Life Together

Applying the Word

Posted onOctober 30, 2008 | by: Allen Snapp | 0 comments

At the close of this past Sunday's message entitled Saved By Grace Alone I asked some application questions. My family spent some time this week discussing them and found them to promote good interaction (and some pretty interesting observations!) over the truths in Ephesians 2:1-10, so in the hope that these questions might also serve you and your family, here they are......Keep Reading

Saying Goodbye...

Posted onOctober 8, 2008 | by: Allen Snapp | 0 comments

This past Monday we thought Janice's mom was going home to be with the Lord. Mom Lehman is a godly, humble, loving woman who served the Lord Jesus faithfully for many, many years, but has had advanced alzheimer's for over 15 years and no longer seems to recognize even her closest loved ones. She is ready to go home to be with her Lord....Keep Reading

Of Theology, Mystery and Worship

Posted onSeptember 18, 2008 | by: Allen Snapp | 0 comments

Last night in care group we were discussing the necessity of accepting mystery in our understanding of who God is, what God has done, and how He does it. As Spurgeon says, "I worship a God I never expect to comprehend. If I could grasp him in the hollow of mine hand, I could not call him my God ; and if I could understand his dealings so that I could read them as a child reads his spelling book, I could not worship him..."...Keep Reading

Why the Name Change?

Posted onSeptember 6, 2008 | by: Allen Snapp | 0 comments

You might be wondering, so what's up with the name change? Many churches in our family of churches are changing to Sovereign Grace Church, and here we are changing from Sovereign Grace Church to Grace Community Church. Let me just say that I love the name Sovereign Grace Church! Always have and always will. Our decision to change our name began with a sense that God was bringing a fresh season to this church and we began to wonder if a name change might not reflect that expectation. And Grace Community seemed to "fit" our small town locale in a way that just seemed right....Keep Reading