“Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of Grace” Those who are saved by the grace that is in Jesus Christ, once we know that we can enter into the presence of God at any time, we must first put aside our human emotions. This sounds so contrary to the ideas of thisRead more about How to Increase Faith part 5[…]
Jesus is ________. This is the most detrimental ad campaign for Christianity ever. People that don’t know or understand Christianity will insert whatever sort of word they want into the blank space. Jesus is a tree, Jesus is running, Jesus is dieting, Jesus is hanging out, Jesus is football, Jesus is rock,Read more about Jesus Doesn’t Need an Ad Campaign[…]
The internal conversation that every part time Christian has with themselves when Christmas and Easter rolls around each year, is this, “I should probably go to church, ugh, but the last time there were people just asking for money and telling me I’m a horrible person and do I really want to go? IfRead more about Is There a Good Christian Church Near Me?[…]
This last Friday I had the honor of being a substitute worship leader for Angie West at Celebration Recovery at New Life. I’ve subbed and assisted her several times in the past and I truly enjoy it every time I’ve been invited to participate in any capacity on their team. In preparing for the themeRead more about True Gratitude[…]
Mark 12:28 And one of the scribes came, and having heard them reasoning together, and perceiving that he had answered them well, asked him, Which is the first commandment of all? 29 And Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord: 30 AndRead more about Love Trumps All[…]
A Recipe for Lemonade Or How to Survive Post Traumatic Church Syndrome I love a good glass of lemonade. The sourness of the lemon married with the syrupy sweetness of a ton of sugar and a sprig of fresh mint or lavender or a bit of strawberries for an extra layer of interest. Fill upRead more about A Recipe for Lemonade[…]
I gave my life to Christ as a young child. My family attended a small church of less than 100 people, most of the families were retired couples, but they were excited to have my family a part of their church. There was a regular worship service where we would sing songs from anRead more about Hearing God in a Real Way[…]
How to Fail Beautifully (Part 3 of Failure) Once you accept that failure is part of our existence, perfection (in the sense that one is trying to be without sin or not to sin any further by your own strength), is no longer a goal. Being mature, obtaining maturity in spiritual matters is theRead more about Failing Beautifully[…]
Lady A presents Sunday Evening Gospel! A fantastic evening full of Gospel, hope, cheer, love and excellent music!
RTC is a movement to open our lives to the ART of worship. This movement was born in the Pacific Northwest, but our prayer is that it continues to grow and reach far beyond its first home.