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Updated May 2020
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Rise Fellowship is a creative and contemporary Church in Hendersonville, NC. Rise is a local body of believers with the purpose of Reaching Up in authentic worship, Reaching Out to the community and the world through serving and sharing Jesus Christ and Reaching In through the creative teaching of God's Word and growing closer to God and others through serving and community groups. Check out our website www.risefellowship.tv and follow us on twitter @risefellowhip
 
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As individuals we find ourselves between the Covid 19 shut down and the opening back up. Church of the Open Door finds itself between a former pastor and a new pastor. What should we do when we are waiting for what is next? Today we look for an answer from Acts 1 and what the earliest Christians did between Jesus’ return to heaven and the coming of…
 
In Psalm 31, we can identify with the up-and-down of life and our journey of faith as we see David’s gratitude for the fortressing refuge of God, desperation, confidence, and pleas for deliverance. Sitting in verses 1-8 and 14-16 with David we see we actively have the choice to cling to the Rock of Refuge and entrust ourselves fully to God’s hands …
 
It only took three years but we're back!!! I've got some time on my hands so I thought I'd drop in the mix! This week we've got some great jams and some real radioin'. Segments, music, commercials, and more. I want to really thank you for coming back to Cosmic Lion Radio. Maybe that subscription has just been sitting there and you're like...when is…
 
Ever feel like everything has changed? Ever feel like everything that has changed, is changing again? That first Easter morning everything changed. But grasping that change didn’t come all at once for John, whose Easter story you will hear in this message. So, John helps us see what Jesus is inviting us to do when everything changes, and changes ag…
 
Ronn Johnson takes us back into Lent with Jesus’ raising Lazarus from the dead (Jn 11:1-45). Ronn has some good tools to help us use our imaginations while reading the narratives of Lent, especially valuable as we keep company with Jesus on His journey to Jerusalem, the cross, and resurrection. It’s vital, in this season of so many headlines tellin…
 
Ronn Johnson takes us deeper into the theme of Lent that began on Ash Wednesday: "Unless a seed falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit." Ronn sees that reality embedded in the scriptures for this week: blessing, life and resurrection come from death - it's part of the story, even in the face of sufferin…
 
We began our journey through Lent on Ash Wednesday with Jesus’s warning (and promise) that unless a seed falls into the ground and dies, it remains by itself, alone; but if it does die, it bears much fruit. Today, Tom Johnson continues the counter-intuitive Kingdom message as we join Jesus in his 40 days of desert wilderness and temptation. Our nat…
 
We’re in Epiphany, the season of “unveiling” and revelation about Jesus and the ways of His Kingdom. Becca Erickson shares her family’s journey with God over the past several years: “You can spend all your time in analysis, or you can come to love what God reveals to you in these hard places.” Becca, a member of Open Door with her husband Ryan and …
 
Continuing from Kati’s beatitudes of the upside-down gospel last week, Ronn Johnson takes us to Paul in Corinth as he walks out the countercultural and Spirit-dependent ways of the Kingdom: I did not come proclaiming to you the testimony of God with lofty speech or wisdom. For I decided to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ and him crucifie…
 
Rose is the Associate Pastor of Formation for our sister congregation, Sanctuary Covenant Church in North Minneapolis. Rose’s talk – “Three Unlikely Virtues for Kingdom-Building Disciples” – springs from Exodus 1:15-22, the Hebrew midwives’ disobedience to Pharaoh, our faith’s ancient foundation of standing against oppression.Teaching Pastor: Rose …
 
On this final Sunday of Advent, anticipating God’s putting on human flesh to dwell among us, we’ll experience first-hand some of the fruits of that incarnation. Filled with the Presence of this indwelling God, members of our congregation will offer us gifts that have sprung from their own Spirit-saturated creativity. In addition to Mark Collier’s m…
 
Tom Johnson brings us to the magi. We know the “wise men” chose to follow the star, present their gifts, and elude Herod on their way home. We don’t know how their story ended, though – whether they ultimately chose to follow the Way of Jesus, or not. Tom points out the human struggle in having to make that decision, and every one of us has been th…
 
Kati Beasley brings us to the second Sunday of Advent with a meditation on the Innkeeper of Luke 2:7. Fredrick Buechner’s The Magnificent Defeat takes us a bit deeper into the thoughts of this character in the Christmas narrative: explaining that he’d been so harried by all the details of life, “lost in the unenchanted forest of a million trees,” a…
 
This is the start of Advent, and we have a beautiful series of services to take us into the waiting and the watching for what God is bringing forth. Our Advent series is inspired by four excerpts from Fredrick Buechner’s book, The Magnificent Defeat, with each passage taking us deeper into the thoughts of some of the central characters in the Chris…
 
This Sunday, which is “Christ the King Sunday,” marks the end of the traditional Church year. Peggy wraps up the story of God that we’ve been in over the past year, and revels in the perfection and beauty of this King and His Kingdom. It’s SO different, so counter-cultural to our human ways of power and dominance. The truth, however is that it’s Go…
 
Our “Novembering” service, when we take time to be present to the experiences of loss and grief that come with being human. In our culture, we don’t always know how to deal with what we’ve lost. So during our Novembering service we intentionally make space to remember and enter into these places of pain, both in the company of our community of fait…
 
Mark Collier preaches from Luke 15:1-10, Jesus’ parables about a coin and a sheep that were lost and sought and found, stories that show us a God who is always searching for us. God’s relentless pursuit of His beloved creatures makes Christianity unique in all the world – a God who reaches for us, not the other way around. But even though we’ve bee…
 
Tom Johnson, Pastor of Missional Life, speaks along with Amanda Svensk, Open Door’s Pastor of Next Generation. While they both acknowledge that we are indeed in a place of waiting right now, they’ve also seen how very busy God has been – in Slovakia, at AWOL, and right in our midst – and if we’re simply waiting for someone to come or something to h…
 
Dr. Ruben Rivera, pastor, history professor and chief diversity officer at Bethel University, will continue the themes Drew Pederson unfolded for us this last Sunday. He recalled for us Jesus’ invitation to “be rich in the things of God” (Lk 12:21); this week, in Luke 12:32-40, Ruben takes us to Jesus’ declaration that “where your treasure is, ther…
 
Drew Pederson, one of our governing elders, brings us to Luke 12:13-21, Jesus’ invitation to be “rich in the things of God,” a contrast to His warning to “be on your guard against all kinds of greed.” For Drew, this posture of being rich toward God is an open-handedness and generosity in every area of our lives – not just dollars and cents, but all…
 
Yau Stillone, one of our governing elders, continues with our next passage in Luke. We’ve come to the question asked by Jesus’s disciples: “Lord, teach us to pray” (Lk 11:1-13). Jesus’s answer gives us deep assurance that God indeed is a good God, that we can approach Him, and that He hears and answers. Whatever our experiences and understandings o…
 
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