Chapel at Grace Christian School is designed to provide a time of worship, biblical instruction, and fellowship. Chapel is held once a week for fifty minutes. Chapel speakers are comprised of local ministers from various churches. We believe that corporate worship is an integral part of a believer’s life. Chapel provides an opportunity to corporately meditate on and glorify God. Students are able to participate in worship by singing, praying, and reading God’s Word. We believe that biblical instruction is imperative for a believer to grow in his/her faith and learn to apply the Word of God to their life. As our students listen and interact with chapel speakers, our desire is to see God’s Word change their hearts and minds to a complete understanding of the value of a life-long relationship with God, the Father, and Jesus Christ, the Son. Fellowship among the students, faculty, and parents provides unity and encouragement among the school community. We believe this unity is essential in creating a non-threatening atmosphere that students can thrive in, not only spiritually, but academically as well.


2019-2020 Chapel Schedule

GCS Chapel services are led by student worship team, One True King, and a different youth/senior pastor
each week from a GCS student’s home church. The monthly topic series are inspired from Life.Church.

GCS family members and friends are always welcome to attend.
Chapel is from 9:45 – 10:45 AM.

January

Chasing Carrots
If you’re always hungry for the next big thing, but frustrated because it
never seems to satisfy, you might be Chasing Carrots.

8

Chasing Fame
Is seeking fame a sin? The problem arises when the desire to be in the spotlight is greater than the desire to of be of service.

Matthew 5:16
Let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven.

Adam Denny, Northside Baptist Church

15

Chasing Approval
At times we will have to make a choice between pleasing God and pleasing those around us, for God's ways are not man's ways. As important as it is to strive for good relations with others, it is even more important to maintain a steadfast and obedient
relationship with Christ.

Galatians 1:10
Am I now trying to win the approval of human beings, or of God? Or am I trying to please people? If I were still trying to please people, I would not be a servant of Christ.

 

Andy Erwin, Commonwealth Chapel

22

Exam Week No Chapel Service

29

Chasing the Easy Path
God wants us to rely on Him yet be willing to do the work He desires for us. Sitting on social media all day and night is not honoring to God nor is it using our time wisely.  God does not want us to be lazy for many reasons, but one for sure, is so that we don’t have idle time that can cause us to stumble in our walk with Him.

Proverbs 13:4 NLT
Lazy people want much but get little, but those who work hard will prosper.

 


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