Dr. John Teevan, a trained economist who is now director of the prison extension program at Grace College, Winona Lake, Indiana, was recently published in a commentary distributed by the Acton Institute. Here i[...]
By Tom Hocking “Who is it!?” Uh oh, I thought. This neighbor sounds more than a little irritated and definitely suspicious. Through the closed door, Alfredo and I introduced ourselves as the Spanish[...]
David Guiles, executive director of Grace Brethren International Missions, sends the following reports from the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization meeting October 16-25 at Cape Town, South Africa. [...]
For Josiah Teeple, a 20-something young man who is now planting a Grace Brethren church in downtown Des Moines, Iowa, the time he spent in Florida studying the Bible was invaluable. “It was a turning poin[...]
The total number of young men who were mentored by the late David Plaster, former pastor of the Grace Brethren Church of Columbus, Ohio, may never be known this side of heaven. Here are stories from a few of th[...]
By Tom Julien Where will your church be ten years from now? Will it still be committed to biblical values in a pluralistic society? Will its people be characterized by spiritual vitality and ministry? Will it b[...]
By Octavia Lehman Dr. Christy Hill calls it passing the baton. “Mentoring is a good thing-as Christians we are called to be in community,” says the professor of spiritual formation at Grace College [...]
by Judy Daniels How was your pastor trained for leadership in ministry? It’s likely that he graduated from a seminary or Bible college. He may have been an intern on a church staff or was mentored by a ve[...]
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