A place for you to grow
Our theme for 2014 is Growing in Grace. We are studying the message of grace and its profound impact on our lives. We need God's grace not only for salvation, but also to be sanctified more into the image of Christ. It's our desire that as you become a part of the Grace family, you will find yourself growing in grace!
Watch Sermons | Service Times
9:30am* - LifeGroups | Sunday School (all ages)
10:30am* - Morning Worship (Adults) | Kidstown
6:00pm* - Family Service (all ages)
7:00pm* - Prayer Meeting (Adults) | Young Adults Bible Study | Ignite Youth (7th-12th) | Kids4Truth (2 yrs-6th)
*Servicios en Espanol
News | Events
Back in 1985, a young assistant pastor in his late 20s came over from Pekin, Illinois to candidate to become associate pastor at Grace Baptist Church. Those of us who have been in the church more than 30 years, know how the Lord used the Pastor Doug and Karen Stein and their family for 15 years to have a major impact on the life and growth of our church.
In lieu of the evening service on Sunday, August 31, we will meet at host homes for food and fellowship at 5:00 pm. Groups will be divided according to Sunday morning small groups. Please use the form below to sign up and choose a food item to bring. This will give the hosts an idea of how many to expect and prepare for.
From the Pulpit
This morning we’re going to see that the Holy Spirit plays another role—He is the Spirit of Truth (v. 13). We live in a world full of deception, deceit, propaganda and lies. I heard the story of Jorge Rodriguez was a Mexican bank robber who operated along the Texas border in the late 1800s. He was so successful the Texas Rangers assigned an extra posse to the Rio Grande to stop him...
Last week we saw that when you come to Christ and abide in the Vine, the world often hates you. Jesus continues to warn about this persecution in verses 1-4. He even says in verse 2, “They shall put you out of the synagogues: yea, the time cometh, that whosoever killeth you will think that he doeth God service.”
We live in a very lonely world. As his UCLA football team suffered through a poor season in the early 1970s, head coach Pepper Rodgers came under intense criticism and pressure from alumni and fans. Things got so bad that friends became hard to find. “My dog was my only true friend,” Rodgers says...