Christmas Banquetby (12/17/2009)
The banquet was a good time for everyone. Everyone was dressed up for the occasion.
Maridia Evans Happy Holidays!
Walking in a Winter Wonderlandby (12/13/2009)
After Christmas banquet, several of the ABI students drove to downtown St. Paul to enjoy a walk through the snow at Rice Park! The park has been a popular hang out for students after banquet for pictures with friends because of the holiday scenery and snow in downtown St. Paul. This year the park was a holiday winter wonderland with the increased snow that added to the scenery of Christmas lights and city decorations. Although the walk was short due to the cold weather, the students had fun taking pictures with the lights and enjoying the fellowship with each other! It was a great memory overall!
Maridia Evans That must have been fun.
Christmas Banquet Memoriesby (12/13/2009)
Event: Church Christmas Banquet
Christmas banquet was very exciting this year! The holiday dinner was served in the ABI chapel, decorated with snowflakes and Christmas lights in the Winter Wonderland theme. Many of the new students had fun on their very first ABI date for their freshman year, and upperclassmen enjoyed the time and fellowship with each other. There were many visitors, co-workers of ABI students, and church members that enjoyed the time as well. One of the newest faces on the campus, Sis. Sievers, enjoyed playing holiday music on the piano during the dinner, while students and guests were served by the ABI men faculty. The night was topped off with the ABI Christmas concert in the main chapel where the ABI choir, the men's quartet, Bro. Hackler, Bro. Reider, and an ensemble did an amazing job with the entertainment and music.
Snap, crackle, POP!by (11/24/2009)
Every year the freshman class gather together in room 101 to pop thousands of balloons. Yes,I said thousands. The floor will be littered in a multicolored mess as students try-out their skills. Poodles, cats, apples, fishing poles- You name it, this week everything imaginable will be crafted from balloons. Child evangelism is such an important area of ministry in this day and age. Our children are bombarded on every side with media and advertising, that it is growing harder and harder for the average Sunday school teacher to compete for their attention. Bro. David Taylor teaches us principles that can be used to make this gospel not only fun, but also very powerful.
Stephanie Morrison I remember the joys of cleaning up the thousands of popped balloons:S
Harvest Festby (11/17/2009)
We had a lot of fun at our annual Harvest Fest. This year the Freshman class did all of the planning. They did a wonderful job!
Jerry Simmons The Freshman class is awesome. The class is full of great leaders. I'm looking forward to future projects sponsored by this group.
Maridia Evans Looking good.
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