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Listen to the most recent Sunday morning messages from Grace Chapel Church of Christ in Cumming, Georgia.

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Part 2: The Quality of a Leader

This month we officially launch the process of appointing additional elders to serve within the Grace Chapel family. The current leadership has taken the time to begin investing prayerfully in this process, and we are inviting you to join along with us. Elders serve as shepherds over the flock, teachers of people, and overseers of the church’s vision. As we work through this process we will learn why God values these leaders and their contribution highly, and why we should as well. This week we see just how important the quality of the leader is in the eyes of God.

36 MIN1 weeks ago
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Part 2: The Quality of a Leader

Part 1: Don’t Lead Alone

Following the Exodus, Moses found himself leading a nation of people who didn’t know what it meant to be a people. In reality, Moses was a leader who sometimes didn’t know what it meant to be a leader. In Exodus 18, it is apparent that his father-in-law has been watching him struggle and out of concern for Moses, he offers some advice. In short, he tells him, “Don’t go it alone.” In this, we learn an important lesson about leadership. No leader should lead alone. This is also God’s plan for the church. We need multiple leaders with different gifts, all who have the heart of God for His people. As we prepare to appoint new Elders at GC, we will take the time to learn this important leadership lesson.

27 MIN2 weeks ago
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Part 1: Don’t Lead Alone

The Guest of Sinners

In Luke 19:10, Jesus gives his summary of Jesus’ mission on earth when he quotes Jesus saying, “For the Son of Man came to seek and save the lost.” These words come on the heels of an encounter with one of the New Testament’s most notorious figures, a man named Zacchaeus. The story of Zacchaeus teaches us some powerful lessons about God and about people as well, most importantly that Jesus is willing to be a guest of sinners. Jesus still makes His presence known in the lives of sinners today. It is His willingness to step into our sin-filled lives, to seek us out while we are far from Him, that changes everything . . . even us.

33 MIN3 weeks ago
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The Guest of Sinners

Part 4: Rebuilding Community

For the month of August, we will spend time in the letter that Paul wrote to the church in Philippi. Paul writes for a number of reasons, among them, the desire to guide these young Christians along as they learn what it means to live as a family of believers. The lessons he teaches them, both through his example and the words he writes, have value for us as well. This week, as it relates to relationship and community, we learn the importance of choosing to rebuild and restore what has been broken.

32 MINAUG 25
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Part 4: Rebuilding Community

Part 3: What Builds Up and What Breaks Down

For the month of August, we will spend time in the letter that Paul wrote to the church in Philippi. Paul writes for a number of reasons, among them, the desire to guide these young Christians along as they learn what it means to live as a family of believers. The lessons he teaches them, both through his example and the words he writes, have value for us as well. This week we take to heart Paul’s challenge to the Philippian Christians to “do everything without grumbling or complaining…”

32 MINAUG 18
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Part 3: What Builds Up and What Breaks Down

Part 2: The Power of Humility

For the month of August, we will spend time in the letter that Paul wrote to the church in Philippi. Paul writes for a number of reasons, among them, the desire to guide these young Christians along as they learn what it means to live as a family of believers. The lessons he teaches them, both through his example and the words he writes, have value for us as well. This week we will witness the power of the attitude of humility as it pertains to building relationship and community with others. It is Jesus own actions and example that serve as both the inspiration and the pathway forward as we seek to embrace true humility in our relationships with others.

24 MINAUG 11
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Part 2: The Power of Humility

Part 1: I Thank God for You

For the month of August we will spend time in the letter that Paul wrote to the church in Philippi. Paul writes for a number of reasons, one being the desire to guide these young Christians along as they learn what it means to live as a family of believers. The lessons he teaches them, both through his example and the words he writes, have value for us as well. This week we begin by learning the power of thankfulness as it relates to sharing life with others.

25 MINAUG 4
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Part 1: I Thank God for You

Part 4: Anger Management

All human beings experience emotions. We may have different ways and degrees to which we express and feel our emotions, but we all experience them. Sometimes we work through our emotions in healthy ways, and at other times we struggle to process what we are experiencing. For some, the experience of a particular emotion can be crippling. God wants us to be emotionally healthy, and while it may come as a surprise initially, scripture actually has lots to say about this truth. As we wrap up this series, we take a look at one of the more complex and difficult emotions to manage, anger.

39 MINJUL 28
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Part 4: Anger Management

Part 3: Battling the Blues

“My favorite team lost and I sure am sad about it!” “My favorite aunt lost her battle with cancer, and I sure am sad about it.” These two short sentences serve to quickly illustrate the reality of the spectrum across which the emotion of sadness exists. This Sunday we will explore sadness through the eyes of David as we try to understand not only how this emotion can color our life’s experience, but also as we seek to understand how Christians should process circumstances that can plunge us into the depths of sadness.

34 MINJUL 21
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Part 3: Battling the Blues

Part 2: An Invitation to Intimacy

Many are waking up to the reality that as a nation, and as people we have a real problem. Far too many Americans are controlled by their emotions rather than experiencing the full freedom Jesus provides. This month we will allow scripture to speak directly into four specific areas of emotional struggle: anxiety, fear, depression, and anger. Last week we began by inviting God to teach us how to live life without being consumed by anxiety. This week we acknowledge that fear is an emotion we ALL experience, but for a follower of Jesus, our fear can actually point to something greater.

