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Join us on Sunday morning: 8:45- traditional service 10:00 & 11:15- contemporary services Learn about what we believe, what to expect, and what's coming up at www.gracebiblechurch.org.
Holy Week services begin today at noon. We hope you'll join us as we prepare our hearts for Easter!
See you in one hour on the live stream! Don't forget your juice and crackers so we can take communion together this morning.
During this strange time when it feels like things are constantly changing, we are more grateful than ever for the unchanging hope we have in Jesus' death and resurrection.
While we can't meet in person, we can still take time to reflect, pray, and prepare our hearts for Easter.
We want to invite you to join us for half-hour Holy Week services every day next week at noon. The services will be streamed live through our website and on Facebook. We will be reflecting on the events leading up to the crucifixion and resurrection through music and a short devotional.
Set a reminder on your phone for each day at noon and plan to join us!
Kimberlie Derrick shares today's devotional and update.
She shares with us a C.S. Lewis quote that reminds us that God is at work within us, building us into a beautiful dwelling place for Himself.
Cindy Rawles shares today's devotional and update.
"When we face these difficulties, uncertainties, and circumstances far beyond our control, we can trust God's sovereignty, His goodness, and His faithfulness. He is our refuge and our fortress, our God in whom we can trust."
Kimberlie Derrick, one of our Grace Kids staff members, and her family have been doing an incredible job being the hands and feet of Jesus in this time. One of the most deeply impacted groups during this time is the homeless population in Dallas. Many places where they usually get meals have limited operations or closed entirely.
As a result, Kimberlie and her family have been delivering food to homeless people, and they have even received special permission to continue in the midst of the Shelter in Place order.
Want to help? They are looking for donations including nonperishable, individually packaged food; hand sanitizer and travel-sized hygiene items; gallon and sandwich sized Ziploc bags; baby wipes, hand wipes, and towels; and Bibles.
You can reach Kimberlie at [email protected] if you'd like to donate.
Andy Gutierrez shares today's devotional and update and reminds us that even Jesus' own disciples felt overwhelmed by fear. But Jesus meets us in the midst of the fear and reminds us to trust Him.
Tomorrow night at 8, Lucas' Family Life class will be meeting online via Zoom and talking with Andy and Julie about loving your spouse during stressful times. All are welcome to listen in.
To join the conversation, use this link:
Candace Myrick gives today's devotional and update.
Where do we find our shelter? When we find shelter in the Most High, the result of that is rest, protection, and safety.
Did you know that today is National Doctors' Day? In this time, we are more grateful than ever for our health care workers and their sacrifice, diligence, and care. Take a moment today to pray for strength and God's protection over them.
We're working on creating a list of doctors and nurses in our congregation so that we can be praying for them by name. If you are one and would like to be included, send us an email: [email protected].
Kaitlyn Schiess gives today's devotional and update.
"Our faith is not in the things of this world that we thought would just keep working the way they’ve always worked. This uncertain time is bringing to light a lot of the things we had put our confidence and trust in."
[03/29/20] We're live in 30 minutes! Got your coffee? TV or computer set? We'd love to see you and your family worshipping this morning. Comment below with a picture!
Don't forget that we've switched traditional and contemporary worship for tomorrow! We'll be starting with traditional music at 10, and contemporary will follow the sermon. Join us online on our homepage tomorrow at 10 a.m.
Janice recorded a video of her reading You Are Special to share with all of our Grace Kids families. Look for it in your email soon!
Our new Care Pastor, Bob Riedle, gives today's devotional and encourages us to reflect on and remember God's faithfulness to us.
Rachel Marcello shares today's update and encourages us to take a moment to pause and ask God where He is working and how we can be a part of what He is doing.
Lucas Rogers shares today's devotional and update.
"We serve and love a good God, who is absolutely in control. And He knows exactly where we're headed, exactly how to get there, and exactly how long this will take. And one day He will rescue us."
Kevin Gilliland, one of our ABC teachers, had the opportunity to be interviewed on WFAA about dealing with the stress of the coronavirus.
He shared some great thoughts on not allowing ourselves to be consumed by the media and instead keeping up with healthy habits.
Watch the interview here:
It's our birthday! Grace is 66 years old today.
