Diane's Story

A godly marriage is a reflection of the Gospel, of supernatural unity and love. When a couple receives Christ into their lives and their relationship, others will see the solidarity, health and purity, and glorify God. Read Diane’s story of how God is progressively changing her marriage.

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Ephesians Reading Plan

We're excited to announce that in July 2018 we're going through Ephesians as a church. Our pastors will be working their way through the book each Sunday in July. In addition, we've created a short, 13-day reading plan so you too can study the book for yourself. 

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Micah's Story

At Grace we see lives changed and here’s why, “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come” (2 Corinthians 5:17). Here is Micah’s story of the start of a new life in Jesus.

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The Forgiveness of God Runs Deep

On the surface, the ever-popular Bible story of Jonah and the whale is loaded with tension, drama, action and dangerous extremes. It’s easy to miss it’s deeper truths which contrasts human nature with God’s nature. The shallow side of our own human nature has judged Jonah as cowardly, hardheaded, disobedient prophet but overlooked the glaring truth that we, too, are just like Jonah. 

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6 Ways Jonah Reveals The Gospel

Are you ever slightly confused by the Bible? When we read Old Testament stories, there are many life lessons to learn and wisdom to glean from, but we should be learning more about Jesus as the ultimate hero. The whole Bible gives context for the story of Jesus. Jesus is the hero of every story. The book of Jonah is no different. Here are 6 ways Jonah reveals the Gospel. 

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Fathomless Love

God commissioned Jonah the task of preaching repentance “or else” destruction to the inhabitants of Nineveh, capital of Assyria (Jonah 1:1). Rather than obey the command of the Lord, Jonah fled toward the city of Tarshish, in an attempt to shake his assignment, and God: “But Jonah ran away from the Lord and headed for Tarshish. He went down to Joppa, where he found a ship bound for that port. After paying the fare, he went aboard and sailed for Tarshish to flee from the Lord” (Jonah 1:3). Evading God translates to running from the call to share the Gospel. But running from our divine duties doesn’t stop God nor His will being done.

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“I was paralyzed from the neck down.”

Fear can strike in myriad situations, but we are encouraged from 2 Timothy 1:7 "for God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control.” When we hear things that rock our world or shake our faith, we can be sure that God loves us. “But how does that help me in my pain, disappointment or sorrow?” you may ask. When we feel pain at any level, our minds can immediately switch to worry mode, imagining the worst of things—rejection, poverty, loss, death, etc.

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