“Rock Harbor,” as the damn liberal media always mistakenly calls it) is all grown up. The Costa Mesa church that was the hippest among Orange County church hoppers when it exploded on the scene in 1997 has settled into a comfy-cozy multi-generational ministry that serves up standard evangelical fare.
McWatters continued a series called The Story of God–an overview of the Bible with an emphasis on God's plan to reconcile men to himself through Jesus Christ. On this night, McWatters took a wide-angle look at the Book of Malachi. Malachi was a prophet, and the author of the last book in the Old Testament canon. He wrote 400 years before John the Baptist became the hype man for Jesus. Through the prophet, God called the Israelites to repent of their religous hypcocrisy and spiritual complacency.
Rock Harbor meets every Saturday at 6 p.m., and every Sunday at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. at 345 Fischer Ave., Costa Mesa, (714) 384-0914; www.rockharbor.org