Good Friday

Join us for a Good Friday service at 6pm in the Worship Center at NRC as we reflect on the sacrifice Jesus made for us on the cross.  We will hear from different NRC families as they read about the journey Jesus took to the cross. At the end of the service we will have a time of communion and reflection.

Saturday

Join us Saturday down at Wood Village from 11am - 1pm as we bless the community with a free lunch from Pastor's Food Truck. We will be playing some basketball and soccer as we build relationships with the families in the Wood Village community and invite them to join us Easter morning.

Easter Sunday

Easter Sunday will start out with an Egg Hunt for the kids starting at 9am followed by brunch at 9:30am. We will then enjoy worship outside behind the kids building at 10am. Be sure to invite your friends, neighbors, and coworkers to join you for this special Easter Sunday!

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What is a H.E.A.R. journal?

The H.E.A.R. journaling method promotes reading the Bible with a life-transforming purpose. No longer will your focus be on checking off the boxes on your daily reading schedule; your purpose will instead be to read in order to understand and respond to God’s Word.

Reading Plan:

March 2: Matthew 1
March 3: Matthew 2
March 4: Matthew 3
March 5: Matthew 4
March 7: Matthew 5
March 8: Matthew 6
March 9: Matthew 7
March 10: Matthew 8
March 11: Matthew 9
March 12: Matthew 10
March 14: Matthew 11
March 15: Matthew 12
March 16: Matthew 13
March 17: Matthew 14
March 18: Matthew 15
March 19: Matthew 16
March 21: Matthew 17
March 22: Matthew 18
March 23: Matthew 19
March 24: Matthew 20
March 25: Matthew 21
March 26: Matthew 22
March 28: Matthew 23
March 29: Matthew 24
March 30: Matthew 25
March 31: Matthew 26:1-35
April 1: Matthew 26:36-56
April 2: Matthew 26:57-75
April 4: Matthew 27:1-31
April 5: Matthew 27:32-66
April 6: John 20:1-18
April 7: John 20:19-31
April 8: John 21:1-14
April 9: John 21:15-25
April 11: Mark 16
April 12: Luke 24:1-12
April 13: Luke 24:13-35
April 14: Luke 24:36-53
April 15: Matthew 28:1-10
April 16: Matthew 28:11-20

March 2: Matthew 1
March 3: Matthew 2
March 4: Matthew 3
March 5: Matthew 4
March 7: Matthew 5
March 8: Matthew 6
March 9: Matthew 7
March 10: Matthew 8
March 11: Matthew 9
March 12: Matthew 10
March 14: Matthew 11
March 15: Matthew 12
March 16: Matthew 13
March 17: Matthew 14
March 18: Matthew 15
March 19: Matthew 16
March 21: Matthew 17
March 22: Matthew 18
March 23: Matthew 19
March 24: Matthew 20
March 25: Matthew 21
March 26: Matthew 22
March 28: Matthew 23
March 29: Matthew 24
March 30: Matthew 25
March 31: Matthew 26:1-35
April 1: Matthew 26:36-56
April 2: Matthew 26:57-75
April 4: Matthew 27:1-31
April 5: Matthew 27:32-66
April 6: John 20:1-18
April 7: John 20:19-31
April 8: John 21:1-14
April 9: John 21:15-25
April 11: Mark 16
April 12: Luke 24:1-12
April 13: Luke 24:13-35
April 14: Luke 24:36-53
April 15: Matthew 28:1-10
April 16: Matthew 28:11-20

How to complete a H.E.A.R. journal:

HIGHLIGHT the verses that speak to you.
Write out the name of the book: 
Which chapter and verse numbers stand out to you?

EXPLAIN what this passage means.
To whom was it originally written? Why?
How does it fit with the verses before and after it?
What is the Holy Spirit intending to communicate through this text?

APPLY what God is saying in these verses to your life.
What does this mean today?
What is God saying to you personally?
What would the application of this verse look like in my life? 

RESPOND to what you’ve read.
In what ways does this passage call you to action?
How will you be different because of what you’ve learned?
Write out a prayer to God in response to what you read today:

Watch this  video for more details.