Beautiful Feet

Apr 18

by Sandy Parker

“…so that the next generation might set their hope in God…” – Psalm 78 Our goal in the Children’s Ministry here at Riverpark is to come alongside the family in their efforts... Read More

The Crucifixion (Mark 15:25-32)

Mar 26

by Pastor George

Those at the cross who hated Jesus were not short on their expressions of hatred. Those passing by were hurling abuse, wagging their heads and mocking Him.  Jesus, You said... Read More

Missions – A Sign of a Healthy Church

Mar 12

by Pastor George

The health of a church in one part is measured by its interest and involvement in missions. Any church focused on its own life and happiness, and only that, will... Read More

Isolated Christians

Feb 26

by Pastor George

It is a joy to study the Word to understand and remember why we exist and how we’re to function. Our recent study on Ephesians 4:11-16 brought these truths before... Read More

Worship: Expression or Completion of Joy?

Feb 19

by Cameron Thaxton

What if I told you that God does not need your praises? That He does not need your adoration, He does not need your prayers, and He most certainly does... Read More

A Joyful Noise

Feb 19

by Vitaliy Kuchkovskiy

Psalm 98:1-6 (ESV) 1 Oh sing to the Lord a new song, for he has done marvelous things! His right hand and his holy arm have worked salvation for him. 2 The Lord has made known his salvation; he has revealed... Read More

The Joy in Retreating

Feb 19

by Pastor Joey

At first glance, the very title of this article seems contrary to the typical understanding of Christian manhood in our culture. As I am writing this, my mind is telling me that... Read More

The Joy of Sports

Feb 19

by Pastor Gary

I have always enjoyed both watching and playing sports. My dad played a number of sports his entire life, and would always be available to teach me a few things... Read More

The Joy of Joy (Carlson)

Feb 19

by Cameron Thaxton

For those of you who do not know who I am referring to when I say the name Joy Carlson, it is my sincere pleasure to introduce her to you... Read More

What Joy!

Feb 19

by Terri Gibson

Historical fiction is one of my favorite literary genres. I am fascinated by the way an author takes the missing details of everyday living and weaves them around historical characters... Read More

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