Let's welcome Annie and Hannah!
From classes and chapel to lunch and intramurals, two students take you through a day at Appalachian Bible College!
"I appreciate so much the focused, Bible-centered teaching I received at ABC. It was a godly and encouraging environment in which to grow personally, spiritually, and academically. I came very shy and without many friends. I left with great friends, great memories, and more confidence.
"Since graduating, I have been able to serve in multiple ways in my local church and I carry with me the strong conviction that, no matter what my current situation, 'life is for service.'"
- Jenny Akers, class of 2016
ABC Business Office Clerk
It's still available for this fall! The scholarship has been set up in response to the coronavirus and covers 65% of room and board for all full-time, resident students. Find out more: abc.edu/sss
Three Missions - TESOL students are serving summer internships in Nicaragua, Ivory Coast, and Guam. Pray for their effectiveness and growth as they teach English to speakers of other languages.
Learn more about the Missions - TESOL major: abc.edu/tesol
Thanks to Jordan and Albina for sharing a day in the life of an ABC student!
▪️ How can you make disciples in your life and ministry?
▪️ How does mentoring relate to discipleship?
▪️ How can a local church be a disciple-making church?
Explore these questions during the upcoming course in the M.A. in Ministry program. Take it for credit, or audit for just $210.
Congratulations to these students for achieving the President's List for spring 2021 academics:
Jeremiah Bloom, Hilary Greenwald, Brittanie Hames, Grace Harding, Kimberly Hughes, Lidia Kopasz, Ian McAllister, Gabriel Miller, Heather Nicholson, Allison Plaisted, Malorie Rinehart, Claire Rinker, Katherine Rinker, Eileen Snowden, Courtney States, Andrew Taylor, Hannah Taylor, Nathan Titus, and Angela Wegner.
Additionally, these online students were named to the President's List: Anna Maxwell, Mary Maxwell, Rachel Mitton, Hannah Morrell.
Our coffee shop is open for the summer in the lowest level of the Servant Center: weekdays 7:30-9:30 AM and 3:30-7:00 PM, Saturdays 7:30-10:00 AM.
"We came from Lithuania 4 years ago wanting to gain a Biblical education and prepare for the ministry. We were able to study here only by God’s provision through the people who supported the college for the purpose of spreading the Gospel in the whole world.
"Appalachian Bible College was a major way how God showed his faithfulness, his provision, and his power in our lives. The classes we took gave us confidence in the Scripture, the teachers encouraged us to run the race by their personal examples, the experience we gained helped to put our pride away and God’s gifts on display.
"The college and all the people we met here have been a pure blessing. We found a family here, and it will always be our home. As we prepare to go back to Lithuania and serve there, we will always remember our little West Virginia home with gratefulness and praise to God."
- Gediminas and Joana Laskauskas