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Michael Kelley preaches on John 9:1-12. Jesus does not shy away from human suffering.  In so doing, Jesus shows us that suffering is real and complex, but also that it can be a window through which we see the work of God.

Grace Community church exists to build spiritually healthy people for ministry in the world. One of the ways that we pursue this mission is by gathering each Sunday for corporate worship, prayer, and biblical teaching. The corporate nature of this gathering is both edifying to the believer and a witness of God’s grace to the world. Sermon speaker is Scott Patty unless otherwise noted.

Jesus is at the core of all we do. In this week's podcast, Justin and Scott consider how this truth from John 8 shapes us as Grace Community Church strives to be a healthy congregation.

The Words of Grace Podcast seeks to clarify, amplify, and apply the Sunday morning sermon at Grace Community Church. From time to time we will address other topics. We hope these podcasts help impress the Word of God into your everyday life. Episodes are hosted by Justin Tucker and Scott Patty.

Two things are happening in this passage. Jesus is leading the discussion to the revelation that he is the eternal Son of God, the “I am” who existed before Abraham and all others. And, Jesus is exposing the false assumption of the people that they are in right standing with God based on their physical descent from Abraham rather than on possessing the faith that Abraham had. As these two lines of discussion meet at the end of the passage, the clear message is that right standing with God comes only through faith in Jesus and reception of his word.

Grace Community church exists to build spiritually healthy people for ministry in the world. One of the ways that we pursue this mission is by gathering each Sunday for corporate worship, prayer, and biblical teaching. The corporate nature of this gathering is both edifying to the believer and a witness of God’s grace to the world. Sermon speaker is Scott Patty unless otherwise noted.

In John 8, Jesus tells us to abide in the truth. What threats are there to our faith as we live in this world? Justin and Scott tackle this question on this week’s podcast. 
 

The Words of Grace Podcast seeks to clarify, amplify, and apply the Sunday morning sermon at Grace Community Church. From time to time we will address other topics. We hope these podcasts help impress the Word of God into your everyday life. Episodes are hosted by Justin Tucker and Scott Patty.

The human soul is enslaved to sin. Jesus is the Son who sets the captives free. Remaining in Jesus' word is the evidence of belief, the essence of discipleship, and the way to walk in the freedom he gives.

Grace Community church exists to build spiritually healthy people for ministry in the world. One of the ways that we pursue this mission is by gathering each Sunday for corporate worship, prayer, and biblical teaching. The corporate nature of this gathering is both edifying to the believer and a witness of God’s grace to the world. Sermon speaker is Scott Patty unless otherwise noted.

Justin and Scott discuss John 8:12, and ask the question, “Can Christians walk in darkness?”

The Words of Grace Podcast seeks to clarify, amplify, and apply the Sunday morning sermon at Grace Community Church. From time to time we will address other topics. We hope these podcasts help impress the Word of God into your everyday life. Episodes are hosted by Justin Tucker and Scott Patty.

Grace Community church exists to build spiritually healthy people for ministry in the world. One of the ways that we pursue this mission is by gathering each Sunday for corporate worship, prayer, and biblical teaching. The corporate nature of this gathering is both edifying to the believer and a witness of God’s grace to the world. Sermon speaker is Scott Patty unless otherwise noted.

 

This week, Justin and Scott look at the phrase found in John 8:1-11, “Go and sin no more.” What did Jesus mean by this phrase? Is this even possible?
 
The Words of Grace Podcast seeks to clarify, amplify, and apply the Sunday morning sermon at Grace Community Church. From time to time we will address other topics. We hope these podcasts help impress the Word of God into your everyday life. Episodes are hosted by Justin Tucker and Scott Patty.
 

A group of self-righteous religious leaders approach Jesus to test him. A woman caught in adultery is brought to Jesus in her sin. The leaders leave exposed as unrighteousness but without remorse.  The woman is sent away forgiven and freed. This passage shows us that Jesus has the authority to render the “not condemned” verdict for sinners. He forgives and frees us from our sin when we encounter him with honesty, brokenness, and absolute dependence upon his grace.

Savannah, Josh, and Jason discuss the pros and cons of social media, and how to shepherd our children as they interact in the digital world.
 
The Families at Grace Podcast seeks to equip and encourage parents as they apply the gospel in their homes. Each episode is hosted by Josh Hussung, the Pastor of Youth and Families, and Jason Miller, the Pastor of Children and Families. 

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