We are pleased to announce that we’ve exceeded our fundraising goal during the recent $100,000 match campaign. Key donors, alumni and friends of the university donated $242,000 – an increase of $31,000 over last year and $42,000 over the original goal of $200,000. Continue reading “Donations Exceed Woodhouse Match Goal”
Four new coaches are joining the Grace University team in 2015: Kim Karabatsos, head baseball coach; Paul Osborne, head men’s soccer coach; Kathleen Brown, Ph.D., inaugural head softball coach; and Rich Locke, head women’s soccer coach. Continue reading “Introducing Four New Royals Coaches”
Bonswa zanmim! means “Good afternoon my friend” in Creole.
Meghan Ward ’15 is interning in an orphanage in Haiti as she walks out the Grace University mission to be a servant leader in the home, church and world. She is sharing the love of Jesus by helping out with physical therapy, meals and activities, primarily with the 30 children at the orphanage who have special needs. Continue reading “Bonswa zanmim!”
As part of our mission to develop servant leaders for the home, church and world, Grace University has developed a partnership with College Possible to serve low-income students in our community. Continue reading “Grace Develops Partnership with College Possible”
Jeff Banks has joined Grace University as the new Dean of Men.
A native of Scottsbluff, Neb., Banks has served in the pastoral ministry for 20 years, the last nine as the pastor of Cornerstone Fellowship Evangelical Free Church in Greenfield, Iowa. He is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and Dallas Theological Seminary. Continue reading “Meet Jeff Banks – Our New Dean of Men”