In this message Aaron Keyes explores discipleship through Jesus’ encounter with Simon Peter on the lake in Luke 5. Jesus invites us into the deeper water with him, but sometimes the challenge in his invitation is different to what we might expect.
This week, Ben takes a look at the life of Judas Iscariot and explores what went wrong, highlighting the importance of discipling our inner life and choosing to take care of our character over our reputation.
This week, Justin Fry explores how Jesus leads us to places that may seem uncomfortable, but that ultimately grow us as disciples and move us from fear to amazement.
This week, Matt Reynolds examines the life of John and his journey from being known as a Son of Thunder to becoming Jesus’ beloved disciple, depicting the transformative power of discipleship.
This week, Chris dives into why Jesus sought out Matthew as a disciple and what it looks like to finally enter into a life of eternal satisfaction.
This week, we launched our “Make: Discipling Rooted Renegades” series. In this podcast, Chris explores the way Jesus intentionally selected and called His own disciples during His ministry, giving us a blueprint of how to embark on our own journey of making disciples.
This week, our Community Life Pastor, Pete Bauman, shares about one of our core values at GCC, justice. Pete defines what justice means and how kinship may be the vehicle by which we, as Christians, proactively administer justice.
This week, our worship pastor, Jacob Cantrell, shares about God’s heart to partner with us to accomplish His God-given dreams for us.
This week Pastor Chris Moerman discusses ‘Sowing and Reaping’. You can’t truly engage the Bible without encountering this theme, yet for many of us, it feels like a scary and uncomfortable topic to talk about. He explores what the Bible has to say about it, why we find ourselves so uncomfortable around it and how we can let it be an important part of our walk with God.
A true friend of our church and spiritual father in the city, Pastor Stuart McAlpine was with us this week. He shared on the nature of prayer, the power of prayer, the purpose of prayer and how we can create sustainable and rich rhythms of prayer in our own lives.
This week Pastor Chris Moerman took us deeper into the story of Grace Capital City so far as he unpacked the importance of the vision and values of our church.
He has risen! Pastor Chris Moerman shares an Resurrection Sunday message on what is possibly the most famous verse of the Bible, John 3:16.
Guest Speaker, Drew McClure closes out our ‘Cave, Road, Table, Fire’ series on the thin spaces that we meet the father.
Grace Capital City welcomes guest speaker Pastor Matt Reynolds, the Lead Pastor of Grace Midtown church in Atlanta, GA. He continues our series called “Cave, Road, Table, Fire,” by teaching a message of the thin place found at the ‘Fire’.
Pastor Chris Moerman teaches week two ‘The Road’ of our new series; ‘Cave, Road, Table, Fire’, The road is the journey of our life, it’s the place where we step out in faith to follow God and to encounter Him along the way. What we often find however is that often the journey looks way different than we expected. Chris helps to answer the question, “What does God say about our road when it doesn’t resemble the picture perfect journey we may have envisioned?”.
This Sunday we kicked off a new series called; ‘Cave, Road, Table, Fire - The Practices of a Rooted Renegade’. This is a series all the Grace churches have been engaging in. It centers around how we implement practices, disciplines and rhythms into our lives that will grow us more into the likeness of Jesus, the original ‘Rooted Renegade’. Grace Capital City welcomes our friend Holly Avera to speak about Table.
The final installment of our Revelation series exploring the spiritual authority and responsibility that God has given us to rule and reign with Him.
Week five of our series through the book of Revelation.
Pastor Ben Hardman joins us from Grace Marietta - a church right outside of Atlanta and a part of the Grace Family of Churches. His sermon is a powerful message for our church and city about how God’s presence is the true ‘Promise Land’ that all of our hearts long for.
The fourth week of our In the End sermon series discussed the meaning of the Mark of the Beast and the empires spoken about in Revelations.