KMBC Welcomes 2008 New Students

Freshmen 08


Freshmen Class

Fall 2008


What an exciting day it was for Kentucky Mountain Bible College as we welcomed twenty-three new students! It is always a thrill to see new students come to this hilltop, live among Godly peers, study to be servants of God, and leave carolyn.. freshmentransformed individuals. What an exciting group of students we received. It was a day the campus family had eagerly anticipated. We are excited about what God is going to do in their lives as they adjust to their new surroundings and experience life here at KMBC.

They arrived on campus and began Freshmen Orientations. We welcomed them to our campus family and many other introductions to the new campus life followed.

“If you're not hungry for God, you need to go on a diet from the things that are satisfying you.”

--Dr. Philip Speas

One of the highlights of Orientation 2008 was the time of sharing around a campfire. Each member of the new freshmen class shared how they learned about the college. Each shared his/her testimony of how God provided and brought them here. It was a time of praise to God for what he did and was going to do in each one of their lives. After several worship choruses and testimonies the evening was closed with snacks and campfire food. As always, we are delighted to have the new freshmen class for this school year.Von

In our first chapel service, President Speas encouraged us to “have a hunger for God.” He stressed that we need to be hungry for God in order for God to fill us. How we need to begin this school year with a new kind of attitude of wanting more of God. For the incoming students, returning students, faculty, and staff it was a challenge and encouragement to hunger after God.

We pray that each new member of the Freshmen class will seek after God while they are here. We pray they be transformed mightily so they can impact the world for Christ.