Grace University’s 2nd Annual Spring Musical Revue will be held Saturday, April 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the Suckau Chapel at 840 Pine St. in Omaha.
The production features Grace’s finest performers singing and dancing to music from A Chorus Line, Spamalot, The Addams Family and other toe-tapping tunes. Choreographed by Amy Wesely and hosted by Mackenzie Dehmer, this event will please audience members of all ages. The musical revue is free and open to the public. Continue reading “Spring Musical Revue Saturday”
Six homeless residents in downtown Omaha were recently given a rather unique gift – a handwritten note, ham sandwich and a smile, delivered by Grace University student LaQuana Billingsley.
The good Samaritan student later learned that one of the sandwich recipients – Fred Shafer – was suicidal that day. Her small gesture of kindness changed his life. As a result, Fred ended up at Omaha’s Open Door Mission in a class taught by Dr. Tara Rye, Grace University’s Dean of Women. During this time, Shafer shared his story of a young woman who saved his life. He wanted to thank her.
Last month Shafer and Billingsley had a chance to meet. Smiles were exchanged; and the original handwritten note – still intact. The note was signed Yeshua AKA Jesus.
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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”