We capped off Pray In May last Wednesday night by joining together for a Night of Prayer at each campus.  Fasting and praying reminds us of our dependence on God and unifies us as we pray together for our church, our neighbors, and our families. Throughout the month of May, we’ve prayed together as a church body for three things:  

1.  Workers for the Harvest – We want to pray that God would bring health and energy to the workers we already have, and we want to ask that He would bring more workers to join our mission as we fix our eyes on the future harvest. (Luke 10:2)

2.  U x 2– We want to pray for our own x2 individually, but then we also want to pray that God would make our church a place of real discipleship. We want to be a church that invites neighbors into depth of relationship with God and with others. (2 Timothy 2:2)

3.  Families – We want to pray specifically for our families. As Summer comes, we have a great opportunity to reset our rhythms and habits we had during the school year. We want to take advantage of this time and ask God to disciple our families in our homes. (Deuteronomy 6:2)

On Wednesday, we want our partners to be on the lookout for an email that will contain a survey.  This survey will give us insight into what you learned through praying this month, how God might be moving you as his disciple, and ways we can best partner together.




  • All students in our RADIUS Church family are heading to Camp Long thissummer! RADIUS Summer Camp is the perfect place for rising 7th – 12th grade students to get out of their regular summer rhythm, get to know great friends, and experience God in a way that will change their lives forever. From daily team competitions, an amazing ropes course to incredible worship and teaching – this is guaranteed to be the highlight of your summer! You don’t want to miss it!
  • Please send to the landing page to register.
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Now is a great time to learn more about RADIUS Church! Each of our campuses will be hosting a Discovery class in soon where you can learn more about who we are and ask any questions you might have. Complete the form linked below and we will get back to you soon!

It’s funny how we tend to look at a word like resilient and think of people who conquer things against the odds, who lead rebellions and revolutions, who overthrow the great powers.

As Christians, we have to use a word like resilient in a much, much different way.

In fact, resilience for us means total, wholehearted surrender.

In our new series, we will walk through the stories of men and women in the Bible who lived lives of resilience. These are characters who had every opportunity to be swayed by their beauty, money, position, influence, or sufferings, and yet remained resilient to the distractions of this world.

Despite their circumstances—whether positive or negative—their focus was set on one thing: the King of Kings.