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"And thine ears shall hear a word behind thee, saying, This is the way, walk ye in it, when ye turn to the right hand and when ye turn to the left." Isaiah 30:21 This is an age when men are seeking new ways. Seemingly no one is satisfied. Reform has evolved into revolt; drugs have become an escape from life; and rationalization has destroyed our absolutes of honesty and character. In spite of all this Change, one thing has remained constant, "THE WAY" of God. How has the church managed to sustain its integrity in these days? The church maintains its direction by signs or guidelines which God has placed for this purpose. We also feel that God has given us the Apostolic Bible Institute and other similar institutions, which aid greatly in retaining this truth. With this appreciation in our hearts, we, the students, present this book representing a sign that shows "THE WAY."

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In 1966, the school purchased forty acres of land on Interstate Highway Ninety-four, just east of St. Paul. Since that time, a beautiful chapel with the the adjacent school bUilding has been erected. A women's dormitory and two men's dormitories have also been built.

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Women's Dormitory

Hudson House

Life in the Women's Dorm

The multi-purpose recreation room. Pat Kepler and Mary Jo Meredith.

Supervisor, Judy Penrod, with Mary Loudermilk and Linda Tracy_


"J Believe in Miracles."

T he old and the new. Epitome of ambition!

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Neal Blizzard and Dale Mackey.

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THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE:

SIGNS OF DEDICATION

I wish to express my deep sense of appreciation in this year's annual for the faculty and statf which I work with every day. Only God could bring such a diversified and talented group together for a program such as we offer at Apostolic Bible Institute. The school's reputation has been built on good solid "field-tested" subjects, all anchored to God's holy Word. This is not an accident. This school does not change with modern influences. We all fear God. A student entering Apostolic Bible Institute soon recognizes the standard of holiness, the sincerity of the faculty, the depth of class lectures, the spirit of the dormitories and even the Christian atmosphere in the dining hall. All of this offers a challenge and strength to his character. The beautiful buildings, accommodations and forty-acre campus all have their attractions, but the presence of God makes it all worthwhile. Students do not go from classroom to classroom in silence. There is laughter and happiness in their association with fellow students and faculty members who have given God first place in their lives. OUR FACULTY AND STAFF No school can rise higher than its faculty. We humbly thank the Lord for twelve full-time faculty members which represent one hundred and seventy-eight years of Bible school teaching experience. These teachers are paid on a yearly basis. They have no side interests. Three full-time dormitory supervisors are also with us on a yearly-paid basis. In addition there are twelve additional part-time staff members which are deeply appreciated. F ACULTY PERSONALITIES On other pages of this annual you will find the list of subjects and responsibilities of our faculty. I would like to inform you a little of why their personalities contribute so much to this school. MRS. C. E. LUNDQUIST takes care of the library and is a guest mission teacher. She has walked with God many years and has great faith. The Lord answers her prayers. REV. W. C. GLEASON has spread sunshine, along with his fine teaching, for twenty-one years. It is a joy to be around him.

EXPERIENCE IS A JESSIE A. NORRIS, my good wife, uses her dedicated ability here every day. Her guiding hand and counsel have lifted many a student to a higher plane of Christian knowledge and living. ELEANOR GRANT has been an excellent example of beautiful womanhood as a teacher for nineteen years. Pentecost has been elevated in the hearts of her students. RUTH FOSTER'S kind and confident spirit weaves peace into her classes as well as talent. REV. G. GRANT'S humbleness, coupled with his amazing abilities in almost every field, never ceases to inspire all of us. REV. R. SABIN'S good spirit, along with his fine teaching and preaching ability, lifts up and encourages both faculty and student body. REV. DALE HODGES is one of the finest Christian characters we have ever known. You just have to believe in God around him. DAVID HODGES is blessed in the music department. The organ seems to say, "Hello, here we are to bless you" when he plays. REV. DAN RIGDON is a brilliant and humble young man. He has learned a great secret, he talks things over. JOHN NORDSTROM has been president of his class for all three years. This isan honor at Apostolic Bible Institute. He came to us as a college graduate. His even temperament and good common sense is refreshing. He will be a full-time teacher this Fall. So, for all of this I bow my head before Almighty God with thankfulness for bringing together such a peaceful and Christ-loving faculty. Each teacher knows what to do and does it. He excels in his own field. Apostolic Bible Institute students are in good hands. 14


SIGN OF STABILITY Rev S G

Throughout the world and in every department of the United Pentecostal Church organization, Rev. S. G, Norris, founder and president of the school, is known and admired. Motivated by a deep conviction for the need of training Pentecostal workers, he began the Apostolic Bible Institute in 1937. Since that time hundreds of ministers have been trained and are serving around the world. Rev. Norris is an adept teacher of Biblical doctrines and a student ofthe Word. The adjoining Apostolic Bible Church, which he also pastors, has experienced continuous growth under his leadership. The present forty-acre campus, situated on the east side of St. Paul, is a tribute to his administrative prowess; the devotio n of the students and his congregat ion reveaI his love for people; and the depth of the workers serving on the field testify of his ability to transmit to others what God has given to him.

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A man of many talents. A rare quiet moment.

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An eager choral reading director.

An inspirational psychology teacher.

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Mrs. S. G. Norris, our president's wife, is an integral part of the school--both in the teaching area and in administration. A woman of varied talents, she has dedicated all of them to the Lord. It was she who originated the Saturday afternoon "Hobby Club." Two years ago she introduced "Center of Interest" teaching to the Apostolic Bible Church Sunday School. She was an original member of the advisory board of the Word Aflame publications, and has continued to serve in this capacity. Although her favor, ite teaching subject is psychology, she is probably best known for her storytelling ability. Dedicated to her work, she can be found at the office long afree all the students have gone home, getting ready to meet the challenge of the next day, the next semester, and the next year.

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Rev. \IIendell Gleason A contagious smile, a voice full of enthusiasm, and a fi.rm handclasp could be none other than Rev. Wendell Gleason. After fulfilling his military obligations, he came to A.B.I. intending to stay "one year." That was twenty -four years ago. Since that time his music has filled the halls daily. Not only is Rev. Gleason a singer and musician, but a real preacher as well. Even while working on the books of the student accounts, Rev. Gleason's spirit is an encouragement to the entire school.

MUSIC, SPEECH, LIFE OF JESUS, MINOR PROPHETS, MAJOR PROPHETS, INTERTESTAMENT HISTORY, CHURCI! BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING METHODS, ACTS, GLEE CLUB


Rev. ROber Sabin A depth in the Word of God, coupled with a never-ending quest for knowledge, portrays the attitude of Rev. Robert Sabin. Rev. Sabin was teaching at Winona State Teacher's College and also pastaring two churches when he was led to come to teach at A.B.I. His work with the "Teens" of the Apostolic Bible Church, his instrumental numbers, and his pulpit ministry all help create the atmosphere enjoyed at A.8.1.

ENGLISH, RELIGIOUS HISTORY, PUBLIC SPEAKING, RELIGION ANALYSIS, HOME MISSIONS PARTICIPATION, HOMILETICS, ORCHESTRA, APOLOGETICS

Rev. and Mrs. Robert Sabin with daughter Vicki, son Nathan.


Rev. Gerald Grant Rev. Gerald Grant came to A. B.l. from New Brunswick, Canada. Since his graduation he has become an invaluable part of the faculty. Where else could one find a preacher, teacher, musician' printer, campus designer, pilot, carpenter, plumber, electrician, and bookkeeper in one person? The key, however, is Rev. Grant's willing attitude to do whatever needs to be done.

BUSINESS LAW, BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, CHURCH HISTORY, COURTS AND BUSINESS LAW


Mrs. Gerald Grant A. B. I. has been an important part of Mrs. Gerald Grant's life since her youth. Her classes include such areas as Teacher Training and Sunday School Organization. In recent years, the "Center of Interest" program has also been a part of her instruction. Mrs. Grant has always been a friend to the students as well as a teacher. Her advice and understanding have been appreciated by many.

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, JOURNALISM, CHRISTIAN ETIQUETTE

Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Grant with daughter Ann.


Rev. Dale Rev. and Mrs. Dale Hodges with daughter Ruthie. ""==""'----.=

Hodges A man devoted to the students of A.B.L, as well as the children of the Apostolic Bible Church,is Rev. Dale Hodges. For several years he has directed the Hobby Club and has been an integral part of the Junior Sunday School Class. Since 1966 he has been on the A.B.I. faculty. His diligence and devotion have greatly influenced the production of this yearbook.

BIBLE GEOGRAPHY, PERSONAL EVANGELISM, MISSIONS, YEARBOOK SPONSOR, HOBBY CLUB OBSERVATION AND PARTICIPATION


Rev. Dan Rigdon Rev. Dan Rigdon, teaching for his first year, has instilled within the students his own enthusiasm for the work of God. He has been largely responsible for organizing street meetings, rest home services, and hospital visitations. The youth services are also under his supervision.

PERSONAL EVANGELISM

Rev. John Nordstrom Joining the faculty this fall will be a third-year graduate, Rev. John Nordstrom. Before enrolling at A.B.I., he taught in the public schools of Princeton, Illinois. This experience, coupled with his knowledge of God's Word, should prove to be a wonderful addition to the faculty.

PSYCHOLOGY (ASSISTANT), EPISTLES (ASSISTANT), ENGLISH, DRAMA, MUSIC

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Mrs. Herschel oster In these days of rebellious fashions, Mrs. Herschel Foster teaches A.B.I. girls to design and sew their own Pentecostal styles. Individual advice and assistance is given to each of the students.

F ASHlON DESIGNING

Mrs. C. E. Lundquist hen one thinks of Mrs. C. • Lundquist, simultaneusly the word "missions" comes to mind. Even beare she began teaching at A. B.I. in its beginning in 1937, she kept aware of -he activities of the work of ad throughout the world. Today, at the age of ninety years, she is an inspira'S....SlIIS. .SlItion both as a guest missions lecturer and as librarian. LIBRARIAN, GUEST MISSIONS LECTURER

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Mrs. Tim Bollmann In addition to her own studies, third-year student, Pat Bollman occupies the role of teacher of piano. Her eight years of training, plus a natural ability, qualify her to assist students in music. She is also the pianist for the Glee Club.

PIANO, ORGAN

Mr. David Hodges This has been David Hodges' second year of teaching piano and organ for the school. His extensive musical experience makes him particularly adept at giving assistance in developing chords and playing by ear. In addition to his Music Department responsibilities, he is the editor and publisher of "The Pentecostal Way."

