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'77FINIA 




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Oofflmbia Bible So flege 

Columbia, S.C. 

Volume XXXVIII 



Another year and another step in God's plan of building us into His 
servants. It was a year known for elections, good times, and people 
working together , but more than that , it was a year that God continued 
to build us together to be a temple for Him and unto Him . 



"But we ourselves together will build unto the Lord. " Ezra 4:3 






Building Together the Temple Unto the Lord ' 






God built us together to be more like Him through the teaching of His 
servants. Because of the life that they live, whether in the classroom or 
not, we may see Him. Just another step in God's plan to build us 
together so that we may rest completely in Him . 






. . . being built upon the foundation of the apostles 
and prophets, Christ Jesus himself being the chief 
corner stone; 







The campus , given to us by God , through the prayers of many of 
His people. It is a place where we grow more into His likeness. A 
part of our preparation, that will affect the total life of each 
person , here on earth and then when we see Him . 










in whom each several building, fitly framed together, 
groweth into a holy temple in the Lord; 




Our purpose , to know Him . Our vision , to make 
Him known. As we work, fellowship, and just get 
along with one another. Because of His love, we are 
being built continually, through people and 
relationships , so that we may be the maximum for 
His purpose . 






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in whom ye also are builded together for a 
habitation of God in the Spirit . ' ' 

Ephesians 2:20-22 











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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Faculty and Staff 11 

Students 36 

Sports 104 

Activities 118 

Advertisements 152 




Thank You, President McQuilkin . . . 





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It is our privilege to dedicate the 1976-77 Finial to 
one who has shown a true dedication to the Lord Jesus 
in serving Him here at Columbia Bible College for 
the past nine years . 

He has a heart for missions and a fervent love for 
the people of God . His close , personal relationship 
with the Lord is reflected in the effectiveness of his 
public ministry as he relates with and addresses 
himself to individual and corporate needs. This 
man's life of trust and obedience challenges us to be 
victorious in our everyday Christian lives . He is a 
man of integrity and self-discipline, and as a 
faithful steward seeks to know and to do the will of 
God . His heart attitude is one of prayerful concern in 
seeking God's will on behalf of those God has 
entrusted to him . He knows us and loves us . His 
sensitivity to our needs and potentials enables him to 
lead us deeper into the purposes of God . His chapel 
messages stretch our intellectual capacity and 
deepen our sense of urgency in spreading the gospel . 

He is our counselor and friend , our President , a 
faithful servant , a man of God , J . Robertson 
McQuilkin. 



Faculty 
Staff 



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Jesus, Our Corner Stone 




Having been built upon 
the foundation of the 
apostles and prophets, 
Christ Jesus Himself 
being the corner stone 

Ephesians 2:20 



Mr. I. R. McQuilkin 
President 




Mr. James M. Hatch 
Provost 




Dr. Alan Redpath, Christian Life Conference Speaker, receives portrait from Frank Fry, president of 
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Alumni 
Association 



Mr. and Mrs. John Hehl, Members of the Class of 1926 






The Alumni Association, offering member- 
ship to all interested former students , now con- 
sists of over 4000 members. The association 
was organized during commencement week, 
1930. In drawing up its constitution, the aim 
was stated to "cooperate with the Bible college 
and its purpose as expressed in the motto, 'To 
Know Him and to Make Him Known'; to pro- 
mote fellowship among the graduates; to com- 
bine our efforts for the work of the Bible col- 
lege." The association, in its effort to fulfill 
these aims, offers numerous benefits including 
a new Career Assistance Program. Projects are 
also launched, and last year the association 
presented $50,000 to WMHK at its dedication 
ceremony. A portrait was also presented to Dr. 
Alan Redpath, featured speaker for the Chris- 
tian Life Conference . 

Homecoming 1976 was celebrated in con- 
junction with the Christian Life Conference in 
October. Members of the class of 1926 were 
honored at the Homecoming Banquet; four of 
the five were present for their 50th reunion. 
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Hehl, 
Miss Venie Johnson, and Mr. Eddie Kunath. 



God's Fellow Workers 



For we are God's fellow- 
workers; you are God's 
field, God's building. 

I Corinthians 3:9 




Dr. Terry Hulbert 

Dean of Columbia Graduate School 






Dr. Earl McQuay 
Dean of Student Affairs 



Mr. Bob Kallgren 
Assistant to the President 






Miss Rebecca Van Gorder 
Secretary to the Dean of CGS 



Miss Agness Ban 

Secretary to the Dean of Student 

Affairs 



Mrs. Claude Lopez 

Secretary to the Assistant to the 

President 






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Dr. John Ker Munro 
Director of CBC Admissions 




Mr. Ralph Enlow 

Assistant Director of Admissions 





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Mr. Newell Ferris 
Registrar 




Miss Helen Fahringer 
Assistant Registrar 




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Secretary to the President 




Mrs. Joyce Briggs 

Secretary, Admissions Department 



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Miss Lucy Paschal 
Secretary, Registrar's Office 



We Are Being 



Graduate 
School 
Faculty. . . 




