News & Events

    Grace basketball adds 6'4" sharpshooter Gabe Baric

    Gabe Baric, a 6’4” shooting guard out of Northview High School in Grand Rapids, has committed to the Grace Bible College men’s basketball program for the 2015-16 season. “I chose GBC because I wanted to continue chasing my dream of playing college basketball, it was close to home, and my best friend is coming to play here as well (Conner Crawford),” commented Gabe on his decision. Full Article >

    Cross Country Adds South Christian Standout, Luis DeKryger

    Luis DeKryger, a top cross country and track runner from South Christian High School, has signed to run for the Tigers next fall. Luis is a three time state cross country and track qualifier and All-Conference athlete. He has a 5K personal record of17:15, a 4:55 PR for the 1600m, and a high jump personal best of 6' 2". Full Article >

    NACCAP Rookie of the Year Award Recipient, Amy Bolkcom

    The goal of the NACCAP (North American Coalition of Christian Admissions Personnel) Rookie of the Year Award is to provide recognition for an outstanding rookie professional within each region of NACCAP (Northwest, Southwest, Great Lakes, Southeast, Canada, and the Midwest). Recipients are chosen annually representing each region. Full Article >

    10 Week Countdown

    GBCVB game-play officially kicks off 10 weeks from today! Full Article >

    Testimony from Recent Grad, Jessica Turnbough

    Three years ago I was planning on getting married (he had a ring and was going to propose) and I wanted to move from Spokane, WA toward the coast of Washington. I had already graduated with my AA degree from a community college. I was NOT looking for another college. But the Worship Arts ministry tour came to my church and changed my direction. Full Article >

    Do you remember… from Amy (Adams) Martin, Class of ‘88

    When I think of my time at GBC, I have to admit that classes were outranked by the people time. My first thoughts are of people and our time together. What they shared of themselves and how they impacted me, whether it was students or faculty. My memories consist of sitting in the dorm hallway late at night, talking and sharing with each other. Bonding with the “stranger” called your roommate, and becoming sisters. Full Article >