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Pastor Bob Riedle preaches from Psalm 4; the worship band sings How Great Your Love Is.
Over the next few weeks as we prepare for the regathering date of June 28, we're going to ask you to spend some time in prayer. Today we are focusing on Proverbs 16.9.
The Lord establishes our steps.
Praise the Lord that it's not up to us to figure it out on our own. Pray that we would listen and follow well as we plan our course and take steps to safely gather together.
[06/15/20] Happy Moon Pie Monday! Today's moon pie goes to Scott Anderson. Scott just stepped down from serving on the Men of Grace leadership team after 8 years. We are grateful for his many years of service and his desire to see the men at Grace develop relationships with each other and grow in their walk with the Lord.
Cam Grysen, one of our Men of Grace Bible Study leaders, shares today's devotional reminding us of the numerous scriptures that tell us not to fear, but to place our trust in the Lord.
Matt McBride, one of our elders, shares about Grace's reopening plans. More details will follow in the next few weeks. Please continue to keep Grace's leadership in your prayers as we work toward reopening for worship together in person.
Lucas Rogers shares about Psalm 4, the Psalm we will be studying together this upcoming Sunday.
Pastor Andy preaches on the goodness and righteousness of the Lord from Psalm 96; the worship band sings The Father's House.
Rachael Gutknecht shares today's devotional, encouraging us to seek out Godly friendships and be that kind of friend in others' lives.
[06/08/20] Happy Moon Pie Monday! This week's moon pie goes to Scott Thompson, a face you saw a little over a week ago in one of the devotionals. Scott has served with Bill Glass Behind the Walls prison ministry since 2000...20 years! We are both challenged and encouraged by Scott's dedication to this ministry and making a difference in these individuals' lives.
We're so excited to get to see each other in person at Zip Code Picnics next Sunday night! Our Richardson park filled up quickly, so we just added another park nearby. More details and sign ups here:
One of our Elders, Matt McBride, kicks off this week's devotionals. He reminds us today to take time to sit and listen quietly for the Lord's voice.
We will begin a new series on the book of Psalms this Sunday. Pastor Andy shares about the series and prays Psalm 96.
Judy Grysen, one of our Women of Grace leaders, shares today's devotional. She shares from 2 Kings 6 and reminds us that God is working in and through all things, even when we can't see it with our own eyes.
Pastor Andy preaches on Pentecost and the worship team sings Build Your Kingdom Here.
Take a moment to pray today that God would "empower us to demonstrate the love of Christ in a way that is beyond what we want or are capable of doing." Pray that God would build His Kingdom here through His people.
Greg Lamb, one of our elders, shares today's devotional on Jesus calming the storm.
"Faith is the opposite of fear, and sometimes we need to exercise it as a deliberate and intentional act of our will, then just let the Lord work on our hearts and work on the fear."
Happy Moon Pie Monday! Today's moon pie goes to our graduating seniors. They've worked so hard to get to this point, and none of them could have guessed that their senior year would end like this. We are so proud of them and can't wait to see how the Lord uses them as they go off to college in the fall.
Janay Wilborn, one of our Women of Grace leaders, shares today's devotional. She reminds us to praise God and remember His faithfulness in times of longing.
Kevin Goldsmith shares with us this morning, encouraging us to ask God to search our hearts and minds.
Take a moment today to reflect on this song from last Sunday. In his sermon, Kevin encouraged us to consider who we can be praying for and reaching out to. Who has God laid on your heart?
Jessi Fraccaro, one of our Women of Grace leaders, shares today's devotional. She reminds us that God can handle our questions, doubts, and unbelief.
Scott Thompson, one of our elders, shares today's devotional, reminding us of the power of the tongue.
Happy Moon Pie Monday! Today’s Moon Pie goes to James Johnson.
James recently had the opportunity to share the goodness of God in an assembly with about 100 coworkers from Texas Instruments. He helped answer the question “If God Why Evil?” from Questioning Evangelism by Randy Newman. We love James’ heart for evangelism and desire to share Christ with those around him! Pray for the people who are considering God’s goodness at Texas Instruments.
Today we honor all who laid down their lives for our nation's freedom. We remember, and we are so grateful.
We're excited to have some of our leaders share devotionals with us over the coming weeks. Jeff Sherwood kicks off this week's devotionals, focusing on Psalm 23.