Dr. Paul Wright 
Theology, Bible 




Mr. Paul W. Ferris, Jr. 
Old Testament, Hebrew 




Dr. William Davidson 
Director of Admissions; Church 
History, Research, Bible 





Dr. William Larkin 
New Testament, Greek 




Mr. Jerome Wells 
Teaching Assistant 



. . . building on 



what has 



already begun 



Miss Ruth Hakes 
Secretary 



In whom the whole build- 
ing, being fitted together is 
growing into a holy temple 
in the Lord 

Ephesians 2:21 



Fitted Together 





Dean 's 
Offices 




Mr. Jack Matthews 
Associate Dean for Men 




Miss Helen Kornfield 
Associate Dean for Women 




Mrs. Cheryl Campbell 

Secretary in Dean for Men's Office 




Dr. Hap Stiuthers 

Associate Dean for Off- Campus 

Students 




Mr. Hugh Foshee 
Assistant Dean for Men 




Miss Paula Berkey 
Assistant Dean for Women 




Miss Becky Nehlsen 

Secretary in Dean for Women's 

Office 




Mr. Clifford Bedell 

Bible, Missions, Anthropology 




Mr. Frank Fry 

Director of Extension Ministries 

Executive Director 

Alumni Association 




Dr. Anthony Fortosis 
Education, Social Studies 



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Dr. Bernard Holmes 
Bible , Homiletics 




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Dr. David Lalka 
English 



Miss Dianne Lubinski 
English 










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Mr. Alben McAllister 
Theology, Philosophy 




Dr. Richard Melick 
Bible, Greek 



Miss Sara Petty 
Education 



Mr. Raymond Scott 
Science, Church History 



Are Teachers 





Mr. Charles Wenzel 
Bible , Greek 



Mr. Gerald Swank 
Visiting Lecturer, Missions 




Un dergra duate 
Faculty 



But now God has placed the members, each one of them, in 
the body , just as He desired . 

I Corinthians 12:18 




Mr. Richard Belcher 
Lecturer, Theology 






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Dr. Marion Burns 
Lecturer, Psychology 




Dr. David Denyer 
Lecturer, Old Testament, 
Archaeology 




Mrs. Mildred Sadler 
Assistant, Social Studies and 
Science 



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Our Individual 



Christian 
Service 




Mr. J. Otis Braswell 
Director 




Mr. Larry McCul lough 
Associate Director 




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Miss Kathy Bearce 
Supervisor 





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Miss Mary Faith Phillips 
Associate Director 





Miss Diane Lounsbury 
Assistant 







Mrs. Elinor Kruger 
Secretary 



Mrs. Margaret Ferris 
Secretary 



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Part Is Important 




Mr. William Abernathy 
Director of Learning Resources 




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Miss Colleen Stevens 
Circulation Supervisor 




Miss Merry Bazemore 
CSRD Circulation Assistant 




Miss Cleta Dunaway 
Technical Services Librarian 




Mrs. Laura Braswell 
Circulation Assistant 




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Mrs. Edith Frye 
Order Assistant 



Learning Resources 



Center 



. . . according to the proper 
working of each individual part, 
causes the growth of the body for 
the building up of itself in love . 
Ephesians 3:15 




Mr. William Favata 
Technical Services Assistant 




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Miss Debby Reichel 
Director of Christian Service 
Resources Department 




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We Are A Dwelling 



Mr. Frank Fry 
Director of Extension 
Ministries 



Electronic 
Media 



In whom you also are being 
built together into a dwell- 
ing of God in the Spirit . 

Ephesians 2:22 




Mrs. Joyce Supplee 
Secretary, Extension Ministries 




Mr. R. J. Kennedy 

Director of Electronics Media 




Mr. Jim Rakes 
Electronic Technician 




Miss Edie Kendall 
Secretary, Alumni Affairs 




Mr. Mark Shepherd 
Tape Librarian 




Mr. Kenneth Weber 
Tape Technician 




Mrs. Carlene Kidwell 
Secretary, Career Assistance 
Program 



Extension Ministries 



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WMHK 



Of God 




WMHK, 89.7 on the FM radio 
dial , began its first broadcast on 
August 30, 1976 at 7:30 p.m. 
The program began with a dia- 
logue between David Morrison, 
the program director, and Presi- 
dent McQuilkin. Plans for the 
radio station began over five 
years ago , and the fruition of 
these plans has been real evi- 
dence of the power of the God of 
the impossible . 

This power was particularly 
brought to awareness at the dedi- 
cation ceremony for WMHK on 
October 7, 1976 during the 
Christian Life Conference. At 
this time it was announced that 
the Alumni Project Goal to raise 
$50,000 for the radio station had 
been met. God has continued to 
show His faithfulness as the truth 
of His Word has been announced 
over WMHK to thousands 
throughout South Carolina and 
parts of Georgia and North Caro- 
lina. 





Mr. David Morrison 
Director of Programming 



Mr. Don Hughes 
Announcer 





Mr. Larry Weidman 
News Director 



Miss Marcia Williams 
Secretary 




We Are Joined 



Business 



Affairs 



But the one who 
joins himself to the 
Lord is one spirit 
with Him 
I Corinthians 6:16 




Mr. John Davidson 
Business Manager 



Mr. Roger Tilton 
Manager 




Mr. Sal LoGalbo 

Architect, Helps Int'l Mission 






Mrs. Many Jones 
Cashier 



Campus 



Bookstore 




Mrs. Sue Mitchell 
Secretary of Business Affairs 




Mrs. Patty Beery 
Cashier 




Mr. Joe Piotter 
Postmaster 



To The Lord 




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Mr. Andy Kaups 

Manager, Accounting Department 




Mr. Marquis Ryan 
Account Payable Clerk 





Mr. Ron Faircloth 
Manager, Office Services 



Mis. Susan Hart 
Office Assistant 





Accounting 



Mr. Gil Baker 
Accountant 


Office 


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Services 



Mrs. Prudence Bedell 
Mail List Clerk 




Mr. Fred Alexander 
Director of Information 



Miss Gerry Harry 
Secretary 



Information 
Services 




Food 
Services 




Mr. William Leavel 
Manager of Food Services 




The Spirit Of God 




Mrs. Betty Matthews 
Hostess 




Mrs. Shirley Steed 
Dietician 





Miss Marilyn Niewoehner 
Manager of Health Services 




Mr . Robert Hutto 
Assistant to Managei 




4rs. Susanne Faircloth 


Mrs. Jeanie Krebs 


Mrs. Kim West 


iupervisor of Administrative 


Secretary 


Secretary 


Services 







Administrative Services 



Dwells In Us 




Mr. Rigba Wolfe 
Manager 




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Mr. John Janney 

College Service/Transponation 

Supervisor 




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Mr. Wayne Pifer 
Assistant to Manager 




Mr. Wayne Frederick 
Electrician/Heating and Cooling 
Technician 




Mr. Lee Morris 
Custodian 


Mr. Theodore Warren 
Custodian 


Physical 




Plant 






Mr. Carl Goff 
Auto Mechanic 




Mr. Wilson Matthews 
Security Officer 




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Building Together . . . 



