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Welcome To GLCC

As a Christian academic community, GLCC's task is to educate students for preaching and other ministry roles as well as for careers related to the church or other institutions in the public sector. In all instances, preparing students to be servant-leaders is central to the College's founding character, history, curriculum, and campus ethos.

Great Lakes basketball recently signed Lance Adams, from Rochester College, to play for this up coming year. Lance played his high school ball at the International Academy in Flint, Michigan.  He is the son of Tawanna Adams and grandson of Brenda Adams and Fred Allen. In his free time, Lance likes to draw, hang out

Read Article > 4/20/16

The Great Lakes Men’s Basketball team signed two players recently for this upcoming 2016-17 season. James White from Kalamazoo Valley Community College and Preston Brooks from Spring Arbor University, have now made it official on suiting up for The Lakes this coming winter. James hails from Portage Northern High School, where he played basketball. James

Read Article > 4/20/16

GLCC made another strong showing at the Stone-Campbell Journal conference in Knoxville, TN, this year. This conference is, perhaps, THE academic think tank of the Restoration Movement. Scholars, ministers, and leading students of all three branches of the Stone-Campbell tradition attend. A group of 9 GLCC students and faculty attended this year. They met up

Read Article > 4/13/16

The Great Lakes Men’s Basketball team signed two players recently for this upcoming 2016-17 season. James White from Kalamazoo Valley Community College and Preston Brooks from Spring Arbor University, will be suiting up for The Lakes this coming season! James hails from Portage Northern High School, where he played basketball. James is the son of

Read Article > 4/12/16

My journey to Great Lakes began as a junior in High School at a CIY Move event. It was there that I felt God calling me to ministry. From that point on I knew that ministry was what I wanted to do, so I looked at the people in my life who were doing ministry

Read Article > 2/28/16

I grew up in a non-Christian home. After several years at the University of Arizona I moved to the Midwest to figure out my life. Shortly after this move I gave my life to Christ and decided to attend Great Lakes Christian College. Since graduating I have been in local church ministry for 24 years.

Read Article > 2/28/16

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