James Ciluffo shares today's devotional and reminds us that God can use the areas of our struggles to teach us greater dependence on Him.
Cindy Rawles shares today's devotional and discusses Psalm 91.9-12.
"I blieve God wants to increase my trust in him, so I'm going to continue to ask him to increase my trust, but I'm also asking him to keep me from testing his faithfulness or becoming presumptuous."
You'll see a little more variety in our devotionals over the next week or so. Instead of hearing from one of our staff today, we want you to take a moment to meditate to the lyrics of this beautiful, comforting song.
"He will hold me fast. For my Savior loves me so. He will hold me fast."
Kimberlie Derrick shares today's devotional and a story of a recent car accident, reminding us that God is working even when things don't go the way we plan or expect.
Happy Moon Pie Monday! This week's moon pie goes to Rachel Silvester.
Rachel is the North Dallas Young Lives coordinator, and she has done a fantastic job caring for these teen moms and their kids. During this time, she has gone above and beyond to stay connected with these young women, including hosting a diaper drive-through, dropping diapers off on their porches, and meeting with them over Zoom. We are incredibly proud of Rachel and her dedication to these young women.
Bob Riedle shares today's devotional and reminds us of Jesus' care and provision for us from Matthew 6.
“Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothes? Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them."
Rachel Marcello shares today's devotional on praising God even in hard times.
"Sometimes we praise God because we remember who He is and we're overwhlemed by it and we are responding to that. And sometimes we praise God because we need to remember who God is and what he has done and how he has blessed us."
Have you heard about the C.S. Lewis Institute Fellows program? Several Grace members have gone through the program and consider it a life-changing experience. The application period for 2020-2021 is open, and the deadline is May 31.
The C.S. Lewis Fellows Program is a year-long discipleship program designed for believers who want to grow deeper in their knowledge of and obedience to Jesus Christ, who desire for God to use them more effectively in the work of His Kingdom.
A combination of focused Bible study, dynamic teachers, classic writers, experienced mentors, and effective discipleship groups helps believers mature in their ability to articulate, share, defend and, above all, joyfully live out their faith.
Want to know more? See their website: https://www.cslewisinstitute.org/Dallas
Lucas Rogers gives today's devotional and shares about the extreme hope we have in Jesus Christ and His rescue.
Pastor Andy shares today's devotional and encourages us to think on what is excellent and praiseworthy and to seek out those things in our lives.
We continue to be blown away by the team of people who are packing and delivering meals to homeless men and women in south Dallas. Here are a few of them delivering meals last week!
Due to the coronavirus, we are currently streaming services. Join us for worship at 10 a.m. on Sunday mornings. The streamed service is available on our website or right here on Facebook. Learn about what we believe, what to expect, and what's coming up at www.gracebiblechurch.org.
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Progressive worshiping community in The City Place area of Dallas - Sunday worship - 11:00 am - Wednesday LIFE Class - 7:30 pm www.cosmodallas.org
Christian Outsider Network (CON) is about giving second chances, helping the broken, counseling the addicted, supporting the homeless and reaching the incarcerated. Isaiah 61:1 is our Mission Statement.
No one pursues Jesus in isolation, discipleship is done in community. Groups are safe environments for discipleship and growth as we value God's people over our programs. It is a place to live out being desperately dependent upon Jesus.
Nuestra misión en Park Cities en Español es glorificar a Dios presentando a Jesucristo como el Señor a toda la ciudad de Dallas, Texas y el Metroplex.
The Chancel Choir leads worship in Sunday services, celebration occasions, and special concerts. We are not an "auditioned" choir! We are a volunteer choir, and if God has called you to be here, hallelujah! Welcome!
As a Go Getta 4God we are chosen and called disciples who go and reach out to the Lost and condemned souls and guide them to the unfailing love of Jesus Christ.
The Single's Community is a community of single men and women who are single by choice or circumstance seeking to develop into mature Christ followers.
An anointed portal where the Word of God comes with great clarity and insight.
AfORM International is an outreach and relief organization whose mission is to share the love of God in working with the world's underprivileged groups.
Our discussion forum provides a learning, sharing and caring space for the education and training of seekers of truth. We approach the questions and answers about truth with a Christian Worldview.