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What is Different About Grace Point @ Eagle Heights?

 

Grace Point at Eagle Heights (GPEH) is above all Christ centered – “We proclaim Him” (Col. 1:28).

GPEH is a Bible Believing Church that is firmly rooted in a commitment to the fundamental distinctives of the Christian faith.

We strive to be Bible focused and Christ centered in all we do.  For this reason God’s Word is uppermost in our worship.

We are committed to the expository unfolding of the Word of God.  God’s Word takes precedence in our church over all other forms of authority.  At GPEH the Word of God is preeminent over all things.  We believe the church’s health depends on our consistent pursuit of Biblical knowledge and living.

Evangelism is also central to the life of GPEH.  We have a passion to see souls brought to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ the Lord of glory.

Our worship style is a combination of both contemporary and traditional worship.  We worship because of the marvelous truths about who God is and what He has done through Jesus Christ for His people.  We desire our worship to be genuine, passionate, and heartfelt.  We desire for our worship to be God centered not man centered.  We sing songs because they glorify God, not simply because we like them. Therefore, every song undergoes a Biblical litmus test so that we sing only that which we believe is truly reflected in Scripture.
We believe the older children at GPEH should be in corporate worship and hear the preaching of God’s Word.  Men, women, boys, & girls of all ages benefit from hearing the Word of God and exalting God through song… together.

Our church is committed  to giving at least 20% to missions. We support a variety of works in places nearby and abroad, like Sudan, Kenya, Russia, Mexico, and more. We help send at least one mission team out every year to do short-term mission work.

We believe in the Great Commission and our responsibility to take the gospel to every creature.

 

Covenant Theologian: Heinrich Bullinger

Covenant Theologian: Heinrich Bullinger

FROM  Oct 24, 2014 Category: Articles

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The Spread of the Gospel

The Spread of the Gospel

As Peter traveled about the country, he went to visit the saints in Lydda” (v. 32).

– Acts 9:19–10:8

After Saul was converted, he remained in Damascus and helped p …


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Prince of Translators: William Tyndale

Prince of Translators: William Tyndale

 

FROM  Oct 22, 2014 Category: Articles
 

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Why You May Be Tempted To Neglect Your Church

Why You May Be Tempted To Neglect Your Church

Every pastor encounters people who have given up, or are tempted to give up, meeting together with God’s people. At any given …

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Zurich Revolutionary: Ulrich Zwingli

Zurich Revolutionary: Ulrich Zwingli

FROM  Oct 20, 2014

Other than Martin Luther, Heinrich Bul …


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Fortress for Truth: Martin Luther

Fortress for Truth: Martin Luther

 

FROM  Oct 17, 2014


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The Reformation and the Men Behind It

The Reformation and the Men Behind It

FROM  Oct 15, 2014

As Reformation Day (Oct. 31) approaches, we will be presenting a series of blog posts, excerpted from 


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October 31st is Reformation Day…

October 31st is Reformation Day…

Lest we forget why we believe what we believe, we are posting several articles (some again) to help us remember why we are Protestant. Here is a great, concise article in under 200 words from Nathan Busenitz that describes why we are not Roman Catholic.
200 Words: Why I’m Not Roman Catholic

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Are Christians Commanded to Change the Culture?

Are Christians Commanded to Change the Culture?

by Ken Ham on October 7, 2014

The United States Supreme Court and gay “marriage” are in the news again. News media reported on the latest “non-ruling” by the Supreme Court:

Th …


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Captive to the Word…

We must continually go back to the Scriptures as our only source for “doing theology.” As much as we may respect and admire the early church fathers, or, for that matter, the reformers, the puritans, or a particular modern spiritual leader, we must always remember to be Bereans, checking their conclusions and reasoning against the plumb line of God’s Word. No one could put it more clearly or forcefully than M …

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6 Great Reasons To Study Doctrine

6 Great Reasons To Study Doctrine

by Tim Challies
I love doctrine. Doctrine is simply the teaching of God or the teaching about God—the body of knowledge that he reveals to us through the Bible. I guess I’m one of those geekly people who loves to learn a new word an …

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Christianity Is a Religion (Thank God!)