Music 



Department 







Mr. G. William Supplee 
Director 





Mr. William Hoyt 

Voice Instructor (on sabbatical) 




Miss Carol Kirkpatrick 
Music Instructor 




Mrs. Edna Larkin 
Secretary 



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And Helping Us Build 




Not Pictured: 

Mrs. Gail Haslatt 

Cashier, Accounting Department 

Beverly Hardee 

Secretary, Physical Plant 

Mr. Bob Endicott 

Reprographic Supervisor, Office Services 

Mrs. Judy Hatch 

Nursery Supervisor 



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Students 







Columbia Graduate School 

of 

Bible And Missions 

And can it be that I should gain an interest in the Savior's blood? 

Died He for me, who caused His pain? For me, who Him to death pursued? 

Amazing love! How can it be that Thou, my God, shouldst die for me? 







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Long my imprisoned spirit lay fast bound in sin and nature's night; 

Thine eye diffused a quickening ray, I woke, the dungeon flamed with light; 

May chains fell off, my heart was free, I rose, went forth, and followed Thee. 

Charles Wesley 





Karen I . Adams 



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Gary J . Beery 
Charles T . 
Bennetch 
Janet K. 
Bennetch 



Wayne W. Adams 
Richard J . Arma 



Linda D . Barnett 



William C. 
Bochman 
Rick E. 
Brooks 
Judith A . 
Brown 



Stephen D. 
Bryant 
Linda L. 
Caldwell 
Sylvia Chan 






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Barbara L. 

Chapman 
Stephen R. 

Chatfield 

Beverly A . 

Child 



Leiton E. 

Chinn 

R. Andrew 

Choate 

John Connelly 



Marjorie A . 

Coon 

Rouse Joe 

Copeland 

George D. 

Crow 



George E. 

Dainty 

Mary T. 

Dainty 

Gregory M. 

Darnieder 




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GRAD LIFE COUNCIL 

Rich Nichols - Social Chairman 

Leiton Chinn - Koinonia 

Chairman 
Danny Plunkett - Chairman of 

Special Projects 
George Crow - President 
Judy Brown - Music Chairman 
Ed Eshleman - Resource and 

Communication 




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Elizabeth L. Duggan 
Kathleen F. Duvall 
R. Sally Erway 
Edgar S. Eshleman 



Robert Evans 
Cesareo L. Fernandez 
Caroline B. Fleming 
Phyllis L. Florence 



Russel L. Fowler 
Joyce E. Friesen 
Barbara A . Gaunt 
Larry L . Gentry 



Elizabeth B. Gerow 

Michael Grant 

Marcia Gustafson 

Hubert R. Haaga 





Willard C. 

Hardee Jr. 

Judy E. Hardin 

Robert S . 

Hartman 



Dennis W . 

Henderson 

Nash W . Hester 

Jr. 

Janet A . Hicks 




Arthur D . 

Hopkins 

Mary G. Hower 




Thomas A . 

Hughes 

Charlotte 

Hurst 

Rickie W. 

James 



Robert L. 
Jarrett 
Marian ty. 
Johnson 
Eugene H. 
Jones 





Soon K. Kim 
John C. Kinser 
Duane R. Kruger 
Ronald F. Lace 



Nancy W . Little 
Mary Jo Livingston 
Kathy L. Lutz 
Dorothy Jean Lynch 






E. Hope MacEwen 

Lloyd T. Magewu 

Jennie R. Mahoney 

Beth A. Mays 



Susan K. McClain 

Jeanette A. McNealy 

Joseph R. Medina 

Kenneth B. Merriken 



Sandra S . Mills 

Jean E. Mlincek 

John A. Mower 

R. James Munn 





Jean M. Nelson 
Maurice L. Neese 
Richard L. Nichols 
Brian H . Nicholson 



Virgilio H. Oberes 
Jonathan M. Olford 
George Ostojic 
Janice K. Patton 



Danny H . Plunkett 
Militza T . Poleksic 
Louise Powell 
Lucinda J . Reisman 






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Lewis S. 

Roberts 

John L . 

Robinson 

Gary N . Roop 



Patricia A. 

Rowse 

Jacob Samuel 

Charles F. 

Sawyer 



David 
Seaborne 

Janet L. 

Shickley 
R. Elaine 

Shickley 



William J. 

Shipley 

Marilyn A. 

Simmons 

Lucy P. 

Singleton 



Cathye L. 

Smith 

Donalda A. 

Smith 

Sara A . 

Spearing 



Ruth L . 
Stehfest 
John W . 
Steketee 
Marcia J. 
Stevens 





Linda L. Storms 
Dennis L. Stiatton 
Kumiko Takeuchi 
Louis L . Werner 



Claudine Tali 
Dennis Temple 
Robert R. Thomson 
Shirley R. Wiens 



Corene B. Tooley 
George Tricket 
Jay R. Weaver 
Donald V. Winter 




"Our Prayer" 

May the Mind of Christ 

my Savior live in me 

from day to day , 

By His love and power 

controlling all I do 

and say. 

May the Word of God 

dwell richly in my 

heart from hour to 

hour, 

So that all may see I 

triumph only through 

His power. 

May His beauty rest 

upon me as I seek the 

lost to win , 

And may they forget 

the channel , seeing 

only Him . 

Philippians 2:5 



Words by: Kate B. 

