It’s Saturday night, May 3rd, which means it’s Hands on Greenville (Community) day at Grace Church. Grace primarily participates in HOG day to build credibility within our communities. By working to better the community and working along side those within our communities, we are able...

Between work and family, it takes discipline to find time to read the Scriptures, discipline that at times we all lack. But this difficulty is an option we have the blessing to struggle through. In 2011 Joseph and Elizabeth Osborn moved their family to Papua...

Photo Credit: Washington Post Ukraine. A country most people don’t think about on a regular basis, but one that has a storied. Recently, however, Ukraine has been making headlines in the midst of escalating political turmoil, violence, and uncertainty. After a few news cycles, it is not...

This blog is part of our OVC: Kenya series. Over the next month we will be launching our campaign to establish advocates for orphans and vulnerable children in Kenya through our local partners....

The plight of an orphan in biblical times was bleak. In a patriarchal society, those without a father were defenseless; left at the mercy of those from whom they begged. Orphans, widows, immigrants, and the poor were all at the bottom of society, little above...

This week we had the opportunity to hear the stories of several Lapilo men as they share their testimony of the work God has done in their lives and the lives of their families through Joseph Osborn. We are honored and excited to be a...

Today is the day that Keith and Lori Doster, along with their two daughters, Sarah and Emory, have been anticipating for months. Unless an ice storm can deter them, they will be leaving Greenville en route to the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas to...

“Tell the people at Grace that we love them, we are thankful for them, and we are praying for their work in America.” I heard some version of this from pastors and church leaders over and over again in the highlands of central Kenya, and...

Well I can definitely say this summer went by way too fast. Even though it felt like I hadn’t seen Greenville in a LONG time by the time I got back home it felt like such a short time in the Bahamas. The clearest way...