Join us July 18, 2021 at 10:30a.m. TRANSFORMATION SERIES: Relational Health- Pastor Richard Solis

Sermon Series: TRANSFORM (not conform)

Join us on Sundays at 10:30 and Wed at 6:30p.m. for this life changing series.

TRANSFORM (NOT CONFORM) Series taught by Dr. Rick Mendoza

Sunday July 18, 2021, Pastor Richard Solis will be speaking on Relational Health



It is God's will that all the sick be healed of all their diseases and afflictions. I find four main reasons for this:

(a) Jesus healed all who came to Him (Matthew 8:16, 12:15, Luke 4:40 6:19) and this was passed on to the ministry of the apostles. (Acts 5:16).

 (b) Jesus healed any and every different kind of affliction (Luke 4:40, Matthew 4:24)

 (c) Jesus' Kingdom is a Kingdom that has good health and great hospital care! In Heaven there will be no sickness or crying or pain. When we ask 'Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven" we are, among other things, asking for a healed world. When we say "Thy Kingdom come" we are talking about a realm of healing, restoration and authority over disease, demons and afflictions. (Luke 10:1)

 (d) God is a loving heavenly Father and we are in His image. Any earthly father wants their child healed of any and every disease and affliction. This is implanted in all people and in all cultures and is thus part of the image of God and the heart of God, thus we can deduce that we have a compassionate, kind and merciful God whose natural tendency is to heal which was Jesus' (God in human flesh) response whenever He saw illness. (Matthew 14:14 NKJV) And when Jesus went out He saw a great multitude; and He was moved with compassion for them, and healed their sick.

Since healing is embedded in the nature of God, the conditions of the heavenly realms and the Lordship of Jesus Christ in His Kingdom then we can expect healing whenever the kingdom of God is manifest today for Jesus is the same yesterday, today and forever. (Hebrews 13:8) Jesus can heal, here, now, and today.


It’s the name of Jesus that heals not Peter or John or Paul or the pastor. (Acts 3:12 NASB) But when Peter saw this, he replied to the people, "Men of Israel, why do you marvel at this, or why do you gaze at us, as if by our own power or piety we had made him walk? We have no problem with saying its "not our power" but "not our piety" really hurts!


The name of Jesus operates in combination with "the faith that comes through Him". (Acts 3:16, 14:9) Jesus (not us) is the source of healing faith as well as healing power. Faith is a gift that comes through humility (Luke 17:5-10) hearing God's word to us (Romans 10:17) and asking for it as a free gift. (Ephesians 2:8).

Join us wed. for our Bible Study as we go deeper in this incredible subject.



Here is our memory verse for the next two weeks:

1 Corinthians 6:19-20

 Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your bodies.


1- First and foremost: Grandview Christian Center believes in HEALING. God's will is for us to be whole spiritually and physically. "Dear friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well." 3 John 1:2

"Healing and deliverance from sins were never supposed to be separate" says Dr. Rick Mendoza who is conducting this sermon series this summer at G.C.C. "Throughout Scripture (including Mark 2) healing and deliverance always worked hand in hand. We were never supposed to have evangelistic ministry, brings people to Christ, and then over here on the side, pray for the sick with trepidation. It was never meant to be separated. As I see the ministry of Jesus in the Bible, healing is as much of the Gospel as is the message of forgiveness.”

2- Sunday June 27, we will have a Family Nurse Practitioner speaking to our church on the pragmatically and perspectives of being transformed in your physical health.

3- That Sunday we will dig in a little deeper in the scriptures to lay a foundation on healing and on physical healthiness. (see notes below)

4- On July 4, we will have a worship and healing service. We will enter the presence of God through worship and pray for the sick. Independence Day will be special as we pray for freedom for our physical lives.

5- Join us on Wednesday nights (online- text GRANDVIEW to 48484 to get a link) as we unpack what was taught on Sunday.


Here are some of the sermon notes:


1.    God is the healer (Great Physician) not us Exodus 15

2.     The redemption that is in Jesus is total, involving every aspect of the person - body, soul, will, mind, emotions, spirit. Isaiah 53:5-6 & 1 Peter 2:24

3.    God Established a Right Way of Living Psalms 119:93

4.    God also uses modern medicine and medical treatment 2 Kings 20:1& 2 Chr. 16:12

5.    God brings healing through miracles Luke 4:40 & John 14:12


For next week: We will be praying for the sick based on: James 5:14 Is any one of you sick? He should call the elders of the church to pray over him and anoint him with oil in the name of the Lord. 15 And the prayer offered in faith will make the sick person well; the Lord will raise him up. If he has sinned, he will be forgiven.


Please contact us for any questions. 



