A successful marriage is often viewed as an unachievable dream, but when God is the center of your life, marriage is fun, adventurous, exhilirating, and fulfilling. At the GRCOC, we take marriage seriously by having annual retreats, workshops, and fun events to educate, inspire, and refresh couples to be their best for one another and for God. There is something for everyone, activities and lessons for the newly married couple and the “seasoned” bride & groom. Come join us as we focus on having great marriages and great fun in great community.
Kurt and Ruth Woodham came up from Hampton Roads to deliver a three part lesson world views of parenting and how to transform our vision for our families.
Join thousands of disciples from Virginia, Maryland, DC, Ohio and beyond as we gather together to worship, to fellowship and to take hold of His mission.
During our midweek services, we've been focusing on becoming better parents and learning to raise our children in godly ways. Recently we heard two incredible lessons on parenting.
Grief is something everyone goes through at some point or another. But what does it look like to grieve with God? Many questions come when times of grief come in our lives.
Rather than having our usual annual large women's day event, this year we hosted various smaller events from areas all throughout the RVA.
We have put this challenge, to every member of the congregation: read the entire bible this year! We have provided several reading plans to help us stay focused.
The reading plan below is designed for a full month of reading centered on the God of liberation revealed in the Book of Exodus. Each number corresponds to a day of the month. Following this plan will take you through the entire book of Exodus and other important passages.
ome join us as we learn how to manage your money God’s way. This life-changing class is taught by Dave Ramsey and coordinated by Ryan and Allison Gilbreath
The long-awaited last day of school arrived, and my 6 year old and I had a great conversation. We discussed how important it is to obey Jesus’ command in Matthew 22:37