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  • Words of Grace: Your Weekend Prayers for Renewal

    We have begun our journey through the book of Malachi and down the road to renewal. This Sunday, we will continue with the second of six messages in this series. From Malachi 1:6-14, we will consider true worship and honor for the name of the LORD. This weekend, join me...

  • Words of Grace: The Road to Renewal

    The Old Testament prophet Malachi shows us that we can carry out religious rituals without having our hearts renewed in love for God. When Malachi rebukes the people of God for this sin, he points to the way of spiritual renewal. This Sunday at Grace, we will begin a series...

  • Words of Grace: Prayer and The Guiding Principles of Grace Community Church

    Change is constant but the foundations remain. Grace Community Church is experiencing change, and will continue to do so. It is important that we remember the foundations given to us by God so we will continue to honor him in our congregational life together. The Guiding Principles of Grace are...

  • Words of Grace: In the Ministry

    A recent conversation surfaced a common issue many Christians face. My friend said he struggled for years wondering if he should “go into the ministry” as a way to best live out his devotion to Christ. The interesting thing about my friend is that he does not want to work...

  • Words of Grace: Alone and Together

    Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote two books in which he discussed the call of Christ both to the individual and to the congregation (The Cost of Discipleship and Life Together). He said that Christ calls the individual alone, but that individual does not remain alone. Bonhoeffer gave us a helpful understanding of...

  • Words of Grace: Follow Jesus Where?

    A strange thing has happened since Jesus first told his disciples that he would always be with them. The promise of Jesus’ presence has been separated from his command to go make disciples of all nations. The Lord is with his people always and everywhere. But, have you noticed how...