Getting Rooted in Jesus!

June 7, 2021
2 min read

Our 2021 RMCC Women’s Conference has wrapped up, but we continue to savor the refreshment of fellowship and our sweet time together in worship and in God’s Word. At this year’s conference we were encouraged about the importance of growing deep roots in Jesus so we can stand firm when the storms of life come. We were reminded that His sustaining hand will strengthen us so that we will not shrink back from the challenges in our lives but by His grace continue to bear fruit for His glory.

Our planning team would like to express a very sincere thank you to all those who worked tirelessly behind the scenes to bring the details together for this event. We are amazed at how the Lord opened doors for us to hold the conference, how He provided a special space for us and for how He faithfully ministered to our hearts. Truly He deserves all the praise!

We are delighted to share a link below where you can listen to the conference messages from our two special speakers, Cathy deWaal and Shauna Caldwell.

Our Women’s Ministry at RMCC is growing and thriving so be watching for upcoming announcements about Bible studies, events and other opportunities to continue getting rooted in Jesus at RMCC!

Link to Conference Messages

A special thank you to our conference coordinator Hannah Prins who helped with this article and MiKhaila Befus for taking photos, and a special thank you to all those who kindly contributed flowers to our special indoor garden which became a nice complement to the cranes!


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