Grace Bible Church Blog

Building Project

Building Project

After months of earthworks and concrete, we are excited to see the building going vertical!  Please pray for our workers; very few of them are saved but you would think they were working as unto the Lord. They have been hard working and diligent.  At the moment, we have enough funds in reserve to get […]

Being Church

Being Church

By now, most of us are weary of discussing the realities and implications of the Covid-19 pandemic. It has created so many inconveniences and obstacles to our normal fellowship that any conversation in which it doesn’t come up seems remarkable and refreshing. But while we have all been frustrated in various ways with the effects […]

A Theology of Catastrophe (Luke 13:1-5)

A Theology of Catastrophe (Luke 13:1-5)

Have you ever wondered how Christians ought to react to tragic events that transpire right in their lifetime? Consider events like the Boston bombings of 2013, Hurricane Katrina of 2005, and the COVID-19 pandemic of 2019-20. How should a Christian respond and react in the wake of catastrophic events? Jesus’ words in Luke 13:1-5 give […]

Sovereign…Yet Good

Sovereign…Yet Good

In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) there have been many helpful articles, blogs, and videos that church men and women have put forth to offer a biblical perspective on the entire issue. Most of them, thankfully, have mentioned the sovereignty of God in the midst of this pandemic. This biblical truth is often the […]

Anxiety

Anxiety

Worry means “to divide, part, rip, tear apart.” For instance, in Luke 21:29-33 Jesus warns us not to be divided between the “kingdom of God” and “the worries of life.”   Worry is a troubling concern with the future over which we have no control. Jesus warned in Matthew 6:34, “do not worry about tomorrow; for […]

Family Worship

Family Worship

Psalm 34:11 — “Come ye children, listen to me; I will teach you the fear of the Lord.” This past Sunday I briefly chatted with Mrs B in the hallway at church. She said to me, “How I miss my Sunday school kids!” I agree! I really missed seeing our teachers arrive in the early […]

Familiar Verses for a Familiar Foe

This morning as I walked out to the car to drive to the office, the Lord providentially gave me an opportunity to observe a sparrow hopping along the snow-covered ground.  A short distance from the car were three robins, walking slowly across the yard, each pecking at the ground and grabbing small amounts of food.  […]

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