Adam Copenhaver, former pastor of the Grace Brethren church in Yakima, Washington, was recently one of several fathers featured in an article on stay-at-home dads. Here is an excerpt–to read the entire ar[...]
Almost since the moment Shane Edwards came to faith in Christ at age 16, he felt a call to ministry. This year, 14 years after he promised God he would study for a year at Bible college, he moved his wife and s[...]
Sunday’s Frederick (Md.) News-Post carried the story of Kristen and Adam Jagadowski and Jennifer Preston, who is carrying a baby for the couple. The Jagadowskis attend the Rosemont Grace Brethren Church ([...]
Evan Adams felt called to share the gospel with Navajo Native Americans. Under his ministry, Lee Trujillo gave his heart to Christ. Then Lee’s son, John Trujillo, also committed his life to Christ and became pa[...]
Ten years ago, Jeremy Byng was a student in the audience at Brethren National Youth Conference. This year, the tables turned as he took to the stage for the first time to lead worship at the annual Grace Brethr[...]
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 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 [...]
Editor’s Note: The following story was written by BMH’s spring, 2010, intern, Octavia Lehman, based on a testimony given by Grace Brethren church planter Jeff Reifsynder (pictured) on August 16, 20[...]
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