Shouldn’t we be angry at sin our world—racism, violence, oppression, hatred? The Bible’s answer to injustice might surprise you.
Doesn’t the bible say, “Be angry and do not sin.” (Eph. 4:36, ESV)? Sort of, but we can get this verse all wrong.
How in the world are we supposed to live unoffendable? It starts with one simple decision: giving up our “right” to be offended.
NO SERVICE ON DECEMBER 30. So, we're taking a week off from service to give all of our amazing volunteers a break.
God is with us, even when we’re at our lowest point—hurting, alone, worried, tired. This week see how He’s beside us in the valley.
Join us for a time of grieving, remembering, and celebrating those family and friends who are no longer with us.
Join us this Sunday for Pastors’ Greg compelling vision of membership done well, while aligning to RiverLife’s mission, values, and vibe.
Join Pastor Greg as he invites you to serve in a ministry at RiverLife and embrace the indescribable difference you can make in people’s lives.
Join Pastor Greg this Sunday as he explains the vibe we try to create at RiverLife and why it matters to the kingdom of God.
Learn how RiverLife’s six core values drive all our decisions—from how we organize our Sunday services to how we spend our money.
In a world of growing non-denominationalism, discover how vital our denomination has been to the life and success of RiverLife.
Join Pastor Greg as he explains the biblical picture of baptism and addresses some of the common misconceptions about it.
This week, Pastor Greg look at the meaning behind the church’s mission statement—hope and healing for 2nd & 3rd gen Hmong.
Discover the implication of Jesus being the leader of every Christian church in every country for the last 2,000 years, including RiverLife.
Is bigger always better? Is it always the right answer to feed our desire for faster, more powerful, and more wow—whether it’s a cellphone or a T-Rex?
This film takes death very seriously. So, does the Bible. Join Pastor Greg as he discussed the heavy topic of death (and gives away a few spoilers).
P.T. Barnum chased his dream of success, wealth, and reputation. Join Pastor Greg as he explores what Barnum got right and where he went wrong.
Jesus’ return compels us to love God, love our neighbors, and share the gospel with those that don’t know him.