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    Recent Alumni Testimonial by Jim Shemaria

    There are some people who seem to “randomly” stumble upon Grace Bible College - like a few of my former classmates who found the GBC during an internet search or through a newspaper ad. My journey took a different path, as I had been aware of GBC from the before I even knew what a college was. Aside from having parents who are both alumnus, my home church (Berean Bible Church in Seattle) was committed to not only support the school, but also promoting it and I can vividly remember concerts from the Grace Singers and summer camps put on by the basketball team being held at Berean. So, when it came time for me to apply to college, all of these experiences played a role in my decision.
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    Grace defeats gritty Concordia squad, 89-81

    The Grace Bible College men's basketball team has extended their win streak to five with a win over the Cardinals of Concordia University Thursday night, 89-81. Full Article >

    Grace shocks Calvin at Van Noord Arena, 92-88

    The Grace Bible College Tigers battled a hot-shooting Calvin College team until the end of the game Tuesday night, making a couple clutch plays on both ends of the floor to solidify a 92-88 win over the Knights. Full Article >

    Watch Grace take on Calvin College tonight at 7:30 pm

    Following a JV game between the two teams at 5:15 pm, the Grace Tigers will take on the Calvin Knights at Calvin's Van Noord Arena tonight. See this article for live viewing/listening options. Full Article >

    JV Basketball records 2 straight wins

    The Grace men's junior varsity team recorded two straight wins over the weekend, defeating Lincoln Christian University in both games. Freshman Ethan Kafila scored a career-high 35 points in Friday's win, while freshman Lake Serba scored a career-high of his own Saturday morning with 27 points. Full Article >

    Lady Tigers move to 8-0, Schultz joins 1000 point club

    The Lady Tigers held on to a 76-71 win against UM-Dearborn to remain undefeated at 8-0, the best start in program history. Senior Abby Schultz scored 30 points, surpassing 1000 for her career. Full Article >