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  • Words of Grace – As You Come to Jesus

    A good phrase evokes a beautiful image. So it is when I read the Apostle Peter’s words to dispersed Christians in the first century. “As you come to him.” (1 Peter 2:4) Given the context of this phrase, we can see the beauty of God’s saving work and the nature...

  • Words of Grace – Joy in the Grace Mission of God

    As I read through the book of Acts this week I was struck by the joy that comes from the grace mission of God. In the fifteenth chapter of Acts, two missionaries, Paul and Barnabas, were traveling through cities where new Christians lived “describing in detail the conversion of Gentiles.”...

  • Words of Grace – Joseph’s Faith and Joy

    I remember when I heard the news that I would be a father. I was sitting in a seminary classroom just before the end of the lecture when I looked out the window and saw Beth driving into the campus parking lot. This was unusual. I knew something was up....

  • Words of Grace – Your Weekend Prayers

    According to Jesus, the evidence that there is faith on earth is that his people are praying (Luke 18:1-8). Is there faith at Grace Community Church? Yes, if we are praying. Join me in prayer before we gather on Sunday to prepare our hearts, and again as we gather on...

  • Words of Grace – The Kingdom of God and Our Congregation

    What is the kingdom of God? Is it our local congregation, your family, or a particular nation on earth? Is the kingdom of God within human consciousness or is it a place we go on pilgrimage? These are just a few of the many questions about the kingdom of God...

  • 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...