The campus will soon be overwhelmed with activities as college previewers flood in from around the nation to experience campus life and enjoy yet another Spring Music Festival. Visit abc.edu for details on these events.
ABC News Archive - April 2010
Have you paused to pray today? This week students and staff gathered for a morning of prayer, focusing on the phrase, "Pause-Our Duty."
ABC, an accredited Bible college located in West Virginia, has restructured their
baccalaureate degree program to let students earn two majors simultaneously. Please visit our website for the full article.
Join us for the 2009-10 Spring Music Festival April 2 & 3 in Anderson Hall on the ABC campus at 7pm.
We have high 70's and are enjoying God's beauty in southern West Virginia.
will be praying for the families impacted by yesterdays mine explosion in Montcoal, near Pettus, WV. Rescue efforts are ongoing for four missing miners, while twenty-five have been confirmed dead.
Several students and staff will return to the scene of Monday's mine explosion to serve in counseling and comfort to the families waiting to hear of their loved ones condition. The team will be present during the early afternoon hours when significant news is suspected. Let them know your praying by posting a quick note.
As the situation at the Upper Big Branch mine developes our team of staff and students have been on-site since 9am this morning. Thank you for your prayers. Below you'll find an updated article on www.abc.edu.
Governor Manchin has designated ABC as a collection site for gifts and other items for the families affected by this disaster. Continue to support and pray for the families and friends of the Upper Big Branch Coal Mining Accident. Visit our website for further details.
The ABC Coal Mine Disaster Team set out this morning with clothing and supplies for the families they have been serving the past few days. Today, additional students have been added to the team. They will be providing support by assisting with everyday needs (i.e. trash removal, cleaning, etc.).
Thank you for your continued prayers. Governor Manchin has requested a moment of silence be taken at 3:30pm for the victims of last weeks coal mine disaster.
This week three pastoral students have been selected to participate in Expository Preaching Week. These men will preach in chapel and one of them will be chosen to share in ministry at Bible Center Church in Charleston. Senior Matt Nagel preached Monday, read the article and listen to his message.
Wednesday, the second of our ExpositoryPreaching Week messages was delivered by Elias Wakefield. Listen to hismessage through the link below.
Friday was the final message in our Expository
Preaching series delivered by students from ABC's Pastoral Ministry
program. We encourage you to listen to the message by Samuel Luppino.
"What was... what will be... " Thank you to the Junior class for honoring the Class of 2010 with the recent Junior/Senior Banquet. Mr. Chesley and Dr. King delivered remarks challenging this years' seniors to move forward for God.
Got your seat belt on? The fun and excitement starts tomorrow. IMPACT!! Please pray for the many teens who will converge on our campus around 6pm on Friday.
Special guest on campus Mayor Emmit Pugh of Beckley, WV, presented an award of appreciation during Monday's chapel to Student Council President, John Miller, for work done in Beckley through the Diakonos Project. This Christian Service project seeks to serve the community by donating labor for various improvement work. Following chapel the Mayor visited with students in the cafeteria. Mayor Pugh was accompanied by his wife, daughter, and her husband.
An event of non-stop fun and spiritual challenge. This year about 200 teens converged on the ABC campus to enjoy friendship, games, and spiritual encouragement. This year's speaker was ABC President, Dr. Daniel Anderson. Praise God for 1 salvation and several other decisions that were made.
Special thanks for Mr. Jason Naff and the many student volunteers who made this event possible.