The gospel can be confusing. What exactly should be included in the presentation of it? What does God require of us to receive forgiveness of our sins? How do we receive the gift of eternal life?
Our new series, Clear as Mud, will answer these questions and more. No message is more important than the gospel—so, let’s clear it up.
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TODAY, October 7th—If you’d like to meet the small group leaders and staff members that invest time with your children each weekend, you’re invited to the Ridge Students Open House this Sunday! Join the Ridge Students team in the gym between the 9am and 11am services for a fun meet and greet!
TODAY, October 7th—If you’re a college-age single adult, and you’re looking for ways to connect with others in a similar stage of life, you’re welcome to Sunday Lunch! This Sunday, CRC Campus will gather in The Ridge gym for a fun event with food and friends! Lunch will be served at 12:15pm, following the 11am service. Let’s gather for a great time together!
http://www.theridge.church/next Sunday, October 14th—Whether you're new to The Ridge or you've been coming here for a while, Next is the place for you to hear a brief overview of the church, and find out how to get more connect and involved. Stop by the conference room next Sunday following each service to learn more about taking your next step!
http://theridge.church/collegefallretreat TODAY, October 7th, is the last day to register! Visit our website to reserve your space at the CRC Campus Fall Retreat. It's your chance to get away and focus on God, friendships, and making memories!
By His words, “No one comes to the Father except through Me,” Jesus stressed that salvation, contrary to what many people think, is not obtainable through many ways. Only one Way exists. Jesus is the only access to the Father because He is the only One from the Father. – E.A. Blum
It is God’s one true path; it exists. This simply means that, rather than complaining about exclusivity, one should be profoundly grateful to God for providing a way out of the sinful condition that besets every human being. – Jewish New Testament Commentary
Ready to take a next step in your personal or group study time? Follow the link below for printable discussion questions about today's message. You'll also find links to this Sunday's audio, video and weekend program.