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Support the Kempiaks Through Grace Bible Church

Jacob Hantla June 20, 2017

The Lord has taken Jon Kempiak home as he suddenly and unexpectedly passed away while in California. As we come alongside to support Kymberly and family, Grace Bible Church has created a line item in the budget to help Kymberly with expenses. You can give money to Grace Bible Church with a recommendation in the line item simply saying: Kempiak and 100% will go to Kymberly’s expenses. There are other crowdfunding options out there to support them, but those all take a significant percentage to cover expenses and fees.

Kymberly is with family in California and is waiting for Jon’s body to be released. Our body has done an incredible job in supporting so many through significant trials recently. I know Kymberly is hearing from many and is amazed at all the people praying and helping. Please continue to excel in this as we trust God together as a body through another unexpected season of trial. As I recently said in my communion meditation on Hebrews 12:1-3, “Trials aren’t a hindrance to the race of faith; they are the track on which we run this race.” Jon’s race is done, finished well; we continue to run the race He set before us with our gaze on our trustworthy and sovereign King.

You can give online at through our giving portal by selection the designation Benevolence -Kempiak (note that credit card fees are subtracted by the processor, see note on giving page. You can also give by sending a check or personally delivering it to the church office. Please be aware of our disclosure regarding tax-deductible charitable giving to Grace Bible Church, “Donors are able to indicate a designation indicating a preference for how contributed funds will be allocated (i.e. general fund, missions, building fund, benevolence, etc). However, Grace Bible Church (GBC) has exclusive control and discretion as to the use of all contributions and GBC is not bound to honor the recommendations of the donors nor will donors be able to recover a contribution because GBC failed to honor the donor’s designation. If you have any questions about this please speak with an elder.”