Training missionaries is the primary focus of the Intercultural Studies Department. Students are being trained to serve in traditional foreign mission settings as well as being trained to serve in intercultural settings within businesses, church ministries, community development and education. Continue reading “Missionaries-in-Training Visit Agricultural Center”
During the annual Bible Conference, students were challenged to think about how multi-ethnic relationships and cultural conflicts impact ministries and their ability to reach others with the Gospel. Continue reading “Students Challenged During Annual Bible Conference”
Get into the spirit of the season by attending Grace University’s annual Festival of Christmas Scholarship Concert on Saturday, December 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Joslyn Art Museum, 2200 Dodge St., Omaha, Neb.
The proceeds from the event will benefit the Grace University scholarship fund. The Lincoln East High School choir along with Grace University Chorale, Chamber Singers, Concert Band, and instrumental ensembles will perform. Continue reading “Grace University Presents Festival of Christmas Scholarship Concert”
Participants dressed in their finest Prom attire for the race through Little Italy and the Dahlman Neighborhood. Continue reading “Royal Racers Raise Funds to Study Abroad”
One of our most pressing issues is being able to train musicians and music educators on the type of instruments they will be using professionally. Our students were in need of a 5-octave marimba so they could play today’s repertoire of percussion arrangements.
For the past 2.5 years, many faithful donors have helped us raise $7,500 to purchase a new marimba. But when we found ourselves needing to order the marimba, we were $5,000 short.
Then God provided a miracle! Continue reading “Donor Blesses Music Department”