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Follow Pastor Mike and the other Time of Grace blog writers as they cover a wide variety of topics. Though each writer’s unique style and perspective give each post a different flavor, all of their writing will help you reflect more deeply on the grace of God in your life and how you can live your life to serve him.

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Who is God?

A little glimpse of God

It’s easy to see the big ways God works in our lives: the plane that lands safely or a loved one recovering from an…

Who is God?

The masks of God

Is God working in your life right now? Are you able to sense his presence and see all the ways he’s active in blessing…

Who is God?

3 Words that will change your New Year

If failing to achieve your goals was an Olympic sport, I would win the gold. Seriously. Every New Year I go crazy with the…

Who is God?

Axe, seek, knock

They went to the Jordan and began to cut down trees. As one of them was cutting down a tree, the iron axehead fell…

Living My Faith

When God doesn’t answer your prayers (the way you hoped he would)

As our family started talking about a summer vacation, we had one thing in mind: the blue-green water and flourlike sand of the Caribbean….

Bible 101

Follow Jesus before you believe him

To get through college, I bartended at a local country club. In many ways, it trained me for pastoral ministry. I learned to serve…

Depression & Anxiety

When you’re hanging by a thread, remember who holds the spool

Dr. James Dobson is known for saying, “There are two kinds of people in the world: those who are suffering and those who will…

Bible 101

If God is good, then where did evil come from?

I want you to trust every word of the Bible . . . . . . even from the very first page. That’s why…

Bible 101

God or science? Wrong question.

Dan Brown, author of the Da Vinci Code and more recently Origin, is one of the most successful authors of all time. According to Brown’s own admission,…

Life’s Challenges

God’s Letter for YOU

It seems like Satan and his minions have been working overtime. Easter was only a few weeks ago, and yet somehow the joy quickly…

Living My Faith

Waiting Is the Hardest Part

My sleepy-eyed child walked into the kitchen a few mornings ago and asked for scrambled eggs. I had to let this famished child know…