Join us this weekend as we kick off an intensive month of prayer. Through, “How to Battle in Prayer,” Grace Associate Pastor Wes Martin will share on the power prayer possesses and embolden us to exercise our authority through Jesus. It is crucial we escalate our prayer lives in these murky times to wage war in the spiritual realms to pull down strongholds in our families, city and nation. Join us for this power-packed weekend and this month for as many prayer meetings as you can!
How to Battle in Prayer
September 6, 2020 • Wes Martin
If You Can Keep It
November 1, 2020 • Ron Tucker
America is uniquely defined, not by ethnicity or religion, but by a radical and unprecedented idea: liberty for all. The United States is the only country in history that purposely set out to create a government that was by, for, and of the people. It laid the foundation of a free society that could prosper in its freedom, and where the government governed by the consent of the people. When Benjamin Franklin was leaving the Constitutional Convention on its last day, a woman stopped him and asked, “Well, what have we got? A republic or a monarchy.” To which Franklin replied, “A republic, madam – if you can keep it.” This weekend, Ron looks at the clear and present danger to the future of our republic and ways we might still be able to keep it. Please plan to join us on campus or online for our last weekend before this all-important election!
Our Identity in Christ
October 25, 2020 • Ron Tucker
“The game is afoot.” When Sherlock Holmes said that, his fans knew the master detective was chasing down a lead, and he was going to solve the mystery. Well, the game is afoot once more this weekend. Ron will be taking us another step in the direction of the strange happenings of our strange 2020 world. We’ve been praying Paul’s Ephesian 1 prayer for one another that God will give us the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of Jesus. As a direct result, God is shining a light on the dark, little deceptive thread the enemy is trying to weave among us. Come into the light with us...on-campus or online...believing the truth is going to set us free.
Not All Sin Is Equal
October 18, 2020 • Ron Tucker
Rome wanted to know if this rabbi actually thought He was King of the Jews, because it was obvious to all the world that there was only one king, and his name was Caesar. Jesus didn’t hesitate with His reply. “Actually, I was born and came into the world to testify to the truth. All who love the truth recognize that what I say is true.” And Pontius Pilate said, “What is truth?” He looked Truth in the face, flipped off a cynical reply, and sent Truth to die on a Roman cross. Today, the world is saying, “Truth is what I say it is,” and with the world coming unglued, the church cannot be silent. This weekend, Ron will talk to us from the Scriptures about why we need to know that not all sin is equal.