Today's blog post is an encouraging reminder from Michael Garland. "If you are His child, trust that God is able to use the scattering winds that blow in your life to accomplish His perfect will for your good and for His glory!" At the end of the post Mike suggests using the comments below to share some of the ways you've grown or been challenged in this season....Keep Reading
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Today's GBC blog post is by Nick Butch Hudson. He shares some honest, personal reflections on current issues related to race and justice in our country. "I don’t have many of these answers, but one thing I do know is that we, as Christians, need to be a bridge for this deepening divide. Additionally, as Jesus said, we are called to weep with those who weep."...
The GBC blog has a new "How to..." post by Lynsey Bock. She offers some wise insight on family size and God's calling for all of us....
In today's post on the church blog, Michael Garland reminds us to praise the Lord for his timeless faithfulness. “Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits” (Psalm 103:2)....Keep Reading
In this post on the church blog, Dave Martin follows up his previous explainer post on Critical Race Theory by highlighting the dangers of this ideology. He ends with an encouraging reminder to remember our great God and rest in the gospel of Christ....Keep Reading
Cece Woloszyn writes about singleness on the blog today. This is a wonderful post with relevant insight and encouragement for us all....Keep Reading
Today on the GBC blog, Dan Stump thinks through Romans 14 and its instructions for believers to interact lovingly with one another even when our views differ....Keep Reading
Today's blog post, by Dave Martin is a helpful explainer on Critical Race Theory. "Here’s why we must view Critical Race Theory (CRT, a part of Critical Theory) with great caution. It provides a story of reality that runs counter to the Christian story. Christianity tells us that we are creatures made in God’s image, who have sinned against him, who need to be rescu...Keep Reading
The topic of racial injustice comes up a lot these days. This issue and the tension surrounding it are not new in our country or in the world, but things have intensified again in the past several weeks since George Floyd was killed. We are all experiencing and processing these things differently, but what unites us as Christians is our identity in Jesus and our calling to...Keep Reading
We are bombarded with information, and it is challenging to sort through and know what we should be digesting. For a couple of months, we have been talking about how best we can lead and shepherd one another to share the mind of Christ, the heart of Christ, and display the actions of Christ. We’ve decided that one way to help us grow as disciples and as a church is by re...Keep Reading