Momentum Youth Conference, hosted annually by CE National, has been cancelled for 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic and projections for attendance. Below is the announcement sent by the Momentum office. Normally this time of year our Momentum team would be very busy working on session plans, talking through ministry opportunities, and praying for registrants, […]
Grace College engineering students Erin Lawhon and Abbott Joy have donated more than 700 3D-printed ear guards to local organizations on the front lines of COVID-19. The ear guards have been distributed to Fellowship Missions, Grace Village, Miller’s at Oak Pointe, Acorn Academy, Pill Box Pharmacy, Cardinal Services, and Miller’s Merry Manor at no charge.
Ashley Hall, a senior at Worthington Christian High School and two-time state qualifier for the track and field team, is featured on the This Week Community News site. (Worthington Christian High School is a ministry of Grace Polaris Church, a Charis Fellowship congregation on the north side of Columbus, Ohio, Mike Yoder, lead pastor.) A portion
I found my old Bible in my parents closet this summer. Finding this obviously-forgotten treasure immediately brought back a torrent of emotions as my fingers traced the embossed leather, and the Bible’s pages flipped to passages I’d dog-eared 10 or 15 years ago. I’ve had the heart of a writer long before anyone had ever
Grace College grad and a 2017 inductee into the Grace College Intercollegiate Athletic Hall of Fame, Steve Coverstone, was featured in Saturday’s Goshen, Ind., News. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete article. COACHING ICONS: Broken window leads Coverstone to Wawasee coaching career Steve Coverstone started to play golf
The VC Star is honoring seniors from the area who had their spring seasons end prematurely. One of the seniors featured on Sunday was Josh Swales, a pitcher on the Grace Brethren High School baseball team. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete article. Grace Brethren High School is
When I think of patriots, I think of those who do not complain, who bear all risks, and suffer great hazards in order to protect many whom they will never meet. I also think of courage that is silent, and not self-promoting. On the other hand, courage is quick to promote others instead. This is
The May Eagle Commission newsletter reminds us of why we mark Memorial Day in the U.S. It’s a time to remember the many sacrifices individuals have made so that we may enjoy the freedoms we value. Especially poignant is the memory of Charis Fellowship Chaplain George Youstra (Col., U.S. Air Force) as he remembers Troy “Trojan” Gilbert.
Word has been received of the death of Roy Melvin Dice, Jr., a Grace College and Seminary graduate and former pastor in the Charis Fellowship (Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches). His obituary appears below. Roy Melvin Dice, Jr., 91, of Palmyra, Pa., went to be with Jesus on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at Londonderry Village,
“God did with it what He does and just multiplied it,” says Dan Gulnac, lead pastor of Palmyra Grace Church in Palmyra, Pa. Palmyra Grace ended their second fiscal year in a row with an overage of money not spent. The congregation decided to tithe ten percent of the extra funds to bless those in their area. “We wanted to meet the