Sermons

Below you will find links to RIC sermons dating back to 2004. You can search by month or by book of the Bible. Read an excerpt of each sermon and then click on the link to read the whole sermon. May the word of God edify you richly.


Living As Worthy Citizens of Our Heavenly Homeland
June 11th, 2017

Philippians 1:27-30 According to Open Doors, each month, 322 Christians are killed because of their faith in Jesus. 214 churches and Christian properties are destroyed. 772 forms of violence are committed against Christians (such as beatings, abductions, rapes, arrests and forced marriages). What is Christian Persecution? Again, let me read from the Open Doors website. […]

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We Will Be Delivered
May 28th, 2017

Philippians 1:18-20 It is easy to go to church when it doesn’t cost you anything. My parents took us to church every Sunday when I was a child. We lived in a culture that made going to church a helpful thing. Going to church was part of being a good citizen. It helped with business […]

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It’s All About Jesus
May 21st, 2017

Philippians 1:15-18 When I was young I thought that people a few thousand years ago were not very intelligent and that in the Middle Ages, which used to be called the Dark Ages, they were called that because people were not very bright. I thought that each generation became more intelligent until we arrived at […]

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Love, Discern, and Be Filled
May 7th, 2017

Philippians 1:9-11 A couple weeks before Easter, some of us made a wonderful trip to the desert of Merzouga. It was a wonderful Lenten retreat and I hope some of you will be able to make this trip with us next year. As we made our way we looked out the window to see the […]

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Philippians: a love letter
April 23rd, 2017

Philippians 1:1-2 Philippi was a leading city in the district of Macedonia, in modern day Greece. In 42 BC there were two major battles between Cassius and Brutus (who had assassinated Caesar) and Octavian (who later became the emperor Augustus) and Mark Anthony. After Octavian and Mark Anthony won the battles, they honored Philippi by […]

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