Wilkinson 



Cheryl Cutter 
and Husband 




Our lives being 
built in Him 



Andy 
Rambikur 



Alice Price 
Sue Crist 



David 

Webster 

and Family 



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Karen E. 
Riseden 



Angus 

Mcintosh 

and Wife 

Kay 



Mary 
Browning 





Mike Joline 
and Wife 



Randall Krebs 
and Wife 





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Joel Martinez 
and Family 



Rosalie 
Batter o 



Virginia Brant 
and Husband 






Amy 
Schaeffer 



J. Light foot 

Grasty 

and Wife 



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Peggy Ford 



Tom Whalen 





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Gary Fallon 




Dorrie Poland 



Linda 
Thompson 



Leslie 
Nordman 







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Deborah Glick 



David Banks 



Tim Pifer 



Dale Tuggy 



Arleen 
Gaudry 



Joe Fera 




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Jim Fleetwood 
and Wife 



Sylvia Phelps 




Tom Cregan 
and Wife 



Julius 
Mutwota 



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Jim Hay ward 



Sam Hinson 
and Family 




Becky 
Johnston 



Ernie Taylor 
Gunda Taylor 



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Patty Dunlap 



Verne G. 
Marshall 



Dana Petit 



Henry Mallon 



Galen 
Manapat 



Evelyn 
Marquardt 





Except the Lord build the 
house, they labor in vain 
that build it, except the 
Lord keep the city, the 
watchman waketh but in 
vain. 

Psalm 127:1 

Alan 
Dyczewski 
and Family 



Deborah 
Martin 



Dale Angst adt 



Rick Miller 
and Wife 



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Rooted and built up in Him, 
and established in the 
faith, as ye have been 
taught, abounding therein 
with thanksgiving. 

Colossians 2:7 

Susan Bonner 
and Husband 




Stewart Stout 



Gabriel Galdo 



Parks Wilson 




Steven P. 

Brueck 

and Wife 



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Lynn Costa 



Alexander 
Ngonyi 



Mike Clark 



Candace 
Preston 



Valerie 

Wheeler 

Phyllis Morris 



Silvana di 
Paolo 




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Libby Smith 



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Priscilla Jones 
Jennie Wilson 



Mary Capron 




Dennis 
Shumate 



David W. 
Shull 



Dawn 
Erdmann 




Gordon 
Johnston 



Frank Noell 



Steve Powell 



Joy Duvall 



Terry L. Fulks 
and Wife 




62 




Raymond 

Medina 

and Family 



Kirk Arnold 



Tina Hays 



Steve Ward 



T. Mark 
Phillips 



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Jim Braswell 
and Wife 




Joe Estes 
and Wife 



Dan 
Clendenin 



Cindy Johnson 



Chris Kidwell 
and Wife 




Fay Lopez 



Mike Walker 
and Wife 



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Sarah Melton 
and Family 



Hazel 
Sutherland 





Rick Floyd 
and Wife 



Cindy Watts 




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LaVonne 
Martin 



Dan Smyth 
and Wife 





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and Wife 




Roger Bennett 



Renita 
Morgan 




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Stuart Scott 



Steve 
Rambikur 



F. Charles 
Ekpenyong 



Donna L. 
Cottle 



Joe Donahue 
and Wife 




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Bill West 
and Wife 



Dave Sturgeon 



James R. 
Simoneau 
and Wife 



Not Pictured: 
Karen Cocke 
Timothy Ham 
Teresa James 
Catherine Matthews 
Deborah Matthews 
Kim Payne 
Paul Peterson 
Scott Quillin 
Craig Reoch 
Richard Peck 



God has used others to build us. 

May God now use us to build 

others. 



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Juniors. . .having 
been firmly rooted . . . 




and now being built up in Him. 

Col 2:7a 



Rick Alcala 
Terry Arant 
Dan Bailey 





Richard Barmore 
Richard Barron 
David Bellelsle 



Tony Borack 
Steven Boyd 
Phil Brown 



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Patricia Brown 
Jane Bryan 
John W . Burnett 





Rachael Calhoun 
Tim Carlson 
Jeff Carlton 



Amy Chambers 

G . Lawrence Clark 

Christina Clayton 






Ronnie Cooper 

David Cox 

Micheal Davis 



Cathy Dawson 

Jim Deal 

Mick Dean 



Bruce Deming 

Lynn Duhan 

Eric Durst 




Elaine Enlow 
William D. Eiving 
Dianne Falink 





Michele Falink 
Mary Lyn Flake 
Charles Garner 






Theresa Glick 
David Gossett 
Penny Greer 



Esther Gross 
Lisa Hale 
Randy Hamrick 








Johnny Hands 

Bryan Harms 

Charles Harrah 




Nancy Harris 
Ben Herlong 
David Hitzing 



Sharon Hopkins 

Deborah Horton 

Jeannie Hubbard 




Debbie Hungerpiiler 

Steve Johnson 

Kathy Jones 



Mark Krautler 

Cinda Krecker 

Pam Kupferschmid 





Paul Kupferschmid 
Sharon Kupferschmid 
David Livingston 



John Lee 
David Lohnes 
Walter Ludwick 




Patti Malone 
Asa Mangham 
Ruth March 



Tim McAndrew 
Jerri Moore 
Elizabeth Nelms 



Gloria Nichols 
Mike Noverini 
Richard Peck 



in whom the whole building 




Doug Shiplett 
Sally Silman 



being fitted together is growing . . . Eph. 2:21 




Steven Simmons 
Zack Slaughter 
Benjamin Small 



Nellie Smith 
Sharon Sprouse 
William Taylor 




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Bob Thompson 
Wilbur Thompson 
Julia Troxler 



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Duane Vermeland 
Dennis Wade 
Ted Wingo 



Wayne Zaepfel 
Thomas Zaprzalka 
Thomas Zasadny 




CAMERA SHY: 
Dale Angstadt 
Trudy Adams 
Gary Branham 
Ken Busbee 
James Chapman 
Steve Cheatwood 
Lois Ferris 
Jan Fulks 
Edward Gaston 
Jane Grinton 
Tony Hart 
Reggie Haslett 
Steven Kittrell 
Bill Logan 
Julius Mutwota 
Alexander Ngonyi 
Alfred Pritchard 
Nancy Scarborough 
Eddy Taylor 
Gunda Taylor 
Mary Anne Walker 




"According to the grace of God which was given to 
me, as a wise masterbuilder I laid a foundation, and 
another is building upon it. But let each man be 
careful how he builds upon it. For no man can lay a 
foundation other than the one which is laid , which is 
Jesus Christ. " 

I Corinthians 3:10-11 




"For I will set my eyes on them for good , and I 
will bring them again to this land; and I will 
build them up and not overthrow them, and I 
will plant them and not pluck them up. " 

Jeremiah 24:6 




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with unique design . . . Creativity 






Sophomores of '79 Are Building 
Together in Understanding 



Sophomore small 
group leaders are 
helping to build our 
class in discipleship. 




