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Called to Connect

March 30, 2016


We are excited to announce that Chris Ruzicka’s title will be changing from Connections Director to Connections Pastor. Chris was ordained back in 2001 when he and Jennifer moved to Borger, TX to work as a student ministries pastor. He spent seven years serving in Texas before returning to Graceway. Upon his return, Chris served […]

Growing away from mistrust

March 16, 2016

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Brett Konomos, 18, came to Graceway after being invited to a Lord of the Rings marathon.

Growing up all over the Kansas City metro area, Brett went through multiple divorces as a child. He hasn’t seen his biological father in almost a decade. He describes himself as not being a bad kid growing up, but his […]

Graceway’s Organizational Structure

March 3, 2016


Throughout this past year, we have had many questions surrounding how Graceway is structured in light of our leadership retreat last year. Graceway is an organization committed to team leadership and this is represented in our improved organizational structure as we have multiple teams working together on many levels.

We desired to create a […]

Turning back to God

February 24, 2016

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God designed his church to be a place where imperfect people can be fully known and fully loved. “I realized if I kept living this way, I would die soon,” Jesse Hamilton recalls as he tells his story at its lowest point.

After months of spending what money […]

Meant for something more

February 16, 2016

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Written by Maura Williams

Christopher Gerdeman’s story ends and begins on a cool November afternoon while he sat in his vehicle parked near an Eastern Jackson County lake.

His heart was broken. A woman he’d loved had ended the relationship that he’d forsaken family and friends for. He was only 22 years old yet he felt he […]

An improved approach to discipleship

February 9, 2016


Just a couple of weeks ago, we laid out Graceway’s improved approach to the discipleship process beginning in June this year. Holistic discipleship is one of our core values as we believe that discipleship is a lifelong pursuit of maturing in Christ that impacts every aspect of our lives. Graceway is recommitting itself to our […]

Graceway Praise in 2016

February 2, 2016


By now, you may have noticed that our praise teams look a little different from what you had been used to seeing. We are entering a new season with our Worship Ministry at Graceway and I’m excited to be able to share that with you.

In January of 2015, I began to pray and […]

A passion for learning

January 27, 2016

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Reba Chambers has always had a passion for learning and education and a gift of writing. In high school, she would write short stories and would pass them around to classmates. People would constantly ask what would happen next in the plot. Reba describes herself as a self-educator. If there is a subject she is […]

Fulfilling Destiny

January 20, 2016

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Rod Suydam’s story is one of fulfilling destiny. Coming to the point where you are walking in His will and fulfilling what God has called you to do. “It is something I questioned most of my life. Trying to put all the pieces of where, when, why and how together.” Rod says. Rod was raised […]

Important Giving Information for 2016

January 5, 2016


Our accounting team mails annual giving statements by January 31 for the previous year’s contributions. You can help us provide you with an accurate statement by utilizing one of the following methods when giving:
-Place your money in a pre-assigned, pre-numbered offering envelope;
-Place your money in a generic envelope (located behind the auditorium seats) providing your […]

Heb 11-13

December 23, 2015

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What does it say?

Hebrews 11 highlights the importance of faith. Without faith one cannot please God. The author of Hebrews gives a classic list of Old Testament figures that represent the essence of what it means to have faith. These faithful believers who have gone before us should stimulate us to […]

Heb 7-10

December 22, 2015

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What does it say?

Hebrews 7 returns to expand upon the theme of Jesus as the High Priest and superior to the Levitical priesthood. The New Testament that God promised to the prophets has now been fulfilled in Christ, the Great High Priest and a the true tabernacle in the heavens, not […]

Heb 1-6

December 21, 2015

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What does it say?

We don’t know who wrote Hebrews, though theories abound. More of a treatise than a letter, it’s clear that the author is a master of the Old Testament and probably writing primarily to other believers from a Jewish background before the temple is destroyed in 70 AD.

1 Peter

December 20, 2015

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What does it say?

Tradition says that Peter is killed in Rome during the wave of persecution that began in 64 AD. Peter probably writes this letter from Rome not long after this persecution begins. The recipients are believers scattered in five Roman provinces in what is now Turkey.

Peter […]


December 19, 2015

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What does it say?

Though not mentioned by name in Acts, Titus plays a key role on Paul’s missionary team. A Gentile, Titus is Paul’s disciple before Timothy. Paul uses him in the Jerusalem meeting (Acts 15) as an example of Gentiles coming to Christ. Just as Paul left Timothy in Ephesus, […]

1 Tim

December 18, 2015

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What does it say?

1 and 2 Timothy along with Titus are often called the Pastoral Epistles due to the intensely personal relationship Paul has as mentor and colleague to both men and the practical nature of instruction. They are written late in his life. Paul is ministering in Greece and Asia […]


December 17, 2015

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What does it say?

Paul begins the Philippian church during his second missionary journey in 50 AD. He writes this letter as a prisoner in Rome probably between 61 and 63 AD.

Paul opens this brief letter with personal greetings and prayer for the church (1:1-12). The apostle updates the Philippians about […]


December 16, 2015

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What does it say?

We learned a bit about the background of Ephesians in yesterday’s reading of Colossians and Philemon, companion books to Ephesians. An unusual feature of Ephesians is that it does not begin and end with the usual personal greetings. Only at the end does Paul mention that he is […]

Colossians, Philemon

December 15, 2015

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What does it say?

Some 100 miles east of Ephesus and 11 miles from Laodicea (mentioned in Rev 3), Colossae is a small town in modern southwestern Turkey. There is no evidence Paul ever visited this city, but having spent considerable time in Ephesus, the Colossian church is fruit of the Gospel […]

Acts 27-28

December 14, 2015

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What does it say?

Paul has long wanted to go to Rome, but he certainly never imagined his journey to be under these circumstances (Acts 27). Paul and other prisoners are charged to a centurion named Julius for the journey to Rome over the Mediterranean Sea. This trip begins in the fall […]