We live in a busy culture and often fall into the trap of living a hurried lifestyle. This "hurried sickness" can be detrimental to our spiritual and emotional health.
The Bible is one book—one amazing work of literature —historical, theological, and anthropological. It is the one story of redemption. In part one, we begin in the beginning. The books of the Law and History help lay the foundation for the story. We will notice the continuous narrative of God’s people as the story advances each week. In doing so, we will begin to see the many Old Testament shadows of the One who is the substance in God’s grand plan of redemption—Jesus—the Christ, Messiah, and Savior, the One who is central to the entirety of this one story.
In 2019/2020 we are exploring the Christian seasons (Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, and Pentecost) under the title House of Shadows. Our focus is on discovering Jesus in the Old Testament. In reference to the Old Testament Law, the Apostle Paul wrote to the church at Colossae: "These are a shadow of the things to come, but the substance belongs to Christ." We begin this journey with the Season of Advent and the “Shadows of One to Come” sermon series.
The Parables of Jesus
An annual Sunday when ROCC Youth students share highlight videos and testimonies from their summer mission trips.
A study of the Epistle of James
An examination of the life and time of the prophets Elijah and Elisha.
Special emphasis on our local ministry partners and how people can get involved serving their neighbors.
The Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ
Allowing God to Change Us
Discovering God's Will for Your Life
Sometimes serving is those in need is the next step to a journey toward a full and abundant life.