Grace Bible Church

Latest Sermons:

Christ Offering Himself to Us

October 26, 2014 | Passage: Matthew 11:25-30 | Speaker: Mark Webb

Video - Audio

The Kingdom Committed to Christ

October 19, 2014 | Passage: Matthew 11:27 | Speaker: Mark Webb

Video - Audio

Jesus Is Worth It All

October 13, 2014 | Passage: 2 Peter | Speaker: Kevin Dibbley

- Audio

Latest Sunday School - Wednesday Lesson:

The Brevity of Life

October 15, 2014 | Speaker: Barry Godwin

Audio

Joseph Part 3

September 28, 2014 | Passage: Genesis 43-50 | Speaker: Oscar Stroede

Audio

Joseph Part 2

September 21, 2014 | Speaker: Oscar Stroede

Audio

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.


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Featured Resource Doc:

Parable of the Two Trains - Part 2

Author: Mark Webb
Covenant Theology was described as one train on one track but with two engineers. Originally, Moses was the engineer as it chugged its way through the Old Testament times. Then, at the juncture of the Old and New ages, Christ replaces Moses as the new engineer. This model seeks to emphasize the continuity of Covenant Theology. There’s only one covenant (one track) but two admin­istrators (two engineers)–first, Moses, and, later, Jesus. The passengers on this train can be called “Israel” or “the Church” interchangeably. Dispensationalism, on the other hand, was depicted as two separate trains on two separate tracks. One train has Moses as its engi­neer and runs on the Old Covenant track. Its passengers are called “Israel”. The other train has Jesus as its engineer and runs on the track of the New Covenant. Its passengers are called “the Church”.