Grace Fellowship Church is a non-denominational church that emphasizes the teaching of the New Testament truth that the grace of God has been revealed in Jesus Christ and is expressed through the fellowship of the people of God.

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  • My Own Cautionary Tale
    God has recently confronted me with a very difficult truth.  It has begun to shift the way I understand Him, myself, and how I interact with both Him and others.  It has given me a great deal of freedom that had remained unrealized in my life. It all comes down to a very serious case
  • Andy Foland (Ratio Christi IUPUI) Newsletter
    Please meet Andy Foland – a member of our congregation who God uses to do incredible ministry in the community. He is the Regional Director of the state of Indiana for Ratio Christi, a global movement that equips university students and faculty to give historical, philosophical, and scientific reasons for following Jesus Christ. Click the
  • On the Other Side of Roe vs. Wade…
    Are we ready for things to become even more volatile in our politics?  I hope that we are, because this shift is very likely to cause even more drama than we’ve come to know around abortion unless we, as believers in Jesus Christ, lean into the Spirit-given fruit of self-control, kindness, gentleness, etc. (Galatians 5:22-23). 
  • My Revolution
    *Please don’t close the blog automatically upon seeing the subject matter!*  In this post, I want to process an idea that I’ve been sifting through heavily this week and that’s the difference between Christianity as a thought exercise and Christianity as a means of relationship with a Creator/Father/Redeemer/Resurrected-as-an-act-of-love kind of God.  I recognize that it
  • The Ark of the Covenant: Hope for the Orphans…?
    Do you ever feel clueless?  It’s not a feeling we’re comfortable with in our post-Enlightenment minds, if we acknowledge it at all.  But I have found through many episodes of cluelessness in my life that it has been absolutely integral to my relationship with God.  How so?  It’s the acknowledgement of our humanity – our