February 2017

Lancer Pair Named to All-Crossroads League Team

Grace College men’s basketball teammates Erik Bowen and Braxton Linville earned recognition on the postseason All-Crossroads League Team, released Thursday. Bowen was named Third Team All-League, and Linville appeared on the All-Freshman Team. Bowen finished the regular season as the rebounding champion in the league, producing 9.1 boards per game to go along with a team-high 14.3 …

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Grace Women’s Basketball Run in League Tourney Ends in Semifinals

A poor offensive night doomed Grace’s women’s basketball team on Friday in the Crossroads League Tournament semifinals. The Lady Lancers (15-17) struggled mightily in the second half in a 79-50 defeat against No. 3 Marian. Grace produced only 18 points and shot 23 percent from the floor after halftime. The Knights (29-3) forced 19 turnovers …

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Grace College Student Wins Institute of Internal Auditors Scholarship

Noel Negowski, daughter of Stephen and Denise Negowski of Bath, Ohio, was recently selected for a $1,000 scholarship at the annual Fort Wayne chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) student night. Negowski is a junior at Grace College, simultaneously earning her bachelor’s degree in accounting and master’s degree in business administration through Grace’s …

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Clinton, Md., Student Shot in Home

A story in last week’s Washington Post noted the tragic death of Christopher Perry, a student at Grace Brethren Christian School, a ministry of Grace Brethren Church, Clinton, Md. (Irving Clark, pastor). A portion of the story appears below. Click here for the complete article. A 48-year-old Prince George’s County woman was charged with first-degree murder …

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GBIF Completes Annual Audit; Sets New Record In Total Assets

Grace Brethren Investment Foundation (GBIF) recently completed an annual audit for the fiscal year 2016, setting a new record asset total at over $112 million ($112,276,036). Also, the GBIF board of directors approved a total of $720,455 in goodwill contributions which will be disbursed soon to help a whole variety of Fellowship of Grace Brethren Church(FGBC) …

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Kittie Grill Dies

Kittie Grill, mother of Grace College professors Steve Grill and the late Mike Grill, died Sunday at her home at Grace Village Retirement Center, Winona Lake, Ind. Her obituary appears below. Kittie Grill of Grace Village Retirement Community of Winona Lake, Indiana joyfully entered heaven at 4:59 p.m. on Sunday, February 26, 2017, at her …

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Grace College Art Students Learn From Professionals

Grace College senior art students recently toured New Haven Print, a leading print company in New Haven, Ind., and met with industry professionals. The second-annual trip was organized and led by Richard Wanjema, assistant professor of visual communication design at Grace. “The New Haven trip is an excellent opportunity for students to network with potential …

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Grace College Lancers Excel in the Classroom in First Term

Grace College’s athletic teams had an impressive fall session, both on and off the playing surface. All student-athletes at the Winona Lake, Ind., school (both in and out of season) combined to average a 3.37 GPA. A whopping 76 percent of student-athletes (188 total) finished the semester with a 3.0 GPA or higher. And Grace …

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