Florida Bible College - Torch Yearbook (Miami, FL)
- Class of 1968
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On the following pages it will be our pleasure to
introduce you to Florida Bible College.
It is our hope that what you see here may en-
courage you to come to know, and to love FBC as we
do .... for the best of all reasons:
In precept and practice, it is dedicated to The
Lord Jesus Christ and the salvation of the world for
which He died.
Miami might well be called the most beautiful,
enjoyable mission field in the world. Over two mil-
lion people annually can be found availing them-
selves of the blessings God has lavished on this
lovely city. In addition, each of the dozens of sports
and recreational activities that take place all year
round are used to entice visitors from the whole
wide world. Thus the students of Florida Bible Col-
lege have a unique and challenging opportunity to
witness for Christ in this metropolitan areag and
this they are faithful to do. Many, many people who
make Miami their vacation destination leave having,
their eternal destiny settled forever, because they
heard and received a clear presentation of the
LET ME SEE THIS WORLD, DEAR LORD
AS THOUGH I WERE LOOKING THROUGH
Class time is a time of listening and note tak-
ing, necessary ingredients in effective studying.
Study is the quiet hour alone with the Word of God
where the Holy Spirit continues that which began in
the classroom, and becomes a necessary part of
the students spiritual experience. A A
A WORLD OF MEN WHO DON'T WANT YOU LORD
BUT A WORLD FOR WHICH YOU DIED
Truth often travels fastest and remains longest
on its target when it travels through the vehicle of
humor. Quick wit expressed from real joy on the
part of faculty and students keep the moraleihigh
and adds a spirit of warmth, so greatly needed in
HA merry heart doeth good like a medicine..."
LET ME KNEEL WITH YOU IN THE GARDEN
BLUR MY EYES WITH TEARS OF AGONY
FOR IF ONCE I COULD SEE THIS WORLD
THE WAY YOU SEE
I JUST KNOW I,D SERVE YOU MORE
The greatest emphasis at Florida Bible Col-
lege is placed on personal witnessing. The Student
is encouraged to avail himself of every opportunity
and apply what he has been taught. A knowledge of
the truth will do little good unless it is used in
practical application. The greatest way to win souls
is one at a time and there is no substitute for the
love shown through personal witnessing.
LET ME SEE THIS WORLD, DEAR LORD. THROUGH YOUR
EYES, WHEN MEN MOCKYOUR HOLY NAME, WHEN
THEY BEAT YOU AND SPAT UPON YOU: LORD LET ME
LOVE THEM AS YOU LOVE THEM JUST THE SAME
"Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose
mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee."
LET ME STAND HIGH ABOVE MY PETTY PROBLEMS
AND GRIEVE FOR MEN HELL BOUND ETERNALLY
FOR IF ONCE I COULD SEE THIS WORLD
THE WAY YOU SEE, I JUST KNOW I'D SERVE YOU
A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS...
The Bible says in Eph. 2:8-l0, "For by
grace are ye saved through faithg and that not
of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of
works, lest any man should boast. For we are
His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus
unto good works, which God hath before or-
dained that we should walk in them." These
verses form the heartbeat of Florida Bible
College. We want the world to know the gos-
pel and understand God's plan of salvation,
and our lives to be a good testimony.
It is imperative that we train students to
become faithful, effective ministers of the
Word of God. The F.B.C. Administration en-
deavors constantly to be conscious of God's
will, God's leading, and to train those in
our care to be men and women with a real
heart for souls, for lives, for a-ccomplishing
the Work the Lord has set before each
believer in a manner that will result in love,
joy, and peace in their lives .... and which
will bring honor and glory to our Lord Jesus
A. RAY STANFORD
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ADMINISTRATION ....... 21
ASSOCIATIONS. ......... .39
ACTIVITIES .... .... 6 I
1 ACADEMICS ........... 79
4 ADVERTISEMENTS .... 137
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E. F. P. BRIGHAM
"llc that handleth a matter wisely shall find good .... " - Proverbs 20: l6a
In its six years of existence, Florida Bible College
has experienced phenominal growth through God's "Amaz-
ing Grace." Accompanying this growth period, however,
were problems that demanded legal assistance. F.B.C.
has been privileged to have at its side, in these trying
times, a most capable team of Christian attorneys whose
work is "dedicated to the glory of God." The Brigham's,
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The plaque that hangs in the foyer of the Brigham Build-
ing gives an insight into their dedication to the Lord and
E. F. P. and sons, Dana and Toby, have worked tirelessly
and without fee, under God's directive will, to accomplish
the complex legal tasks laid before them. For their forth-
right testimony and sincere dedication to Florida Bible
College, we shall be eternally grateful. It is, therefore,
an honor to dedicate the 1968 Torch to THE BRIGHAMS.
Y f 7 Q, sr I' X The Brighams - Dana, li. F. P., and Toby.
MARK G. CAM BRON
MEMBER Board of Trustees
CO-FOUNDER of Florida Bible College
FOUNDER and President of Seaside Mission
AUTHOR of Christian College text books
ASSISTANT to the late W. B. Riley
DEAN of Tennessee Temple Schools 1948-1959
UNIVERSITY of Chattanooga
NORTHWESTERN Bible School
NORTHWESTERN Evangelical Seminary
PIONEER Theological Seminary
AMERICAN Bible College
TENNESSEE Temple College
"The lips of the wise disperse knowledge" - Prov. l5:7a
"And all God's children said. . .AMEN!
A Profession of Patience. . .
ROBERT A. MILLER
Dean of Men
gg CO-FOUNDER 8: President, International Bible Mission
MIDWEST Bible College, Th.B., 1953
MISSIONARY TO Cuba, 1953-1960
CO-FOUNDER 84 Vice-President, World Mission Enterprises
PIONEER Missionary in Ecuador
CO-FO UNDER 8: Professor, Cuban Bible Institute
FORMER Pastor and Bible Conference Speaker
REGISTRAR, Florida Bible College, 1965-1967
PRESENT Graduate Work
"A man shall be commended
according to his wisdom.."
"Wisdom resteth in the heart of him that hath understanding" gd, ff 41'-
Proverbs l4:33a I 5- I
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SUE STAN FORD
Dean of Women
SECRETARY-Treasurer, Board of Trustees
INSTRUCTOR, Christian Etiquette
WASHINGTON School for Secretaries
FINANCIAL Coordinator, CYR Conference
FIFTEEN Years Experience as Girls' Couns
BIBLE Teacher of Women's Groups
TEACHER, Sunday School, College Girls
WIFE of The President, Dr. A. Ray Stanford
elor at CYR
The Littlest Outlaw
For The Lord giveth Wisdom
Hooow many verses for P,E.. Grundpu
A. LEE STANFORD
H 6 Registrar
FLORIDA Bible College, B.A., l966
FLORIDA State University 1959-60
'A wise son hcureth his father's instruction..." INSTRUCTOR- F-B-C-
P,,,,C,,,, I 31, TEACHING Fellowship, F.B.c. 1965-66
DEACON, Grove Community Church
TEACHER, Sunday School, High School Boys
FACULTY Advisor, Yearbook Staff
DADE County Law Enforcement Officer 1961-67
PRESENT Graduate Work
This is the Lord's doing!
"Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might"....
fEcclesiastes 9:l0aJ "Strength and honor are her clothingg and
she shall rejoice in time to come. She openeth her mouth with
wisdom, and her toungue is the law of kindness." fProverbs 31:
Business Office Manager
FLORIDA Bible College Evening School
HEAD Girls' Counselor CYR Conferences, 6 Years
DEAN of Women, FBC, 1964-66
MISSIONARY Training Institute, 2 Years
MIAMI Bible College, Evening School
EXECUTIVE Secretary, 7 Years
FORMER President of Ladies of Grove Church
"Don't worry Nana, we'll win."
Part of the office manager's domain is the recruiting
and training of future office help for FBC. This she
delights in doing because the first trainee for 1980
secretarial duties is her granddaughter Joy. "Pa-
A DAILY MIRACLE ....
