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    What is Missions at GCC? OUR MISSIONARIES SHORT-TERM CHANGE FOR CHANGE GIVE NEWSLETTER More | | | | GCC Global exists to proclaim Jesus to unreached people groups around the world. We do this through regular financial support of our missionaries, as well as monthly giving events we call “Change For Change.” Our goal is to equip indigenous people within unreached people groups to spread the gospel, plant churches, and enable ongoing ministry in areas who have little-to-no access to the Word of God. MEET OUR MISSIONARIES How Can I Get Involved? GIVE Ongoing Financial Support: When you give online you can designate a portion to the missions program. ​ GIVE ONLINE Change for Change: Specified missions need collected through the month (changes monthly) ​ Check out this Month's Change for Change Campaign! GO Short Term Missions GCC - Short Term Missions: Every year, we sponsor a number of short-term missions in which many members of our congregation engage. In addition to GCC-sponsored trips, our members are involved in a variety of missions efforts, both near and far. ​ Find out more and see upcoming events at the link below! SHORT-TERM MISSIONS PRAY Jesus said "therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.” (Matt 9:38) ​ Pray for our Missionaries listed on our website. Use the Operation World website to pray for specific countries. Join our Missions Newsletter Missions Newsletter Do you have a heart for missions? If you are a member or regular attender of Grace Community Chapel, you can receive regular reports from missionaries we support SIGNUP FOR THE MISSIONS REPORT Missions Newsletter

  • Bennett | GCC

    Ron and Mary Bennett Serving with The Navigators Phone: ​719-598-1212 Website: Address: The Navigators 3820N 30th Colorado Springs, CO 80934 Birthday: Ron: September 23 Mary: March 7 Mission Focus The Navigator Calling is to advance the gospel of Jesus and His Kingdom into the nations through spiritual generations of laborers living and discipling among the lost. Navigator motto: Know Christ and make Him known ​Our personal mission statement is to develop and coach disciples who make disciples. ​ Our greatest blessing is to see generations of disciples living as ambassadors in their world. The challenge is finding and developing disciples who are willing and able to pass on their lives to a new generation. Ron mentors and shepherds a network of disciplemakers and disciplemaking leaders across the country. Many of the men lead disciplemaking ministries of their own. He also speaks at men’s retreats. Testimony Ron's Testimony I came to faith in Christ through the influence of my church and parents. I was discipled and mentored while studying at Iowa State University in the 1960s. I learned how to walk with Christ and share Him with others. I became infected with the vision of the Great Commission carried out by ordinary people in the marketplace. In 1970, I was invited to join Navigators and develop disciple-making ministries among university students. That was the beginning of over 50 years with Navigators in various leadership roles focused on our calling. ​ Mary's Testimony I was raised in a solid Christian church and home. But in high school, I finally understood the gospel and put my faith in Christ. As a student at Western Michigan University, I became involved with Navigators and was mentored to follow Christ wholeheartedly. I also caught the vision of making disciples who would make disciples. After marriage, I continued to disciple women alongside Ron and his ministry. Previous Jabe & Elena Barker Philippine Schools Next Scott & Jayne Cuidon Global Missionary Counseling

  • SANDMAN 2022 | GCC

    Sandman 2022 What is Sandman? Each year professional sculptor Dan Belcher creates a stunning 3 dimensional creation made completely out of sand. Want to see this years creation stop by our parking lot at 7661 Mexico Rd in St. Peters starting on Friday, July 29th. ​ Dates: July 29th - August 26th ​ Invite your friends and neighbors Share on social media #gccsandman ​ Learn more about this years sculpture: 2022 SCULPTURE About the Artist! Dan has been creating professional sand sculptures across the continent and around the globe for 29 years. He says he is honored to have learned from many pioneers of the art form, and now to have the privilege of collaborating with a family of many of the best new, talented sand sculptors on the planet. ​ Honored indeed. He is among the world’s most awarded sand artists. “Sand sculpture is a test—it can flow like a dance, or feel like a wrestling match. It is an exhilarating, physical, and creative endeavor; a wonderful process and an awe-inspiring product; a means of calm focus, and a cause of frustration. Remember— no magic, no tricks— just effort and desire.” ​ Dan is also an accomplished landscape architect and urban planner (degreed from Kansas State University) and is a founding partner in a microbrewery in Wentzville, MO. Carving sand. Brewing beer. Enjoying good friends. What else is there? Dan Belcher - Sculptor Sculpting Since: 1990 Location: St. Louis, MO, USA Notable accomplishments: 2016 Grand Prize doubles, Revere Beach Sand Festival, Revere Beach, MA 2nd Prize doubles, Neptune Festival, Virginia Beach, VA 2015 3rd Prize World Masters Class, U.S. Sand Sculpting Challenge, San Diego, CA 17 world championships Past Sculptures

