Gratia church celebrated Independence Day at Coyote Point Recreational Park on July 4th with members together and it was full of grace and joy. Members had a nice BBQ lunch and had fun outdoor activity with team competition. Members were refreshed in
Gratia church began small groups and breaking bread from this week. This was suggested by members during the monthly meeting which was held last week.
Gratia church is planning to open discipleship program for members and it is scheduled from July 9-July 13. It is one week program that designed to teach the students to be a true disciples of Jesus. Studying, preaching and doing evangelism will be the main focus that they will do daily.
Gratia Community Church is offering summer bible study for the youth. The bible study opens in the State University Tuesday through Friday at 2 pm in the library. We welcome anyone who is interested in the bible.
When the prophet Samuel went to Bethlehem to anoint one of Jesse's sons to be the next king, Samuel saw the oldest son, Eliab, and was impressed by his appearance. The prophet thought he had found the right man, but the Lord rejected Eliab. God reminded Samuel that He "does not look at the things people look at. People look at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart" (1 Samuel 16:7).
Without God, I could not have come to where I am now.Without God. I did not know the purpose of my life and neither did I know my real value on the earth before I came to know God a few years ago. I tried to win other's approval to prove myself to be an important person. I was longing for romantic relationship but no one accepted me.