Annville Institute/Grace Covenant Ministries – January 2018

Annville Institute/Grace Covenant Ministries

PO Box 340

Annville, Kentucky 40402

January 24, 2018

Dear Prayer Warriors:

As we enter 2018 we are reminded of our many partners who have blessed us and make our efforts possible.  Your prayer support is especially treasured.

We have just concluded our first youth basketball session and next month our second session will start.  In the fall of 2017 we had our first baseball/softball youth leagues and had over 60 participants.  Last year we also started the Samson Project where we help local youths with strengthening and improving their agility.  During this time, we reminded the participants of the story of Samson and that his greatest strength came when he was closest to God.  We are planning to continue these two programs in 2018.  We are now in the grant writing stage of seeking funds to add an educational drug fighting component to our program.

The completion of the gym addition project is very close.  I realize that I have been writing that the finish line was close for quite some time.  But now we are preparing for the final inspections.  This has taken longer than I expected, which is making the completion more satisfying.  With this phase completed, we plan to start this spring with the conversion of the old bathrooms under the stage into a physical fitness center.  The Lincoln Hall rehabilitation project continues as well.  It is our prayer that the campus will continue to be a place where God’s presence can be felt to the many who come thru the campus gates.  Thanks again for your partnership with us.




Jacob “Jake” L. Moss

Development Director

Grace Covenant Ministries, November 2017


We hope you will have a blessed Thanksgiving. You are included as one of the blessings for which we thank God.

Attached is this year’s edition of the “Echoes from the Hills”. Many of you will be receiving this soon in your postal mail boxes. If you cannot open the pdf attachment, let me know and I will send you a copy in another format or thru the postal system.

A couple of additional items:

Please remember Tommy Miracle (our Director of Campus Operations) and his family in your prayers. His mother, Eva Miracle, passed away on November 13.

Last month we stated that we were seeking an additional $5,000.00 in funds to cover some unbudgeted expenses (such as having to replace fire alarm systems. A supporter has come forward with a challenge stating that they would match any new or additional gifts we receive before Dec. 31 up to $2,500.00. We have received a couple of “additional” gifts already. If you can help us it will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for sharing this Prayer Warrior with others. If you know of someone who would like to receive this email please let us know. If you want to be removed from our mailing list please contact us.

Jacob “Jake” L. Moss
Development Director, Annville Institute/Grace Covenant Ministries
Cell Phone 606-438-4719

Merry Christmas from Jackson County Missions!

Merry Christmas

From Annville Institute/Grace Covenant Ministries

December 18, 2016

Dear Prayer Warrior,

Sharon and I want to thank you for all your prayers as we made a couple of trips to Iowa as we said our goodbyes to my mother.  She is now rejoicing in heaven and worshiping at the feet of Jesus.  In the midst of our sorrow we also want to celebrate the victory over death.  As we enter into the Christmas season we want to share that message of victory with others.  Again we thank you for your prayers, words of encouragement and financial support.  May 2017 be a year full of blessings for you and yours.

Prayer Warrior – JCM November Update

Prayer Warrior Newsletter – Nov 2016

We have much to be thankful for as we prepare for Thanksgiving.  It is our prayer that each of you will have a blessed Thanksgiving celebration.  Thanks again for being a blessing to us.

Sharon and I plan to travel to Iowa for the Thanksgiving week to spend time with family and to visit with my mother who is under hospice care.  Your prayers for her, (Harriet Moss), as she struggles with the effects of cancer are greatly appreciated.