Grace Talks are short video devotions that cover topics from prayer to marriage to questions about faith to fighting negative self-talk to suicide to so much more. The videos not only feature a variety of topics but also a variety of speakers, and each will show you that the temporary things of life don’t satisfy; Jesus does! You can also subscribe to have these videos emailed to you daily for encouragement.
Lies About God: “God Says Not to Judge”
Learn how judging can lead to a greater goal.
Lies About God: “God Helps Those Who Help Themselves”
God helps us, but not because we’ve earned it.
Politically Incorrect Compilation
This week Pastor Mike took on the tough topic of what God has to say about politics. Catch up on any videos you missed or review the week!
Hope vs. Nope
Pastor Mike reminds us that no matter what happens in politics, God has mega hyper dynamite power.
A Third Political Party?
How can you find a place of grace and truth in politics?
In the midst of the craziness of politics, Pastor Mike reminds us that Christian love reaches across the aisle.
Church and State
Pastor Mike explains how the church and government are important to God’s agenda.
How Would Jesus Vote?
In a world that loves partisan politics, how do we become politically correct?
This week, Pastor Jon Enter is talking about prayer. Today he finishes this series by showing us how to use the fingers in our own hand to pray for a variety of people and issues we might have. Try doing this today and remember to pray continually.
Praying For Others
This week, Pastor Jon Enter is talking about prayer. Today he tells us why we can pray for anyone at anytime. We don’t need to pray with big words or in a specific way. Try tweeting God in prayer.
Connecting With God
This week, Pastor Jon Enter is talking about prayer. Today he talks about great times throughout the day to pray and shares a quick and easy prayer you can teach your children.
Prayer Is A Gift
This week, Pastor Jon Enter is talking about prayer. Today he reminds us that we need to give whatever is on our heart to God. Prayer is a gift, we need to remember to enjoy it.