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Alaska Bible College

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Alaska Bible College
Alaska Bible College logo.png
MottoBecoming servant leaders with Christ-like character.
TypeBible college
Established1966
PresidentDavid Ley
Students51[1]
Location
Palmer, Glennallen (extension), Anchorage (extension)
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United States
CampusRural
ColorsRed and Gold
Websitewww.akbible.edu

Alaska Bible College is a private Christian bible college in Palmer, Alaska. Extension courses are also offered in Anchorage and Glennallen. It is nationally accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education.[2]

The school was established in 1966 by missionary Vincent James Joy, a graduate of Moody Bible Institute who became a pioneer missionary to the Ahtna people and also founded Central Alaskan Missions (which is now a branch of SEND International).[3] Joy began ABC with a focus on theological education for those preparing for ministry within Alaska.

A primary distinctive of the school is its emphasis on training individuals, including Alaska Natives, for rural ministry in the Far North.

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References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-02-22. Retrieved 2014-02-07.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ http://www.abhe.org/pages/NAV-Directory.html
  3. ^ Faye E. Crandal, Into the Copper River Valley, Taylors, SC: Faith Printing, 1994.

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