The minds and hands that keep the business operatic...
in a growing college running smoothly will be found dili-
gently at work in the business office. They handle all col-
lege financial matters, including student accounts, purchas-
ing of supplies, the distribution of textbooks and Christian
literature. Materials for the printer are prepared by this
office in addition to the filling of all orders for "Heaven"
tracts and mailing of the new Personal Evangelism Cor-
respondence Course. With the added payroll and bookkeep-
ing procedures for Florida Bible College Day and Evening
School, these ladies are always busy. Still, there is an air
of warmth and friendliness felt by all who have occasion to
enter. Whether the student needs information, aspirin, or a
simple word of encouragement, he can be certain of having
his needs cheerfully met there.
Secretary - Registrars Office
THE BUSINESS OFFICE
Assistant to the Office Manager - Bookkeeper
B. Jane Selstad
Secretary to the Office Manager
Carl V. Thomas
Secretary to the Dean of Women
Secretary to the Dean of Men
RICHARD A. SEYMOUR
FOUNDER-Director, Soul Winning Seminar
EDITOR-Soul Winnerls Digest
INSTRUCTOR, Florida Bible College
FLORIDA Bible College, B.A. 1963
MIAMI Bible College, 1957
, , , I "W'll I have a final exam...yuk, yuk, yuk"
SECRETARY-Treasurer, International Bible Mission I
PRESENT Graduate Work
"Another Day, Another leaky faucet"
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DIRECTOR of Housing, F.B.C.
SPANISH Instructor, F.B.C.
CALVARY Bible College
MISSIONARY in Cuba, 1953-60
PIONEER Missionary in Ecuador
SPANISH Teacher, Miami Christian School 1965-66
"Well, according to Hoyle..."
COLLEGE Nurse, F.B.C.
STATE University of Iowa - College of Nursing
UNIVERSITY of Miami B.S., 1966
COTTEY College for Women, 1951
GRADUATE of Diploma Program
DANA P. BRIGHAM
NORTHWESTERN University, B.B.A
STETSON University, L.L.B.
PARTNER, Law Firm of Brigham and Brigham
PHI Alpha Delta, Legal Fraternity
AMERICAN Bar Association
DADE County Bar Association
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"I wonder where the yellow went..."
CORABE L MORGAN
DIRECTOR of FBC Concert Chorus
MIAMI Conservatory of Music
CONCERT and Choir Soloist
, RADIO, TV, and Recording Artist
TELEVISED Weekly Program
INSTRUCTOR, Miami Bible College
ADON C. TAF11
.IOU RNALISM Instructor FBC
UNIVERSITY of Arizona, B.A.
UNIVERSITY of Miami, M.A.
RELIGION Editor, The Miami Herald
WINNER, National Religious Publicity Council
Award, l962g for best coverage of Religious
Mrs. Morgan directs with this in mind..."If we don't sing it like
we mean it, why should anyone believe it?"
ACCOMPANIST of FBC Concert Chorus
CLARK Conservatory of Music
MIAMI Conservatory of Music
ORGANIST and PIANIST
RADIO, TV, and Recording Artist
INSTRUCTOR, Miami Bible College
Use the power of the press for the glory of God and you've
really got something.
JAMES A. GREER
DIRECTOR FBC Orchestra, Ensemble 140
Wu Voice College Choir
ACCOMPANIST FBC C6116g6 Ch61rg 016666166 TEACHING F9119wShip, FBC 1966-68
Ensemble FLORIDA Bible C6116g6, 1965-
INSTRUCTOR, Piano and Voice INSTRUCTORI P19110 . .
INSTRUCTOR, Miami Christian s6h661, 1964-66 SOUTHERN 111111915 Umvefslty, 1959, 1964
FLORIDA Bible College, B.A., 1964
KINGS College, 1960-62
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I I 66966 THOMAS H. DAVIS
Precise leadership from the hand of Jim Greer keeps FBC's U I
140 116166 611611 in "tune" f6r the L6rdI PRESIDENT and Rad1o Director of Word of
CO-DIRECTOR, Key Largo Youth Ranch
FLORIDA Bible College, B.A., 1965
"1W0k?111?111i?,'110f11111g GRADUATE with H1gh661H6n6r FBC, 1965
1W0kcj1,'xQ?lh"gkEEK MIAMI Bible C6116g6 1961-62
66 my mind." UNIVERSITY 6f Miami, 1958-59
LAW Enforcement Officer, Miami Beach
RAYMOND A. MORGAN
INSTRUCTOR, Public Speaking-EBC
GRADUATE Assistant in Dale Carnegie Courses
WH EATON College, B.S., 1964
PARTNER, Morgan Piano Company
FREQUENT vocal soloist, FBC
LOIS L. MCELROY
ENGLISH Instructor, FBC
STERLING College, B.A.
TEACHER in public schools for eight years,
four years in Dade County
ORGANIST, Grove Community Church - since
Praise ye the
good to sing
God: for it is pleasant: and
praise is comely.
SECRETARY to Dr, A. Ray Stanford
INSTRUCTOR, shorthand, EBC, 1967
LINDSEY Hopkins Secretarial Course
MIAMI Bible College 1957 - 1958
COUNSELOR, CYR Conference, 1957-66
DIRECTOR, College Ladies League
Lord: for it is
praises unto our
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PATRICIA M. MILLS
INSTRUCTOR, Child Evangelism FBC
DIRECTOR, Junior Church, Grove Community
INSTRUCTOR, science andthe Bible, PBC Church A
DREXEL Insiiiuie of Technology. BS. CHOIR Director, Grove Community Church
INSTITUTE of Marine science, Ms. Iunivefsny SWG '958
of Miami, TENNESSEE Temple College, B.A., 1958
TEACHER of anatomy, physiology, biology and TEACHING Certificate, University of Miami,
Zoology: Miami Dade Junior College 1961 - in Secondary and Elementary School
SCIENCE teacher, Miami Christian High School Educatlon
PUBLIC school teacher since 1960
DIRECTOR, Daily Vacation Bible School Grove
TWENTY years experience teaching and train-
ing in Child Evangelism classes in South
OWNED and operated Christian Supply Center
HE THAT WALKETI-I WITH WISE
MICHAEL D. SHAFFER
STUDENT Government President, FBC, 1967
TEACHING Fellowship, FBC, 1967-68
CO-DIRECTOR Christian Youth Ranch
FLORIDA Bible College, 1964-68
GEORGIA Tech, 1963-64
A classroom workout!
SHALL BE WISE
BRUCE E. PORTER
STUDENT Government President, FBC, 1968
TEACHING Fellowship, FBC, 1968
DIRECTOR, North Miami Youth Ranch
FLORIDA BIBLE College, 1965-68
ST. PETERSBURG Junior College, 1965-65
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These two young men have been appointed by the Administration of
Florida Bible College to a Teaching Fellowship. The Fellowship is
granted because of advanced knowledge and maturity in the word of
God and provides both academic and practical training while minis-
tering to other students.
KEY PERSONNEL KEEP REGISTRATION,
RECORDS AND REVENUE ROLLING
From the first day of registration to the night of com-
mencement, these dependable young women execute their
jobs very efficiently. They are responsible for handling
detail work with regard to student accounts and permanent
BARBARA A. ROCHE
ASSISTANT to the Registrar
FLORIDA Bible College, 1965, B.A.
TENNESSEE Temple Schools l
SECRETARY, FBC, 1965-67
SUNDAY School Dept. Superintendent.
Grove Community Church
HEAD Girls' Counselor, Christian Youth Ranch Conference S L.
