ABC News Archive - May 2021
Congratulations to Andrew Stevens, selected from the Class of 2021 for the President's Award. This award is given on the basis of the student's total Bible college experience, including studies, character, and practical Christian service. Andrew exemplifies the servant theme of Appalachian Bible College.
In case you missed it, watch the 2021 Commencement of Appalachian Bible College, awarding diplomas to 3 Master of Arts, 40 Bachelor of Arts, 7 Associate of Arts, and 7 Bible Certificates.
This year, there was a three-way tie for the highest grade point average among baccalaureate graduates. Congratulations, Grace, Allie, and Andrew!
Congratulations to Grace, Adam, and Sarah from the Class of 2021!
The Delta Epsilon Chi Award recognizes graduating seniors from accredited institutions of The Association for Biblical Higher Education who have distinguished themselves by: intellectual achievement, Christian character, and leadership ability. The three Greek words translated “approved in Christ” (dokimos en Xhristos) found in Romans 16:10 begin with the three Greek letters, delta epsilon chi, and thus the name and meaning of the ABHE Honor Society.
Congratulations to these graduates who received additional awards at the 2021 Commencement!
Dr. Mark Johnson, a 1977 graduate of ABC, gave the Commencement address, "The Eternal Jesus," from the book of Daniel. Watch it and any of his Spring Bible Conference messages at abc.edu/live.
Dr. Johnson will also be teaching "Discipleship and Mentoring In the Local Church" this August. Learn more: https://abc.edu/graduate/course-schedule/
Have you heard about the increased financial aid available to West Virginia students this year? Share this great opportunity with a friend in the Mountain State!
Get more info: abc.edu/wv21
Well done, Sarah, Allison, and Isaac!
"The Bible is the answer."
Do you agree? Come study, love, and live God's Word with us!
Read about the Robinsons and the rest of ABC's missionary staff at abc.edu/abf
An amazing 42% of the 2021 B.A. recipients graduated with Highest Honors. These 17 students maintained cumulative grade point averages of 3.85-4.0.
Additionally, 3 graduated with High Honors (3.60-3.84) and 6 with Honors (3.30-3.59). Congratulations to all!
After seeing several of their children attend Appalachian Bible College, Dan and Linda share their perspective on what sets ABC apart.
ABC exists by God's grace and for His glory to educate and equip servants for the Church of tomorrow while edifying the Church of today.
Congratulations to Dan Best for completing the rigorous certification program from The Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.
Mr. Best chairs the Biblical Counseling major at ABC: abc.edu/counseling
"Man has an intrinsic need to receive counsel from God. Because He has given everything man needs for godly living in His revealed Word, I believe our training enables one to appropriately care for the struggles of others." -Mr. Best
Graduate students are wrapping up a full week of studying Revelation with Dr. Daniel Davey. This was a brand new course in ABC's accredited Master of Arts in Ministry: abc.edu/graduate
"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
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