Alabama to Wyoming, Ukraine to Uruguay: students at ABC this semester represent 28 states and 7 foreign countries.
ABC News Archive - September 2020
Admissions staff are ready to welcome previewers and their families all semester and even for select ABC events. Can't make the trip? Choose a virtual preview. Either way, the $750 Campus Visit Scholarship will be yours! Start here: abc.edu/visit
Ready for some volleyball? The Lady Warriors open at home on a newly renovated gym floor this Saturday.
Sights and sounds not taken for granted this semester.
For these senior class officers, the final year at ABC is well underway. Pray that the Class of 2021 stays focused and teachable, and that God directs their steps after graduation.
L to R: sponsor Mr. Cale, secretary Sarah Palelis, vice president Jeremiah Bloom, student life rep Kenyon Meece, president Ben Lewis, treasurer Hannah Pennington.
Today, two seniors double majoring in Bible/Theology and Elementary Education begin 12 weeks of student teaching in a Christian school. Miss Anderson and Mrs. Estell: congratulations on reaching this capstone of your studies! We know you will be a blessing to your students and host teachers.
The ABC Coffee Shop makes a good study spot; just ask Alex, a Bible/Theology and Camping ministry student from Hedgesville, West Virginia.
Open to the public weekdays 7:30-11:00 AM and 2:00-6:00 PM; Saturdays 7:30-11:00 AM.
Sleep in... or go whitewater rafting with Alpine Ministries? Simple!
Are you struggling to believe the Lord Jesus is sovereign over your problems? Watch a faith-building message from Luke 7 by David Childs, Vice President for Student Services: abc.edu/live (Sept. 11).
Introducing the 2020 Lady Warriors volleyball team!
Churches need shepherds who have a high view of Scripture. Pray for young men like Jeremiah as they prepare for pastoral ministry.
Can you guess which ministry major these students are part of?
Discover how teaching English to speakers of other languages provides natural inroads for the Gospel: abc.edu/tesol
With the sudden arrival of crisp fall temperatures, Saturday was the perfect time for So Long to Summer Fest. Thanks to the Class of 2023 for organizing the dinner, games, worship, and campfire.
ABC's Admissions Ambassadors stand ready to serve future students by answering your questions, praying for you, and directing you to more resources.
ALLISON is a junior from Ohio studying Bible/Theology & Elementary Education.
ANNA is a sophomore from Alabama studying Bible/Theology & Elementary Education.
RUTH is a senior from Virginia studying Bible/Theology & Biblical Counseling.
AUDREY is a junior from Maryland studying Bible/Theology & Biblical Counseling.
Connect with our Admissions team: abc.edu/undergraduate/admissions
Susie Gooden spent the last 24 years feeding students, staff, and guests of ABC and Alpine Ministries. "Ms. Susie's cookies" will not be soon forgotten. After retiring a few months ago, she was celebrated this week with a standing ovation and was even served a lunch she didn't prepare! Honored along with Susie were Carol Bosley (pictured; 14 years), Karen Meadows (24 years), and Pat Johnson (12 years).
Come a day early for Winter Camp and preview ABC!
Runners and walkers: participate in the annual Beautiful Feet 5k to raise funds for ABC Missions Conference. Learn more and register at abc.edu/5k
"Self-willed, lukewarm, half-hearted, comfortable Christian living is ridiculously unreasonable in light of the mercies of God."
Be challenged to surrender to God when you watch Patrick Odle's chapel message from Romans 12:1-2.