ASSISTANT to the Business Officer Manager
FLORIDA Bible College, 1967
SENIOR Counselor, Christian Youth Ranch Conference
SECRETARY - Cashier, 5 years
ASSISTANT - Miami Springs Youth Ranch, I967
SECRETARY - Bookkeeper, FBC, 1966-67
FORMER Secretary to Dr. Mark Cambron
Shibuyaku, Tokyo, Japan
Dave D. Mansingh
Florida Bible College is aware of the fact that
the most successful missionary work in any country
is done by the nationals. Thus it is our goal to train
these young Christians, who love the Lord, to return
to their own people with a clear presentation of the
Ramdeo R. Seecharan
St. Augustine, Trinidad
Now if Ann can just stay on the top."
The word "dedicated" in Christian circles
often seems repetitious and meaningless, but not
so in the case of these conscientious young men
who labor on behalf of F.B.C.
Ron Yoder's responsibility for the smooth
functioning of F.B.C. mechanics defies descrip-
tion. Encompassed in his daily tour are all cus-
todial duties repair. and maintenance of F.B.C.
property, and general "man of the hour" in
almost an emergency.
Jim Woodhead has the privilege of knowing
that thousands may come to know the Lord
through the printed material that rolls off the
F.B.C. press daily under his capable hand.
"And after you finish the "Heaven" tracts, you can start on the good news ,carsf then . .
The man behind it all...
Under the direction of Dr. A. Ray Stanford, along with Mike
Shaffer and Ralph Arnold as current Co-directors, the Chris-
tian Youth Ranch has been in existence for 15 years, reaching
teenagers for Christ through singing, special music, and the
clear presentation of the Gospel. Two hundred to three hundred
teenagers come out every Thursday night to sing, witness, fel-
lowship, and find the answer to their questions. Each week many
raise their hands indicating that in Jesus Christ they have put
their trust for the only way to heaven. The CYR has been proven
a definite means of reaching teens for Christ. As a result, many
other "Ranches" fBible Studiesj have been started all over
Miami and adjoining areas, but the CYR still remains "the
Grand-Daddy of them all."
"In the beginning..."taround 19503
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MIKE OTTO - Director, Senior High
The Pompano Youth Ranch was begun in June, l966.
and has continued under its present directorship, meeting
at the home of Mr. Robson, with an average attendance of
one hundred teenagers. During the past year, its activities
included participation in the Atlanta Easter Retreat, a
beach party, a hayride. a leadership seminar co-sponsored
by the St. Petersburg Youth Ranch, and the most spectacu-
BRUCE PORTER - Director
In the fall of l964 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walker opened their
beautiful home in Miami Shores to the North Miami Youth Ranch.
Under the direction of Lowell Ayrton 11964-l965l, Hal Haller
11965-19665 and Bruce Porter H966-l967l, the Walker's home
was the place where many teenagers trusted Christ as Saviour
and where each had an opportunity to dedicate his life to serve
the Lord. Steve Michaelson has ably assisted Bruce Porter as
Co-Director this year.
When Mr. and Mrs. Walker moved out of town for several
months in the spring of I967, the Lord specifically answered the
prayers of the Ranch and its council members and provided an
ideal setting for its meetings. Mr. and Mrs. Rusek of North
Miami had added a one-thousand square foot addition to their
home, complete with Bar-B-Que pit and ping-pong table, for the
sole purpose of reaching teenagers with the Gospel.
This year the Council has shown consistent work and
growth. Two of the most outstanding activities this group of
dedicated high school students have planned, were the Spook
Party and the Easter Retreat at Atlanta. Week after week, the
two-fold purpose of this Ranch has been evidenced in the mem-
bers' lives: to win the lost to Christ and to train these to win
lar of all, a Halloween Party with four hundred in attend-
anceg two hundred more had to be turned away.
The Junior High Ranch meets on Friday nights and is
ably directed by Rick Rodriguez and his assistant director,
The publication of a monthly magazine called Up Look
is a recent innovation.
"lt has been one of the greatest experiences of my
life to have a part in directing the Key Largo Youth Ranch
with Tom Davis. The Ranch is now a little over one year
old. Tom and I have watched many accept Christ here.
grow. and become soulwinners themselves.
Fourteen teenagers attended the Boca Raton Confer-
ence and all fourteen dedicated their lives there. Several
plan to attend F.B.C.
With the help of Mike Moore, Kay McDuffie, Nelda
Sallee. and others, we have seen much fruit during this
The Ranch meets every Monday night in the home of
Captain and Mrs. Al Mende at the Blue Fin Marina. A
brick fireplace and mounted fish on the walls make an
ideal setting for the meetings.
Tom and I have been given such a vision here that we
are preparing to start youth ranches at Marathon and Key
West. It would be tremendous to see the ranch ministry
extended throughout the Keys."
IAMI SPRINGS - HIALEAH ,
Due to the graciousness of Mr. C. C. Jones. the di-
rector of the Miami Springs Recreation Center, the Miami
Springs-Hialeah Youth Ranch has the advantage of assem-
bling in the popular club room every Saturday night. The
Ranch, directed by Lee Patton. is vitally located around
three leading high school campuses . . . serving over 6,000
The atmosphere is friendly and casual, a setting that
appeals to young people or adults. Guitars, singing, and
laughter introduces the meeting and serves to unite the
crowd. An interesting informal Bible study centered around
the Gospel is then presented by the director. An opportu-
nity to trust Christ as Saviour climaxes the meeting.
The nucleus of faithful teenagers, the "Council",
lead and direct the Ranch's activities. Their efforts in
sharing Christ with others at bake-sales and car-washes.
given to supply free refreshments at the Ranch. have been
notable achievements. Similarly. at a recent carnival.
over thirty people trusted the Lord due to the energy of
the Council. Since the Bible commands us to "go into all
the world and preach the gospel," this is one way of en-
deavoring to do so.
WHAT GREAT THINGS...
SUE STANFORD - Director
Because of a mutual bond, the wives of F.B.C. stu-
dents requested that Florida Bible College start a "Wives'
Fellowship" for the purpose of instruction in things per-
taining to the problems these wives must face upon enter-
ing ufull-time" Christian work.
The meetings are held at the Stanford's home. The
speaker is Mrs. Sue Stanford, Dean of Women at Florida
Bible College. The meetings have been a resounding suc-
cess and will continue on a monthly basis.
The North Miami Junior High Youth Ranch is a spir-
itual offspring of the North Miami Senior High Ranch.
Bruce Porter was having so many Junior High students
coming out that he found it necessary to start a work just
for them. He requested Stan Ponz and me to start the
workg we agreedg and the North Miami Junior High Youth
Ranch was born. We are currently meeting at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School, in North Mi-ami Beach.
The method the Lord used to give us this meeting
place is a whole story in itself and we just praise Him for
it. There are 1,600 students at J.F.K., so it is apparent
we have much room for growth.
The Fort Lauderdale Youth Ranch has been meeting
in a home at l7l0 N. E. 43 Street for the past two and a
half years. We are praying that the Lord will provide a
permanent place by the fall of l968. The regular Ranch
meetings are on Tuesdays at 7:45 P. M.
In the past year nearly 250 young adults have trusted
Jesus Christ as Savior in Ranch meetings and special ac-
tivities. It is our prayer that this number can be more
than doubled when the Ranch becomes a full-time work.
The Lord has opened a new ministry from the Fort
Lauderdale Ranch called Mail-Evangelism. We are at-
tempting to send a personal letter presenting the Gospel
to every individual in the City. The future looks bright
I JU ICR HIGH
TONY MIRABLLLA - Director
SPANISH BIBLE STUDY
The Latin Youth Ranch is an unique Bible Study which
combines the best of two worlds: The relaxed, down to
earth atmosphere of the English-speaking Bible studies,
with the lively Latin flavor.
The purpose of the meetings is to reach the Latin
young people for the Lord. So far, the ministry of the
Ranch has touched Mexicans, Cubans, Puerto Ricans,
Peruvians, Ecquadorians, Columbians, Venezuelans, and
other Spanish-speaking teens who have been presented
with a clear Gospel message and a challenge to tell others
of the free gift of eternal life.
The Ranch meets in Miami at the home of Dr. A.
