This sermon was preached by Pastor Duane as part of the ongoing sermon series "Trusting God's Faithfulness." As Joshua is preparing to divide the land to give to the Israelites, we see Moses has already divided the inheritance of the tribes of the east side of the Jordan. We discover in this scenerio the Levites did not recieve any of the land. Their inheritance was God Himself. We are of the tribe of Levi and God is our inheritance. Listen to see why we are of the tribe of Levi and how we can receive our inheritance.
This sermon is part of the ongoing sermon series from the book of Joshua entitled "Trusting God's Faithfulness." God is not finished with us in our spiritual growth or the work is has for us to do here on this earth. Listen to this sermon to see what the Bible says about this.
This sermon was preached by Pastor Duane as part of the sermon series "Trusting God's Faithfulness" from the book of Joshua. There are things important for us to remember. This sermon shares some of those.
The sermon from Pastor Duane from the sermon series from the book of Joshua "Trusting God's Faithfulness" was preached at RBC. Do you ever feel as everything is against you? Maybe you feel overwhelmed. We must understand we must trust God when we feel outnumbered, under equipped, and inferior and remember you plus God is a majoirty.
As the new year begins, Pastor Duane picks back up in Joshua where he left off before Christmas with this sermon about the importance of follow through. Are you following through in your relationships and commitments?
This sermon was preached on the last Sunday of 2017 as part of a Deacon Ordination Service challenging especially the men of the church the type of men they should be.
The RBC Choir presented the Christmas Cantata "Celebrate the Season" on the third Sunday of Advent. Phyllis McCormick, Cindy Parker, Kaitlyn Collie, and Ashley Johnson were the featured soloist. The Cantata was led by Dan Wolfe, accompanied by Leslie Blair, and narrated by Ronnie Emerson.
The sermon was preached on the second Sunday of Advent on the theme of love. There is a correlation between love and hate. What do you love? Do you the things of this world? Or do you love God more? Just as a husband hates the things that will harm his wife whom he loves, God hates those things that will harm us. So we should not love the things God hates.