Dr. R. Douglas Cassel, 78, of Hummelstown, Pennsylvania, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, May 29, 2012, at his home with his family by his side. As a general surgeon, he made a number of trips to the Central African Republic to do surgery with Grace Brethren doctors there, first with Dr. […]
This article is from the Harrison, Arkansas, newspaper. To read the original, click here. Paul and Mary Lou (Deits) Saunders of Jasper celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary Wednesday, May 30. They are planning a celebration on Father’s Day with their family. They were married at Grace Brethren Church in Waterloo, Iowa; Rev. Arnold Kriegbaum
Larry Chamberlain, president and CEO of the Grace Brethren Investment Foundation (which sponsors the Eagle Commission) recently reported on a trip he and his wife, Sherlene, along with Endorsing Agent John Schumacher, and his wife, Martha, to Fort Campbell, Ky. They visited with three of Grace Brethren chaplains and their wives—Bill and Robin Graham,
David Schwan, who works with Encompass World Partners in England, posted this note today: Just to let folks know that I have released another single (instrumental this time) on Amazon and iTunes in honor of my Dad, Becky’s Mom and Jo Hathaway’s (a friend) mom who recently passed away. The song is entitled Gone Before.
After 25 years of service, Norman Gunsolley is retiring this June from his leadership at Warsaw Christian School, Warsaw, Indiana. Norm is only the third administrator of the school during its 54-year history of educating area students from Pre-K through sixth grade. Warsaw Christian School is affiliated with the Community Grace Brethren Church of Warsaw.
Pastors from Washington and western Canada are gathered this week (May 21, 22 and 23) at Camp Clear Lake near White’s Pass, Wash., for the annual Northwest Focus Retreat for Grace Brethren ministry leaders. As with the previous retreats, the sessions are led by Dan Allan, pastor of the Grace Brethren Church, Ashland, Ohio, and
Mark Artrip, who is leaving the staff of the Powell, Ohio, church to plant a new church in Hilliard, Ohio, explains on this video how Hilliard was chosen as a target community and what the approximate time schedule is. The video was made for the Pickerington, Ohio, church, which is partnering with the Artrips in
Grace College and Seminary, Winona Lake, Indiana, this Saturday morning granted undergraduate and graduate degrees to 570 students during Commencement services held in the Orthopaedic Capital Center on the Grace campus.In a day marked by “lasts” and “firsts,” Provost Bill Katip and President Ron Manahan noted that this total included some of the last associate
Dr. Jared Burkholder of the Grace College history department and a specialist in Brethren history, recently presented a talk at Bethel College in Mishawaka, Indiana, during the Missionary Church Historical Society’s spring meeting. Burkholder said, “It was a superb time of good company and meaningful discussion followed by a great lunch at a local Indian
The Wooster (OH) newspaper is currently featuring a ministry initiative of the Grace Brethren Church of Wooster (Robert Fetterhoff, pastor). Here is an excerpt–to read the entire article, click here. Wooster’s Sowing Hope House will have a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday Church is letting ‘these people know we are there’ By STEVEN F. HUSZAI Staff