The Bronze Serpent, A Reminder Of God's Justice, Mercy & Grace The Gospel

In the last three weeks, Reverend Julio Orozco Jr. has been looking at key accounts of the Old Testament that explain the plan of God since the beginning- save mankind from the poison of sin and His  wrath. In  chapter 3 of the book of John, Jesus made the following statement, 4 And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must the Son of Man be lifted up, He wasn’t just recalling an event from the Old Testament by chance , He was actually revealing his purpose for coming to planet Earth. Reverend Julio Orozco will be looking at Numbers 21 in the sermon deliveredRead More →

The 5 types of Love Languages by Gary Chapman outlines the 5 ways to express and experience love. They are Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Receiving Gifts, Acts of Service, & Physical Touch. We all took the Love Language quiz to discover what each of our Love Language is and engaged in discussion regarding how God displays Love using each Love Language in the Bible. We read from Psalm 139:7-10 & John 13:1-17, when Jesus washed the disciples’ feet with Physical Touch; Hebrews 13:5 & Matthew 1:23 with Quality Time, John 15:9 with Words of Affirmation; Romans 5:8 with Acts of Service; and Romans 6:23Read More →

Reverend Julio Orozco Jr. On How The Account Of Abraham & Isaac Points To The Cross

Reverend Orozco continues his odyssey in the Old Testament to show us how the story of the Messiah Christ is embedded in every account that has been recorded for us. This time, it’s  the very well known story of Abraham and Isaac recorded in the 22nd chapter of Genesis. Pastor Orozco exposes the parallels between the account of Abraham & Isaac and that of Jesus in the new Testament. I will invite you to listen to the message in its entirety. Please be sure to subscribe to GCC on Youtube to receive our latest sermons Please join us on Sunday for Worship at at 11amRead More →

bake sale

Hello Church Family, The ALIVE Youth Ministry will be hosting a fundraiser event on Sunday, February 23, 2020. We will be having a bake sale in the morning from 9-11am and then, we will be having a lunch sale after our church service until 1pm. Please be prepared to bring cash and have change ready (just in case). If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us: Daniel, Tatiana, Yahayra, Adrielly, Nathalie, & Josue. Thank you and see you on Sunday! For the glory of God alone, Tatiana Grace Community Church ALIVE Youth MinistryRead More →

The Sting Of Pride & The Lord’s Discipline

Originally posted on The 32nd chapter of the book of Job begins with , “So these three men ceased to answer Job, because he was righteous in his own eyes” I’ve  purposely avoided the book of Job because I wasn’t ready to deal with the concept of suffering. I failed to recognize that the story wasn’t only about suffering, but about the connection between pride and suffering, the Lord’s discipline and its righteous fruits. But dodging  reading about suffering didn’t guarantee that  I wouldn’t experience  the reality of hardships. The last few years have been marked with one trial after the other, and it isRead More →

Agape love on Valentines day

Originally posted on ASH   Inside my Church, my friend Jamie and I decorated our outreach bulletin board to reflect the upcoming holiday, Valentine’s Day. This is a day celebrated by many to show love and affection to our loved ones . While this is true, I had to ask myself how much more does the Heavenly Father want to shower us with His love . The Bible tells us in 1 John 4:19 ,”We love him, because he first loved us.” Why is knowing the love of God important?  Have you felt lonely or unloved on Valentine’s Day, wondering why you don’t have a date toRead More →

Tonight we focused on the different types of loves described in the Bible (Storge, Philia, Eros, and Agape) and talked about how we show these types of loves every day of our lives. We shared with one another which type of love we personally struggle with and why. We were able to pray for each other and expand a little more on God’s unconditional love. We ended our night by reading Ephesians 3:17-19 and acknowledging the depth of God’s love. 17 Then Christ will make his home in your hearts as you trust in him. Your roots will grow down into God’s love and keepRead More →

Have you wondered what  different names us, humans, have used to call on the Lord? Whether it’s to call on Him in prayer or to reference Him in conversations, or describing how great God is, the Bible is filled with many different names that reference the Lord. Well, there is a song I came across on YouTube by a talented and gifted woman, by the name of Elihana Elia. Her heart is so filled with worship and the song below describes exactly that. The song features the sounds of different instruments that were played in the Bible. *Flashback! When I first heard the song, it tookRead More →

Noah's Ark Through The Lens Of The gospel, A prototype of the Cross

Reverend Julio Orozco Jr. started  a new series on February the 9th with the sole purpose of preaching nothing else but the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He dove into the Old Testament and explored the account of Noah and the Ark recorded in Genesis 6 to reveal that the message of  the Cross has always been in the mind of God from the beginning. Be sure to watch the sermon in its entirety and please join us on Sunday for Worship at at 11am every Sunday morning at: Neelsville Presbyterian Church 20701 Frederick Rd. Germantown, MD 20876   Be Sure Subscribe to Grace Community ChurchRead More →

Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God

Originally posted on Without faith it is impossible to please God, because He who comes to Him must believe that He exists and He rewards those who earnestly seek after Him. ( Hebrews 11:6) I have heard myself and several people say that they want a faith that can move mountains. I’ve  realized by the grace of God that I didn’t have a clue what walking and living by faith really meant. I don’t claim to fully understand what faith really is  but I believe the Lord in His grace has given me some insight on the meaning of faith, and I’m under obligationRead More →