Posts tagged jesus bible
Join A Community of Learners

Learning Is Key To Growing

Every Sunday beginning at 9:30am a group of us gather to learn the most important book in existence: the Bible. Sunday School is our way of deepening and widening our understanding of the Scriptures.

Join Us This Sunday In The Garden

We are moving through the book of Hebrews, but you can jump in right now. This one book draws from all over the Bible providing you an opportunity to expand your understanding of major Biblical themes.

Our Diversity Is No Threat To Our Unity

ROMANS 15:1-13

This past Sunday Pastor Dustin reminded us that God is preserving our diversity as we reach maturity. We are not all the same, and that is a good thing, even though it can create tension. God has provided everything we need to persevere as a community comprised of very different people.

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Welcome Those Who Disagree With You

GOD VALUES OUR UNITY MORE THAN OUR OPINIONS

On Sunday, Pastor Eric preached from Romans 14:1-12. It's inevitable that we will disagree with other Christians over disputable matters. We each have our list. Part of our service to one another, for the sake of unity, is to keep our opinions to ourselves. We embrace and welcome one another completely because God has welcomed all of us. We think little of our opinions and marvel at the grace of God in uniting us.

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How Well Do You Know Your Bible?

Every Sunday beginning at 9:30am we offer a way to get more familiar with your Bible. Sunday School is our way of training Sovereign Grace Church to know their Bibles and grow in their love for the God who authored it.

JOIN US THIS SUNDAY

We are moving through the book of Hebrews, but you can jump in right now. This one book draws from all over the Bible providing you an opportunity to expand your understanding of major Biblical themes.

When We Don't Like God's Methods

The Second Complaint

On Sunday, church member Grant Sigafoos continued our 3-week series in Habakkuk preaching from Habakkuk 1:12-2:20. He reminded us that God's ways often leave us scratching our heads. Or worse, His ways upset us. He uses evil people for good purposes. He authorizes tragedy instead of preventing it. In these moments, our great act of faith is simply to pour out our complaints to God and then wait for Him to respond.

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