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meet corinne gunter

corinne gunter | email: corinnegunter@gmail.com or corinneg@gracechurch.us
learner • leader • writer • speaker • pastor

corinne is passionate about helping others create space to connect with God and experience His hand at work in and through them.

An explorer by nature, she loves investigating the journey of knowing and following God personally and as she writes, speaks and leads -- and most importantly lives her life.

Corinne has been at Grace for 15 years where she currently serves as an Associate Pastor in Adult Ministries leading a thriving ministry with women. She has contributed on strategic leadership teams helping to develop the Way of Discipleship, Way of Leadership, and Covenant Community.  Currently, she is working to further develop a Grace Church partnership with ALARM, a peace and reconciliation, leadership and community transformation ministry serving in eight east and central African countries.  She recently traveled to Rwanda to help facilitate a leadership conference serving community leaders, government officials, school leadership, micro-finance loan participants, pastors and business owners. 

Before joining Grace, she was a partner and senior consultant in Marketing, Research, and Strategic Planning.  Corinne holds a Bachelors of Arts in Business Management and Marketing from Anderson University (Anderson, Indiana), has completed graduate work toward a Master of Arts in Teaching at Miami University (Oxford, Ohio) and has completed a 3 year leadership and seminary practicum through Grace School of Servant Leadership. She is a mother of Calvin and his wife Jessica, Chelsea and Connor and the wife of Brad. 


Corinne and her whole crew! Thanksgiving Turkey Trot 2017
 A few things she has spoken about recently. 


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