Grace Bible Church

Latest Sermons:

Someone's Coming - Part 5

December 21, 2014 | Passage: Isaiah 9:1-7 | Speaker: Mark Webb

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Someone's Coming - Part 4

December 14, 2014 | Passage: 2 Samuel 7:12-17 | Speaker: Mark Webb

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Someone's Coming - Part 3

December 07, 2014 | Passage: Deuteronomy 18:15-19 | Speaker: Mark Webb

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Latest Sunday School - Wednesday Lesson:

Paul's Prayer for the Colossians - Part 2

December 21, 2014 | Passage: Colossians 1:9-14 | Speaker: Oscar Stroede

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Psalm 15

December 17, 2014 | Passage: Psalm 15 | Speaker: Mark Webb

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Paul's Prayer for the Colossians

December 14, 2014 | Passage: Colossians 1:9-14 | Speaker: Oscar Stroede

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Schedule of Services:

Our schedule of services, Sunday School 9:45am, Sunday Worship 10:45am. Childrens Sunday School is provided for children of all ages, childrens church is provided for kids up to 4 years of age.

Wednesdays a Pot Providence supper is served at 6:00pm, Wednesday worship begins at 7:00pm. Classes for children are provided for kids up to 18 on Wednesdays.


Someone's Coming

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Featured Resource Doc:

Parable of the Two Trains - Part 1

Author: Mark Webb
The relationship between the Old Covenant and the New Covenant forms one of the most difficult questions in all of theology. So said Jonathan Edwards. Many think they have it all figured out and are quick to tell us so. Yet easy, quick, and simplistic answers betray a shallowness of thinking. If you think the answer is easy, it’s most likely because you’ve not even understood the question. Our thinking tends to be governed by extremes rather than by balance. That is, we like to think in terms of “this or that” rather than in terms of “this and that”. The controversy at hand shows that same tendency, with “law” and “grace” often viewed as opposite ends of the spectrum rather than as complimentary truths.