Thank you for your interest in Real Life Church!
Real Life Church is a place you can come as you are, and be who you are. God does not want or need you to clean up your life before you can have a relationship with Him. He wants to that relationship right now where you are in your life.
I invite you to us out this Sunday at 9:00 a.m. inside the gym at the Niles-Buchanan YMCA, no membership is needed.
You will be among friends, and treated like , no matter where you are in your "real life". Now is the time for healing, and forgiveness.
Get a fresh look at life, Real Life Church.
It is our goal that you have a growing relationship with .
We want to help you see how a relationship with God will help your life today.
At Real Life Church you get a positive from Gods word, in " Real Life "
terms for todays real life issues
What you wear is not important, we are a very casual group of friends.
Come our fun, loving family.
Life is hard enough most days, You don't need to be judged by your church.
Real Life Church, be LOVED not judged.
A.C.T.S. tools from Jan. 12th sermonACTS:
Adoration…is where we praise God for who He is: loving, good, kind, understanding, gracious, etc. As you read the Bible and write down the things you are learning about God, you will have more and more to praise Him for. Also, begin to read a Psalm a day – takes about 3 to 5 minutes – and praise God for how each Psalm reveals new dimensions of His character and ways.
Confession…is a key component to growth. Sin up our fellowship with God. We’ll feel guilty and distant if we have attitudes and actions in our lives that the Bible says are wrong. That’s where confession comes in. Look up 1 John 1:9. Then read Psalm 32:3-5 about the consequences of unconfessed sin and how to deal with it.
Thanksgiving…is when we just say thanks to God for all He has done. Again, the Psalms are a great place to head to be reminded of all He has done for us. Use the psalmists’ words as your own. It’s a good way to learn to just talk with God.
Supplication…is where we both for ourselves and for others in our lives. I like keeping a list with the date I started asking on my behalf or the behalf of another and the date the was answered. specifically, expectantly and faithfully. 1 John 5:14-15 tells us that if we pray according to God’s will, He will hear and answer. But, you ask, “How do I know God’s will?” That takes us back to where we began…to reading His word.
We invite you to visit us Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
in the gymnasium at the Niles-Buchanan YMCA, no membership is needed.