Celebrate our wild and wonderful home state with us at the Spring Music Festival: this Friday and Saturday, 7:00 PM. Details and stream: abc.edu/festival
ABC News Archive - April 2021
It's a cold Good Friday but Resurrection Sunday is coming.
The ABC family has been corporately memorizing II Corinthians 5:9-15 this year. These verses for March and April point to Jesus' death and resurrection, and the life transformation that results for everyone who trusts Him.
Hallelujah, what a Savior! Happy Resurrection Sunday from ABC.
Where You Belong: Songs of Our Wild & Wonderful Home
If you missed the colorful Spring Music Festival celebrating West Virginia culture and heritage, you can still watch it on ABC's YouTube channel: abc.edu/live
What is God teaching you in His Word? How is your life changing as a result? ABC students answer!
Lots of preview guests are showing up this spring, including this group who came all the way from Missouri. Thank you for making the trip and spending time at ABC.
Set up your own visit: abc.edu/visit
For the Lester E. Pipkin Expository Preaching Week, chapel services featured messages on 2 Timothy 3:10-17 from Homiletics students. Watch the videos of Steven Burns, Jeremiah Bloom, and Ian McAllister at abc.edu/live.
Like Ken Ham and Answers in Genesis, Appalachian Bible College stands solidly on Biblical authority. ABC upholds Biblical marriage, the sanctity of life, and the inerrancy of the Bible—starting with the Genesis account of origins.
Ken Ham will be the featured speaker during the Pinter Lecture Series: January 24-25, 2022.
Junior/Senior Banquet was a beautiful evening on the rim of the New River Gorge. Thanks to the Class of 2022 for planning it and to Mr. Ed Chesley for speaking.
Don't miss this study of Revelation—whether you're interested in graduate credit or just in deepening your understanding of Christ's prophetic Word.
Dr. Daniel Davey is President and Professor of Bible Exposition at Virginia Beach Theological Seminary.
Course info: abc.edu/graduate/course-schedule/
When Impact went virtual this year, 40 volunteers stepped up to film skits, plan interactive games, counsel participants online, lead music, and manage the technology behind it all. Success! Seven churches with 130 teens and sponsors participated last evening—hearing the gospel and being challenged to seek God and His purpose. Lord willing, Impact 2022 will return to a weekend-long in-person event.
American Church History is now history for these seniors! With today's final day of class complete, students are wrapping up projects and preparing for final exams next week.
During yesterday's Awards Chapel, students received $55,150 in scholarships funded by donors. Among these, Peter was awarded the Norm & Sue Niemeyer Missions Scholarship. Thank you to the generous friends of ABC who help students like Peter continue their studies!
After 26 years and 155 Elementary Education graduates, Dr. Cora Burch was duly celebrated at yesterday's luncheon. Testimonies from Abbey Kilbride, Verinda Almond, and Erica Pack highlighted Dr. Burch's deep care for her students, her humble attitude, sense of humor, and perseverance through countless challenges.
Happy Retirement, Dr. Burch!
Life is for service.
It's finals week and these memes from ABC Admissions are worth another post. 😀
Well done, Lady Warriors.
Join us virtually this Thursday and Friday as we wrap up the year with Spring Bible Conference, "Serving God Acceptably."
Featured speakers are Dr. Mark Johnson, ABC alumnus and pastor of Independent Bible Church in Martinsburg, and Rev. Steve Fulks, administrator for operations at Baptist Mid-Missions.
Schedule and livestream link: abc.edu/bible-conference
Out of caution, this year's conference has been closed to in-person guests.
The baccalaureate Class of 2021 presents their Senior Class Program this Friday at 2:30 PM ET. Watch online: abc.edu/live