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Book of the Month!

At Grace Harbor we believe it is important to exercise our hearts and minds by not only reading Scripture, but by reinforcing it with a healthy diet of biblically sound, practical reading. Our book of the month for September of 2010 is Living the Cross Centered Life by C.J. Mahaney. Once a person accepts the gospel they then move […]

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Book of the Month!

At Grace Harbor we believe it is important to exercise our hearts and minds by not only reading Scripture, but by reinforcing it with a healthy diet of biblically sound, practical reading. Our book of the month for August 2010 is What Is the Gospel? by Greg Gilbert. Many people view the gospel as an […]

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Great Doctrine from Humble Beginnings

The Bible is filled with wonderful promises and doctrine that give life to the believer. Christians treasure these truths, because in them we see God’s glory and His plans to eternally bless us in Christ with an inheritance in heaven that will never fade away and is sure to come. We might expect to find […]

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Meet Travis Rymer

Travis is originally from Chattanooga, TN.  Though raised in a Christian home he did not become a Christian until the age of 17 when the faith of his parents became his own as he came to submit to Jesus Christ as the Lord of all and Savior of all who come to Him through His […]

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Book of the Month!

At Grace Harbor we believe it is important to exercise our hearts and minds by not only reading Scripture, but by reinforcing it with a healthy diet of biblically sound, practical reading. Our book of the month for July 2010 is The Trellis and the Vine by Colin Marshall  & Tony Payne. The questions and […]

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Suffering Well

Why do bad things happen to good people? The specific answers to that question we find hard to come by. An easier question to answer is whether or not bad things happen to good people. We can be certain that in this life there will be many trials, and if God is really God, then […]

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