Covenant of Grace Church is a Reformed church in the St. Charles area and subscribes to the Westminster Confession of Faith along with its Larger and Shorter Catechisms as its doctrinal statement. The goal of Covenant of Grace Church is to glorify God in making disciples by teaching and equipping the saints and by being salt and light in our community.
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Biography: Dr. Van Lees is the pastor/teacher of Covenant of Grace Church. He has been the pastor of the church since 1985 when it started. Dr. Lees has a M. Div. from Covenant Theological Seminary, a D. Min. from Reformed Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. from Whitefield Theological Seminary. Latest posts: Why Study Theology? The …
Covenant of Grace Church Address: 1111 Muegge Rd. St. Charles, Missouri 63303 Phone: 636-447-5691 Service Times Sunday School (Adults & Children) 10:00 AM Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday Evening Bible Study 6:30 PM Thursday Evening Bible Study 7:00 PM Map The map below shows the Church address as 2320 South Old Highway 94. However, the true address is 1111 Muegge …
Does theology really matter? That question is important in the present evangelical community because the systematic teaching of the Word of God is not present in many churches. Theology is said not to be connected with real life and, therefore, it is disparaged. David Wells, in his insightful book “No Place For Truth” addresses the …View full post
One of the more important and central doctrines of Christianity is the doctrine of the Trinity. The concept that there is one God that subsists in three persons is essential to the Christian faith. J. Oliver Buswell, Jr., in his Systematic Theology of the Christian Religion states, “The doctrine of the Trinity is indispensable for …View full post
Total depravity does not mean that man is as bad as he can possibly be. It means that man’s depravity extends to the total man. Sin influences our mind, heart, and will– the total man. The degree in which man is a sinner: Some say man is basically good but has learned bad habits. Some …View full post
I remember watching a program a few years ago in which a huge maze of dominos was assembled. Lines of stacked dominos ran every direction in a large warehouse. The dominos went up little ramps and crossed each other. It took over a month to construct the intricate rows of dominos. At a signal, carefully …View full post