Five Year celebration

Don’t Miss The River Five Year Anniversary Celebration

On Sunday afternoon, October 22, The River is hosting a picnic. We’ll provide the food. You provide the company! There is no charge.

We’re celebrating five years of the Lord extending His grace and truth through the ministry of The River.

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Paul on Spiritual Gifts

It’s encouraging– we have questions about things like “spiritual gifts,” but then so did the earliest followers of Jesus. We’re in good company! This two-evening intensive will be focused on 1 Corinthians 12–14, reading and exploring how Paul addressed some of the questions the Corinthian Christians had about spirtual gifts. We might not be able […]

Galatians: Spirit not Rules

When the Gospel came to the Galatians, it was amazing and great good news. Acceptance before God and life with Him was made theirs by grace, through what God had done in Christ Jesus. But then other teachers snuck in with a message about rules. That message? To grow in holiness and life with God, […]

Into This Life: Romans 8

Into This Life is a one-evening Bible “intensive” where we will explore Paul’s understanding of how we can live into the new life that is ours because of Jesus and what He has done. A few well-loved verses “live” in Romans 8, but our appreciation for those verses doesn’t necessarily mean we really understand all that […]

Seven Churches, Seven Letters

You’ve got mail! Early in the life of the church, Jesus addressed seven particular churches. He provided seven letters, given through the apostle John. But although those letters addressed problem facing congregations in the first century, they also have something to say to us. This two evening “intensive” will explore these seven letters found in […]

What If Prayer Really Was Conversation?

What would it be like to talk with God and not just talk at Him, say words to Him? Could prayer really be more like conversation with Someone? This two evening online class will focus on examples from both the Old and New Testament that picture prayer as two-way communication. We will explore a Biblical framework for […]