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Kingdom Authority


Many are desperate for power, but power is useless without the authority to use it. God has given His people His
power and His authority to be used for His purposes. This is kingdom authority, or the divinely-authorized right and responsibility delegated to believers to act on God’s behalf in spiritually ruling over His creation under the Lordship of Jesus Christ. However, only those who are fully surrendered to Christ and aware of this gift use it.

In this book, Dr. Tony Evans, pastor and bestselling author, will help you discover how to: see God’s Kingdom initiatives more clearly; take on God’s perspective in your life and remember the inheritance He has given you; draw near to God and commit yourself to essential requirements for experiencing kingdom authority like prayer; and be aware of the spiritual realm in which God’s people operate.

Kingdom authority can only be experienced by those who live out their days underneath the power of God. It’s by aligning our lives with Him that He allows us to share in His work.
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Man to Man is a men’s Bible study and fellowship ministry.  We meet once a month for Bible Study and Fellowship (always over food).  This group is open to all adult men.  Our goal is to challenge and encourage men to fulfill God’s calling on their lives in their roles within the family, workplace and church. 
This year we are studying the life of David. Click on the “Calendar” above to see when and where our next Bible study will be.
Please see John Wilson with any questions you may have.
“Heart to Heart” is for ladies from all walks and seasons of life who want to encourage and challenge each other as we learn from God’s Word.  Our goal is that through our time together, we would align our hearts more closely to our Savior’s and to each other.  
 We currently meet every other Wednesday evening at 6:30 PM at the home of Gail Cobucci for Ladies’ Bible Study.  In this 10-session study of Genesis 12 – 50 in “God of Covenant”  by Jen Wilkin, we are journeying alongside the fathers of our faith–Abraham, Jacob, Isaac, and Joseph to discern Jesus in the stories of His people.  JOIN US and discover how God orchestrates everything for His glory and the good of His people, and see how the God of  Creation and Covenant is the same yesterday, today, and forever.  This study challenges our basic view of familiar stories as we enjoy focused time in God’s Word, prayer and fellowship.
If you have any questions please see Gail Cobucci.
Seniors With A  Purpose (SWAP) ministers to those age 60 and above, to provide  times of fellowship, outreach, encouragement, information, and service.  We meet eight times a year, usually the third Thursday of the month including dinner prepared by our own church members.  We take one or two trips per year to places of special interest.  See Henry or Denise Sandt, or call 610-905-5763 for more information.
Kids’ Crew ministers to those in grades kindergarten through 6th grade to provide times of fellowship, games, Bible lessons, crafts, and snacks.    See the Church Calendar  to join us for our next meeting time.  See Peter Cobucci with any questions about Kid’s Crew.
At Grace we place a priority on our youth. We recognize the youth as a vital part of the church today not just its future.  While we enjoy ourselves with games and activities throughout the year, the focus of the ministry is to challenge our teens to live authentic Christian lives.  We want our youth to have a passion for Christ and  His Kingdom.  Our desire is that our youth will not compartmentalize their Christianity but allow it to permeate and shape the rest of their life.
We have an integrated junior and senior high youth group made up of teens from our church family, and the community.  During the school year, we meet every other Wednesday night for Bible study, games, and service projects.  During the summer, we meet monthly for larger events to stay connected. Our teens are involved in service within the church and community–varying from the sound room to nursery, Operation Christmas Child, and more. 
If you have any questions about the Youth Group at Grace, please contact  Santi or Torri Zapata.
Thanks for making our 2023 Twists & Turns VBS the best yet! 
Stay tuned for our 2024 VBS details.
Operation Christmas Child OCC
Grace has a year-round outreach ministry of collecting items to fill Operation Christmas Child boxes to send to needy children through the ministry of Samaritan’s Purse. Each month promotes a different theme for items collected and the year culminates with a packing and sending party! For more information about this outreach, please Click here. Please see Torri Zapata with any questions.

For the latest news on how God is using them in their fields click on their Picture or logo to be taken to the website of each of our missionaries.  Due to the sensitivity working with some people groups and locations not all of Grace’s missionary partners are listed here.

The Fodales – Lehigh Valley College Campuses
Mark and Shannon Fodale work with Disciple Makers’ whose purpose is to live out Jesus’ parting words, “Go and make disciples” (Matt. 28:19). We send our staff to college campuses not only because the campus needs to experience the life-changing good news of Jesus Christ, but also because college students are strategically positioned to make a big impact in the world and in the next generation for Christ.
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The Murrins – Bolivia
Tony and Joanna work with several missionary organizations including Ripe for Harvest World Outreach in Bolivia.  They seek to reach the unreached.  Using aviation they are able to access remote peoples and tribes.  They are also heavily involved in Radio tower and station planting with the goal of broadcasting the Gospel to the rural Bolivian people.
The Sioukiouroglous – Greece
 Efthemes and Irene work with Fellowship International Mission to reach the Muslim refugee population of Greece. They show Christ’s love by providing shelter, food and other necessities to this at risk population. They are then able to share the Gospel with these suffering people.