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WELCOME TO REFUGE

 
Our mission is to love God, love people, and love our world
in order to display and declare the Good News of Christ.
 
We invite you to be our guest for worship this Sunday.
Our service begins at 10:30am, and we meet at New Life Camp: 9927 Falls Of Neuse Rd.

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 MINISTRY OF REFUGE

WORSHIP

LOVE GOD
 
Our worship services are designed to create a God-glorifying atmosphere in which believers can freely praise and worship Jesus Christ and non-believers can encounter the Good News of Christ.

LIFE GROUPS

LOVE PEOPLE
 
Life Groups are about living in community together. In Life Groups, we connect, grow closer to God and serve together. Groups meet in homes throughout the week during the months of September to May.
 
 
 

KIDS MINISTRY

LOVE PEOPLE
 
At Refuge Church, we understand the value of kids. We strive to be a family friendly church that will equip parents to show their kids what it means to follow Christ. We have special programs for kids during our 10:30am service.
 
 

 MISSIONS

LOVE OUR WORLD
 
God’s infinite love is extended to the whole world. He loves all of His creation. We seek to reflect the love of Christ by reaching out to our community and serving them. We also send mission teams to various places throughout our world.
 

AUDIO TEACHING

Refuge Church sermon audio teaching is here to help you grow in your walk with Christ
through the knowledge of God’s Word.
Follow our teaching series to gain a deeper insight and knowledge of God’s Word. We hope these messages encourage you in whatever walk of life you’re in. Our desire is that through these messages that you will grow a deeper love of God, people and our world. May God speak to you through the teaching of His Word.

