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Welcome Night

by ABI Admissions (10/11/2012)

We welcomed twelve new freshman to our ABI family this year at our annual welcome night. Bro. Grant remarked that Jesus had twelve disciples that turned the world upside down and we expect great things ahead in their future as they dedicate this time in their lives to studying God's Word.

This year had a bit of a different twist, freshmen were welcomed by four members of First United Pentecostal Church, who welcomed them to the church family. Sis Reece, Bro. Hoehn, Bro. Oslin, and Bro. Miller each spoke giving advice and encouragement to help the freshmen in their future here.

Afterwards the freshmen introduced themselves and were given roses by the upperclassmen.We had a time for fellowship afterwards in the chapel where the 2nd year class hosted a special dinner for the new class of 2016 and the church family.
We hope the class of 2016 will gain things from their studies they will never forget, make friends for a lifetime, and come cherish the school that is so dearly loved by so many men and women ministers around the world.


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So Long Bro Hackler

by ABI Admissions (9/14/2012)

When it came to talent and music, Bro. Scott Hackler was very well loved by many people. For years, Bro. Hackler directed our music program and was the music director of ABI and First Church. He was a great teacher and a friend to many students who were privileged to have him as a teacher and choir director. He livened things up with his humor, smile, and encouragement in a way only Bro. Hackler could. He directed choirs, performed concerts, and also directed drama productions at ABI. He also has compiled many music compositions and has published many CD albums of his work. We are sad that he will be leaving, but we have been blessed to have him here. Bro. Hackler was honored by a farewell party at the church and with prayers we wish him well with his future! We look forward to see our music program develop in the hands of Bro Andy Weisbrod


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Labor day weekend services

by ABI Admissions (9/7/2012)

During the weekend, ABI was privileged to have Rev. Travis Miller and Rev. Gregg Joki minister in services. Rev. Gregg Joki preached in chapel during the school day and Rev. Travis Miller preached Friday and Saturday night to the students. God's presence moved in a special way during these services and students were encouraged to have a hunger to see God do things in their lives and ministry like never before! Sunday morning Rev. Gregg Joki emphasized the importance of parenting and raising children in the apostolic way to the adult Sunday School class. We were honored to have them and their families with us and look forward to their return.


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Labor Day picnic

by ABI Admissions (9/7/2012)

We had a great time of fun and fellowship on Labor Day with our annual picnic on the church grounds! Families from the church brought several dishes and desserts that were enjoyed by all! ABI students Matt and Jeremiah also grilled hot dogs and hamburgers for the event. After the food, Children of all ages had an active day in field and water games hosted by the Sunday school teams. After a prayer, ABI students got a chance to show their skills in an intense and exciting game of student baseball! We had even more fun when some younger children came out and joined us in catching balls, running bases and hitting a few home runs. We were sad when the day came to an end but it was a fun time overall with students and church family!


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Back to School Weekend

by ABI Admissions (8/26/2012)

Throughout the Back to School weekend students enjoyed fellowship with one another and the faculty during evening activities. On Friday night the school hosted a bonfire cookout and Saturday night students enjoyed a rib dinner in the gymnasium. It was a great time for students catch up with one another and welcome the freshman to their new home. On Sunday, we enjoyed the preaching of Rev. Travis Miller, the UPCI Secretary of Home Missions. There was a powerful presence of God in each service. As students begin their classes this week we wish them all the best and a great new year!


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