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September 9 , 2001

Vantage point by Ken Horn: 15,000 students to change the world

Bethany College: Training leaders for church and society
Sharing Christ and serving others are cornerstones at northern California’s Bethany College, the oldest accredited Assemblies of God college.
By Kirk Noonan

Evangel University: ‘A vine of divine planting’
Since 1955, Evangel has offered a Pentecostal, liberal arts education to students who desire to serve as Christians in the marketplace, the classroom, the operating room, the courtroom – wherever God has called them.
By Scott Harrup

Valley Forge Christian College: An exciting place to be
Renovation and redevelopment have energized the student body at this historic Assemblies of God college campus near Philadelphia.
By Ken Horn with Katy Attanasi

Trinity Bible College: A family on the prairie
In rural Ellendale, N.D., God is raising up committed students who look beyond paychecks and perks and toward reaching a lost world with the gospel.
By Ann Floyd

Vanguard University: People are worth everything
Founded in 1920, Vanguard University of Southern California is the largest Pentecostal university west of the Rocky Mountains. Here students learn to integrate their faith with their academic pursuits.
By Joel Kilpatrick


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