January 2008

Grace OCC Recognized

The newest building on the Grace College campus, the Orthopaedic Capital Center (OCC), has received the 2007 Excellence in Masonry Award from the Indiana Concrete Masonry Association. The award was presented at the Indiana Concrete Masonry Design Awards Program on January 10 in Indianapolis. Tom Dunn, Grace’s chief operations officer, Jeremy Ringger and Terry Emmons …

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BMH Author Interviewed on Moody’s Prime Time America

Bob Kellemen, author of Soul Physicians and Spiritual Friends was interviewed Wednesday, January 30, 2008 on Prime Time America, broadcast on over 250 stations on the Moody Radio Network. To listen to the archive of Dr. Kellemen’s interview about the current state of Christian counseling, click here. His interview is toward the end of the …

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Southwest Focus Retreat Concludes

The Southwest Focus Retreat, comprised of pastors and lay leaders from Grace Brethren churches throughout the southwestern U.S., concluded just before noon today at Rancho Capistrano near San Juan Capistrano, California. The three-day retreat, which is organized and implemented by Tom Avey and the FGBC coordinator’s office, was led this year by the current FGBC …

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Former Grace Brethren Pastor Don Rager Dies

Don Kendall Rager, 92, Upper Yoder Township, Pennsylvania, went to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on January 28, 2008 at Conemaugh Memorial Hospital. Born November 15, 1915, in East Conemaugh, son of Howard B. and Elizabeth (Boyle) Rager, Don later lived in Portage, Conemaugh, and Moxham. Preceded in death by parents, beloved …

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BMH Author, Psychologist to Lecture at Grace

The Graduate School in Counseling and Interpersonal Relations at Grace College, Winona Lake, Indiana, will sponsor psychologist and author Dr. Bob Kellemen (pictured) to present a lecture Wednesday, February 6, based on his book Beyond the Suffering: Embracing the Legacy of African American Soul Care and Spiritual Direction. Kellemen will be speaking in the Social …

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Grace Announces New Business Faculty

Dr. Bill Katip, provost at Grace College and Seminary, has announced that Dr. Brad Lemler (pictured) will be joining the faculty of the college’s business department in fall 2008 as professor of accounting and finance. Dr. Lemler previously taught at Grace in the Business Department from August 2001 to May 2004. Dr. Lemler has extensive …

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Fellowship Council Responds to Go2 Application

Tim Boal, executive director of the new Go2 church planting ministry, met with the Fellowship Council of the FGBC this week to present the organization’s application for recognition as a national ministry with the FGBC. Here is the Council’s response, as provided by FGBC coordinator Tom Avey: The FGBC Fellowship Council has officially responded to …

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