Spirit of Grace Ministries
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(The audio recordings run approximately 12 minutes, and make a great morning devotional. Feel free to download as many as you like and play them in your car player as you go to work.)


Solomon's Preoccupation with Death - 347 In the book of Ecclessiastes, Solomon laments again and again about the tragedy of death, and declares that because of this life is vanity. Really? article / mp3

New Things from God, Embracing 346 Try as we might, we can never hit the "pause" button, either on our own personal lives or on the church. We must learn to adapt to new things from our unchanging God. article / mp3

Grace 2 - Grace and Jesus - 345 Learn of the inseparable link between grace and Jesus Christ.To understand this is to see abounding grace in your life. article / mp3

Setting Aside Time for God - 344 A study of the concept of seeking God through prayer, fasting, and making time for Him. article / mp3

Rich Man and Lazarus, The - 343 A study of Jesus' vivid parable about a rich man and a poor beggar who die and find themselves on opposite ends of Hades. mp3

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Missions Outreach

A major part of Spirit of Grace Ministries is our ministry in the great continent of Africa. There is a tremendous harvest going on in the world these days, and we are privileged to be a part of it. Above is a brief music video featuring some pics from our recent mission in Magodes, Uganda.

Audio Devo: "Why is there suffering?"

People have debated this question for millennia. And we cannot speak concerning specific individual questions of suffering, but the Bible clearly speaks as to why suffering has always been a part of the human experience.