The pastors of Grace Fellowship hold a sacred responsibility to “shepherd the flock of God that is among you, exercising oversight…” (1 Peter 5:2a). The implications of “exercising oversight” involve providing Biblically-based direction on subjects that we believe demand a… Read More
We value asking questions to better understand how to live life in a God-centered, Christ-exalting way. We believe that church should be the best place in which people can get solid answers to life’s questions from God’s Word.
Our God is in the heavens and He does all that He pleases the Scriptures tell us (Ps 115:3). From parting the Red Sea in order to deliver His people to raising up Nebuchadnezzar of the Babylonians to discipline them,… Read More
In what is often the case in the questions Christians often ask, this one is packed with theological implications. At our Fall Retreat a couple weeks back, this was the fundamental question we sought to ask and answer in order… Read More
The church in Ephesus was a mess. It was no longer distinct from the world and Paul was encouraging Timothy to guide it back to its first love, Jesus. In so doing, it would stand apart from the world and… Read More