PIANO, ORGAN

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OFFICE PERSONNEL

, Mrs. Colby Churchill

A. B. I. Staff

DIETITIAN AND HELPERS fvlrs. W. A. Eastman, Patty Lawrence, Iv1ary Loudermilk

Mrs. M. S. Wasco

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David Hodge, Ken Holmes


DORMITORY SUPERVISORS

Pat Bergren, Larry Jenkins, Larry Arrowood, Dick Litteral, Judy Penrod

STUDENT WORKERS Jim Hogg 2i

Bob Addington


A. B. I. Facultv and Staff

Bottom Row: Rev. Wendell Gleason, Larry Arrowood, Mrs. W. A. Eastman, Alma Wolfangel, Pat Bergren, Sue Manuwal, Patly Lawrence, Denise Crabtree, Rev. Dale Hodges. Second Row: Mrs. C. E. Lundquist, Mrs. S. G. Norris, Rev. Gerald Grant, Mrs. Gerald Grant, Mrs. M. S. Wasco, Mrs. Colby CllUrchill, Judy Penrod, Mary Loudermilk, Mrs. Tim Bollmann, Dick LitteraL Third Row: Rev. S. G. Norris, Rev. Dan Rigdon, l{cv. John Nordstrom, David Hodges, Rev. Robert Sabin, Bob Addington, K,'n Holmes, Jim 1!ogg, Larry Jenkins.

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Sponsor, Mrso LeRoy Erickson.


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TEAM Coaches: Rev. and Mrs. John Nordstrom; with quizzers: Diane Erickson, Linda Norris Pat Norris, Ron Erickson, David Norris, Allen Sawyer, Craig Sawyer.


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Faculty Advisor: Rev. Dale Hodges

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The 1970 Yearbook Staff meets three times weekly in preparation for one of the best annuals yet!

Cut and print -- what seems to be a never ending task finally blossoms into another beautiful yearbook. 36


Welcome

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A. B. I. "There it is ... A.B.r."

"Here's your room, Larry."

"Larry Arrowood ••• Newport, Kentucky."

"First, fill in this registration form."

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The members of the First Year Class were introduced to St. Paul during' their orientation week. They ...

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•••toured the Arts and Science Museum.

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Ball one!

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THE TRIUMPH

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The Third Year Class was invited to present their drama, "The Triumph of the Cross,'"' at the Youth Fellowship Hour at the General Conference in St. Louis, Mo. The drama is the story of Girolamo Savonarola, a man who stood for righteousness and honest living. The time is the period of the Renaissance, an age of riotous and loose living. Thus, Savonarola's message and the spirit of his times were in direct conflict. Then, as now J the only hope was in the cross of Jesus Christ. The drama presented at the conference was condensed from that which was given at the graduation ceremonies of June, 1969. A third performance was given in St. Louis at the invitation of Rev. Eddie Guinn.

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LUMNI BANQUET Rev. and Mrs. Dennis Croucher Mr. and Mrs. David Patrick, Rev. William Connell, Betty McGavock

Rev. and Mrs. William Schmidt

Rev. Wayne Mitchell, Rev. Sam Latta, Rev. Don Sjostrand

Rev. Robert Whalen

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoeffken

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Halloween Out to Camp Galilee for an evening just chuck-full of witches, ghosts, spooks, and other similar creatures. This year the star of the program was the Master of Ceremonies, Dan Rigdon, as he made his appearance with four other illustrious pallbearers.

Bill Bailey as Rev. Norris.

The witches conspire.

"The Great Pumpkin" and the witches.

A warm snack on a chilly night.

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Winter

Fun Buried under.

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.. A. B.I. is the School We Love" concluded the presentation of gifts. A warm round of applause.

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BANQUET AT ST. PAUL HOTEL A musical presentation and 500 guests expressed the church's appreciation of Rev. and Mrs. Norris' 36-year pastorate. Rev. R. F. Bowe was Master of Ceremonies. Rev. Fred Kinzie was the guest speaker.

A fUll-page commemoration in the evening paper.

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"BORN

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As everywhere, Christmas at A.B.l. was packed brimful with activities. Skits were presented by each class, with gifts given to the faculty and staff. The climax of the week-end was the beautiful cantata, uBorn A King," directed by Rev. Wendell Gleason, tableaux by Susi Bowe.

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Second Year.

First Year.

In 1969, as in other years, the First and Second Year Classes presented dramas. The performances were entitled "True Riches" and "The Triumph of the Cross," respectively. On Sunday afternoon the Third Year presented the choral reading, "The Princess and the Page." Third Year.

BANQUET

'Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lindahl

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stroup

The annual banquet at the st. Paul Hilton Hotel was the social highlight of the year. Among the evening's activities were an outstanding musical program and the selection of an honor student. 54


GRADUATION Seated: Rev. Clarence Nelson, Rev. S. G. Norris, Rev. C. G. Weeks, Rev. Calvin Rigdon. Standing: Rev. R. P. Kloepper, Rev. Fred Kinzie, Rev. William Connell.

During the ceremony.

Rev. and Mrs. S. G. Norris with Rev. C. G. Weeks, commencement speaker.

Farewell to the Graduates.

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"And if you'll vote for me ••• " "That's my dad!"

"I'm trying as hard as I can!"

"You'll get a charge out of this!"

" •••and don't you scoff itl"

"Sorry••• no mail today!"

"Don't take my picture!"

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"My big moment!"


CLASS OFFICERS: President: Larry Arrowood Secretary: Gwen Corey Vice-President: Bob Myre

First Year First Year Girls' Trio:

Carol Horney Debbie Hunt Judy Hamm

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Bob Addington Louisville, Colo. Larry M. Arrowood Newport, Ky. David Athey Newark, Ohio William Bailey Columbus, Ohio Nancy Baldwin Upper Sandusky, Ohio Marilynn Barrett Winnipeg, Manitoba Karen Bealer Grove City, Ohio Kathy Bealer "B" Grove City, Ohio Janice Beam Palmer, Ark. Kenneth R. Beckett Parkersburg, W. Va. Buford Blizzard Columbus, Ga. Ron Bohn "B" San Antonio, Tex.

Linda Books Paris, Ill. Lynn Bramlett "B" Abingdon, Ill. Beverly Brown Lancaster, Ohio Larry J. W. Brown "B" Sherman, Tex. Roger Brown Newark, Ohio Mark Burgess Eau Claire, Wis. James A. Caldwell Dickinson, Tex. Robert Card Racine, Wis. John Carroccio Thorp, Wis. Gary Carter Panama City, Fla. Judy Chamberlain Aqincourt, Ontario Maurice Charlton Beloit, Wis.

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Tracy Collins Panama City, Fla. Robert D. Cook Ashville, Ohio Ronnie Cooper Dayton, Ohio Gwendolyn Corey Mystic, Conn. Kathleen Crum St. Louis, Mo. Jack O. Davis "B" Peoria, Ill. Susan Day Duluth, Minn. Jon DelVecchio Sioux Falls, S. D. Alan L. Demos St. Paul, Minn. Lee Doebler Clawson, Mich. Eugene Dorsett Sioux Falls, S. D. Ken D. Downey Columbus, Ohio Robert Jarrell Duhe Baton Rouge, La. Robert Dyer Princeton, Ill. Nan Dyson North Little Rock, Ark. Jack M. Ebright Oshkosh, Wis. Jesse Edwards Philadelphia, Pa. Jerry Emrich Columbus, Ohio Dorothy Englert Dover, Del. Stephen N. Grayson Indianapolis, Ind. Donita Hall Raceland, Ky. Alice Hamlett Oran, Mo. Judy Hamm Newark, Del. Thurston Haulmersley Dayton, Ohio

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David Harness Indianapolis, Ind. Eddie Darrell Harris Oklahoma City, Okla. Marilyn Harrod Claremore, Okla. Dianne Hart Parkersburg, W. Va. Suzanne Hart Parkersburg, W. Va. Delbert Hayes Columbus, Ohio Wanda Herring Ocala, Fla. Julie Ann Hickey Frankfort, Ind. Derrald Hilderbrand Oak Lawn, Ill. James Hogg Columbus, Ohio Kenneth W. Holmes Newark, Ohio Carol Jean Horney White Hall, Ill.

Donald Howard Lima, Ohio Debbie Hunt Ypsilanti, Mich. Debbie James Cedar Lake, Ind. Gene Jester uB" Peoria, Ill. Debra Jones "B" Miami, Fla. Donna Beth Jones Miami, Fla. David James Kiner "B" Grove City, Ohio Darlene Lynay Larson Superior, Wis. Vickie Love Tallahassee, Fla. James Gordy Lumpkin, Jr. Ft. Smith, Ark. Winton E. Maki Beloit, Wis. Dan Mansur LaCrescent, Minn.


John Martin Lima, Ohio Mary McDonald Paris, Ill. Claudia Jean McGraw Superior, Wis. Janet McNally Kokomo, Ind. Louis Mensonides Tacoma, Wash. Kathy Messer Fairbanks, Alas. Jack R. Metz Peoria, Ill. Judy Metz Peoria, Ill. Joyce Ann Mitchell QUincy, Ill. Ronny R. Mitchell Milwaukee, Wis. Janine Mortensen Shell Lake, Wis. Bob Myre Shreveport, La. Elaine H. Nelson Sto Petersburg, Fla. Barbara Norris St. Paul, Minn. Kathy Palmersten St. Paul, Minn. Charlie Pinkston Columbus, Ga. David Wayne Powers "B" Lansing, Mich. Reita Price Frankfort, Ind. Richard Price Frankfort, Ind. Donna Kay Ramella Columbus, Ohio Doreen Reed Kokomo, Ind. Ron Reichow "B" St. Paul, Minn. Howard Rightsell "B" Danville, Ill. Henry Ritchie Schofield, Wis.

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Wanda Robbins Panama City, Fla. Bonnie Rodeheaver Charlestown, Md. Wanda Rothenberger Indianapolis, Ind. Sandy Rothering tlB" Winona, Minn. Jeffery W. Snyder Indianapolis, Ind. Brett G. Taylor Duluth, Minn. Gregory Taylor Indianapolis, Ind. Karen Taylor Downs, Ill. Helen Tilghman Charleston, W. Va. Linda Tracy Crawfordsville, Ind. Sue Vogel St. Paul, Minn. Sharon Wardrop Pittsburg, Pa.

Dale F. Welch Franksville, Wis. William Wertman Racine, Wis. Jelaine West Indianapolis, Ind. Rick Whitake Anderson, Ind. Gary Wilk Marion, Wis. Richard L. Willis Effingham, Ill. Marsha Wilson St. Louis, Mo. James Wunderlich St. Paul, Minn.

Linda Yabs Detroit, Mich. Shirley Yarwood Rochester, t\,1inn.

