• Dr. Mike Routt


How often does an official groundbreaking “roll around?” It is indeed a rarity! In our church family’s history, the last groundbreaking was around 1972 – 47 years ago!

We will gather this Saturday to “make history” as we observe the official groundbreaking for our new facility at the southwest corner of Bradley and Marksheffel Roads at 1:00 pm. Church family and friends will enjoy a once in a lifetime experience.

We are selecting a representative of each generation to be a part of the official “groundbreaking team.” But as I announced yesterday morning, I invite every family to bring a shovel to “turn dirt” at our groundbreaking. GOD has used our church family in such an amazing way through the years. I want all of our church family to have the opportunity to “break ground” for our new facility. We will do it in unison as the people of GOD known as Redemption Hill.

As we break ground, we usher in a new era of ministry. Isaiah 43:19 declares:

Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.

The process begins with site preparation. Then, in a few months, the building will begin to take shape. So sometime in 2020 we will enter our new church home.

So join us this Saturday at 1:00 pm. The groundbreaking ceremony will begin at 1:15 pm. Afterwards, we will have inflatables for the kids, snacks, and an egg hunt.

When I think of the future GOD has in store for us, I am reminded of Ephesians 3: 20-21:

Now to Him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us,

To Him be glory in the church and in CHRIST JESUS throughout all generations, forever and forever. Amen.

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