Grand View Baptist Church

Grand View Baptist Church


I want to share the words of an old song the Lord led me to in the hymnal , "til the Storm Passes By In the dark of the midnight have I oft hid my face, While the storm howls above me and there's no hiding place. Mid the cash of the thunder, Precious Lord, hear my cry, "Keep me safe 'til the storm passes by." Refrain: 'Til the storm passes over, 'til the thunder sounds no more, "Til the clouds roll forever from the sky, Hold me fast, let me stand in the hollow of Thy hand; Keep me safe 'til the storm passes by. Many times Satan whispered, "There is no need to try, For there's no end of sorrow; there's no hope by and by.." But I know Thou art with me, and tomorrow i"ll rise Where the storm never darkens the skies. When the long night had ended, and the storms come no more, Let me stand in Thy presence on that bright, peaceful shore. In that land where the tempest never comes, Lord, may I Dwell with Thee when the storm passes by.
Will we have a video sermon Sunday? (3/29/20)
What a blessing to be able to worship together this morning. Thank you, God, and thank you Pastor and Josh. We love you. We will continue to pray for God's victory and purpose to be fulfilled through this season.
Good evening! My name is Cassius and I am reaching out to possibly schedule a worship night with my band GraceCallin’ and Marco Neaves this summer on a Saturday or Sunday night. We have done youth services and churches all in between. We want to share hope through our music and messages that point to a bigger hope. Also, please check out GraceCallin’ on social media. Attached below is a sample of our single Send Me. I look forward to hearing from you soon and possibly scheduling a date for us to bless your church!
No greater joy!
Seated and waiting to board at Chicago O'Hare for DFW and home. Let's worship tomorrow morning Grand View. The Latvia Mission team is looking forward to being with the GVBC family.
Final day of Kids Bible Camp.
Saturday morning - preparing my heart for His mission. Thank God for the team He has called to this week in Latvia.
Thank you for opening your church to us after George's funeral and for feeding us such a wonderful lunch. Your ladies did a wonderful job of loving on all of us. Thank you also for the prayers not only for The Wiley family, but for our family as well over the last few years. Hug Lillian tight for us. God Bless You! Angie & Stacy (Etheredge Daughters)
Mission Torreon about to depart.
George's sweet Mother would be honored that her purse still goes to church
Ladies tea party

Grand View Baptist Church exists to reach people in Mesquite, Garland, and the surrounding communities with the life-changing message of Jesus Christ.

Matthew West - Take Heart (Official Audio)

Here's a great Matthew West song of worship to end your Sunday. It ministered to me!

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GVBC 4262020 Sunday Morning Worship

Welcome to our Online Worship for April 26, 2020. Remember to check-in so your friends will know you are worshiping today. We invite you to share prayer requests and respond as directed during worship by texting 469.269.0346.
If you would like to give online you may do so by credit/debit card or directly from your checking account at

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Jesus Forgives Peter

Pastor Matt Sears has crafted our GrandView Kids Worship for this week with a video “Jesus Forgives Peter”;
a short animation about Forgiveness;
and a music video – Start Over .
Watch with your children and help them enjoy learning about how God forgives!

Peter denied Jesus 3 times, but he was forgiven because Jesus is merciful. This Bible story is based on text from Matthew 26:31-35, John 18:15-27, and John 2...

Prayercast | Ishmael

As Ramadan begins let us pray for Christ to be revealed in power among the Muslim populations of the earth. Despite birthing many of the earliest Christian churches, the Middle East and North Africa have endured centuries with little or no access to the Gospel.  Today, four of every five Muslims - 20% of the world's population - have never heard the Good News of Jesus Christ.  It is estimated that only ...

GVBC 4.19.2020 Sunday Morning Worship

Welcome to Worship 4/19/2020 – Today we open God’s Word to Luke 24 and then join our voices in praise. Be sure to check-in so your FB friends will know that you are worshiping Jesus today. In fact, before you begin, why don’t you share this post to your timeline with a personal invitation!

GVBC 4.19.2020 Sunday Morning Worship

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GVBC 4.12.2020 Easter Sunday Worship

Easter Resurrection Sunday has arrived. He is Risen. Come worship with your lips prepared to praise and your heart ready to rejoice as we share Communion; one body scattered physically but gathered in His Spirit. Hallelujah, He is Risen Indeed!

