Do you feel stuck?

Most of us do. Here at MRC we believe that it’s okay to not be okay and it’s okay to do something about it.

MRC Dillsburg

The Warehouse

The Warehouse

32 Big Dam Rd, Dillsburg, PA 17019

MRC Gettysburg

Gettysburg location

James Gettys Elementary School

898 Biglerville Rd, Gettysburg, PA 17325

sticks and stones series

Sermon Series

Peter Scazzero writes, “Why are relationship so hard?  A number of years ago, a friend who had quit attending church asked me privately, “Why is it that so many Christians make such lousy human beings?”  In other words, why are so many of us judgmental, defensive, and touchy?  I believe part of that reasons stems from the fact that we so readily compartmentalize loving God from loving others.  This was something the religious leaders in Jesus’ day did as well.  They were diligent and zealous to love God, but they were not equally diligent and zealous to love people.  This put them on a collision course with Jesus.”

Our next teaching series is called ‘Sticks & Stones’ focuses on the spiritual and practical steps to deeply transform your relationships.

From Our Blog

Being You In Every Environment

So we have been working our way through this Emotionally Healthy Relationships series, which has been such an important thing for us discuss as we build into and start our church here in Gettysburg.  There are couple things that I believe all Christians really need to wrap their minds around when it comes to relationships.  The first thing is that you actually were designed to be with people by God.  I know, I know for some of us (and I would . . . Read More »

Engaging Relationship Conflict

Experiencing God radically transforming our hearts with the result being, loving others well, that’s the point of a relationship with God. Our relationship with Christ, when it’s real, always softens our hearts towards others. Here is why. When we see our need of God, we can connect with the needs of others. We don’t conclude we are better than others. We no longer have to compete with others. We don’t have to treat others like objects who are . . . Read More »