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CLASS OFFICERS: President: Neal Blizzard Secretary: Denise Crabtree Vice-President: Mike Crist

Second Year The Second Year Hillbillies: Glen Nance Glynn Wheat Ned Wheat Ralph Reed

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Sharon Atchison Fon Lauderdale, Fla. Neal Blizzard Columbus, Ga. Fay Brannon Montclair, Calif. Keith E. Brooks Juniper, New Brunswick Laura Brooks Athens, Ohio Pam Bryan "B" Lima, Ohio Tim Bryan "B" Lima, Ohio Denise Crabtree Miami, Fla. Mike Crist Palmyra, Ill. Marsha Cundiff Columbus, Ohio Jonathan Cupoli New Palestine, Ind. Ellen Deel Charleston, W. Va.

Eugene Dent Duluth, Minn. Cecil Dewey Sarnia, Ontario Lloyd Dunaway Vandalia, m. Marilyn Duplissey Denver, Colo. Theresa Eastman Pomery, Ohio Clarence Enmen, Jr. New Lexington, Ohio Gary Fishback Frankfort, Ind. Tom Friend Rayland, Ohio Kenny W. Gastineau Bloomington, Ill. Virginia Ann Gibbs Princeton, Ill. Helen Gregg Beecher City, m. Anita Hale Leesville, La.

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Charlene Hampton Columbus, Ohio Mary Ellen Jeffries Fayetteville, W. Va. Peggy Jenkins Newark, Ohio Sharon Johnson Vidor, Tex. Terry Johnson Panama City, Fla. Bill Kennedy "B" Morgantown, W. Va. Marian Kinney Onawa, Iowa Claudette Kloepper Tupelo, Miss. William Larson St. Paul, Minn. Patty Lawrence "B" Charleston, W. Va. Virgil Lipford Marianna, Fla. Richard Litteral New Lexington, Ohio Heather MacMullen Mandan, N. Dak. Carol Martens New Berlin, Wis. Leonard Marx Milwaukee, Wis. Cynthia McC reary Neward, Ohio Carolynn Mena "B" Elkhart, Ind. Brenda Metcalf Elgin, Ill. Alice Mitchell Quincy, Ill. Ida Montano Grants, New Mex.

Glendon Nance Oklahoma City, Okla. J. C. Panska St. Paul, Minn. Linda Post New Brunswick, Canada Lesley Rauch Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Ralph Reed, Jr. Rising Sun, Md. Larry Sims Panama City, Fla. Diane Spencer Lincoln, Ill. David Staten Indianapolis, Ind. Judy Steltenpohl Marshfield, Wis. Glen Stickler Miami, Fla. Robert Stroup Anderson, Ind. Clarke Strunk Cincinnati, Ohio Sheila Sutterfield Little Rock, Ark. Llynn Tharpe Indianapolis, Ind. Ronald Thompson Anoka, Minn. Berni Tilghman Charleston, W. Va. Ann Tompkins Plaster Rock, N. B. Sherrie Vaughn Superior, Wis. Howard Wearmouth Colfax, Iowa Glyn Wheat Baton Rouge, La. Ned Wheat Baton Rouge, La. Bill Whitsitt "B" Norman, Okla. Carol Williams Dayton, Ohio Daniel Wilson Frankfort, Ky. Marie Young Spencerville, Ohio


CLASS OFFICERS: President: John Nordstrom Secretary: Sue Manuwal Vice President: Frank Campbell

Third Year Class Outing.

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Keith B. Barrett "B" Winnipeg, Manitoba Patrica Bergren Minneapolis, Minn. Barry Bleigh Parkersburg, W. Va.

Patricia Bollmann St. Paul, Minn. Susan Bowe St. Paul, Minn. Ron Brown Winnipeg, Manitoba

Jeannie Buckli Eau Claire, Wis. Frank Campbell Columbus, Ohio Jean Campbell Columbus, Ohio

Larry Chambers St. Louis, Mo. Jim Churchill "B" St. Paul, Minn. Ricky Collins Panama City, Fla.

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Elaine Conley Plymouth, Ind. Allen Crabtree Panama City, Fla. John Davis Herrin, Ill.

Kenneth Evig Billings, Mont. Charles Fitch Holyoke, Mass. Gary Fosdick Tiskilwa, lll.

Thomas Gallion Wentzville, Mo. Joyce Gill Lima, Ohio Adelle Green "B" Smyrna, Del.

David Hale Herrin, Ill. Clinton Hall Bloomfield, Mo. Sheila Hall Jackson, Mich.

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Shirland Hardman Indianapolis, Ind. Lanette Harris Savannah, Tenn. John Hill Springfield, Mass.

Linda Hill Savannah, Tenn David Hodge Marion, Ind. Pat Jenkins Thorntown, Ind.

Pat Kepler St. Louis, Mo. Gene Kessler Belleville, Ill. Jeannie Larson St. Paul, Minn.

Mary Loudermilk St. Albans, W. Va. Ronald Lovins Crawfordsville, Ind. Dale Mackey Knoxville, Iowa

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Larry Malarz St. Paul, Minn. Rachel Malarz St. Paul, Minn. Sue Manuwal Racine, Wis.

R. L. Martin Sullivan, Ill. Mary Jo. Meredith Union Grove, Wis. Diann Moffett Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

Donald Morris "B" Upper Sandusky, Ohio Christie Nelsen Des Moines, Iowa Duane Nelson Claremore, Okla.

John Nordstrom Princeton, Ill. Steven Pummill Le Roy, Ill. Evelyn Ratcliff Lafayette, Ind.

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Cathleen Shirel Jackson, Mich. Olen Shirel Chelsea, Okla. Jean Soberg St. Paul, Minn.

Vicki Tabor Arcola, 111. Richard Thompson Bloomington, Ind. James Turner Crawfordsville, Ind.

Preston Vaughn "B" Herrin, Ill. Barbara Warren Oklahoma City, Okla. Terry Warren Glen Park, Ind.

Jerry Wheat Bogalusa, La. Flo Williams Dayton, Ohio Alma Wolfangel Cincinnati, Ohio

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"8" Class

In memory of Doris Olson, of the "B" Class of 1970, who passed away on September 25, 1969. Those close to her knew of her eagerness to testily to a soul, any time and any place. Her love for God will be remembered by all.

CLASS OFFICERS: Vice-President: David Kiner President: Bill Whitsitt Secretary: Carolyn Mena

Richard Adams Peoria, Ill. Kyrah Bevis Paris, Ill.

Lennie Cox Natchitoches, La. Dudley Hill Bridgeport, Conn. Jim McPhaill Visalia, Calif.

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CLASS OFFICERS: President: Dan Rigdon Secretary: Ruth Evig Vice-President: Larry Jenkins

Fourth Year

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Timothy Bollmann Milwaukee, Wis. Robert Erickson St. Paul, Minn.

Ruth Evig Billings, Mont. Daniel Gill Elwood, Ind. Mickey Graham Flint, Mich.

Gene Hallmark Columbus, Ohio Larry Jenkins Thorntown, Ind. Dennis Lee Stanley, Wis.

Paul Merwine Columbus, Ohio Dennis Moffett Savannah, Tenn. Dan Rigdon Baton Rouge, La.

Ruben Winchell Nelsonville, Ohio Raymond Yarwood Rochester, Minn.

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A.BJ. Visitors Rev. Marvin Treece, Lake Charles, La.

Rev. Orville Crabtree, son and daughter-in-law Panama City. Fla. Eddie John 10n, daughters Sharon and Patty, Vidor, Texas

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Wlttl uaugmcr son Stephen. Greenwood, Ind.

Rev. William Cole, Asia

Rev. & Mrs. R. P. Kloepper and daughter Claudette, Tupelo, Miss.

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Rev. Harry Scism and Indian Pastor

Rev. William Connell, Ocala, Fla., with student Alien Crabtree. Rev. & Mrs. Jacob Stirnemann and daughter, Brainerd, Minn. Rev. Ed Guinn, St. Louis, Mo.

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Rev. Don lVloehlenpah, Rochester, Minn,

Wycliffe Bible Translators, Mr. & Mrs. Jacobs, and naci ve

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Rev. Mervyn Peever, Channing, "Manitoba, Can.

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Rev. & Mrs. Clarence Nelson, Claremore. Okla., with Oklahoma students.

Rev. James Blackshear, Clintonville, Wis.

Rev. Francis McKenzie, St. Louis, Mo.

Rev. CarLMena with daughter Carolyn!l, Elkhart. lnd.

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Rev. Ed Lucas, Vandalia, Ill. Rev. & Mrs. Nicholas Bibbs, Fortville, lnd., with In<1iana students.

Rev. & Mrs. Francis Ellis, Milwaukee, Wis.

Evangelist & Mrs. Emmett Kaske. Madison, Wis.

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Alumni Missionaries The John Brian Family -

The Robert Roh Family -

Australia

Denmark The Robert Norris Family -

The John Hall Family -

Brazil

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"Happy Birthday, dear Dalel"

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APPROVAL

BOARD OF EDUCATION, ST ATE OF MINNESOTA VETERAN'S ADMINISTRATION Title 38; U. S. CodeChapt. 31 Voc. Rehab. Chapt. 34 G. 1. Veterans Chapt. 35 Widows and dependents IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT Washington, D. C. NATIONAL SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM Washington, D. C. BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCA nON of the United Pentecostal Church, St. Louis, Mo •

LOCATION

The Apostolic Bible Institute, Inc., is located in St. Paul, Minnesota, the capital city of the State. It is equally accessible to the business areas of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, via Interstate 94 and 494. St. Paul has a population of 350,000. It is an educational center, the home of many colleges, universities, and schools. Its temperate climate is conducive to study. The school is also in the heart of a great metropolis which offers numerous opportunities for employment. An international airport brings us students from many parts of United States and the world.

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OFFICIAL BOARD

Rev. S. G. Norris •••••••••.••••••.•••••••• President Rev. R. G. Cook .••••.•••..••.•••.••••• Vice President Mrs. Jessie A. Norris •.•••••••••.•• Secretary - Treasurer

TRUSTEE BOARD

Rev. S. G. Norris ••••••.••••..••••.• St. Paul, Minnesota Mrs. Jessie A. Norris ••.•.•.•.••••••• St. Paul, Minnesota Rev. George Chambers • • . . . . . • . • . • . . . • . Columbus, Ohio Rev. L. J. Roshon . . . • • . . • . • • • • • . • . • . . . • • Ironton, Ohio Rudolph F. Bowe . . . . . . . . . . • • . • • • • . • • St. Paul, Minnesota

ADVISORY BOARD

Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev.