  • LUSP | GCC

    Light Up St. Peters Nightly from 5-11pm Dec 1 to 31st Tune in to 90.1 on your FM dial. This beloved holiday tradition is our gift to the community! Invite your family and friends and enjoy this fantastic light show set to Christmas tunes from the comfort of your car. You’ll want to add Light Up St. Peters to your list of ’must-do’ holiday activities this year. Try one of these popular Light Up St. Peters traditions... The Pajama Run 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 (Just 3 easy steps) 1. Kids in their pj's 2. Hot chocolate 3. Tune in to 90.1 FM, turn up the volume Once Just Isn't Enough 🤗​ Who says you can only enjoy Light Up St. Peters once each season? There's so much to see and hear, you can't possibly catch it all the first time! So watch, listen, REPEAT! From Near and Far 🧳 Show your out-of-town guests how we do Christmas in St. Peters. Don't let them leave without stopping by to 'listen to the lights'! Dinner and a Show 😘​ For a fun (and cheap!) date night, pack a dinner or stop by a drive-through and get in the Christmas spirit with your sweetheart. (Hold the onions!) Dance Party 🎵​ While most prefer to stay in their warm, cozy vehicle, that lively music just makes some of us wanna' roll down the windows, crank the volume, and have a 'dance-off' in the parking lot! So bring your dancin' shoes - just in case. ...or start your own!


    Casas Por Cristo Short-Term Opportunity Who: Families and individuals interested in construction and outreach activities with the local church. What: Develop a relationship with a local family while building them a home. Also we hope to engage in outreach with our church partner in Mexico. When: December 26, 2024 - December 31, 2024 Where: Acuna, Mexico (border town across from Del Rio, TX) Why: To provide a home for a family in need. To continue building relationships with our Casas por Cristo missionary partner and our host church and help them with spreading the gospel in Acuna. How much: $1,600/per person. ​ Casas Por Cristo Application


    Awana What is Awana? Awana is a ministry focused on providing Bible-based evangelism and discipleship for ages 3 through 12th grade . As the global leader in child and youth discipleship, Awana gives children the opportunity to know, love, and serve Jesus, no matter their background. Each week, your child will be challenged to memorize Scripture and spiritual truths. There’s also a great time of fun and games. Don’t miss this opportunity for your child to learn more about God’s Word! ​ Schedule: Thursday nights from 6:30PM - 8:30PM REGISTER FOR AWANA Awana Grand Prix February 2nd and 3rd "Rev up for a day of thrills and cheers at the Awana Grand Prix! Don't miss the high-octane fun and family-friendly competition that's sure to leave you on the edge of your seat. Get ready to cheer for your favorite racers at the Awana Grand Prix!" REGISTER DRIVERS Club Overview Cubbies 3 and 4 Year Olds Cubbies® celebrates the spiritual potential of preschoolers (3-4 year olds) by helping them develop respect for God, His Son and His Word. Participants must be 3 years old by July 31 of the current year and be fully toilet trained. Sparks K-2nd Grade Sparks® ignites the curiosity of early elementary-age kids to learn about the people and events of the Bible, building a foundation of wisdom for knowing Christ. ​Sparks is divided into three years, each with a unique rank: HangGlider®, WingRunner® and SkyStormer™. T&T 3rd-6th Grade T&T engages third-through sixth-graders by answering their questions about God and the Bible, guiding them through this pivotal life stage to grow in Christ’s grace. T&T is comprised of four different handbooks: ​ Grace in Action: Examine the character and nature of God, information about the Bible and who Jesus is, and a better understanding of grace. Evidence of Grace: Understand fundamental Christian beliefs, including the character and nature of God and the redemption narrative. Agents of Grace: Study the attributes of God, the importance of biblical theology and the seven “I AM” statements of Jesus Christ from the Gospel of John. Discovery of Grace: Discover the meaning of God’s grace and how it affects our lives by exploring attributes of God, why God gave us the Bible, Jesus’ death and resurrection, and the fruits of the Spirit in Galatians 5:22-23. Trek 7th and 8th Grade Trek has biblically rich content with practical application for students' lives, helping them to answer these three important questions: Who am I?, Why am I here?, and Who’s with me?. Trek students are eligible to compete in the Missouri Regionals competition held in January, if offered. Journey 9th and 12th Grade Journey establishes high school students as lifelong disciples through a deep study of God’s word, mobilizing them to live with godly perspective and evident faith. Journey students are eligible to compete in the Missouri Regionals competition held in January, if offered. Student Resources Leader Tutorials

