Grace is greater

We are excited to welcome our new Senior Minister, Adam Hale, into the Glendale Christian family!

In his first series, Adam will be sharing messages about the power of grace.

We often talk about grace in church, without always addressing what makes grace truly important.

This series is a fresh look at the meaning, purpose, and value of God's grace in our lives.

Fall 2017

As we enter the fall, we will continue hearing messages from our ministry staff.

Each week will be a new topic, but each message will share one truth: Jesus wins.

Jesus wins over sin in our lives through the cross. Jesus wins over death through the resurrection. 

And Jesus wins our hearts, if we open ourselves up to His grace, and to His plan for our lives.

Join us as we learn each week about the power and grace of Jesus, and how He is working to shape your life for good.

Summer 2017

Throughout the summer, we will be hearing messages from our entire ministry staff, as well as a few guest speakers.

Each week will be a new topic, but each message will share one truth: Jesus wins.

Jesus wins over sin in our lives through the cross. Jesus wins over death through the resurrection. 

And Jesus wins our hearts, if we open ourselves up to His grace, and to His plan for our lives.

Join us as we learn each week about the power and grace of Jesus, and how He is working to shape your life for good.

Ephesians 3

In Ephesian 3, the apostle Paul shares his prayer for the church in Ephesus.

Paul's prayer is that the people of Ephesus will continuously recognize and live by the magnificent power of God.

In his final message as senior minister of GCC, Jeff Gaines shares these same words with us, 

and expresses his hope for the future of all those who believe and follow Jesus.

Testimony of freedom

We enjoy the benefit of freedom every day thanks to the men and women who gave their lives in service to our country.

As we reflect on their sacrifice, former Army chaplain Daniel Wheat teaches on the apostle Paul's testimony of freedom in Acts 16.

There is hope

Do you have hope today? Do you believe that there is something to look forward to in this life, and the next?

Do you believe that even in the worst of situations, God is still good?

The truth of the Gospel is that God is always present, and because of that, we always have hope.

No matter what we face in this life, those found in Jesus Christ have a hope for the future.

So- do you have hope today?

Easter

Easter is the time of year when we reflect most deeply on the sacrifice and grace of Jesus Christ.

Jesus came to this earth to die on a cross, so that we could have an eternal place in heaven with Him.

Jesus is our hope and our Savior, and we believe that life is best lived as we love and follow Him.