Have you ever noticed it seems like some guys have all the luck? Everything they touch just turns to gold. We also see throughout the Bible a handful of people who “found favor” with God and others. Where is this “favor” and how do we find it? Join us as we explore the mystery of God’s favor. What is favor? Who gets it? How do I find it? Come and find out!
Bold prayers honor God, and God honors bold prayers. God isn’t offended by your biggest dreams or boldest prayers. He is offended by anything less. If your prayers aren’t impossible for you, they are insulting to God. Why? Because they don’t require divine intervention.
Join us on Sunday mornings at 10am @ River City Church as we find out what it means to pray audacious prayers! We’re believing that as we step out in audacious prayer during this season, that God is going to show up big time!
The Book of Romans has been called the single most influential piece of literature in all of human history, and rightly so. It is this letter to the Christians in Rome that lit the fire in Martin Luther’s heart and brought about the Protestant Reformation that changed the history of the world. The Book of Romans had a great impact on John Wesley, who ultimately led the Great Awakening that saved England from the fate of France and arrested the decay of English life, completely altering the history of the world once again. Ultimately, billions of people around the world have been impacted by this mighty letter penned by the Apostle Paul nearly 2000 yrs ago.
Although this letter touches on nearly every Christian teaching to some extent, Paul’s battle cry throughout is found in Romans 1:17 “The just shall live by faith.” Another translation says it this way, “It is through faith that a righteous person has life.”
What does it mean to be “just”? How do we become “righteous”? Is faith really enough?
Do you have God’s approval?
Find out this Sunday @11am as we begin an in-depth study through the Book of Romans. See you then at our new location!
We had a very intimate gathering today. We changed our service time so that people could make it to church and still watch the Superbowl, but we still only had about 50% of our usual attendance.
That didn’t stop God from showing up! Worship was awesome today. Very simple acoustic set. Probably why it was so sweet!
It was great to have Eric and Jamie up there leading again. You’ll be seeing more of them in the weeks to come.
We continued our series “Wild Goose Chase”. I wanted to share what Jesus’ disciples experienced on the day of Pentecost in Acts 2.
I decided to show a video from a session at the Lifelinks leadership conference last October. Priscilla Reid did a great teaching on the power of the Holy Spirit, and she is also a very good storyteller. Her rendering of the day of Pentecost almost makes you feel like you were there!
I’m believing that the Holy Spirit is going to do a transforming work in the people of RCC over the next couple of months.