For Your Joy, Pt. 1 – Allan McCullough


We kick off a new sermon series from Exodus 20, based on the 10 Commandments. This study centers around the truth the God's commands are for our own joy. Listen to the first message in the series, "No Other Gods."

This Verse Changed My Life, Pt. 1 – Monte McCullough


Throughout the summer of 2022, our elders will each be preaching a passage of Scripture that has been significant in their life. Here is a special message from one of these elders, Monte McCullough

A Delight to be Around, Pt. 4 – “A Christlike Church”


In Pt. 4 of our series, we again study Romans 12 to understand how people should treat each other inside the church. It is in our Christlike love for one another that we prove the love of Jesus not only to the world, but to one another.

A Delight to be Around, Pt. 3 – “Engage with Honor”


As we continue in our study of Romans 12, we learn about how the Christian is called to engage with the culture around us. What do we do if the culture disagrees with us or persecutes us? How do we respond?

A Delight to be Around, Pt. 2 – “Offering All of Ourselves”


In Part 2 of "A Delight to be Around" we explore the difference between explicit faith and implicit faith and the parts of ourselves that God is calling us to offer to Him.

A Delight to be Around, Pt. 1 – “Attitude”


We begin a new series studying Romans 12 entitled A DELIGHT TO BE AROUND. What should the attitude and temperament of God's people be?

Luke, Pt. 55 – “The Nail in the Coffin”


We study Luke 24:13-53 and learn that the resurrection of Jesus brings the fulfillment of all God’s promises to defeat sin and death. It also gives us hope, courage, and purpose.

Luke, Pt. 54 (Easter) – “Jesus: Risen King or Idle Tale?”


Jesus is risen! Join us at Grace Hill Church as we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus through studying Luke 24:1-12.

Luke, Pt. 53 (Palm Sunday) – “Who is Jesus to You?”


It is Palm Sunday, the day that marks when Jesus entered into Jerusalem for the final time before He goes to the cross. As He entered, He wept, because the people of Jerusalem would reject Him as their Messiah and King. As we study Luke 19:28-48 this Palm Sunday, we are going to ask ourselves if we believe and accept Jesus for who He actually is.