GVBC 4.12.2020 Easter Sunday Worship

Pam and Pastor Make Unleavened Bread

Welcome to Pam's Kitchen (Concina de Pam) where she (with a little help from the Pastor) makes unleavened bread for our Lord's Supper.

[04/10/20]   Our Service of Darkness has long been a significant part of our Easter Week worship. Our Worship Leaders Josh and Veronica Quesada, together with Pastors Mark and Matt have prepared this time of worship for Easter 2020. May God prepare you for Resurrection Sunday as you experience the sorrow of this day.

Holy Week AD30 Series #9 Thursday
a day-by-day journey with the disciples of Christ though His final week

Holy Week AD30 Series #8

Holy Week AD30 Series #8
a day-by-day journey with the disciples of Christ through His final week

Holy Week AD30 Series #7

Holy Week AD30 Series #7
a day-by-day journey with the disciples of Christ through His final week

Holy Week AD30 Series #6

Holy Week AD30 Series #6
a day-by-day journey with the disciples of Christ through His final week

Holy Week AD30 Series #5

Holy Week AD30 Series #5
a day-by-day journey with the disciples of Christ through His final week

Holy Week AD30 Series #4 (Tuesday)

Holy Week AD30 Series #4 (Tuesday)
a day-by-day journey with the disciples of Christ through His final week

Holy Week AD30 Series #3 (Tuesday)

Holy Week AD30 Series #3 (Tuesday)
a day-by-day journey with the disciples of Christ through His final week

Holy Week AD30 Series #2 (Monday)

Holy Week AD30 Series #2 (Monday)
a day-by-day journey with the disciples of Christ through His final week

Holy Week AD30 Series #1

Holy Week AD30 Series #1
a day-by-day journey with the disciples of Christ through His final week.

Jesus' Triumphal Entry

Enjoy a four minute replay of the story from our Palm Sunday sermon. It might be designed for kids, but it's great for kids of all ages!

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[04/05/20]   Join as we celebrate Palm Sunday worship. Remember to check-in at GrandView Baptist Church just as you would if you were sitting in our worship center, because wherever you are today IS our worship center. Praise, Pray, prepare to hear the Word.

The Light of the World has commissioned us to shine as lights in the darkness by sharing His grace and goodness and by showing His love in our actions. I am encouraging our congregation’s members to join a movement that began in the metroplex, endorsed by multiple community Chambers of Commerce, being called simply “Let there be light.”

This is a simple way for our community to show gratitude to the doctors, nurses, medical professionals, police, first responders, as well as personnel serving in grocery stores and restaurants, truckers, farmers, ranchers and everyone else working to aid others during this difficult time.

Here is what you are asked to do: TONIGHT, April 3, 2020, from 8:00 – 9:00 PM, place a light outside your residence, a battery operated candle, flashlight or just your front porch light - to honor those on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Can you imagine every home, on every street, in every city, shining gratitude for one hour? It might just illumine the darkness with thanksgiving to God and to those serving. Let’s share with friends and give it a try for one night...or nightly for the foreseeable future.
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March 30, 2020 - A Word in Crisis by Matt Sears

The Spirit and the bride say, “Come.” And let the one who hears say, “Come.” And let the one who is thirsty come; let the one who wishes take the water of life without cost…He who testifies to these things says, “Yes, I am coming quickly.” Amen. Come, Lord Jesus.” (Rev. 22:17, 20))

How many times have I wondered, “Will today be the day I see my Lord?” How many times have wished that “today” could be that day? Oh, to be home with Him!

Yet the Church, His bride, does not wait alone. The Spirit also yearns and calls for Christ’s return.

How amazing is that!

The One who intercedes for us when we do not know how or what to pray now lends an assenting voice to our simple prayer, “Come.” And Jesus assures us, “Yes, I am coming quickly.”

With that promise, even in this time of crisis, we must keep one eye on the heavens and the other on those who have yet to receive the living water. We have hope. Seek out those who have none. For if the Spirit is working on the hearts of people, then we have work to do for God’s glory.

Wherever you might be today, pray for the return of the Lord—on His timetable not yours. Pray for wisdom and discernment as you are out working in His fields.

Pray for those who are still lost—that faithful believers would seek them out and find them during this time of crisis. And for those believers, pray that they would be ready to reveal the reason for their hope.

