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Choose Today

Thu May 24 2018 (17:56)

Kevin Thompson

Mr. Thompson closes our year just like we began, by examining our theme "Choose Today" from Joshua 24.

National Day of Prayer

Thu May 24 2018 (18:05)

Matt Downs

Evangelist Matt Downs of the Bill Rice Ranch speaks from Luke 18 about the Parable of the Persistent Widow during our annual National Day of Prayer chapel service.

What are You Doing with God's Gift?

Thu May 24 2018 (20:09)

Kevin Thompson

Mr. Thompson preaches during our annual Pastor Appreciation Chapel. From Ephesians 4, he spoke on the Pastor as a gift from God for our growth.

Biblical Principles for Social Media

Thu May 24 2018 (28:55)

Kevin Thompson

Mr. Thompson share several Biblical principles to consider while thinking about social media.

Reap What You Sow

Thu Apr 19 2018 (39:36)

Florence Haley

It's about more than planting, it's about planning.This session will give you practical steps to a secure financial harvest, and plan your finances on purpose.

Raising Teens

Thu Apr 19 2018 (42:50)

Marc & Denise Grindle

It is natural for parents to want to "control" their kids. What happens when we feel out of control or try to control that which we do not have control? Join us in discovering what control is and isn't and what we can and can't and should and shouldn't control.

Families Facing Tragic Losses

Thu Apr 19 2018 (32:52)

Laura Diehl

As a bereaved parent, Laura, will minister hope and give practical encouragement to families who have faced deep tragedy and loss. This will also be helpful for those who want to know how to effectively minister to these shattered families.

Conflict Resolution - A Different Way

Thu Apr 19 2018 (28:09)

Jessica Robl

Conflict is all around us, and it's costly.It wears on us.There is a better way to handle conflict, and God has revealed it to us in His Word.These biblical principles of resolving conflict can bring us new peace and hope!

Discussion Panel for Teens

Sun Apr 15 2018 (36:08)

Kevin Thompson, Phil Allen, Adam Meyer

Join us for a lively discussion fueled by questions submitted by teenagers about all aspects of life and faith. A panel of local pastors and youth leaders will be fielding these questions in a way that is both knowledgeable and relatable.

Helping Your Depressed Teen

Sun Apr 15 2018 (42:51)

Dr. Scott Lownsdale

Last year witnessed an alarming rise in depression and suicides among American youth. Learn from a Christian counselor how to be a good first responder and mentor for depressed and suicidal youth.

Helping the Porn-Addicted Teen

Sun Apr 15 2018 (38:55)

Dr. Scott Lownsdale

The easy accessibility of Internet porn has led to the formation of porn addiction at younger ages than ever before. This presentation will offer a Christian counselor's perspective on how to identify this serious problem and respond effectively.

Ray Jewell

This seminar will address the question of worldview by looking at what that means and why it is important for a family to follow it consistently. We will look at some of the more popular films from a Christian lens and find out how to address other worldviews that your children face.

Single but Not Alone

Sun Apr 15 2018 (28:44)

Lizzie Lindberg

As the only parent in a space that seems full of two-parent households, it’s tempting to let feelings of loneliness become the main focus and to sink into isolation. Join me as I share what I’ve been learning as a single mom through participating in and serving with my community.

Reverse Engineering Your Life

Sun Apr 15 2018 (29:45)

Pastor Todd Pope

This is the final general session of the 2018 Community Strong Family Conference.

Pastor Todd Pope

Intention is not enough. We must MOVE in a direction to get to the destination that we want to be at. Direction with intention determines our destination.

A Life Worth Sacrificing For

Sun Apr 15 2018 (30:55)

Pastor Jesse Beernink

Pastor Jesse Beernink of Resonate Church in Janesville delivers an Easter message focusing on why Christ came to die.

Pastor Aaron White

In this final session of our Spiritual Emphasis Week, Pastor Aaron White (River Hill Community Church) speaks to our students on the uniqueness of the Gospel.

An Inconvenient Inconsistency

Thu Mar 15 2018 (30:41)

Pastor Tim Johnson

Pastor Tim Johnson (Rock Valley Chapel - Beloit, WI) answers the charge that all Christians are hypocrites.

