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The last lesson Jesus had for his disciples can inspire and bless our community in ways we can’t even imagine. Each of us have a special call to follow His example, so that we can transform our community into a place where generosity is the norm and the Kingdom of God is here.
In our journey through life, hope can sometimes seem distant, especially when challenges arise. We’re diving into what it means to stand ‘On the Edge of Hope’ and how to find our way back. Come explore the resilient nature of hope and how it can transform our lives. Your story of hope starts here.
Ever feel stuck and wonder, ‘What’s it gonna take to flip the script on my life?’ This Sunday, we’re diving deep into that game-changing element that can totally remix your life’s narrative. So, why not join us? It’s time for Turnaround Sunday! —— Stay Connected: https://bit.ly/TryGraceWEB Facebook: https://bit.ly/TryGraceFB Instagram: https://bit.ly/TryGraceIG Twitter: https://bit.ly/TryGraceTW Series: Life is Hard, God is Good • Message: Why We Suffer Pastor John Slye Jr. | Grace Community Church | Arlington, VA #gracecommunitychurch #JohnSlyeJr #trygracecc #2023sermons #sundaysermon #sermon #churchservice #sundayservice #sundaychurch #onlinechurch #churchonline #arlington #trygrace #achurchforpeoplewhodontgotochurch #livesermon #liveservice
Ever encountered someone who just has to be in control of everything? What drives them to act that way? Surprisingly, their ultimate goal isn't so different from yours or mine. Join us to discover what the Bible has to say about our innate urge to control.
"The bed is that magical place where I suddenly remember all I was supposed to do." If you've ever laid down to sleep, only to have your mind wake up, you're not alone. Today, we'll see how three different accounts of Jesus' life all speak to this one issue in a message titled, "Better Sleep".
There's no shortage of advice when it comes to your health. But the problem isn't information; it's something completely different. If you're tired of the same old physical and mental health roller coaster, you won't want to miss what Jesus has to say about the key to better health.
We all want better. Who doesn't want a better body, a better kitchen, a better bank account balance, and better relationships? You want to be better, I want better, and God wants better for us, too. Today we kick off an 8-week sermon series that explores what the Bible says about how to have better fun, resilience, health, sleep, boundaries, friendships, finances, and a better life overall.
Guys, you won't want to miss this! We're packing the day with some amazing surprises just for you. Plus, we'll be delving into Christ's clear instructions to help us achieve our true desires. Make sure to join us for "The Equalizer". Can't wait to see you there!
81% of people say there is a greater purpose to life, and 70% say they have no clue what that purpose is. Until we're clear on our purpose, our lives will feel scattered. Learn about about how catching fish can help us catch a new vision for living.
Former NFL player and Pastor Joshua Symonette joins us from Hope Baltimore. Joshua has spent the last 18 years coaching, developing, and speaking on matters of life, spirituality, and talent development. Identifying and activating potential is what he enjoys most. He joins us with a message entitled You Become Your Focus which will provide the insights you need to make positive changes in your life.
Are you tired of the drama, politics, and religious baggage that gets piled onto Christianity? Join us for this sermon series called “Just Jesus.” Whether you’re a lifelong churchgoer or just exploring faith, we invite you to take a fresh look at the person at the center of the Christian faith: Jesus himself.
We all want to avoid relationships that are constantly on life support. There's a whole book of the Bible that is essentially a case study for how to do this. Come Sunday to hear what this book has to say about the single-most important thing you can do right now (whether you are in a relationship or not) that will help you avoid misery in romance.
For those who are married or hope to be in the future, it's worth noting that love may eventually cool down. In many cases, couples in long-term relationships may find themselves just going through the motions, feeling more like roommates than romantic partners. But there's hope. We discuss straightforward, uncomplicated, and effective strategies to rekindle the passion and love between you and your partner.
The vast majority of us want to experience a romantic relationship that is deeply satisfying and full of joy, not one that is on life support. Yes, but how? That is what this brand-new series will focus on in the next four weeks. It is possible to keep the romance alive and growing. Join us and find out how.
Want to discover the secret sauce of a strong faith? Join us this weekend for Palm Sunday as we explore the key ingredients that make up a thriving relationship with God. These ingredients are not only found in great leaders but are also at the core of a church for people who don't go to church.
Life is full of tests. If you've ever been unprepared for a test, you know it's a miserable experience. In this message, we're going to look at one of life's biggest tests. It impacts all of our relationships and, unfortunately, the church has often failed at it. This is one test you'll want to pass. Join us as we discuss the second Temptation of Jesus.
Being misunderstood or misunderstanding others creates a barrier to healthy relationships. What if you could find a practical way to lower those barriers? Would you try it? Join us as we take a step toward better understanding and better relationships.
There’s lots of things in life that are good for you that you just don’t like doing. You could probably think of a few right now. What if I told you that there is something that’s really good for you and you actually love doing it. Join us and find out more.