Gonzalez. Juan A. Toranzo, speaker for the Spanish Tel-
evangelism message, is also director of this Ranch and
extends a warm welcome to all Latin young people to
visit the "Rancho Cristiano Latino."
TOM CROLEY - Director
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The ever-expanding ministry of Florida Bible College
has now reached into the Homestead area where a South
Dade Youth Ranch was begun in November, I967.
This new work, under the leadership of Dale Craw-
shaw and Willie Griffin, is aimed at reaching the unevan-
gelized teen-agers in the South Dade area with the "good
news" of Jesus Christ. The directors are ably assisted
each week by several FBC students as well as faithful
teenagers from South Dade High School.
The co-directors alternate in speaking each week.
The work is growing wonderfully, with many receiving
JUAN A. TORANZO
Psalm 95:16 says, "Let us make a joyful noise to the
rock of our Salvation." Thus we justify our noiseful joy
every Tuesday night at the North Dade Youth Ranch, 1100
N. W. 200 Terrace.
We thank the Lord for providing us with this opportu-
nity to present the Gospel. Through the faithfulness of Mr.
and Mrs. Pierson in opening their home for the meetings
and through the consistent help of Mr. and Mrs. Ed DeBee,
Stan Ponz, and Carol Ward, souls have been won to Christ.
We are thankful to the members of the council who
regularly each week get the job done in bringing out new
teenagers to hear the Gospel, and who make the Ranch and
its outreach in Norland High School possible.
Christ as the One who made the payment for their sins.
There is beginning to be some real spiritual growth among
the young Christians in this heretofore neglected area. As
one teenage girl put it: "I probably would have never
known Jesus Christ if you all had not come here." This is
reason enough for the existence of the South Dade Youth
THE LORD HATH
The work with the colored people is gradually growing
in both its scope and blessing. There are now children's
Bible classes in five areas, and there is also a new colored
adult Bible study being taught by Roger Post.
Many of the children that have trusted the Lord have
begun to ask their teachers how they can tell their friends
about Jesus. Because of this, the lessons now have the
double emphasis of salvation by faith and witnessing about
Three of the children's classes have nearly one hun-
dred children and all have an even greater growth poten-
tial. These studies are concentrated in city parks and
CAROL SEYMOUR - Director
During the first semester of each year the College
Ladies League meets once a month at the home of Mrs.
Richard Seymour. This year we were honored to hear the
testimonies of two wonderful Christian women, Mrs. Geri
Bibey, and Mrs. Dolly Greer ..., as well as Bible studies
geared particularly for women who want to serve the Lord,
by Carol Seymour.
The music and testimonies brought each month by
F.B.C. students have been especially enjoyable. The
League has been a means of making new acquaintances
and enjoying Christian fellowship. The special desserts
are always a real treat.
In October, the Lord opened an opportunity to begin a
Christian Youth Ranch on the Seminole Indian Reservation
near Hollywood, Florida. Several Florida Bible College
students who previously worked with Cliff Taylor in the
Indian Bible Camps recognized the need and felt a burden
to reach these young people for the Lord.
After meeting with the former Chief, Bill Osceola,
the students were granted permission to meet in the In-
dependent Baptist Church which is located on the
JOHN ALLAN - Director
DO E FOR THEE
As the Lord led, the Pompano Junior High Youth
Ranch developed from the Senior High Youth Ranch. The
purpose being to separate the two groups so that more
souls could be reached for the Lord.
Starting with just six junior highers in March, 1967,
the meetings have grown to an average attendance of sixty,
with eighteen council members. The Ranch now meets in
the home of the Mickler's, one of the finest Christian
families in Pompano.
Although the main objective of Ranch is to reach jun-
ior high boys and girls with the Gospel and in turn teach
them to reach others, we still have a third purpose: a
training ground for the many high school council members
who help in the mass of activities fBar-B-Q's, picnics,
We pray that through this work a vision to win more
junior high boys and girls to the Lord might come about.
JU IOR I-IIGI-I
RICK RODRIGUEZ - Director
CHRISTIAN YOUTH BAR
BEN DARLINGTON - Director
The Christian Youth Barn grew out of informal meet-
ings with Carol City High School students, and has been
led by several different young men from Florida Bible
College. For the past year the director of the Barn has
been Ben Darlington.
Barn is focused on reaching high school young people
most of whom attend Carol City High School. Its purpose
is to present the Gospel clearly to the lost, and to instruct
Christians in effective witnessing. Last summer, seven
high schoolers were sent to Boca Raton Youth Ranch
Camp. One now attends Florida Bible College and several
more plan to attend.
FORT MYE RS
Seeing hundred of young people seeking answers to
their questions, Mike Hansinger felt led of the Lord to
start a "ranch" in Fort Myers in his own home. The first
meeting was held in November. There are two meetings a
month, and they have seen much fruit from the beginning.
Because of help from Mrs. Hansinger in serving re-
freshments at each meeting, many young people have come
to the Bible studies that otherwise might not have attended,
and they have found the answer to their problems in Jesus
Since it is the Lord's ministry, He has blessed it,
and we expect Him to do "exceeding abundantly above all
that we ask or think." fEphesians 3:20J
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College sponsored beach parties are always crowd Stoppers, if only for their uniqueness. Featured are group singing, testimonies, and special num-
bers by individuals.
Personal witnessing during street meetings . . .
Although Bible Studies are an important part in the
students' lives at Florida Bible College, there are also
many other opportunities that come their way.
And vesper services and individual counseling at chapel are all a part of the
Rescue Mission ministry.
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Football games have proved an effective tool in gathering groups of un-
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Another opportunity to present God's plan of redemption is found at the
busy docks of Miami's Dodge lsland Seaport. Hundreds of seamen are
on leave in Miami each month, providing a wide open ministry. FBC
Youth Ranch meetings are No. l on the opportu-
nities list of most students.
students have been successful in forming "car caravans" which meet
the ships as they dock, and invite the crews to a gospel meeting in their
"I WILL SING TI-IE
WO DRQUS STGRYUY'
Mrs. Morgan directs the Concert Chorus in one of its seasonal several television appearances and sung 'to audiences number-
sacred concerts. Under her leadership the group has made ing in the thousands, of the love and saving grace of our Lord.
The music department of Florida Bible College is
comprised of the Concert Chorus, directed by Mrs.
Corabel Morgan, accompanied by Mrs. Ada Soubirou
and Mrs. Ella Cameron and the Sunday Night College
Choir which are directed and accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. James Greer. Resulting from these are many
small instrumental and local groups. Each group in-
dividually, has been vital in the ministry of Florida
Bible College and Grove Community Church. The mu-
sic used ranges from sacred classics to ranch style
music and provides varied experience in the many
practice makes perfect ....
types of musical events needed to reach all types of
people. All FBC students are aware of the tremendous
part music plays in reaching people with the gospel. To
have the Gospel understood is truly the desire of each
individual participating in the music program of Flori-
da Bible College.
Mr. Greer and the l3O voice choir stay busy all week rehearsing for their
weekly musical presentation at Grove Community Church.
FBC's mixed ensemble. . .a group to be proud of,
"I wish to see all arts. principally music, in
the service of Him who gave and created them.
Music is a fair and glorious gift of God. I would
not for the world forego my humble share of
music. Singers are never sorrowful, but are
merry, and smile through their troubles in song.
Music makes people kinder, gentler, more staid
and reasonable ..... I am strongly persuaded
that after theology, there is no art that can be
placed on a level with music: for besides the-
ology, music is the only art capable of affording
peace and joy of the heart .... "
Only the respect of a director, keeps the performers at their best.
Hard work on the part of all. makes the final nite "shine" at Boca.
Many students attending Florida Bible Col
lege are unusually gifted in the field of music
While centered around the Lord Jesus Christ
we the students of FBC, proclaim our God-
given message in testimony and in song.
"SPEAK OUT SPOKESMENM
Dickie Hill, Bruce Porter, Dave Shipley, Mike Otto
The dedicated talents of Dolly Greer have enhanced the per-
formances of many.
