"No man can serve two masters." This bold statement by Jesus (Matthew 6:24) calls each of us to make a crucial choice. This year's IMPACT theme, iServe, is a challenge to serve God and His purpose alone.

Music, games, skits, and three in-depth sessions will challenge and encourage teens. IMPACT 2019 is designed to be a dynamic 20 hours that generates a lifetime of spiritual fruit.

Impact Activity


Impact Activity

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Date: April 19-20, 2019
Registration Deadline: April 14, 11:59pm

Students & Sponsors $30
Non-lodging Discount $5

*Registrations include $10 non-refundable deposit

A Medical Release Form will need to be filled out for each teen.

Any persons participating in the Preview activities (Friday) or Climbing Wall (Friday night) must complete an Alpine Adventures Release Form

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Friday, April 19
6:00pm - 7:30pm Registration & Activities
8:00pm Rally & Pizza Party
9:30pm Main Session #1
11:00pm Cabin Devotions
Saturday, April 20
7:00am Breakfast
8:30am Main Session #2
10:15am Group Games
11:15am Lunch
12:30pm Main Session #3
2:15pm IMPACT Concludes

Guest Speaker: John Skaggs

John Skaggs has served in camp and youth ministry for the last 20 years. He and his wife Becky along with their three daughters are home missionaries with Appalachian Bible College where he chairs the Camping Ministry Major. John is also the assistant pastor at Sunday Road Baptist Church. He enjoys time with family, teaching and preaching the Word of God, and being outdoors. His passions include using outdoor experiences to teach biblical truths and challenging people to have a vibrant personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Experience ABC

Come a day early and experience classes and chapel at Appalachian Bible College!

Arrive Thursday evening, April 18.

Additional $20 includes 3 meals, lodging, and activities.

More info about previewing ABC: abc.edu/experience

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IMPACT is an annual event sponsored by the Youth and Family Ministry Department of Appalachian Bible College for the purpose of reaching and challenging junior high and senior high students as well as promoting Appalachian Bible College as a place of training for ministry.