The weekend is here. Time for a little fun. What is this little guy thinking?
News: February 2014
South Sudan work ‘in jeopardy’ – MSF
A way to pray specifically.
Today’s chapel was huge reminder that we are part of the global Body of Christ. We were lead to pray for three of our students who are Sudanese. The unrest and conflict that is happening there is touching lives of people right here in Canada. Please join us in prayer for all Sudanese people. What can you pray for? One Sudanese student put it this way, “The most important thing you can pray for for my country is peace.”
This photo was taken at a recent student event. Aren’t candid shots the best! Really love our good natured student body 🙂
With the start of this new week, we put Reading Week behind us and move into the second half of the semester. Please join us in prayer that our students would be able to manage their time well and process all they are learning both in class and through their Spring Ministry Experiences (which will happen mid-April).
What a fun week for the ABC community! Yesterday we had a send off for Ethan Wood as he is headed to Poland today with a young adult team from Bow Valley Christian Church. The team will be teaching conversational English with Graceland Ministries. It is encouraging to see our students taking opportunities to experience God in such unique ways. God go with you Ethan!
Our students and staff celebrated a birthday yesterday. Can you guess who? Hint: the photo below might give you a clue. Happy Birthday Nameless Professor and Director of Learning Services! May God bless your year.
It is an amazing thing to walk with our students as they journey with God. Part of what makes it so exciting is that everyone is at different places. Josh Gayle came to ABC last semester at, as he says, “a really dark time in his life.” His seeking and searching led him to be baptised last Sunday at Oak Park Church of Christ! We are proud of you Josh and may God bless you as you continue to seek Him!
ABC’s approach to education has long been “Learning while Serving, Serving while Learning.” First year student Kyle Engleson is a great example of living out this philosophy. Last Sunday, Kyle was commissioned as the Youth Ministries Coordinator with Oak Park Church of Christ! Blessings on your ministry Kyle.
Alberta Bible College’s mission is “To equip people for effective service and witness for Christ”. Have you been equipped? Are you serving? How is your witness for Christ? Start fresh this Monday and press on!