Posts Categorized: Grace Notes

Prayer for Time: A Memoir

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Bill Montgomery reflects on how his cancer diagnosis changed the stewardship of his entire life—the way he looks, the way he lives, the way he gives, the way he worships, and the way he serves our Lord. Following is Chapter 3 from his newly published book Prayer for Time: A Memoir.     Dear Lord, I ask… Read more »

Signs of God’s gracious gifts abound

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By the Rev. Katheryn King “From his fullness we have received grace upon grace.” John 1:16” Indeed! Grace upon grace is how I would describe this year. The leadership of staff and Vestry, the volunteers in so many varied ministries, faithful worshipers, and delightful children are all signs of God’s gracious gifts I thank God… Read more »

Financial Peace University begins January 23

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We all need a plan for our money. Financial Peace University (FPU) is that plan! It teaches God’s ways of handling money through video teaching, class discussions, and interactive small group activities. FPU presents biblical, practical steps to get from where you are to where you’ve dreamed you could be. This plan will show you… Read more »

Advent at Grace Upstairs

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By Catherine Turnbull Christian Education Director Jerome Berryman, the theologian whose work we rely on in our storytelling upstairs, says that we need Advent because the mystery of the Incarnation is so big that it takes several weeks to get ready to enter it. He reminds us how common it is—how easy—to walk right up… Read more »