BIG NOISE - BUT JOYFUI.
FBC's Famous Firehouse Five...uh... FOUR!
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PHIL KEIFER sings praise!
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It was a great display of FBC - musical
talent, directed to one end - that the audience FBC5Dy"amiC Du0'BfuCe Poflefand Mike Om
might hear the gospel.
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FBC's Orchestra-under the most capable direction of Jim Greer
A trio that sounds as pretty as it looks. Kathy Warnock, Patti Stan-
The melodic strings of Patsy Dugan ford and Kathy Nofal
Interested, also, in reaching the lost who are
not in close proximity, students have written
personal letters to people whose names have
been supplied by other students. Primarily,
these have been letters written to servicemen,
such as Bob Miller, Jr., now serving in the
Marine Corps in Viet Nam. He has been spread-
ing the Gospel and distributing literature among
his fellow servicemen.
No one understands exactly the psychological mechanisms that make
the written word more believable or more readily understood than the
spoken word alone, but students and friends of F.B.C. are well aware
of the value of reaching people through Gospel literature. For many,
literature may be the only means by which the Gospel is received.
The book supply needs constant replenishing as a result of the
concern of many persons for the spiritual needs of others. The F.B.C.
student has confidence that the materials obtained there have been care-
fully selected to assure clear presentation and scriptural accuracy, he
is convinced of the importance of literature, and proves it by taking
advantage of the excellent literature available at the College.
Because of its broad scope tseventeen frequently asked questions
are answeredj, because of its simplicity and clarity and because of the
ease with which it can be used to open a conversation, the "Am I Going
to Heaven" tract far exceeds all others in distribution and popularity.
Very literally, requests for this tract come from near and far. In the
past year this message has been translated into several more lan-
guages. It is now available in English, Spanish, Japanese, Portugese,
Marshallese and German. 550,000 were printed and distributed in Japan
as a result of the translation made by our foreign student, Tamako
Matsuoka. 300,000 English tracts were printed by the College last year,
in addition to the other translations.
Many giant steps are taken each day to assure that this ministry,
which is probably the most greatly underestimated gospel ministry, is
not overlooked, but promoted to its fullest potential for bringing lost
souls to a saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ.
International Bible Misson was founded in the spring of 1965 by
Rev. Robert A. Miller, veteran missionary to Cuba and Ecuador, Dr.
A. Ray Stanford, President of Florida Bible College and pastor of Grove
Community Church, and Rev. Richard A. Seymour, instructor at Florida
I.B.M. is a non-denominational, fundamental, faith mission dedi-
cated to spreading the Gospel around the world through consecrated,
qualified men and women who are thoroughly trained in the Word of God.
As a result of the teaching of Rev. Miller, as instructor of the
Missions Class, students have been challenged to give and to go to a
needy world. Their generous offerings given monthly in Missions Chapel
have filled many important needs.
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Approximately four years' ago, the Lord laid upon the heart of a
dedicated Christian man, Mr. Herbert F. Paynter, a burning desire to
reach more souls for Christ in a new and unique way by telephone. He Call
C C A was reminded of the fact that almost everyone across 444-5775
America has a telephone, or at least has access to
one. He realized that to present the Gospel over the RECORDED
telephone is to cross over all denominational bar- eau. Amr rms
riers that many times divide men.
Firmly believing that most people will accept a
free gift when they are not fearful of being "roped
i in", the thought was that a recorded Gospel message --:L M K
HERB PAYNTER would be an excellent way to reach people. In this T 0
way, they call at their own convenience. Knowing CALL X'
that it is a recording, they know they will not have to talk, promise to
join or give, but just listen. They hear a friendly voice pointing out the
Good News of God's plan to save them, to give them eternal life, and 3
take them to Heaven. . W'
At present the Tel-evangelism ministry reaches four specific A T E Numan.
groups designated as: Tel-adult, Tele-child, Tele-latin fin Spanishj and v Qi: O of
Tele-hebrew. Florida Bible College is privileged to provide the thou- 9 '
sands of "Good News Cards" distributed in the Miami area each month. -
The Trumpet Staff salutes a friend tireless in his efforts to make the
Gospel message known.
The ministries of F.B.C. extend to many areas, including radio.
One of the most effective radio programs is the Word of Truth broad- 'l
cast, a I5-minute youth program under the direction of Tom Davis. The
singing of Dickie Hill, Mike and Bruce, and the Spokesmen is heard in
Miami Beachg Mobile, Alabama, and Covington, Virginia.
Along with music, the program features questions and answers, a
testimony from an F.B.C. student, and a Gospel message each week.
The program has been on the air only a little over a year, and it is now
ready to spread to other stations throughout the nation. Radio is the
least expensive way to reach the most people. Much prayer is needed
for this effective ministry and its expansion.
Q Dr. Charles Woodbridge, world renowned Bible teacher, gives out the word.
With a heavenly, yet mischievous sparkle
in his eye, the speaker jabbed his lean finger
toward his audience and declared with great
care and emphasis, "I delight in the immutab-
ility of the indicative mood." And so another
F.B.C. chapel service was under way with Dr.
Charles Woodbridge expounding the book of I
Corrinthians to an enthralled group of eager
students and visitors.
Throughout the year, each school day is en-
riched with a chapel program with outside
speakers, faculty, student testimonies and
special music. We find it to be "the pause that
Art Miller tries his "gospel magic", but Dick Seymour and Dick Hill won't
Evangelist and Pastor, Dr. Kenneth Umphrey, makes his point with emphasis.
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We at F.B.C. share many simi-
larities with students at other col-
leges. Some experiences are peculiar
to college students and can only be
understood by them. First impres-
sions at registration, the burden of
term papers, oversleeping for
classes, cramming for daily quizzes,
infinite objective discussions--these
are all typically collegiate.
In other ways, however, Florida
Bible College stands apart, and some
things are typical to us that cannot be
found in most other colleges. We will
always remember the unique birth of
F.B.C., fellowship in dorm life, the
undefeated football team, and the
chapel services which daily reinforce
our unity of purpose.
The Torch staff not only wishes
to present the things that character-
ize college life at F.B.C., but also to
stimulate your recollection of all the
events in which we had an opportunity
to present the Gospel of Jesus
Christ loud and clear.
To all those who gave the I968
Torch existence I say, "Thank you.
Thank you to Mrs. Frances White
Walsworth Representative, and Rev.
Lee Stanford, Faculty Advisor who
assisted in the organization and di-
rection of the book.
Also to the rest of the staff
whose duties would be too long to
list Ramona Bowditch Doris Cail
Rachel Elbe, Pam Haley, Thom High-
tower, Brenda Michael, Mike Moore
Buzz Nofal, Doc Parrish, Valda Par-
rish, Bob Poulson, Jane Selstad, Mike
Shaffer, Patti Stanford, Lea Swords
Kay Zemanfl give thanks.
I hope you find the '68 Torch
enjoyable, for the editorship will re-
main a highlight of my life.
Torch Editor. Rick Haley, and Advisor, Rev. Lee Stanford, gather ideas
and make plans for a yearbook section.
Staff members, . ' H
Doris Cail and I S
Kay Zeman. help - i
type and compose if! f' A
Rick and staff member. Patti Stanford, lay out a class picture
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"THEE FLOIDA BYBLE COLAGE"
This is probably what our yearbook copy
would have looked like if not for "Hawk-
eye"MRS. LEA SWORDS.
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TRUMPET REFLECTS F.B.C.
