One of our core values at Grace Point is that God designed the family as the primary place for faith and character formation. We seek to inspire, equip and assist you to become intentional about building a God-honoring home one step at a time. HomePoint exists to create a culture of intentional families using three simple objectives.
THE POINT OF HOME
HomePoint is designed to help you take simple steps toward creating a God-honoring home. Since many of us are called to worship God through the intimacy of marriage and the blessing of children, we need to understand the purpose and priority of family life.
Every marriage is intended to be a masterpiece reflecting THE marriage between God and His people. (Genesis 1:27, Genesis 15, Jeremiah 3, Ephesians 5:22-33, Revelations 21:9)
Those blessed with the gift of children and grandchildren are called to disciple the next generation as life’s greatest honor and highest priority. (Exodus 20, Deuteronomy 6, Psalm 78:1-8, Ephesians 6:1-4)
A strong Christian family attracts the next generation and next door neighbor to Christ as The Word becomes flesh and blood and we conform our lives to the image and example of Christ. (John 1:14, Philippians 2, 1 Timothy 3, 1 John 3:16)
IT STARTS AT HOME
- Young adults can become intentional about their future.
- Couples can work toward becoming one and create times of connection to thrive.
- Parents can launch simple faith formation routines.
- Grandparents can use their significant influence to point the next generation toward God.
HomePoint offers a wide variety of tools available to help those in any life season take steps toward creating a God-honoring home. We encourage you to explore our Assessments, Pointers, Idea Cards, and Faith-Filled Holidays online or at our HomePoint center in the church lobby.
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Prayer is simply a conversation with God. It is a way we communicate, worship, praise, and know our Heavenly Father. It is our dependence on the One who holds all things together. Individual prayer is powerful, but Scripture tells us there is a supernatural dynamic when we pray with others.