August 21st News

August 26, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Hello Grace Family Fellowship!  Due to Hurricane Irene we have canceled Church this Sunday August 28.  We will pick up where we left off next week in Acts 10. 

Everyone please stay safe!  

Grace and peace,

Doug

Acts 10 1-23

August 21, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Acts 10 1-23

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August 21st News

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Hello Grace Family Fellowship! I hope that you are having a wonderful week as we wind down summer and head towards the fall and all that it entails.

This week we will be continuing in the book of Acts and move from the conversion of Saul (Paul) back to Peter. To prepare, read chapter 10 of Acts and see a story that is a lot more important than it might appear at first. Understanding what is happening here directly effects how we look at others and ourselves.

Looking forward to Sunday!

Grace and peace,

Doug

Acts 9 10-19

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Acts 9

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August 14th News

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It was great to be back at Grace2F last weekend! We missed you guys!

This week we will learn one more valuable lesson from the conversion of Saul (who later became known as Paul). We’ve been studying the Book of Acts and we will continue as we look at Acts 9: 20-31. In this passage we see the beginnings of Saul/Paul’s ministry and gain some insight into our own.

Thanks to everyone who brought food for our brunch celebration for the Kholers. We are sad to see the move back to Ohio because we will miss them a great deal. But, we are overjoyed that they have heard God’s call and are taking a step of faith to obey Him. We will continue to pray for Chad, Natalie, Silas and Ceiera (okay, I have no idea how to spell it!). You have been a blessing to us and we love you very much!

Grace and peace,

Doug