J. T. Brooks ••...•••••.••.••••. So. Beloit, Illinois H. E. Dyer . . . . • . . • . • . . . . . • • • • . • • • • Newark, Ohio Wm. George . . . . • . . . . . • • . . Albuquerque, New Mexico W. C. Gleason . . • . . • . • • . . • • • . . . . St. Paul, Minnesota Fred Kinzie ..•••••••••••..••.•.••• Toledo, Ohio Paul Leaman •.•••••.••...••••••• Detroit, Michigan Robert McFarland ••••..•..•••••••. Marion, Indiana C. A. Nelson . • . • • • • • . • . . • . . . • Claremore, Oklahoma Calvin Rigdon . • • • . • . . . • • • . . . Baton Rouge, Louisiana W. J. Rolston ••••.•..••.•• Plaster Rock, N.B., Canada Wayne Rooks ••••••••••...••.••.••• Miami, Florida Oliver Spencer ..••••••••.•••.•.•• Bronx, New York A. D. Varnado ••••••••••••.••••..•. OtiS, Louisiana

ALUMNI PRESIDENT, Committee of 100

Rev. Wm. Connell .••••.•••.•••••.••••.. Ocala, Florida

ALUMNI SECRETARY-TREASURER, Committee of 100

Rev. Gerald F. Grant ••.•.•••••••••••• St. Paul, Minnesota

Endorsed by United Pentecostal Church, Inc., St. Louis, Mo., 63118 87

ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL


HISTORY

Rev. S. G. Norris possessed a deep conviction early in 1937 concerning the need for trained Pentecostal workers. This callto-teach grew into a responsibility, not only to Rev. Norris' own heart, but to members of Midway Pentecostal Tabernacle, where he pastored. So much so that united impetus was recorded in the minutes of the Tabernacle on May 21, 1937: "The congregation met and decided to have a Bible School beginning October 4, 1937. The school, to be supported by tuition and pledges from members." - A. G. Z'Jewstrand, Sec. After much prayer and many sacrifices the doors of the Tabernacle were opened to fourteen students - the pioneers of the Institute. Dedicated faculty members, full of the Spirit of God, joined in the effort to train young men and women for Gospel work. On April 21, 1943, Apostolic Bible Institute "as incorporated under the laws of the State of Minnesota as a non-profit institute for religious education and for training of ministers of the Gospel and missionaries, and to continue the work which was founded in October, 1937. Several years later, Midway Pentecostal Tabernacle purchased a church building at Hague and Victoria Aves. in St. Paul. Apostolic Bible Institute occupied the former Tabernacle for several years. Growth of the school necessitated the purchasing of a school building at 745 Grand Ave. The 464 Pierce St. building was then remodeled into an eleven-apartment building for married students. Dormitories at 721, 736, and 713 Lincoln Ave., and 449 Beacon St., prOVided liVing space for single students. The purchase of a forty-acre campus in the Fall of 1966 and the erection of an administration building plus an auditorium seating over five hundred, three dormitories plus the purchase of an additional dormitory at 2510 Hudson Rd., comprise the Institute's efforts thus far. In humility we bow with thankfulness to the One who gave the inspiration in 1937. In thankfulness we acknowledge the loyal cooperation of the members of Midway Pentecostal Tabernacle (now Apostolic Bible Church) and the faculty and staff. All these, and more, have transformed Rev. Norris' vision into a tangible reality, God has given Apostolic Bible Institute twelve full time faculty members, representing one hundred and seventy-eight years of Bible school teaching experience, three full time dormitory supervisors plus twelve staff members. What a modern-day Pentecostal miraclel

OBJECTIVES

From October, 1937, until the present date, Apostolic Bible Institute emphasizes training of ministers of the Gospel, evangelists, missionaries, Sunday School teachers and workers and efficient lay workers. The final cbjective is the Christian worker, in whatever field his calling lies, efficiently trained for the promulgation of the Gospel. The Institute strives for extensive knowledge of th ible, with special emphasis on knowledge of the Pentecostal doctrines. All courses are field tested and proven to "work" in the Pentecostal church. They are vocationally slanted. Some students, not called or fitted for the field of religion in a leadership capacity, have gone on to become teachers. Others attend the Bible Institute to obtain a firm background in a general Bible education as a foundation for life. However, the majority of students go into active work for the Lord and therefore are trained with that in mind.

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To train the young student in a disciplined Christian life, leading him into deeper spiritual understanding of the things of God. To lead the student to a degree of maturity and seriousness necessary for a minister.

SECONDARY OBJECTIVES

To cultivate in the enrollee a love for study and research in Bible subjects. To fit the student for life correlated to the ministry. To develop in him a concern for others, to be useful in his community especially in his role as a Christian.

We believe the Bible to be inspired of God - the infallible Word of God. The basic and fundamental doctrine of Apostolic Bible Institute is the Bible standard of full salvation - repentance, baptism in water by immersion in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the baptism of the Holy Ghost with the initial sign of speaking with other tongues as the Spirit gives utterance. We believe in the one everliving eternal God, infinite in power, holy in nature, attributes and purpose and possessing absolute indivisible deity. This one true God has revealed Himself as Father, through His Son, in redemption and as the Holy Spirit, by emanation. (l Cor. 8:6, Eph. 4:6, II COL 5:19, Joel 2:28.) The Son of God. The one true God, the Jehovah of the Old Testament, took upon Himself the form of man, and as the Son of man, was born of the virgin Mary. As Paul says, "and without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory." I Tim. 3:16. The Name ••. "His name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor. the Mighty God, the Everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace:' "And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call His name Jesus: for He shall save His people from their sins." Matt. 1:21. Healing. We believe that the vicarious suffering of the Lord Jesus Christ paid for the healing of our bodies, as for the salvation of our SQuls. "Himself took our infirmities and bare our sicknesses." Matt. 8:17. Jesus said of believers •.. "they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover." "Is any sick among you? 'Let him call for the elders of the church and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord and the prayer of faith will save the sick, and the Lord shall raise him up." James 5:14-16. Holiness. We approve of every activity which will promote the interest of spiriitual progress and the soon coming of the Lord for His Church. However, evidences of worldliness which are not conducive to Christianity and godly living and which will prohibit being taken in the rapture, we firmly disallow. Rapture. We believe that the time is drawing near when our Lord shall appear; then the" ..• the dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air. .." I Thess. 4: 13-17.

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DOCTRINAL STATEMENT


FACULTY

REV. S. G. NORRIS, President, Old Testament, Doctrine, Epistles, Advanced Epistles, Church Government, Public Speaking, Business Law, Advanced Church Government. Ohio State University; Thirty-six years pastoral experience. Thirty-three years teaching at Apostolic Bible Institute.

RUTH FOSTER, Designing Apostolic Bible Institute, Macalester College. Eleven years teaching experience at Apostolic Bible Institute.

REV. WENDELL GLEASON, Gospels, Acts, Minor Prophets, Major Prophets, Bible Geography, Glee Club, Music, ~peech, Drama. Veteran, U. S. Army, Apostolic Bible Institute, MacPhail Music College, University of Minnesota. Twenty-one years Asst. minister Apostolic Bible Church. Twenty-one years teaching experience at Apostolic Bible Institute.

MRS. ELEANOR GRANT, Religious Education, Journalism, Christian Etiquette. Apostolic Bible Institute, Macalester College, Nineteen years teaching experience at Apostolic Bible Institute.

REV. GERALD GRANT, Church History, Business Law, BUilding Construction, Courts and Business Law. Apostolic Bible Institute, Macalester College, Asst. minister Apostolic Bible Church, Thirteen years teaching experience at Apostolic Bible Institute.

REV. DALE HODGES, Bible Geography, English, Personal Evangelism, Hobby Club Trai.ning. Apostolic Bible Institute, Worthington Junior College, University of Minnesota. Three and one-half years teaching experience at Apostolic Bible Institute.

DAVID HODGES, Piano, Organ. Apostolic Bible Institute graduate. perience at Apostolic Bible Institute.

Two years teaching ex-

MRS. C. E. LUNDQUIST, former Missions, Library. Apostolic Bible Institute teacher for thi.rty-three years.

JOHN NORDSTROM, ~nglish, Ass't. Child Psychology, Ass't. Educational Psychology, Ass't. Epistles, Music, Drama. Northern Illinois University, Teacher Princeton and Peru, Illinois schools, Apostolic Bible Institute.

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MRS. JESSIE A. NORRIS, Child Psychology, Educational Psychology, Applied Psychology, Storytelling, Choral Reading. Ohio State University, B.A., Macalester College plus extra credits. Apostolic Bible Institute. Thirty-two years teaching experience at Apostolic Bible Institute.

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English, Religion Analysis, Church History Analysis, Public Speaking, Apologetics, Homiletics, Orchestra. Apostolic Bible Institute, Winona State Teachers College, B.A., University of Minnesota. Seven years teaching experience at Apostolic Bible Institute.

REV. DAN RIGDON Personal Evangelism, Missions, Apostolic Bible Institute. One year teaching experience .

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SCHOOLING

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Apostolic Bible Institute, Inc., offers graduates of a three year Theology course and fourth-year graduates of the Advanced Theology course a diploma. This entitles graduates to a General License with the United Pentecostal Church, Inc.

ASSOCIATION Apostolic Bible Institute, Inc., is associated with the United Pentecostal Church, Inc., St. Louis, Mo., 63118. It cooperates with the beliefs of this organization and its doctrinal position has been lifted from the manual of that organization.

PRICE Apostolic Bible Institute, Inc., offers, as it always has, Christian education at the lowest cost which we can possibly charge. We are offering well-qualified, full time teachers, who work for the school all year.

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ENTRANC E REQUIREMENTS THEOLOGY COURSE. Three Year Course. Born again experience: repentance, baptism in water in the Name of Jesus Christ, reception of the Holy Ghost (or seeking) according to Acts 2;4. A life of holiness. A teachable spirit. A willingness to obey Apostolic Bible Institute rules. A sincere desire to study God's Word. 1. At least seventeen (17) years of age. 2. A high school graduate. (non-graduates admitted by special examination.) 3. Three satisfactory character references, one from his present pastor. 4. A satisfactory health certificate and chest x-ray report from his physician. Must be sound mentally, also. 5. A transcript of credits from his last school. 6. Payment of $ 10.00 matriculation fee - non-refundable.

ADVANDED THEOLOGY COURSE. Fourth Year Course. Born Again experience: repentance, baptism in water in the Name of Jesus Christ, reception of the Holy Ghost according to Acts 2:4. A life of holiness. A teachable spirit. A willingness to obey Apostolic Bible Institute rules. A sincere desire to study God's Word. Mental ability to grasp fourth year subjects. 1. At least twenty (20) years of age. 2. A high school graduate and a graduate of an approved three year course in Theology either from Apostolic Bible Institute or another approved Bible College. 3. Three satisfactory character references, one from his present pastor. 4. A satisfactory health certificate and chest x-ray report from his physician. Must be sound mentally, also. 5. A transcript of credits from his last school. 6. Payment of $ 10.00 matriculation fee - non-refundable.

