This year, as a church family, we are intentionally pursuing "closing the gap" on faith and love in our lives. We believe a life of faith is a matter of direction not perfection. A part of this faithful direction is to continually partner with God and one another to seek to close the gap between where we are now and where we can be and want to be.
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Terry Williams - March 19, 2023
1 Peter 1:10-13
From Series: "New Testament Letters"
We are working our way through the New Testament letters and allowing them to shape our beliefs, values, and behaviors.
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We ought always to thank God for you, brothers, and rightly so, because your faith is growing more and more, and the love every one of you has for each other is increasing.
2 Thessalonians 1:3
The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love.
A year of growing relationships…
with God and one another
In 2018 daily devotions will be sent to you electronically (email or text) as we move through the seasons together. These are designed to help you reflect more deeply on what we are studying together week-by-week and season-by-season.
Daily Devotionals will begin on January 8, 2018
To subscribe to daily devotionals via text, text the word @rccdevo to 81010 or (765) 637-0684
Small groups will have study guides to use during their regular meetings together. The study guides are also designed to help us go deeper into the weekly and seasonal studies.
A Year of Seasons
We will approach the year in seven seasons…winter, Easter, spring, summer, fall, Thanksgiving, and Advent.
Each season will have a distinctive emphasis built around the overall theme of “Closing the Gap on Faith and Love.”
A Year of Praying Together
Throughout the year there will be seasonal opportunities for family prayer. Watch for announcements regarding the other prayer times that will be coupled with
fun church-wide events.
Painting by Jamin Still