  • Zumack | GCC

    Leroy and Deborah Zumack Greater Europe Mission (France) Phone: +1 800 436 4488 Website: Address: Greater Europe Mission PO Box 5224 Wheaton, Illinois 60189 Birthday: Leroy: January 27 Debbie: November 10 Mission Focus Our mission focus is a prison in St Omer. There I distribute Bibles in different languages, explain the Gospel in French and English, counsel pray and hold a monthly service. We also do follow-up of those that leave prison. We try to go to England or the Netherlands yearly to see ex-prisoners. My desire is to see the men become disciples not only converts. In our local church, I preach, and we lead a house group. Testimony Leroy's Testimony I heard the Gospel growing up in a Lutheran school and church. When I was 18, my parents divorced and this left me asking God, "Where are you?". I met Jesus in September, 1972, in a coffeehouse. My life was turned upside down. I sought to grow in my Christian life. I got involved with CRU. I witnessed to friends and as I neared graduation, I sought to be a missionary pilot. I did not have the skills to be a missionary mechanic so I instead went to Moody for a year and then seminary. I served at Hope Church from 1982-1985. We came to France and started in church planting. Since moving to Lille in 2004, I started prison work. Debbie's Testimony During my teenage years, I began wanting to know more about God. Our family attended church fairly regularly but faith was not explained as a personal relationship with Christ. So when I went off to university, one of the first things I did was buy myself a Bible. Then I became good friends and roommates with a young woman who was a new believer herself. As she explained her testimony to me, I realized that just believing God existed was not enough. I remember feeling like I was standing outside a room I had thought I was in, and what I wanted to do was open the door to that room and really enter in. A few years later as I sought further ways to serve the Lord, I met Leroy and together the Lord directed us to missions in France! Previous Lee Whitworth Biblical Ministries Worldwide Next Undisclosed Missionaries Various Missions Worldwide

  • K McEachron | GCC

    Kyle McEachron International Christian School of Budapest Ifjúság út 11 2049 Diósd, Hungary Phone: +36-20-348-1425 Links:​ Birthday: Kyle: July 5 Mission Focus I am currently serving as a secondary art and graphic design teacher at the International Christian School of Budapest in Diosd, Hungary, a Christ-centered school that acts as both an affordable school for missions families, locals, and internationals who seek an educational at an international English speaking school. Through fostering students’ love of art and design, I hope to serve the school, the families as well as continue building into the lives of the students God has placed here. I hope to be a part of the school’s vision to create a community of Christ followers, active thinkers, effective communicators, global citizens, and faithful stewards. I am also working to become involved in the community in whatever ways God opens the door for. Testimony I came to know Christ at a young age and grew up in the church, but my faith was largely centered around following the rules and avoiding all the don'ts rather than seeking opportunities to grow and be involved. My faith grew in the last few years of high school and in college thanks to godly leaders and influences in my life, but I still had my own idea for how I wanted my life to go and when those plans didn't pan out, I had to face a harsh reality check. God helped me through it by getting me involved in serving with the youth, studying the Bible through BSF, and getting involved with missions through short term trips to Hungary, reminding me that His plans are better than my own. Previous Eric & Rachel McEachron Unreached People Next Mark & Jodi Revell Field Worker Trainers

