At 9, Grace accepted Jesus as Saviour. At an early age, she began serving God by playing piano for the church choir and congregational singing, and writing music for the Indo-Canadian ministry. After graduating from Mennonite Educational Institute, Grace took 3 years at Columbia Bible Institute, Abbotsford. In 1980, she served a year with contemporary Christian band Bond Servant in England, India, and throughout North America under Global Outreach Mission. Ten years later, Grace helped set up Frontiers mission’s office in Richmond, B.C., serving as personnel director and ethnomusicologist. About 4 years before her death, her health deteriorated, preventing her from continuing her ministry there, and she moved into a care facility. Since her teen years, Grace struggled with rheumatoid arthritis, but in spite of her pain and disabilities, her positive attitude and radiant smile blessed all those she touched.