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Grace Brethren Investment Foundation Changing Name to Grace Financial

June 20th, 2022

Winona Lake, IN — Grace Brethren Investment Foundation, Inc., headquartered in Winona Lake, Indiana, will be changing its name to Grace Financial, effective July 1, 2022. According to leadership, the simplified name brings together the organization’s rich history, its deep connection with the Charis Fellowship, ministries, investors, and vision for the future.

“Our new name, Grace Financial, demonstrates our desire to continually grow to meet the needs of our constituency and churches,” commented Ryan Bowell, President & CEO, Grace Brethren Investment Foundation. “How we serve will not change; we will continue to provide competitive investments and loans to help our churches and investors be good stewards and advance ministry efforts.”

For more than 60 years, Grace Brethren Investment Foundation, Inc. has enabled individuals who support the ministry objectives of Charis Fellowship to invest funds at a competitive rate of interest. These investments provide a source of mortgage financing for churches, schools, and other organizations affiliated with the Charis Fellowship. Grace Financial is a long-standing member in good standing with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) and subscribes to its standards for financial integrity.





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