Doubting Thomas

Thu Mar 15 2018 (25:16)

Casey Ehlers

Day three of Spiritual Emphasis Week 2018 features a message from the book of John about doubt.

Proper Respect for the Word of God

Tue Mar 13 2018 (33:35)

Pastor Michael Powers

On day 2 of Spiritual Emphasis Week Michael Powers (Youth Pastor at Faith Community Church in Janesville) preaches a convicting message about the preciousness of the Word of God.

The Causes and Cures of Truthlessness

Mon Mar 12 2018 (26:02)

Pastor Patrick Morgan

This sermon kicks off our 2018 Spiritual Emphasis Week. Pastor Patrick Morgan (Christ Presbyterian Church - Janesville, WI) speaks about the importance of truth over emotion from Psalms 42 and 43.

The Grumpy Grandma of Grace

Fri Mar 09 2018 (28:44)

Mr. Kevin Thompson

Mr. Thompson speaks from the book of Ruth during our Grandparents Day Chapel.

Grace and Race Panel Discussion

Thu Mar 08 2018 (37:10)

Deryk Hayes, Rita Hodges, Goldie Brown, Kevin Thompson

This panel discussion closes out our Black History Month and seeks to look at racial issues through the lens of grace.

Get A Life!

Thu Mar 08 2018 (15:53)

Mr. Kevin Thompson

Mr. Thompson talks about what means to be "born again" from John 3.

True Love

Thu Mar 08 2018 (18:41)

Josh Calhoun

Josh Calhoun of Central Christian Church speaks on Valentines Day.

Living Near the Throne of Satan

Thu Mar 08 2018 (28:13)

Mr. Kevin Thompson

Mr. Thompson speaks from Revelation 2 to warn students against tolerating sin in their lives or in the lives of others.

Four Small Creatures

Thu Mar 08 2018 (28:58)

Pastor Greg Lynas

Pastor Greg (Youth Pastor at Hope Evangelical Church) talks about 4 small creatures from the book of Proverbs.

Dying to Self

Fri Jan 26 2018 (23:55)

Ray Jewell

Mr. Jewell urges us to die to self and look to Christ from Luke 9.

MId-Year New Year's Reminders

Fri Jan 26 2018 (27:44)

Kevin Thompson

Mr. Thompson kicks off the new semester, our half-way point in the school, but turning to the middle of the Bible - Psalm 118.

Homecoming

Thu Jan 25 2018 (24:52)

Pastor Phil Allen

Pastor Phil talks about Homecoming Week through the lens of Ecclesiastes chapter 1.

Two Forms of Knowledge

Tue Dec 19 2017 (18:47)

Pastor Terry Morehouse

Pastor Terry Morehouse (Beloit Life Center) speaks about the fear of the Lord as the beginning of wisdom and knowledge. (Unfortunately the first 5 minutes of this message were not recorded)

How to Have A Satanic Christmas

Sat Dec 16 2017 (32:19)

Kevin Thompson

Mr. Thompson shares a different look at Christmas from Revelation 12.

Love One Another

Sat Dec 16 2017 (27:06)

Pastor Gary Shields

Pastor Gary Shields speaks from I John 2 about the importance of obedience and love.

Thanksgiving

Wed Nov 15 2017 (27:04)

Pastor Andy Dressler

Andy Dressler (youth pastor at Rock Valley Chapel) speaks on how our view of thanksgiving is effected by our view of God.

Your Spiritual Growth Chart

Wed Nov 08 2017 (29:58)

Mr. Thompson

From II Peter 1 Mr. Thompson goes over a list of 8 different qualities the Bible says ought to be part of our growth as followers of Christ.

No Other Gospel

Wed Nov 01 2017 (30:05)

Pastor Aaron White

On this Reformation Day Chapel, Pastor Aaron White (River Hills Community Church in Janesville) preaches from Galatians 1.

Q and A Chapel

Wed Oct 25 2017 (26:40)

Mr. Thompson

In this chapel Mr. Thompson answers several questions submitted by the students.

