Grace Pike

Grace Pike is pursuing her Masters of Divinity at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, MO. She is a member of Cross Fellowship Church in Overland Park, KS. It is her joy to continually be growing in the grace and knowledge of her Savior Jesus Christ, and her prayer to bring people from all nations into the everlasting, joyous satisfaction of knowing and worshipping Him.

Oct 28

Is God Unsafe? by Grace Pike

Your safety in God was secured when Christ bore the wrath of God on the cross in your place

Sep 30

3 Truths About the Reign of God by Grace Pike

In a constantly changing world, our hearts long for steadiness; for the fulfillment of a promise.

Aug 31

The Permanence of God’s Kingdom by Grace Pike

Can you imagine such a kingdom? A place perpetually filled with the light?

Jul 27

Does Love Prevail Over Hardship? by Grace Pike

Take heart, believer. There is nothing lost that cannot be redeemed; nothing broken that cannot be mended.

Jul 1

Gospel Implications For Racial Reconciliation by Grace Pike

God’s work throughout redemptive history—namely Christ’s life, death, and resurrection—has definitive implications for the way we should view racial reconciliation.

May 26

Heading Home by Grace Pike

For the follower of Christ, our understanding of “home” and the decisions we make based on that understanding are crucial and complex. 

May 1

The Beauty That Still Remains by Grace Pike

In a world of various pains, fleeting pleasures, and endless vanities, the human heart longs for lasting beauty. 

Jan 15

Is There Forgiveness For A Seminary Student? by Grace Pike

Though our flesh wars against it, the humility to recognize our need for God’s forgiveness and redemption is a gift.

Sep 4

Words For The Widowed by Grace Pike

In this fallen world permeated with sin and death, even adopted children of God may taste the bitterness of loss.

Jan 4

Body Image and a Better Understanding of Beauty by Grace Pike

When our hearts believe the lie that there is something more beautiful and more valuable than Jesus Christ, our lives will reflect our rejection of that truth.