"Grace Bible Church was founded on March 24, 1954 as a church focused on studying the Bible, teaching its truth and sending missionaries to spread the gospel."
We're grateful for a firm foundation and for all who have gone before us. And we're looking forward to all that the Lord has ahead for Grace.
As you're washing your hands and singing the birthday song today, we'd be honored if you sang to Grace. 🎂
Over the next couple weeks, the Grace staff will be putting together short videos to encourage you during this time and keep you updated. Pastor Andy is kicking us off today.
"As difficult as this time is, could I encourage you to ask God what this season means in His plan for your life? Take advtange of it. We'll have struggles we'll have to face through it all and when it's over, but in the mean time, ask God, "what does this time mean for us today?"
We're so excited to introduce Bob Riedle, our new Congregational Care Pastor and his wife, Sara. We know he will be a great addition to the staff, and we're looking forward to the congregation getting to know both of them...hopefully someday soon!
If you use Roku, you can download the Livestream app and search for Grace Bible Church under accounts!
Worship beings in one hour! Join us online on our website or watch right here on Facebook.
We have two Sundays left for the Special Missions & Outreach Fund, and it feels more significant than ever before.
Many of our missionaries have been affected by the coronavirus, and our desire is to help alleviate the loss of financial support and help them with emergency needs as a result of the outbreak. Several of our partner organizations in Dallas are also increasing their operations, including providing meals, shelter, and other essentials.
Please prayerfully consider financially partnering with us in supporting our missionaries and caring for "the least of these" in our community by giving to the Special Missions & Outreach Fund. You can send in a check by mail or give through our website.
Pastor Andy preaches March 15 in response to the coronavirus outbreak and a Christian's responsibility in these times.
Hoping this rhythm of praying Psalm 91 each day has helped you refocus your eyes on the Lord and increased your confidence in Him.
In an effort to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, Grace will be closed to Sunday worship and weekday events through March 31. As we approach the end of March, the elder board will reevaluate for April.
Our office is still open, and we are continuing to thoroughly clean the building.
Please continue to join us for streamed services on Sunday mornings at 10 a.m., and be on the lookout for updates from Grace. And continue to join us in praying Psalm 91.
3.15.20 | The Christian Response to a Crisis in our Community
Our confidence comes not from the circumstances we find ourselves in but from God's unshakeable character.
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Continuing to pray Psalm 91.
[03/16/20] Please remember that we have cancelled all events at the church this week. We will continue to monitor the situation and keep you informed. Please keep praying for our country, those who are sick, and our healthcare workers. We are continuing to put our faith and hope in the Lord!
A reminder that we will be streaming worship this morning. You can join us right here on Facebook or on our website www.gracebiblechurch.org. What a beautiful reminder that the Church is not a building, but rather the body of believers.
If you're watching at home, take a picture and tag us!
Pastor Andy and the elders challenged us to pray Psalm 91 during this time. Join us in prayer today.
Services on Sunday are cancelled. The streamed service Sunday will begin with contemporary worship at 10:00, followed by the sermon roughly at 10:20. Then we will have traditional music around 11:00. (Obviously these times are approximate.) You can watch the streaming on our church website (www.gracebiblechurch.org), or here on Facebook.
Read the full statement here: https://www.gracebiblechurch.org/statement-from-andy-wileman/
We are praying and placing our trust in the Lord.
With the Easter season approaching, we have a great opportunity for you. Grace’s own Josh Herman will lead a Passover Seder Sunday, April 5 at 5 p.m. in the Student Center. The seder is a Jewish family celebration that marks the beginning of Passover and celebrates the Hebrews deliverance from slavery in Egypt. Join us to gain an understanding of how this Jewish celebration points to Christ as the Messiah. The cost is $10/person. Sign up Sunday in the Commons.
We're so excited to host the C.S. Lewis Institute for an Apologetics Conference with Dr. Darrell Bock Saturday morning, April 4. As our world becomes more polarized, it can be difficult to have good conversations about our faith and vital issues of the day. Come hear Dr. Darrell Bock teach on how you can engage and be engaging without “blowing things up.”
More information and registration here: http://www.cslewisinstitute.org/engage2020
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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