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A Call to Prayer
Hello Rock Family,
We celebrated this weekend, gathering together in the building as a church and it was wonderful. So many of you had tears in your eyes as you walked on campus and felt the presence of God. There is nothing like the corporate gathering of the Church of Almighty God.
Rock Church Family,
With great love comes great sacrifice.
This describes the life of Pastor Dan’s father, Dan Roth, Sr. It was on a Tuesday like any other, April 14, 2020, that Mr. Roth passed on to glory … but not until he had finished serving hundreds of people in need that morning.
Hello Rock Family,
Looking back over the past few weeks it has been a wild ride. Along with rapid changes and sometimes stressful situations we have seen the church shining bright the glory of God. I have been delighted to see the boldness of your faith and the expressions of your love and encouragement. I am also amazed at the online attendance from around the world. God is doing something amazing in this season!
Parenting Your Teen
Ps. Richard Villanueva
“Why did you do that!?”
“I don’t know?”
“You don’t know why you thought it was a good idea to _____?” Feel free to enter your kid’s crazy situation here.
How can we learn to understand the teens and pre-teens in our life? Actually, I think the real question is: “How do I get them to do what I want them to do?” This stage of life can create a huge amount of stress for parents, grandparents, and anyone who has a problem with trying to have a decent conversation with someone who refuses to take the airpods out of their ears. But, I think it can be done! We can begin to understand our teens (maybe not fully, but we can begin, at least!) and I think that understanding will create a sense of peace and compassion. These two ingredients are part of the foundation for discipleship and ministry that God has called us to have with the teens in our lives.