River City Church has a new opportunity this year, bringing our worship services back to local television. For a number of years, we have only aired our services online, but Easter Sunday will feature our services on FOX 16 WPBI. If you have any issues streaming us on Facebook or church online, turn on your television and catch our celebration … Read More
Passover and Easter overlap. That’s because the story of Passover is a kind of foreshadowing of the death and resurrection of Jesus. At the center of Passover and of Easter is the blood of the lamb. A literal lamb in Passover’s story and the Lamb of God in the story of Easter. This message encourages and gives practical teaching about … Read More
River City Church‘s leadership team met this morning to update plans in light of COVID-19 concerns in our community. Due to the Governor’s announcement and that of the Tippecanoe County Health Department, we are shifting our Sunday ministries to online formats. Rather than be together at our Lafayette or West Lafayette campuses, we will all join together for worship Sunday … Read More
River City Community Center announces a new partnership with a counselor, Reggie Alderman, PhD. Reggie is a Board-Certified Pastoral Counselor with over 30 years of experience. He is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and a professional member of The American Mental Health Counselors Association. He completed his Master of Divinity with an emphasis in counseling and … Read More
The Bible has actually a lot of content that addresses people who experience deep depression, fear, worry and other issues related to mental health. Check out this week’s message that addresses these problems exactly. Sunday, November 24, I’ll wrap up the series in a message that will explore how to live with someone who is experiencing mental health challenges.
Depression. Anxiety. Post traumatic stress disorder. Suicidal tendencies. Stress. Addiction. Eating disorder. Alcoholism. Risky behavior. Bipolar disorder. Borderline personality disorder. Schizoaffective disorder. And that’s just a start. Numerous studies suggest that as many as 1 in 4 Americans deal with some form of mental illness. Some 40 million people in America take a psychiatric medication every day. If it’s so … Read More