SPIRIT AND ACTIVITIES
There is no such thing as "news"
in a Bible College newspaper. With
students so closely associated in
their daily classroom schedules and
the student body so closely knit to-
gether, new events are usually known
NORMAN BOLLES, EDITOR
and so it is with the TRUMPET. We
have endeavored in the few issues of
the 1967-1968 college year to make
the TRUMPET reflect the spirit and
activities of the college and its stu-
dents. This is one reason why the
students themselves have written 90'-Zn
of the contents of each issue. We
friends and relatives who re-
ceive the paper to know that Florida
Bible College reaches beyond the
daily classroom periods. We want
these people to know that Florida
Bible College students are "on the
go" constantly, holding ministries in
many different ways fin jails, in hos-
pitals. in rescue missions, among
teenagers and college students
through the many youth ranch opera-
tions. Even many of the sports ac-
tivities are strongly slanted with
spiritual emphasis, and the athletes
often find time to witness to their
opponents or spectators. There is
another very interesting story in the
way so many alumni are conducting
youth ranch activities throughout the
states of Florida, Georgia, Texas,
All of these things are "tied to-
gether" in the TRUMPET. They are
presented to tell the "outside world"
that here is a Bible College dedicated
to serving the Lord and spreading the
Good News of the Gospel. We feel
that by maintaining a strong spiritual
"image" through the TRUMPET
other young people might be attracted
to the school, and thus learn effective
methods of presenting Jesus Christ
as the greatest single need of the
world today .... and tomorrow.
"Our Man Stan"
HERE FOR TWO WEEKS OUT OF EACH BEAU-
TIFUL FLORIDA SUMMER, YOUNG PEOPLE
FROM ALL OVER THE U.S.A. GATHER TO
HAVE A GOOD TIME. BY GOD,S GRACE AND
THE EFFORTS OF A DEDICATED STAFF, THEY
LEAVE WITH MUCH MORE.
The line is still long even though breakfast comes mighty early
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"Uhh...Would you believe I forgot the question?
As the week closes, we hear testimony
of what God has done in young lives.
The importance of starting the day alone with the Lord, is emphasized greatly.
The clown show is always a highlight of
the conference activities.
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FBC Bookworms take time out from their busy study schedule to guide
two helpless students in theological matters... AHEMY
"If he tells me one more time to take my spear
gun out of the pool,.."
Much of the "abundant life" is enjoyed in the
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The consistent leadership of Jim Greer, proved highly suc
cessful the final night of performance.
Many lives are influenced by the under- Final Night - the chance for the parents to hear what their teenagers
standing of Rev. R. A. Miller. have thrilled to all week.
JUSTICE meets its due reward...Sometimes...at Kangaroo Court.
R ACTION SPEAKS
L0 DER THAN OHDS . .
"I will prepare myself and some day my chance will come"
Wallys radio message went quite "Pharr
The combined efforts of Tampa and St. Petersburg Youth Ranches under the direction of
Rev. Hank Lindstrom and Rev. Mels Carbonell, made the Halloween party a profitable one
in reaching teenagers for Christ.
ALUM IACTIO THAT IS
"Study to show thyself approved unto God..."
Sandy and Bill Leitch... Village Missons
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"Train up a child in the way he should go, and l
he will not depart from it." teaches Dick Hay-
nes. Child Evangelism Director. Orlando,
"For I um not ashamed of the Gospel of l
Chrisl",.. quotes Hal Haller. l
ACTION FUR THE LORD
IN ALL DIRECTIONS
"ONLY ONE LIFE WILL SOON BE PAST, ONLY
WHAT'S DONE FOR CHRIST WILL LAST "
SPORTS IN SGRTS
One hundred thousand turn out for a F.B.C, football game. But, would you
believe, at the time of this picture most of them were at the refreshment
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i Here at Florida Bible College, we have a vari-
ety of many different sorts of physical exercise and
sporting activities. There is always the weekend
touch football games that both players and sideline
fans enjoy together. We have an eight-man touch
football team that has never been beaten in its six
years of existence. We play such teams as Miami
y Bible College, Florida Power and Light, I.B.M.,
and many of the local high school, college, and jun-
ior college fraternities and teams.
f Within the areas of our facilities now, there is
xl access to any number outlets of exercise and re-
We know that godliness is profitable unto all
l things and bodily exercise profiteth only for a little
while, but we feel that both are necessary in accord
lt's a stick, it's a twig .... IT'S "SUPER-MOUR."
"It beats snow!"
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"Max the Knife" legs it out for F.B.C.'s undefeated football team
ATHLETES THAT BEAR
THE NAME OF CHRIST
For anyone watching the annual North-South
football game, it would be almost impossible to
avoid noticing the outstanding play of two particular
men: John Cartwright, quarterback, and Bill Dow,
lineman, who play for the United States Naval
The Thursday night before the game at the
Christian Youth Ranch, you could also notice some-
thing outstanding about those two young men. They
had a joy in telling other people about knowing the
Lord Jesus Christ in a personal way. Each told how
he knew that he had eternal life through the payment
the Lord Jesus Christ made for his sins on the
cross. What a testimonyg Athletes speaking for
Christ, both on and off the playing field.
In past years, and recently here at Florida
Bible College, we have had some great athletes give
their testimonies. Men like John Battle, All-Ameri-
can at Georgia Tech, Raymond Berry, All-Pro for
many years with the Baltimore Colts, and Mike
Fortier, an outstanding split-end for Georgia Tech,
are some that have been "spokesmen for Christ" at
our high school athletes meetings.
This past football season, the Lord has opened
the doors for the co-directors of the Christian
Youth Ranch, Ralph Arnold and Mike Shaffer to have
devotionals, where the gospel is given, in a majority
of the local high schools in the Miami area. It is
such a thrill to see young men who know the Lord as
Saviour and are growing in the knowledge of Him.
"Did you know that even athletes bear the name of
the Lord Jesus Christ?"
MIAMI NORLAND QUARTERBACK:
"I accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as my Saviour in
December, 1965 and I know mow that I have eternal
life. Before, I didn't know where I was going when I
died, but I thought I would be going to heaven. I found
out th-at you could have etemal life by accepting Jesus
Christ as your Saviour. I read Ephesians 2:8,9 'For
by grace are ye saved through faithg and that not of
yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest
any man should boast'. This is how I accepted the
Lord, and I think it is the greatest thing that ever
happened in my life.
"Another verse in the Bible that really helped me accept
the Lord was, John 3:36, 'He that believeth on the
Son has everlasting life: and he that believeth not
the Son shall not see lifeg but the wrath of God abideth
on him.' You need to simply believe that He died for
On a hot summer night in August, 1966, at the Christian
Youth Ranch Bible Conference at Boca Raton, Florida,
Jackie Holmes dedicated his life to Christ, as did many
other high schoolers from South Florida. Of that
decision, Jackie says:
"I made this decision because I truly want to serve
Christ, and to do this effectively I must allow Him to
control my life. In football language, I want Christ
to 'call the signals' in my life."
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John Cartwright, Richard Hormel. Bill Dow ol' the U.S. Naval Academy pictured
with Ralph Arnold. Co-director ot' the Christian Youth Ranch
.lohn Battle, All American. "My purpose is to popu-
Jackie Holmes, "Christ calls the signals in my
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Outside Activity! Could you seriously think of beauti-
ful Miami, Florida, without outside activity? Florida Bible
College is complete with Bible study, practical experience
and outside sports activity,
Together the men and women have many Bible studies
to attend, swimming and skiing parties, bicycle and picnic
outings, tennis, golf, handball and other extra-curricular
With work parties, Halloween parties, a car wash now
and then, or maybe a pancake breakfast, F.B.Cr students
are always seeking for opportunities to tell others the
With the sun, fun, and Christian fellowship here at
Florida Bible College, we are encouraged to further
spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world.
School organizations and classes hold car washes during the year, to raise funds for various needs.
Water skiing parties are a source of much pleasure for sun loving stu-
dents and faculty.
The Halloween season provides another opportunity for the many Bible studies and
ranch groups in the area. to draw the unsaved to parties, where, the Gospel is clearly
and effectively presented.
Catchy flyers advertising the spooky happenings are
distributed for weeks before the events take place.
Beuch purties ure probably No. l on the list of fun uetivitics for lf.B.C.
