One Message

Last year as a church, we read through the One Story reading plan – reading scripture daily and seeing God's plan for the world, as it began in Genesis and will come to fruition in the end times. But that story, that message isn’t just for us. It is for everyone! This year, we want to equip you to take that One Message to your friends, to your neighbors, and to everyone around the world. Each month we’ll give you some manageable steps along the way to help us grow in personal evangelism.


 This month our challenge at Grace is to invite one family, friend, or even a stranger to your home to share meal and invite them to our Easter service. The Bible gives us multiple examples about the importance of sharing a meal together. Jesus demonstrated his hospitality in many aspects during his life. In Mark 2:13-17 Jesus looked passed many cultural divisions and ate with those considered to be the most immoral saying that He came for all people. Jesus’ last day was spent with those close to Him over a meal known as the Last Supper (Luke 22:19-20). Even the early church placed a great importance on sharing meals together on a regular basis breaking bread. (Acts 2:42).

Our desire is to live a life that reflects Jesus to our community being outward-focused followers of Jesus. This challenge is a way for your entire family to look around at the people in your life, near and far from God, to spend intentional time over a meal getting to know each other more. For the guests you have over that do not have a relationship with Jesus or who don’t have a church home, invite them to our Easter Service!
Need help creating intentional conversation with those you invited over for dinner? Click the button below to access our digital conversation cards.

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This plan is a 6-day-a-week revolutionary way to read through the New Testament. Instead of reading straight through the New Testament, the NT+ plan is strategically divided into reading based on authorship. For example, all of John’s, Luke’s and Peter’s writings are together, while Paul’s writings are divided equally over each quarter.

Past Challenges

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Prayer and Fasting Challenge

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Write and Share Your Story

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