Church Life

New Invite Cards

Our first church invite cards are gone already. Here’s a sneak peek at our new church invite card. They will be available on Sunday. Use them to invite friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors to “Come and See Jesus” as we walk through our series on the Gospel of John.

August 19 Offertory Meditation

1 John 1.7 “…and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanses us from all sin.” There is no sin that I have done That has such height and breadth It can’t be washed in Jesus’ blood Or covered by His death. There is no spot that still remains, No cause to hide my face, For He has stooped to wash me clean And covered

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August 5: Offertory Meditation

This past Sunday we looked at John 1:19-34: Behold the Lamb. Message can be found here. Below is the Offertory Meditation. I will glory in my Redeemer Whose priceless blood has ransomed me Mine was the sin that drove the bitter nails And hung Him on that judgment tree I will glory in my Redeemer Who crushed the power of sin and death My

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Grace Life Values #3

relational living for Gospel advance We understand that if the Gospel of Jesus is going to advance in our community it will happen one person at a time. We value intentional, relational living to advance the Gospel. We encourage relationships with people that are seeking or are even hostile to the Gospel. We seek to follow Jesus’ practice by befriending people the religious world

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Grace Life Values #2

transparent, grace-based community The Christian life was not meant to be lived in isolation. The local church was designed by God to reflect His character in a world that desperately needs someone(s) to reflect the holy unity of the living God. The Scriptures reveal we need brothers and sisters in Christ for encouragement, accountability, and caring for one another. We attempt to accomplish this

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Grace Life Values #1

careful Christ-centered teaching We believe the Bible gives us all answers to life’s confusion. But the Bible is more than an answer guide to life’s tough questions. Christianity is about Jesus. The Bible reveals Jesus (John 5:39). As soon as we as a church family assume certain truths, we believe we begin to lose those very truths or, at least, their value in comparison

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