The Grace Brethren Investment Foundation (GBIF) recently approved the following loans:
- $38,000 to the Calvary Grace Brethren Church (Doug Courter, pastor), Hagerstown, Md., to complete improvements to the church’s parking lot.
- $100,000 to the Grace Brethren Retreat Center (Mike Gehlert, executive director), Denver, Pa., to help with the construction of the new Lutz Lodge to be constructed on the camp’s acreage.
- $115,000 to the Grace Brethren Church of Manheim (Jeff Dunkle, pastor), Manheim, Pa., towards the renovation of the church sanctuary and basement areas.
- $15,000 to the New Horizon Grace Brethren Church (Scott Barger, pastor), Winona Lake, Ind., for improvements to the church’s facilities.
- $110,000 to the Brighton Chapel Grace Brethren Church (Jeremy Helmuth, pastor), Howe, Ind., to assist with the construction of a 5, 850 square foot addition to the church.
“GBIF is delighted to partner with these growing ministries in the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches as they expand their local community outreach for Christ,” says Ken Seyfert, executive director of operations.
The Grace Brethren Investment Foundation, located in Winona Lake, Ind., provides respectable returns on investment accounts and competitive mortgage financing so that congregations in the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches can purchase property and construct or expand facilities to minister more effectively to local communities and reach the world with the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ.