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RC Students- What Is The Church?

What Is The Church? Teaching students the importance of church is vital. In fact, people use the term “church” to mean a couple of different things.  Jared Dees says, “We use the word “church” in so many different ways, but it is so important that our young people know that the real meaning of the Church refers to the People of God not just a place we go or a thing we do on Sundays.” Some of us have a…

RC Students – Where Is God During Crises?

Where is God during crises? Many wonder where God is during a crises. Some even ask, “Where is He at?” “Does He know what’s going on?” and “Where is God during a pandemic?” People all over the globe can relate to these types of questions. In fact, just about everyone faces a crises of some type during their life. Chip Ingram writes, “Crises are a part of life. Some are global – tsunamis, earthquakes, or terrorism. Others are local –…

RC Students – The Trinity

The Trinity The doctrine of the Trinity can be quite confusing. In fact, this doctrine has caused divisions among people for many years. One of the most common questions is, “What does it mean that God is three in one?” To begin with, it does not mean that there are three Gods. “God exists as three persons, yet he is one being. Each person of the Trinity— Father, Son, and Holy Spirit— has a separate identity while yet possessing the…

RC Students – Satan and Demons

Introduction Believers are in a spiritual war against Satan and demons. Whether people truly believe in evil spiritual beings, the Bible warns us of these dangerous beings. demons  The question has been posed, “Do you really believe in demons?” Another one might be, “Is Satan a real being?” “Does he really roam around causing havoc?” The short answer is, “Yes!” In fact, we can see Hollywood’s rendition of them through movies and television. Their portrayal, however, are a lot of…

RC Students- Life’s Biggest Questions about God

Life’s Biggest Questions- God There are a number of people who believe in God. Josh and Sean McDowell state, “The majority of people in America and around the world believe there is a God.” Truly, there are lots of people who believe in God. In contrast, there are also a number of people who claim to be either atheist or agnostic. For clarification, an atheist is a person who believes there is no God.  On the other hand, an agnostic…

RC Students – Life’s Biggest Questions

Life’s Biggest Questions Most teens have questions about life. Many have asked, “What is this life for?” “Does God truly exist?” “If there is a God, does He care about my pains?” and “Does God have a plan for my life?” Everyone wants a meaningful life. Pastor Erik Thoennes writes, “There is nothing more human than wondering what that means. Even in days filled with shallowness and countless distractions, when the light goes out at the end of the day…

RC Students- Stewardship

Stewardship Stewardship is an old term that describes individual responsibility. Modern dictionaries describe stewardship as, “the individual’s responsibility to manage his life and property with proper regard to the rights of others.”  Many associate stewardship with with a giving program. In fact, when asked what stewardship is, many believers will connect it to giving. John MacArthur writes, ” Stewardship encompasses the whole idea of giving to spiritual causes and funding kingdom enterprises- investing in eternity by means of the church,…

RC Students – Giving

Teaching students the importance of giving is vital. For believers, giving to others is a great way to be a bold witness for Christ.  Also, teaching students to give to their church is important. For instance, teaching them the principles of tithing is an essential part of their maturity and growth in Christ. The earlier our teens learn how to give and tithe properly, the more successful they will be at developing healthy fiduciary habits.  Kelli Mahoney writes, “the discipline…

RC Students- Debt

RC Students – Debt Parents have a huge influence on helping their teen become fiscally responsible. In fact, parents play a direct role in helping them be responsible, whether it is earning money through jobs, saving for college, car payments, or simply paying for their phone bill. Parents provide needed guidance for their student. In 2019, Sallie May reported “ 70% of college grads say they learned their financial skills from their parents.” That can be a scary thought for…

RC Students- Money Matters

Money Matters Money is a commodity, particular for people in the West, for many reasons. For instance, money is used to buy food to eat and clothes to wear. Money also provides for other things as well, such as, transportation, services, rent,  house payments, gasoline, repairs, and so much more. Money is a necessity for life and living, not only a desire. Most would agree that money is wasted yearly on many things. Therefore, having a clear understanding of money…

Student New Year’s Resolutions

Many people have made their New Year’s Resolutions. In fact, several magazines have stated that “at least half of us made some type of New Year’s resolution.” Whether it is to gain muscle, lose weight, study harder, make honor roll, etc., the main purpose for making a resolution is for transformation.  Whether it is health, school, or simply being nice to someone, we all have something in life that needs transformation.  Therefore, on New Year’s Eve, people from all over…

Don’t Be A Grinch This Season

Don’t Be A Grinch This Season Many people are aware of the holiday classic, “The Grinch.” In that classic story, the villain, the Grinch, tries to “steal Christmas.” He is a guy with a bad attitude. In fact, the lyrics to the popular song says it all: “You’re a mean one, Mr. Grinch, You really are a heel.” The holidays has a propensity to bring out the Grinch in us all. In fact, Christians are not exempt from the temptation…