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Sep 23 2021
Law For Our Good Posted By Matt Vorhees, Senior Pastor

“Now we know that the law is good, if one uses it lawfully, understanding this, that the law is not laid down for the just but for the lawless and disobedient, for the ungodly and sinners, for the unholy and profane, for those who strike their fathers

Sep 16 2021
Can We Handle the Truth? Posted By Angelo Frazier, Pastor of Outreach & Care

The loss of a loved one, the reality of the pandemic, masks, and vaccines. The rejection of a friend, betrayal of a coworker, the diagnosis of a terminal illness. Can we handle the truth about our relationships, ministries, or businesses?

Sep 09 2021
Reflecting on 40 Years of Marriage Posted By Steve Downs, Executive Pastor

On September 26, 2021, Terri and I will celebrate 40 years of marriage together.  While the years have gone by fast, we have experienced some very long days. We are both very committed to pouring into the lives of others.  While reflecting on our 40 years

Sep 02 2021
Drinking the Cup of Suffering Posted By Bill Wills, Director of High School

John 6:68-69- “Simon Peter answered him, “Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life, and we have believed, and have come to know, that you are the Holy One of God.”  John 18:11

Aug 06 2021
News from the Elders: August 2021 Posted By RCC Staff

During the week of July 26-30, the RCC campus was filled with hundreds of joyous and excited children participating in Vacation Bible School 2021. This year’s theme was “Destination Dig” and the key verse was Jeremiah 29:13, “You will seek me and find me

Jul 22 2021
Cats Posted By Melissa Brogdon, Director of Women

Cats…you either love them or hate them. I have yet to find a person who has no opinion on our feline companions or nemesis (whichever you prefer) but the scientific name for our furry friend is Felis Catus. Here are some other entertaining truths…

Jul 08 2021
Feeding the 5,000 Posted By Ken Alvis, Pastor of Community Groups & Senior Adults

Jesus’ feeding of the five thousand is the only miracle recorded in all four Gospels.  It is a story that is familiar to most Christians, as Jesus took five loaves and two fish and fed more than five thousand people.

Jul 01 2021
Continue Steadfastly in Prayer Posted By Matt Vorhees, Senior Pastor

“Continue steadfastly in prayer, being watchful in it with thanksgiving.” ‭‭ Colossians‬ ‭4:2 I love how verse two describes what our prayer life should be like. Notice that we never stop praying, rather, we continue in it. There will never be a season o

Jun 10 2021
The Battle Belongs to the Lord Posted By Steve Downs, Executive Pastor

I think we all would agree that we live in a broken world.  All around us we see the ravages of sin and the results of people believing in and pursuing the lies and deceptions of Satan.  Because of sin’s stain in our world, we face battles every day that

Jun 03 2021
Face to Face Posted By Melissa Brogdon, Director of Women

So, several months ago I saw a preview for a documentary called The Real Face of Jesus. This documentary claimed to have a realistic 3D image of what Jesus actually looked like when he walked on earth. It piqued my curiosity because throughout my lifetime