Grace Poe (President)
Senator of the Philippines
(June 30, 2013 – present)
Chairperson of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board
(October 10, 2010 – October 2, 2012)

The 2016 presidential campaign of Grace Poe was announced at the Bahay ng Alumni at her alma mater, the University of the Philippines Diliman , Quezon City on September 16, 2015. Grace Poe is a Senator of the Philippines since June 30, 2013, the former MTRCB Chairperson and adopted daughter of popular Filipino actor and 2004 presidential candidate Fernando Poe, Jr.

On December 23, 2015, the COMELEC en banc formally disqualified Poe from running as president in the 2016 elections for failing to meet the 10-year residency requirement. [3] [4]

Grace Poe (President)
Senator of the Philippines
(June 30, 2013 – present)
Chairperson of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board
(October 10, 2010 – October 2, 2012)

The 2016 presidential campaign of Grace Poe was announced at the Bahay ng Alumni at her alma mater, the University of the Philippines Diliman , Quezon City on September 16, 2015. Grace Poe is a Senator of the Philippines since June 30, 2013, the former MTRCB Chairperson and adopted daughter of popular Filipino actor and 2004 presidential candidate Fernando Poe, Jr.

On December 23, 2015, the COMELEC en banc formally disqualified Poe from running as president in the 2016 elections for failing to meet the 10-year residency requirement. [3] [4]

Dr. William J. (Bill) Katip is president of Grace College & Seminary in Winona Lake, Indiana. Katip holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Michigan State University, an M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Purdue University and a B.A. in Psychology and Bible from Grace College. Bill celebrated 42 years of marriage to Debbie Cahill Katip this year. Bill and Debbie are parents to four adult children and one grandson.

Bill Katip began his career as an instructor and counselor at Grace College, later transitioning to administration. He went on to serve as Associate Dean of Students at Grace and then Dean of Students at Cornerstone University. From there, he was Academic Dean at Western Baptist College and then Vice President for Enrollment Management at Geneva College. Katip served for 10 years as the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs at Robert Morris University of Pittsburgh before moving back to Indiana in 2007 to become Provost at Grace College. In May of 2013, Katip became the sixth president of Grace College & Seminary.

During Bill’s time at Grace, three new dorms have been built to accommodate the growing student population; a commuter site in Indianapolis has opened and is thriving; a new soccer stadium and a first-ever track and field complex at Grace College have been constructed and plans to break ground on the new Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex are underway for spring of 2017.

Grace Poe (President)
Senator of the Philippines
(June 30, 2013 – present)
Chairperson of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board
(October 10, 2010 – October 2, 2012)

The 2016 presidential campaign of Grace Poe was announced at the Bahay ng Alumni at her alma mater, the University of the Philippines Diliman , Quezon City on September 16, 2015. Grace Poe is a Senator of the Philippines since June 30, 2013, the former MTRCB Chairperson and adopted daughter of popular Filipino actor and 2004 presidential candidate Fernando Poe, Jr.

On December 23, 2015, the COMELEC en banc formally disqualified Poe from running as president in the 2016 elections for failing to meet the 10-year residency requirement. [3] [4]

Dr. William J. (Bill) Katip is president of Grace College & Seminary in Winona Lake, Indiana. Katip holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Michigan State University, an M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Purdue University and a B.A. in Psychology and Bible from Grace College. Bill celebrated 42 years of marriage to Debbie Cahill Katip this year. Bill and Debbie are parents to four adult children and one grandson.

Bill Katip began his career as an instructor and counselor at Grace College, later transitioning to administration. He went on to serve as Associate Dean of Students at Grace and then Dean of Students at Cornerstone University. From there, he was Academic Dean at Western Baptist College and then Vice President for Enrollment Management at Geneva College. Katip served for 10 years as the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs at Robert Morris University of Pittsburgh before moving back to Indiana in 2007 to become Provost at Grace College. In May of 2013, Katip became the sixth president of Grace College & Seminary.

During Bill’s time at Grace, three new dorms have been built to accommodate the growing student population; a commuter site in Indianapolis has opened and is thriving; a new soccer stadium and a first-ever track and field complex at Grace College have been constructed and plans to break ground on the new Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex are underway for spring of 2017.

Grace Brewster Murray Hopper (1906-1992) was a computer pioneer and naval officer. She earned a master’s degree (1930) and a Ph.D. (1934) in mathematics from Yale. Hopper is best known for her trailblazing contributions to computer programming, software development, and the design and implementation of programming languages. A maverick and an innovator, she enjoyed long and influential careers in the U.S. Navy and the computer industry.  

