RH Equip

Redemption Hill Church exists to cultivate Gospel-Centered, Grace-Driven, and Mission-Minded people; and one aspect of cultivating disciples involves the particular ministry of equipping (Ephesians 4:11-12, Hebrews 13:20-21). RH Equip is a series of interactive courses intended to help anyone at Redemption Hill Church apply gospel riches to their own lives, and to help others do the same.

Upcoming Courses

Send | Global Missions

Are you interested in understanding why God cares so much about global missions? Join us beginning Sunday, February 28th.

Courses

Anger and the God of Peace

Using David Powlison’s book Good and Angry: Redeeming Anger, Irritation, Complaining, and Bitterness, we explore the sources and effects of our everyday and acute anger.

Anxiety and the God of Rest

Using Ed Welch’s book Running Scared: Fear, Worry, and the God of Rest, we explore the sources and effects of our everyday and acute anxiety.

Apologetics

We take time to search our hearts for lingering questions or doubts about the gospel, and equip ourselves to work reasons for belief into our conversations with new and not-yet-believers.

The CBR Seminar

An introduction to the Community Bible Reading journal which helps us encourage one another in reading and praying God’s Word, seeing Jesus in all of scripture, and experiencing richer community together.

Church History

What do I really need to know? How can it help me today? How can it prepare me for the future? This course looks at the major movements in the history of the church.

Desperate Devotion

Do you feel disoriented and despairing? Are you paralyzed and prayerless? This course looks at both the practice of prayer, and the promise it affords us as we draw closer to God in our desperate need for him.

Everyday Church

A course exploring our calling to an ordinary life with gospel intentionality, using 1 Peter and Tim Chester and Steve Timmis’ Everyday Church.

Everyday Doctrine

An introduction to key Bible doctrines that will inspire those new to theology proper, and experienced students alike.

Financial Peace University

Designed to help you achieve your financial goals by showing you how to eliminate debt, save for the future, and give like never before.

The Gospel at Work

What is God’s purpose for my work? How should the gospel change the way I do my job? Using The Gospel at Work, this course explores how to think biblically, live wisely, and act practically in our workplace.

Gospel-Centered Theology

A course on learning how to read the Bible as one story that culminates in the person and work of Christ, so that every part of Scripture is understood in relation to Christ.

Gospel Fluency

Using Jeff Vanderstelt’s book Gospel-Fluency: Speaking the Truths of Jesus into the Everyday Stuff of Life, this course helps us understand our own experience of God’s grace.

Healthy Tensions

A course that seeks to examine the number of seemingly paradoxical ways to worship God when we gather together, and how our call as worshippers of God isn’t just to be “balanced” in our approach to Sunday morning, but to become more faithful.

How People Change

A course that explores the fundamentals of grace-driven change that leads to greater joy and Christ-likeness, using Paul Tripp’s How People Change, and putting into practice the Heat, Thorns, Cross, Fruit model.

How to Study the Bible

This class will pull from best practices and methods for studying the bible, with the hope of equipping you both for personal study, and for teaching others.

Instruments

This course is for anyone who wants to be equipped to help others, and for those who have particular interest in being matched with those in the church seeking peer-to-peer help with particular struggles.

Marriage

This course on marriage focuses on how we root our marriage in worship, how grace helps us to love one another, how we graciously deal with disappointments, and how can we have better communication about things that matter.

None Like Him

Following Jen Wilkin’s book None Like Him: 10 Ways God Is Different from Us (And Why That’s a Good Thing), this course looks at how different God is from us, and how remembering his attributes can affect us in our everyday lives.

Prayer

Designed to equip you to pray with more purpose and expectation of the power of God’s grace, and inspire you to pray daily with practical tools, and be encouraged to approach God in every crisis.

Revival

This course looks at the context and impact of the great movements of God, with particular focus on how believers and not-yet-believers respond, and the impact they have on the culture.

Rhythms of Grace

A course that explores the primary rhythms God has given us to conform to Christ, and how these proven practices help us respond well to God’s grace.

Sadness

Using Ed Welch’s book Depression: Looking Up from the Stubborn Darkness, we explore what’s at the heart of our particular chronic, circumstantial, or seasonal melancholy, and apply God’s gracious comfort where we need it most.

Side-by-Side

Why do we struggle to respond well to people that are hurting? Using Ed Welch’s book Side by Side: Walking with Others in Wisdom and Love, we look to how we wisely help someone with ongoing comfort and support?

Theology as Biography

We are wired by the Great Storyteller to find our ultimate fulfillment in the Greatest Story ever told. For that reason, biographies serve to help us understand the way God worked in those who have gone before us. This is the story of Hannah More.

Theology as Biography

We are wired by the Great Storyteller to find our ultimate fulfillment in the Greatest Story ever told. For that reason, biographies serve to help us understand the way God worked in those who have gone before us. This is the story of William Carey.

This is a Bible

Using Tim Challies’ A Visual Theology Guide to the Bible: Seeing and Knowing God’s Word, this course explores the story of the biblical canon, the reliability of ancient sources, and the beauty of the bible’s organization and unifying story.

#Trending

This course on Christian Thinking for Gracious Discourse gives an overview of the most important topics trending today: politics, culture wars, economic systems, gender issues, social justice, race, and more.