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We are a church family committed to joyful worship, growing in grace, and the extension of God's "good news" to those living in our city and its surrounding communities. We believe in the inspiration and authority of God's Word and believe the best expression of that is to be found in the Reformed-Covenantal understanding of scripture. We deeply desire to follow Jesus as his disciples which can only occur as we increasingly love our God and our neighbor. We confess that we are spiritually worse than we think we are but we also know that God's grace is far greater than we ever dreamed possible. It would be our joy to have you join us in worship this Lord's Day. Come and experience God's grace at Grace!
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Grace Presbyterian Church
688 N. Washington Ave.
Madison, Florida 32340
Posted: October 14
Just getting back from a few days at the (hot) beach so forgive the tardiness of this. Tomorrow is Gideon Sunday and Alston Kelly (one of our county commissioners) will be our guest and filling the pulpit as we hear of what the Lord is doing through the placing of His Word around the world. I do not have an outline to give you but request that you pray for God's Spirit to be very much in our midst as we seek to worship the Lord our God will all of our heart. May the Lord bless your day of worship tomorrow as well.
Posted: October 07
Here is the outline for this Sunday, October 8th, as we conclude the late summer & early fall series entitle "The State of the Nation in Light of Romans 1:18-32". ABANDONED BY GOD The Extent of Man’s Sinfulness * * * Text: Romans 1:28-32 I. THE OVERARCHING CONDITION – vs. 28 II. THE OVERWHELMING CONDUCT – vs. 29-31 III. THE OVERT CONSENT – vs. 32 LIFE TAKEAWAYS • To condone what God clearly condemns is to be an accomplice… • To keep silent when God calls us to be salt & light… • To act as if this proliferation of immorality & all the aftershocks that go w/it is no big deal is… • So what should we be doing as disciples of Jesus in response…
Posted: October 02
As you probably know by now, a little after 10:00 PM last night a 64-year-old lone gunman broke out his window at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas and, with automatic/rapid fire weapons, opened up on a crowd of 22,000 gathered for a country music concert across the street from the hotel. The carnage is worse than some military fire-fights in a time of war. Obviously this has shaken our nation but it has particularly rocked the city of Las Vegas. We have two PCA churches plus a Korean church in the city. Would you pray for the pastors, elders and their congregations as they reach out to minister comfort and the gospel to the bereaved, the wounded, the law enforcement community, the hospital staffs, first responders including the fire department and schools. Particularly pray for… • Pastor Paul Chong of Las Vegas Presbyterian Church • Pastor Bill Posey (whom I know) of Spring Meadows Presbyterian • Pastor Eric Phillips of City-Wide Redeemer Church This horrific event will traumatize many not to mention the grief of survivors, deep pain in the loss of loved ones and anguish for those who are on life support and may or may not make it out of the hospital alive. Somehow, someway may the name of Jesus be lifted up, others who came so close to death realize their need of Christ and His redeeming work, and that many in the Las Vegas community spiritually respond to the reality of how short life is and how quickly it can be snuffed out. Please pray for these things and whatever else the Holy Spirit may bring to your mind. Grace and Peace, Pastor Gary