We can learn MAJOR things from the MINOR prophets! These often overlooked and certainly unfamiliar books of the Bible have a relevant message for us today…particularly as Americans in the 21st century. You won’t want to miss this powerful sermon series!
Grace is a place where you will feel welcome no matter your age, ethnicity, or unique style (or even lack thereof ). Typically (depending on your standards) we'd be considered more casual in our dress, in our fellowship and in our communication. Often, in an atmosphere of grace, we provide time to share together both prayer needs and praise reports in a corporate setting. Our pastor will lead in soliciting friendly banter from the platform. Every Sunday you'll find folks who look just like you...from jeans to skirts, from urban to rural, from young to the not-so-young...come as you are. You are welcome here.
The name "Grace" is a prophetic proclamation over our unique and purpose-filled role in the Church (inter-denominational) - particularly for our location in Lewis County, Washington. We are a gathering of people who have acknowledged our need and accepted the AMAZING grace of God given us through the life, death, and resurrection of His Son, Jesus Christ. With what we have received from God in full view, we are models of grace to our hurting community. Grace Foursquare in Centralia, WA is uniquely gifted to welcome, accept, love and introduce the lost and broken to the Savior and Healer Jesus Christ.
GROW IN GRACE
OSL is a highly effective, proven system of discipleship that has been written, tested and refined—time and again for over 20 years—to maximize its ability to impact individuals and accommodate masses of believers who are genuinely hungry for God's word.
"This class has changed my life. Through Pastor Jerry’s teachings and the Holy Spirit, God’s truths in His word have been revealed to me in a mighty way. I can’t even tell you how grateful I am to the Lord Jesus, what He has done for me and what this means for me."
Sacrifice this halfhour on Sunday morning and “pour your hearts” into corporate, unified prayer for our church, our community and our country.