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Welcome the Veals to RFN!

Special welcome to North Carolina & RFN to our new Youth Pastor, Jeremey Veal! Jeremey, his wife Ashley, Kaydence (4yr), Grayson (1yr) are ready and excited to join us this Sunday, July 13th! Teens and parents: make plans to meet this wonderful family on Sunday night at 6:30 at the icecream social!

Proclaim

“…choose this day whom you will serve, whether  the gods your fathers served in the region beyond the River, or the gods of the Amorites in whose land you dwell. But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”  Joshua 24:15 I’m “recovering” from a weekend.  A weekend full of NC sun, NC food, […]

Should Christians Drink Alcohol?

From time to time, our pastoral staff will answer a question posed by the congregation, about the Bible, theology, the Church, etc.  Here Pastor Riley answers the question, “Should Christians drink alcohol?” Got a question you’ve been dying to ask? Anything about the Bible, how it applies to real life, the Church, our beliefs, or […]

Voices

“But be holy in all you do, just as God, the One who called you is holy.” 1 Peter 1:15 I really have something against all the lying voices that make the most noise in our world.  I know you’ve heard them.  They tell you to swap your integrity for a new sale, or to […]

Make Disciples

“Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth.”  2 Timothy 2:15 The Nazarene Church worldwide has a goal to “make Christ-like disciples in the nations.”  Currently, around the world we number about 2.5 million members. […]

You Asked For It

Tell us your burning question. Anything about the Bible, how it applies to real life, the Church, our beliefs, or why we do what we do is fair game! From time to time, Pastor Riley will pick a popular question and answer it during our Sunday services.

Come

“Come follow Me”.  Mt. 4:19 God is an inviting God.  He invited Mary to birth His Son, the disciples to fish for men, the adulteress woman to start over, and Thomas to touch His wounds.  God is the King who prepares the palace, sets the table and invites His subjects to come in. In fact, […]

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