Now Seeking: Full Time Executive Director

RCLI inspires, equips and releases Christian leaders in Richmond – and we’re searching for a new Executive Director to do just that: to inspire those who come into contact with RCLI about God’s heart for Richmond; to equip people by providing avenues to serve, give and work; and to release them to pursue God’s glory […]

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Introducing: Gina Maio, Interim Director

RCLI is pleased to announce the hire of Gina Maio as RCLI’s Interim Executive Director. Gina just last month concluded nine years of service as the Head of School for Church Hill Academy (CHA), a private, faith-based high school for under-performing youth living in the East End.  [CHA is a part of CHAT, Church Hill […]

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Leadership Legacy

RCLI has been blessed and honored to have Tim Holtz serving as Executive Director since he finished his own RCLI Class in 2009.  Tim has steered the organization to where it is today, exemplifying what it means to be a true servant leader. Starting in August, Tim will be transitioning to the role of Administrator at Richmond Hill, […]

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RCLI ’18 Commissioning Service

This year marks the Commissioning of RCLI’s 11th Class. The RCLI ’18 Class will be Commissioned Saturday, June 9 at 9:30am. Hosted at Third Church, this event is a special opportunity for the Class to celebrate the completion of the program with their friends and families. Similarly, the Commissioning offers the opportunity for RCLI Alumni […]

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Richmond’s Next Course Recap

Thank you to all the volunteers who decided to MAKE ROOM in their schedules to support our annual Richmond’s Next Course: RCLI’s Progressive Dinner.  Dozens of Alumni served in this capacity, with Jaime Woltz, ’16, serving as the Steering Committee Chair. Guests had the honor of hearing from featured presenters (Patrick Braford, ’11; Heidi Abbott, Esq.; Dr. Kimberly Ridley), visiting special […]

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RCLI ’18 March Session: Immigration

This month, RCLI ’18 Class members experienced the hospitality of local churches and ministries that serve immigrants from all over the world.  These special visits launched their session on “Immigration” and included the Christian Arabic Church, WBTK AM1380 Spanish Language Christian Radio, Tabernacle Baptist Church, and the African Evangelical International Ministry. On Saturday, the whole Class gathered […]

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RCLI ’18 February Session: Education

Now past the half-way point of their experience, RCLI ’18 Class members continue to challenge their perspectives and develop their skills as emerging Christian leaders.  Most recently, the Class explored Education, hosted at Crestwood Presbyterian Church. On Friday, the Class was welcomed by host pastor, Dr. Rob Burns, who talked about the importance of staying […]

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Volunteer Training

“It was such a treat to volunteer and serve the RCLI class of 2018. Much respect to [RCLI staff and volunteers] for all that you do behind the scenes to have things prepared for class participants and guest speakers. Thank you for your level of excellence and commitment to service and leadership. I strongly encourage […]

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RCLI ’18: Business in Society

The RCLI ’18 Class began the new year with its “Business in Society” session.  The Class started out on Friday at The Fahrenheit Group, under the guidance of emcee, Brian Broadway, RCLI board member.  Barrett Clark, ’14 started out the session by talking about the Institution of Business—setting the stage for the remainder of the […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Peyton Cox, ’16

RCLI continues to inspire, equip, and release our region’s emerging Christian leaders . . . like Peyton.  Enjoy a bit of his story.  As Peyton Cox, RCLI ’16, stepped out of RCLI’s year-long program, he was stepping into a new company as a Commercial Real Estate Broker.  He recalls that he did so confidently with […]

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