“Welcome to Grace Church of Tallahassee. Thank you for taking the time to get to know us better.
As you browse through our website, I trust you will get a greater sense of our heart for God and His Word. You will see that it is our goal to glorify Him through strengthening the faith of believers and spreading the message of the gospel to our community and the world.
Whether you are just looking into the claims of Christianity for the first time or have been a follower of Jesus Christ for many years you will be welcomed by our loving congregation.”
The word “gospel” means good news. The Bible uses it to refer to the good news of God: specifically the news about Jesus and the way of salvation he provides. We believe that the gospel message is the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes (Romans 1:16). We encourage you to consider this message of hope today. To aid you in your consideration of the gospel, we provide you a link to a multimedia presentation of the message of Christianity called “Two Ways to Live” by Matthias Media.
2 Timothy 3:16-4:5 Proclaiming the Word of God has been the primary mission for Grace Church from the very beginning. Pastor Rod Bunton goes to Paul’s charge that Timothy should “Preach the Word” in this message given during the commemoration of 50 years of pursuing that mission in Tallahassee.
Revelation 5 Jesus, who is called the “Lion of Judah” in the book of Revelation, was also called the “Lamb that was slain.” Pastor Rod Bunton explains the history and significance of that name and its importance to Resurrection Sunday.
1 Corinthians 10:23-11:1 In the first half of Chapter 10, Paul warned the Corinthians to avoid hindrances to their sanctification. In the remaining verses, he explains how we should exercise our Christian freedoms in difficult situations. Pastor Rod Bunton uses Paul’s example of idolatry in the butcher shop to show us that we should be guided by two principles.
1 Corinthians 10:11-22 Paul continued to help the Corinthians recognize hindrances to their spiritual race towards sanctification. Pastor Rod Bunton explains how we can overcome overconfidence, its converse defeatism, and communing with the wrong spiritual beings.