For the Days We Doubt God’s Goodness
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For the Days We Doubt God’s Goodness

Written by Beth Joseph, Women’s Ministry Leader Every week, I have the blessing of nannying two children in Lynchburg. One of the children has the sweetest heart of any child I have ever known. He is constantly sacrificing his own desires to make his older sister happy. His selfless attitude and deep awareness of his...

Our Unstoppable God Does Impossible Things
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Our Unstoppable God Does Impossible Things

Written by Dorian Watson, Financial Assistant “I’m just one hundred and one, five months and a day.” “I can’t believe that!” said Alice. “Can’t you?” the Queen said in a pitying tone. “Try again: draw a long breath, and shut your eyes.” Alice laughed. “There’s no use trying,” she said: “One can’t believe impossible things.”...

A Time to Rest
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A Time to Rest

Written by Brandon Read, Gospel Student Ministries Director Time is a precious commodity. But in this day and age, we tend to move quickly from one task to another, making everything feel like a blur. Unfortunately, once time is gone, we can never regain it. It is easy to see why time slips by so...

Serving Your Community
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Serving Your Community

Written by Spenser Foley, Director of Hospitality and Connections My name is Spenser Foley, and I am the new Director of Hospitality and Connections.  I am the tall handsome gentleman that may you have seen walking around on Sunday mornings.  As I have been in this new position, my life has been immersed with “serving”...

Summer at GCCR
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Summer at GCCR

Written by Andrew Moroz, Teaching and Outreach Pastor Summer technically doesn’t officially start until late June; but, at Gospel Community Church Rivermont, at the end of May, we transition from one season to the next season. A couple of key things mark our transition: 1) our kids and college students wrap up school, 2) most...