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September 2020

RTCC Reads Mark Together: Chapters 6, 7, and 8

Mark Charters 6, 7, and 8: Read by Kristine Kisman, Paul & Jill Schroeder, and Kathy Nichols



Faith at Home — “Doing more and Talking more…”

We continue our series on spiritually vibrant households by looking at the importance of spiritual disciplines and spiritual conversations. We start by seeing what God says about them (Deut. 6:4-9). Then, we look at some benefits of households who engage in these activities. Finally, we close with practical ways to boost your household’s engagement.




RTCC Reads Mark Together: Chapters 3, 4, and 5

Mark Chapters 3, 4, and 5: Read by Diane Snodgrass, Steve Ecker, and Kristine Kisman



RTCC Reads Mark Together: Chapters 1 and 2

Mark Chapters 1 and 2, read by Jesse Kisman and Sarah Macky.




Faith at Home—“So What’s a Household?”

We kick off our new series by examining just what is a household. We look at what Joshua meant when he said, ‘as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD’ (Josh 24:15).  Lastly, we see just how important households are in God’s grand story.



‘P’summer of Psalms—Psalm 150: Praise God for the Journey

We concluded our summer adventure though the Psalms by examining the book’s final chapter: Psalm 150. In it, we find a call to praise. Urging us to continually praise God, for not only is God the God of the cosmic and massive. But God is also the God over the small moments in each of our lives. That is certainly worthy of our praise!   



August 2020

‘P’summer of Psalms—Psalm 120: Letting God Take Control

This week, we examine the first of the Psalms of Ascent: Psalm 120. We discuss how that, if let on our own, we would just about always make things worse for ourselves. But, if we can continually choose to surrender our sinful nature to God, then we will be well on our way toward our own ascent toward salvation!



‘P’summer of Psalms—Psalm 118: Hope in our Darkest Moments

We continue our ‘P’summer of Psalms series by diving into Psalm 118. This Psalm holds a special place in both Jewish and Christian thought. It is easy to see why! We walk through the psalm pondering what it might have meant for Jesus, as he sang it on the very night be was betrayed.



‘P’summer of Psalms—Psalm 22: Can we be Angry with God?

This week, we continue our ‘p’summer of psalms by looking at Psalm 22. There, we examine the idea of lament. Can we lament against God? Why do we often want to lament to God? We close by showing that Jesus, in his last moments, gave us an example of what lament looks like.



July 2020

‘P’summer of Psalms—Psalm 1: Who Are We Going to Follow?

This week, we kick off our ‘P’summer of Psalms by briefly talking about the book of Psalms as a whole. Then we dive into Psalm 1. There we see just how impactfully it acts as an intro to the entire book. We explore the question the poet asks us: ‘who are we going to take advice from?’





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