Area Information

Northern Beauty 

The city of Gaylord is home to the Grace Baptist Church and Grace Baptist College. It is a perfect blend of rural beauty and modern development. Long considered one of the premier resort towns in Northern Michigan, Gaylord offers skiing, snowmobiling, professional golf, camping, hunting, and fishing. Whether it is outdoor recreation in local parks or tubing and waterskiing on Otsego Lake, the area yields many natural attractions.

Each season is extreme, thus allowing Northern Michigan residents to take full advantage of all that life and the outdoors have to offer each season of the year in this beautiful place.

The city with the Alpine motif is conveniently located, literally and providentially, in the central heart of Northern MI. It is where the two most popular roads intersect - I75 going north/south and M32 going east/west. These roads connect to everywhere in Northern MI. Gaylord is off of I75 Exits 279 and 282; just three and one half hours north of Detroit and Grand Rapids, and forty-five minutes south of the Mackinac Bridge.

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Grace Baptist College is a local church ministry (Ecclesiastical Corporation) of Grace Baptist Church of Gaylord, Michigan, and is not, and has no intention of ever becoming, a liberal arts college. The sole purpose of Grace Baptist College is to train Christians to serve in the ministries of local New Testament churches of like faith and practice. Grace Baptist College is not licensed or approved by the State of Michigan and does not guarantee that any of its degrees or credits will be recognized by any other institution. Grace Baptist College is not accredited by any person, organization, or government agency. While Grace Baptist College is not accredited, the course of instruction and the individual classes are widely accepted by fundamental colleges and mission boards as college-level work.