Missed the announcements on Sunday? No worries! Catch up on everything happening at Grace with our video announcements.
Pastors Dave Nicodemus, Tim Waggoner, and Mike Yoder talk about who we are thankful for.
Our response – to the Gospel and God’s calling – is both invited and urgent. Are you a new person? Are you declaring the message?
Pastor Wiley continues in the book of 2 Corinthians. Looking at Chapter 5
Pastor Jim Custer explores 2 Corinthians 4:16–5:10
For followers of Jesus, dying is temporary and living is permanent. Both are present realities, and both reflect the Gospel treasure.
Pastor Mike Yoder and guest Pastor Florent Varak. God’s ambassadors radiate radically different mindsets, motivations, and (im)mortality because of their life in Christ.
God’s Spirit offers changed hearts and courageous lives. Are you evidence?
To be the authentic article, you must have the authentic Source.
We are the sight and smell of Jesus Christ to a dying world in need of a Savior.
Imagine you had accumulated unlimited wealth and power at a very young age. What kinds of things would you do, and what would you pursue with your life? How would you spend your time? Most importantly, do you think the things you’d pursue would make you happy and bring lasting satisfaction?
A wise man once said, “The mark of a mature believer is a thankful heart.” The Bible would confirm this statement, and Jesus would echo this truth. According to the account of the ten lepers in Luke, the ratio is just one out of ten.
Recent world events have begun a global discussion about refugees, immigration, terrorism, and global policy. Everyone seems to have an opinion on such matters and whether you’re at the water cooler or the steps of the U.S. Capitol, there’s a chance you’ve engaged in several of these discussions.
In case you haven’t heard: the holidays are upon us! Pastor Dustin and I, along with the pastoral staff at Grace, want to encourage you to think about ways you can use your time with others during Christmas and Thanksgiving to bring glory to God and lift up the name of Jesus.
In the wake of the recent attacks in Paris, much of our social discourse is in the midst of a collective wrestling match about immigrants. The current presidential primary campaign adds fuel to the proverbial fire.
This past summer, Jan and I have marveled at the flight patterns of sixteen hummingbirds in our backyard. We have observed their hovering, diving, darting, speeding, and periodic resting on a branch next to our hummingbird feeders.
I’m not sure what caused me to look down, but what a shock I got! You should have seen the trail I had left. Every step I took after parking the car in the garage was visible…ugly, but very visible.
Today we as a grateful nation pause to honor the men, women, and families who have provided and protected our country’s freedoms as part of our armed forces. Even though we live in an imperfect nation and a world deeply impacted by sin, we enjoy great privilege because our military excels at a very clear mission and is given to extraordinary sacrifice. Thank you!
As we think about the history of the Church and the enterprise of carrying out her mission to “Go and make disciples of all nations,” we inevitably think of the Apostle Paul, who was the first—and arguably the greatest—missionary of all.
Pastor Tim displays the heart of a shepherd and his deep love for Jesus through the things he is drawn to read. Leaders are readers, and they serve best when they’re not running on empty. Proverbs 15:22 says, “Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed.”
What does it mean to be the “aroma” of Christ? As Pastor Mike teaches from 2 Corinthians 2, he invites two families to share their “scent stories.” Kim and Ken Lawson have shared about Jesus in the local community through tangible witness opportunities, while George and Rebecca Dirscherl have been positive examples of Jesus in their neighborhood and workplace.
Matt first got plugged in at Grace by attending Right Start Bible Hour. Since then, he’s joined Grace Students and has been challenged to share Jesus with many people at his school and on his football team.
God’s Word can turn anyone into a believer. Just ask Will! After hearing the Gospel on an iPod (a gift from his mother), Will came to know Jesus and His saving power. Now, Will is sharing Jesus with everybody he rubs shoulders with.
Through various trials, God has used Karen to encourage others, bless them, and point them to His glory.
John lived an incredible life and left an impactful legacy. Hear how he got connected to Grace and how God changed his life through the Cancer Support Group. We celebrate that John is now with Jesus and are thankful that he left a generous gift so Grace can continue living out its mission.
This recent widow talks about the challenges she faced after being diagnosed with breast cancer on the heels of her husband’s death…and the strength God gave her to face each day.
Young parents tell the story of a complicated pregnancy, and how God used their situation to strengthen their trust in His goodness.
A normally vivacious wife and mom talks about being diagnosed with a rare type of cancer, and how God renewed her faith in His plan.
Blending two households is never easy…especially when it comes to money! The Ilers have learned a lot about managing their finances together through the Compass ministry.