Creating Rhythms of Remembrance
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Creating Rhythms of Remembrance

By Abby Barr, Director of Operations I’ve found that the older I get the more forgetful I become. Just as my life has become more complicated and packed than ever, my mind has also become sleep-deprived and sieve-like. To combat my chronic amnesia, I go to great lengths to keep myself on track. I have...

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Joining in God’s Work: Karen’s Story
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Joining in God’s Work: Karen’s Story

This story was shared by Karen Nichols at the College Hill Interest Meeting on Sunday, June 30; we’ve included it here because we appreciate her heart of service and wanted to share her story with everyone! I‘m Karen Nichols, and I have worked at this [Rivermont location] as a Ministry Assistant for almost 30 years....

Creating Relationships
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Creating Relationships

Written by Tyler Cash, Outreach Minister Relationships are funny sometimes. When I think about the circumstances that led Sasha (my wife) and I together, I can’t help but laugh. Never in a million years would any sane person have looked at the two of us when we first met and said, “Those two will be...

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...