Posts with the category “feat-youth”
Youth Fuel Online
by Kevin Freeman on April 5th, 2020
Youth Fuel Online!Tonight at 7pmJoin Zoom Meetinghttps://zoom.us/j/979033234 We'll play a game of Shell Shockers online after the Fuel meeting. The link is custom and will be shared on Zoom, FB, and here at the end of the Fuel time....
Holy Week and Easter Invite
by Christy Horton on April 4th, 2020
You're Invited! Join us online this Holy Week and Easter
Youth Groups, Apr. 5
by Kevin Freeman on April 1st, 2020
As Jesus began his earthly ministry, he came to John the Baptist so that he could be baptized. John was hesitant. How could he agree to a baptism of repentance from his perfect Savior? But Jesus insisted that this would be the fulfillment of righteousness. He was baptized just as he asks us to be baptized into him. Jesus identified with us fully.The Father and the Spirit gave the added authen...
New Time! Online Church Sunday, March 29, 2020
by Christy Horton on March 28th, 2020
New Time for Online Church this Sunday!
Youth Groups, Mar. 29
by Kevin Freeman on March 25th, 2020
Even at an early age, Jesus made clear that he would "be about the Father's business." He didn't really see a choice in the matter. Neither should we. This Sunday we'll explore this solitary story of Jesus the boy and discover how Jesus's actions relate to ours. Most importantly, we'll ask just how much of a priority we place on our relationship with God. A very special twelve-year-old demons...
Quarantine Challenge Bingo
by Kevin Freeman on March 23rd, 2020
Hey Folks! This Bingo sheet gives a fun thing to do while we are all stuck at home. Winner gets $10 Amazon gift card! This runs through midday Saturday, March 28. Email me when you have all of the things! You can also post them to our youth facebook group, group me app, or instagram. Use #rymbingo for social media....
by Kevin Freeman on March 22nd, 2020
Type your new text here. We are using Zoom for this meeting:Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/4845265897 pm March 22...
Youth Groups, Mar. 22
by Kevin Freeman on March 18th, 2020
This Sunday we will cover the dedication of Jesus as a baby in the temple. God allowed two senior citizens the privilege of holding their Messiah and proclaiming the hope he would bring to the world. This must have been a powerful experience for Joseph and Mary - a reminder that the Father's hand was at work in the life of the Son, their Son.Do we welcome Jesus with the same enthusiasm and joy...
How to Access the Virtual Sanctuary
by Matt Jenkins on March 15th, 2020
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Redland Baptist Online Church
by Matt Jenkins on March 14th, 2020
You should have already gotten an email on Friday that the church campus will be closed for the next two weeks. As a result, following is the information promised detailing how you can participate in services tomorrow. We will be Hosting Online Church Service at 10:00 AM!How to access:Visit www.redlandbaptist.orgClick the button that says, "Click here to stay connected during the COVID-19 pandem...
Parent Conversation Cheat Sheet
by Kevin Freeman on March 12th, 2020
Whew! This has been the week of escalation, hasn't it? I shared earlier that it was difficult to plan more than two hours in advance. Any time a situation escalates so quickly, children and youth are likely to feel anxiety. Parents, we want to make it easy for you to talk with your kids about this ever-changing Coronavirus situation. Below you'll find a cheat sheet for youth and for children....
Parent-Youth Night, Mar. 15
by Kevin Freeman on March 10th, 2020
Dear Parents,You are invited to join us this Sunday, March 15 in the barn, from 5:00-7:00pm! This will be a special Youth & Parents night. Look for some laid back fun and games, plus great conversation with your teen or pre-teen. Dinner will also be provided.To help us, please RSVP by completing the form below.Note: Students whose parents cannot make it are still welcome to attend. It will be ...
Youth Groups, Mar. 15
by Kevin Freeman on March 10th, 2020
This Sunday in our youth groups we will cover the birth of Jesus.What strikes me is the thought that the fulfilled promise of sending the Messiah reminds me to trust God's plan. The people involved in the coming of Christ had no idea how this was all going to play out. We have the benefit of looking back, and seeing "all is calm, all is bright," but a great deal of uncertainty was involved. Tha...
by Christy Horton on February 26th, 2020
Lent is the forty day season when Christians across the world prepare for Easter by observing a period of fasting, repentance, moderation, and prayer. Many traditions use Lent to focus on self-sacrifice by the giving up something during these forty days (certain food, activities, etc.). Newer traditions have focused on self-sacrifice not in “giving up” but in “doing for” others in a sacrificial wa...
Youth Groups, Jan. 26
by Kevin Freeman on January 23rd, 2020
Through his prophets, God promised the coming Messiah. This is an especially powerful message for a people who had totally blown it. Think about it. They had proven for 500 years that God's loving laws were not enough to keep them close to him. They needed something more. The Messiah would redeem them, judge the world, and give them something to celebrate. Godless enemies had overrun the la...
