The Leadership of Elders
The elders, also called pastors in the New Testament, are to lead the church by teaching and shepherding the congregation. Leaders bear a burden of giving account to God, while the congregation bears the burden of recognizing and submitting to the biblical authority of the pastors/elders.
Teaching Pastor, Elder
Pastor Adam Godshall grew up in Bucks County, PA and graduated from college in 1994 with a degree in Bible. He went on to complete the degree of Master of Divinity in 1999. Adam has served in various ministry capacities including: assistant pastor working with youth and administration, program director for a Christian camp, and volunteer service in the growing years of a church-planting effort.
In January of 2001, Adam married Kari Williams. Kari serves the church as a pianist, but serves most uniquely and importantly as the wife of Adam. God has blessed their family with five daughters and a son – Jill, Claire, Greta, Kate, Jenna and Evan.
The goal of Adam's ministry is to utilize Bible preaching to bring about Biblical thinking for godly living.
Dennis and Laura are parents to five children and joined us as charter members in 2006.
Clark and Dawn have seven children and united with our church in February of 2008.
The service of deacons
The word “deacon” means servant, reminding us that the church is to be served by deacons. While all Christians are called to serve one another, the role of deacon is a key serving role filled by qualified men. To be a deacon is to humbly accept the lofty privilege of lowly service.
Logan and his wife, Jan, are charter members of Grace Bible Church.
Bill and his wife Lynette have been faithfully serving the church since the beginning.