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To register for these meetings, please visit http://rchurchonline.com/dan-molher-registration/

There will be Children’s ministry for ages 0-12, except for the Saturday session at 10am. Children are welcomed to sit with their parents and participate in the service.

Don’t miss these transforming teachings on discovering our created value and identity through Christ Jesus!
In 1995 Dan had a transforming encounter with God while at work. Since that time he has gone on to serve as an associate pastor for 8.5 years and now is traveling as an itinerant minister, sharing the transforming power of the gospel in a way that leaves others changed forever.

His passionate quest for intimacy with God, has given Dan a powerful revelation on who we truly are in Christ and what our mission is here on earth as believers. His inspirational messages on redemption penetrate the hearts of believers and motivate them to live righteous, compassionate lives. His passion is to see the love of God reverse the effects of sin and sickness in the world and train others to reproduce the works of Jesus in their every day lives.

Dan's absolute confidence in Christ's redemptive power and his ability to walk in humility allow him to minister God's love in a way that crosses all denominational boundaries. He preaches and lives the pure gospel, and as scripture promises, healings, signs and wonders follow.
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"The church has to get away from the error that it's all about us.
All of the titles that God gave us - shepherd, child of God, king, priest, etc. - need to be filtered through the title "servant".
Our perspective on why we get the blessing needs to change. We are here to serve (see Philippians 2:7-8).
Jesus did not demand His rights. He redefined everything. He used His privilege to serve." -Pastor T.L. Sadler
Listen to the entire sermon here http://rchurchonline.com/sermons/
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"God's Word should move us. The Word breaks off the anchors of darkness.
Don't let situations dictate where you think your relationship with God is. Shake it off and move forward. Have the right perspective. God will give you the very tools you need to take care of the problems that come your way.
God promises His goodness. He promises His mercy and His eternal life.
He has a plan for your life, He will never leave you - why would you fear the future?" -Pastor T.L. Sadler
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Yes Ryouth and parents- we will be having our get together at Ps Tim and Rina's this Sat- 10am-noon! (let us know if you need directions) We will have food and fun - don't miss it! See you there!
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See Psalm 23
"As our shepherd, God protects us. He is with us in battle. His rod and staff are for our protection. He blesses us in the battle and prepares a table for us in the presence of our enemies. He refreshes us in battle. There are times He calms the storm and there are times He calms the child.
Our cup runs over because we have the presence of God wherever we go." -Pastor T.L. Sadler
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Hey Parents as this school year is almost over, here is some good perspective heading into summer!
Also, please remind us of this in July!
https://www.facebook.com/motherlymedia/videos/2152926098319443/
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"The Bible depicts the church as family, fellowship, and flock.
Jesus is the word made flesh - we should mirror His life. Emotional decisions will break us and if we have emotional outbursts our situations own us. Stick with what God has called you to do. If you run from something, it will follow you. Stand on the Word and get victory over it!
God provides - the Lord is our shepherd and He will take care of ALL of our needs.
You may not be where you want to be, but you aren't where you were. God is going to keep taking you to greater levels.
God restores - many people move on from a situation, but they aren't restored.
He leads in the path of righteousness. Shepherds lead sheep, they don't drive them like cattle. As sheep, we hear the voice of the Shepherd and no other voice will we follow. Be confident that when God speaks you will know His voice and follow it." - Pastor T.L. Sadler
Listen to the entire sermon here http://rchurchonline.com/sermons/
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"Jesus experienced natural things. One reason He became human was so we would have a high priest that has gone through everything that we go through.
Jesus was tempted in the same ways we are, He just never gave in to it and sinned.
Jesus understood relationships (see Mark 6:3). He had relationships and knew how to deal with people. (see Mark 3: 31-35)
Jesus understood work - He had a full time job before He went into ministry. He worked hard and had experience with labor.
Jesus understood pain. He knew a lot of pain and a lot of sorrow. He looked on the positive and looked to the Father. Focus on the blessing of God and on the One who brings joy in the morning."
-Pastor T.L. Sadler
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"You are God's house, which suggests that you are the gate of Heaven on earth. From the onset, no physical structure was able to fulfill the heavy mandate attached to this concept - God's house. Tabernacles and temples were inferior glimpses of a superior reality that was to come through Christ. The curtain was torn down the middle, demonstrating God's desire to break out......and break in. He broke out of a structure that was altogether unsatisfactory for containing His presence and, on Pentecost, broke in to the only structure that would truly be fit to become His Spirit's dwelling place - the frame of redeemed humankind." - Bill Johnson
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(See Hebrews 13:8) "The Bible tells us Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and forever.
Jesus is the builder and He has a blueprint for your life. He knew you before He formed the universe. (See Jeremiah 29:11)
God is the God of the past.
God is the God of today.
God is the God of forever.
The promises of God for today effect your future. " - Pastor T.L. Sadler
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