Hear Dr. Bob Vallier – Sunday November 26

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Hear Dr. Bob Vallier, Sunday, November 26, speak on financial principles from a biblical perspective.  

Sign up through the church office to receive personal and confidential financial counseling with Dr. Vallier at no cost.

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“So Much For Which To Be Thankful!”

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This month:

  • GPBC celebrated 35 Years of Ministry of “making a difference!”
  • Pastor Greg and Tina Adams Celebrated the 28th Anniversary of the NWYC!
  • Twenty-five needy families will receive Thanksgiving Baskets this Sunday!
  • Is our annual Thanksgiving Eve Service/ Pie Fellowship Tues. Nov 25 at 7pm
  • We have the privilege of giving a Thanksgiving Offering to our missionaries, Glenn and Deborah Hohmann to go toward the purchase of a van for their work on the Yakima Indian Reservation!

 As GPBC approaches this Thanksgiving we have so much for which to be thankful, but none more than the grace and goodness that God has bestowed upon us as a church family!

 It is my prayer that all reading this will enjoy a safe, blessed, and Christ honoring Thanksgiving!

Praise ye the LORD. O give thanks unto the LORD; for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever.  Psalms 106:1


Lord willing, we hope that we will see you on Sunday!

Pastor Rick Adams

God bless!


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Veteran Missionary Bob Dayton – This Sunday, November 12

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Missionary Bob Dayton

Dr. Bob Dayton, veteran missionary in Nicaragua, and founder of the Nicaraguan Bible Institute, will be our special guest this Sunday, November 12 at GPBC!

At the very beginning of GPBC, it was in our heart to focus on missions, and Bro. Dayton became the very first missionary we began to support through our church missions program.  Now, as we celebrate 35 years of ministry, Bro. Dayton is still ministering as a missionary throughout Central America.  

Please join us to hear this man of God and veteran missionary as he shares his passion for getting the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the people of Nicaragua and throughout Central America.

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Turtle on a Fence Post – 35 Years of Reflection at GPBC

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I heard once that if you ever see a turtle on a fence post you know one thing for sure; it did not get there by itself! I can testify that is not only true about turtles, it is also true about pastors!  After 35 years of ministry here at GPBC, I know all that I have been able to accomplish is the direct result of the scores of people that have helped, invested, and believed in me!  Of course, I could have done nothing without God’s enabling call and power to serve Him in the ministry! 1 Thess. 5:24

Second only to the Lord has been my faithful godly wife, Regina! She is truly “my crown” and still my “best friend!”  Prov. 12:4 Next to her are our four grown children and their families! What a blessing and encouragement they have been to me through the years! I could not be more proud of them!

Of course, my Pastoral Staff and Deacons have been invaluable to me as we have labored together for these many years here at GPBC! Without a doubt, all that we have accomplished together has happened because of their “servant’s heart” and loyal confidence in me. The list of the faithful people and families of GPBC is endless! The host of pastors, missionaries and friends such as yourself have also proven invaluable to me! When all is said and done, I understand that this is not my celebration, this is our celebration! The next time you look over and see this turtle on a fence post, you can be sure that I give the credit to all of you and the glory to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!

Thank you and God bless!

Pastor Rick Adams

Pastor Rick Adams,


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