Alumni Footnotes: Summer 2014

Alumni Footprints: Summer 2014 Volume 10, No. 2 of Kentucky Mountain Bible College’s Official Newsletter: The Alumni Footprints Summer 2014 provides information about the Outstanding Alumnus of the year, Myers Memorial Garden Dedication, KMBC Class of 2014, 50-Year Celebration in Papua New Guinea, Alumni Day Treasurer’s report, Honored Alumni, Ross Foley Ordained, Footprints- current achievements…

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Silver Trumpet: Summer 2014

Silver Trumpet Summer 2014 Volume XXXIII No. 2 of Kentucky Mountain Bible College’s Official Newsletter: The Silver Trumpet Summer 2014 provides information about the new Home for Retirees; Great Contribution: Shmidts; Biblical Church Growth Conference; Myers Memorial Garden; Stand in the Gap Progress; Start of the Online Classes and more. Download the Summer 2014 Silver Trumpet…

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Senior Spotlight: The Semrows

Senior Spotlight: Kolton and Adelle Semrow Kolton and Adelle Semrow came to KMBC from Port Huron, Michigan with the intention of getting grounded in the word of God and actively equipped for ministry. They came to genuine faith in Christ when young, nine and five years of age respectively, and both attended Hillside Wesleyan Church until their trek to…

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Why I Believe in KMBC: Built to Last

Why I Believe in KMBC A number of years ago a mechanic friend of mine told me that KMBC should consider buying a Dodge Sprinter Van, built by Mercedes-Benz. He said that they were far superior to any other large vans. He claimed that the fuel economy and the great durability would save us considerable money in the long-run. I followed his advice. He was right! It has saved…

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Finishing Faithfully

Finishing Faithfully In a recent chapel service, Dr Speas shared a presentation on the success rate of KMBC graduates. He referred to the leadership conference of fall 2013, quoting Drs. Doug Carter and Bert Jones as saying that 50% of pastors drop out within five years, and only 25% continue to have a successful ministry…

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Student Spotlight: Alyssa O’Donnell

Student Spotlight: Alyssa O’Donnell Since Alyssa O’Donnell was little, she had a dream of teaching second grade and sharing her love of music and love of God. She wanted to be a light that these children could see. To pursue this dream, after graduating from high school she entered a secular university with the intention of getting a  Bachelor of…

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Silver Trumpet: Spring 2014

Silver Trumpet: Spring 2014 Volume XXXIII No. 1 of Kentucky Mountain Bible College’s Official Newsletter: The Silver Trumpet Spring 2014 provides information on the Holiness Summit; Biblical Church Growth Conference; Donated Truckloads of Insulation; Fitting Memorial: Rev. David Spencer; Stand in the Gap Progress & More. Learn more about KMBC. Download the Spring 2014 Silver Trumpet…

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Why I Believe in KMBC: Heroes

Why I Believe in KMBC I believe in KMBC because it has and promotes the right kind of heroes! At most colleges and universities, including many Christian schools, hero status is conferred on the basis of secular standards. Students are admired if they have athletic talent, beauty, brains, money, a suave personality, or cool possessions. These campus heroes often carry about them an air of superiority and organize themselves into somewhat…

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