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GC Alumnus Honored with Word Guild Award

GC Alumnus Honored with Word Guild Award

July 23, 2014

The Word Guild recently recognized Greenville College alumnus Rev. Donald N. Bastian ’53 for his most recent book, The Pastor's First Love: And Other Essays on a High and Holy Calling.
He Says, She Says, The Gospel Says

He Says, She Says, The Gospel Says

July 18, 2014

Assistant Professor of Religion, Ben Wayman explores Biblical influences on historical efforts toward winning equality for woman in society and the church through the work of 19th century churchman B.T. Roberts and woman's right activist Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
Three Thousand Miles

Three Thousand Miles

July 15, 2014

Overcoming some frightening memories, Deeanna (Roberts '79) hops back on the road checking one of her biking routes off of her "bucket list".
Tracy Cromer Joins Greenville as Head Softball Coach

Tracy Cromer Joins Greenville as Head Softball Coach

July 14, 2014

The Greenville College Athletic Department has announced the hiring of Tracy Cromer as its newest head softball coach. Cromer comes from Manchester College in Indiana where she has served as head softball coach for six years. Prior to Manchester, she was head softball coach for five years at the University of Northwestern in St. Paul, Minn.
Ackerman Assumes Additional Role as Head Men's Volleyball Coach

Ackerman Assumes Additional Role as Head Men's Volleyball Coach

July 11, 2014

After conducting a search, Greenville College has announced that head women's volleyball coach Tom Ackerman will jointly serve as head women's volleyball coach and the first head men's volleyball coach in Greenville College history.
Christianity Today Features Guest Post by GC Alumnus Aaron Cobb

Christianity Today Features Guest Post by GC Alumnus Aaron Cobb

July 11, 2014

Aaron Cobb ’01, featured recently in The RECORD as author of the newly released book Loving Samuel, also appeared this week as a guest writer for Christianity Today’s “Thin Places” blog.
NORTH!

NORTH!

July 09, 2014

With the desire to serve in the Alaska Territory, schoolteacher Anna Bortel '47 moved to Valdez, Alaska to teach and assist with planting a church.
Football Game Day Visits

Football Game Day Visits

July 09, 2014

Coach Schomaker and the Panther football staff are excited to announce two game day visits for this upcoming fall. The visit dates are on Saturday 9/20 and 10/25.
Enduring Lessons From The Outback

Enduring Lessons From The Outback

July 03, 2014

Greg Groves 1980 has led nearly 40 adventures that challenge youth through backpacking, biking, canoeing and more. While serving on the pastoral staff at the Greenville Free Methodist Church, he also holds a master’s of divinity degree from Asbury Theological Seminary and trains others, including GC students, in youth ministry.
A Novel Retirement, A Life of Adventure

A Novel Retirement, A Life of Adventure

July 01, 2014

Since his retirement in 2003, Mel Starr ’64 has seen so much adventure, it’s a wonder he can catch his breath from one harrowing experience to the next. Starr shares lessons in persistence and patience that have helped him launch his second career as an author.
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