Youth Groups, Jan. 19
by Kevin Freeman on January 16th, 2020
Type your new text here. This Sunday we will discuss the rebuilding of the Jewish temple after the exiles returned. Zerubabel's (cool name, right?) leadership of the people to rebuild reminded them that God still wanted to dwell with his people.He wants to dwell with us, too. How much time have you spent with God in the last week? He calls us to be with him. When we answer that call, the longi...
Youth Summer Camp
by Kevin Freeman on January 16th, 2020
The youth ministry will be headed to camp at Skycroft this summer! Recharge (now called "Crossings") Camp will be held June 28-July 3. Cost is $300. Scholarships are available. A parent/youth meeting will be held Feb. 23 in the barn at 9:45am to share details and collect deposits. Registrations after Feb. 23 will be on a first come first serve basis. Contact Kevin Freeman with any questions....
by Christy Horton on January 10th, 2020
RBC will host a Football Sunday community event in the ROC on Sunday, February 2!We start at 5:30pm for the pre-game “tailgate” party with door prizes, a special video testimony, and food! Bring your favorite football dish and a 2 liter of soda to share. And a tailgate chair or blanket, if desired. Then we'll watch the big game -- shown on multiple screens (kickoff at 6:30pm)! This is a kid-frien...
Overcomer Movie Event
by Christy Horton on January 9th, 2020
You are invited to come out to a family-friendly movie night on Friday, January 24 at 7pm in the Sanctuary to view the movie, “Overcomer” [rated PG] from the Kendrick brothers. A high-school basketball coach volunteers to coach a troubled teen in long-distance running. Inspired by the words and prayers of a new-found friend, John becomes the least likely coach helping the least likely runner attem...
Youth Groups, Jan. 12
by Kevin Freeman on January 9th, 2020
This Sunday we will discuss the return of the exiles - God keeps his word! The early chapters of Ezra share about this return and the praise God's people gave to him - even when they were still a bit fearful of attack for open worship.My prayer is that your discussion at home will help you and your family celebrate God's freedom and help reveal areas where you might still live as though you are i...
Youth Groups, Jan. 5
by Kevin Freeman on December 30th, 2019
God is in the business of restoration. However, that restoration is reserved for the humble. The prideful, however, are resisted by God. This Sunday we'll look at a fascinating book: Obadiah. It's super short, but it's packed with some powerful truth. The nation of Edom (Esau's descendants) stood by when Israel was conquered, and they even celebrated the nation's downfall. God pronounces jud...
Youth Groups, Dec. 22
by Kevin Freeman on December 19th, 2019
Does the Christmas story still fill you with awe?God actually looked at our sinful, human plight and decided to do something about it. He came as one of us to do what none of us could do. Lately we've been covering the time of the exile, seeing that God didn't forget about his people even after they had been carried off because of their own rebellion. All of us have known the exile caused by si...
Christmas Eve Service
by Christy Horton on December 10th, 2019
Bring the whole family and join us at 6pm for our Christmas Eve candlelight and communion service. All are welcome!...
Youth Christmas Party, Dec. 8
by Kevin Freeman on December 5th, 2019
Our annual youth Christmas party is almost here! Youth are invited to join us in the barn from 5:00-7:30 pm. We will provide a main dish and drinks. There will be fun games and a gift exchange!Youth are asked to bring...Side item (guys) or dessert (girls) to shareWrapped gift, $5 or less, for our gift exchange ("white elephant" gifts are fine)Note the added half hour in our time for a 7:30 pm p...
Youth groups, 12/8
by Kevin Freeman on December 3rd, 2019
On December 8, our youth groups will be reminded of God's authority sustaining his people. Part of this lesson covers Nebuchadnezzar. You know, the guy who thought he was so great, God let him live like a beast for years until he humbled himself. I don't know of anyone else who has had that sort of consequence, but I've encountered many who have a pride problem...sometime's it's that person in ...
Youth Christian Basketball Association League
by Christy Horton on December 1st, 2019
CBA is a Christian league where youth (Grades 9-12) can play competitive basketball and have a better connection with the church.Register on our Recreation page! Cost is $100 per player, scholarships are available.For more information, contact Interim Rec Director, Rich Carter....
A Night of Carols!
by Christy Horton on December 1st, 2019
Come enjoy the music of the season as our Worship and Music Ministry presents A Night of Carols! A Tasting Party follows, featuring Christmas treats prepared by the RBC Family.Childcare is available for those three years-old and younger during the presentation. RBC Family, please support the Tasting Party reception by bringing service for 12 on a ready-to-serve tray (if possible) of:Dessert (last ...
Fuel Parent Invasion
by Kevin Freeman on October 24th, 2019
Parents, join us for Fuel on Sunday, Nov. 3, from 5-7pm! On November 3, parents are invited to join in the fun at Fuel as we play games and have discussions that will build relationships among family members and allow you to have fun together! Parents and youth will also enjoy discussion and strengthen healthy bonds.Parents, please RSVP so we can plan enough food....
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