Our Message

The need:

The need,
that we, Grace Baptist Church,
deeply burdened by,
divinely called to address, and
uniquely qualified to meet,
Broken Biblical Foundations
resulting in
lost souls,
immature christians,
dysfunctional families,
weak churches, and a
corrupt society.

For that reason

Grace Baptist Church exists to glorify God
by establishing the foundations of godly generations,
who embrace this legacy,
as we pray fervently:
evangelizing sinners,
educating believers, and
equipping laborers;
to give the world a Biblical way of life.

Our message at Grace Baptist Church is based firmly on the scriptures.

We believe:

  • That “all scripture is given by inspiration of God” and that all we need to be fully equipped to serve in every good work and to live as God wants us to can be found in the Bible. – II Timothy 3:16
  • The Lord Jesus Christ is the living Word of God. We believe in the virgin birth, eternal deity, crucifixion, bodily resurrection, and personal premillennial return of Jesus Christ with His church to the earth. – 1 Corinthians 2:2
  • That all are lost and in need of Jesus Christ to save them. The Bible says each one is lost, sinful, and hopeless without Jesus Christ as their Savior. – Romans 3:23, Revelation 20:14
  • That salvation is through Jesus Christ alone. The Bible teaches that God leads people to repentance and faith in Jesus Christ alone. – Ephesians 2:8
  • That each person needs to respond personally to God’s working in their life for salvation. – John 1:12, Romans 10:10-13

One Response to Our Message

  1. Jody says:

    I moved away from my main group of friends a neumbr of years ago because of work, and our lives have all taken many twists and turns since such that we have all found maintaining our friendships at their previous level difficult. I still miss these friends and though I have made others, these friendships do not seem to have the same depth and it is not just because they are newer. As I get older, I find that people seem to have less time and energy for friendship among the competing demands of work and family, and I find this sad although I am guilty of it also. When I moved here, I also met some people who I felt offered potential as friends, but they seemed to already have as many friends as they could cope with and were not really interested in including any more. I would do anything to help my friends, but I could not say the same of all of them. However, one of the pleasures of getting older is that one gets more philosophical about peoples’ capabilities and alters expectations accordingly. My husband remains my best friend and our relationship compensates much for any perceived shortcomings of others. I have also had the enjoyment of forging much better relationships with siblings and some relatives as we have all “grown up” a bit.

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