Why Life Groups?
 
Our mission is to reach the world for Jesus, one person at a time. We feel that is best communicated in a small group located in host homes. Life groups are the primary vehicle which helps us carry out the vision and mission of Redmond Christian Church.
 
Life Groups are community based relational groups that meet weekly for the purpose of Biblical discipleship and fellowship. Our Life Groups are attended by a cross section of life including singles and married couples of all ages. Each group ranges in size from 5 to 18 people.
 
Groups are led by men and women who want to help bring people closer to Christ and promote RCC’s process for creating mature disciples.
 
Life groups provide opportunity for honest, transparent and authentic relationships and the opportunity to grow into spiritually mature disciples of Jesus.
 
 
Leadership Training
Everyone is invited to come and learn
October 13th
8:00am – 9:00am
at Redmond Christian Church
536 SW Tenth Street
Training Led by
 
Paul Watson

Since the day God called Paul into full-time ministry, he has traveled over 200,000 miles training disciple-making teams in the UK, France,          Indonesia, Malaysia, Lebanon, Egypt, Germany, and all over the United States. Until August 15,2015, Paul served as director of Cityteam’s Rescue and Recovery Center in downtown Portland, OR. Feeding the homeless while helping alcoholics discover sobriety and Jesus taught him incredible lessons about putting feet to faith and loving those who don’t love themselves. Paul left his role at Cityteam so that he can focus on catalyzing Disciple Making Movements among the unreached and under-reached peoples in the United States and Canada. Paul and his family are active members at Westside Community Church in Aloha, OR. Paul and his wife, Christi, lead a growth group that meets in their home on Sunday evenings. Paul is incredibly excited by his pastor’s desire to see 10,000 churches planted in the Pacific Northwest and wants to use his experiences to help his pastor and other ministry leaders plant churches among people who would not normally attend the typical church in North America.