Grace Bible Church is a sending church.
For over 75 years, numerous ministries and individuals have been prayerfully and financially supported through the generosity of GBC’s members. In many cases, GBC has been able to partner with people that have grown up as part of the church family and are reaching out to meet the needs of the world. Throughout GBC’s history, millions of dollars and countless prayers have been offered in support of ministries all over the globe. On top of specific mission’s projects, GBC has been blessed as a church family to dedicate a significant portion of the yearly budget to such endeavors.
Whether serving in administrative roles, university outreach or frontline church planting, GBC has always sought to be a sending church. Our missions director and a passionate team of volunteers keeps consistent contact with those serving around the globe. We also try to send various people and teams regularly visit our missionaries to see and experience their work first hand. The need is great, but we serve a Sufficient Savior.
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Currently, Grace Bible Church is involved in the financial and spiritual support of over 25 missionary families that serve in 12 different countries! Some of the links to our partner's sending agencies are below:
Cru- University of Michigan, GradCru- University of Michigan, Cru International - University of Michigan, His House- University of Michigan, His House- Eastern Michigan University, InterVarsity, University Christian Outreach- Ann Arbor, RBM Ministries, On Goal Ministries, Awana.
Local Strategic Partners:
Hope Clinic, Sienna Women's Health, Friends in Deed, Young Life.
Global Strategic Partners:
Avant Ministries, CCCD, Christar, Crossworld, Ethnos360, Paraclete Mission Group, SEND, Team Expansion, Word of Life Missions, Wycliffe Bible Translators.
If you have any specific questions about our mission partners or how you can get involved in supporting our missionaries, please direct your questions to Todd Sanford ( ).