“One More Time”

When I think of “people of Grace Klein,” I will always think of Beulah Brown and thank God that the Womacks invited us along to meet her. Jesus gave them a friendship with Beulah that they quickly shared with all of us. Many people have taught me about community in this almost 10 year journey serving with Grace Klein Community and the saying really is true “we are better together.”…Keep Reading

Red Beans and Rice – Christ City Church

“Grace Klein Community loves Christ City Church in Lipscomb, AL. We are so thankful that the Lord allowed our paths to cross and we are so excited to connect our communities. Meredith Phillips, the Operations Director of Christ City Church, explained how the Red Beans and Rice ministry was started because of the lack of grocery options in the city of Lipscomb when I met her at the monthly distribution….Keep Reading

Stirring Up One Another to Love & Good Works

“And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works,  not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.” Hebrews 9:24-25 Bright & early on the morning of Sunday, February 11, 2018, volunteers from Grace Klein Community gathered behind the runners at Birmingham’s Mercedes Marathon to collect clothing donations runners dropped as…Keep Reading

January 2018 Update on the “Moon.”

The year 2016 was the year of Evan’s brain cancer diagnosis and surgery. The year 2017 was the year of Evan’s dad being diagnosed and treated for thyroid cancer. We are declaring 2018 as the year of continued healing and recovery. Evan’s December MRI showed “no change” from the October MRI which is wonderful news because the October report was “stable and decreased”. The cancer area is visible as just…Keep Reading

Prayers for Phylis

“Let me tell you about an amazing family who is going through a rough time and needs help… Phylis and Fred Cobb, from Centerpoint, AL, have a beautiful family who they have discipled in the faith. They are now seeing the fruits of their labor as their 6 adult children are serving and leading in the church. This past fall, Phylis Cobb was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma Bone Cancer. Phylis…Keep Reading

Embrace Grace

“Everyone has one of those moments. A moment that defines your life: “Before Mom died…”; “After I found out I had cancer…”; Before the house fire…”. It is a moment that splits your life in two. Before…and after. My moment…I was 22 years old, single, almost finished with college, and 5 ½ months pregnant. My on-again, off-again boyfriend had just left for what I knew would be the last time….Keep Reading

When God says “Go” What Do We Do?

When your friends who live an ocean apart could do with a little more encouragement, what would you do? Get the cheapest flight possible and jump on it even if it will take you 72+ hours to get there. My wife and I get quite amped with seemingly random and spontaneous God assignments. We prayed and received peace that I should come and spend time with our friends this side…Keep Reading

The “Love Does” Challenge

“This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters. If anyone has material possessions and sees a brother or sister in need but has no pity on them, how can the love of God be in that person? Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with…Keep Reading

Dawson Family of Faith Serve Day

We were blessed to have over 100 students from Dawson Family of Faith serve at various Grace Klein Community assigned sites on January 13, 2018. The students were divided into groups that served at the Grace Klein Community house and the Grace Klein Community office, as well as with ministry partners, Metro CME, Forward in Faith Ranch and Liberty Church Birmingham. Students and adult volunteer leaders braved the freezing weather…Keep Reading

When Worlds “Collide.”

On January 27, 2018, the halls of the Grace Klein Community office were filled with energy, singing, and laughter as 24 members of the Church at Brook Hills youth ministry gathered together for a “serve day” at the Grace Klein Community office. These 7th grade students showed a true heart of generosity and service, as they split into 4 groups to address various needs around the office. A group of…Keep Reading

Breaking Bread: A “Come To The Table” Lifestyle

“Klôntes te kat oikon arton metelembanon trophēs en agallesei kai aphelotēti kardias.” – Acts 2:46 “Translating from the original Hellenistic Greek to English that means, “breaking moreover from house to house, bread they partook of food with gladness and sincerity of heart.” Three thousand people were baptized when the Holy Spirit came to the apostles during the Pentecost in Acts.  The ways their lives changed were so dramatic that Luke…Keep Reading

Nathaniel Visits Birmingham

“This month, we had the privilege of hosting Nathaniel Kodavatikanti, one of our Indian ministry partners. He has been in the US visiting his sister in Baltimore and his travel plans allowed him to spend some time with all of us in Birmingham. While he was here, we were able to introduce him to ministry leaders, friends and family members. He spoke to school groups and small groups and worshiped…Keep Reading

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