Evening Service at Grace

Why An Evening Service?

Starting September 8th, Grace will begin having an evening service the second Sunday of the month. After a potluck at 5 PM in the Fellowship Hall we’ll gather in the Worship Center from 6-7 PM for a time of praise, prayer, and hearing from God’s Word. As we read in Acts 2:42, the...
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Grace Talent Show

2019 Grace Talent Show Video

Thank you to all who participated in the 2019 Grace Baptist Church Talent Show! Watch a video of each act and enjoy the many talents of your church family. Apologies to our great piano players; the lighting in the video is a bit dark and it is difficult to see you – but it...
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Fellowship of the Unashamed

As quoted in a recent sermon, the below comes from the pen of an unknown pastor in Zimbabwe who was martyred. As the story goes, the note was later found in his desk. I am part of the fellowship of the unashamed. I have Holy Spirit power. The die has been cast. I have stepped...
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Mens Retreat Invitation

An Invitation to the Men of Grace

Let me take this opportunity to invite every one of you to our upcoming Men’s Retreat at Crystal Springs Baptist Camp from Friday 3 May to Sunday 5 May. Come and join us for what is sure to be a remarkable time together with each other and with our God. To those men who may not...
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Bible Study Tools

As a part of our How to Study the Bible Enrichment Hour class we discussed some helpful tools to enrich your study of Scripture. Here’s the list: STUDY BIBLES Take special note of book introductions Utilize cross-references to other passages Remember, the notes aren’t...
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Baptist Church History

A Brief History of the Baptist Church

Although some have assumed that the Baptist denomination is related to the historical Anabaptist movement, this is not the case. While there are some similarities, the differences in theology and in historical development are significant. Religious affiliations descending from...
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Thanksgiving At Grace

Joyful greetings in Christ Jesus to you all – In a few weeks we will be celebrating Thanksgiving, a time set aside by George Washington for “public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty God.” As Christians...
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Inviting Others To Church

Despite all the changes in the culture and in technology over the years, the single most effective means of getting someone to come to church has remained the same: a personal invitation. Consider these statistics: In North Dakota, about 1/3 of people attend church just a few...
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Intro to Old Testament

Introduction to the Old Testament

One of our current classes during the Enrichment Hour is Introduction to the Old Testament. This class is designed to provide an overview of the Old Testament in order to expand your understanding of the New. Below is the outline of the class, as well as the notes from each week...
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Protestant Reformers Wall in Geneva

The Reformers Were Far From Perfect

As we continue in our sermon series on “Why The Reformation still Matters,” it is important for us to acknowledge that Reformers like Luther, Calvin, Zwingli, and Knox were far from perfect. These were imperfect men. All figures of history are, and church history is no exception:...
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