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THERE'S A QUIET UNDERSTANDING 



Tedd Smith 



There's a quiet understanding when we're gathered in the Spirit, 
It's a promise that He gives us when we gather in His name. 
There's a love we feel in Jesus, There's a manna that He feeds us, 
It's a promise that He gives us when we gather in His Name. And 
we know when we're together, sharing love and understanding, 
That our brothers and our sisters feel the oneness that He brings . 
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you Jesus, For the way you love and 
feed us, Hand and Hand 
with Jesus today, Thank 
you, Thank you Lord. 
Thank you, Thank you, 
Lord. 




Bene W . 
Allday 





Billy 
Barber 



Amanda T. 
Bingham 



Tom 
Bizjak 




Nathan C. 


Rebekah S . 


George L. 


Thomas J. 


Deborah L. 


Sherri R 


Bullock 


Burchett 


Cail 


Campbell 


Carlson 


Cate 




There's a love we feel in Jesus. 





Cathy 
Clark 



In prayer we sense Jesus' love among us. 



Cindy G . 
Clark 




Becky J . 
Con 



Joel T. 
DeHart 




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mot 1 follow thee now ; j 
i.i > down my life for thy •■ 

lesus answered him. Wilt 

ia\ 'down thy life for my i 

,. ' Verily, verily. 1 say unto , ' 

tee The cock shall not crow, ! 

I il thou hast denied me thrice. 

CHAPTER 14 

L" /not your heart be trou-j . 
ed: ye believe in God,! 
also In me. 
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Ions: it if were not 
■*tx*'you. 'I go 



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»or else believe me for the v™, 
works' sake. VC T 

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you, He that beUevcth «jg 
the works that 1 do shall he £ 
also; and greater works Hv5 
these shall he do; because Ua 
unto my Father. B 

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ill a 1 Comforter, that he may afakji 

* » with you fot ever; 

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»V« "whom the world carmct » 
u i'u ! ccive, because it seeth him net, 
il a neither knoweti) htm: hot ft 
t« ,, know him ; tor he dweDeuVHII 
»» «. «t you. "and shall be in yon. 
a. si 1 18 i-l will not leave yoa'OB 
■rtf fortless:«IwiacotoetOrW. 
19 Yet a little while, nd fe 
[world seeth me &o mores M 
« rye see me : 'because 1 Iwe».fl 
v "'5hall live also. 

30 At that day ye sjnffl. tax* 
' H«t «I am to toy FattBfc.jat 
!n me. sad I to you. 
HethathathmyooB 
a, and keepeti ttwn, 
.it lover* mtttaAm- 
f» me s&all beloved 
and I will fewe ha . 
■ iftst myself to Mm. 
. , ,, «*rh unto Km,* 



Christ and his memhn 
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"JTVe have heard how M #>! I 
unto you, I go away, and con, 
again unto you. If ye loved me, 
ye would rejoice, because 1 said, | 
it go unto the Father: for *my 
Father is greater than L 

20 And "'now I have told you 
before it come to pass, that, 
when it Is come to pass, ye, 
might believe. 

30 Hereafter I will not talk 
much with you: ffor the prince 
of this world cometh, ana bath 
netting in me. .<;■': 

it But that the wood may 
tnnw that I love the Father; 
tod *a» the Father gave m» 
inSiinandment, evert so 3 do. « 
Arise, let uv go hen.' 

CHAPTER IS 

true' 




There's a Manna 
That He Feeds Us, 





Bob L. 


Lois G. 


Bob C. 


Bruno W. 


Rachel R. 


Mary Jane 


Forehand 


Forry 


Fortosis 


Frandell 


Frye 


Frye 



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Lloyd G. 
Greene 



Suzanne E. 
Gregan 



Toni L. Douglas W. 

Grigg Hale 






Joyce I. 


Perry L. 


Rebecca A. 


Sally J. 


Mike G . 


Laurie A. 


Hallila 


Hampton 


Hancock 


Hayes 


Hazeltine 


Helms 




Larry J . Sandra L . 

Henry Hopkins 



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Janine A , 
Hovis 




Sharon L. 
Ivey 



Cindy M. 
Jackson 




And we know when we're together, sharing love and understanding. 




Curtis S . 


Amanda M. 


Hedy J. 


Suzette L. 


Susanna F. 


Mats S . 


Jodry 


Johnston 


Jones 


Jones 


Jones 


Karlsson 



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Scott R. 

Morningstar 



Jo Alice 

Newsom 



Robyn D . 
Noe' 



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Our Brothers 

and 
Our Sisters 
Feel the Oneness 
That He Brings. 






Thank you, Thank you, Thank you Jesus, 
For the way you love and feed us , 




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Brent L. 


Donald G. 


Bob J. 


Bill 


Mary E. 


