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Appalachian Bible College Comes To Brazil

Friday, May 14, 2010

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Do you appreciate tastefully presented, quality Christian music? Does it encourage your heart when you see vibrant young people with purpose in life?

Then you will wholeheartedly enjoy the music ministry of the Jubilate English Handbell Choir from Appalachian Bible College.

Your friends at Brazil Bible Fellowship Church, extend a warm invitation to join them on Thursday, May 20, at 6:30 p.m.

Instrumental selections, personal testimonies and a mini-drama combine for a wonderful heart-warming concert experience. A brief introduction to ABC, West Virginia's only accredited Bible College, is also included in this encouraging event of worship and challenge.

Specializing in preparing men and women for vocational church-related ministries, Appalachian Bible College provides quality Christian education in a beautiful mountain setting, just outside Beckley, West Virginia. Each member of the Jubilate is enrolled in one of ABC's degree programs that prepares students for a life of Christian service, both at home and abroad.

Pastor Gordon Nelson, together with the entire congregation and concert team, cordially invite you to be their guest for this admission-free community event.


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Good.Take Jesus to those who need him most. The rich and church goers.

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