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If you are new to Grace, here is some introductory content on some of our core beliefs:
A nicer car. More square footage. A higher GPA. The next rung on the corporate ladder. A better-looking spouse. No matter what we have in life, we always think there's something a little better out there.
At Grace we believe God desires for us to be satisfied in Him – not in "stuff."
Join us for the sermon series, "Keeping up with the Joneses," beginning May 5, as we take a look at the things we think we want and how they are holding us back from the life God wants for us.
How did I get here? It’s a question many of us ask, not knowing how life got this screwed up. I’m broke. My second marriage is failing. No one will hire me. Everyone says I’m arrogant.
The crazy thing is, no one ever plans for life to be this way, and yet, oftentimes, our situations are preventable.
The Bible offers clear wisdom on how to keep yourself from ruining your life. Yes, there will be trials. There will always be struggles. And everything won’t always go your way. In fact, the Bible is clear that things won’t always be easy. But there are some things that – if we avoid them – we can keep them from ruining our lives.
Join us for the sermon series, “4 Ways to Ruin Your Life,” beginning April 7, as we take a look at what the Bible says about relationships, reputation, money and humility.
The calendar turns to a certain time of year and your thoughts immediately follow. The leaves fall, the air crisps and you start to think of football season. During this season, the rain falls, the days get longer, birds begin to chirp. Springtime has arrived, and suddenly you’re thinking about summer vacation. With springtime also comes the Easter season.
As this season approaches, people seem to think about things bigger than this life or this world. In fact, in the Christian calendar, the week leading up to Easter is referred to as “Holy Week.” It is in this week that we commemorate, remember and celebrate some of the most significant events – if not the most significant event – in Christianity. We believe Holy Week is a chance to look at some life-changing events and begin to be transformed by them.
Join us March 24-31 for our next series, Holy Week, as we think through the final hours of Jesus’ life, his crucifixion and his resurrection.
The two most important days of your life are the day you are born and the day you discover why. This book is for those who desire the answer to the “why” question, and this answer is only found by taking the Deeper Path.
In this transparent exploration of growth through adversity, Kary Oberbrunner shares his own story of overcoming self-injury, as well as examples from such varied realms as business, government, entertainment, education, and faith. With great compassion and clarity, he reveals a model of transformation that will help you move toward freedom and become a soul on fire.
Everyone loves a great story. Stories with good guys. Stories with bad guys. Stories of hope. Stories of rescue. Stories where we’re not sure if characters will make it through to the favorable resolution.
What if we told you that all those stories really originate from one story? And what if understanding that story helped you make sense of your life story? Have you ever just wondered how the Old Testament and New Testament connect?
Join us for our latest sermon series, The Big Picture (beginning Feb. 3), as we talk about the story of the Bible. The story that makes sense of the Old and New Testaments. The story that is the inspiration for all other great stories.
As a lifetime church-goer, I find the atmosphere of Grace Fellowship refreshing. I am free to worship as I feel led and was encouraged to serve without a 'trial period'. My relationship with and adoration for Jesus has been deepened by countless people and ministries. Grace Fellowship is our home!