Teams from across eastern Nebraska and western Iowa competed Friday, April 19, in the first annual Grace University high school quiz bowl tournament.
The Bellevue East team of Erik Ingram, Nate Crawford, Matt Cummins, Helen Timmins, and Chayce Kenny won first place in the advanced division. Each member of the winning team received a $1,500 scholarship to Grace. Team members from Lincoln Southwest earned second place and a $1,000 scholarship. Waverly’s “B” team won third place and each member of the team received a $750 scholarship.
Continue reading “Grace Hosts First Annual Quiz Bowl Tournament”
The Graduate College at Grace University is expanding ministry opportunities and doubling its size with the addition of three new highly sought-after programs.
“We are excited to offer our community more options for Christian higher education at the graduate level,” said Dr. David M. Barnes, president of Grace University. “We want our students prepared for ministries in key career fields, and these graduate programs are an important outreach opportunity.”
Continue reading “Grace University’s Graduate Program is Expanding”
“For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” – Matthew 6:21
There is no better time than right now for Grace University’s unique mission to develop Christ-centered servant leaders for the home, the church and the world. More than ever, our culture and our world need educated professionals who live and walk in the path of Christ.
Continue reading “Woodhouse Match Campaign Begins”
The voices of Grace University’s Chorale are returning home from a seven-city, spring break concert tour through the western U.S.
All are welcome as the Grace University Chorale lifts their voices in praise through an uplifting performance April 7 at First Covenant Church at 4 p.m. First Covenant Church is located at 201 N 90th in Omaha. The concert is free and no tickets are required.
Continue reading “Grace Choir Gracious With Free Concert”