GCS News

GCS News

The latest news and posts from around Grace Community School.
Jay Blogs – Grown in Gratefulness

Jay Blogs – Grown in Gratefulness

I was reading an article in the May 4th edition of the Wall Street Journal entitled, “A Surprising Way to Stay Resilient.” In the article, Elizabeth Bernstein shared that one miracle technique, more than any other, fortified the “psychological immune system,” a...

GCS placed 2nd in TAPPS Documentary Category

GCS placed 2nd in TAPPS Documentary Category

GCS students placed 2nd in TAPPS Documentary Category for "Moby Dick the Musical the Documentary." The documentary was directed and edited by Aaron Caskey, Alexis Evans, Aidan Stinson, and Drew Roark. This 2020 TAPPS Documentary Submission was a two-year effort in...

2020 Summer Camps

2020 Summer Camps

Grace Community School is hosting summer camps as planned, in compliance with all local and state guidelines. We are preparing contingency plans for a full slate of camps should regulations force us to limit our number of camp participants. We also have contingency...

Jay Blogs – Revisiting Gratefulness

Jay Blogs – Revisiting Gratefulness

I’m going to share a very personal story, which I try not to do very often. I don’t want to be an “overshare” guy, because I always wanted my blog to honor and glorify Jesus, and not be an outlet for narcissism.  I’m telling this story because I think it accomplishes...

Jay Blogs – Revealing Who We Are

Jay Blogs – Revealing Who We Are

As we near the end of this remarkable school year, hopefully also nearing the end of this COVID-enforced quarantine, we all have the opportunity (if we’ll take it) to reflect on what has happened to us, and what God has done through us. Much has been said already...

Jay Blogs – Wounded and Well

Jay Blogs – Wounded and Well

I’ve been a Christian for over 40 years, and every year as I reflect on Easter and the Resurrection, God is faithful to reveal to me some new nuance, some unopened treasure about this most important event in human history. He’s so good that way. This year, I was...