As followers of Jesus we’d like say that we have organized spiritual life. We pray, read the Bible, obey its commandments, love our neighbor, preach the gospel, and live for the glory of God. What else is there, right? Yet, if we’re honest, we will admit that even though we truly do love God and love one another, our lives (and our church) can still be petty chaotic. We’re messy people, with messy families, who gather on Sunday’s as a messy church.
Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians teaches us how God takes messy people and calls them to be saints. It shows us how the gospel can touch every area of our lives, no matter how messy we are, and transform us into mighty works of his glorious grace.
March 16-17, 2018
Dr. Paul Tripp will share how God's grace can redeem the messy realities of marriage. His four new teaching sessions will be streamed on Friday evening from 7:00pm-10:00pm and Saturday morning from 9:00am-12:00pm. Cost is $20/couple, which includes materials and refreshments. Register online by March 11th.
Join our Centershot archery program for 3rd–12th graders! This fun program is open to the community and we welcome your participation as we learn to “make Christ the target of our lives!” Learn more.
At Riverview, we love the intimacy, edification, and growth that are born of our small group relationships. Each week, our small groups meet to enjoy fellowship around the Word as we dive deeper into Sunday’s sermon to experience its riches for everyday living. Come and be encouraged!