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On our GIS News page, we post the latest news and updates on what is happening at GIS. Here, you will also find our monthly Grace in Action newsletter about stories of God at work in and throughout the GIS community.

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Middle School Update podcast cover

Podcast | Will the middle school launch in August?!

Big changes are coming to GIS next year. For the first time in our 24-year history… we will have a middle school! If you’ve been on campus lately you’ve seen the big new beautiful building …

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How has God Been at Work in and through the Grace Community in 22-23?

God never stops working, and you will be encouraged and inspired by what he has been doing in and through our community when you read the Grace in Action 22-23 Booklet. The annual Grace in Action …

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Saying "see you soon" to Mitch and Sarah Gerig podcast cover

Podcast | Saying “see you soon” to Mitch and Sarah Gerig

Saying “See you soon” to Mitch and Sarah Gerig. If you’ve ever lived and served in Chiang Mai, Thailand, or in the Grace Community…. you know there is just something so unique and special about …

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Amy Blair with 5th grade students

Beloved Northern Thai Speaking American has Served in Chiang Mai for 20 Years!

Twenty years ministering in a foreign country is a huge accomplishment. Amy Blair came to Thailand to serve at GIS twenty years ago when God clearly took her off the path of teaching literacy in …

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Helping the Vulnerable

Did you know that Thailand is among the countries with the highest number of stateless people in the world? There are over half a million stateless people in Thailand who, because of their status, receive …

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Senior Spotlight with Tory Wang and Marin Mowad podcast cover

Podcast | Senior Spotlight with Tory Wang and Marin Mowad

One of the really fun things about working at a school is seeing kids grow up from the elementary years all the way to adulthood as they reach the end of their senior year. But one …

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