Pro-Life Day Panel Discussion

Fri Oct 20 2017 (36:38)

Kevin Thompson, Philip Allen, Marybeth Karstaedt

RCCS once again took part in the annual Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity.On this day we stand for those who cannot stand for themselves.Students are encouraged to wear strips of red duct tape as reminders of the children lost everyday through abortion.Throughout the day we spoke about the sanctity of human life in classes and took time to pray for women struggling with this decision.

The Bible Tells Me So

Fri Oct 20 2017 (37:25)

Kevin Thompson

Mr. Thompson speaks about the authority of the Word of God.

Answer the Call

Fri Oct 20 2017 (23:04)

Anthony Culver

Anthony Culver, youth pastor at Beloit Family Worship Center, speaks about answering God's call from Exodus 3.

Expectations

Wed Sep 27 2017 (26:08)

Doug Shaw

Doug Shaw of Forthright Ministries speaks from Hebrews 1:1-2.

How Do We Know What We Know

Thu Sep 21 2017 (22:37)

Kevin Thompson

From Psalm 19, Mr. Thompson speaks about how general and special revelation reveal God.

Jesus Changes Everything

Thu Sep 21 2017 (24:51)

Kevin Thompson

This is the final message from this year's retreat. Mr. Thompson speaks about the importance of humility when it comes to unity.

That Escalated Quickly

Thu Sep 21 2017 (34:13)

Kevin Thompson

In this second retreat message, Mr. Thompson speaks of a fallen world that is marred by sin, yet also highlights the hope we have in Christ.

Back to the Basics

Thu Sep 21 2017 (20:08)

Kevin Thompson

This was the kick-off message to our 2017 Middle School High School Retreat. This year Mr. Thompson preached through our school's statement of faith. He followed a basic outline of Creation, Fall Redemption. This is the first of those three messages.

One Way

Thu Sep 21 2017 (27:11)

Deryk Hayes

Deryk Hayes, the Interim Pastor of the First Baptist Church of Freeport, IL, speaks of the one way of salvation from John 14:6.

Summer Missions Chapel

Thu Sep 21 2017 (32:06)

Various Students

This summer missions chapel features our lifestyle leadership class explaining our theme for the year, a brief message from Mr. Thompson on Acts 1:8, a presentation from Dylan Hill concerning his missions trip and a look ahead to next year's summer missions trip to Costa Rica.

Choose Today

Wed Aug 23 2017 (22:40)

Kevin Thompson

Welcome back to school! In this first chapel, Mr. Thompson speaks on our theme for the year - Choose Today. His text was Joshua 14:1-25.

When Tragedy Strikes

Sat Jul 29 2017 (43:28)

Laura Diehl

What happens when tragedy strikes?

Kevin Thompson

Adoptive/foster families often struggle on ways to communicate how they best can be served. This workshop is geared toward helping you better understand the plight of families who have recently adopted or started taking in foster children.

Parenting Adult Children

Sat Jul 29 2017 (40:52)

Darnell & Tina Curran

Many older people have taken on the challenge of parenting their grandchildren or out of the foster system. What are the challenges they face and how can this experience become a positive one for all involved?

Zombie Apocalypse- Technology for Today

Sat Jul 29 2017 (39:32)

Anthony Culver & Tralese Weber

We are looking at the role social media has in our lives. What is out there,what are the pros and cons,for both parents and kids.What are safeguards that can be put in place for both, a basic understanding of what “technology”

Making Home Work-From PK to High School

Sat Jul 29 2017 (42:34)

Brad Molander

God has laid out the the biblical blueprints necessary for the Christian home to work. For our home to work,we must submit to His plans and guidelines, which are found in His Word.

Real Marriage, Real Hope!

Sat Jul 29 2017 (41:33)

Marc and Denise Grindle with Dale and Ruth Manion

Marriage can be hard! That is the bad news. The good news? Marriage can be great! These two couples combined bring over 75 years of marriage experience. They have lived and experienced the good and bad… real marriage.