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DOCTRINE, 121

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One Semester, Two Hours a Week, Two Credits

i::rBIBLE

The difference between John the Baptist's experience and that of Apostle Paul. Holy, Righteous and Wicked. The difference between the Rapture of the Church and the White Throne Judgment. Where are the Dead? Demonstrations, charts, blackboard drawings, question bees and recitations make for interesting learning of a difficult subject.

OLD TESTAMENT, 140 One Semester, Four Hours a Week, Four Credits A study of the Pentateuch (first five books). The Days of Creation. The patriarchs from Adam to Moses. The beginning of the Hebrew race. The call of Abraham. The migration from Canaan to Egypt. A thorough study of the Law given to Moses. The Tabernacle Plan. The Levitical Priesthood. OLD TEST AMENT, 141 One Semester, Four Hours a Week. Four Credits The conquest of Canaan - Joshua. The heights and depths of the uncertain time of the Judges. The Book of Ruth - a ten year oasis during the period of the Judges. 1st and 2nd Samuel - a great judge's formula for victory through prayer instead of warfare. The great Kings (assisted by prophets) - Saul, David and Solomon. The division of the kingdom - Israel from Jeroboam through Hoshea, 721 B.C., and their captivity to Assyria. Judah and its fall to Babylon in two captivities 606 and 588 B.C. Daniel's book - the backbone of prophecy. Gentile empires - Babylon, MediaPersia, Greece and Rome. A Bible-packed course - it opens the scholar's mind to a host of thrilling experiences. DOCTRINE, 120

DOCTRINE, 220 One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits The churches of Asia - their depiction of Church Ages. The Rapture. God's plan for the Jews. The three sets of judgments - seals, trumpets and vials. The martyrdom of those who stand for Christ in the tribulation. The rise of the harlot church. The coming of the man of sin - 666 the Anti-Christ. The Battle of Armageddon. Students are thrilled as many of the events prophesied of in this course come to pass in this generation. DOCTRINE, 221 One Semester. Three Hours a Week, Three Credits The thousand years of peace - the Millenium. The last resurrection and the destination of the righteous and the wicked. Wilful versus ignorant sin. Marriage and divorce. Eternal Security and other false doctrines. Puzzling phases of doctrine are examined in this study with special reference to the above subjects,

One Semester, Two Hours a Week, Two Credits EPISTLES, 340 Aim: to train students to be able to understand and explain the great doctrines of the Bible. The Mighty God in Christ, "Let us make man." Water baptism in the Name of Jesus Christ. The evidence of the reception of the Holy Ghost.

One Semester, Four Hours a Week, Four Credits First Thessalonians: The coming of the Lord for His Church. The details of proper Christian behavior. Detailed explanation of the rapture (or translation) of the Church from earth to heaven. Second Thessalonians: The clearest account of progress of Anti-Christ (other than Revelation). Anti-Christ's final declaration that He is God. First Corinthians I - 8: "The Tabernacle Plan of the New Testament." Marriage problems separation, divorce. EPISTLES, 341 One Semester, Four Hours a Week. Four Credits The Lord's Supper. Operations of the nine gifts of the Holy Spirit. Great lessons on charity. The resurrection. Romans: Chapter by chapter analysis. continued 98


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ENGAGEMENTS AND MARRIAGE Students must obtain special permission from the President to be engaged or married while in school. This permission will not be granted first year students. This ruling also applies to engagements or marriage during the summer vacation period.

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CLOTHING Students are asked to observe rules of decency and modesty in the choice of wearing apparel. Classroom attire establishes the wellgroomed ministerial effect and trains the young student in correct appearance. No casual clothes are allowed in the classroom. Ties are a "must:' Both young ladies and young men dress as Christians.

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LAUNDRY Dormitories are equipped with washers and dryers. Dry cleaning must be taken to a nearby cleaner.

PART TIME EMPLOYMENT Students have no difficulty in obtaining part time work. Almost every student who attends Apostolic Bible Institute works on such an arrangement. The afternoons - after 2 P.M. are available for such work. We run bus routes to take and pick up students at their employment.

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Students must obtain permission from the office before bringing u car to Apostolic Bible Institute. All students who have cars must also carry Public Liability coverage, Property Damage coverage, regardless of the state registration. Each owner of a car registers his insurance policy number and license number when registering for classes. He also must have a valid driver's license. The owner of a car is not to loan his car to others without permission of the office. He is also not to use his car for transporting those of the opposite sex without permission. There is ample parking room for cars on our forty acre campus.

Mail is received once a day at the Institute and Is distributed the students in private mail slots. A U.S. mail box for the collection of mail stands in our entrance hall and the mail is collected every day but Sunday.

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SCHOOL PAPER THE PENTECOSTAL WAY. This paper is printed on a monthly basis and contains news from alumni as well as articles written by faculty members and students.

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SCHOOL YEARBOOK THE WAY. This annual has been published for many years and forms a collector's item to supplement previous copies. We are complimented when we see these annuals in a long row in our friends' bookshelves.

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DORMITORY ROOMS Dormitory rooms are comfortable and clean. All rooms are outside rooms and equipped with ample furniture. All students maintain their own rooms and are responsible for cleanliness and tidiness. No cooking is permitted in dormitory rooms. No electrical applianCes are allowed. Lunches and "snacks" are provided by the dormitory supervisor occasionally at her or his discretion.

GENERAL INFORMATION

All single students are required to reside in the dormitory except those residing with parents locally. Each student is given a STUDENT RULE BOOK which is his guide for conduct while at Apostolic Bible Institute.

HOUSING MARRIED STUDENTS

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Housing for married students is available within easy driving distance from the Institute. Eleven apartments are available in our own housing. All other apartments must be rented.

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Since linens are not provided by the school. students should bring them. Sheets. pillow -cases. blankets. bedspreads, I pillow. and towels are listed as linens. The Oxford - King James version of the Bible is suggested for class use. The Apostolic Bible Institute orchestra will welcome new students who bring their musical instruments.

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Students are taught the privilege of prayer. but they are also required to pray at least fifteen minutes a day. However, there are many opportunities for prayer. Each class has its assigned periods of prayer. Each class period opens with prayer. On Thursdays and Sundays a one hour prayer period is available for students besides prayer time and altar work at our regular services. Devotional services in the curriculum also gives the advantage of prayer.

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Church services at the Apostolic Bible Church are not only compulsory but a joyful duty. There the students see in action many of the lessons learned during classes. Sunday School, Sunday Morning Worship. Sunday Evening Evangelistic services, Thursday night prayer and worship services and revival services must be attended by the students. Permission must be granted to be excused.

VISITING MINISTERS Students are privileged to hear the finest preachers. missionaries and ministers in our organization as they minister to Apostolic Bible Church.

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HONOR POINT SYSTEM One hundred and twenty (120) honor points are necessary for graduation. A student who earns fifty (50) honor points per semester is on the President's honor roll and obtains a certification of honor point acknowledgment. The President's graduation honor roll consists of those who have obtained three hundred (300) honor points. Example of honor points for a three (3) credit course:

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STUDENT EXPENSES Tuition per seml#Pter .•.•.••••••••.. $ 150.00 Matriculation fee per semester, non-refundable ..••....•.••••••.•• 10.00 Room Deposit ••••..••••••.•••••••• 20.00 Refundable at end of semester ••.•..•. 10.00 Late Registration fee, first day ...•••.•..•••••.•••••.. 1.00 .50 each day after first day . . . • • . . . • • . • • Auditing fee - per semester hour . . . . . . • . 7.00 Piano Lessons - per semester ...••••••• 40.00 Organ Lessons - per semester ....••••• 50.00 withdrawal fee (piano - organ) •.•.••.. 8.00 Girl's and Boy's room - weekly ••••••••. 6.00 16.00 Girl's Board - weekly •••.••..•••• 19.00 Boy's Board - weekly •••.• 0

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Time payment on past due accounts .•••.• one percent per month

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REFUND SCHEDULE Not more than $ 10.00 of the registration fee shall be deemed non-refundable. All other charges, tuition and fees will be based on a daily pro rata basis.

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STAFF Richard Litteral, Boys' Dormitory Supervisor Apostolic Bible Institute Judy Penrod, Girls' Dormitory Supervisor Texas Bible College Larry Jenkins, Boys' Dormitory Supervisor Apostolic Bible Institute 94


LATE REGISTRATION

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Late registrations are accepted only with the approval of the President. It is understood that all work in all classes that is missed by late registration will be made up within three weeks. In case of delay in registration beyond the registration date indicated in the Bible Institute's calendar, afineofone dollar will be imposed for the first day and fifty cents for each day thereafter. No waiver of fee or portion of tuition will be granted for late registration.

CHANGE IN SUBJEC T

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Changes in subjects will be permitted only within two weeks after registration.

INCOMPLETE WORK

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Incomplete work must be finished within three weeks after the issuance of report cards. Otherwise, credit will not be given for the course.

ABSENCES AND LEAVES

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STANDARDS OF PROGRESS

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Report cards are issued once a semester. A student may obtain progress reports at any time from an instructor. Grades depend upon class discussion, homework, tests, final examinations as well as attitude, ability and effort. Each instructor adheres to the standard grading policy: Excellent Good Average Passing Failure

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GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS The three ye8.Y Theology course requires one hundred and twenty (120) hours credits. (The usual load for a student is twenty (20) hours per semester.) Also, each graduating student must attain one hundred and twenty honor points for graduation. (AS each C grade hour is equal to one honor point, graduating students must obtain at least a C average, unless the student, because of a debility, obtains a modified diploma or is a special student, receiving a special diploma.) Also, no diploma will be given to a student who has not met all of his financial obligations to the school. He also must have completed all required subjects. 93

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Mr. & Mrs. F. Sanders, Sr. 440 Lakeview Ave. St. Paul, Minn. 55119 Mr. & Mrs. George Schmitt 219 9th Ave. N. So. St. Paul, Minn. 55112 Mr. & Mrs. H. F. Shoemaker P. O. Box 971 North Pole, Alaska 99705