Each week we will discover practical applications of our week's discussion (by having resident experts speak on that topic...for example, for the week of Physical health, we have a physician) then we will have Dr. Rick Mendoza give us some Biblical foundations on each topic based on the week. Here is an example of the topics for each week:

1-                     Spiritual health

2-                     Physical health

3-                     Mental & emotional health

4-                     Relational health

5-                     Financial health

6-                     Vocational health

Every Sunday we will go through these different topics and every Wednesday, we will have our online bible study that we will all go through TOGETHER- (Using the binder and notes that we will give to you free. Please request your binder or you can pick one up at the Church on Sundays) During these Bible studies we will dig deeper on the week's topic. To sign up for these interactive Bible Studies, please text: GRANDVIEW to 484848 to get your link.

Each week, we will be challenged to memorize a verse.

WEEK ONE verse is:

ANYONE WHO BELONGS TO CHRIST HAS BECOME A NEW PERSON. The old life is gone; a new life has begun! 2 Corinthians 5:17

 The further away you get from God, the more your life is troubled

The closer you get to God, the more your life is transformed.

See you this Sunday at 10:30a.m. at Church.

If you are unable to attend, watch our service by texting: GRANDVIEW to 484848


TRANSFORM (not conform)

How God Changes Us

Grandview Christian Center



    The TRANSFORM series is particularly powerful, if done correctly. Much prayer, thought, study and writing has gone into this. Much of the material comes from Saddleback Church and the work they have done in renewing the mind series. I believe this series has the potential to become the most influencal and life changing series that Grandview has ever done.

    Yet it comes with a warning. It covers a broad range of areas from metal health through to vocational calling, and it could be easy to feel overwhelmed by how far we have to go in our journey to become like Christ. However, it is my hope and prayer that God will speak to each of us personally, to see what are the key thing(s) that the Holy Spirit wants to partner with us in changing, to release more of peace, joy and love in our lives. I invite you to make a purposeful effort to come every Sunday and join us on Wednesdays as we unpack these series. Each week, we will have different people in specific fields speak on the topics that relate to us that week. Plus the challenge and encouragement that God’s Word brings each week. Then on our Wednesday night Bible Studies, we will unpack what we spoke about and relate it more on a personal level.


    The key verse for this series is:

Romans 12:1, "Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind".


Each week I will look at the two key words in this statement, Conform and Transform.

What is the difference?

According to the dictionary, to CONFORM means to "make or become the same" or "to behave in a conventional way by accepting, without questions, the customs traditions and prevailing opinions of others". In other words, to conform is to fit into somebody else's mold; it's to do things the way everybody else does.

On the other hand to TRANSFORM means "Change the condition, function, nature, character or personality of something."




CONFORM- Relates to behaviour; effect is from outside in

TRANSFORM- Relates to Character-the development is from inside OUT


Throughout the study we need to keep in mind that conforming is something we do to ourselves. Transforming is something God does to us but by renewing our minds. You see, God doesn't just want to change your behavior he wants to change the way you think. The Bible says "as a man thinks in his hear, so he is" Proverbs 23:7. Our thoughts control our actions.

So if you want to change the way you act you must start by changing the way you think. If you want to be like Christ you must learn to think like Christ.




Each week, we are going to study the transforming power of Jesus Christ.    

Specifically, we'll look at God's plan to transform you in Six key areas of our lives:

·        Spiritual health

·        Physical health

·        Mental & Emotional health

·        Relational health

·        Financial health

·        Vocational health

God cares about and wants to bless us in every area of our lives. He wants us to be healthy in body, soul, and in spirit. And He has given us the steps and principles in His Word that we can take to live healthy, fulfilling lives.

The Scripture contains many promises from God that has to power to impart blessing all areas of our life. Each week I will teach that with every PROMISE there is a PREMISE. God says, “If you do this,” (that’s the premise), “then I will do this,” (that’s the promise). For example, the Bible says, “If we confess our sins,” that’s the premise, “He will forgive our sins,” that’s the promise. “In all your ways acknowledge Him,” that’s the premise, “and He will direct your paths,” that’s the promise. Every PROMISE has a PREMISE. Over the next several weeks we will look at God’s promises for each of these key areas of life, and we’ll discuss the premises or conditions or the steps that we can take in order to live in God’s blessing.


Grandview, my prayer is that during the next several weeks, we would grow together as a church and learn how to be transformed, not conformed.


  Dr. Rick Mendoza-                               

  Grandview Christian Center

  Summer 2021



Wednesday Night Bible Study for the Church- 6:30p.m.

Thursday Men’s Bible Study- 7:00p.m.


Friday Women’s Bible Study- 8:00a.m.


Monday How to overcome fear & Anxiety-7:00p.m. (this class is full. We will restart another one June 2021)


Please join us in these groups.

Check the tab "ONLINE BIBLE STUDIES" for more information.