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Genesis 20

“History Repeats Itself and So Does Sin” by Rev. Seth Starkey, Evening Worship – March 19, 2023

Genesis 19

“When Sin Gets What It Desires” by Rev. Seth Starkey, Evening Worship – March 12, 2023

Contemplations of Grace

MARCH 16, 2023

Dear Grace Family, “Always keep your eye on the ball.” How many of you have heard or used that expression when learning or teaching how to play golf, tennis, baseball, or even ping pong? What is meant by that sentence, of course, is that there will always be distractions when playing any of those games, but if you’ll just focus in on the ball your chances of success exponentially increase. As I’ve been thinking about our life together at Grace…

MARCH 9, 2023

Dear Grace Family, I was catching up with Charlotte Taylor on Tuesday about her time at a recent women’s ministry conference put on by our denomination. One of the tools she was given was the “women’s ministry diagnostic tool” which includes a set of 11 questions to help evaluate the health of women’s ministry in a particular church. Well, I immediately read the questions and was struck by the fact that if we replace the word “women” with “me” or…

MARCH 2, 2023

Dear Grace Family, Is busyness a virtue? It happens every year about now. Winter basketball season hasn’t ended but spring baseball season is already underway. Laura Lee and I consult our calendars looking for the next night we have nothing and realize it’s months away. How on earth did we get so busy? There is a theological, philosophical, sociological, and historical way we could answer this question, but I’m not sure how far down the rabbit trail I want to…

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