Karen R 


Preston 


Price 


Priest 


Prince 


Rabon 


Raws 



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Riley 



Talmadge D. 
Rutledge 



Not Pictured: 

Michael R. Alford 
Daniel A. Bailey 
Earl Y. Baine, Jr. 
Robert M . Baugh 
Rosemary F. Baugh 
O'dell S. Belger 
Harris S . Boyce 
Phillip A . Brown 
James R. Cagle 
Suzanne H. Cregan 
Keith Doster 
Wayne J. Edwards 
Barry L. Ferguson 
Thomas R. Grigsby 
Lawrence B. Hansley 
David R. Hawkins 
Harold L. Jones, Jr. 
Kathryn R. Jones 
Randy W. Kennedy 



Ken Nasshan 
Elizabeth W. Nelms 
Gloria R. Nichols 
Michael A. Ondera 
Farrell C . Ramsey 
Nick Reed 
Beth R. Schmidt 
David E. Stalvey 
Cathy D. Strader 
Douglas S . Thomas 
Thomas A . Thompson 
Sue N. Touart 
Patrick R. Wheeler 
Mercedes Ruiz 





Chuck E . 
Wall, Jr. 




Joel T . 


Tom P. 


Barbara L. 


June E . 


Beth D . 


George J 


Winchell 


Wood 


Woodward 


Worthington 


Wroten 


Wylong 




Here we are gathered together, 

We hope you've enjoyed what we've done. 
We are the Sophomores of '79, 

It is our pleasure to give you our time . 



For we love you brethren, 
And just really desire to see . 

Love and fellowship in Christ , 
Here at C. B.C. 



Chuck Schwandt - I John 4:7-8 



We Are One 







In the Spirit . . . 

Loving. . . 
Living. . . 
Laughing . 
Together 




The Freshman Class 

Flelping One 



Rhonda L. Adams 

Bonnie S. Alexander 

Connie Lou Alexander 

Edward L. Avis, Jr. 



Randy Baer 

Jeffrey A. Barber 

Kersten A . Bayt 

Stephen P. Becker 



Frank J. Bedell 

Kebede T. Belihu 

Dennis L . Bell 

Kathleens. Bontrager 





LEFT: Big Brother, Dennis Shumate; and Big 
Sister, Rosalie Dattero. 



Douglas H . Bowman 



Hal Boyce 




Another 



RIGHT: Advisor, Dr. Fortosis. 




Joann D . Branham 
Ellen M . Braun 
H. H. Samuel Chiow 
Stephen B. Claiborne 



William R. Coleman 
Deborah A . Cosper 
Martha L. Cosper 
Teresa A . Cottle 



Donald W. DeHart 
Gilbert A. DeWitt 
Lydia A . Duhan 
Diana L. Duke 



Elizabeth S . Dunn 
Wayne Edwards 
Lois Eggimann 
MarkR. Engelthaler 



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Andrew J. Eremic 
Terry L. Fender 
Bruce E . Garner 

Kathryn L. Gieser 



Cynthia E. Grasty 

Wendi M. Greene 

James Gregory, Jr. 

Daniel G . Gustafson 



Roger W . Ham 
Deborah L. Hamilton 





Leon Jones 
Arthur J . Joyce 
David H. Kammerer 
Timothy D . Kelty 



John J. Kennedy 
Ruth A . Kupferschmid 
Ruth D . Kuykendall 
Lucille J . Laudani 



Susan V . Layman 
Judy M . Leibbrand 
Barbara A . Lester 
Karen D . Linton 



James L. Lowe 

Mary Anne Macomber 

Louis D . Martini 

Edgar S . Marvin 



Sheryl J. Matthews 
Kent D. McCallister 
Deborah J. McCarthy 
Sherri L. McDonough 



DarrellG. Mclntyre 

Michael W. McKague 

Sue Ellen McKay 

Bryan K. McKenzie 



Pamela R. McQuay 

John W. Meckes 

James S . Miller 

Rebecca L. Morris 



George C. Myers 
David L. North 



Sherrill Northington 
Jacqueline C. Ogle 




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Kenneth L. Ogle 
Susan K . Oliver 
Edwin Ortiz 
William M. Overlook 



Cynthia A. Owen 
Brian J. Pelnik 
Catherine D. Peterson 
Elizabeth M. Poole 



Larry M . Pullis 
Katherine A . Rascher 
J . Mark Rees 
Elizabeth A . Reynolds 



Virgil F. Rice 
Kevin D. Riley 
Diane Rosenberger 
KathrynS. Salzman 



Jane L. Samuel 
Katherine E . Sandif er 



Bennett J. Schiller 
Barbara A . Schmid 



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Beth Schmidt 

Dane S . Schnarr 

Thomas B. Sefik 

Joseph O. Sellers 



Lesa A. Shackelford 

Jonathan D . Sharpe 

F. William Shattuck 

Daniel L. Shoemaker 




Gloria J. Smethers 



Richard W. Smith 




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Robert W. Spooner 

Donna M. Stanley 

Mary K . Strauss 

Cathy C. Sullivan 




Paul D . Thigpen 

Susan B. Thomas 

Zondra K. Todd 

Sue Touart 






Lola F. Tripp 
Janice J . Tuggy 
James M. Turner 
Julia R. Warwick 



Gary I . Watanabe 
J . Keith Watkins 
John B. Weed 
Cynthia A . Wheeler 



Mark A . Williams 
Tina M . Wilson 
Rebecca J. Winn 
Jeffrey A. Woods 




Charles E . Wright 
Rebecca L. Yount 
Alina I. Zuniga 

NOT PICTURED: 
William M. Branch 
Jonna M . Darnieder 
Cheryl E . Elkins 
R. Donald Hughes 
James M. Hunnewell 
Deborah J. Marion 
Sharnel A . Miller 
Faye C . Murrell 
Gary L. Nihart 
Leah O . Osimbo 
John H . Piland 
William C. Prince 
Janet L. Ramsey 
AlanR. Riley 
Richard F . Robinson 
Francetta J . Smyth 
Suzanne M. E. Taylor 
David S . Walker 
Shireen E. Wilder 
Brenda C. Wilson 
John D . Yandle 




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Cougar's Soccer 76 





Opponent 


CBC 


Allen University 


7 





Baptist College 


2 


3 


USC (OT) 


4 


2 


YMCA (coaches club) 


4 


3 


International Students 


1 


2 





1976 Soccer Team: (L to R) Verne Marshall, Steve Rambikui, 
Skeetei Moote, Dan Shoemaker, Paul Kupferschmid , David 
North, Dan Bailey, Kimo Turner, Tim Carlson, Michael 
Grant. BACK: Don Price, Bob Fortosis, Frank Bedell, Bob Pri- 
est, Stu Scott, Gaetano Sottile, Brent Preston, Mark Williams, 
Steve Claiborne, Keith Powlison, Ken Nasshan, Jonathon 
Olford . 



