Encompass World Partners recently released this introduction to some of the newest staff members who will serve around the world. Take a moment to pray for them! Open Doors 2020: Meet the Newest Encompass Staff Members from Encompass World Partners on Vimeo.
Charis Fellowship pastor, Dan Thornton, and his wife, Sue, were featured today at heraldmedia.com after they spent part of the day helping prepare Thanksgiving meals that would be delivered to the needy in their area. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete article. (Dan is pastor at Maranatha Brethren
Mark Pohl, associate vice president of Enrollment Management and Financial Aid at Grace College, is interviewed about college enrollment in this story from ABC 57, South Bend, Ind. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete article or view the broadcast. College enrollment numbers up, despite pandemic This week on
An article posted Monday at the Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly details a partnership that helps college students from northeast Indiana overcome financial barriers and helps them finish their degrees. Mark Pohl, associate vice president of Enrollment Management and Financial Aid at Grace College, is quoted in the article. A portion of the story appears below.
In this sixth edition of the “Charis Beliefs” series, Dr. Christy Hill shares about what it looks like for believers to use the spiritual gifts given them by the Holy Spirit for the glory of God. All believers have been given gifts by God the Father through God the Holy Spirit. As a Fellowship, we
Christa Robles works in Missions & Mobilization at Middlebranch Grace Brethren Church (Jeffrey Brown, pastor) in Middlebranch, Ohio. In this interview with Ron Boehm, she shares about her ministry working with the hispanic migrant community in the Canton, Ohio, area. Watch the whole interview here. “At least as much as we are serving, we are receiving
If you saw Barb Wooler in the coffee aisle at Walmart, you probably wouldn’t think “cross-country cyclist.” A short, friendly woman with cropped sandy-blonde hair and lively blue eyes, Barb doesn’t draw attention to herself. But this summer, she biked coast to coast across the United States. Barb and her longtime friend Judi frequently took long bike
Randi Walle has joined the GraceConnect team as newsletter coordinator. She is responsible for the weekly production of the GraceConnect e-newsletter, from initiating stories to pushing the “send” button. She’ll be working from her home in central Ohio. Randi is a freelance writer and photojournalist who is a third-generation member of Grace Polaris Church in Westerville,
In honor of Native American Heritage Month, on Thursday, November 12, Grace College Program Director for History and Political Science, Dr. Jared Burkholder, led more than 50 students, faculty, and staff in a virtual conversation about the necessity and the challenges of uncovering Native American voices in the past. Burkholder’s presentation described a more realistic
For the first time in almost two decades, Grace College’s men’s cross country team is ranked by the NAIA. The Lancers, under head coach Jake Poyner, were ranked No. 24 in the latest NAIA Top 25 Coaches’ Poll. It marks Grace’s first Top 25 appearance since 2003. The women’s cross country team remained in the “receiving