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Graceology
Contributors

  • Ingrid Ord (UK)
  • Julie Rajnus (Malin, OR)
  • Mollie Terpening (Medford, OR)
  • Theresa Richey (Klamath Falls OR)
  • Celeste Hayen (Medford, OR)
  • Teri Cline (Klamath Falls, OR)
  • Laurie Dean (Klamath Falls, OR)

ABOUT Graceology

As the world around us gets darker, we need to hear the message of God's grace more than ever before. It is a message of hope and peace- a builder of well-being. We've designed Graceology to be a resource of reminders of the truth that we are loved. No strings attached. 

We Believe...

  • That God is real, and the bible accurately tells His story.

  • That God exists in three persons (much like we exist as body, mind, and soul). God is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

  • That nothing is more important to our well-being than accurately understanding who Jesus is. He is God, who became a human. He did what no man had ever done before: lived a perfect life.

  • God (Jesus) chose to experience an agonizing death to redeem humanity. He became our substitute- our flawed self that was incapable of living a perfect life died with Jesus. Our new, perfect, complete self rose with Him.

  • Our journey through life is now composed of growing in grace- or learning to live in the belief that we are perfect in God's eyes, through Jesus. Our old ways of doing life (as unloved, imperfect people) often take time to relearn. God's Holy Spirit lives inside of us, driving our growth.

  • Salvation is wholly a work of God’s free grace and is not the work, in whole or in part, of human works or goodness or religious ceremony. God imputes His righteousness to those who put their faith in Christ alone for their salvation and thereby justifies them in His sight.

  • Anyone who wishes to receive God's gift of grace is able to... simply by believing it's true.

  • At physical death the believer will begin a new and glorious life, with perfect well-being experienced with God, face to face.

  • Jesus Christ will come again to the earth — personally, visibly and bodily — to consummate history and the eternal plan of God. This will be a time of great joy for believers, and terrible sorrow for those who have rejected God's love.