34 MINJUL 14
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Part 2: An Invitation to Intimacy

Latest Episodes

Part 2: The Quality of a Leader

This month we officially launch the process of appointing additional elders to serve within the Grace Chapel family. The current leadership has taken the time to begin investing prayerfully in this process, and we are inviting you to join along with us. Elders serve as shepherds over the flock, teachers of people, and overseers of the church’s vision. As we work through this process we will learn why God values these leaders and their contribution highly, and why we should as well. This week we see just how important the quality of the leader is in the eyes of God.

36 MIN1 weeks ago
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Part 2: The Quality of a Leader

Part 1: Don’t Lead Alone

Following the Exodus, Moses found himself leading a nation of people who didn’t know what it meant to be a people. In reality, Moses was a leader who sometimes didn’t know what it meant to be a leader. In Exodus 18, it is apparent that his father-in-law has been watching him struggle and out of concern for Moses, he offers some advice. In short, he tells him, “Don’t go it alone.” In this, we learn an important lesson about leadership. No leader should lead alone. This is also God’s plan for the church. We need multiple leaders with different gifts, all who have the heart of God for His people. As we prepare to appoint new Elders at GC, we will take the time to learn this important leadership lesson.

27 MIN2 weeks ago
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Part 1: Don’t Lead Alone

The Guest of Sinners

In Luke 19:10, Jesus gives his summary of Jesus’ mission on earth when he quotes Jesus saying, “For the Son of Man came to seek and save the lost.” These words come on the heels of an encounter with one of the New Testament’s most notorious figures, a man named Zacchaeus. The story of Zacchaeus teaches us some powerful lessons about God and about people as well, most importantly that Jesus is willing to be a guest of sinners. Jesus still makes His presence known in the lives of sinners today. It is His willingness to step into our sin-filled lives, to seek us out while we are far from Him, that changes everything . . . even us.

33 MIN3 weeks ago
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The Guest of Sinners

Part 4: Rebuilding Community

For the month of August, we will spend time in the letter that Paul wrote to the church in Philippi. Paul writes for a number of reasons, among them, the desire to guide these young Christians along as they learn what it means to live as a family of believers. The lessons he teaches them, both through his example and the words he writes, have value for us as well. This week, as it relates to relationship and community, we learn the importance of choosing to rebuild and restore what has been broken.

32 MINAUG 25
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Part 4: Rebuilding Community

Part 3: What Builds Up and What Breaks Down

For the month of August, we will spend time in the letter that Paul wrote to the church in Philippi. Paul writes for a number of reasons, among them, the desire to guide these young Christians along as they learn what it means to live as a family of believers. The lessons he teaches them, both through his example and the words he writes, have value for us as well. This week we take to heart Paul’s challenge to the Philippian Christians to “do everything without grumbling or complaining…”

32 MINAUG 18
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Part 3: What Builds Up and What Breaks Down

Part 2: The Power of Humility

For the month of August, we will spend time in the letter that Paul wrote to the church in Philippi. Paul writes for a number of reasons, among them, the desire to guide these young Christians along as they learn what it means to live as a family of believers. The lessons he teaches them, both through his example and the words he writes, have value for us as well. This week we will witness the power of the attitude of humility as it pertains to building relationship and community with others. It is Jesus own actions and example that serve as both the inspiration and the pathway forward as we seek to embrace true humility in our relationships with others.

24 MINAUG 11
Comments
Part 2: The Power of Humility

Part 1: I Thank God for You

For the month of August we will spend time in the letter that Paul wrote to the church in Philippi. Paul writes for a number of reasons, one being the desire to guide these young Christians along as they learn what it means to live as a family of believers. The lessons he teaches them, both through his example and the words he writes, have value for us as well. This week we begin by learning the power of thankfulness as it relates to sharing life with others.

25 MINAUG 4
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Part 1: I Thank God for You

Part 4: Anger Management

All human beings experience emotions. We may have different ways and degrees to which we express and feel our emotions, but we all experience them. Sometimes we work through our emotions in healthy ways, and at other times we struggle to process what we are experiencing. For some, the experience of a particular emotion can be crippling. God wants us to be emotionally healthy, and while it may come as a surprise initially, scripture actually has lots to say about this truth. As we wrap up this series, we take a look at one of the more complex and difficult emotions to manage, anger.

39 MINJUL 28
Comments
Part 4: Anger Management

Part 3: Battling the Blues

“My favorite team lost and I sure am sad about it!” “My favorite aunt lost her battle with cancer, and I sure am sad about it.” These two short sentences serve to quickly illustrate the reality of the spectrum across which the emotion of sadness exists. This Sunday we will explore sadness through the eyes of David as we try to understand not only how this emotion can color our life’s experience, but also as we seek to understand how Christians should process circumstances that can plunge us into the depths of sadness.

34 MINJUL 21
Comments
Part 3: Battling the Blues

Part 2: An Invitation to Intimacy

Many are waking up to the reality that as a nation, and as people we have a real problem. Far too many Americans are controlled by their emotions rather than experiencing the full freedom Jesus provides. This month we will allow scripture to speak directly into four specific areas of emotional struggle: anxiety, fear, depression, and anger. Last week we began by inviting God to teach us how to live life without being consumed by anxiety. This week we acknowledge that fear is an emotion we ALL experience, but for a follower of Jesus, our fear can actually point to something greater.

34 MINJUL 14
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Part 2: An Invitation to Intimacy