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Appalachian Bible College News: Rounding Second
If the academic year could be captured in baseball terms, students are "rounding second" as they finish up the first half of the year. With the Thanksgiving Break left in-the-dust, the fans are on their feet clamoring with excitement as the campus finds itself alive once more with students. With only three weeks remaining in this semester, students’ calendars are full of final papers, Christmas celebrations, and the much anticipated final exams.
This weekend welcomes the annual ABC Christmas Concert by the Music Department of Appalachian Bible College. As a result, the ABC Campus invites family, friends, local churches and the surrounding community to "join the crowd" on Saturday at 7PM and Sunday at 3PM for a Christ-centered concert. The invitation also includes the Christmas Decoration Open House in the Residence Halls. Each year students decorate their halls with different themes and show it off to family, friends, guests, and judges to evaluate their creativity.
But amid all the excitement most students involved in Chorale and other ensembles are looking forward to the opportunity of ministry at the Mt. Olive Prison and the Montgomery Bank December 7, 2010. This special event has become a favorite as the teams travel and receive exposure to a variety of ministry settings.
As the semester narrows don't forget to keep up-to-date with campus happenings through the ABC Facebook page. With so many students wrapping up their semester projects, practicing for concerts, preparing their halls for the Open House, getting ready for the banquet, and studying for finals, both Facebook and campus will be bursting with exciting activity before Christmas Break begins December 16th!