A Glorious Grace

A Glorious Grace: Foundations Of Grace

How do we ever begin to understand the depths of God's amazing grace toward us? How do we grasp the enormity of His great love and mercy? Join our teaching team as they dig deep into God's grace, specifically the foundations of that grace. 

Messages in Series

  • The God Of Grace: Part Two

    Randy Pope | Jul 30

    Randy Pope concludes his message "The God Of Grace" with Part Two, from selected texts. The question he addresses this week is "Why Would A Gracious God Decree Bad Things?" Randy uses real life stories of how God used "bad" things to make a difference in peoples' lives.

  • Grace For Grumblers

    Jeff Norris | Jul 23

    The default of the human condition is to grumble ... to complain ... to be dissatisfied or discontent. Why do we grumble and why do we think God owes us good things? Jeff Norris looks and these questions as he continues the series with his message, "Grace For Grumblers", from Ephesians 2:1-10 (ESV). 


    Please note: the images from the video about the plagues that was playing behind Jeff have been deleted due to copyright issues.

  • The God Of Grace: Part One

    Randy Pope | Jul 16

    Your view of God will shape answers to your questions, OR, your answers will shape your view of God. Join Randy in the first part of "The God Of Grace" as he looks at selected texts. This week he looks into "What Does It Mean That God Is A God Of Grace?" and "Can A God Of Grace Allow Bad Things To Happen?"

  • The Experience Of Grace: Part Two

    Randy Pope | Jul 09

    How do you know if you're a Christian? Have you experienced God's grace? Randy continues "The Experience Of Grace" with part two, looking at "Sorry", "Yea", and "O.K." from Isaiah 6:1-8 (NASB). 

  • The Experience Of Grace: Part One

    Randy Pope | Jul 02

    Randy Pope starts a new series, "A Glorious Grace: Foundations Of Grace". His message is the first part of "The Experience Of Grace", and looks at Isaiah 6:1-8 (NASB). When was the last time you said "WOW" when looking at God and His grace? How do you know you are experiencing grace? It all comes down to looking up and seeing the cross of Christ, not looking into myself.


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