From the Pastor's Desk:

Today I am preaching my third sermon in a series of sermons on the topic of "not being ashamed of the Gospel." The Apostle Paul emphatically, unapologetically declared that statement in Roman 1:16. To those of us who are saved, born-again believers in Jesus Christ and His fulfilling work on the cross, we understand that "Gospel" to be the "power" that changed or transformed our lives. As such, we too should never be ashamed of the Gospel because that is what saved us, and cleansed us, and made us whole and free. In like manner, we should also not be ashamed of doctrinally sound, Biblically-based Gospel preaching. For, as the Bible says, "how are they (unbelievers) going to hear about Jesus unless someone preaches (proclaims) it?" Too many pulpits have people standing in them giving feel-good speeches, or telling cute stories, or making people laugh with jokes. I am of the opinion we need churches and pastors to get back to the preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Today, we will be looking at the characteristics of the unashamed. If a person truly is unashamed of the Gospel, they will display a life of purpose - Kingdom purpose. They will also have a passion for the things of God, and a passion to share the Gospel. And, thirdly, their life will display evidence of the power of God. May we not only be unashamed of the Gospel, and unashamed of Biblical preaching, but also may we display characteristics that shows we are unashamed to be walking with our Lord!

Pastor Randy

 

 

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Thank you for visiting our website. We are a Southern Baptist Church that has been in our community for over 60 years. A lot has changed in our society during that time, but one thing that has not changed at Grace is the consistent, vibrant, down-to-earth preaching and teaching of the Bible, God's holy, infallible Word. Thank you again for visiting us. May God bless and keep you in His care as you live your life for Him. 

 Randall Forsythe,  Pastor

 

Service Times

Sunday School       9:30 am

Sunday Morning   10:30 am 

Wednesday Eve      6:00 pm