Bur-B-Ques uny kind ot' Bur-B4Ques ure u great draw to young people
und students und runch directors ure well uwure of their valuable role
in lending ,teenagers to it saving knowledge ol' Christ. Students all vsork
together in guthcring lirewood und Illlllilllg the other neccssury prepuru-
tions. When the young people urrive, they ure druwn by thc spicy uromu
ol' hur-h-qued mein und gurnishes. Cleun-up chores even seem beuruble
utter the delicious victuuls,
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l "A wise mam will hear and will increase in learning."
FBC's other "Dynamic Duo" Mike and Kay Otto
"Pray for the peace of Jerusalem"
. . . CHAPEL
Chapel hour at FBC is a refreshing time spent in fellowship
with fellow students, guest speakers, and the Word of God. Many
students have found the challenges given during this hour, having
an affect on their entire life.
Students look forward to speakers, such as Dr. Chalres Woodbridge,
who shares his many experiences.
You're never too young to learn the Word of God - Jovce Bullman "takes
notes" as Karen Spitzer looks on.
Visiting "missionary" Lee Patton challenges student body during miss-
Sprinting on stage are the "Spokesmen", Don Smith,
Mike Otto, Bruce Porter, Dick Hill, and Dave Shipley, ex-
ploding into song with, "Speak Out Spokesmenf' The
lively rendition of Gospel songs warms the high school
audience to the presentation of the Gospel given by the
favorite of the high school set, Dr. A. Ray Stanford. The
fact that Americans have the freedom to believe as they
please and that our country was founded on the Bible is
emphasized by Dr. Stanford.
A time of prayer, meditation, and nourishment.
A typical "working day" for these men begins about 5:00 A. M.. as they
load up the ears for their excursion.
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This ministry began in December, I967. The Spokes-
men and Dr. Stanford have already visited Marathon,
Coral Shores, Edison, Sea Crest, Okeechobee, Belle Glade,
Immokalee, La Belle, and Key Largo High Schools. Many
opportunities are expected in the future with recordings,
more high school assemblies, and tours on the present
agenda. Praise the Lord for His faithfulness.
DALE CRAWSHAW, the
--idea mlm" and pro. Rehearsing backstage before the program begins.
moter behind this min-
Dr. Stanford presents the Gospel clearly and simply, using the "hand gesture". and explaining that
by trusting Jesus Christ as personal Saviour, everyone can be assured of having eternal life in
Just another building? No! This is probably the most
used building in the City of Miami.
Due to the lack of a campus and adequate facilities of
its own, F.B.C. has been fortunate to have had the use of
the Grove Community Church property since its founding.
To the members and officials of this church, we wish to
convey our deepest gratitude. Without the cooperation and
kindness of these dedicated Christians, F.B.C. would have
never been possible.
Above all, we are grateful for a congregation that
stands for, and faithfully gives out, the Gospel of our Lord
lf you, while you are reading this, have never trusted
Jesus Christ as your Personal Saviour, let me urge you to
do so at this time. Just the best you know how, put your
simple trust in Jesus Christ, as the one who died and paid
for every sin you have ever committed. The scripture
promises to those who accept this free gift, eternal life
in Heaven with our Wonderful Lord. QI John 52135
This is the Gospel that Grove Church was founded
upon and will continue to preach until the glorious appear-
ing of our Saviour.
"I declare unto you the Gospel . . . Christ died for
our sins according to the scriptures: and that he was
buried, and that he rose again the third day according to
the scriptures." QI Corinthians l5:3,4J
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FIRST WEEKS ARE...
0111113 'PATIO ,FoRMS,
As other functions at Florida
Bible College, Registration Day has
some unique aspects. The Deans, in
their offices, always available as a
rule, are now confronted by a waiting
line, but individual counseling is still
available. "Yes, Personal Evange-
lism is required for every student."
"Yes, Bruce Porter is teaching again
this semester." "No, you cannot take
senior subjects in your freshman
yearf, and on, and on, and on, and
on, but thanks to Mrs. Parrish's
careful planning and the industry of
the office staff and administrative
secretaries, the process is completed
in a brief span and the real activity
of F.B.C. beginseconcentrated Bible
studylt Yes, everyone must register.
After registration, students old and new, are welcomed by President Stanford and Vice-Presi-
...AND WORDS OF WISDO
After which comes what registration is really all about 'waiting in line
Dean of Men, Rev. Miller, helps student finalize his class schedule . ..
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However, after the testing comes the blessing, usually in the form of
a song fest with refreshments.
Dr. Murk Ci, Cambron. out Vice-President, stresses "Beliefs that
Matter" to a typical evening school audience, senior high-schoolers
to senior citilens.
Evening School is designed for those who can spend only
a limited amount of time in classroom study, for the business-
man, for the housewife who cannot attend day school, or for
the day student who is ambitious and wants to complete as
many courses as he can carry during a given semester.
A wide variety of courses are offered, especially laying
groundwork for Sunday school teachers and church workers.
The individual can greatly enlarge his Christian life from the
courses as systematic training in Bible and Christian needs
are presented and applied. Qualified professors from the day
school are in charge of the classes. A short chapel period is
held between classes in which a guest speaker or an instructor
presents a brief messageg special music is provided through
the college music department.
One semester credit hour is given for the successful com-
pletion of each course and is applicable to a cumulative total
of any future work completed at FBC. For those not desiring
to receive credit, auditing is arranged.
Mrs. Patsy Mills performs "iodine test" for at-
tentive Child Evangelism students.
Fitting together scientific truths with those found in the Word is what Prof. Richard Aaron does best.
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A TIME FOR THOSE WHO
HAVE LIMITED TIME....
FOR SCHOOL ATTE DANCE
Dr. Stanford delivers the devotion to a packed auditorium
during a chapel period.
Rev. Miller unfolds a chronological sketch of church history to one of
F.B.C. OFFERS CORRESPONDENCE COURSE
Business Office Manager, Mrs. Valda Parrish, devised the correspond-
encc course procedures for grading and permanent records. The min-
istry. new this year. has proven u vital part of the college's curriculum.
A new outreach of the college itself, which began this
year, is the correspondence course in Personal Evange-
lism offered to those who desire to become specialists in
making the plan of salvation clear and understandable to
In the first six months, eighty have enrolled in the
course, which includes as a textbook, The Handbook of
Personal Evangelism. The course is available for groups
or for the scholar desiring individual study and may be
taken for college credit. This is another college ministry
which effectively teaches people how to reach others with
CLIFTON L. FOWLER MEMORIAL LIBRARY
Dr. Ulilon L. I-owlcr
Librarian Mrs. Ann Patterson
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Assistant Librarian John Allan stamps book for check out.
ln the early stages of its organization. Miss Marian Burdinc and Sherry Barth .lohnson were in-
strumental in planning and setting in motion. the cataloging and operation of thc library.
"Happy is the man that findeth wisdom, and the
man that getteth understanding. For the mer-
chandise of it is better than the merchandise of
silver, and the gain thereof than fine gold."
Studying is the basic background for any
Christian work, and is especially necessary in
an institute of learning tll Timothy 2:l5l. The
Clifton L. Fowler Memorial Library has a rest-
ful, quiet atmosphere which is perfect lor con-
centrated study twith numerous reference and
literary books at one's lingertipsl or just rest-
The library is open eleven hours a day with
personal assistance available to all. lt presently
contains more than 5,000 volumes and is con-
stantly growing. Dr. Fowler contributed many
books from his personal library during his life-
time: after his home-going. in accordance with
her husband's wishes, Mrs. Fowler transferred
the remainder of Dr. Fowler's library to F.B.C.
Our library thus became, and now is, a living
and vital memorial to the man who led our
President. Dr. Stanford. to the Lord.
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RESGLVED . . .
Student Government: Instrument most effective in developing student maturity and
Christian leadership The center of student involvement. Knowing that responsibility
can be developed only through trust, the administration rely more and more upon stu-
dent government for responsible leadership among the student body.
John Allan, Treasurer - Kay Zeman, Secretary Bruce Porter, President Mike Otto, Vice President.