  • HELP | GCC

    VOLUNTEER Conference Volunteer Details Thank you for you interest in volunteering at the 2024 Together Marriage Conference. Please note that volunteer spots are for those who regularly attend Grace Community Chapel and will be accepted accordingly. ​ ​ Below are descriptions of the teams we will need help in. Please read through the descriptions and their time commitments. The times are general expectations but can change according to team manager’s discretion and need. If you feel like this is something you would like to commit to, please click on the volunteer button to let us know which teams you would prefer. IMPORTANT: Please do not register for the conference yet. After you submit the volunteer form, we will provide instructions about how to receive the volunteer discount when you register. Volunteering Opportunities: Security & Ushering Team (need 12-15 people): ​ Ensure the safety and efficient movement of people throughout the event. Team members will need to be hospitable in greeting all who enter, while being aware and vigilant as needs may occur such as (but not limited to): ​ All volunteers will be required to attend an orientation meeting the weekend prior to the event (more information to come). The following are expected times of involvement during the event: Friday: 5:30pm-7:10pm, 8:10pm-8:50pm, 9:55pm-10:30pm (times fluctuate in accordance with teaching time ) Saturday: 7:45am-9:10am, 10:25am-11:05am, 11:55am-12:30pm (times fluctuate in accordance with teaching time) Registration Team (need 2-3 people): THE REGISTRATION TEAM IS FULL. WE HOPE YOU'LL CONSIDER SERVING IN A DIFFERENT CAPACITY AT THE CONFERENCE. Assist in setup of registration space. Help arriving patrons with check-in process and answer questions on each day of the event. All volunteers will be required to attend an orientation meeting the weekend prior to the event (more information to come). The following are expected times of involvement during the event: Friday: 5:30pm-7:10pm Saturday: 7:45am-9:10am Catering/Hospitality Team (need 5-7 people): THE CATERING/HOSPITALITY TEAM IS FULL. WE HOPE YOU'LL CONSIDER SERVING IN A DIFFERENT CAPACITY AT THE CONFERENCE. ​ Assist in creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere where people can congregate during pre-conference times and break times. Team members will help decorate/set up Hope Hall and set food up according to team manager’s instructions. All volunteers will be required to attend an orientation meeting the weekend prior to the event (more information to come). ​ The following are expected times of involvement during the event: Pre-conference: TBD for set-up Friday: 5:00pm-7:00pm, 8:10pm-8:50pm Saturday: 7:45am-9:10am, 10:25am-11:05am, 12:00pm-12:30pm (tear down) REGISTER TO VOLUNTEER Have Questions? If you have questions about the volunteer opportunities, click the button below. CONTACT US


    Counseling Professional Counseling Mark Stevens, LPC Grace Community Chapel offers confidential professional counseling to its regular attendees. Mark Stevens (LPC) is available by appointment and is proficient in the areas of marriage, depressed moods, anxiety, anger, parenting, stress, and addictions. Referrals can also be made through this ministry for emotional issues beyond the scope of Mark's expertise. If you have questions or would like to schedule a counseling session, use the form below. Subsidized fee arrangements are offered to regular attendees of GCC. If you would like to make an online payment for counseling services, use this button. MAKE A PAYMENT Request an Appointment or ask a question. Name Email Phone Message Submit Biblical Counseling Anthony Ochoa Biblical Counseling Who is it For? Biblical counseling* is available for youth, adult men, or married couples. Youth counseling will be done with another person in the room (who will be held to confidentiality standards) for accountability purposes. What to Expect Biblical Counseling is counseling that is directly centered and focused on the Bible to deal with the issues of life. Its focus is discipleship and heart change as developed through obedience to and understanding better God’s word. Ultimately, the goal is to help you respond to your life circumstances in a way that will please God. The underlying assumption is that God’s word truly is sufficient for life and godliness. Biblical counseling is meant to teach you to live a godly life in response to any life circumstances you may be going through. Everything will be held in strict confidence, except where, in the counselor’s judgment, there is a biblical and/or legal requirement to involve others (e.g. criminal activity). Counseling can be for grief, sexual sin, addictions, marital problems, depression, etc. *Counselor is not licensed or certified as a psychotherapist, psychologist, psychiatrist, mental health professional, marriage and family therapist, or social worker, and is not acting in such capacities. REGISTER FOR BIBLICAL COUNSELING

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