Church Blog (Page 3)

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A Few First Steps Toward Re-Gathering

As we look forward to the process of re-gathering, I wanted to write out a few steps for us to consider. (We have sent around a couple of videos which have a little more information on a few of these points; you can find them here and here.) A Few Things to Consider While re-gathering is our goal, it’s very important to remember that this is going to be a process. There’s…

Cambodia Update

Dear Redeemer Family, The heart of man plans his way, but the LORD establishes his steps (Proverbs 16:9).  Don’t you love when God’s Word proves itself so plainly true?!  Oh the stories we could all tell!  Let me briefly share one as it relates to our church’s plans for global missions. As you probably know, last September, our church sent a team of fifteen people to…

None Like Him, Supplements for Ch. 10

All Redeemer ladies are invited to join us as we read and discuss Jen Wilkin’s book, None Like Him, during our fellowship group meetings this year. In each of the book’s ten chapters, Jen explains and highlights one of God’s incommunicable attributes, like His Sovereignty and Self-Existence. Jen’s hope and prayer in writing the book is that as we learn more about our…

Parenting Seminar May 2020

Dear Fellow Parents, I love being a dad! It’s one of my favorite things to be. And it’s really difficult being a dad. Not so much because my children are difficult, but because I am. I have issues. I need help. God’s grace is at work in me, but I require a lot of work.   I have found that frequent check-ups, reminders, and restarts are essential in pretty much every area…

Women, Don’t Be Isolated in Your Isolation

Sisters, let’s not allow “social distancing” to prevent us from loving each other, building relationships, and having fun together! Fellowship these days requires a little extra initiative and creativity, but we are sure to reap what we sow. Check out our upcoming women’s event and some creative ways to stay connected to your Redeemer girls: Join us for a Zoom Pajama…

World Relief’s Global Gala

If your evenings are starting to feel a little monotonous, (Groundhog Day, anyone?) we have a wonderful opportunity for you this Thursday night. As part of our desire to “stand with the vulnerable,” Redeemer made a $2500 donation to World Relief this week which would normally include the sponsorship of a ten-person table at their annual Global Gala. This year, like most…

None Like Him, Supplements for Ch. 9

All Redeemer ladies are invited to join us as we read and discuss Jen Wilkin’s book, None Like Him, during our fellowship group meetings this year. In each of the book’s ten chapters, Jen explains and highlights one of God’s incommunicable attributes, like His Sovereignty and Self-Existence. Jen’s hope and prayer in writing the book is that as we learn more about our…

Coronavirus and Christ book by John Piper

Church family, I want to point you to a resource that I think will strengthen your faith and give you fresh hope in God during this time.  In his new book Coronavirus and Christ, John Piper invites readers around the world to stand on the solid Rock, who is Jesus Christ, in whom our souls can be sustained by the sovereign God who ordains, governs, and reigns over all…

Good Music for Good Friday

Today is Good Friday—the day we remember the crucifixion of our Lord. We hope this day finds you with some time to sit at the foot of the cross and reflect on the death of Christ and its significance for you.  We look forward to doing that “together” tonight in our service at 7:00. After our service, we also want to point you to a recording of a Tenebrae service featuring…

Spreading Resurrection Hope

He is risen! He is risen indeed! Though social isolation continues and we will not be gathering physically to celebrate Easter this Sunday, the most important thing about Easter (and every day) remains unchanged: the tomb IS empty. Christ HAS risen from the dead! This will be a unique Sunday, and our celebration will feel different. But in unique times, we also have…