Ministries Tailored to your Family

RealLifeStudents RealLifeStudents

Our middle school and high school programs are designed to train teenagers to become lifelong followers of Christ, and equip them to not only survive the tests of life but to thrive.

LifeGroups LifeGroups

Lifegroups are small groups of Christ followers that meet together regularly to discuss biblical topics, pray together and support one another as we all strive to become fully devoted followers of Christ.

RealLifeKidz RealLifeKidz

We recognize that the Bible expects Children to be trained first and foremost by families. That is why RealLifeKidz strives to provide age specific programs that engage children and empower parents.

From the Real Life Blog

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Snow Day – January 24, 2016

Snow Day – January 24, 2016

Posted by on Jan 23, 2016 in Spiritual Aids | 2 Comments

I remember looking out the window as a young boy just hoping to see at least one snowflake because growing up in the south one flake could mean NO SCHOOL! It was an exciting time, but as you know, many parts of the country have experienced record snowfall over the course of the last few […]

Where’s the line to see Jesus?

Where’s the line to see Jesus?

Posted by on Dec 22, 2015 in Spiritual Aids | No Comments

Becky Kelly recorded this song about 5 years ago. Have you heard it? It is a great reminder of how easily we can get caught up in all the other stuff at Christmas and forget about Jesus, who is the reason for the season. Even Christians often find themselves in the wrong line. As a […]

Refugees: How Christians Shouldn’t Answer the Question

Refugees: How Christians Shouldn’t Answer the Question

Posted by on Nov 18, 2015 in Current Events | No Comments

Should we be allowing Syrian refugees into our country with all the unrest surrounding the Islamic State? This is the question on many minds today, and I have heard different opinions expressed both ways. Several emotions arise during discussions surrounding the Islamic State, but the most common is fear. And while I don’t mean to […]