25 Reasons Why Jesus Came
Teri Rash

Coach Johnny Bracewell, a familiar face to GCA students and their families, shared this compelling post just in time for the Christmas season. After a study a few years ago, and partially inspired by John Piper's book, "Fifty Reasons Why Jesus Came to Die", Coach Bracewell compiled this powerful piece that will help you stay centered on the birth of Jesus and understand how His presence can change eternity for those who believe.

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Celebrating A Job Well Done
Teri Rash, Director of Marketing & Communications

If you've ever heard the term, "Math Heaven" or "Student Utopia", then you've probably been a student (or had a student) in one of Mr. Scott Firebaugh's math classes at GCA.  The year 2019-20 marked the end of Mr. Firebaugh's 45th year of teaching, the last 14 at Grace Christian Academy.  

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Distance Learning:  Reflections from a GCA Middle School Instructor
Teri Rash

Distance learning at Grace Christian Academy has required a sudden shift in thinking, along with ingenuity, creativity, and flexibility on the part of staff, students, and families.  Several of our teachers have shared how the distance learning experience has touched their lives just a few days into the experience...

Enjoy hearing from GCA MS teacher, Mrs. Jill Schwahn, as she reflects on this unexpected season as an educator!

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Finding Joy in the Ordinary
Teri Rash

One of GCA's longtime vendors has had employees stationed in Cookeville, Tennessee completing work on a project.  The company owners, who are former GCA parents and GBC members, received a compelling text from the project foreman who experienced the devastating tornado that recently struck the area and witnessed the unbelievable destruction.

Even as the storm began to subside, he and a teammate spent the rest of the night going door to door assisting people in need.  When they returned to the area of destruction the next day, he was so deeply moved that he sent the following text to his boss back in Knoxville.  Those who have read his reflections have been touched and inspired by his words.  

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