Participate in a worship service at the Grace Brethren Church in Toppenish, Wash. (Greg Stamm, pastor), and soon you’ll be drawn in by the musical dexterity of Bob Ferguson. But it’s not for him, says the long-[...]
“People are now aware of each other’s needs and feel a sense of support for other people as well,” reports Steve Kern, associate pastor of spiritual growth at the Grace Brethren Church in Wooster, Ohio (Bob Fet[...]
Art runs in the Vandermark family. Bob, a 1978 graduate of Grace College, Winona Lake, Ind., has painted signs for 42 years. Beginning while he was serving in the U.S. Army, he says he has painted thousands of [...]
A movie might not have much to do with God, but it still can be used for His glory. Larry Totzke, pastor of Capital City Grace Church in Columbus, Ohio, is still rejoicing over the work God did through an outre[...]
Tim Park: Ministering at the Skate Park from GraceConnect (BMH) on Vimeo. Tim Park, youth pastor at the Grace Brethren Church in Ripon, Calif., has a heart for the young people who hang out at the local skate p[...]
This year, Stephen Carrick, the teen-aged son of David and Laurie Carrick (he’s the pastor of Grace Church in Cedar Rapids, Iowa), had a goal of packing 1,000 boxes for Operation Christmas Child, the prog[...]
This week, the United States celebrated Veteran’s Day — a day when people who have served in the armed forces for the country are honored. We encourage you to pray for Grace Brethren military chapla[...]
The David Muritz family from Maranatha Brethren Church in Hagerstown, Maryland (Dan Thornton, executive pastor) is dealing with a serious and chronic illness. Here is an excerpt from a story in the local newspa[...]
A story that has been called to our attention first appeared in the Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Gazette, late last summer, but it’s still worthy of telling here. Stephen Carrick, the 14-year-old son of Grace Bret[...]
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