Mr. & Mrs. Mike Testa 418 W. Wheelock Pkwy. St. Paul, Minn. 55117

Daniel Weisbrod 436 Lakeview Ave. St. Paul, Minn. 55119

Rev. Thomas L. Tharp 1613 Kelly Joliet, Ill. 60435

Mrs. Harley Welch Rt. 2, Box 415 Franksville, Wis. 53126

James Thompson Box 207 Linden, Wis. 53553

Stanley & M. L. Sleeva 1441 S. East St. Indianapolis, Ind. 46225

Mrs. Edith Tompkins R. R. 2, Plaster Rock New Brunswick Canada

Mr. & Mrs. Orville Snedegar 7222 Venus Dr. Columbia, So. Carolina

United Pentecostal Church Rev. H. C. Shearer P. O. Box 115 Bourbon, Ind. 46504

Celesta M. Syfert 8 W. Harrison Villa Grove, Ill. 61956

Walter M. & Victoria Wasco R. D. 1 Lyons Falls, N. Y. 13368

Rev. & Mrs. Roy Well 143 Rutherford Findlay, Ohio 45840 Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Wheat 808 E. 3rd St. Bogalusa, La. 70427 Carl Wolfangel 7268 Clough Rd. Cincinnati, Ohio 45244

Mrs. Marion Wood Mr. & Mrs. J. Kenneth Stanfield Mr. & Mrs. Pedro Verdeja, Sr. 800 S. W. 31 699 N. McKnight Rd. Apt. 103 Oklahoma City, Okla. 73109 1003 W. Putnam St. Paul, Minn. 55119 Princeton, Ill. 61356 Rev. & Mrs. Leonard Wurch Warren S. Walker St. Owens Rev. Jacob Stirnemann 1843 Roselawn Manitoba 219 Florence St. Canada St. Paul, Minn. 55113 Brainerd, Minn. 56401

A.BJ. Committee of 100 The Committee of 100 was formed in 1965 to assist in the developmvnt of the Apostolic Bible Institute through systematic giving. Its members contribute $25.00 or more each year to A.B.I. In return they receive a free soft-back edition of the annual, a free subscription to the school paper, "The Pentecostal Way," and a free ticketto the graduation banquet in St. Paul. Membership is open to all friends and alumni of A.B.I. Contact: A.B.I. Committee of 100, P.O.Box 7512, St. Paul, Minn., 55119. The follOWing is a list of committee members and the number of times each has contributed through the committee. Dale Aaron (1) Agnes Anderson (4) Ruth Antonson (1) Sandra Arndt (2) Guy Atchison (1) David Ares (2) Willard Barnett (3) Gawain Bevis (1) Mary Ruth Bierschenk (3) Rosalie Bierschenk (2) E. Gordon Boettcher (3) Rudolph Bowe (3) A. L. Bozeman (1) Donald Brigley (1) J. T. Brooks (4) Marjorie Broyles (1) Sidney Bryant (1)

Cecil Burns (3) Mason Burns (4) George Bye (4) A. E. Caldwell (1) Violet Carringer (2) G. C. Chambers (2) W. C. Chambers (3) B. J. Church (1) C. L. Churchill (1) Patricia Close (2) Carl Cochenour (1) William Connell (5) Mrs. William Connell (5) R. G. Cook (2) William Cook 0) Carley Cox (2)

Virgil Cox (1) D. D. Dobyns (1) Roger Edwards (1) Mrs. Roger Edwards (1) Cheryl Erickson (1) LeRoy Erickson (2) Mrs. LeRoy Erickson (2) Arlene Flater (4) Donald Flemming 0) Lloyd Forry (3) Herschel Foster (2) Ruth Foster (1) Albert Friend (1) William Gee (1) Wendell Gleason (2) Fred Grant (3)


Mrs. Theogene Gui11ary 1717 Gandy Westlake, La. 70669

Mr. & Mrs. Ed Larson 2017 N. Wheeler St. Paul, Minn. 55113

Mr. & Mrs. Val Moffett & Darrell 1318 Pinhook Rd. Savannah, Tenn. 38372

James F. Hogg 1097 Melwood Dr. Columbus, Ohio 43228

Mrs. Genevieve Larson 2121 E. 4th St. St. Paul, Minn. 55119

Mr. & Mrs. Lamar Monesmith 305 S. 28th St., Apt. 2 Billings, Mont. 59101

Rev. N. E. Hosch 3203 Storey Lane Dallas, Texas 75220

Mr & Mrs. C. W. Lawrence Eunice L. Mrenca Rt. I, Box 92 442 Beacon Frazier's Bottom, W. Va. 25082 St. Paul, Minn. 55104

Mr. & Mrs. J. O. Johns 3122 N.W. 27th St. Miami, Fla. 33142

Mary H. Lee 411 North Star Apts. Brainerd, Minn. 56401

Mrs. Albert News~rand 2102 E. 4th St. St. Paul, Minn. 55119

Mr. & Mrs. Gust Johnson 1059 S. Crestview Dr. St. Paul, Minn. 55119

Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. :_erche 2235 Falcon Ave. St. Paul, Minn. 55119

Mr. & Mrs. Forrest A. Nordstrom 812 N. Pine Princeton, Ill. 61356

Mr. & Mrs. J. Eddie Johnson 3325 N. Tram Vidor, Texas 77662

Mr. & Mrs. R. L. Lerche 1845 Old Hudson Rd. Apt. 203 St. Paul, Minn. 55119

Kenneth E. Nordstrom 1057 Phyllis Ave. Princeton, Ill. 61356

Mr. & Mrs. John Johnson 1201 Carlton Dr. St. Paul, Minn. 55112

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph N. Lumbard 2237 Lexington Ave. Columbus, Ohio 43211

David Norris 42 N. Farrell St. Paul, Minn. 55119

Rosalyn Jusczak Moose Lake, Minn. 55767

Mrs. C. E. Lundquist 2102 C. 4th St. St. Paul, Minn. 55119

Mr. & Mrs. J. Norris Box 255 Lakeland, Minn. 55043

Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Marsden 1250 Sandy Dr. Florissant, Mo. 63031

r. & Mrs. M. Palmersten 306 Birmingham, Apt. 2 St. Paul, Minn. 55106

Dorothy Kaske 451 W. Wabasha Winona, Minn. 55987

Mr. & Mrs. William K. Kennedy Mr. & Mrs. Charles Martin Rt. 10, Box 333-K 913 V.,r. Harrison Morgantown, W. Va. 26505 Sullivan, Ill. 61951

Charles A. Powers 920 Tropic Dr. Vera Beach, Fla. 32960

Marilyn Turnage Kerr P. O. Box 75 Marion, Ill. 62959

George S. Maul 8321 Elkhardt Rd. Richmond, Va. 23235

Helen B. Ressler 4726 E. 59th Place Maywood, Calif. 90270

Rev. Charles Kiefling 4Gb N. Main St. Princeton, Ill. 61356

Mr. & Mrs. George McCaslin 425 W. Central Princeton, Ill. 61356

II. M. Reuter 1310 E. Maryland Ave. St. Paul, Minn. 55106

Barbara A. Knowles 309 West "I" St. North Little Rock, Ark. 72Il6

Bill McElhaney 1414 Ave. "A" Wahpeton, N.D. 58075

Rev. & Mrs. W. J. Rolston R. R. 2, Arthurette Victoria Co., New Brunswick Canada

William E. Kratz 4255 Blair St. Louis, Mo. 63107

Rev. & Mrs. F. L. McKenzie 11833 Boward Ct. Maryland Heights, Mo. 63043

Mrs. t<ancy Rose 1767 Second Ave. Newport, Minn. 55055

David Langston 10838 N. Lombard Portland, Ore. 97203

Rev. & Mrs. Emanuel Messer 1316 W. South First St. Shelbyville, Ill. 62565

Mr. & Mrs. Chester Russell 902 Glenwood Effingham, Ill. 62401

Mrs. Anton Larson 420 Herschel St. St. Paul, Minn. 55104

Rev. L. R. Mitchell 516 E. 6th St. Harvey, N.D. 58341

Mr. & :'irs. Robert Sabin, Sr. 5405 42nd Ave. Minneapolis, Minn.


Agnes Anderson River Dr. & Highland Pkwy. St. Paul, Minn. 55116 Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Anderson 164 Anita Drive Panama City, Fla. 32401 Aslesen Company 509 So. Washington Minneapolis, Minn. 55415 Alfred E. Atchison Box 69 Worthington, Minn. Raymond A. Athey 151 Field Point Rd. Heath, Ohio 43055 Rev. Robert Baker & Family 187 Woodbridge St. Manchester, Conn. 06040 Mr. & Mrs. John Barcus 1188 Goodrich Ave. St. Paul, Minn. 55105

Friends

of A.B... My, & Mrs. Donald Carringer Jeanette & Paul 70 Orchard Lane Columbus, Ohio 43214 George Christoff 2920 W. Gonzalez Pensacola, Fla. 32505

Cheryl Erickson 11975 Grey Cloud Trail Cottage Grove, Minn. 55016 Mr. & Mrs. LeRoy Erickson 11975 Grey Cloud Trail Cottage Grove, Minn. 55016 Dr. Seymour Falk, O.D. 186 E. 7th St. St. Paul, Minn. 55101 First United Pentecostal Church Rev. Lonnie Treadway Jonesboro, La. 71251 Rev. & Mrs. D. W. Fisher 708 La Marite Or. Manchester, Mo. 63011 Mr. & Mrs. Walter E. Fitch, Jr. 855 Main St. Holyoke, Mass. 01040 A. Flater 722 Linwood St. Paul, Minn. 55105

Rev. Willard Barnett 1001 95th St. Kenosha, Wis. 53140

Rev. & Mrs. Barrett Church 320 Ritson Rd. S. Oshawa, Ontario Canada

Mr. & Mrs. L. Forry, Sr. 871 E. 4th St. St. Paul, Minn. 55106

Brenda Beaver 507 Parkview Dr. 0' Fallon, Ill.

