These episodes capture the sermons and special recorded events from Grace Community Church in Angier, NC. For more information, see graceccnc.org.
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In John 20, Pastor Brad preaches on the encounter between Thomas and the risen Jesus.
Pastor Ricky Lee preaches from 2 John in a brief interlude to the John series, focusing on the important connection between walking in truth and love.
As we approach the end of our series in John, Pastor Brad preaches the resurrection narrative from John 20 in our outdoor Easter service.
Pastor Brad preaches through the crucifixion account in John 19 to begin Passion Week.
As we move through the gospel according to John, Pastor Brad preaches about Jesus' trial before Pilate
Following the synoptic accounts from last week, Pastor Brad picks up with John's account of the garden and Jesus' arrest.
To supplement the John series and the narrative leading to the garden of Gethsemane in John 18, Pastor Brad preaches from Matthew 26.
Pastor Brad concludes Jesus' prayer from John 17 as he continues through the sermon series in John.
Continuing in John 17, Pastor Brad shares more insight from the prayer of Jesus on the way to the garden.
As we return to the gospel of John, Pastor Brad jumps into Jesus' prayer in John 17.
Pastor David Calvert revisits the Prologue of the gospel according to John in order to set up a return to John sermon series.
The conclusion of the Time to Decide series points us to the joy Paul experienced even in persecution, an example for the church in any age.
Pastor Brad continues in Ephesians with a focus on God's design for family relationships, especially parents and children.
The middle sermon in the 5-week series Time to Decide, with a focus on God's design for marriage, from Ephesians 5
The second sermon in the mini-series Time to Decide: Jesus or Self explores the "divisive" words of Jesus in Luke 14
Pastor Brad begins the miniseries Time to Decide: Jesus or Self with a reminder from Matthew 11 of the rest that Jesus provides
Pastor David Calvert preaches a sermon from Luke 2:19 with emphasis on how Mary "pondered" these things in her heart.
Pastor Jeff Kelly shares the Christmas Eve homily, focusing on Isaiah 9:6 and Luke 2 and the wonder of Jesus' birth
On the fourth week of Advent, Pastor Brad preaches from 1 John with a focus on Love and the work of Jesus
In the third week of Advent, Pastor Brad describes how God rejoices over His children, because of Jesus.
On the second week of Advent, Pastor Brad focuses on Peace
Pastor Jeff Kelly preaches the first sermon of Advent from Matthew chapter 1
This week, Pastor Brad continues in Romans as he felt led to preach from chapter 13 and the instructions for followers of Jesus found there.
Finishing out the implications of being a living sacrifice, Pastor Brad gives context and application to the text in Romans 12:1-13.
Pastor Brad preaches from Romans 12 with a focus on the spiritual gifts mentioned there and the way those function in the body of Christ.
Pastor Brad continues to apply the text of Romans 12 to our context, considering how God's message to the church at Rome are also meant for us, for such a time as this.
From Romans 12, Pastor Brad explains what it means for a follower of Jesus to be a living sacrifice.
Ricky Lee, Pastor for Discipleship and Care, preaches from the end of Romans 8 to conclude the GCC Together weekend with a focus on how our future forms us into the image of Jesus.
As we wrap up the mini-series 'Conformed to the Image of God's Son, Jesus,' Pastor Brad Talley reconnects with Romans 8, showing the importance of the indicative that we are 'in Christ.'
From Romans 7, Pastor Brad preaches the wisdom of God in the interaction between flesh and Spirit.
Continuing into Romans 7, Pastor Brad provides a way of grasping the hope of sanctification at the heart of this section of Romans.
With the celebration of both baptism and the Lord's Supper during this service, Pastor Brad preaches from Romans 6 and anchors our liturgical practice in the theological reality of our being in Christ.
Pastor Brad continues in Romans chapter 5 with an exposition of the two families - Adam's family, and Jesus' family.
This week, Pastor Brad preaches from Romans 5 with a focus on the ways that the Triune God manifests in the life of the Christian with grace, hope, and love.
David Calvert, Pastor for Creative Arts, preaches from Micah 6:8 and explores the implications of this text and what God requires of us.
From 1 Peter, Pastor Brad outlines 12 important ways we can remember our identity as God's covenant people in the midst of our circumstances.
Jeff Kelly, Pastor for Assimilation and Student Ministry, shares a sermon from Psalm 27, continuing to point to the ways that we may be formed into the image of Jesus.
Pastor Brad talks through the passage in Luke's gospel in which Jesus tells his followers to carry their cross.
Pastor Ricky Lee preaches from 1 Timothy and the formative effects of contentment in the Christian life.
Continuing the mini-series Conformed to the Image of God's Son Jesus, Pastor Brad preaches from 1 John 1 and the kinds of routines that shape us like Jesus
David Calvert, Pastor for Creative Arts, spends time working through Romans 12:1-2, reminding us that God's mercy leads us to worship, which brings transformation.
Pastor Brad continues in a mini-series on being Conformed to the Image of God's Son Jesus with an exposition of Psalm 51.
Jeff Kelly, Pastor for Assimilation and Student Ministry, preaches from Psalm 23 on the ways Jesus, as shepherd, leads us into being conformed to His image.
To continue our outdoor services, Pastor Brad preaches from Romans 8 with a focus on the consistency of God's purposes through any age or circumstance.
Ricky Lee, Pastor for Discipleship and Care, preaches from Psalm 5 in our 3rd outdoor gathering - he reminds us that God hears us and is present with us in suffering.
In case of rain, we moved the worship gathering to a sunny Saturday morning - Pastor Brad concluded the mini-series on Acts 17 and the example of Paul's contextualizing of the gospel
In our first in-person gathering since March, Pastor Brad takes time to show us Paul's interaction in Acts 17 as an example for our engagement with culture in this tumultuous time.
As we continue to adapt and respond to COVID19, Pastor Brad preaches from Philippians 2 as a foundation for our church family during these circumstances.
Pastor Brad concludes chapter 16 of John with one of the pivotal verses of the Farewell Discourse, reminding the disciples and us that Jesus has overcome the world.
Continuing to walk through the Farewell Discourse, Pastor Brad teaches from the first part of John 16 and the promise of the Holy Spirit.