Sundays at 8:30am & 11:00am

X Close Menu

The Pastor's Blog

Subscribe to the RSS Feed
  • Featured Posts
  • All Posts

Weekly updates and announcements

 

February 16th, 2018 - Preparing for the Lord's Day and Bulletin

Preparing for the Lord's Day To represent one’s country in the Olympics is one of the greatest honors an athlete can achieve. This week, many of us have watched as competitors in skiing, skating and other winter sports have sought to win gold, not just for themselves, but for their country. While only one person wins the cross-country skiing event, the achievement i...

Keep Reading

February 9, 2017 - Preparing for the Lord's Day and Bulletin

Preparing for the Lord's Day Numbers chapter 7 can read a bit like a year-end giving receipt; repetitive details of who gave what to whom. Over the past few weeks we have received an accounting of all the charitable gifts that we have given in 2017 so that we can claim them as deductions. Yet more than a tax deduction, these year-end statements are a good witness of our a...

Keep Reading

February 2, 2018 - Preparing for the Lord's Day and Bulletin

Preparing for the Lord's Day It may be the one passage of Numbers that you have memorized. Many of us have heard it for years at the end of worship services as the pastor gives the benediction. “May the Lord bless you and keep you…”  This week we will turn our attention to Numbers 6:22-27. In this passage we find the Aaronic Blessing, the benedicti...

Keep Reading

January 26, 2018 - Preparing for the Lord's Day and Bulletin

  Who inspires you? Whose life encourages you and/or convicts you as you grow in Christ? We learn in chapter 6 that for the nation of Israel, those individuals were the Nazirites. These were men and women who made a vow to separate themselves to God in special service. Their service was to encourage and convict the people of Israel who they were meant to be as a holy...

Keep Reading

January 19, 2018 - Preparing for the Lord's Day and Bulletin

We have all experienced entropy. Order naturally devolves into disorder. It happens all around us every day. Rooms don’t stay clean. Gardens don’t stay maintained. Laundry never comes out of the dryer folded. When we leave things to themselves they quickly fall into chaos. In Chapters 1-4 of Numbers, the Lord has taken great pains to ensure that the people of I...

Keep Reading

Weather Cancellations - 1/17/2018

RFN and all activities, including bells and choirs have been cancelled for tonight, Wednesday, January 17. Enjoy the snow!...

Keep Reading

January 12, 2018 - Preparing for the Lord's Day and Bulletin

The opening chapters of the book of Numbers can seem like just that, a list of names and numbers. To the casual reader, there does not appear to be much encouragement or direction for our faith in Christ. Nevertheless, as we study these chapters, we will find that they clearly point us to the work of Christ on behalf of God’s people. We will continue our study of Num...

Keep Reading

Genesis Bible Reading

Genesis

The Pentateuch is the first five books of Moses (Genesis-Deuteronomy). This Blog highlights how to study the Pentateuch and provides a verse devotions sheet for studying Genesis-Deuteronomy. Let's Devote to the Scripture together this year! ...

Keep Reading

January 5, 2018 - Preparing for the Lord's Day and Bulletin

This Sunday, we begin our new sermon series, Numbers: The Journey Home. Over the next year, we will join Israel on their long and often winding journey from the base of Mount Sinai to their new home in the promised land of Canaan. This journey is not for the faint of heart. There will be setbacks and disappointments. There will be rebellion and punishment. Yet in the midst...

Keep Reading

Everyday Evangelism and 2018 RFN Announcements

EVERYDAY EVANGELISM will be presented by Matt Bradner (Regional Director of Campus Outreach) in lieu of High School and Adult Sunday School on Sunday morning 1/7 from 9:45-10:40 am in the Sanctuary.  Our goal is to be inspired and equipped with fresh perspective and practices of evangelism as we engage our friends, coworkers and neighbors in t...

Keep Reading