The Wednesday Evening Service is dedicated to training ourselves to more faithfully serve Christ in our callings and lives. Along with prayer and worship in singing, this time is used for equipping and training in theology, parenting, history, spiritual growth and disciplines, Christian thinking and living, ethics, evangelism, social issues, and more.

In the summer of 2018, our midweek service will be given to a community wide summer study, beginning May 30th

Behold your God: Rethinking God Biblically

Who is God? Do we really know this great God of the Bible? Is it important to know Him? Is He love? Is He wrath? Does He only want me to be holy, or does He want me to be happy? Who is He? What does The Bible, His Word, really say about this God?

In a world with millions of “gods,” is there one true God, and is He really in control of all? And if He is, should we not want to know what this God is like? And is this God the only way to have the full peace, joy, and happiness that all our souls long for?

Join us at Grace Bible Church over the next twelve weeks in our community wide summer study, Behold your God: Rethinking God Biblically. We will dive into the Scriptures, aided by the teaching of Pastor John Snyder from Christ Church New Albany. We will also examine teachings Christians of the past centuries have held of God, and how their view of God greatly impacted their lives and their communities. Of course, that will bring about the question of how they should impact our lives. We earnestly invite you on this great journey of seeking the true God of the universe, and hoping to come into relationship with Him like never before, and know the true happiness and joy that lie in fellowship with the God of the Bible.

Date, Time, Location

May 30th through August 29th- Wednesday Evenings @ 7pm 

(We will not meet the week of July 4th)

Grace Bible Church- 2045 Highway 306 Coldwater, MS, 38618

 

Contact

Phone: 662-292-1289

Email: jdalomba2@gmail.com

 

“What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” -A.W. Tozer