Joe Ewan
Rob McArthur
In this weeks message, Pastor Rob delves into what it means for the church to be a family. He uses the familiar passage of 1 Corinthians to pull out some key behaviours for us as believers.
Chris Bennett
Rob McArthur
In his message today, Pastor Rob uses the story of Elijah and Elisha to illustrate the point of how we need to Ask, Seek and Know God's plans and purposes for our lives.
Krisitn Bivins and Mare Pack
Kristin and Mare share testimony at Women United's supper evening. Both from Texas, they are presently serving the River church in Banff. We apologise for the quality of this recording.
Roxanne McArthur
In today's message, Roxanne; Pastor Rob's wife; shares stories from her personal journey with Jesus to encourage the local church to walk in faith and impact their community.
Paul Adamson
After having heard from the Lord, Paul shares on submission and authority. He delves into the varying aspects of both to help unearth what submission to authority looks like. To trust, accept and support.
Rob Mcarthur - River Banff
Isaiah was called, cleansed and commissioned by God to go and share His word with the people. Will we respond, like Isaiah, to God's call on our lives and say 'Here I am, send me'?
Rob McArthur
Pastor Rob teaches on the story of Peter stepping out of the boat, he reminded us that "Something is Stirring"! Will we be a people that jump into all that God has for us?
John Strachan
John exhorts the church, using the example of Mordecai from the book of Esther, to see that God works in the lives of His people; no matter where they think they are in their life. That God's plan for our lives is there to be found out and that our past does not define our future.
Joe Ewen - River Churches
Just as on the day of Pentecost the wind of the Spirit changes us, empowers us and unifies us for the purpose of sharing Christ with a lost world. Stephen Finnie, together with his wife Kirsty, is then affirmed in the role of Associate Pastor of River Church Elgin.
Sarah Ewen
In this weeks sermon, Sarah Ewen exhorts the church to take hold of their freedom in 2018. Using the story of Peter in Acts 12 and stories from her own life, Sarah stirs up courage and faith for us to all walk out in freedom.