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A Holiday on Mission

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I love Thanksgiving. It's my absolute favorite holiday. My family made a big deal out of it. We would usually start celebrating on November 1st with things like hand turkeys, practice runs of our feast menu, pumpkin patch trips, apple picking, and daily "Today, I'm thankful for" conversations. While all of that was fun and got us in the mood, my favorite thing was watchin...

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You Can't Do This Alone

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As the months pass, seasons change. We experience the cycle of summer, fall, winter, and spring. Even with the normal patterns, not every year is the same. Some winters are snowier, and some summers are hotter. Like the seasons, life is always changing. At one time you are on top of the world, and at another you've sunk to the bottom of the sea. Life is both predictable a...

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The Red Hill Blog

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Welcome to the Red Hill Church Blog! Over the coming months, this blog is going to be filled with posts from the members of Red Hill Church. We believe that every person has a unique voice, and we believe that our family is filled with voices that are eager to share encouragement, wisdom, and some incredible stories. We hope that as we share these posts, covering everyth...

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The Beauty in Vulnerability

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"Vulnerability actually does the exact opposite of what we think it's going to do. Vulnerability, instead of pushing people away, ends up making people draw closer, and go 'Me too'."- Andy Mineo I was in a difficult place during my sophomore year of college. When I came to campus for the second year, I didn't have many friends, and I didn't know any of my roommates. A lot...

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Our Discipleship Strategy is Each Other

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"Discipleship" is one of those big church words. Here's the deal, though: the whole point of discipleship is to see people become like the one they follow. In our case, that's Jesus. At Red Hill Church, our discipleship strategy is each other! That's why we have Gospel Communities. Red Hill Church isn't built around programs or weekend gatherings. Yes, we have both of tho...

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