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august 2016

28aug8:30 AM- 9:35 AMClassic Worship Service

28aug10:00 AM- 11:15 AMEclectic Worship Service

28aug11:30 AM- 12:30 PMModern Worship Service

28aug6:30 PM- 8:30 PMGrace Students High School Kickoff

31aug6:30 PM- 8:30 PMGrace Students Middle School Kickoff

31aug6:45 PM- 8:15 PMGraceKIDS Awana

31aug7:00 PM- 8:30 PMPrayer Team

Sermons

Pastors’ Blog

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    My Heart is Calloused
    David Nicodemus—August 22

    So often we want to look away and keep our guard up to stay safe inside the compound of our own dwelling places. But don’t look away. A life lived with a calloused heart is not a good life.

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    Book Review: Crazy Busy
    Mike Yoder—August 19

    Busyness. No matter how much time we have, it’s never enough. And even if it were, we’d struggle to find the focus to be busy about the right things.

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    This Saturday: Go International!
    Dustin Speaks—August 15

    Every Saturday morning when our daughter wakes up we get the same questions: “What are we doing today? Do we have something fun to do? Where are we going this morning?” This Saturday will be different though!

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    Identity Crisis
    David Nicodemus—August 12

    We’ve each been given a true identity, one that we cannot change but one that too many people are running from. It’s an identity that needs to be embraced and accepted in order to find true satisfaction.

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    Hospitality in Action
    Dan Green—August 10

    Being hospitable is that God-ordained characteristic that indicates we are different in a very positive way. As they receive our kindness, it is natural to share about the One who has given us the motivation to be kind—the One who is our true satisfaction.

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    Partner of Your Heart
    Guest Author—August 8

    Just as the gold does not naturally rid itself of impurity—and in fact exists comfortably in its natural environment bonded to the impurities—so we also will not naturally be able to rid ourselves of the impurities that exist comfortably in our hearts.

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    Build Some Momentum
    Matt Vosberg—August 5

    There’s something really special about taking some time away from the normal routine of life and opening our hearts to what God wants to say to us. Conferences, retreats, and ministry trips like this are opportune times for students to hear God’s voice in a fresh way.

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    King Death, Undefeated: Musings on Death
    Danny Nathan—August 3

    This poem is written largely from the perspective of one who does not know the hope beyond death that is offered in Christ. This under-the-sun perspective attempts to be honest about what life is like without the knowledge that Jesus is the resurrection and the life.

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    Teaching Grace
    Guest Author—August 1

    Could it be that the modern-day evangelical Christian puts too much of an incorrect emphasis on grace? No doubt, this seems like a rather dangerous question to pose at first glance. We may ask ourselves, “How could the pinnacle of salvation, being grace, possibly be over-emphasized?”

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    Core Value: We Practice Pervasive Prayer
    Gary Webb—July 27

    As we think of prayer we normally think of it as, asking God for “stuff.” It should be thought of as much more than this. Communing with God is a better brief description of prayer.