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Our Apostolic Heritage

by ABI Admissions (9/12/2014)

We were blessed to have Rev. Douglas Hanscomb with us the first two weeks of school. He taught with passion about our pure Apostolic heritage. Our students appreciated how he brought the history of the church alive by tracing our apostolic heritage through the ages.

When Rev. Hanscomb was almost 16 years old he entered the seminary for study with the permission of his parents and finished his high school in the province of Quebec, Canada. He was studying for his Doctor's degree in philosophy when he broke relations with the Roman Catholic Church in 1972. He was never excommunicated from the Roman Catholic Church but neither did he complete that course of study. The education that he received at the seminaries in Theology and Philosophy were preparing him for the priesthood in the Roman Tradition.

After he became a born-again Christian in the fall of 1972 he had an opportunity to do work in Europe in a drug rehab program in which he had previously worked when studying for the priesthood. Rev. Hanscomb spent time in England, France, the Netherlands, Germany and Switzerland.

Returning to Canada in 1974 he worked on Prince Edward Island assisting Bro. Featherstone in the Apostolic church in Charlottetown. Later, he met his wife in the Nashville, Tennessee area. They married in August, 1975. The Lord has blessed them with two wonderful children, Kevin Douglas, born in 1976 and Kimberly Michelle, in 1978. They have two beautiful grandchildren, Alexia Grace Tyler, 10, and Anelise Hope Tyler, 4 .

Most of the past 40 years of his life has been spent in the state of Tennessee pastoring churches. During that time he has pastored 3 different churches. The last one was in Ashland City, where he and Sis. Hanscomb spent 20 years. Rev. Hanscomb has evangelizied in different areas of the U.S.A. and Canada when not pastoring . He is now a full time evangelist / teacher. He wrote the book From Rome to Jerusalem which outlines our pure apostolic heritage.

Rev. and Sis. Hanscomb have just recently celebrated their 39th wedding anniversary and continue to enjoy their walk together with the Lord.

We look forward to his return to our classrooms in the spring of 2015.


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ABI Fall Semester 2014

by Justin Bishop (7/31/2014)

As the Summer comes to a close and Fall lingers around the corner, we anticipate the beginning of another school year at the Apostolic Bible Institute in St. Paul, MN. We hope that you are excited just as we are when you begin to make your preparations to attend this Fall! Below are some important dates to consider for the upcoming Fall Semester 2014:

ABI Dorms Open - August 16th
ABI Cafeteria Opens - August 20th
*Breakfast & Lunch will be Served
Orientation (Freshmen Only) - August 21st
Orientations (All Students) - August 22nd
Fall Semester 2014 Classes Begin - August 25th

"Come to Learn...Leave to Serve!"


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77th Annual Graduation Weekend

by ABI Admissions (4/30/2014)

Friday, May 30
  • 7:30 p.m. ABI Drama
  • (Reception Immediately Following)

  • Saturday, May 31
    • 6:30 a.m. Golf Tournament For Reservations
    • Call Justin Bishop: (206) 446 - 0749
    • Or email: mr.jtbishop@gmail.com
  • 7:30 p.m. ABI "Alum-Night"
    • Speaker: Rev. Gregg Joki
    • Special Music and Fellowship

    Sunday, June 1
  • 3:00 p.m. Commencement
  • Speaker: Rev. Lee Stoneking, International Evangelist

  • Hotel Information
    AmericInn $59 + Tax - (651) 730 - 5700
    Best Western $69 + Tax - (651) 578 - 8466
    (Ask for the ABI rate!)



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    Bethany Sievers Missionary to Paraguay

    by James M. Reece (2/7/2014)


    We were so glad to have Sis Sievers with us in chapel today. She is on her way to Paraguay as an AIMer.


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    Apostolic Torch Conference

    by James M. Reece (1/23/2014)

     
    Apostolic Torch Conference is intended to inspire young people between the ages of 14-25 to break the ice into new dimensions in ministry and their relationship with God. It will be a time to explore their calling of God.
    It is going to be a fun and impacting weekend of preaching, teaching, and inspiration. If you are looking for a weekend that will inspire and teach practical methods, this is the weekend for you.

    Speakers/Teachers:

    Jimmy Toney - Pastor in Lexington, KY
    Mark Brown - Pastor and SD Youth President - Watertown, SD
    David Brown - Pastor and IL Youth Secretary - Quad cities, IL
    Vesta Mangun - Pentecostals of Alexandria, LA
    Angela Harwood- Youth Pastor in Paw Paw, MI
    Phil Frankford - Pastor and IA Youth Secretary - Knoxville IA

    Registration For 2014:
    Our registration website is www.mytorch14.eventbrite.com
    January early-bird registration for a discount rate of only $20
    Online registration is now OPEN!!!
    February registration $25
    March registration $30
    April/at the door $35

    If you have not yet connected with us on Facebook please do. Facebook will be where we give updates.


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