The Bible teaches that parents are the primary disciple-makers in the home. This means that you have a big job that impacts eternity for your kids! Most parents will eagerly agree with us on this reality, but so many struggle with the practical side of parenting. Resolved leaders understand the pressure that parents are under in today’s culture and want to partner with parents on both the what and the how of Christian parenting. Parents have a big job. We are here for you, and your kids too.
Our student ministry exists to connect with students, disciple them in truth, and deploy them in today’s culture with more than a degree in scrolling social media. We don’t see them as a distant “future” of the church. Students are the church. Jr. High & High School students need clear truth and a place to belong.
Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong. (1 Corinthians 16:13)
Resolved Men’s Ministry exists to produce Christ-like men who give their lives to be leaders in the Church, the home, and the community. We need each other, and we were never meant to live this Christian life alone. Join us as we build each other up, study God’s Word, remind each other of the forgiveness we have been given, and grow to be the men that God has called and empowered us to be.
Monthly Breakfast and Fellowship
Faithful to attend. Are you willing to wake up early and show up? Availability varies during different seasons of life and not all who would like to attend are able, yet for those who are able, faithfulness begins with attendance.
Faithful to engage. Are you willing to pursue relationships with other men? Discipleship and Equipping is an on-ramp for discipleship relatioships, a right view of the instruction provided on Friday evenings should include seeing it as an aid to your faithful involvement in the lives of other men.
Faithful to respond. Are you willing to think critically about what you are taught and, by the Lord’s grace, pursue change where needed? Throughout Discipleship and Equipping there are countless opportunities to demonstrate faithfulness with what you are being entrusted with. These opportunities range from the completion of homework to cultivating heart change.
GET CONNECTED. GROW DEEPER.
Resolved Women exists to provide women with a place to grow in the Word, be in community, and learn what it means to use their spiritual gifts to serve the church and glorify God. We always seek to invite our friends, family, co-workers, and community to join us through the various areas within the ministry.
Once a month, women from Resolved get together on Sunday mornings for a time of bible study and fellowship. This is a great way for women of all ages to meet other women who love the Lord.
Outreach seeks to instruct and equip Resolved Bible Church members in the obedient and joyful pursuit of that Great Commission (cf. Matthew 28:18-20; Acts 1:8) by taking the Gospel to our community. From local outreach, international pastoral training, and Short-Term Missions (STM).
Resolved: Outreach plays a major role in our effort to make disciples here and around the world.
IMPACTING OUR COMMUNITY FOR CHRIST
When the Apostle Peter was seeking to describe what it means to be a Christian, he gave us insight into God’s motive for saving a people for His own possession. In 1 Peter 2:9, Peter tells us that God has redeemed Christians “so that you may proclaim the excellencies of Him who has called you out of darkness into His marvelous light.”
We serve a magnificently gracious God who has forgiven our sins and has satisfied our souls. And because we love Him, we desire to “proclaim His excellencies” to all who will listen.
The church is a body with many parts. We use our gifts and abilities to serve the local church and the community out of love for God and one another.
We invite you to use your gifts to serve the church body at Resolved Bible Church!
‘from whom the whole body, joined and held together by every joint with which it is equipped, when each part is working properly, makes the body grow so that it builds itself up in love.’
– Ephesians 4:16