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  • Words of Grace – Communion – September 11, 2020

    Dear Congregation, This Sunday at Grace we will share the Lord’s Supper, also known as Communion. This will be the first time since March that we have observed this ordinance of the church together. We look forward to resuming our regular practice of remembering and proclaiming the Lord’s death until...

  • Words of Grace – Do You Agree with God? – September 4, 2020

    The Apostles’ Creed begins with the words, “I believe in God…” It then goes on to affirm the trinitarian nature of God as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Asking Christians to affirm this belief seems a bit like asking a bird to affirm the sky or a fish to affirm...

  • Words of Grace – What About Sin? – August 28, 2020

    What About Sin? As soon as Paul wrote in Romans 5 that where sin increases, grace abounds all the more, the questions arose, “What about sin and the Christian? Does a Christian continue in sin in light of God’s grace? Do we sin as a way of showing how abundant is...

  • Words of Grace – How to Pray… Now – July 31, 2020

    How to Pray…Now In March of this year, our world changed. Due to coronavirus, work, school, church, and many other parts of our lives either stopped happening or were drastically altered. When this happened, our prayers reflected these changes. We prayed for medicines and a vaccine to combat the virus,...

  • Words of Grace – Drifting – July 17, 2020

    There are two ways we find ourselves far from what we know to be true and good. One way is by making a big, decisive move to another position and place. The other way is to drift there. Drifting can be the result of many mini-decisions away from where we...

  • Words of Grace – Time is Opportunity – July 10, 2020

    In a few hours I will attend the grave-side service of Lee Anderton, the oldest member of Grace Community Church. Lee died this week at 101 years of age.   When I met Lee and he joined our congregation, he was already in his mid-eighties. I quickly learned that Lee’s mental...