Meet our Church Planters

Hey Redeemer Church, Because of your generosity, we get the privilege of being apart of Acts 29 and impacting the Kingdom through powerful church plants. Take a look at this update from Acts 29 and get a glimpse into some of the leaders and families involved in these church plants so that we can be […]

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Messy Church

By Chris Gillespie   If we are honest, there has probably been a time when most Christians have said something like, “I wish the modern Church was more like the Church I read about in the New Testament.” I’ve been guilty of this sentiment in the past. After reading passages like Acts 2:41-47; 4:32-37, if […]

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Missional In Every Season

Article by Mandy Moler I was introduced to the idea of missional living a few years ago. I was immediately intrigued and felt it resonate deeply with my spirit. Over the years, God has developed a passion in me to live life in a close knit community of believers who all are committed to love […]

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The Shape of Our Mission

What is the mission of the church? And what role am I to play in it? What is your life to be about? What is that thing you will consider every time you make a decision and seek to stay the course? I would like to explore the options of what actually is the goal of […]

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Redeemer Kids Discipleship Tools: November

Dear Parents, In November, we will continue our journey through the book of Genesis. We hope you find this guide helpful for discipleship at home. Below is provided a song from worship, our monthly memory verse, and page references from our corresponding daily devotional, Long Story Short by Marty Machowski. My Hope Is In The […]

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The Blessing of Communion

God has blessed Redeemer Church in countless ways. I could share story after story on how this gathering of believers has experienced God’s grace. However, there is one area in particular that God has blessed us most. This blessing is celebrating communion on a weekly basis with our Savior. We are Invited to Break Bread […]

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