Servant’s Notes
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India, Japan, South Africa,
Israel, Brazil and Haiti:
these are countries where
ABC students are heading
summer ministries
In addition, some 2017
graduates are setting out
for Guam, Poland, and India.
Others have their sights on
stateside ministry. Pray that
God would open unto them
a door to speak the mystery
of Christ (Col. 4:3).
Alumni Tim and Linda
have spent most
of the last four decades
as missionaries in Alaska,
Canada, and now Mexico.
After a graceful battle with
cancer, Linda triumphantly
entered the Lord’s presence
last fall. In January, Tim was
reunited with a roommate
from his student days: Dr.
Anderson. Listen online
to Tim’s heartfelt chapel
Forty-seven baccalaureate
received their servant’s
mantles on May 6, including Margaree Wright (Georgetown,
ME), Spencer Prichard (Van Wert, OH), and Tyler Norman (Van
Wert, OH). Also in the Class of 2017: four Bible Certificate
graduates and one Master of Arts.
Gospel Heralds
more than a traveling music
ministry team this summer.
They are bringing laser tag
to youth events around the
country, challenging teens
to “Aim True: Set Your
Sights On Things Above.”
Find their itinerary at abc.
After opening in November,
ABC Coffee Shop
quickly became the
homework and hangout
spot of choice. Kiki
Peterson (Mount Hope, WV)
is one of several students
trained as baristas and
serving up Crimson Cup
brand lattes, mochas, and
much more. Come try it for
yourself; summer hours are
weekdays, 7:00 AM - 10:00
PM except Wednesdays,
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM.
Get a whole new
perspective on
as you whiz down
the second zip line, added
this spring! If flying above
the pond isn’t your style,
check out the new Ga-ga
Ball pit or octagon swing
when you come to Alpine,
the camp and outdoor
adventure ministry of ABC.
ABC students are champion
3-pointers—and that’s not
just referring to preaching
Warrior guard
Eric Miller
(Twin Falls, ID)
won the shootout at the
Bible College National
Invitational Tournament in
February. Teammate Travis
Tumlin (Rome, GA) took
Professing faith in Christ, thirteen Mount Olive Correctional
Complex inmates were baptized by 2017 ABC graduate Ted
Cancel in May. Inmate-students of
Mount Olive Bible College
a ministry of ABC, reach out to those in the prison’s Mental
Health Unit. One inmate writes, “The Bible College students
coming to the Unit have had a positive impact. They listen to
our problems and give us advice. They pray for us and with us.
They are very knowledgeable of the Bible and often answer
our questions or help us to find the answers.”
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