GVBC 3.29.2020 Sunday Morning Worship

March 29, 2020 Online Worship
Although scattered we gather to pray, sing, and hear God's Word speaking to us. Don't forget to check-in just as you would if in our worship center. We are together in Chrst!

GVBC 3.29.2020 Sunday Morning Worship

March 28, 2020 - A Word in Crisis - Milfred Minatrea

But Jesus overhearing what was being spoken, said to the synagogue official, “Do not be afraid any longer, only believe.” Mark 5:36

These words are part of one of my favorite stories of Jesus. A Jewish leader’s daughter was seriously ill; sick enough that her Dad hurried to beg Jesus to come heal her. He was asking for a 911 response. Hurry, please; before she dies.

Jesus did what you would expect. He went with the Dad. But on the way, He was interrupted by another person with a need. One Jesus. Two crises.

The delay caused in answering the second crisis had a great cost. As Jesus resumed his trip to the little girl’s home, servants arrived with the message, “Your daughter has died”. What a crushing blow. Without the interruption, He might have made it.

But Jesus doesn’t operate on our schedules. He knows no limitations. In fact, Jesus’ response to the little girl’s father was “Don’t be afraid any longer…believe.” People scorned when Jesus said, “The child is not dead…” until she walked out of the room. Then they were “astounded” at what happened.

Massive crises pose no problem to Jesus. The urgency we sense doesn’t challenge His schedule. He meets needs at His pace. We are blessed. And those who see are amazed. In this time of crisis, can you hear that calming voice, “just believe”?

Pray for:
• Family members who are desperate awaiting outcomes of loved ones infected with COVID-19
• Fathers and mothers who have lost jobs/income unable to provide their family’s needs
• Faith to grow among those who are skeptical that God can intervene with compassionate care

March 27, 2020 - A Word in Crisis by Matt Sears

“I lay down and slept; I awoke, for the Lord sustains me.” (Psalm 3:5) “Many are saying, “Who will show us any good? Lift up the light of Your countenance upon us, O Lord!” (Psalm 4:6) “In peace I will both lie down and sleep, For You alone, O Lord, make me to dwell in safety.” (Psalm 4:8)

Certainly, my problems differ from those of the psalmist, but I have genuine struggles and I’m sure you do too. Morning and evening, I find myself feeling burdened by these new restrictions and hear little else but uncertainty in a confused world. So, morning and evening, I must seek out the Lord.

We are blessed that God is unchanging and that He gives hope and light to the world. Each day, we endure an unrelenting current of information. Yet our faith and hope remain in the Lord, who is a shield about us (Psalm 3:3).

Today, like in the time of the psalmist, people crave good news—pray that their eyes are opened to see the light of God.

Pray and rejoice over your days. The Lord has given them to you to use for His glory. Yes, even (and especially) the difficult ones.

Pray for your leaders and representatives. They are dealing with great stress and adversity—they need peace and wise counsel.

Lastly, remember that there are Christ-followers in the halls of government—here and in many parts of the world. Pray each morning and evening that they are strengthened and find rest in Him. Pray that they will be a conduit through which the wisdom, peace, and love of God might flow to their colleagues.

March 25, 2020 A Word in Time of Crisis from Milfred MInatrea

But as for me, I trust in You, O Lord. I say, “You are my God.” My times are in Your hand…Make Your face to shine upon Your servant; save me in Your lovingkindness. Psalm 31:14-16

We all experience hurts. We struggle in relationships; even with those we love the most. Events like COVID-19 impact every home. Just as every soul in Egypt was impacted by the Passover angel, through death or deliverance; even so, tough times touch all of us.

However, as followers of Christ, we understand such times are not beyond the grasp of God. Our ‘times are in His hand’ just as a satellite’s orbit is related to the planet it circles, or as waves of the sea are related to the moon. While it may seem that God has left us to current trials and troubles, a clear view of reality sees that He hasn’t left us, but is directly related to us in the struggle.

When the cloud of trouble hides our perception of the Lord’s presence, faith knows that His favor will shine again and prays until the clouds break up. “Make your face to shine upon us.” Our confidence in tough times is His lovingkindness. Focus on Him instead of momentary circumstances. He is faithful.

Pray today -
• for personal relationships to be protected under unusual loads of stress
• for suddenly unemployed or furloughed workers
• for essential personnel who are working long hours with little rest in this season of crisis

Marshall Hall - My Eyes are on You (It is Well)

Here's our Word in Time of Crisis for today. Rather than reading, shut your eyes and let the words sweep over you.

