“Reform”

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Introducing this series called “Reform”, Pastor Arnold talks about the need for our personal spiritual reformation. Moving away from a religious relationship with God to a true Lordship over our lives.

Reversing the Fall of the Family

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Using instruction from Moses, this message re-asserts Riverside’s high value for helping families become strong. Here are 3 things every family can do to keep from falling.

The Wall

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Walls that separate nations are evidence of a spirit of division at work in the world today. How do you deal with the same spirit at work dividing homes and relationships in our lives?

The Case of the Clean Sock Drawer

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Motherhood and the Keeping ministry of the Lord.

The Influence of Fatherhood

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Though I grew up without a dad, God gave me 4 men who changed my life.

Setting aside Sentimentality

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Motherhood is a divinely ordained part of God’s design for revealing Himself to creation. So instead of warm fuzzies and syrupy sentiment- let’s dig deeper and ask, What is it about motherhood that looks like God?

The Place You Want to Be

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4 Things that bring God’s blessing upon my home.

“Get Outta’ Town”: The Power of Letting Go

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When the 12 left to do what He had called them to do, when they were finally out of the way- Jesus could go in to where they lived, and do a work in the lives of the people they knew best and loved most. Sermon Notes: Get Outta Town

The Generation to Come

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To Asaph, the generation to come was extremely important. There was a God-given preoccupation in his spirit- Do they know the Lord as I do? Have they experienced Him as I have?