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This announcement was shared at Grace Church this morning in our services. We recorded it for you and posted it below (later today). The email was sent to our church family.
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The full story is HERE. Let me tell you, it’s going to be an amazing experience. You will walk away with these benefits, plus a 50 page workbook to help you on your your journey:
An ancient promise which reveals that you have a new name written on a white stone
The difference between your Birth Name, your Given Names, and Your Secret Name
How men and women differ in their strategies to win at the “Name Game”
How to overcome the...
Fear #3 – Fear of Success:
This last fear may sound strange at first, but I’ve seen it spring up in my coaching clients more and more. We deeply fear our own success. And many times it’s the highly successful people that fear greater success the most.
Success is a type of magnifying glass. The spotlight shines brighter when you’re on the platform. Most of us know our flaws and we fear exposure of those weaknesses. We do ...
In week two of Great Expectations at Grace Church.
Last week was – The God of the Gap, about the Magi (listen here).
This week is – I didn’t sign up for this, about Mary and Joseph.
Let’s face it…many times in life things happen that cause us to say,
I didn’t sign up for this.
But rest assured, in that moment, God has a plan and a provision. The real question is our response. On Sunday I’ll share 10 resp...
Has there ever been a gap between what you’ve expected and what you’ve experienced?
What filled those gaps?
Joy? Sorrow? Pain? Love? Peace? Anger? Bitterness? Disillusionment? God?
On Sunday, we’re going to explore the God of the gap and discover how He wants to change us and change our responses into Great Expectations.
Hope you can join us.
(This sermon will be recorded and posted at a later date)
I can’t wait for the sermon on Sunday.
We’ll be taking a look at a rich passage: Philippians 2:1-18.
The sermon in a sentence is: We must act, get off the bench, and get in the game.
Hope to see you there. (It will be recorded and posted too).
1 Therefore if you have any encouragement from being united with Christ, if any comfort from his love, if any common sharing in the Spirit, if any tenderness and compassion, 2 then m...
In May I interviewed Tim Willard and Jason Locy authors of Veneer. (Read interview here.) These guys are not only friends, but they are articulate, insightful, and authentic students of Jesus and cultural trends.
Recently, I sat down with these guys at a Taco Mac in Atlanta. After hearing their hearts, I knew I had to bring them to Columbus and they agreed on November 11th. You won’t want to miss this special evening that will challenge y...
Pat Robertson has a view.
Society has a view.
You have a view.
But most importantly, God has a view:
It has been said, ‘Anyone who divorces his wife must give her a certificate of divorce. But I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for sexual immorality, makes her the victim of adultery, and anyone who marries a divorced woman commits adultery. – Matthew 5:31-32
But what does this mean? How do we live it out?
On Sunday I w...
Are you a guy who wants to become a better leader at work, home, and life?
Why not come to our monthly breakfast?
Each gathering we will learn a Law of Leadership (from John Maxwell’s book, the 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership), examine a Biblical character, and evaluate their leadership (good or bad).
Come join us at Grace Church from 6:30-8:00 am, the second Friday of the month in the church basement. Bring a friend and/or co-worker.
Where were you when the BOMB went off?
Yeah, we think of that phrase negatively, don’t we?
Yet sometimes we refer to God as wrecking our lives or dismantling our comfort zone (in a good way of course).
The most written on passage in the Bible, the Sermon on the Mount, went off like a Bomb for Jesus’ audience.
When the Sermon concluded, what was the Aftermath?
When Jesus had finished saying these things, the crowds we...
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