What a great weekend we have had together. I hope you all have a very Happy Thanksgiving week.
As we move into this week, here are a few things to share with you:
5. CHRISTMAS AT THE MOVIES. All throughout Jesus’ earthly ministry He would constantly use stories and illustrations to relate deeper spiritual principles. The great Mary Poppins said, “A spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down.” That’s what Christmas at the Movies is all about. At RLC we’re always looking for relevant and innovative ways to share the story of Christ. Over the next three weeks we’ll be doing it with some great Christmas classics.
Yesterday was the first part of our series and we kicked it off with the movie POLAR EXPRESS.
Despite the slight technical difficulties it was still a joy to share the timeless truth of faith in a new, unique way. The main point of this creative media was to say that faith isn’t static. It moves and grows with us as we grow. There are times when we experience the joy of victory and other times when we learn patience through waiting or perseverance through defeat. However, through all this the one thing that remains is our hope and trust in our Great God. He always comes through.
NEXT WEEK —>>> ELF.
Check out the promo video below.
2. RLC | CONNECT. Don’t forget the number one way to stay up to date with all things are RLC is still RLC | CONNECT. That’s the weekly eNewsletter which releases on Friday mornings around 7:00am.
3. HOLIDAY WORSHIP EXPERIENCE TIME. Don’t forget continuing next week and throughout the month of December there will be ONE WORSHIP EXPERIENCE at 10:00am. We’re excited to have everyone in one worship experience to celebrate the holidays together. For a good seat be sure to arrive early.
Thanks so everyone for making part one of Christmas at the Movies such a great success. It was so much fun also watching everyone take part in the holiday photo booth in the RLC CONNECT AREA as well. Don’t forget to post some of your favorite pics on the RLC FACEBOOK PAGE HERE.
Blessings to all and to all a good night… or… day. See you Sunday.