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  • Words of Grace – Thanksgiving for Future Grace

    With great thanksgiving I am happy to announce that this week our congregation gave and pledged 2.8 million dollars toward the Future Grace Giving Campaign. We can all be grateful for the way God has worked among us and provided needed funds for future ministry. The Sunday night singing and...

  • Words of Grace – How to Think About How to Give

    In this final week of the Future Grace giving campaign, many of you are asking how to think about how to give? How do you discern and come to a decision about your offering and pledge to the facility expansion at Grace? Let me share with you the process Beth...

  • Words of Grace – Where We Are in The Future Grace Process

    I have returned from Eastern Europe where I spent several days with friends, pastors and church planters. Thank you for praying for me. How encouraging it was to see the good news of Jesus being communicated so clearly and received by so many. To see these believers joyfully gathered in...

  • Words of Grace – God’s Glory, The Growth of The Church, and The Need of The City

    As you receive this Words of Grace in your inbox, I am in another country. I am visiting some friends of Grace, pastors who are planting and leading churches. I’ve been asked to share my thoughts on church planting, discipleship, and leadership. And, I’ll preach in two churches on Sunday....

  • Words of Grace – What to Do the First Week of Future Grace

    The Future Grace Giving Campaign is here. During this first week, I encourage you to engage in two ways – inform yourself and pray. Future Grace is a giving campaign, and we will take an offering and make a pledge. But more than that, this is a season for spiritual...

  • Words of Grace – Your Weekend Prayers

    I’ve talked to many people who have had a similar experience in prayer – a wandering mind and disengaged heart. And, like me, they gave up after a few minutes and went on to other pressing things. But could it be that we have missed fellowship with Christ and a...