Rich Hill Christian Church Podcast



The sermons/services of Rich Hill Christian Church in Rich Hill, Missouri


  • Lift My Eyes (Psalm 121)

    Lift My Eyes (Psalm 121)


    Where does our help come from? The psalmist answers this question and directs us to turn our attention, to fix our gaze, to lift our eyes to the Lord--our one true Help.

  • A Christmas Psalm (Psalm 46)

    A Christmas Psalm (Psalm 46)


    God offers security, stability, and salvation to His people through Jesus Christ. Oh, the Good News of Jesus Christ--our security, stability, and salvation!

  • Tell Their Story (Psalm 107)

    Tell Their Story (Psalm 107)


    In the second part of Psalm 107, we see how the LORD uses both adversity and prosperity to accomplish His purposes in our lives. Per the repeated command in Psalm 107, church members both young and old tell their story and tell why they are thankful.

  • The Redeemed of the Lord (Psalm 107)

    The Redeemed of the Lord (Psalm 107)


    Dixie Vodry sings "I Want a Mansion" before the sermon. Redeemed People are Thankful People. Redeemed people can say that the Lord satisfies, sets free, saves, and sees through all those who belong to Him.

  • How Long, Lord? (Psalm 13)

    How Long, Lord? (Psalm 13)


    David wrote this psalm to lead us in lament, prayer, and praise. In six short verses, we learn how to approach the Lord in all aspects of life.

  • Scoundrel (Luke 16)

    Scoundrel (Luke 16)


    Donya Bridgewater sings "Feel the Nails" prior to the sermon. Randy looks at Jesus' parable in Luke 16 to conclude our revival.

  • Lost (Luke 15)

    Lost (Luke 15)


    Don Swope sings "His Eye is On the Sparrow" prior to the sermon. We look at the parable Jesus tells in Luke 15--all three chapters (the lost sheep, the lost coin, and the lost son).

  • Prayer (Luke 11)

    Prayer (Luke 11)


    Dixie Lee Vodry sings "Old Roman Soldier" prior to the sermon. In this Bible study through the New Testament, Randy leads us to an understanding that maybe we've prayed incorrectly, maybe we've been praying for the wrong things, and encourages us to pray Biblical prayers.

  • Repentance (Isaiah 30)

    Repentance (Isaiah 30)


    Randy speaks about repentance--the popular understanding and the Biblical understanding. Repentance is always a relational story; it's God saying, "Return to Me."

  • Love (Luke 7)

    Love (Luke 7)


    Meghann Case sings "I Choose Jesus" prior to the sermon. How do we love God? What does it take to love? Randy gives us the two keys to love God.

  • Praise (Psalm 8)

    Praise (Psalm 8)


    Meghann Case sings "Your Great Name" prior to the sermon. In Psalm 8, David teaches us, encourages us, exhorts us to praise the LORD - creation inspires praise and His care for us ought to move us to praise Him. O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is Your Name in all the earth!

  • Be Not Dismayed (Psalm 2)

    Be Not Dismayed (Psalm 2)


    The world plots. The Lord laughs. The King rules. The invitation stands.

  • The Congregation of the Righteous (Psalm 1)

    The Congregation of the Righteous (Psalm 1)


    Psalm 1 covers the primary things, the first things; the stuff of utmost importance.

  • Help from the Psalms

    Help from the Psalms


    An introduction to the book of Psalms and the help they give to us as God's people. We desperately need the Psalms to orient our thoughts and minds, to direct us Godward.

  • Wanderers (James 5:19-20)

    Wanderers (James 5:19-20)


    We come to the end of James' letter and its abrupt ending. Those who wander and those who are lost need us, God's people, to care enough about them, to love them enough to bring them back from the way of error, back to the Truth.

  • Prayer (James 5:13-18)

    Prayer (James 5:13-18)


    James discusses the "when", the "how", and the "why" of prayer.

  • Godward (James 5:13-14)

    Godward (James 5:13-14)


    James instructs us on what our prayer life should look like, and reveals the ways in which we neglect prayer. James makes it clear that everything is meant to direct us Godward.

  • Missionary Presentation (Ruth 1-4)

    Missionary Presentation (Ruth 1-4)


    Listen to a wonderful sermon and sharing from some of our newly supported church missionaries. Hear their heart for the Muslim population and commit to praying for them each day.

  • Truth (James 5:12)

    Truth (James 5:12)


    James echoes his brother, Jesus, telling us not to swear oaths. We who belong to Christ must speak with characteristic truth in all things as we represent our Lord.

  • Patience, Part 2 (James 5:7-11)

    Patience, Part 2 (James 5:7-11)


    James tells us to be patient, and gives us three examples, three patient people who will teach us to be patient: the farmer, the prophets, and Job.

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