Current Sermon Series
Invite a friend to join you as we spend four weeks discussing the statement: "We will do whatever it takes, short of sinning, to reach those who are far from God."
Teaching Spotlight: You Lost Me
In You Lost Me, the bestselling coauthor of unChristian trained his reseacher's eye on Christians ages 18 to 29, exposing why they leave the church and rethink their faith. With this insightful and honest series, you and your small group can connect across generational lines, discuss the most pressing faith issues of our day, and begin the process of building up the next generation of Christ followers. This series will help you understand why the next generation often sees the church as overprotective, shallow, anti-intellectual, exclusive, repressive, and intolerant of doubt. You'll hear the voices of young people who want to be part of a community of faith but have been marginalized by the church. And you'll discover loving, biblical ways to reconnect to them with kindness, compassion, and humility. If you care about the future of the church, you don't want to miss You Lost Me.
Grace owns a subscription to RightNow Media (web-based video curriculum) that is available to everyone at GCF. We’ll routinely highlight different options they offer to challenge you in your growth. Don’t have a login yet? Just let us know and we’ll get you one!
Guest Speaker, Sunday Oct 12
Sukhwant Bhatia came to Christ from a Sikh background and is the first Sikh convert to have graduated with a degree in Theological Studies in Chandigarh, India. Sukhwant earned his PhD in Higher Education Administration at the University of North Texas to prepare for a lifetime of ministry of “teaching faithful men who will also be qualified to teach others” (2 Tim. 2:2). We are so excited to have him come and share with us!
MarriageTeam Pizza Feed & Info Meeting
In January, Grace is going to partner with Vancouver-based MarriageTeam to offer training to people with an interest in helping couples improve their marriages. This isn't counseling it's coaching, helping provide tools, particularly in the area of communication.
You need not have The Perfect marriage to be a coach. Nobody does. You just need the courage to help others, to listen and to guide. So, if you're interested, join us at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 12 for testimonies from those who have coached and have been coached. Eat pizza, salad and cookies. And consider whether this would be a way for you to help others help themselves.
If you have any questions, email here.