Beyond. A word we don’t often associate with the study of Scripture or the life of a believer. Yet the Bible attests to over 117 uses of the word. While many are geographical or directional uses, the word is also attributed to both God and man in describing the condition of having reached, or exceeded, a particular limit.
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.
A two-part series on the meaning of marriage and practical ways we can strength our own.
Our annual worship service with student-led music, videos featuring the ROCC Youth summer trips, and personal testimonies.
A study of the Apostle Paul's pastoral letters to Timothy.
Many people struggle to understand parts of the Old Testament. So is it really relevant for us?
The values and marks that define us.
Easter sermons that celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Palm Sunday sermons celebrate the triumphant entry of Jesus and mark the beginning of Passion Week.
Following Jesus in his mission.
Today's busy culture actually makes us lazy in our devotion to God.