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Closing a semester and looking into the future.
We have a great group of students this semester at Kentucky Mountain Bible College. The fall semester is coming to an end. God has been working in the lives of many students. The chapel messages are always challenging and helpful for spiritual growth. The missionary speakers have also challenged us to reach the lost world. God's transforming power is evident in the lives of students here.
Students have had opportunities to preach, teach, and show Christ's love in the different ministries they were a part of. The impact made in the different places have been tremendous. Several young man who are working as youth leaders have had praises of how God is moving in their youth groups. There has been more praises of God working through students to bless lives wherever they are serving. God is using our students to bring healing to broken hearts and salvation to lost souls. Pictured is a float made by students for the Honey Festival in town.
There has also been different prayer meetings on campus. The fast prayer meetings have been consistent with students, faculty, and staff pouring out their hearts before God. Prayer is encouraged and emphasize very much here at KMBC. We belive in the power of prayer that changes lives and brings revival.
There has also been different activities for students to enjoy. We have gone on hiking trips, softball on the field, bowling, and other activities. There is always something to do. Form ping-pong games to basketball and soccer, we have a group of high energy students who know when it is time to play. There is so much excitement when students get together for games.
The predominant event this semester was to watch the construction of the Helen Mathews Luce Chapel & Fine Arts Building. Students would take time to watch the construction on their way to and from classes. Several students did help work with the different teams that came. It is always a joy to see students interact with the work team members. The connections made lasts a lifetime.
Now that we are done with this semester, we look to the future. We are excited about the coming J-Term and spring semester. J-Term classes begin on January 5th. Introduction to Communications, Principles and Practices of Missions, and Teaching the Exceptional Child are the three classes being offered. The college can be contacted for more information for the J-Term classes. The spring semester registration and classes begin on January the 19th-21st. We pray for a good break and hope for a fresh start next semester.
God is doing great things in the lives of faculty/staff and students here at KMBC. We thank Him and give Him all the praise. We want to be obedient to his leading as we climb higher into the future.