"Our new pastors, Pastors John and Ann Hollar are truly ambassadors of the truth of Salvation by Faith in the work of Christ. They and their family have planted and grown many churches over the years and have served faithfully at Christ for the Nation Institute in Dallas, TX."
The River was founded over ten years ago as "River of Life Christian Fellowship" by Pastors Doug and Vicki Lott. The ministry was directed at bringing the grace of God to people. Over the last few years, under the leadership of Pastors Curtis and Joy Coker and under the teaching of the gospel of grace, peace, and Christ's righteousness, the church flourished and grew. We experienced a powerful renewal, not of religion, but of relationship and freedom.
By the leading of the Holy Spirit, we recently sent Pastor Curtis and Joy out to continue to expand the ministry. They are now in St. Cloud Minnesota where they have begun a new ministry also called The River. We are thankful for the ministry they have did in there time with us and very excited to be a part of the ministry they are doing in Minnesota.
Our new pastors, Pastors John and Ann Hollar are truly ambassadors of the truth of Salvation by Faith in the work of Christ. They and their family have planted and grown many churches over the years and have served faithfully at Christ for the Nation Institute in Dallas, TX.
It's amazing to see where God is taking our church family. We hope you don't just come to church but that you truly partner in what God is doing here and everywhere around you.
We are so excited about Treasure cove. Take a look at this little video from the launch day!Read More
Recently, we were very grateful to have guest speaker Marty Gabler and his wife Kathy Gabler with us. If you were there Sunday, I’m sure you were very blessed by his encouragement and the prophetic words that went out. One of the biggest things that I, personally, brought out of Marty’s message was this: God [...]Read More
You've probably recognized the phenomenon before. Maybe you were working with the same person for months without bringing up the subject, but all along you were thinking, "This person has got to be a Christian." Then one day, you ask and find out that you were right all along.Read More