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September 15 , 2002

Editor's journey by Hal Donaldson: The American idol

Dollars for college
Three experts discuss the best ways parents can save for their children’s education.


 

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From New England to the world
Zion Bible Institute, founded in 1924, affiliated with the Assemblies of God in 2000. The school specializes in hands-on preparation to enable students to step directly into ministry. Students from all over the world have trained here and returned to their countries to minister.
BY KEN HORN

Shaping servant leaders
A fully accredited seminary with an uncompromising Pentecostal focus, Assemblies of God Theological Seminary has been training church leaders since 1972.
BY SCOTT HARRUP

Vision from the Valley of the Sun
American Indian College provides a culturally sensitive learning environment for those who are called to reach the more than 600 North American tribes with the gospel.(See also Western Bible College and Native American Bible College on page 40.)
BY JOHN COCKROFT

College life in the Caribbean
Caribbean Theological College, located on the beautiful island of Puerto Rico, is
making a big contribution to the kingdom of God.
BY JOHN W. KENNEDY


 

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