Christ Is Supreme Over Salvation

A message from Colossians 1:21-23 by Youth Director Chris Sanford. Though people are naturally evil, Christ came to restore us and save us. Once he does this, we must remain faithful to him. Colossians 1:21-23 And you, who once were […]

The Gospel Part 1

People are eager for all sorts of things, from good food to Christmas presents. But few are truly eager for the gospel of Jesus Christ. The purpose of this message is to raise our awareness of what God has done […]

Active Shooter Training for Churches

Presented by Officer Ken McGinnis of the Hoover Police Department. Officer McGinnis walks through a number of important principles and guidelines to keep in mind in the event an active shooter enters a church.

The Sacred Obligation of Every Christian

Soldiers feel a strong sense of obligation to carry out their duties. They are willing to lay their lives on the line in order to fulfill their calling. Christians also have a sacred task. Paul states “I am under obligation,” […]

Christ Is Supreme Over the Church

RMLBC Youth Director, Chris Sanford, preaches from Colossians 1:18-20 on Christ as the head of the church and the reconciler of all things. Colossians 1:18-20 And he is the head of the body, the church. He is the beginning, the […]

Four Ways to Imitate Paul

The apostle Paul is known as a theologian and preacher, but he also set a profound example in relation to how the Christian life should be lived. In one of his most pastoral passages, Paul provides four key ways Christians […]

A Reputation of Faithfulness

The church in Rome had a faith that was “proclaimed in all the world” (Rom. 1:8). How did they build that kind of reputation? Is it possible for churches today to build the same kind of reputation? Find out in […]

What Is a Christian? Part 2

Christians are called to be saints, experience God’s grace, and live as people of peace. In a day when there is much confusion about what it means to be a Christian, Paul gives us clear answers in this powerful passage. […]