From Fear to Amazement

Justin Fry, Pastoral Care and Leadership Development Pastor at Grace Midtown, teaches from Mark 4 & 5. On a journey from fear to amazement, Jesus and ...

Why-How-What

A sellout. A simpleton. A straight shooter. Zealots, a traitor, and several guys who smelled like fish most of the time. This summer, for ...

The Reign of the Lord God

Isaiah is a deep well, full of life-giving water that has refreshed God’s people for more than a millennium. At Grace Snellville, we’ve been drawing f...

Rags to Righteous

Have you ever wanted to just move past or get through something? As the student pastor, I see how the end of the school calendar–with finals, graduati...

God and the Metaphor of Motherhood

We often use the word “mother” to describe and understand big and important things. Mother ship. Mother hen. Mother Russia. Mother nature. ...

Isaiah’s End

The book of Isaiah ends in extremes. On one hand, we read prophecies of a new heavens and a new earth that reach unparalleled prophetic peaks of hope...

The Spirit of the Lord Is Upon Me

The women coming to care for Jesus’ body on that first Easter Sunday were perplexed to find the stone rolled away and his body gone. Then, two angels ...

Resurrection RSVP

For a long time, I’ve mainly thought that Easter worship is an invitation of celebration. Even many who don’t typically attend church recognize the im...

Will We Know the Lord When He Comes?

Two weeks ago today, about 30 folks from our Grace EPIC trip and I had the privilege of sharing a traditional Sabbath dinner with a Jewish family in t...