Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe everything I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”
These five beliefs are foundational to the makeup of Grace Church but are not exhaustive or comprehensive by any means. For an extensive doctrinal list, visit our "beliefs/doctrine" page.
Gospel centrality in all life
The gospel of Jesus Christ both saves sinners and continues to sanctify believers through the indwelling power of the Holy Spirit.
The sovereignty of God in saving sinners
Before the foundation of the world, God lovingly chose to save sinners by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone for His glory.
The work of the Holy Spirit in building a biblical community
Since we have been reconciled to one another, Christians hold each other accountable to kill sin, walk in righteousness, study the inspired Word of God, pray, and be an active member in a church body.
Being on mission with the gospel of Jesus Christ
Just as Christ was sent into the world, we are sent in the world to lovingly bring His good news to all people through both word and deed.
We are an elder-led church that affirms the equality of male and female and the principle of male servant leadership for our elders.
We are an elder-led church that affirms the equality of male and female and the principle of male servant leadership for our elders. Staff members and deacons oversee particular ministries with the help of our interns. We have 4 pastors/elders, 4 staff members, 7 deacons, and 6 interns.
We are affiliated with The Acts 29 Networks, The Gospel Coalition, and The Southern Baptist Convention (in Texas and nationally). These partnerships help others identify with and understand more about our church, while also giving us resources and support from other churches.
Everything we do at Grace Church is rooted in and revolves around the good news that Jesus Christ came and lived the perfect life, died for sinners, rose from the grave three days later, and now sits at the right hand of the Father. Therefore, our mission as Christians is to help people discover (through missions) and re-discover (for sanctification) the gospel of Jesus Christ. Here are more specific beliefs on particular core doctrines.