Grace Baptist Church exists to make maturing followers of Jesus Christ. Today we’re going to look at the missional side of this purpose statement and be reminded that growth first begins with birth.
Have you ever considered what the Easter story sounds like to someone who has no Bible or religious background? Today, we’re going to take a look at this story as if we’ve never heard it and explain why it is so important to our faith.
Sammy from Galilee will be sharing about life in Israel during the time of Jesus
Pastor Bear will be sharing his history: from his early childhood, to his conversion and how God led him to Grace.
In his closing to this lengthy letter written to the church at Rome, Paul describes two different types of people who can be found in any church. Some we know as saints. Others should be known as scoundrels. Paul greets the first and warns us of the second. This dichotomy is important for us to […]
The passage we are studying today is almost a summary of the book of Romans: Christ became a servant, as God promised, so all could glorify God, be filled with hope and joy through faith, and live by the power of the Holy Spirit. This passage reminds us that God will keep His promises and […]
God, after instructing us that our differences in opinions are not worth fighting over, now instructs us to set aside our opinions, and subsequent actions based upon our opinions, if it offends a brother. In other words, God tells us to stop pushing buttons!
It’s easy to do what you want; to justify your own actions, and live by your own standards. It’s also easy to look down on others who aren’t living by your standards. The truth is, the Christian life isn’t like Burger King. You can’t, “Have it your way.” In Romans 14, God challenges all of […]
Sharing from Psalm 23 and current events.
In Luke 2, the angel announces three purposes for Christ’s birth. This Christmas season we are going to study each of these purposes and be reminded of what Christmas is really about.