Committed to the Freedom of Grace but lacking the confidence to be bold about it?

Change that by Doing this Fantastic Course

20+ Sessions of an in-depth exploration of Grace

This powerful course about grace explores the concept of God's empowering presence in our lives. Through a deep understanding of grace, we discover that God's love for us is unconditional and very relational. We learn that grace is not just an abstract concept, but that it is a tangible force (ie. Holy Spirit) that can transform our lives and empower us to live with purpose and meaning.
God's Grace does secure our eternal future, and it also empowers our present earthly life. It provides more than a salvation, it empowers us to live a righteous life. In fact, Grace provides the only solution for us to live righteously.
The course covers fundamental principles of grace, such as forgiveness, acceptance, and redemption, and it provides practical tools and insights to enable us to experience God's grace in our daily lives. By learning to live in God's empowering presence, we can experience greater peace, joy, and fulfillment, and we can use our gifts and talents to make a positive impact on the world around us.

To be honest, this course will affect the way you think and will change your life.

A Joy-filled Comment

Such a joyful revelation of GRACE! I keep listening and each time receive new layers and dimensions of insight that leave me laughing in joy! Your way of explaining and illustrating these realities leave little room for intelligent rejection of such extravagant grace.
Pat Bruner
Pastor

Meet David Crabtree

A fun and vital speaker/trainer, David is certainly worth listening to, particularly when speaking about the Holy Spirit, Healing and the subject of Grace.

He has been a senior pastor for more than 40 years, a church planter, and a conference speaker in the U.S., Australia, Fiji, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Siberia.

Enjoy growing in Confidence in Powerful Grace

There is no need to be intimidated by the cautious religious folk who think that the freedom in Grace is a license to sin. Grace actually is God's way of empowering righteousness.

New Covenant Theology

There is a crucial and significant difference between the Old and New Covenants. According to Hebrews, the Old Covenant is obsolete! We cannot use Old Covenant regulations to "balance" Grace.

Expert Guidance

David Crabtree has spent more that 40 years studying Grace and New Covenant theology. He is valued as a teacher and conference speaker here in the U.S., and also Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and the South Pacific. You will be encouraged by his experience.

You will be challenged to think differently

Our typical church history, theology, and experience has taught us to be skeptical of the role of the Holy Spirit and also the supernatural. This skepticism has made us doubt our ability to relate to God, and also has downplayed the presence and power of God.

This Course will indeed Change your life

We have had too many testimonies in regard to the effectiveness of our Grace training. The New Testament comes alive, and your relationship with God will grow. By the way, if this does not happen with you, we will happily refund your course money.

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A Strictly New Covenant Concept

The Old Covenant and New Covenant don't mix. If we try to mix them we end up distorting Grace. Law does not balance Grace, it neutralizes it.

02
What does the New Testament really say?

The New Testament has much to say about New Covenant Grace and the righteousness that it brings. The more we understand what the Apostle Paul say about New Covenant Grace, the more freedom we have to be holy.

"For the grace of God has appeared that offers salvation to all people. It teaches us to say 'No' to ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright and godly lives in this present age..."

03
We have the same Grace that is in Jesus

Jesus did not have unmerited favor. He merited all His Grace and gave it to us. This has to alter what we typically think about Grace.

04
Grace is "outrageously relational"

Our Reformation and Renaissance roots relegates Grace to an intellectual exercise rather than being deeply relational with God. Grace really becomes the personal power of God bringing transformations righteousness to us.

Contending for Grace

David shares a 12-minute “Ted-Talk” on the subject of Grace at Bethel for senior BSSM students at Launch, a one-day event on Saturday, November 6, 2021. (LAUNCH is an initiative of the Bethel Leadership Network and BSSM. It is a one-day gathering of senior students with leadership potential who have Senior Leaders share with them short presentations.)

David was invited to speak on New Covenant Grace entitled “Contending for Grace.” It’s short, and “punchy”.  Enjoy!

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