Rev. & Mrs. C. L. Churchill 505 Ingram St. Paul, Minn. 55119

Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Forry, Jr. 168 Sherrie Lane St. Paul, Minn. 55119

Robert E. Bird R. R. 1 Princeton, Ill. 61356

Mr. & Mrs. Rozier Collins 914 Nottingham Dr. Panama City, Fla. 32401

Mr. & Mrs. S. C. Fosdick Box 114 Tiskilwa, Ill. 61368

E. Gordon Boettcher 1110 W. Stadium Blvd. Ann Arbor, Mich. 48103

Mrs. Pasho Conley Rt. 4, Box 44A Plymouth, Ind. 46563

Fox Chemical 151 E. 9th St. St. Paul, Minn. 55101

Rev. & Mrs. Dan Bowe 3865 Jackman Rd. Toledo, Ohio 43612

Henry & Jean Cupoli R.R.2 Indianapolis, Ind. 46163

Mr. & Mrs. John Gallion 231 W. Fourth St. Wentzville, Mo. 63385

Rev. & Mrs. R. F. Bowe 3218 Steepleview Rd. St. Paul, Minn. 55119

John E. Davis Rt. 1, Box 272 Herrin, Ill. 62948

Mike & Judee Gardner 1923 Grant, Lot 95 Faribault, Minn. 55021

Mr. & Mrs. Don Brigley 410 E. Laurie Rd. St. Paul, Minn. 55117

Rev. & Mrs. Dale Dempsey 834 W. Commercial Appleton, Wis. 54911

Luella Garland 1708 W. Lincoln Peoria, Ill. 61605

Rev. LeRoy Buller 4828 Vine St. Cincinnati, Ohio 45217

Mr. & Mrs. C. R. Dyson 3509 Pope N. Little Rock, Ark. 72116

Gary Gleason 1200 Mariedale Ct. Kirkwood, Mo. 63122

Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Burns 809 Grimes Ave. Portsmouth, Ohio 45662

Or. & Mrs. Fred A. Englert 102 E. Commerce St. Smyrna, Del. 19977

Rev. Roland S. Green P. O. Box 12 Jacksonville, Maine 04647


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EPISTLES, 341 (continued) Reconciliation by death of Christ. Salvation through life of Christ. God's plan for the Jews - past, present and future. This study is "bread and butter" for the prospective pastor as well as those who wish to understand church structure. -PTSTLES, 440 One Semester. Three Hours a Week, Three Credits This Advanced Theology course covers the Book of Hebrews. The Son - the express Image of God. His incarnation. The "rest" that remains for the children of God. Christ our High Priest. The Christian who falls away. Christ - after the order of Melchizeclek. Various types of personalities in chapter on faith. Brotherly love. EPISTLES, 441 One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits

MINOR PROPHETS, 240

Colossians: The mystery of the ages. A highlight - Gentiles saved! Capital and labor and their consideration one of the other. James: Joy in suffering. Earthly wisdom vs worldly wisdom.

One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits Miscellaneous and post-exilic prophets. Unique ministry. Background of each prophet. Appraisal of writing of each prophet. Present day application.

INTERTESTAMENTAL HISTORY, 241 One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits

MAJOR PROPHETS. 422

Formulation of Jewish institutions. Investigating outstanding political leaders of intertestamental period.

One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits Isaiah, his rank, character and times. Structure of his book. Messianic views. Outstanding texts.

ACTS, 322 MAJOR PROPHETS, 423 One Semester, Two Hours a Week. Two Credits Saul's conversion journey. Philip's ministry in Samaria. Peter's ministry to the Gentiles. ACTS, 323 One Semester, Two Hours a Week, Two Credits

One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Ciedits Jeremiah. His rank, character and times. His message. Structure and content of his book. Symbols. Ministry to nations. Ezekiel. His times, call, mission, method and character. Jerusalem's doom and hope. Preaching values contained in his book. Practical lessons of permanent value.

Missionary journeys of Paul. Events - city by city.

* BIBLE

MINOR PROPHETS, 239

BIBLE GEOGRAPHY, 122

One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits

One Semester, Two Hours a Week, Two Credits

8th century and 7th century prophets. Unique ministry compared to priesthood. Background of each prophet. Appraisal of writing of each prophet. Present day application.

Prom inent countries. bodies of water, rivers and mountains of Biblical import. Development of relationship between geographical locations and Biblical events. Use of geography in sermons and teaching. Palestine - the "bridge."

RELATED


BIBLE GEOGRAPHY,

MAPS and CHARTS, 424,425

123

One Semester, Two Hours a Week, Two Credits

Two Semesters, Three Hours a Week, Six Credits

Realistic perspective of nature and role of children of Israel. Chronology of Bible from Adam to Christ. Wilderness wanderings. Conquest of Canaan land.

Paul's missionary journeys. Maps painted on canvass 60路 x 35路 - useful tools for ministry. Further self-selected charts and maps.

LIFE OF JESUS, 222

* ENGLISH

One Semester, Two Hours a Week, Two Credits

ENGLISH, 134

Provinces of Palestine. Herod Family. Political situation during Jesus' day. Emphasis on Galilean ministry.

One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits

SPEECH

This first year course is designed to develop the Christian worker's most-used tool- his abLity to express his ideas effectively in speaking and writing. Simple Sentence. Complex Sentence. Achieving sentence variety. Agreement of subject and verb. Use of adverbs and adjectives. Solving pronoun problems. Skill with graphics.

LIFE OF JESUS, 223 One Semester, Two Hours a Week, Two Credits Emphasis on Judean mInIstry. Study of each Gospel writer's approach to- the life of Christ.

ENGLISH, 135

APOLOGETICS, 410

One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits

One Semester, Two Hours a Week, Two Credits Critique of evolutionary theory. "Proofs" from embryology, geo logical records and dating techniques. Theistic evolution. Bible creation - great gap theory, long day theory. Reading In a multitude of books written on the above subjects aids the student in his final Biblical decision. APOLOGETICS, 411

The second semester's work makes use of a programed course and in its flexibility meets the needs of every student. Common English errors. The Smooth-running sentence. Devices of SUbordination. RecogniZing the sentence unit. Solving verb problems. Patterns of sentence structure. Remedial classes are given to slow learners. ENGLISH, 234

One Semester, Two Hours a Week, Two Credits One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits Biblical inspiration. Philosophical assault upon religion. Ingersoll. Bertrand Russell. William James. Psychological assault upon religion. Nature and meaning of a saving faith. New defensive answers to higher criticism form the basis for a "working faith" for the student.

History of English language. Evolving of the languages. English, cognate of German. Vocabulary. Technique in developing "word hoards." Students will take a test at the beginning of the year to determine meaning of words from context clues. ENGLISH, 235 One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits A parallel test to the first semester test will be given after completion of text. Debate - the proposition building a case, the rebuttal, counter-rebuttal. Library science. Composition. Vocabulary evaluation. JOURNALISM, 144 One Semester,

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JOURNALISM, 144 (continued) Actual editing of a pictorial freshman booklet photography, lay-out design, paste up, folding and distribution. The church bulletin - its design and contents. The school paper. News and article writing. Submitting manuscripts. JOURNALISM, 145 One Semester,

One Hour a Week, One Credit

The short story - main character, the villain, dialogue, characterization. Writing for primary, junior, young and adult pupils. Stories - missionary, character, personal. Christian fiction. Writer's market. Submitting manuscripts. PUBLIC SPEAKING, 226 (continued) JOURNALISM, 244,245 Two Semesters, One Hour a Week, Two Credits

Fundamentals of any speech. The use of "for instances." Demanding action. Students write speeches each week and speak in lively sessions.

Instruction in planning, writing and publishing a school paper. PUBLIC SPEAKING, 227 JOURNALISM, 344,345

One Semester,

Two Semesters, Three Hours a Week, Six Credits

Proper introduction of a speaker. Correct acceptance of introduction. Sincerity in speaking. The pastor's remarks at end of speaker's message. Students are trained in the above and are given opportunity to practise.

Laboratory course for production of yearbook. Creative composition. Type-setting. Photography. Financial arrangements for sale of ads and yearbook. Printing methods.

One Hour a Week, One Credit

PUBLIC SPEAKING, 326 PUBLIC SPEAKING, 126 One Semester, Two Hours a Week, Two Credits One Semester,

One Hour a Week, One Credit

Comparison with public preaching. Historical importance. A fine art. Primary divisions of sermon. Preparation of sermon. Each student will prepare a speech and present it (without notes) before the class.

Building a sermon around a main idea. Use of definition. Specific illustrations. Current Events. Illustrations from science, literature, personal experience. Summary. PUBLIC SPEAKING, 327

PUBLIC SPEAKING, 127

One Semester, Two Hours a Week, Two Credits

One Semester,

Speec'l gestures. Voice. The title .. The outline. Sermon note filing. Sermon eV8.I.uaL5on and criticism.

One Hour a Week, One Credit

Seven principles of debate. Requirements and purposes of good debating. Building a case. The rebuttal. Evidence doctrine defended against many arguments such as - glossolalia for linguistic ability, glossolalia related to "miracle of hearing" argument, glossolalia and the gift of tongues. Time permitting, several debates will be organized with student participation. PU BLIC SPEAKING, 226 One

Semester,

One Hour a Week, One Credit continued

HOMILETICS, 430 One Semester, One Hour a \\'L;ck, One Credit Radio techniques. Students will be given opportunity for presentation of a recorded radio sermon. HOMILETICS, 431 One Semester, One Hour a Week, One Credit continued 101


OMILETICS, 431 (continued) Expository preaching, a practicum. Each student will be given 30 minutes before the class to present a sermon for constructive criticism. DRAMA, 414,415 Two Semesters, One Hour a Week, Two Credits Writing and development of twenty minute skits for various school functions. Writing and development of thirty minute drama.

* HISTORY CHURCH HISTORY, 130 One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits Background for study of first through fourth century Christianity. Grecian and Roman history and culture. Jewish history and government. Bible - inspiration, canonization, various translations. Apocrypha. CHURCH HISTORY, 131 One Semester, ':'hree Hours a Week, Three Credits Rapid growth of early Church. Paul and missionary journeys. Post Apostolic era. Church fathers. Ante-Nicean era. Constantine. Nicean Council.

leading to Reformation. Morals of clergy. Early attempts to reform. Political and economical conditions in Europe at beginning of 16th century. Reformation in Germany. Reformation in Switzerland. John Calvin. Michael Servetus. Reformation in England. RELIGION ANALYSIS, 310 One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits Religion in American life. Sketch of historical background. Puritanism in New England. Rise of Deism and Unitarianism. Evangelical fervor on frontier. Methodists, Baptists, Disciples of Christ. Great Revival 1800 - 1830. Varieties of religious experience. (Extensive refutation of Mormonism.) RELIGION ANALYSIS, 311 One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits

CHURCH HISTORY ANALYSIS, 230 One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits Historical introduction to persons and writings such as - Apostolic Fathers, Church Fathers, Writings of Apologists. The persecutions as an outline of civil government. The Petrine doctrine and development of Church organization - Scripture refutation. Rise of papacy. Controversies regarding the Godhead and diVinity of Christ - Modalistic controversy - was Jesus God in the flesh? AntiNicene Fathers. Homoousian controversy regarding "substance" of Jesus. Arianism. Writings of Athanasius. Christological Councils - Nicea, Constantinople, Ephesus, Chalcedon.

Religious picture in modern America. Naturalistic assaults on orthodoxy and refutation of "higher criticism." Liberalism in America - a retreat from the Bible as God's Word. Social Gospel. Humanists, Empiricists. Main stream Liberalists. Neo-Orthodoxy, Existentialism - radical theology due to disregard for Word of God. The students learn that Apostolic Christianity is the answer to the above!

