What does God desire for Grace? While we know that mission of the Church never changes, the method for accomplishing that mission often does change. In this season of Grace, we are asking God for clarity regarding what is to be our contribution to the mission of the Church.
During His ministry, Jesus performed many miracles, all of which were done for a reason beyond just the specific need at that time. These miracles revealed His power, and the purpose of that power. In this series, we look at five of these miracles, as recorded in the Gospel of John.
At Grace, we have the privilege of being able to support nearly 80 full-time Global Outreach workers who are ministering all around the world. International Sunday is our opportunity focus on what God is doing through their ministries.
It's often the small, unseen things in life which lead to the big, visible differences that inspire us and the people around us. For us to experience the big differences, we must begin by focusing in on the small things and ask God to bring about those changes in each of our lives.
Regardless of how far we've come, we believe that God always has more in store for us. In this series, we look to the life of Elisha for examples of situations that appeared difficult, but where God said, "there's more."
How do we engage God with all of our heart, in worship through singing and other methods? How do we as God's people cry out to Him in prayer from our hearts and not just our minds? This series addresses both of these topics.