Nov 11, 2018
Our Reconciled Relationship With God
In light of the majesty of who Christ is and all He's done, Paul explained our condition before we received Christ. Because we actively waged war with God in our minds and willingly disobeyed Him in our actions, our relationship with God was broken. But the good news of the gospel is that God restored and reconciled the relationship through Jesus' death in our place. God declared believers right before Him so that one day we would be presented holy and blameless for all eternity. The power of the Holy Spirit in us enables us to put the flesh to death and seek Christ daily, so we can continue in the faith. This is miracle of our reconciled relationship with God.
Scripture: Colossians 1:21-23
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  • Nov 11, 2018Our Reconciled Relationship With God
    Nov 11, 2018
    Our Reconciled Relationship With God
    In light of the majesty of who Christ is and all He's done, Paul explained our condition before we received Christ. Because we actively waged war with God in our minds and willingly disobeyed Him in our actions, our relationship with God was broken. But the good news of the gospel is that God restored and reconciled the relationship through Jesus' death in our place. God declared believers right before Him so that one day we would be presented holy and blameless for all eternity. The power of the Holy Spirit in us enables us to put the flesh to death and seek Christ daily, so we can continue in the faith. This is miracle of our reconciled relationship with God.
    Scripture: Colossians 1:21-23
  • Nov 4, 2018Christ Above All
    Nov 4, 2018
    Christ Above All
    This passage is a great reminder of the sovereignty of God over all things. Paul explained that Jesus has always been the image of the Father. Jesus is the preeminent One who holds all things together. He is the head of the church and His resurrection proved that He has power over death. May we find peace and strength knowing that Jesus is fully God and that nothing happens apart from His divine purpose. Colossians 1:15-20
  • Oct 21, 2018Living Worthy Of The Lord
    Oct 21, 2018
    Living Worthy Of The Lord
    Paul's prayer for the Colossians church was fueled by a desire to see them live in a manner that pleased the Lord. While it is important for us to pray for each other's health and physical needs, too often our prayers for each other end there. May we look to Paul's example and pray for each other that we would all serve God faithfully, grow in our knowledge of Him and rely on God's strength. And as we truly think about all that God has done for us through Christ, may our hearts be filled with thankfulness.
    Scripture: Colossians 1:9-14
  • Oct 14, 2018Gratitude to God
    Oct 14, 2018
    Gratitude to God
    Paul began his letter to the church at Colossae by thanking God for their faith and love. He recognized that God was the one who, by the finished work of Jesus Christ, saved them and has been at work within them. He also thanked God for the powerful presence of the gospel in their lives. As we dwell on all that God has done to accomplish our salvation, may we be full of thankfulness and gratitude to God, and let's share the Good News of Jesus with boldness. Scripture: Colossians 1:1-8
  • Oct 7, 2018Undeterred
    Oct 7, 2018
    Undeterred
    Series: UNBOUND
    At the end of Paul's life, many of his closest friends abandoned him. His only assurance was in the presence of God by his side. He trusted God to deal with those had wronged him and he forgave those who deserted him. In all of it, he had faith that the Lord Jesus Christ had faithfully sustained him. May we have that same confidence in God to work in our lives and keep us from stumbling, and may we keep running the race He has set before us.
    Scripture: II Timothy 4:9-22
  • Sep 30, 2018Carry On
    Sep 30, 2018
    Carry On
    Series: UNBOUND
    Paul knew his life was coming to end, so he challenged Timothy to carry the torch and follow his example. During his life, Paul endured much hardship, but he persevered to the end. He held onto the hope of seeing Jesus, and that hope in the finished work of Christ on the cross helped sustain him throughout his ministry. This same challenge is given to all of us. May we fight the good fight and accomplish all the works Christ has for us, namely spreading the Good New of Jesus. Scripture: II Timothy 4:5-8
  • Sep 23, 2018The Preserving Power of Preaching
    Sep 23, 2018
    The Preserving Power of Preaching
    Series: UNBOUND
    In Paul's final words to Timothy, he gave him a weighty command to preach the word at all times. During Timothy's day, many people sought out teachers that would tell them only what they wanted to hear, not what they needed to hear. We can easily fall into that trap and, as a result, wander off into false teachings. May we diligently seek Jesus through studying His Word, and may we be open and willing to accept correction knowing that it's making us more like Jesus.
    Scripture: II Timothy 4:1-4
  • Sep 16, 2018Sustaining Our Faith In Difficult Days
    Sep 16, 2018
    Sustaining Our Faith In Difficult Days
    Series: UNBOUND
    Contrary to the deceptive disciples Paul mentioned previously, Timothy exhibited the characteristics of a true follower of Jesus. He learn from Paul's life and grew in his faith as a result of Paul discipleship in Timothy's life. As believers, we need be in discipling relationships so that we can grow more in our walk with Christ. The times of suffering in Paul's life were used to help build his faith in Christ, and the more we immerse ourselves in God's Word, the more we can trust in God's character and His promises in difficult days.
    Scripture: II Timothy 3:10-17
  • Sep 9, 2018The Danger of Deceptive Disciples
    Sep 9, 2018
    The Danger of Deceptive Disciples
    Series: UNBOUND
    As Paul continued in his letter to Timothy, he warned him to be aware of the deceptive disciples that had crept into the church. These people appeared to be godly men, but were practicing sin and leading people astray. Churches are often known for judging people outside of the church, but Scripture tells us to examine within the church and practice church discipline, when necessary. When we lovingly speak truth into each others' lives, we will help keep the church from being led away by false teachers. We must trust God's providence that even though people may try to lead others away from sound doctrine, that they will not have the final victory in light of eternity. God's purpose for the Church will come to pass.
    Scripture: II Timothy 3:1-9
  • Sep 2, 2018J E S U S : Son of God
    Sep 2, 2018
    J E S U S : Son of God
    In John's Gospel, he wrote with the purpose that we would believe that Jesus is the Son of God, completely equal and fully God in every essence of God's being. He also desired that many people would believe and have life in Jesus' name. John began his Gospel with those themes in mind and started laying the foundation for the deity of Christ. Jesus Christ is the eternally existent Word of God that created the entire Universe. He created all physical life, sustains all physical life, and breathes spiritual life into lifeless souls and shines in darkened hearts. May we testify of the majesty of who Christ is and declare the Good News of all He's done.
    Scripture: John 1:1-8
 
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NEXT STEPS

At Refuge Church, we believe that everyone has a next step they need to take in their relationship with Jesus Christ. Whether you have never taken that first step of salvation, or you are actively growing in your walk with Christ, please feel free to use these resources to help you be obedient to Jesus.
 
 
REFUGE CHURCH
Church Office Address:
8480 Honeycutt Rd.
Suite 200
Raleigh, NC 27615
Office Phone Number:
919-714-7437
 
Mailing Address:
PO Box 98463
Raleigh NC 27624
Email: admin@refugenc.org
 
THE STORY
If you would like to know more about the story of redemption and what the gospel means, please view this short video.
 
Everything we do at Refuge Church is made possible by God’s infinite grace and the generous giving of God’s people.
 
From the start of humanity, God instituted giving as a means of worship. Abel brought the best of his produce as an offering to God. Abraham was willing to give his son as a demonstration of worship. The people of Israel gave their possessions to build the Tabernacle. Paul received financial gifts from various churches he ministered at to fund his pastoral and missional work.
 
When we give to God’s mission and the work of His people through His people, we are making an eternal investment that will not come back empty.
 
 
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