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Big Valley Grace Community Church
4040 D Tully Road
Big Valley Christian School (BVCS), under the sponsorship of Big Valley Grace Community Church (BVGCC), was established in the late 1970s as a nondenominational ministry to the community. Currently, BVCS serves over 900 students in the greater Modesto are
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Senior pastors Rick ...
Senior pastors Rick Countryman of Big Valley Grace Community Church and Glen Berteau of The House are spearheading the evening, which will include farmers and people from all denominations.
Pastor Rick Countryman ...
Pastor Rick Countryman gathered the coaches, team members from both teams to pray.
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The packed grandstand hushed as it listened to Rick Countryman, senior pastor of Big Valley Grace Church and one of Shimels longtime friends.
waved Shimels Bible, decorated with football laces, which he
always carried with him on game night.
also dedicated a trophy, the Larry Shimel Champion for Christ Award, to be awarded annually to a BVC student.
Rick Countryman-Rick ...
Rick Countryman-Rick Countryman has been on staff at Big Valley Grace Community Church in Modesto, CA for over 27 years, where he now serves as Senior Pastor.
He and his wife, Erin, have three children; Megan is 20, Gracie is 12, and Cade is 9.
When Rick Countryman started ...
When Rick Countryman started going to Big Valley Grace more than 30 years ago, the small church offered a single weekly service.
On Sunday, Countryman, now Big Valley's senior pastor, oversaw a single service again.
"I'm glad you're all here," Countryman
audience, thanking those who worked Saturday to put together the stage.
"You're not sitting where you normally sit," Countryman
invited attendees to turn and greet each other, and to stomp their feet in the stands to show their enthusiasm.
In both cases, said Big Valley ...
In both cases, said Big Valley senior pastor Rick Countryman, "people called and asked us if they could use our facility.
We said, 'Absolutely.
Our facilities are open to you.' We will do anything they need us to do to be a blessing to the families and to the community."
said each service will feature its own speakers.
staff and volunteers will help with things such as lighting, sound and coordinating a reception after each service, Countryman