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AND TEACHER TRAINING

CHURCH HISTORY ANALYSIS, 231

HOBBY CLUB TRAINING 153, 154,253,254,353,354,453,454

One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits

Two Semesters, One Session a Week, Two Credits

Final collapse of Roman Empire â&#x20AC;˘. Milestones to the Reformation. Rise of Mohammedianism. Holy Roman Empire. Crusades. Renaissance. Conditions continued

Course taken under supervISIOn of Hobby Club leader. Actual practise in leading in devotional program, storytelling, assisting teachers, and making of crafts. 102


DUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, 333

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, 132 One Semester, Three Hours a Vleek, Three Credits

One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits

Value of Sunday School. Crime and the Sunday School. Comparison between public school and Sunday School. History of Sunday School. Teaching Books of Bible. Pattern of a Sunday School lesson. Teaching Christian habits. Center of Interest teaching. Hobby Club. Actual classroom teaching. Weekly lessons handcd in on current Sunday School lessons.

Motivation. Creativity. Character. Intelligence. Significance of individual differences. How to teach.

RELIGIOUS EDUCA TION, 133

APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY, 432 One Semester. Three Hours a Week, Three Credits Adjustment concepts. Ad ~ustment by positive substitute activities, Adjustment by negative substitute activities. Adjustment by functional ailments. Ministerial counselling.

One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits Sunday School administY8tion. Characteristics of various age groups and hoY to teach them. D. V. B.S. How to carryon a Sunday School census. Salvation for children - how to effect it. Study of Sunday School li~erature and how to write literature. Center of Interest projects.

APPUED PSYCHOLOGY, 433 One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits Conflict. Methods and perusal of maladjusted. Counselling interviews in churches. Developing our own personalities.

CHILD PSYCHOLOGY, 232 STORYTELLING. 349 One Semester, Three Hours a Week, ThreeCredits The value of life. D.N.A. Heredity. Behavior of organism in early infancy. Intelligence - its growth and functioning. Retardation.

One Semester, Two Hours a Week, Two Credits Purposes. How to select stories. Story plan. Selection according to need and age group. Sample stories. The voice.

CHILD PSYCHOLOGY, 233 STORYTELUNG, 350

One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits Characteristics of age groups from infancy to adulthood. Personality - its various definitions and theories. Concept of self. Group functioning interaction, structure, roles and goals.

One Semester, Two Hours a Week, Two Credits Use of word pictures. Active verbs. Facial animation. Jesus' use of stories. Active participation in storytelling.

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, 332

BUSINESS LAW, 155

One Semester, Three Hours a Week, Three Credits

One Semester,

Science of learning. Principles of teaching. Methods. Practise. Transfer of Training. Permanence of learning. "Apt to teach."

Evolvement of law. Selection of a lawyer. Banking in its various forms. BorrOWing money - kinds of loans. Interest rates. Credit.

One Hour a Week, One Credit

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BUSINESS LAW, 156 One Semester,

One Hour a Week, One Credit

Life insurance - various kinds. Other insurance. Sales contracts. Real estate - deeds, mortgages and abstracts. CHURCH GOVERNMENT and BUSINESS LAW, 212 One

Semester,

One Hour a Week, One Credit

Students learn this course through charts, demonstration and lectures. continued 103


CHURCH GOVERNMENT and BUSINESS LAW, 212 (continued) "Why the pastor failed." State laws concerning incorporation. Sole proprietorship. Proper way to fill offices in a church. Election of trustees for corporations.

CHURCH GOVERNMENT and BUSINESS LAW, 412 One semester,

One Hour a Week, One Credit

Taxes - real estate, sales. Tax exemptions. Income tax - federal and state. Court procedure. Jury duty.

CHURCH GOVSRNMENT and BUSINESS LAW, 213

CHURCH GOVERNMENT and BUSINESS LAW, 413

One Semester, One Hour a Week, One Credit

One Semester,

Duties of pastor, trustees and other church officials. Payment of construction materials. Church by-laws. How to handle church trouble according to the Bible. Fundamentals of leading services.

Wills and inheritances. Criminal Laws. Agents and brokers. Church construction. Lien Waivers. Church organization, incorporation. Affiliation.

One Hour a Week, One Credit

* MISSIONS

AND EVANGELISM

PERSONAL EVANGELISM, 112,113 Two Semesters, Two Hours a Week, Four Credits The need of the church today - return to the New Testament form of evangelism. Instruction in conducting street meetings, hospital evangelism, reaching senior citizens, campus ministries, witnessing to people on the street, on the job and in their homes. How to set up a personal evangelism program in any church and become an effective soul-winning church. MISSIONS, 330,331 Two Semesters, Three Hours a Week, Six Credits History of foreign and home missionary work. Problems of field in various countries. CHURCH GOVERNMENT and BUSINESS LAW, 312 PERSONAL F:VANGELISM, 416,417 One Semester, One Hour a Week, One Credit Two Semesters, One Hour a Week, Two Credits Great difference between simple and regular interest. Borrowing from small loan companies. Rights involved in rental and leased properties. How to establish credit. Insurance - ordinary life, endowment, term. How to buy a home or a church. Establishing worth of church.

The church usher's part in evangelism. Use of flip-top projector. Selection of tracts. Campus Crusade. Evangelization of the community, ~

CHURCH GOVERNMENT and BUSINESS LAW, 313 One Semester, One Hour a Week, One Credit Sales agreement. Contract for deed. Warranty deed. Value of abstract. A broker and an agent the differences. The pastor - his relationship with the congregation. Special services - when? How to advertise. The marriage - investigation, preparation, ceremony. The funeral- visitation, order of the serVice, burial. 104

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One Hour a Week, One Credit

Students enroll to take individual lessons. Three church-model Console Hammond organs of practise use.

CHORAL CLINIC, 228 One Semester, One Hour a Week, One Credit

HOME MISSIONS TRAINING, 355, 356, 455, 456 Two Semesters, Weekly Services, Two Credits

Choral directing. The choir leader - his qualifications and responsibilities. The student prepares a Gospel song for use in practise directing.

Attendance, participation and observation in nearby Home Missions works.

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MUSIC THEORY, 124 One

Semester,

One Hour a Week, One Credit

Introduction to general musical vocabulary. Formation of scales. Time signatures. Key signatures. Introduction to harmony. MUSIC THEORY, 125 One Semester, One Hour a Week, One Credit Songleading - its ten commandments. Creating atmosphere. Holding attention. An accompanist duties. Congregational singing. Music in evangelism.

CHORAL CLINIC, 229 One

APPLIED MUSIC, 128,224 One Semester,

One Hour a Week, One Credit

Physiological make-up of voice production. Exercises for proper breathing useful in singing or speaking. Vocal exercises. Students work for public performance.

Semester,

One Hour ;;. Week, One Credit.

Choral directing. Screening voices. Choir seating for best results. Communication between director and choir, also between choir and congregation. Developing of individual voices. GLEE CLUB, 100, 101, 200, 201,300,301,400,401 One Semester, Two Hours a Week, One Credit

APPLIED MUSIC, 129,225 One Semester,

One Hour a Week, One Credit

Vocalises. Special groups created to encourage ensembles, quartettes, trios and duets.

nsemble of all classes. Practise and public performance twice each week. ORCHESTRA, 118, 119, 218,219,318,319,418,419 One Semester, Two Hours a Week, One Credit

IANO, 104, 105, 204, 205, 304, 305, 404, 405

The Bible Institute orchestra practices two periods each week and performs during church services, participates in annual musical programs Students enroll as beginners or advanced pianists. and during graduation services. Open to those who May study accompanying, classical or "Pentecostal read music and play a band or orchestral instyle" mus ic. strument. 105 One Semester,

One Hour a Week, One Credit


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DESIGNING, 146, 147,246,247

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Two Semesters, One Hour a Week, Two Credits Colors. Patterns. Styles. Fabrics. Mechanics of sewing. Restricted to coeds.

BLDG. CONSTRUCTION, 151,152,251,252,351,352 D::SIGNING, 346,347,446,447 Two Semesters, One Hour a Week, Two Credits Two Semesters, One Hour a Week, Two Credits Physical and material problems for the prospective builder. Reading of plans. Plumbing, electrical wiring, block laying and permits.

Advanced class offers tips to insure the student a profess ional finish to her garment.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba

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119 Grant Street Jefferson City, Missouri 65101 Virgil Cox, Jr., Pastor

Richard Ward, Assistant Pastor CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1970

CALVARY TABERNACLE ERNEST J. MAKI

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1907 McKinley Avenue Beloit, Wisconsin

UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH We wish to encourage all young people to come East to spread the Gospel!

REV, JEAN D. HILL, Pastor

BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT


First United Pentecostal Church Dover, Delaware

United Pentecostal Church Bayview, Maryland

Route 4, Box 730 Dover, Delaware

Pastor, Wayne Trout

UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH E. State Road at Route 27 North

Lansing, Michigan

BETHEL TABERNACLE

Rev. Neal Bolinger

CHRISTIAN APOSTOLIC CHURCH 525 Big Beaver Road (16 Mile) Troy, Michigan 48084

Rev. George Stanley, Pastor Sunday Sunday School Worship Evening Service 1250 LATHROP AVENUE RACINE, WISCONSIN REV. LEWIS MANUWAL, PASTOR

Wednesday Bible Study

10:00 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. 7:30 P.M.


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"SERVING KENTUCKIANA WITH THE APOSTOLIC TRUTH" SCHEDULE OF SERVICES SUNDAY Sunday School Morning Worship Aposrlaires Choir Evangelistic

9:45 11:00 6:00 7:30

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FRIDAY Youth Service

7:30 P.M.

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CONGRATULATIONS

MATTOON, ILLINOIS

To Rev. and Mrs. S. G. Norris and the entire staff and students of A. B.I. for another fine year in Christian education.

Rev. and Mrs. R.. L. Hays, Tami and Scotty SERVICE SCHEDULE SUNDAY Sunday School Youth for Christ Teens for Christ Choir Practice Evangelistic Service

9:45 6:00 6:00 6:45 7:30

A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.

7:30 8:30 8:30 8:30

P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.

WEDNESDAY Conquerors' Service Bible Study Junior Church Children's Church FRIDAY Youth Fellowship Teen Fellowship

6:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M.

SATURDAY Visitation

2:00 P.M.


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July 19 - August 2, 1970 Intensive Bible Study for Conquerors Rev. S. G. Norris, teacher

BIBLE QUIZ ZING - Book of Acts Let us WIN this year! PRESIDENT Rev. H. C. Heaslip

SECRETARY Rev. Jake Stirneman

DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT Rev. S. G. Norris

DISTRICT SECRETARY Rev. W. C. Gleason

"EACH DAY WE'RE GAINING, NEW HEIGHTS ATTAINING. WE ARE THE PENTECOSTAL CONQUERORS."



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