Jesus' great command to love God and love others is the foundation for the Church and its purpose. Jesus also gave the church a mission to go into all the world and make more and better followers of Him. There is more than "going to church" or doing church things." These words of Jesus form the basic elements of Being Church.
The Apostle Paul sent a letter to the church in Rome. This epistle to the Romans is one that gives the most systamatic and comprehensinve understanding of the Gospel and salvation. He digs deep into the spiritual implications as well as the practical application of our faith in Jesus Christ. He presents us with the Gospel of God.
Mark's Gospel is perhaps the earliest of the four accounts of Jesus' life and it is the shortest as well. But the fast pace and vivid detail shows that Jesus was a man of action on a mission to save humanity.
The Apostle Peter delivers great teaching about how to live for Christ, even when it looks like the world is against those who follow Christ.
In the Old Testament times of the kings, great cultural uncertainty prevailed. As God's people faced attack and exile, the prophets spoke God's word.
The Ten Commandments may be the most universally known part of scripture. But what meaning do they have for us and our culture today?
The early church began with a hand full of followers of Jesus about 2000 year age, But how did it become an unstoppable force still today?
Nehemiah is a great example of leadership in the midst of a difficult task.
We look at him as an influence of change for his people in the culture that was hostile to God.
What can we learn from this man of God to help us impact our culture today?
In the Apostle Paul's letter the the church at Ephesis we learn the basic building blocks for God's plan and purpose for his Church in the world today.
In the letter that James writes to the Christians scattered throughout the Roman Empire, he speaks with authority, wisdom, and a pastor's heart. How can we engage our faith as we live our everyday life?
In the Gospel of John, many people have an encounter with Christ that changes them forever. What is Jesus' call to "Follow me" all about?
In the Gospel of John, Jesus continually indicates that he is the Great I AM. As we study John's gospel we willl learn the significance of Jesus' claim of being God.
We all have a set of vaules that we live by. Grace Point's CORE values define who we are and why we do what we do. They declare our mission and drive us toward our vision. Discover what is at our CORE.
What does Jesus have to say about having a healthy church?
Jesus begins his message in the Book of Revelation to 7 first century churches that were in modern day Turkey. The message he sent to the Seven can teach us much about our church today.
The best thing in life is worth the struggle. This series looks into the focus of our faith, Jesus Christ, and how we can endure the challenges of life,