Posted On September 15, 2010

What is Servants of Grace

by | Sep 15, 2010 | Academic Work

Introduction

Servants of Grace exists to be a resource to the local and global Church by equipping God’s people through the preaching of God’s Word, spiritual growth, and training future leaders.

Resource to the Local Church

Servants of Grace Ministries does not seek to take anyone out of the context of the local Church. We exist to support and strengthen the local and global Church. The content provided here on this website is not meant to replace one going to their local Church and living in community with other believers. The resources on this website are meant to supplement the preaching and teaching of your local Church not to replace them. We do acknowledge there are rare cases where people with illnesses, disease, or some other cases where people may not be able to attend a local congregation. We as a ministry per the Scriptures teaching insist that believers gather together at a local Church to hear and live under the preached Word and qualified godly male leadership.

If you are a Pastor, denominational leader or hold some office in the Church and are interested in the work of this ministry please contact us here:

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Training Future Leaders

Servants of Grace exists to aid the local Church in its mission of reaching out to the lost and broken with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  To this end, we exist to support the local Church by training future leaders for service in and to the Church through our podcast, sermons, articles, magazine, coaching, and whatever other means the Lord would grant to us.

If you have further questions about the work of this ministry do not hesitate to contact us:  [contact-form-7 id=”10832″ title=”Untitled”]

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