President’s Blog

The disciple whom Jesus loved wrote the fourth Gospel.  In the first chapter he introduces Jesus as the Word who became human ("flesh"), and he uses a fascinating phrase to describe what Jesus Christ did: "Out of his fullness we have all received grace in place...

Here at Grace Bible College, we began a new semester this week with 21 new students who we did not have on campus last semester! It was encouraging to see the excitement of these new students as they came for orientation last week. Our first...

During these warm days of summer Major League Baseball teams take a short break, and some of the top players (chosen by fans, players, and managers) prepare for the annual All-Star Game. This event is often thought of as the signal of the middle...

In the midst of summer, many of us will travel. Whether it’s a trip to local parks, the lake, or a trek across the country to visit family and friends, everyone enjoys a time of great refreshment and relaxation.   For our students, it is also a...

We have all heard that saying, over and over again (usually in reference to "saving money on car insurance!").   At Grace Bible College we recently celebrated our seventy-first annual commencement ceremony.  Throughout the weekend of graduation events, more than 120 graduates shared their incredible...

Like me, you have probably seen someone carrying such a sign or shouting loudly while wearing a sandwich board as they proclaim the message that the world is approaching a very abrupt end…or at least, a much unanticipated interruption.  (But now that I think about...

I met a very nice man dressed in a sharp suit in the Administration Building yesterday.  After learning his name I asked him what brought him to Grace.  He told me he was an “ambassador.” Before he could add that he was an ambassador of...

So many times during the month of November we seek to encourage people to look around at all their blessings and abundance and stop to thank God and show appropriate gratitude.  It often seems we are like the little child excitedly opening presents when our...

I just returned home from a visit to the East Coast, and am thrilled that I can report firsthand to you how God is using GBC graduates in our world. My wife Kathy and I visited Long Island in New York, and fellowshipped at Eastport...

What is it that differentiates drudgery of task fulfillment from vigorously serving with enthusiasm? Once there was a small town in the southern Midwest portion of the USA which was located along a beautifully flowing river.  The town was constructed there because of its proximity to...