Riverlawn Blog

Follow Jesus. Be Changed By Jesus. Commit To The Mission Of Jesus.
  • Growing up, one of my favorite movies to watch was Batman Forever. Albeit a little cheesy, the epic battle between good and evil was gripping for young boy who pined after adventure. One of the most interesting characters in that movie is

  • By Eli Bayless Was not Abraham our father justified by works when he offered up his son Isaac on the altar? You see that faith was active along with his works, and faith was completed by his works; and the Scripture was fulfilled that says,

  • By Josh Gores The idea of living it out means putting the bat to the ball, making contact, and applying it to your life. To live it out is not about being a spectator but putting into action the things that you have heard and learn. That’s

  • 19 Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger; 20 for the anger of man does not produce the righteousness of God. – James 1:19-20 ESV We live in a time that is deeply divided. We are

  • Basic Training is more than a church-wide study that Riverlawn went through in fall 2019, it is a rhythm of discipleship and dependence upon God. It’s more than a booklet and a few videos, it is an opportunity to equip the saints and see a

  • A few years ago, Riverlawn commissioned discipleship pastor Travis Roberts to start a church in Wichita. He was sent out with the vision of reaching people far from Christ with the full support of Riverlawn and many other donors that believe in

  • By Devin Donnell Have you ever wondered “God, how do you want me to live my life?” If you have, then Exodus 20 is for you. In this chapter, God gives perhaps the most explicit description of how He wants us to live in the entire Bible. Before

  • By Josh Gores Have you ever been in a canoe out in the middle of a lake? If it’s a still day, the canoe sits placidly, at the beck and call of your paddle. With relative ease you are able to drive and direct the watercraft where you want it to

2018 Riverlawn Christian Church