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May 18, 2014
Moses
Series: general
MosesIn this message from ROC’s Children’s Ministry Director, Kelly Crawford, we discover that Moses’ life in the palace and his life in the desert were both required to make him the leader God need him to be.  God has a plan for our lives and will accomplish it on His schedule.
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  • May 18, 2014Moses
    May 18, 2014
    Moses
    Series: general
    MosesIn this message from ROC’s Children’s Ministry Director, Kelly Crawford, we discover that Moses’ life in the palace and his life in the desert were both required to make him the leader God need him to be.  God has a plan for our lives and will accomplish it on His schedule.
  • May 4, 2014He Knew
    May 4, 2014
    He Knew
    He KnewJesus changed Simon's name to Peter as soon as He met him, which was long before Peter denied Him.  Jesus knew who Peter would become and the purpose God had for his life.  God knew Peter’s weaknesses and failures, but His focus was on what Peter would be and not who he was. Subscribe!
  • Apr 27, 2014The Law Vs. Love
    Apr 27, 2014
    The Law Vs. Love
    Series: general
    ROC-Picture-Only.gifThe body of Christ has bought into four great myths in the last decade.  The result of which is destroying the church’s effectiveness in the world today.  The greatest of these is that you cannot have love for others and uphold God’s standard at the same time.  In this message we will look at why the law and love are not contradictions, but companions.  For the law was born of love!
  • Apr 20, 2014Against All Odds
    Apr 20, 2014
    Against All Odds
    Series: general
      Abstract Ink Splash Shining Cross We've often heard the expression “a million to one”; a common anecdote to express the impossibility of a situation or outcome.  In the eyes of the world, the chances Jesus would raise from the dead were a million to one, but on the third day He beat the odds and changed the world forever.
  • Apr 13, 2014The Difference A Week Makes
    Apr 13, 2014
    The Difference A Week Makes
    Series: general
    ROC-Picture-Only.gifAt the beginning of the week, as we read in Matthew 21, the masses were celebrating Jesus as their conquering hero.  By the end of the week He was declared a criminal.  The people wanted a king who would deliver them from the tyranny of the Roman government.  What they got was a savior who died for their sin so they could be reconciled with God.  They wanted a king for the moment not the King of eternity.
  • Apr 6, 2014Scrapped
    Apr 6, 2014
    Scrapped
    Series: general
    ROC-Podcast-Logo.gifJunkyards are interesting places.  They have automobiles of different eras, makes, and models.  It is clear from a single glance the junkyard is not a respecter of persons.  Any vehicle can wind up there at any time given the right circumstances.  In our lives a single bad decision or even a circumstance beyond our control can cause us to relegate ourselves to a life in the junkyard; a life without purpose, empty, and forgotten.  There is hope in God’s word! It promises in Psalm 138:8 that God will perfect His purpose in us because of His mercy regardless of past choices or circumstances.  We simply must confess our sin to Him and our dependence upon Him.
  • Mar 30, 2014Worship Defined
    Mar 30, 2014
    Worship Defined
    Series: Youth Sunday
    In this message ROC’s Family Ministries Director, Kelly Crawford, defines the purpose and reality of worship in the life of a Christian.
  • Mar 30, 2014What Is Worship?
    Mar 30, 2014
    What Is Worship?
    Series: Youth Sunday
    In this message from Revive Outreach Church's youth Sunday, student leader, Bill Crawford examines the worship of King David as an example for believers today.  
  • Mar 16, 2014Beyond The Building
    Mar 16, 2014
    Beyond The Building
    Series: general
    ROC-Podcast-Logo.gifAs the body of Christ, we have a responsibility to think beyond the four walls of a church building and to reflect Christ to the world around us.
  • Mar 2, 2014Confession Brings Freedom
    Mar 2, 2014
    Confession Brings Freedom
    Series: general
    ROC-Podcast-Logo.gifDavid penned Psalm 32 after he was confronted by Nathan the prophet and he confessed his transgressions before God as recorded in Psalm 51.  David used this Psalm to teach his readers about the effects of unconfessed sin in the life of God’s children and the necessity of repentance.  David’s message is simple; we cannot accomplish the purpose God has for us if we are crippled by sin.