december 2016

6dec9:15 AM- 11:15 AMMOPS (morning)

6dec1:00 PM- 3:00 PMKeenagers

6dec6:30 PM- 8:30 PMMOPS (evening)

7dec6:30 PM- 8:30 PMGrace Students Middle School

7dec6:45 PM- 8:15 PMGraceKIDS Awana

7dec7:00 PM- 8:30 PMGriefShare

7dec7:00 PM- 8:30 PMPrayer Team


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    The Benevolent Ruler
    Mike Yoder—December 4

    Insignificant origins produced a spectacular Result.

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    The Ultimate Leader
    Beau Stanley—November 27

    Big problems require bigger deliverers.

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    Resilient Living
    Jim Augspurger—November 20

    Paul instructed the Thessalonians to rejoice, to pray, and to give thanks. This Thanksgiving, we remind ourselves to do the same.

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    God Gets the Last Word
    Mike Yoder—November 13

    Victors with Jesus lead sober lives, anticipating a glorious future. All others are in for a rude awakening—deservedly and eternally.

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    Future Confidence
    Mike Yoder—November 6

    Never be afraid to embrace an unseen future with a victorious God.

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    Lives Which Impress
    Mike Yoder—October 30

    Your life patterns show your life’s Master.

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    Holy Bodies
    Dustin Speaks—October 23

    Sexual purity reflects personal holiness, which pleases God.

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    Jonathan Wiley—October 16

    Paul delights in the Thessalonians’ faith, and yearns for their continued spiritual growth.

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    Heartsick Parents
    Mike Yoder—October 9

    Disciple-makers yearn for the presence and perseverance of their spiritual children.

Pastors’ Blog

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    Gary Webb—December 5

    Maybe, just maybe we need to change the parameters of our search. Maybe this world can’t deliver what our heart is truly searching for.

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    Charitable Conundrums
    Mike Yoder—December 2

    How should genuine followers of Jesus make decisions about their charitable giving, especially this time of year when everyone seems to have access to your mailbox?

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    The Wrong Sermon Title?
    Beau Stanley—November 30

    Sometimes the most difficult element in preparing the outline is creating the sermon title. The title, at least in theory, represents the essence of the sermon, hopefully in some catchy or creative way.

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    Jesus Doesn’t Cry Wolf
    David Nicodemus—November 28

    You’ve probably heard the story many times before and the lesson still rings true. A person who does not consistently tell the truth cannot be trusted, even if they do at times choose to tell the truth.

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    Thanksgiving Meditation
    Danny Nathan—November 25

    It’s lovely to enjoy oneself,
    To bask in blessings God has dealt.
    All good things appreciate
    But do remember: they will fade.

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    In ALL Circumstances
    David Nicodemus—November 23

    A funny thing happens when you are feeling near death (whether my feelings were unfounded or not, I was scared): the things you take for granted are greatly appreciated.

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    My Thanksgiving Change of Heart
    Dustin Speaks—November 21

    We have been richly blessed in so many ways. Our Father has given us many good gifts. What a great opportunity to be reminded to turn to Him with praise and thanksgiving.

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    Thanksgiving in the World of Middle School
    Guest Author—November 18

    There will always be turkey trivia games to play and Thanksgiving foods to blend together and taste test, but the thing that will hopefully stick in our minds is the phrase “attitude of gratitude.”

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    Our Joy and Crown in Cameroon
    Zac Hess—November 14

    The joy and crown of Paul’s ministry were the people whom he spent time with, trained, and probably shared the Gospel with. They were his reward and in their joy he was satisfied.

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    If I Gave You a List
    Dan Green—November 11

    Faithful praying for our global workers is directly proportional to our personal relationship with the worker, knowledge of the field where they serve, and our commitment to invest time asking for the Spirit’s direction and fruit.