It’s not what you can do but what’s already been done for you. Stop trying to earn God’s forgiveness and receive it.
Often the pressure and stress of day-to-day living starts to wear on us, which causes stress and anxiety. In this devotional Pastor Scott reminds us where we can find that peace and restoration.
There is a big difference between seeking rest and isolation. Brenda Leavenworth shares with us the differences between the two and the danger of isolating yourself.
With the completion date of our church quickly approaching, we thought we’d share an update on the construction of the future home of Reliance Church! God has been faithfully providing every step of the way and we have faith that he will continue to do so! If you would like to give to support the ongoing construction project, click here.
YOU CAN HELP
This Easter, we’re anticipating our 9:45am service to be completely full! We are so thankful that God is growing our church and that lives are being changed by God’s Word through Reliance, but we need your help making room for these new visitors this Easter!
Salvation Comes from the Lord. Watch Pastor Ricardo’s devotional from the book of Hebrews that explains this truth.
Starting tomorrow, March 1st, we’re beginning a 31-day prayer challenge to pray for our Easter services. We invite you to take part in this transformative challenge which will strengthen your prayer life and walk with the Lord! Below, you’ll find the full list of topics to pray for, an 8.5×11 Poster you can download and print at home to put on your fridge or mirror as a reminder, as well as instructions on how to opt-in to push notifications on the Reliance Church app where we will be sending daily reminders with the topic to pray for right to your iOS, Android, and Windows devices!
There are home videos of me singing, “Jesus loves me this I know…” as early as two and three years old. I have vague and sweet memories of listening to Psalty The Singing Song Book (Praise & Worship music for kids) putting me to sleep during naptime as a very young child. To put it simply, I’ve been a Christian for as long as I can remember. Well, I should say that I grew up in a Christian home and was always taught the love of Jesus from an early age. In fact, I can still remember holding my mother’s hands as she led me in the prayer where I accepted Jesus into my heart—I was around five or six then. Even at that young age, my faith was a huge and important part of my life. I can say with all sincerity, my faith has never wavered, in that I’ve never questioned whether or not God was real or whether He loved me. I have always thought of Him like the wind. Although I can’t physically see Him standing in front of me, like a cool breeze, I can feel Him moving in my life.
With 2017 in our rearview mirror, we thought we’d share an update on the construction of the future home of Reliance Church! God has been faithfully providing every step of the way and we have faith that he will continue to do so! If you would like to give to support the ongoing construction project, click here.