Staff-Served Dinner: a favorite tradition at ABC.
ABC News Archive - April 2019
Andrew's grandma is one of many who spent the day on campus for Parents/Grandparents Day. Thank you for entrusting your children/grandchildren to ABC and for supporting them with your presence today!
Were you in the audience for "Once Upon a Childhood" last evening? What was your favorite moment?
If not, you still have a chance to catch the Spring Music Festival tonight, 7:00 PM in Anderson Hall.
Praise God for a weekend full of opportunities to serve guests: Spring Preview, Parents & Grandparents Day, Spring Music Festival. Thank you to each one who took part in these activities! Come back soon to visit again.
Alumni: longtime theology professor Dr. Joseph Pinter will reach another milestone on April 26. Would you help bless him with 90 cards to celebrate? Send your birthday note to him in care of ABC and we'll make sure he gets it: 161 College Drive, Mount Hope, WV 25880.
One of the best parts about Youth IMPACT? Teens participate in the games and sessions alongside college students who are training for ministry.
Maybe your teens could use some young adult role models who are serious about their walk with God. Bring them to IMPACT, April 19-20!
Registration ends this weekend.
Expository Preaching Week featured seniors Jonathan Easter, Spencer Smith, and Eric Miller sharing sermons from Acts 16. Listen here: abc.edu/chapel
The faculty and staff men were a hit in the Spring Music Festival last weekend. Anybody recognize that umpire?
This year's Junior/Senior Banquet was a beautiful evening on the rim of the New River Gorge. Testimonies, pictures, gifts, and prayer made it a meaningful way to honor the senior class.
Volunteers from the Class of 2022 cleaned up North Sandbranch Road on Saturday. Thanks for your service, freshmen!
Only two weeks away, Spring Bible Conference wraps up the year with two days of focusing on God's Word. The public is welcome for these sessions with gifted Bible expositors Dr. Keith Wiebe, Jr. and Dr. John King.
Amazing love! How can it be
That Thou, my God, should die for me!
Lyrics by Charles Wesley, arranged by Dan Forrest. Soloists: Rachel Prickett, Gideon Hedrick. The Appalachian Bible College Chorale is directed by Mr. Jeremy Yowell.
And God hath both raised up the Lord, and will also raise up us by his own power. I Corinthians 6:14
Facilitated by 95 ABC student volunteers, IMPACT 2019 brought almost 300 guests to campus from 28 churches and 8 states. Speaker John Skaggs challenged teens to offer themselves as slaves of God. Nearly 100 responded in the final session, making decisions to serve the Lord. #abcimpact2019
In the course "TESOL in Non-profit Settings," Missions students learn to develop a program that uses teaching English as a cross-cultural outreach ministry. These seniors created classroom management systems as a final project for the course. Only God knows how their work and creativity may open doors for evangelism and discipleship in the future!
Students received over $60,000 in scholarships on Wednesday—all made possible by donations. For some, those surprise gifts will make the difference in their ability to return in the fall. Glory to God and thanks to you donors!
Interested in establishing a new scholarship to help more ABC students? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring tour begins in one week for Jubilate. They will be sharing in churches and schools across West Virginia, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, and Kentucky.
Learn more and plan to attend a concert near you: abc.edu/jubilate
All that studying and hard work culminates this week. Pray for students as they take their final exams today through Wednesday.