This past Sunday, we were to head north to spend time with a congregation of friends in a small rural town on the plains of Dakota. That service was postponed due to weather. We look forward to rescheduling. These folks love the Lord and the testimony of this group of believers is known far and wide. Oh no… they are not “mega” in the sense of the word that we speak of churches today. But they are mega in their desire to serve the Lord in any way that He leads. RBR has made it a practice to not ask any group for financial support and all told there are just a handful of congregations that support financially on a regular basis. However, this group of Christ followers has chosen to join with us to advance the kingdom of Christ together. We have been encouraged numerous times by folks in this congregation to continue on and finish strong. What a joy it will be to share with them what God is doing at Rainbow Bible Ranch and also join together in fellowship. We know God is using this team effort to His glory.

We so appreciate each person that is part of the team of RBR. I want to thank you for your contribution to the ministry.

Larry ReinholdComment

The past week brought some great opportunities and privileges. This past Tuesday, I conducted a funeral service in honor of the life and memory of an elderly lady that lived a full nine plus decades on this earth. Her family has been friends for as long as I can remember. My heart is nearly overwhelmed when I am asked to be a part of a memorial service, especially when the deceased here has simply crossed over into the arms of Jesus. The realization and reality of eternal life through Christ is amazing.

On Friday, I spoke in a chapel service of a local school. Now this ranks high on my list of privileges. When you stand before a bunch of kids and you see those beaming faces and twinkling eyes and many of them know you from camp… well, it is quite an experience. As I have been doing for nearly 40 years, I tell the kids of numerous reasons why we would love to have them as guests at RBR this summer. I generally try to do more than a commercial though. I want to leave them with a biblical perspective on something that I have encountered in my walk with Christ. Yes, I look forward to seeing many of these kids at camp and yes, I generally leave with a little more spring in my step since their youthfulness is good for one’s soul.

For the Kids… For the Kingdom,

Larry ReinholdComment

You tell me how every single woman in the audience can stand to their feet and clap their hands when President Trump talks about the all time high of woman in the workforce, and the record number of woman in congress... but then when he addresses the sex trafficking, and the crime and drugs that illegal immigrants are bringing to our country they act like it's not even an issue. Or how about protecting the unborn? Do not even tell me that's a woman's right and her choice. These woman in congress do not care about these so called "rights" they claim to be "fighting" for. They care about themselves. Selfish, ignorant, prideful woman. They are not striving for leadership, they are fighting for power. They put others down, only to elevate themselves.

How have we become so cold and heartless? How have we become so divided and broken? How have we come so far from truth?

Molly ReinholdComment