We will be resuming public, corporate worship at Real Life Church this Sunday, May 10 for all who are comfortable and want to join us.  Please watch this VIDEO outlining steps we are taking for your safety and guidelines we ask you to follow if you join us on site. We will also continue to live stream our worship service weekly on the RLC Facebook Page.

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It Is Finished

Happy Good Friday! On Good Friday, we remember the death of Jesus Christ. So again, happy Good Friday! Does that sound strange? Wasn't Good Friday the darkest day in human history? In one sense it certainly was. The greatest sins ever committed took place on that day:...

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He Did Not Pass the Cup

The Thursday of Holy Week was a massively important day! The breathtaking scene of the Lord Jesus humbling himself to wash the feet of his disciples; the institution of the Lord's Supper; some of the most precious words spoken by Jesus in the last supper discourse (John 14-16); the most amazing and lengthy interaction between the Father and Son in Jesus's high priestly pr...

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Good Friday Was No Accident

Good Friday is a day to remember and celebration the death of Jesus Christ. It may seem very strange to remember and celebrate a death. Especially when we consider what led up to the cross, the cross itself as a form of execution, and what happened on the cross....

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What Does It Mean That He's Worthy?

Valuable beyond measure. Singularly qualified to be King. Deserving of all glory. Worthy, worthy, worthy is the Lamb. ...

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What's So Good About Good Friday?

Good Friday is the day of Holy Week when Christians celebrate the death of Jesus Christ. Why would we celebrate the death of Jesus? Wasn't that the saddest, darkest day in world history? Well yes and no. Yes because it was the day that Jesus was condemned, rejected, and cursed by God; treated as a sinner "" bearing the sin of the world. And yet, it was a glorious day becau...

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