Our Sunday Fellowship and Worship will move beginning March 23, 2014. Our new location will be: Hampton Inn, 915 Ronald Reagan Blvd., Cumming, GA 30041 Also on March 23 we are pleased to host a returning guest speaker, Dr. Stuart Scott. To learn more about Dr. Scott see our Feb. 27 announcement regarding this event.
Sunday, March 23, 2014, Grace Community Bible Church is pleased to host returning guest speaker Dr. Stuart Scott. Dr. Stuart Scott teaches in the area of biblical counseling at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. He brings more than 30 years of experience in counseling and pastoral ministry, including nine years as associate […]
Sunday, March 2, 2014 Grace Community Bible Church will host guest speaker Pastor Carey Hardy Pastor Hardy is Senior Pastor at Twin City Bible Church in Winston-Salem, NC. You may learn more about him on the Twin City Bible Church website under Leadership. Pastor Hardy will be speaking during our Preaching Service at 10:30 AM. […]
— Saturday, January 4, 2013 —
Redemption Accomplished and Applied Recommended Reading Access Pastor Tom Scaife’s review in PDF here. Redemption Accomplished and Applied by John Murray is a nourishing theological publication. The author upholds the great and comforting doctrine of the atonement. Initially, Murray addresses the necessity of the atonement. The atonement is motivated by the love of God for […]
For the next two weeks all of our Sunday Worship Services will be held at Pastor Tom Scaife’s house. September 1st and 8th, 2013. For any questions or for help with directions please call our church phone: 770-624-9896
Saint Augustine Confessions Recommended Reading Access PDF version of this review here. Saint Augustine Confessions is a recommended autobiography. Augustine depicts his life outside of Christ as a follower of lusts and the teachings of the Manichees, and then as a convert to Christ. He possessed a powerful mind and his theology is weaved throughout […]
David Wells has written a challenging critique and historical overview of conversion. Turning to God addresses the method of modern day outreach crusades and evangelism. The publication is recommended as it teaches and reminds its readers that conversion is a supernatural work of God.
Conversion is supernatural because “without God’s saving action in Christ, it would not be possible.” The Holy Spirit accomplishes a “convincing work” so that conversion is “desirable.” And then He must supernaturally re-create and regenerate. God’s inspired Word provides “sinners the framework of truth to think.” Wells fittingly argues that without a supernatural work, men and women would not “desire to turn from sin” and “believe in Christ.” […]
Grace Community Bible Church will hold a fellowship golf outing this weekend, 4/13/2013, at the Georgia Trail at Sugarloaf Regulation Executive Golf Course in Duluth, GA.
Keeping the Heart (the proposition and sub-title of the book is “How to maintain your love for God”) by John Flavel is recommended to encourage us in our faith, to inspire us to work on our heart, and to better equip us to minister to the heart of others. While the subject matter is weighty, the manner of writing is clear and practical. […]