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A Bloody Cross Saves, but a Burning Cross Damns

The reality of the Gospel is that our cross is not burning, but that it’s bleeding. The bloody cross of Christ is where God and man meet and where we become one with our brothers and sisters from all backgrounds.

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Are You Equipped to Share the Gospel?

Given the challenges in evangelism, I’m thankful for training opportunities like StreetWise at Urban Hope, which serves to help give a passion for sharing Christ with others and equipping participants to do so with confidence.

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The Mission and New Leaders

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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The Number One Reason People Attend Church

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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No Other Gospel: TGC National Conference Reflections

This week most of our pastoral staff attend The Gospel Coalition National Conference in Indianapolis, IN along with 8,000 of our closest friends. Here are several takeaways from the conference…

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The Triumph and Freedom of Christ

We triumph in the triumph of Christ.

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Country Boy to City Living to City Loving

If people are moving to cities, then we need to be where people are. Therefore, we must move, live, and work in cities.

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Prayers for President Trump and the Church on this Inauguration Day

As Christians, there is one thing in which we do find agreement when it comes to the office of the President of the United States of America, we must pray.

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Hope Through Miscarriage

We now know Jesus better because of this. Our love for Him has grown. Our comfort is knowing our sin has been paid for, in a Lord who knows suffering, and in a caring Savior who is entirely in control.

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Our Joy and Crown in Cameroon

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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