Sermons on Hebrews

Sermons on Hebrews

New Year, Same Message

Our mission here at RHC is to Connect to God, live in community with each other and have compassion for our neighbors. We hope this will be an encouraging message for the new year. Listen along as Will Miller, our Student Pastor, brings the word from Acts, John, and Hebrews, and helps us look to the new year with action steps.

The Good News of God’s Presence

At Christmas we celebrate the coming of God into the world. Jesus was fully God with flesh on. He offered his presence and the world could feel the touch of God. That example helps us offer our presence to others.

Good News For Anxious Times

There is a lot to worry about this Christmas. The original participants in the Christmas story had some fears as well. But God actually comes to us in our fears and calls us forward into faith.

Buy The Field

Obeying God usually feels risky. Doing the hard things in faith is an act of defiant hope. Jeremiah shows us what this hope looks like when he buys a field in the middle of a gloomy situation. From Jeremiah 32.

The Waiting Room

The waiting room is never fun. Waiting on God to fulfill his promises is not enjoyable either. Th exiles had to wait and we are waiting too. It is this in-between period that requires enormous faith to truth God’s promises. Grab those promises and don’t let go! From Jeremiah 30-31.

What Do We Do With The Old Testament?

More than half of your Bible is called the “old” part. What does that even mean? How do we relate to it? If you want to understand all that Jesus is for us, you’re going to need this part of your Bible.

Fight the Current

Without paying attention, we can drift away from our relationship to Jesus.  Sometimes we don’t even notice it.  But God calls us to transformation and greater righteousness.  In the conclusion to the series, Pastor Wes discusses how God works in our lives to make us more like Jesus. 

Fighting Solitary Conceit

The pandemic has made gathering difficult over the last two years. An essential function of what it means to be a church is rooted in the gathering of community. We all need community to feel encouraged, to flourish and to thrive.

Pay Attention

When we get distracted or lose interest, our attention goes elsewhere.  That’s normal in everyday life, but dangerous when it comes to our faith.  This first installment of our Drift series reminds us to pay attention to our relationship with Jesus. 

God Moves Into the Neighborhood

In Exodus, we find that God provides a place where He can meet with His people. The Tabernacle and its furnishings were a process of how that could happen. Because of Jesus, we too have a place where no shame, sin, or guilt should keep us away so that we may draw near to Him.

Feeling Failure. Receiving Grace.

The giving of the Ten Commandments was a holy moment between God and Israel. 3500 years later the 10 Commandments are still a hot topic. In this message we process what the 10 Commandments are and what the impact in the life of a Christian is.
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