MRC’s Hopes, Dreams, & Prayers For Our Spiritual Family

Well, we made it!  We are through the Holidays, and here we stand on the first Sunday of a brand-new year!  For some of us, we may be bummed that the holidays are behind us, for others we may feel some relief that we made it through all that comes with the holidays, and for others, we may still be trying to recover from all that those holidays throw at us!  Well, regardless of how you feel or . . . Read More »

Are You Experiencing The Overwhelming Victory That is Yours Through Jesus?

It’s Easter Sunday, which is a day of celebration.  It’s often a busy day of family get-togethers, Easter baskets, and Easter Egg Hunts.  For many, it’s a day to dress a little nicer to go to church, and for some, it’s a tradition to go to church on bigger holidays like Christmas and Easter.  So, for many inside their churches, it’s an exciting day with visitors and more attendance and energy around the church services.  And all this . . . Read More »

Being A Christian Is Really Hard If You Don’t Understand God’s Love & Believe It Is True For You

We have been in a big conversation this year that has all been built around one very specific and popular question.  That question is, what’s the point of church?  This has been a lot of fun and has given us an opportunity to explore just how important, and often misunderstood, church and church life can be.  We have been able to talk about the truth behind what church should be, and what it should not be, and we . . . Read More »

The Tensions Between The Church and The World Has Reached The Tipping Point

Here in 2023, we have started an important conversation, all centering around a very popular question in today’s world.  What is the point of church?  This is an important question, and we have been learning just how essential the church is, how we should view it, how God views it, and just how critical the church is to our Spiritual development, and to the community around us who don’t have the same eternal destiny of those inside the . . . Read More »