Sermon Archive

A Soldier’s Story

Palm Sunday, April 5, 2020 (Sunday Morning)

Bible Verses: Philippians 2:5-1; Matthew 27:45-52, 54 | Rev. Dr. David Breckenridge

 

TFC-Adults: The Grace of Les Misérables

March 4-April 1, 2020 (Wednesday Nights) | Roy Terry, Andrew Terry, Jane Terry, Bill Thurston, Anna Miller

“The Grace of ‘Les Mis’” is a study in which we will be challenged during lent in several significant areas of our spiritual walk. Over five Wednesday nights, we will journey through a series written by Matt Rawle and facilitated by Roy and Jane Terry, their son Andrew Terry, and Bill Thurston. Each session will focus on the theme of grace as conveyed by each of the principle characters from Les Misérables. Thinking about both the grace of God and the grace, given and received, between persons (us!) may expand our vision of the grace-filled life that we should experience in following Christ.

Week 1 audio is not available.

 

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Due to copyright, we cannot post the accompanying DVD segment with video session on our website. If you did not receive the email from the church with a link to the full video with the DVD segment, please email info@rrcb.org to receive the link. That video is only available until April 8, 2020.

 

 

The Same Story

December 29, 2019 (Sunday Morning)

Bible Verses: Isaiah 61:10-62:3; John 1:1-18 | Rev. Matt Straw

We welcomed Rev. Matthew Straw to the pulpit. Matt and his wife Leslie, also an ordained minister, have been members of River Road Church since 2009. They are parents to Laura Jane and John, and together Matt and Leslie teach the middle school boys’ Sunday school class.

 

TFC-Adults: Understanding Needs: Helping Those Who Hurt Navigate the Holidays with Rev. Dr. David Breckenridge

December 4, 2019 (Wednesday Night) | Rev. Dr. David Breckenridge

In this session, we will explore how people are likely to be feeling loss most keenly during the holidays; ways that such individuals can survive the season; and, most importantly, how we might walk with such individuals during the holidays as instruments of God’s peace and care.