“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.
Luke 19:41-48 ~ After his triumphal entry into Jerusalem, Jesus weeps because he knows the condition of the hearts of people and their future judgment. Pastor Rod Bunton explains why this action and the cleansing of the temple reflect the compassion Jesus felt for those who would eventually condemn him.
Luke 19:28-40 ~ Jesus has finally arrived at Jerusalem and he orchestrates the events which lead to him to entering on the back of a colt of a donkey to much praise and adoration. Pastor Rod Bunton shows us how this long-planned event for a humble king marks the beginning of the most important week of the Messiah’s first coming.
Luke 19:11-27 ~ Sensing that his followers were anticipating the appearance of the promised kingdom when he arrived in Jerusalem, Jesus taught about the timing of the kingdom and the judgment that it would bring through a parable. Pastor Rod Bunton helps us see, through the meaning of this parable, that we will all be judged by our deeds and how these “good works” fit into the doctrine of justification.