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As we step into the new year together, our desire and our prayer is that God would form in us a true, Great Commission Church. We want to be found faithful to the commission of Christ to go and make disciples of Jesus Christ of every nation. Our verse for the year not only calls us to action, but gives us a spirit to walk in as we go.…
 
Looking at some of the major events in the life of Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew, this Advent Sermon Series leads us to better understand the nature of the searching human heart, and the answer that's found in the person and work of Jesus Christ.By Rivercrest Presbyterian Church | Adam Williams
 
In our message from Ephesians 5:8-21, we look at the commission of those who are in Christ to walk as those who are in Christ. We're called to intentionally pursue a counter-cultural life as children of the Living God, here in the darkness, walking as children of light, together.By Rivercrest Presbyterian Church | Adam Williams
 
Continuing the journey in Ephesians, we take a look at the calling on God's people to be imitators of God, as beloved children. And walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us, a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God.By Rivercrest Presbyterian Church | Corey Noon
 
Continuing in the Letter of Paul to the Ephesians, God calls on us as His redeemed, new creation sons and daughters to live counter to the culture around us in tangible and visible ways, challenging the Church to truly be an alternative society in the midst of the world.By Rivercrest Presbyterian Church | Adam Williams
 
Living the new life in Jesus Christ necessarily requires a change from the old self to the new self, the new creation identity in Christ. The Apostle Paul uses this illustration of putting off and putting on to communicate the real and tangible change that happens by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone.…
 
In this passage, we're given a glimpse of the Spiritual Unity of the Church, the Spiritual Diversity of the Church, and how those two things work together for the Spiritual Maturity of the Church, as we all grow in Christ, together.By Rivercrest Presbyterian Church | Adam Williams
 
We are blessed to welcome Sammy Rhodes, RUF Campus Minister at The University of South Carolina, to share the Word of the Lord with us from Matthew 11:28-30. For more information about RUF (Reformed University Fellowship), or to support a local campus minister, like Sammy, please visit www.ruf.org.By Rivercrest Presbyterian Church | Sammy Rhodes
 
Jesus came and broke down the dividing wall of hostility between us and God, and between us and ourselves. And now He has given us all access to God, and He has given us all a new identity, and He has given us all a new mission.By Rivercrest Presbyterian Church | Adam Williams
 
"But now in Christ Jesus you who once were far off have been brought near by the blood of Christ." This is what God has done for us in Jesus. He has brought us near. He didn't just show us the way. He came and brought us home. So, we can trust Him with today.By Rivercrest Presbyterian Church | Adam Williams
 
In this well-known passage from Ephesians 2, we see how the sin situation in our lives is much worse than we think, how the problem of sin is not so much one that is out there, but one that is in here. And this makes the grace of God in Christ all the more astounding.By Rivercrest Presbyterian Church | Adam Williams
 
In this message, we close out chapter 1 of Ephesians, focusing on Paul's prayer for the saints in Ephesus, a prayer for Christian hope, for them to understand their position as God's chosen inheritance, and for them to know the resurrection power that is at work in them by the Holy Spirit.By Rivercrest Presbyterian Church | Adam Williams
 
One of the things that's made really clear in the early verses of the Letter of Paul to the Ephesians is that Christ's glory is God's priority. It's that the Father's plan from before the foundation of the world was "to unite all things in him, things in heaven and things on earth."By Rivercrest Presbyterian Church | Adam Williams
 
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