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Christ Jesus Himself being the chief cornerstone 



107 



Men 's Interm ural Soccer 



Won Lost 

Sr. 6 

Jr. 2 4 

Soph. 4 2 

Fr. 6 

Intermural Champs: Seniors 







108 







Though we are built as separate 
buildings , we experience unity through 
Christ. 



109 



Cougars 
Basketball '77 



1977 Basketball Team: (L to R) Kevin McWilliams, 
Keith McKenzie, Ken Merriken, Tom Sefik, Dave 
Van De Water, Gary Roop, Ted Wingo, Gil DeWit, 
Jimmy Cook, Jeff Barber, Coach Matthews, Jona- 
than Olford. Not Pictured: Keith Watkins 





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1977 Results 



OPPONENT 
Capes Coleman 
Dave Lucas 
Creative Media 
Derrick's 
Dave Lucas 
Derrick's 
Capes Coleman 
Piedmont 
Piedmont 




We 


They 


42 


63 


47 


37 


61 


43 


64 


69 


,50 


58 


51 


58 


48 


71 


100 


99 


92 


72 






that others may see the habitation of God in 



In term ural Basketball 





Win 


Loss 


Freshman 





4 


Sophomores 


1 


4 


Juniors 


3 


2 


Seniors 


5 


1 


Grads 


4 


'2 


Intermural Champs: Grads 












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Volleyball 



113 



CBC 

Tennis 






MIXED DOUBLES TOURNAMENT 

First Place: Denny Huist 

Gloria Nichols 

Runners Up: Dan Gustafson 

Diane Lounsbury 




115 




Women 's P.E. 

And 

Intermural 

Soccer 






"Or know ye not that your body is a temple of the Holy 
Spirit which is in you, which ye have from God . . . glo- 
rify God therefore in your body. " 

I Cor. 6:19-20 



The philosophy of the Women's P.E. Department is that 
if the body is in good condition, then one's lifestyle will 
reflect a more effective service and bring glory to our 
God. 




sid K-Jtis. 






v. 





Activities 








Student 
Activities 



Student Activities Committee: Mike 
Potts, Chairman; Scott Sherrod, Terry 
Arant, Nancy Harris and Jeff Wayne. 




Student 
Council 








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Building better leaders 



for His Service 






Student Association Officers: (bottom left) 
President Gary Fallon, Secretary Jerry 
Moore, Treasurer Chris Kidwell, Vice 
President Mike Potts. 




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Student 

Foreign Missions 
Fellowship 




Teaching the foundational truth that missions is on the heart of God 
is essential to involve students in foreign missions now. 



Class Representatives: Ken Pennings, Mary Capron, Keith Powli- 
son. Deb Horton, Lois Forry, Jean Takeuchi, Jim Munn, and Steve 
Ward. 





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Executive Council: Chiis Clayton, Treasurer: 
Don Schaeffer, Vice President; David Banks, 
President; Lynn Costa , Secretary. 

Our purpose is to motivate each 
student to the full personal 
involvement that God desires for 
him in building His worldwide 
Church. Exposure in chapel, to the 
world scene in relationship to the 
missionary endeavor informs 
students concerning God's formation 
of His church. 

"Unless the Lord build the house 
They labor in vain who build it;" 
Psalms 127:1a 




Building His 
ch urch in all 
the world. 






Building His ch urch 
through prayer . . 






Praying that His Name may be known in every land. The 1977 
Project is our channel to supply news paper tract-inserts in a 
suburb of Tokyo and to send CBC students as summer missionar- 
ies over seas. 




and projects. 



Geographical 

Prayer Group Leaders: Bill Shipley, Joel Deheart, Donna Cottle, Frank Noel, Brent 

Preston, John Queen, Doug Shiplett, Andy Rambike and Tom Cam. 





God provided through us, funds for the beginning of a 
classroom building for our "sister" school, the Carribean Bible 
Center in 1976 . He provided for us a new radio tower also. 

The 1977 SFMF project has been our channel to see Him 
provide funds for the beginning of another radio tower. May His 
Word go over the air from Sri Lanka . 




Men 's Dorm Council 



"And He gave some as apostles, and some as prophets, and some as evangelists, and some 
as pastors and teachers , for the equipping of the saints for the work of service , to the 
building up of the body of Christ; until we all attain to the unity of the faith, and of the 
knowledge of the Son of God, to a mature man, to the measure of the stature which belongs 
to the fullness of Christ. " 

Ephesians 4: 11-13 




Men's Doim Council Officers: Vice President Galen Manapat, President Joe Ferra, Secre- 
tary/Treasurer Phil Brown. Floorleaders: Roger Bennett, Mike Noverini, Ted Wingo, Stew- 
art Stout, Mick Dean and Rickie James. 





Women's Dorm Council 

Love Builds Bridges 
Instead Of Walls 



. . . walk in love , just as Christ 
also loved you . . . 
- Eph. 5:2 





Impossible Dreams . . . 
"people finding each 
other at right moments, 
in unexpected , obscure places 

for God-ordained reasons . . . 

IMPOSSIBLE means that i, 
an ordinary young woman, 

can be something special and 

significant 

in an enormous, hurting world. 

i can be love where i live, 
and that is Christ . . . 

and He really does make ALL 
the difference ! 