The daughter of Walter Fletcher Murray (Yale B.A. 1894, Phi Beta Kappa) and Mary Campbell Van Horne, Grace Brewster Murray was born in 1906 in New York City. Her father owned an insurance company. In 1928, she graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Vassar College with degrees in mathematics and physics. After receiving her master’s degree in mathematics from Yale, Hopper began teaching mathematics at Vassar while pursuing her doctorate. She completed her Ph.D. in mathematics from Yale in 1934. During a one-year sabbatical from Vassar, Hopper studied with the famous mathematician Richard Courant at New York University.

After the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the United States’ entry into World War II, Hopper decided to join the war effort. She was initially rejected because of her age and diminutive size, but she persisted and eventually received a waiver to join the U.S. Naval Reserve (Women’s Reserve). In December 1943, she took a leave of absence from Vassar, where she was an associate professor, and completed sixty days of intensive training at the Midshipmen’s School for Women at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts.

Grace Poe (President)
Senator of the Philippines
(June 30, 2013 – present)
Chairperson of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board
(October 10, 2010 – October 2, 2012)

The 2016 presidential campaign of Grace Poe was announced at the Bahay ng Alumni at her alma mater, the University of the Philippines Diliman , Quezon City on September 16, 2015. Grace Poe is a Senator of the Philippines since June 30, 2013, the former MTRCB Chairperson and adopted daughter of popular Filipino actor and 2004 presidential candidate Fernando Poe, Jr.

On December 23, 2015, the COMELEC en banc formally disqualified Poe from running as president in the 2016 elections for failing to meet the 10-year residency requirement. [3] [4]

Dr. William J. (Bill) Katip is president of Grace College & Seminary in Winona Lake, Indiana. Katip holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Michigan State University, an M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Purdue University and a B.A. in Psychology and Bible from Grace College. Bill celebrated 42 years of marriage to Debbie Cahill Katip this year. Bill and Debbie are parents to four adult children and one grandson.

Bill Katip began his career as an instructor and counselor at Grace College, later transitioning to administration. He went on to serve as Associate Dean of Students at Grace and then Dean of Students at Cornerstone University. From there, he was Academic Dean at Western Baptist College and then Vice President for Enrollment Management at Geneva College. Katip served for 10 years as the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs at Robert Morris University of Pittsburgh before moving back to Indiana in 2007 to become Provost at Grace College. In May of 2013, Katip became the sixth president of Grace College & Seminary.

During Bill’s time at Grace, three new dorms have been built to accommodate the growing student population; a commuter site in Indianapolis has opened and is thriving; a new soccer stadium and a first-ever track and field complex at Grace College have been constructed and plans to break ground on the new Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex are underway for spring of 2017.

Grace Brewster Murray Hopper (1906-1992) was a computer pioneer and naval officer. She earned a master’s degree (1930) and a Ph.D. (1934) in mathematics from Yale. Hopper is best known for her trailblazing contributions to computer programming, software development, and the design and implementation of programming languages. A maverick and an innovator, she enjoyed long and influential careers in the U.S. Navy and the computer industry.  

The daughter of Walter Fletcher Murray (Yale B.A. 1894, Phi Beta Kappa) and Mary Campbell Van Horne, Grace Brewster Murray was born in 1906 in New York City. Her father owned an insurance company. In 1928, she graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Vassar College with degrees in mathematics and physics. After receiving her master’s degree in mathematics from Yale, Hopper began teaching mathematics at Vassar while pursuing her doctorate. She completed her Ph.D. in mathematics from Yale in 1934. During a one-year sabbatical from Vassar, Hopper studied with the famous mathematician Richard Courant at New York University.

After the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the United States’ entry into World War II, Hopper decided to join the war effort. She was initially rejected because of her age and diminutive size, but she persisted and eventually received a waiver to join the U.S. Naval Reserve (Women’s Reserve). In December 1943, she took a leave of absence from Vassar, where she was an associate professor, and completed sixty days of intensive training at the Midshipmen’s School for Women at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts.

The Grace Bible College faculty, staff, and students are committed to being a growing community. By that we mean that each of us, starting with the president, realizes that we are still in process. We are not all that God designed and purposed us to be, nor are we content with that condition. Through competent instructors committed to academic excellence, and staff and administration committed to serving and growing, we believe Grace Bible College can be used by God to change your life!

I would conclude from the above Scripture that Jesus Christ is to be the center of life, speech, values, service, education and social relationships. The world we live in and its present crises are evidence of what happens when education and life are no longer Christ-centered. There is no value-free education, it is all taught from a particular worldview.

I believe it is vital for our young men and women to be educated from a Christian worldview that prepares them for their careers, vocations, or further education with God’s values and purposes in view.

Grace for President: Kelly DiPucchio, LeUyen Pham.


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