A story yesterday at KLTV ABC-7, Tyler, Tex., reports on the efforts of the Fight Club at Grace Community Church, Goshen, Ind. (Jim Brown, senior pastor), to provide supplies in the wake of the winter storms in the region. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete article. Indiana men’s ministry brings donated supplies to Tyler for winter storm relief A group from Indiana traveled to Tyler to drop o[...]
Grace College’s online Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling has been approved for an accreditation extension from the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). CACREP accreditation provides recognition that the content and quality of a program meet professional standards. Grace College currently provides one of the most affordable CACREP-accredited online master’s degrees in th[...]
It started when she was six years old. Young Hailey Davis would invite her friends over for sleepovers, carefully planning what they would eat and what games they would play so that everyone could have fun. As she grew older, her sleepover planning turned into party planning; and her party planning turned into full-blown event planning. That’s when she realized hospitality was her thing. Now, Davis is a successful third-year s[...]
“Be open to asking God the question, ‘What’s my role here?’ and be open to however He might answer.” At Auburn Grace Community Church in Northern California (Phil Sparling, senior pastor), missional work has become part of their DNA. Brooke Bye has served as the Missions Facilitator for three years, working to build bridges between mission opportunities and the congregation at Auburn Grace. “We focus on creating opportunities [...]
The South Focus Retreat for Charis Fellowship pastors and ministry leaders kicked off this afternoon at the Florida FFA Leadership Training Center, Haines City, Fla. The retreat is led by Phil Sparling, executive director of the Charis Fellowship and pastor of Auburn Grace Community Church, a Charis Fellowship congregation in Auburn, Calif. As with the two retreats held in the fall, it is following the theme of Biblical Relati[...]
A story in Friday’s Ventura, Calif., Star reports that Josh Henderson is leaving as coach of the Grace Brethren High School football team in Simi Valley, Calif. Henderson is credited with transforming the Christian school into a football powerhouse. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete article. Grace Brethren High School is a ministry of Grace Church, Simi Valley (Jordan Bakker, senior pa[...]
Dr. Dale Ulrich, the last surviving member of the founding board members and a key figure in the growth and development of the Brethren Encyclopedia project, has died. Dale, who as an academic made his career at Bridgewater College, for many years was secretary of the BE board and always gently offered guidance based on his institutional knowledge of the founding and mission of Brethren Encyclopedia. He will be greatly missed,[...]
Christopher Jeffrey Inboden, 38, of Huntersville, N.C., entered into the presence of the Lord on March 3, 2021. He leaves behind his beloved wife of 16 years and best friend Taylor (Easton) and two much-loved sons, Mason Jeffrey and Trace Jacob. He is survived by his parents, Scott W. (Buzz) and Deborah O. Inboden of Lewis Center, Ohio; two brothers, Tad Michael Inboden (Nicole) of Denver, Col., and David Scott Inboden (Emily)[...]
Worthington Christian Warriors defeated Harvest Prep 50-25 in Ohio’s Division III boys’ basketball district finals on Friday, March 5. This Week Community News carried a slide show that includes images from the game. Click here to see the report. Worthington Christian Schools is a ministry of Grace Polaris Church, a Charis Fellowship congregation on the north side of Columbus, Ohio (Mike Yoder, lead pastor).[...]
Human beings are created in the image of God, “male and female, He created them” (Gen. 1:27). Women are a part of God’s design to create a representative steward on earth to carry out His work in His way. Imaging God requires a deep and dependent relationship with our Creator. Imaging God was always our Creator’s primary vision for humankind, for we were designed to be image-bearers to the rest of His created world. By Genesis[...]
We have received word of the death of Chris “Bo” Inboden, the son of Dr. Buzz and Debbie Inboden. He died at his home early yesterday morning. He was a decorated war veteran who served his country as a member of the U.S. Army Rangers 3rd Battalion. He had numerous combat deployments earning him the silver star with valor and purple heart, among others, according to a GoFundMe page that has established to help ease [...]
The work of Grace College student, Ben Logan, as an intern at Habitat for Humanity of Kosciusko County is featured this week at the online news site, InkFreeNews. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete article. Logan Gains Valuable Experience In Nonprofit Work At Habitat Ben Logan is getting plenty of work experience with Habitat for Humanity for his future career. In his last year at Grace Colle[...]
A Warsaw, Ind., senior is one of the recipients of a full-tuition scholarship to Grace College, according to a story at the online news site, InkFreeNews. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete article. Warsaw Senior Learns Of Full-Tuition Scholarship To Grace College Warsaw Community High School senior Nicolas Luna was selected as a top full-tuition scholarship recipient in the Presidential Scho[...]
Grace College’s track and field team is tackling the 2021 NAIA National Championships this week. Grace is sending a school-record 20 athletes to the meet, an impressive number in light of the NAIA’s stricter qualification terms this season because of COVID. The meet is being held at the new First Dakota Fieldhouse on the campus of Mount Marty University. DAY ONE – Grace sets school record at opener Grace̵[...]
Grace College’s Kyannah Stull wrapped up her Crossroads League career with another league award. Stull was named Second Team All-League after a strong senior campaign. She is currently averaging 15.9 points per game to go along with 4.0 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.4 steals per game. Stull is already the program record holder for most 3-pointers made in a career and currently has 270 triples in her career. She has over 1,[...]
Three members of Grace College’s men’s basketball team picked up recognition from the Crossroads League. Haden Deaton earned his third straight All-Crossroads League honor, repeating as a First Team honoree after earning the award as a junior. Deaton was honorable mention for All-League as a sophomore as well. Jake Wadding and Cade Gibbs both earned a spot on the league’s All-Freshmen Team, and Wadding was a[...]
During his earliest days, Cardoza was raised by a single mother in a home with no indoor plumbing. He grew up rooted in the remote Appalachian hills of Eastern Tennessee — the grandson of a Portuguese immigrant. Cardoza and his twin brother Teddy were the only minorities within three counties. “We got beat downs and jumped constantly. Picture ‘The Dukes of Hazzard,’ and you’ll get the idea,” Cardoza explains. But even in the m[...]
Dr. Larry Crabb, who served as chairman and professor of the Graduate Department of Biblical Counseling at Grace Theological Seminary from 1982-1989, died Sunday, February, 28, 2021, according to information posted on his ministry’s website, Larger Story. It is included below. He went on to chair the graduate counseling program at Colorado Christian University. A report from the university is also included below. It is [...]
Dr. Kimberly Kroll serves as Literature Teacher at The Stony Brook School in Stony Brook, New York and as a faculty member in the Deploy program at Grace Theological Seminary. Kim holds a B.A. in Philosophy and Literature from Queens College and an M.Div. in Exegetical Study from Grace Theological Seminary. After graduating from Grace Seminary, Kim earned an M.A. in Philosophy from Biola University and a Ph.D. in Exegetical an[...]
Getting sustainable, clean water to one of the poorest countries in the world wasn’t always the goal for Jim Hocking, founder of Water for Good. In his recently released his new book, One Drop of Water, he documents the journey life has taken him on, in a quest to solve the world water crisis. Jim Hocking, a longtime resident of Warsaw, Ind., was raised by his missionary parents in the Central African Republic (CAR). While in [...]
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