I Saw God at Christmas

By Richard Fisher When I was a child, my mom read to me the well known Clement Moore poem, “A Visit From St. Nickolas”, or as we know it –  “Twas the Night Before Christmas.” It captured my imagination and defined Santa Claus for me as it had done for...

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Adding Hope To Black Friday

by Pastor Joe Caruso Black Friday. It’s become a day (or days!) that we look forward to some of the best sales of the year. It can also be one of the most hopeless (a quick Google search and you’ll find stories of pepper spray going rampant, workers and customers being...

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Veterans Connect Group

Join other military veterans as we work through the unique challenges veterans face as well as the way we are specifically equipped to impact the world around us. In this short term group, we will: • Hear stories from combat veterans • Connect with veterans who have similar life experiences...

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Atlanta Update

Atlanta is a hub of ethnic and economic diversity.  Northeast Atlanta has become a multiethnic enclave which has been identified as a place of great potential to reach the nations with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Through much prayer, a vision was birthed to start a multiethnic church-planting movement that...

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Trust Outweighs Talent

by Pastor Donny Varney I’ll never forget the time I stepped into Sam’s office for what I thought was going to be a fun and exciting conversation.  Before coming to Grace Church in 2014, I was the Student Life Director at a Bible college in the northernmost part of Wisconsin called...

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I’m Not Choosing Safety

by Katelyn Bode “She took such excellent care of her garden.” “She was a nice person who achieved going on all the cruises she dreamt of going on.” “She did a great job attending Sunday morning sermons.” If these would be the type of statements being discussed at my funeral...

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Trading Comfort for Adventure

by Richard Fisher I love the thought of going on an adventure. The normal routines of daily life seem to be “same ol’ – same ol'” – ranging from manageable to tolerable, or even boring. The idea of taking an adventure adds excitement to life’s journey. Usually I relegate adventure...

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Trading Conformity for Respect

by Caleb Nichols I remember getting off the plane and feeling the 100+ degree wind on my face like it was yesterday. Imagine having a blow-dryer pointed at your face all day long, it felt a lot like that. We had just landed at our new home for the next...

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Stories from Bible Camp

A couple of members of our story team spent some time at Bible Camp a couple weeks ago, just going around, talking to volunteers and “submerging” themselves in the whole Bible Camp experience. Read about their experience below: What a great evening we had observing bible camp last week. The...

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