Dennis Jeffery, Superintendent
Leadership Summit July 14-15
- This year's Leadership Summit is at Colorado Christian University. You can register on-line at theriverconfernce.org or by clicking on the Leadership Summit registration button found in this email. All pastors and delegates need to attend.
- Superintendent's Search Committee will report on the Superintendent's transition updating the conference on this process.
- Dr. Preston Sprinkle, author of "People to Be Loved", will be speak on sexual wholeness.
Assistant Superintendents and District Leaders
In an effort to better serve the churches, pastors and congregations of TRC, we now have two Assistant Superintendents and five District Leaders. TRC encompasses a wide area of the country literally spanning from Canada to Mexico. These gifted individuals are a blessing and will help TRC grow in our Vision and Mission.
Serving the Columbia River Region is Dave McGarrah, pastor of Deer Flat Church in Caldwell, ID. The Rocky Mountain and Texas Region will be covered by Scotty Priest, pastor of Journey Church in Colorado.
Spokane District: James Leman
Boise District: Salomon Ruano and Doug Roberts
Rocky Mountain District: Travis Waits
Dallas District: Angela Castilla
Please send your Easter worship attendance, number of people born again, and any special Easter praises to TRC's office so that we can share your joy and glorify God for how He is growing His church.
TRC Mexico Mission
October 15-21, 2017
Join TRC on their Mexico Mission trip 2017 where we will build a home for a family in need.
|Evening of October 15th
||Arrive in Ensenada
|October 16 through 19
||Build the home
|Afternoon of October 19
||Dedicate the home
||Local Ministry Day
||Cross the border and head home
The cost is $275 for lodging and meals. Travel to and from San Diego is not included. Arrangements can be made for pick-up and drop off from San Diego's airport. Contact the River Conference Office for more information..
TRC Army Chaplain Update
Major Anthony Randall makes it into Sports Illustrated. How many of us can say that? An article by Luke Winn on Gonazaga's Men's Basketball team was published in the April 4, 2017 edition.
"The trip was run by an Army Special Forces chaplain, Anthony Randall, and it was the brainchild of the Zags' strength and conditioning coach, Travis Knight, and their team psychologist, Jon Hammermeister. And the Zags were no ordinary campers. Their coach, Mark Few, dropped in on them and found them to be "such wusses, out there in the woods," that he worried: "How could they possibly be tough?" Or as Knight puts it, "Most of the guys who only own designer jeans were struggling."