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”
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”
By: Dale Kramer, Senior Communication and Psychology major
Grace University held its 2014 Servant Leadership Training (SLT) Fair on Friday, September 5, on campus in the Jim Classen Gymnasium. The fair provided an opportunity for vendors to meet Grace students and set them up with service roles in their respective ministries.
The SLT program is a key distinctive of a Grace University education. As part of each academic program, students volunteer each week to gain ministry and leadership experience. Each year, students give more than 20,000 hours of service to the community. Continue reading “38 Organizations Participate in 2014 SLT Fair”
Each year Grace University, with a student population of fewer than 500 students, gives back more than 25,000 hours of community service to organizations like the Salvation Army, Girl Scouts and the Hope Center for Kids. Continue reading “College Experience Leads to Lifetime of Service”