No one wants to be average. Average isn’t a positive thing in our world of superlatives.
You don't want to be an average husband or wife. You don't want to be an average parent. You don't want to be an average friend, employee or boss. However, most of us don’t feel a tension around being average because most of us don’t put ourselves in the average category. Yet "averages" are an indicator or what is most true about most of usLatest messageArchived messages
What happens after you’ve attended a Sunday morning at Redstone Church?
How do you take the next step? How do you get to know people?
If you’re interested in understanding more, join us for NEXT, a 10 minute informational meeting right after services.more info
We are moving forward in our mission to lead people into a growing realationship
with Jesus because of the financial support of the people who believe in what we
are doing. We are grateful for the generous people who support this mission and our
church as we prayerfully seek to make an impact in the lives of people who live in Birmingham.four ways to give