The Grace Brethren Church in Clinton, Md. (Irv Clark, senior pastor) began as a mostly caucasian congregation in its early days. After being faced with the reality of their congregation becoming a dying church,[...]
“It’s our own hometown missions trip that we have the privilege to participate in every year,” says Esther Abel, the media intern at Southview Grace Brethren Church of Ashland, Ohio (Mark Abel, senior pastor). [...]
“God is using this as a way to share the gospel in a way we never could have imagined,” says Frank L. Figueroa Junior., lead pastor of Waipio Grace Brethren Church (a Charis Fellowship congregation in Mililani,[...]
“The family feel is what draws people in,” says Tim Sprankle, the pastor of Leesburg Grace Church, a Charis Fellowship congregation in Leesburg, Ind. “People come to smaller congregations to connect.” Sitting i[...]
“I am in it for the long haul. If God called me to care for these people, I was going to be faithful,” says Eric Durso, who is now the lead pastor of Grace Rancho, a Charis Fellowship congregation in Rancho Cuc[...]
From Death to Life: The Carter’s Story Terry and Sarah Carter, members of Grace Church in Wooster, Ohio (Nick Cleveland, senior pastor,) had experienced unexpected and tragic losses which left them feelin[...]
Blessing nurses in the local public schools and gathering Christian business women in the community for networking, fellowship, and encouragement are just two ways members of the Winona Lake Grace Brethren Chur[...]
“Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think (Eph. 3:20).” This verse was written on the cake celebrating the separation of Grace Church Lancaster, Pa. (Scott Becker, lead[...]
“Everybody in society today hears frequently what the church is against. We as a church wanted them to hear what we are for. We are for them, we are for their families, we are for our community because God is f[...]
Remembering Those Who Have Served The Eagle Commission serves as a strategic link between the people of Charis Fellowship churches and its military chaplains around the world. As we observe Memorial Day this we[...]
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