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Riverside Community Church St. Charles

Riverside Community Church: St. Charles, IL

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Riverside Community Church: St. Charles, IL

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Misunderstanding the Messiah

If you’ve grown up in the church or been a Christian for a while, it can be really easy to assume you fully know who Jesus is. But in John 7, we see Jesus’ own brothers, the Jews, and even the prominent religious leaders all misunderstanding who the Messiah is and what He came to do. Even Christians can misunderstand Jesus and need to be reminded of the truth of the gospel.

--5 d ago
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Misunderstanding the Messiah

Humble Together

We live in a very divided world and a very divided country. How can we overcome our divisions and display unity as the church when people are more divided than ever? Paul tells us that humility is needed for the church to display the unity the world needs right now. Jesus both showed us what true humility looks like and empowers us to humble ourselves and follow Him.

--1 w ago
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Humble Together

Sins of Dissatisfaction

--2 w ago
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Sins of Dissatisfaction

Self Control

The world may seem out of control, but in the book of Proverbs God calls us to be people characterized by self-control - in our mind, our mouth, and our body. But this isn’t something we do on our own. Self-control is a fruit of the Spirit, and we need to be constantly connected to God and understand how His grace teaches us (and enables us) to lives marked by self-control.

--3 w ago
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Self Control

Faith in the Face of Unrelenting Uncertainty

We live in a time of great uncertainty where people need faith more than ever before. But how do we find that faith? This message from two missionaries shows how we need to look to God through prayer, expect Him to show up, and give Him the glory when He answers prayer. We need to remember that our citizenship is in heaven and look to certainty from Christ alone.

--NOV 2
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Faith in the Face of Unrelenting Uncertainty

Greatness of the Church

What makes the church so great? As we look at the beginning of the church in the book of Acts, we see four things that are central to the greatness of the church. Those things are a clear sense of purpose, a recognition of the power of the Holy Spirit, maximum participation by those in the church, and a people who are committed to praying without ceasing.

--OCT 26
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Greatness of the Church

Wisdom Is Calling

There are a lot of different voices calling out for our attention each day - how do we know how to discern which voice(s) to trust in which voice(s) to ignore? In Proverbs 8-9, we see how wisdom points to Jesus and lookslike following and trusting in Him. Knowing Jesus is a powerful way to learn to recognize the voice(s) of wisdom in our lives through Scripture, prayer, and counsel.

--OCT 19
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Wisdom Is Calling

Words of Life

Following Jesus is not always easy (as some people like to suggest). In the end of John chapter 7, we see a few reasons why following Jesus can be hard. But we also see why we should follow Jesus and why following Jesus is always worth it (even when it is hard). There is no other place that we can find words of life other than in the person of Jesus Christ - that is why we follow.

--OCT 12
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Words of Life

The Devastation of Adultery

The Bible is full of warnings to stay away from things that will only bring death or destruction rather than life. In Proverbs 6:23-7:27, Solomon warns of the devastation that adultery brings. God says that sex within the proper boundaries (marriage) is “very good” but God warns us of the devastation of adultery because He wants us to know real love and avoid the pain sin brings.

--OCT 5
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The Devastation of Adultery

Embracing Suffering

Though we may not always see it, many people have a pain that will not go away in their lives. The Christian life is not one without suffering, but Christ gives us a unique perspective on pain. In Christ, we can truly embrace our suffering because we know that Jesus identifies with us in our suffering and pain. Jesus is a wounded healer that can transform our sufferings for His glory.

--SEP 28
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Embracing Suffering

Latest Episodes

Misunderstanding the Messiah

If you’ve grown up in the church or been a Christian for a while, it can be really easy to assume you fully know who Jesus is. But in John 7, we see Jesus’ own brothers, the Jews, and even the prominent religious leaders all misunderstanding who the Messiah is and what He came to do. Even Christians can misunderstand Jesus and need to be reminded of the truth of the gospel.

--5 d ago
Comments
Misunderstanding the Messiah

Humble Together

We live in a very divided world and a very divided country. How can we overcome our divisions and display unity as the church when people are more divided than ever? Paul tells us that humility is needed for the church to display the unity the world needs right now. Jesus both showed us what true humility looks like and empowers us to humble ourselves and follow Him.

--1 w ago
Comments
Humble Together

Sins of Dissatisfaction

--2 w ago
Comments
Sins of Dissatisfaction

Self Control

The world may seem out of control, but in the book of Proverbs God calls us to be people characterized by self-control - in our mind, our mouth, and our body. But this isn’t something we do on our own. Self-control is a fruit of the Spirit, and we need to be constantly connected to God and understand how His grace teaches us (and enables us) to lives marked by self-control.

--3 w ago
Comments
Self Control

Faith in the Face of Unrelenting Uncertainty

We live in a time of great uncertainty where people need faith more than ever before. But how do we find that faith? This message from two missionaries shows how we need to look to God through prayer, expect Him to show up, and give Him the glory when He answers prayer. We need to remember that our citizenship is in heaven and look to certainty from Christ alone.

--NOV 2
Comments
Faith in the Face of Unrelenting Uncertainty

Greatness of the Church

What makes the church so great? As we look at the beginning of the church in the book of Acts, we see four things that are central to the greatness of the church. Those things are a clear sense of purpose, a recognition of the power of the Holy Spirit, maximum participation by those in the church, and a people who are committed to praying without ceasing.

--OCT 26
Comments
Greatness of the Church

Wisdom Is Calling

There are a lot of different voices calling out for our attention each day - how do we know how to discern which voice(s) to trust in which voice(s) to ignore? In Proverbs 8-9, we see how wisdom points to Jesus and lookslike following and trusting in Him. Knowing Jesus is a powerful way to learn to recognize the voice(s) of wisdom in our lives through Scripture, prayer, and counsel.

--OCT 19
Comments
Wisdom Is Calling

Words of Life

Following Jesus is not always easy (as some people like to suggest). In the end of John chapter 7, we see a few reasons why following Jesus can be hard. But we also see why we should follow Jesus and why following Jesus is always worth it (even when it is hard). There is no other place that we can find words of life other than in the person of Jesus Christ - that is why we follow.

--OCT 12
Comments
Words of Life

The Devastation of Adultery

The Bible is full of warnings to stay away from things that will only bring death or destruction rather than life. In Proverbs 6:23-7:27, Solomon warns of the devastation that adultery brings. God says that sex within the proper boundaries (marriage) is “very good” but God warns us of the devastation of adultery because He wants us to know real love and avoid the pain sin brings.

--OCT 5
Comments
The Devastation of Adultery

Embracing Suffering

Though we may not always see it, many people have a pain that will not go away in their lives. The Christian life is not one without suffering, but Christ gives us a unique perspective on pain. In Christ, we can truly embrace our suffering because we know that Jesus identifies with us in our suffering and pain. Jesus is a wounded healer that can transform our sufferings for His glory.

--SEP 28
Comments
Embracing Suffering
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