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Take-It-Home Questions: What is the “word" in this passage (see verse 18)? How would a “quick to listen, slow to speak, slow to anger” lifestyle change how you live this week? The life of faith involves continuing to receive the word with humility. What are ways that you can daily and weekly receive the word with hum... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at James 1:13-18.  Here are some questions for discussion: James 1:13 gives a direction. In verses 14-18, James teaches about temptation and about God’s goodness. How do these teachings support the direction in verse 13? How does this passage help you think rightly about Jesus&rsqu... Keep Reading

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RCC WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY / THE BOOK OF JAMES / FALL 2017 On your own: Pray, asking the Holy Spirit to draw your attention to what He wants to accomplish in you – whether to repent of sin, rejoice in a promise, meditate on an insight, or praise God for His attributes. Read the portion of James each day until we meet for Fello... Keep Reading

Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at James 1:9-12.  Here are some questions for discussion: How does the gospel level the playing field for us all? How does this passage challenge you in the way you think about your life, trials, and pursuits? Is the promised crown of life a sufficient motivation for you to keep walkin... Keep Reading

What do I still lack?

September 13, 2017 | by: Josh Anderson | 0 Comments

We have just kicked off a new year of ministry to our children and youth.  Perhaps it's a good time for all of us to be reminded of why we're doing what we're doing when it comes to the young people God has entrusted to us.  I've been struck recently by a sobering example of one of our greatest dangers.   You know the story o... Keep Reading

Take-It-Home Questions: This Sunday, we continued our sermon series in the book of James, paying attention to James 1:5-8. How is James 1:5-8 related to the previous paragraph? What is the direction of James 1:5? And what does James say to motivate us to follow that direction? Where in your life do you need wisdom, and how can you as... Keep Reading

Two Habits to Continue for Community

September 2, 2017 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

Last Sunday, on "kickoff Sunday," we encouraged two steps for the sake of community: Come early on Sunday morning Hospitality ("don't spend Sunday alone") Neither of these ideas are gennius. Neither idea is all that costly. But we live in a culture that is obsessed with individualism, and starving for real relationships. The church (... Keep Reading

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Don't Spend Sunday Alone

August 22, 2017 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

We're calling this Sunday our "Kickoff Sunday" for the fall -- launching a new year of Redeemer Kids classes, praying for school teachers, and beginning a new fall sermon series (from the book of James). We'll be serving coffee and donuts at 9:30 (service beginning at 10), so come early and enjoy a few minutes with old and new friends.&nbs... Keep Reading

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  Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Jonah 4.  Here are some questions for discussion: What are some of the "layers" of Jonah's anger in chapter 4? What is he angry about and what effects does that have? What is the difference between Jonah's heart and God's heart in this passage? How does the book of Jonah poi... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Jonah 3.  Here are some questions for discussion: 1. In Jonah 3, what are some of the ways that the surprising grace of God is demonstrated? 2. What are some ways that the grace of God has come to you “a second time”?3. How does the king demonstrate repentance in this passag... Keep Reading

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