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GVBC 3.22.20 Sunday Morning Worship

Our Worship online - March 22, 2020

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Monday March 23, 2020 - A Word in Crisis by Matt Sears

For we do not have a high priest who cannot sympathize with our weaknesses, but One who has been tempted in all things as we are, yet without sin. Therefore let us draw near with confidence to the throne of grace, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need. (Hebrews 4:15-16)

Survival experts draw from a cornucopia of opinions and advice. Yet, they seem to agree that people make some of the worst decisions when they are bored and given time to act.

Suffering boredom, my weaknesses become more vulnerable. I will mindlessly peruse the internet or movie list, needlessly partake from the pantry, or lazily sleep the hours away. Now, I do not begrudge anyone time for social media, movies, snacks, or naps, but it is imperative that we walk in wisdom and make the most of our time (Ephesians 5:15-16).

Our Savior knows our temptations to sin. He overcame them and empathizes with us—draw near to His grace, mercy, and strength in your struggle against them. Seek out Godly pursuits to fill your days during this crisis.

As routines are restricted and boredom sneaks in:
Pray that the Lord keeps your mind on Him—give time to nurture and enjoy your relationship with Him.

Pray that your neighbors are drawn to healthy pursuits—build real relationships with them so that they might experience His love and they see His glory.

Friday March 20,2020 - Day 5 - A Word in Crisis by Matt Sears

Psalm 34 is an acrostic. Each verse begins with a letter of the Hebrew alphabet. Well, all except the last verse. How does that trivia tidbit matter in a time of crisis? Because - it makes the final verse shine like a beacon.

“The Lord redeems the soul of His servants, and none of those who take refuge in Him will be condemned.”

What does this knowledge do for us in time of crisis? It helps us to recognize that the sovereign and redeeming God is not content to sit back and watch the world unfold below Him.

Verse 22 radiates across the entire psalm and we see an active God:

“I sought the Lord, and He answered me, and delivered me from all my fears.” (v. 4)
“The angel of the Lord encamps around those who fear Him, and rescues them.” (v. 7)
“The eyes of the Lord are toward the righteous and His ears are open to their cry” (v. 15)

As fear assaults, we seek the Lord—He will answer and deliver us. The angel of the Lord encamps around us. The Lord’s eyes are upon us; His ears open to us. We need merely await His timely rescue.

Yet our wait must not be passive. If God is not content to sit back and watch, then we must mirror His initiative. Having tasted and seen these blessings of a good God, we must go and share them with others.

The world is drawn to the sea of fear by a riptide of panic and we stand on shore as a Psalm 34:22 beacon. We reflect the light of Christ, our Deliverer, across that great sea. We serve to guide the lost that they might find our Lord’s peaceful harbor in this time of crisis.

So take time to pray, read Scripture, volunteer to help those who need it, stay at home when necessary, ask for help if you need it, build and rebuild the relationships with those around you—even if you stay six feet away while you do it. Times of crisis have always been times of caring for the Church—may it be so again with us.

Thursday March 19, 2020 - Day 4 - A Word in Crisis by Mark Grissom

“You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you. Trust in the Lord forever, for the Lord God is an everlasting rock.” Isaiah 26:3-4

Where our minds focus can either lead to fearful uncertainty or great hope. Times of crises bring about words or phrases such as uncertainty, uncharted territory, and lack of understanding. The simplicity of daily routines, happenings outside the home, gatherings, extra trips have diminished. The world appears to be tipping over right now despite the world being round. But God…

God allows our minds and hearts to be stayed on Him. Perfect peace in the One who created us changes our perspective as our faith and trust become stronger daily, knowing we have a Savior, Jesus Christ, who will see us through times of hardship. Last night, I was reading to my children the story of Moses and God’s people crossing the Red Sea in Exodus 14. My children agreed to the theme of the story…”God will make a way because He always makes a way.” The Lord made an eternal Way to perfect peace through the person of Jesus Christ for His creation. May our trust and faith be set on Him in this difficult time.

Pray for opportunities of both service and encouragement to those in need today. Take time to reflect on the character of the Lord and rejoice in the encounter of that experience. Let us remember that He will always make a way as He shows us The Way.

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1401 Interstate 30
Mesquite, TX

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Monday 09:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 16:00
Sunday 09:15 - 12:00
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