We neither offer nor suggest any means of salvation, hope, or truly sustainable improvement of human conditions other than faith alone in Jesus Christ.
“And we’ve got to get ourselves back to the garden.” But HOW?
Click here, to hear our sermon in the series, What We Believe at Grace Bible Church. Man (From Grace Bible Church Constitution) We believe that human beings bear the image of God, retained despite the utter ruin and lost condition of the entire race. We believe that apart from the divinely provided gift of salvation…
We began our consideration of the doctrine of our Lord Jesus be noting that He is presented in the Bible as being both fully human and fully divine. This is more than a mere theological mystery; it is a truth that mere human imagination and comprehension has wrestled with for over 2,000 years—without really arriving at a satisfactory way to explain it!
To listen to the sermon, click this link. From Grace Bible Church constitution: We believe there is but one living and true God, eternally existing in three Persons – God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. These Persons are the same in substance, and equal in power and glory. (Gen 1:26,…
In our series, What We Believe, today we considered our doctrinal belief regarding the Bible, taking a look at Paul’s second letter to Timothy, particularly chapters three and four.
Today’s sermon has been edited, and loaded onto the site (it’s under Grace Sermons). Let us please (!) keep praying for all who have suffered such horrific loss–both in Clackamas and Newtown. Pastor Ken
In 6-12 He continues, revealing to His listeners and us today, how His follower might find the wisdom to constructively address sin in the lives of others.
For sake of clarity, let’s define materialism as the inclination to live life chiefly in the pursuit of the wealth and possessions that one may seek to gain in order to better organize life in a way that brings about the experience and state of living that one assumes will bring happiness and satisfaction.
I’ve been tinkering with the website, as you might have noticed :), and have managed to lose the pulpit notes I’d posted on last week’s sermon. Here they are, again… Introduction: Matt 5:17 “Do not think that I came to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I did not come to abolish, but to fulfill….