You can access them by clicking on the study above or by navigating our Resources section to Bible Studies for Seekers.
Welcome to HRC online!
Spend some time getting familiar with the resources that you can find here: Sermons, Bible Studies, Family Devos and Bible Talks available for you. You can also find more information about each of our regions (Beach, Norfolk, West, and Peninsula), our ministries (Teens, Campus, Singles, Marrieds & Parenting), our small group Bible Talks, and even live webcasts. Be sure to REGISTER for updates.
If you're planning to participate in this summer's TentMakers (MTP) class on Biblical Exegesis, please visit our teaching site, Commonwealth Academy. You'll find all the details about this weekend's class. It's an exciting kickoff of a campus intiative to train the campus students for works of ministry. See you in PA!
Check out Ed's Blog for the latest entry on 1st Corinthians 5. It's a study on the appropriate (and various inappropriate) responses of a church regarding an offending brother. There are times when church discipline becomes necessary. Paul guides the Corinthian Church toward a godly response to sin in its fellowship. As is often the case, every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Nonetheless, the Corinth Church was eventually commended by Paul for its godly sorrow toward sin.
If you have not yet expolored our Family Devotional Lessons (under the Resources tab), then check out both the written lessons and the videos on the site. The four written lessons added today include:
- The Lost Sheep
- The Lost Coin
- The Lost Son
- The Fruit of Repentance
And be sure to check out the newest video (complete with bloopers) on Jesus' Healing of the Sick Woman and the Dead Girl.
As we begin our churchwide study of Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians, take a look at Ed's Blog for a quick video screencast on the geographic, cultural, and historical background of the city of Corinth.
Also, if for any reason you are unable to attend tonight's kick off lesson on 1st Corinthians, you can catch the live webcast of it under the Meetings tab of our site. All services of the Hampton Roads Church (Peninsula Region) will be broadcast and available through this site. Our Wednesday broadcast begins at 7:25pm and our Sunday broadcast begins at 9:00am and 11:15am. Audio files for all lessons on 1st Corinthians are available here for online listening or download.
Kganye, our sister in Christ in the Richmond Church, at the young age of 16 has joyfully gone on to her great reward after a battle with leukemia.
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This series of blogs considers the relationship between repentance and belief, repentance and its fruit, repentance and turning to God, repentance and baptism.
Jesus begins his public ministry with the proclamation to repent and believe. Does He, in fact, mean to place repentance before belief? So which comes first, repentance or belief/faith? If repentance, then how can you turn toward God before you believe in Him? If faith, then how can your mindset shift from unbelief to belief before you’ve repented? You can study this out here.
Our new Web site now features blogs from some of our staff and members. It's just now ramping up with new content. Nonetheless, you can check out a new blog on "What Does It Mean To Take Up The Cross?" by Ed Anton. Look for new blog entries on discipleship, marriage, parenting, teen & campus & singles ministries starting in May.