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Posts by admin (Page 86)

>We've moved!

>The Graceworks blog has moved to the Grace Chapel website. Go to www.graceepc.org to read new blog entries, download podcasts of the Sunday messages, and to find out what’s happening at Grace Chapel. Join us for our fall kick off barbeque Wednesday, August 27 at 5:30pm. Everyone is welcome!

>This One's for the Ladies

> Every word I believed intill I felt it in my own heartin the deepest partthe healing came -Sara Groves Posted by Robin Schmidt on August 20th, 2008 There are women in our lives that intimidate us. We are awed by their beauty or their gifts or their strength or their popularity and we pull back. We are afraid to approach. We are afraid of rejection. “She…

>There Are No God Forsaken Places

> The poor you will always have with you, and you can help them any time you want. Mark 14:7 Posted by Doug Walker on July 20th, 2008 The poor you will always have with you, and you can help them any time you want.Mark 14:7 The scene was a dinner party, and Jesus was the guest of honor. Everyone was reclining at the table, sharing stories and enjoying one…

>Living on a Need to Know basis

>submitted by Robin Schmidt It is the information age. We can find out pretty much anything through books, television, or the world wide web. We value knowledge and pursue it. We have game shows where people compete to see who possesses greater knowledge. Remember Ken from Jeopardy? He seemed to know EVERYTHING. We believe knowledge is power. If we know then we are in…

>The "be with" factor

>Submitted by Robin Schmidt My hands are full, my plate, my to do list. All full. That is the state of our culture. Busy, busy, busy. We are stressed from it. We are tired. So why do we do it? Because it is easier. Really. Being busy doing things is MUCH easier than being with people in relationship. We are a society that wants to know “What am I supposed to…

>Fire Insurance

>Submitted by Robin Schmidt Have you ever heard the fire insurance analogy? Hell being a place of eternal fire, the “sales pitch” is made that Jesus is your insurance policy against fire/hell. You may be shaking your head in wonder or chuckling, but many of us do think of God in that way. Maybe not as fire insurance, but certainly as some form of coverage…