- Ann Kiemel 





There grows a special brand of His love as the daughters of the King 
seek to learn more of their inheritance. We've dared to dream, and 
have believed our Father for impossible things in each of our lives. We 
asked for a year of precious living together: loving, caring, and sharing. 
Our heart's prayer has been that Christ might "manifest through us the 
sweet aroma of the knowledge of Him in every place." (II Corinthians 
2:14) And may our hearts continue to fall in love with our Lord over and 
over again. 







IMPOSSIBLE DREAMERS: 

TOP LEFT: Dorm Council Officers: 
Nancy Hubbard, Pres.: Mary Brown- 
ing, V. P.; Patty Dunlap, Sec- 
Treas. 

ABOVE: Floorleaders: Elaine Enlow, 
Renita Morgan, Catherine Matthews, 
Jane Bayuszik, Jeannie Hubbard, Deb 
Hungarpillar, Joy Duvall. 

LEFT: R.A.'s: Donalda Smith, Kathy 
Jones, Judy Brown. 



Building Disciples In 

Christian Service 




" . . . the things which you 
have heard from me in the 
presence of many witnesses, 
these entrust to faithful men , 
who will be able to teach others 
also. " 

II Timothy 2:2 





International 
Organization 





A new organization building 
oneness through His love. 




Operation 
Koinonia 



"We who had sweet fellowship 
together, Walked in the house of 
God in the throng . ' ' 

Psa. 55:14 

" . . . but if we walk in the 
light as He Himself is in the 
light, we have fellowship with 
one another, and the blood of 
Jesus His Son cleanses us from all 
sin. " 

1 John 1:7 



Grads . . . 




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This year's choir ministered in approxi- 
mately fifty worship services while school was 
in session, most of these in the greater Colum- 
bia area . Also the choir traveled on tour during 
the winter short quarter. This tour consisted of 
twenty-two concerts in seventeen days, 
throughout North Carolina, Virginia, South 
Carolina , and Georgia . The Acceptance of the 
songs, and responses to them was good. The 
choir praises the Lord for His work through 
them. 



"TO KNOW HIM AND TO MAKE HIM KNCJftN! 




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The Ambassador Choir, under the direc- 
tion of G. William Supplee, gives CBC stu- 
dents a unique opportunity for well-bal- 
anced training. The choir presents programs 
around the theme "Joy in our Lord Jesus 
Christ." The impact of the choir on indi- 
vidual student's lives, however, is much 
greater than the visible ministry on campus 
and in local churches. Rehearsals emphasize 
not only memorization of concert numbers, 
but also voice training and music reading 
skills. The Group Ministries Seminar assists 
in the growth of individuals, as well as helps 
in the group ministry. Choir members also 
perform in a variety of social events. 

The backbone of the choir is the Christian 
Service group consisting of one second-year 
choir member, and four or five first-year 
members. The discipleship ministry through 
these groups is the basis of much of the 
choir's impact on individual lives. 



Ambassador 
Choir 1976-77 




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Chapel 
Choir 









Chapel Choir Cabinet Members: (1 to r) Liz Dunn, Publicity Chair- 
man; Carol Kirkpatrick, Director; Dan Shoemaker, Recording 
Engineer; Annette Low, Secretary; Jennie Wilson, Librarian; Keith 
Doster, President; Bunny Schmid, Social Chairman. 





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138 



True Life Company celebrates life in 
Christ with musical joy and a message of 
hope. They offer a broad repertoire of music 
appealing to people of all ages and musical 
tastes in a variety of settings, including 
worship services, youth meetings, retreats 
and banquets. The versatile group plays 
twelve different instruments and involves 
four composer/arrangers. 

The True Life Company members are: Frank Fry, Pro- 
ducer; Carol Kirkpauick, Music Director; Dave Belle 
Isle, Student Director; Tom Bezjak, Carol Bondurant, 
Joel Bonnette, Ginny Brant, Kay Fry, Brian Harms, 
Sharon Kupferschmid , Scott Powell, Lucy Singleton, 
Dennis Stratton, Ron Sutherland, Julie Warwick, Alton 
Brant, Jerri Moore. 









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The ministry of True Life Company is not 
limited to musical channels. Their outreach 
expands to the deaf, to teaching in Sunday 
Schools, leading youth rallies, and sharing 
the gospel in churches and homes . In 
addition to the effective ministry of the 
group as a whole each member benefits from 
the training in teamwork and the variety of 
experiences involved . 



WCBC 






Band 






Dear Father , 

We want to thank You, and praise You for Your 
love and sustaining strength through the rough spots 
of the putting together of the Finial. Thank You 
for pushing us to the limits and then providing for 
us to meet the expectations set before us. And 
Lord, a special thanks belongs to You for the 
Friendships we've acquired through this and for the 
victories we've experienced day by day through 
Your grace. 

With bowed hearts of 
Praise . 

The Finial Staff 



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Finial Staff Cabinet Members: Fred Alexan- 
der, Advisor; Doug Shiplett, Editor; Lydia 
Duhan, Assistant Editor; Bob Deckard, Busi- 
ness Manager- Photo Chief. 





'77 Finial Staff 








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VTTHEW, 10 



Their persecution foretold. 



pents, and harmless as doves. 

17 But beware of men: for they 
will deliver you up to the coun- 
cils, and they will scourge you 
in their synagogues ; 

18 And ye shall be brought be- 
fore governors and ki ngs for my 
sake, for a testimony agaiust 
them and the 6en'tile§. 

19 But when they deliver you 
up, take no thought how or what 
ye shall speak: for it shall be 
given you in that same hour 
what ye shall speak. 

20 For it is not ye that speak, 
but the Spirit of your Father 
which speaketh in you. 



811 Harmless, Ro .16.19. 

456 Doves 

3483 Persecution (4), 

S62 Councif [eh 24.9. 

2561 Scourging 

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