Grace Point Church lives to make disciples of Jesus that live in community for the community.
“Some people claim that we can be Christians without necessarily becoming disciples. I wonder, then, why the last thing Jesus told us was to go into the world, making disciples of all nations, teaching them to obey all that He commanded? You’ll notice that He didn’t add, “But hey, if that’s too much to ask, tell them to just become Christians—you know, the people who get to go to heaven without having to commit to anything.”
– Francis Chan
“When people ask me, “What’s the will of God for my life?” I reply, “Are you asking me if you should be a lawyer or a baker, or whether you should marry Jane or Virginia?” I tell you simply what the Bible says about it: “This is the will of God, your sanctification” (1 Thess. 4:3). It doesn’t matter what our job is or whom we marry, or what city we live in. If we are not growing in sanctification, seeking God’s will about such things is worthless. God’s will for each of us is that we grow into spiritual maturity, that our lives become more fully set apart and consecrated by the Holy Spirit, and that our minds are changed. After that, we will be able to tell what is pleasing to God. Then we will be able to know what he wants us to do—that good and acceptable and perfect will of God.”
– R.C. Sproul
“To know beyond doubt what I ought to do, and knowing to do it, seems to me to be heaven on earth, and the man that has it needs but little more.”
– Alexander Maclaren