What Is Baptism and Why Do We Do It?

We’ve just celebrated Easter, but how do we respond to God’s saving work through the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ? When we read the story of the early Christians, they got baptized… so what is baptism and why do we do it?

Worship Gathering Director Jake Epley teaches from Acts 2 on the biblical practice of baptism and publicly declaring faith in Jesus.

Fear & Anxiety

Many people globally are living with fear due to the coronavirus, while many Americans are living with anxiety over the upcoming Presidential election. And this doesn’t include the hard things happening in many people’s lives personally that are causing stress, worry, and more.

Thankfully, God’s Word speaks into our fear and anxiety, helping to bring peace. Listen in as one of Riverwood’s elders, Ed Pavelec, takes us to several passages in Scripture to bring encouragement during our troubled times.

Ephesians 6:1-4 (Father’s Day 2020)

These are complicated times. We live in a difficult, confusing, and often frustrating age, and more now than ever does the world desperately need households led by godly dads.
Guest teacher and Minneapolis church planter Patrick Ray shares a Father’s Day message from Ephesians 6:1-4, as well as insight on #BlackLivesMatter, police reform, community well-being, and how we as Jesus-followers ought to respond in light of what the Bible teaches.
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