Christianity Is a Religion (Thank God!)

Is it possible that we disapprove of the idea of ‘religion’ not simply because it sounds old-fashioned but because people prefer a relationship with God without terms?

We don’t need l …


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How do we draw near to God?

How do we draw near to God?

“Let us draw near with a true heart” (Heb. 10.22). Based on what had been written, this was the heart of the invitation to those in the assembly who had not come to Christ. The same invitation is found in the first New Testament book to be written (James 4.8), where James reveals the corollary of drawing near to God. God will draw near to you. Asaph taught that it is a good thing to draw near to God (Ps. 73.28). The full restoration of Israel to God’s …


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Should I expect to be persecuted for my faith?

Should I expect to be persecuted for my faith?

In Matthew 10.32, Jesus makes the amazing promise that the person who acknowledges Him as Lord in life or in death, if necessary, is the one whom He will acknowledge personally before God as His own (Matt. 13.20; 2 Tim. 2.10–13). Conversely, He describes the soul-damning denial of Christ of those who through fear, shame, neglect, or love of the world reject all evidence and revelation and decline to confess Christ as Savior and King.


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What was the purpose of John’s baptism?

What was the purpose of John’s baptism?

The Gospels all introduce John the Baptist’s ministry by quoting Isaiah 40.3 (see Matt. 3.3; Luke 3.4; John 1.23). John was called “My messenger” (Mark 1.2), the divinely promised messenger, sent to prepare the way for the Messiah. In ancient times, a king’s envoys would travel ahead of him, making sure the roads were safe and fit for him to travel on, as well as announcing his arrival.

As the last Old Testament prophet and the divinely ord …


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Is Your Church Worship More Pagan than Christian?Todd Pruitt

Is Your Church Worship More Pagan than Christian?Todd Pruitt

There is a great misunderstanding in churches of the purpose of music in Christian worship. Churches routinely advertise their “life-changing” or “dynamic” worship that will “bring you closer to God” or “change your life.” Certain worship CD’s promise that the music will “enable you to enter the presence o …


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Did Jesus Christ believe in everlasting punishment for the wicked?

Did Jesus Christ believe in everlasting punishment for the wicked?

Look at His words in Matthew 25.46. “And these will go away into everlasting punishment, but the righteous into eternal life.” The same Greek word is used in both instances. The punishment of the wicked is as never-ending as the bliss of the righteous. The wicked are not given a second chance, nor are they annihilated. The punishment of the wicked dead is described throughout Scripture as “everlasting fire” (v. …


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Blood out of a (Moon) Rock

Blood out of a (Moon) Rock

Are upcoming lunar eclipses a precursor to fulfilled prophecy?

By Jeff Laird


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Why We Neglect Our Bible

Why We Neglect Our Bibles

We assume every Christian has a Bible that looks like this one – worn down, marked up, and paired with a journal stuffed with multicolored spiritual reflections.

But that’s often not true. Many Christians find it difficult to get into a daily habit of Bible reading. So this week John Piper addressed four com …


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200 Words: Why I’m Not Roman Catholic

200 Words: Why I’m Not Roman Catholic

by Nathan Busenitz


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8 Ways Your Church Can Be More Welcoming to Guests

8 Ways Your Church Can Be More Welcoming to Guests

By Sean Fowlds

Having served in the local church the past two decades, one of the first things m …


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The Apostle to Islam

“Father, the hour has come; glorify thy Son in the Muslim world”

 

  Samuel M. Zwemer (1867-1952), Hope College graduate, Princeton professor, RCA minister and “The Apostle to Islam,” prayed for the Muslim world like this:

Almighty God, our Heavenly Father, who hast made of one blood all nations an …


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Email: GPEH@GPEHchurch.com

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