"I like to think of Osceola Grace as a family. My family. We get together a lot and we enjoy doing things together that move us along in our spiritual walk with Jesus Christ. I want to live in a way that others would call me a fully devoted follower of Jesus Christ. I know most of the people in my family have that same desire, but we know we are not quite there yet.
So as a family we try to know each other and be willing to be known. This is hard sometimes. We try to serve each other and allow ourselves to be served, too, because we need that sometimes in a family. We also love each other—sometimes at great cost, and it includes much grace, mercy and the strength of God because we are still humans and still sinful! We try to let ourselves be loved by others, too. Along with that we enjoy celebrations so we celebrate all sorts of things and we enjoy celebrating each other and our little victories in life!
People recognize the way Christians love others. The love of Christ is contagious. It's different than how the world loves. As a church, we are continuously striving for relationships that build a strong community and help us grow in our love for Jesus."
—Pastor Greg Serafino