February’s Bible Reading Plan

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February’s Bible Reading Plan

This year our youth ministry is putting out Bible reading plans for each month in hopes of getting our students consistently reading their Bibles. In January we covered the book of Acts. For the month of February, we will be reading through the Gospel of Mark. Parents, make sure to capitalize on this practice. Join […]

Summer Camp 2015

Posted by on Jun 23, 2015 in PARENT-LINK, THE RIDE BLOG | No Comments
Summer Camp 2015

Believe it or not, summer is here and that means Summer Camp is right around the corner! This year, we will be going somewhere we’ve never gone before and do summer camp like we’ve never done before. Needless to say, this is not an event you want to miss. Mark your calendars and check out the information below for […]

The Trinity….So What?

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The Trinity….So What?

Hello Rideans! Hopefully through this series you have seen the Trinity as extremely important to our knowledge of God, but also extremely meaningful to our day-to-day lives. Sometimes people will say: “Why should we study the Trinity? It doesn’t have anything to do with us!” To that I say: “Garbage! The Trinity has everything to […]

I AM WHO I AM

I AM WHO I AM

Thoughts From an Intern is a blog series where our interns share things they hope will build up and encourage the students to live passionately and thoughtfully for Jesus. This post is from Noah Gjertsen-Illig. Last week at The Ride I had the great privilege of preaching Exodus 3-6. In chapter 3, Moses has the famous encounter with […]

Student Ministry Meeting | Sunday, November 2

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in PARENT-LINK, THE RIDE BLOG | No Comments
Student Ministry Meeting | Sunday, November 2

This is a friendly reminder that our next Students Ministry Meeting in on… NOVEMBER 2, SUNDAY from 12:30P-2P For more information about students ministry or to download an application form, please click here!

Student Ministers

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in PARENT-LINK, THE RIDE BLOG | No Comments
Student Ministers

Here at The Ride, we work hard with all God’s energy to make disciples of Jesus Christ who commit their life to making more disciples of Jesus Christ (see Matthew 28:18-20). However, we don’t think that serving Jesus and making disciples is something that is only left to the grown ups, but that Jesus calls […]

Why Do You Love the Bible?

Posted by on Oct 17, 2014 in THE RIDE BLOG | No Comments
Why Do You Love the Bible?

Thoughts From an Intern is a blog series where our interns share things they hope will build up and encourage the students to live passionately and thoughtfully for Jesus. This post is from Matthew Hewitt. Last night, I had the honor of sitting in on a sermon preached by our middle school pastor Dana Dill. Dana […]

Within its Pages

Posted by on Oct 4, 2014 in THE RIDE BLOG | No Comments
Within its Pages

Thoughts From an Intern is a blog series where our interns share things they hope will build up and encourage the students to live passionately and thoughtfully for Jesus. This post is from Jeff Sholar. Right now at Soaked, our Sunday morning middle school program, we’re going through a series called “The Good Book.” In this […]

Love the Bible like John Wycliffe Did

Love the Bible like John Wycliffe Did

Thoughts From an Intern is a blog series where our interns share things they hope will build up and encourage the students to live passionately and thoughtfully for Jesus. This post is from Noah Gjertsen-Illig. As I hope you know, at Soaked (our Sunday morning gathering), we are studying the Bible. You might be saying, “Duh, […]

The Gospel According to Cats & Dogs

Posted by on Sep 16, 2014 in THE RIDE BLOG | No Comments
The Gospel According to Cats & Dogs

Some people have a gospel according cats. And others have a gospel according to dogs. The gospel according to cats has God saying, “Please me. Stroke me. Fear me. Don’t get too close to me. Love me. Serve me and I may pay attention to you on occasion.” It portrays God as someone who is […]