Dave Clauson continues the series through Exodus by addressing the challenging subject of honoring God by honoring our parents.
Matt spoke to us on the importance of Sabbath and how to make time for it. He posed two questions to ask yourself: 1) What gave me life today? and 2) When did God feel far away today?
Jim spoke from Exodus 20 where God gives the Isrealites the Ten Commandments. Specifcally, the focus of today’s message is on having “no other gods”.
We heard from Rock Hill attenders about what thoughts and lessons they had from our series Camping on Rock Hill. Also, people shared about how the community of Rock Hill has been important to them and the different parts or aspects of our community that have been impactful to them.
Jim spoke from Exodus 19:9-19 about Israel’s encounter with God at Mount Sinai and compares it to how we can experience God today through Jesus.
Jim continued the Camping Out on Rock Hill series by reviewing the core principles of Rock Hill, in particular discussing the centrality of Christ.
As part of our “Camping Out on Rock Hill” series, Georges spoke about another central theme of Rock Hill and the Christian life from Colossians 3:1-17 - what it means to grow in Christ-likeness.
Georges continues the “Camping Out on Rock Hill” series by looking at Acts 2:41-42 as an example of what Rock Hill community should look like.
We’re starting a new series examining what Rock Hill is all about. Jim lays the foundation by looking at the life of Jacob from Genesis.
Jim spoke from Exodus 19 about how God established Israel as a Kingdom of Priests. Listen to learn how that looks for us now who have placed our trust in Jesus.
Caleb spoke from Exodus 18, reflecting on what God had done for the Israelite and what that means for believers today, as well as learning from the wisdom of Jethro towards his son-in-law, Moses.
Jim continued the Journey to Freedom series while speaking from the Focused Lives Retreat.
Matt gives insights into what it looks like to learn obedience to God’s provision now so as to inherit God’s promises later.
God is the center of the story and He is present in all times and places. Jim gives the challenge to live well and be in the place God has you.
Jim spoke about how under the leadership and lordship of God, we can find true freedom.
Various members shared what they have been learning from the Journey to Freedom sermon series.
Jim speaks on the formation and shaping of Moses and the Israelites.