Once you’ve taken the classes, been interviewed by the elders, and prepared a testimony, a day will be set when you will be immersed publicly. What should you do to get ready for that day?...Keep Reading
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Here's the latest iteration of Means of Grace: Divine Light, Is God A Therapist?, Spurgeon's Greatest Evangelist, "Totalizing" Culture War Mindset, The Usefulness of Tradition, and more!...
An open letter written by Pastor Jeff to the members of Cochrane's Town Council regarding a proposed inclusivity statement for the Town....
Introducing "Christ Our Hope In Life and Death," our Song of the Month for April 2020....
Read our latest newsletter to learn how Grace Church is seeking to face the COVD-19 pandemic....
We’d love to see everyone in the church studying and memorizing the catechism together, individually, as families, and as a congregation....
For many Christian families, the stress of the back to school scramble is compounded by decisions regarding how to school their children. Do we choose to home school? Do we send our kids to public school? Christian School? How do we decide what’s best for our family and is right in the eyes of the Lord?...
Here's what our lead pastor's testimony might look like if he were to pursue baptism today....Keep Reading
A baptismal testimony can amplify and clarify the meaning of baptism for those present; it is an encouragement to Christians, an exhortation to those considering Christ, and a summons to those who do not yet believe....Keep Reading
One of our concerns when it comes to baptism is to ensure, as much as it is humanly possible, that those being baptized are truly believers....Keep Reading
So what happens at a baptism service? At Grace Church, here is a rough sketch of what you can expect....Keep Reading
Baptism is a promise to the believer that, as Paul assured the Thessalonians, “he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Christ Jesus.”...Keep Reading
Baptism makes visible what cannot be seen: the faith in Jesus Christ that saves, and its result, that we are forgiven by the Father....Keep Reading
Baptism, a display of Trinitarian glory, signifies three vitally important realities in the life of a new Christian. First, it declares that the believer is joined to Jesus....Keep Reading
Baptism is not pledging allegiance to some abstract, undefined, generic “higher power.”...Keep Reading
What is “baptism” in the first place? What does Jesus tell us to do to disciples?...Keep Reading
Bible reading plans, baptism, the church after COVID, natural law, and more: here’s the latest edition of “Means of Grace”!...Keep Reading
Why do we baptize confessing believers only, and not infants? Who are the proper recipients of Christian baptism?...Keep Reading
We're offering another baptism class Sunday January 12!...Keep Reading