Sundays in July

The church is marked by its unity, shared life, commonality, and community—in a word: fellowship. Fellowship is critical to the life of the church. Christianity is not a spectator event that happens on Sunday. It is a common, shared life with other believers. — John MacArthur

During the month of July, our regular Sunday morning Fellowship Groups go on hiatus. Designed to be a time of refreshment and fellowship with our Grace Church family as a whole, these five weeks give our congregation the opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of teaching from our pastors and elders, professors at The Master’s University, and guest lecturers for the Doctor of Ministry Program at The Master’s Seminary. Our prayer is that you will be refreshed and renewed by these times of equipping.

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In this seminar, we will consider the miraculous gifts of the New Testament (tongues, prophecy, and healing), and will see that the modern charismatic version of those gifts does not measure up to the biblical reality.

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A Study in the Violent and Cynical Perversion of Truth, Justice, and Human Right

One of the most prominent villains in Scripture, Jezebel, demonstrates the cynical perversion of both worship and government, the destruction of human rights, and the persecution of the godly. This seminar will examine how an evil ruler like Jezebel can set the stage for God’s faithfulness to a remnant of His people.

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The core teachings of the Catholic church are examined and contrasted with the doctrines of the sufficiency and authority of Scripture and justification.

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Charles Spurgeon said, “Train up a child in the way he should go – but be sure to go that way yourself.” God’s direction to parents is simple and straightforward, but your faithfulness to raise your children biblically must be a reflection of your commitment to Jesus Christ. This seminar will look at the essentials of Christian parenting through the lens of a passion to influence the next generation.

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