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Sermons

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    When a Church Goes All In
    Mike Yoder—May 28

    Are we willing to go big and go broke, in order to go forward with the Great Commission?

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    Deployment Discovery
    Dustin Speaks—May 21

    Jesus has a claim and a calling on the rest of your life. Are you discovering the details of enlistment?

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    Families on Mission
    Mike Yoder—May 14

    Godly parents raise their children on purpose—to release them for God’s Great Commission.

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    The Task at Hand
    Dan Green—May 7

    The Gospel to the nations requires strategic engagement.

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    Marching Orders
    Mike Yoder—April 30

    From whom are you taking your life’s marching orders?

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    You’re Not Alone
    Mike Yoder—April 23

    The Spirit of Jesus in you is better than the resurrected Jesus with you.

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    Who Are You Looking For?
    Mike Yoder—April 16

    The Risen Jesus stands before you. Do you clearly see Him? Are you appropriately responding to Him?

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    Examining Life’s Bucket List
    Mike Yoder—April 9

    Jesus came for a purpose like none other. His invitation offers us a life like none other.

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    The Triumph and Freedom of Christ
    Zac Hess—April 2

    We triumph in the triumph of Christ.

Pastors’ Blog

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    The Mission and New Leaders
    Zac Hess—May 29

    Our vision at Grace includes New Life, New Growth, New Leaders, and New Churches. We love having college interns around and it is one way we seek to fulfill this call of investing in new leaders.

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    A Humble Continuity
    Beau Stanley—May 26

    A degree of adaptation and change is appropriate as decades and generations come and go, but it seems wise to temper our passion for progress with humility as we look simultaneously to the past and the future.

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    The Starting Points
    Dustin Speaks—May 24

    Before we worry about God’s specific calling on our lives and the slice of the Great Commission He’s calling us to pursue, let’s make sure we are engaging in the essential disciplines of a Great Commission Christian.

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    Adrift or Anchored?
    Gary Webb—May 19

    What informs your thoughts about who you are? What informs you on what to pursue for significance? What is it you are seeking to fulfill you? Answering these questions can be challenging.

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    A Glorious Confidence
    Danny Nathan—May 15

    God is glorified when I, overwhelmed by my sin and drowning in my incompetence in a darker place than I ever thought possible, come to Him anyway with confidence that He will receive me lovingly as the person He has declared me to be.

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    The Great Imbalance
    Dan Green—May 10

    It is estimated that by the year 2030, 85% of the followers of Jesus worldwide will be found in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The only thing that will diminish this celebration would be to know that 40% of the world remains unreached.

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    Screwtaping Shakespeare
    Danny Nathan—May 8

    Satan tells us “honest trifles.” He’s truthful about the possible gain of certain sinful actions, but he doesn’t tell us the whole story. The incredible destruction sin can cause is the real story of sin, but his temptations rave about only what we can get from sin.

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    The Number One Reason People Attend Church
    Zac Hess—May 5

    What’s the number one reason people go to church? Is it the music? Is it incredible children’s ministries? Is it various social activities provided? To these questions, the answer is “no.” The number one reason why people go to church is…

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    Why Does Church Membership Matter?
    Jonathan Wiley—May 1

    Through the years I’ve been asked the question, “Does church membership matter?” I’ve even asked the question myself. I mean, where in the Bible to we find a verse exhorting us to join an official church membership roll?

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    How to Apply Jesus’ Statement, “Judge Not, that Ye be Not Judged”
    Beau Stanley—April 28

    It’s pretty common to hear someone quote or paraphrase Matthew 7:1, in which Jesus says, “Judge not, that ye be not judged.“ Often the person quoting the passage is objecting to being criticized for his behavior.