Appalachian Bible College coming to First Baptist Church

LOCK HAVEN — The Gospel Heralds, a team of nine students from Appalachian Bible College (ABC), will give a concert of inspirational music at First Baptist Church in Lock Haven, on Sunday, June 9, at 6 p.m.

Vocal and instrumental selections along with personal testimonies combine for an engaging presentation for all ages. A brief introduction to ABC, West Virginia’s only accredited Bible college, is also included in this encouraging event of worship and challenge. Admission to the concert is free and the public is invited. More information is at abc.edu/gospelheralds.

The Gospel Heralds are comprised of Andrew Stevens of McDermott, Ohio, Andrew Taylor of Portsmouth, Va., Malorie Rinehart of Beckley, W.Va., Michaela Patrick of Palmyra, Pa., Caleb Ellison of Flat Top, W.Va., Rebekah Estell of Tremont, Ill., Allison Bowsher of Van Wert, Ohio, Josiah Yowell of Beckley, W.Va., and Titus Yogerst of Richfield, Wis.

Appalachian Bible College has been training men and women to serve in church-related ministries since 1950. ABC offers Bible Certificate, Associate of Arts, Bachelor of Arts, and Master of Arts programs, including online courses and a prison Bible college. The campus is located north of Beckley, WV. Learn more at abc.edu.