Casey Ehlers

With the college community becoming more secular, being a faithful Christian is becoming harder. How can parents faithfully prepare their children to walk into College while sold out to King Jesus?

Tim Johnson

After nearly 22 years of marriage and 10 years of pastoring and counseling married couples,I have observed three characteristics that routinely emerge in healthy marriages.

Living With Margin

Fri Jul 28 2017 (36:06)

Marc Grindle

Sometimes it seems like the only way to keep up with all the demands on our lives is to run at“maximum capacity” and then some.But there is another way. Come explore what it means to live with Margin.

What Your Teens are Telling Me

Fri Jul 28 2017 (44:22)

Denise Grindle

Do you ever wish you could truly understand what your teen is talking about? Or feel like you’re speaking different languages at times. Walk through some of the tips and helps in the book “Let me tell you what your teens are telling me” by Blaine Bartel

Starting Kids Off Right

Fri Jul 28 2017 (39:48)

Sheri Holcomb

We’ll see what the Bible has to say about raising small children and learn some techniques Jesus used in his teaching and discipline and see how those are supported by the latest brain research. Leave with of ideas that are easy to implement.

Raising Godly Families

Fri Jul 28 2017 (31:26)

Adam Meyer

Ephesians 5:1 –Imitate God, therefore, in everything you do, because you are his dear children.

Real Life, Real Hope

Fri Jul 28 2017 (23:47)

Phil Allen

Our marriages and families exist in the real world. That means that there are ups and downs;good times and bad times; success and failure. Yet in the midst of all of that there is real hope. Where do we find real hope for real life?

6 Principles for the Christian Single

Fri Jul 28 2017 (34:44)

Kevin Thompson

While marriage is an integral part of God’s created order for mankind, God also has a purpose and plan for singleness. Don’t waste your singleness but instead see it as the gift it is, whether it be temporary or prolonged.God has not abandoned you but chosen you for His purpose!

Panel Discussion

Fri Jul 28 2017 (21:48)

Kevin Thompson, Phil Allen, Marc Grindle, Tim Johnson

A panel discussion featuring several family-related questions.

Sowing and Reaping

Fri Jul 28 2017 (43:58)

Kevin Kringel

Sowing & reaping applies in marriage. Sowing the right language and action, in time, produces great harvest.

Tim Johnson

Christians who understand God’s treatment of adoption are well-prepared to direct their children (whether those children are adopted or not) to find their truest identity in Christ rather than in biology.

Love Languages

Fri Jul 28 2017 (42:22)

John Benson

Join me as we explore the Love Languages and identify your primary language so that you can communicate effectively your love for each other.

Parenting Teens

Fri Jul 28 2017 (50:52)

Dannie Evans

Maintaining hope and faith during the difficult teen years is a challenge. I will give some examples I have had with rearing my children and the joys as well as the test and trials of those years for my family. I will encourage the families to trust God and His process even when it looks desperate and it feels terrible.

Philip Allen

Let’s face it, NO marriage is perfect!No matter how “good” or “bad” our relationship is, we all want better marriages.In this seminar we will spend some time digging out a few Biblical principles that should form the foundation for our marriages at every stage of life and growth!

Raising Godly Teens

Fri Jul 28 2017 (39:12)

Michael Powers

We will focus on parent’s responsibility for the spiritual upbringing of their teens.

Family Legislative Update

Fri Jul 28 2017 (40:13)

Meagan Matthews

We will be exploring the citizen’s role and impact on the legislative process as well as a brief overview of some of the legislative proposals that had a direct impact on families.

Biblical Manhood

Fri Jul 28 2017 (47:11)

Joel Otto

What Does God Expect from Me as a Man? Credit: Men’s Fraternity Definition of Authentic Manhood

Strong Families

Fri Jul 28 2017 (38:08)

Pastor David Clark

This was the opening session of the 2016 Community Strong Conference.

Understanding Millennials

Fri Jul 28 2017 (37:36)

Pastor Brent Befus

This session is going to focus on how to identify and engage the Millennial generation. We will take a glimpse at what are their values, concerns, and mode of operation. We will discuss how to engage and entrust the future to the next generation.