Thomas H. Davis
Linda N. Cressy
Students participating in the Th. B. program at Florida
Bible College consider it the most unique learning experi-
ence they have had. A Bible College degree, unlike many
other degrees, is worth absolutely nothing unless the one
holding the degree is able to teach what he has learned. The
Bachelor of Theology program is carefully oriented toward
teaching Bible and Bible-related subjects. Prerequisite for
eligibility in the Th. B. program is a Bachelor of Arts de-
gree, which is a 4-year Bible degree, or its equivalent.
Each semester the Th. B. student's course schedule
consists of electives, music, and most important, intern-
ship. As an intern in two, or perhaps three courses the
Th. B. student finds his entire viewpoint shifted. He no
longer considers the course only as a student, but he now
considers it from the viewpoint of the teacher. He prepares
an outline of the course as it progresses, and is called on
to teach from time to time, The professor evaluates the
student on his outline, his teaching in class, and on his
written critique of the professor.
Michael L. Moore
Benjamin N. Darlington
ll Timothy 2:l5
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Rev. Miller instructs a Th, B. student Tom Davis during u "lub session."
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WE PUT ON MORE THAN AN EMBLEM OF
BRIEF SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT
WE PUT ON THE LOVE OF LEARNING GOD'S WORD
, WHEN WE PUT ON THE GOWN AND HOOD
AND A BELIEF IN ITS SIGNIFICANCE.
WE PUT ON THE RESPONSIBILITY TO USE ALL
THAT GOD HAS GIVEN US . . .
THE DUTY NOT TO LET THE TORCH
GO OUT UNHEEDED.
Bob Poulsen, President Brenda Watford, Secretary Ron VonBehren, Vice President lee Patton. Treasurer.
Looking back over past accomplishments, looking for-
ward to future ones, questioning whether you have accom-
plished your purpose in coming here. Wondering where the
years have gone, marking the days to graduation and the end
of an era. After banquets. concerts, youth ranch meetings
and other college functions, the world seems larger to us.
Through fellowship, midnight oil, and eramming for tests,
we have broadened our outlook. We entered our senior year
anticipating the day we would receive our sheepskins and
a leading of the Lord to continue in full-time Christian ser-
vice wherever His leading would take us. We will always
remember our spiritual, academic, and social growth gained
through those who taught us so well at F. B. C,
Ralph W, Arnold
.locl S. Bibcy
"Mommic. said. 'A brain like mine had to bc protected' ---- AHEMV'
Patsy .l. Crews
Mary K. Dugan
William C. Eggleston
Coral Gables. Florida
.lamcs A. Circcr
Robert ,l. Johnson
Carol City. Florida
Chcryl J. Lantham
Grcogry W. Lloyd
Edwin l.. Morgan
I Corinthians 9: I6, l 7
Ronald K. Murray
VN , Loc Patton. .lr,
Richard ll. Platt
Inaiah -ll: IU
Bruce li. Porlcr
Sl. Petersburg. lflorida
Robert W, Poulson
Michacl D. Schaffer
"Here amI1Scnd help
In thc dorm wc'rc luughl to "hand up' thmu that make the room look
"We know what We are, a sg
but we know not what
we may be
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A GOAL TO BE REACHED ....
THE EVER PRESENT CHALLENGE OF LIFE
TO TEST OUR FAITH AND DETERMINATION
Ron Sempier, Vice President Bu.4.4 Nofal. President Becky Russell. Secretary Rick Rodriguez, Treasurer.
Pleasant memories of the sophomore year in the past,
anticipation of events as seniors in the future, the Junior
Class remains in the middle. They are helping the Sopho-
mores, looking up to the Seniors, working, learning, and
achieving so they can be qualified as seniors next year.
Eileen li. Beam
St. Petersburg, Florida
ll Chronieles 9:7
.lohn H. Allan
Lynnctte C. Allen
Boea Raton. Florida
Donald A. Appleton
Carol City. Florida
Il Corinthians 918
Kenneth R. Ballard
Suffern. New York
Gary R. Chatlield
"Let's see now, that leaves only 52,454.63 left on my school bill
M. Leigh Crozier
Richard ll. Darlington
P. Daniel Dugan
Pompano Beaeh. Florida
James A. lisehlte
Lake Worth. lilorida
ll Timothy 2: li
Charles J. Hackney
Thomas A. Hightower
Our experiences are expressed to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ.
Richard J. Hill
l Timothy 4:12
David P. McCafl'erty
Leading others to Christ . . . our main objective.
Pamela A. Minkler
I Peter 5:6,7
Anthony J. Mirabella
I Samuel lZ:24
Marie A. Mosher
Psalms 19: I4
Ernest S. Nofal, Jr.
Roger E. Post
Bethal Park, Pennsylvania
H, Richard Rodriguez
I Peter 3:15
C. Nlichael Otto
St. Petersburg. Florida
Janice G. Parrott
Florence, South Carolina
Isaiah 4l : I0
Patricia L. Patterson
St. Petersburg, Florida
Herb F. Paynter
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Rebecca A. Russell
Nelda P. Sallee
Ronald A. Sempier
David K. Shipley
Susan E. Slreib
J. Larry Tuten
West Palm Beach, Florida
II Timothy 3:l4
Edward F. Weber
Kalhryn A. Zeman
"Yea ..,. and I'm from l-'BC und
couldrft be prouder . . , so what?"
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Steve Michaclson. President - Kathy Warnock. Treasurer - Patti Stanford. Secretary' A Steve Miller. Vice President.
From our first contact with Florida Bible College in a
memorable freshmen year, we pledged ourselves to high
goals M truth, dedication and discipline. The Sophomores now
assured and responsible, no longer resemble thc "green"
personalities they did in their freshmen year. They have
matured - they have found their place in school life, The
class has a already taken upon itself many responsibilities
usually held by the upperclassmen. A true contribution to
Florida Bible College would be the maintaining of our pres-
ent momentum f making us into individuals with a positive
attitude. and a class of active leadership dedication to the
Lord Jesus Christ.
J. Thomas Croley
St. Petersburg, Florida
Lillian H. Darlington
L, Edward DeBee
St. Petersburg, Florida
C. Douglas Doswell
St. Petersburg, Florida
Maurice E. Alt
M. Rose Anderson
Gregory W. Beachner
J. Timothy Braemer
Robert A. Bryan
ll Corinthians 9:15
Our Business Office Manager. Val Parrish gives some "helpful hints" to the student body.
A LITTLE BIT
I. Ray Dukes
Patricia A. Evans
,ig Psalms ll8:I7
Lamar R. Forbes
I Timothy 4: I3
Joyce F. Gentry
West Palm Beach
I Samuel 2:16
West Palm Beach. Florida
Donna A, Cjrannis
R, Louis Hackney
Barbara M. Haney
Boca Raton, Florida
Samuel C. Haney
Boca Raton, Florida
Michael L. Hansinger
FL. Myers. Florida
Donald R. Hardesly
II Corinthians l2:9
"Cool it Susie! . . they ve Qot this place buzged
Harry H. Harshhargcr
Virginia L, Johnson
Thomas W. Johnstone
Sl. Petersburg, Florida
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Spirilualily comes big ill F. B. C.
Philip H. Kcifcr
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Christina R. La Mar Larry D. Lashbrook
Miami, Florida Pompano Beach, Florida
ICorinthians l5:l0 Romans l:l6
Patricia A. Lees Sandra J. Lindstrom
St. Petersburg, Florida Miami, Florida
I Peter 5:7 Psalms l8:l,2
F BUT YO
W. Thomas Martin, III
Shibuyaku, Tokyo, Japan
S. Kay McDuffic
Susan L. McMahan
II Timothy 2:3
Steven G, Micliaclson
Sieve K. Miller
Psalms 50: l 5
Nancy J. Morgen
Quentin R, Niles. Jr.
Joanne L. Pankratz
John T. Riggs
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Allan D. Salford
West Palm Beach, Florida
II Corinthians 417
Donald R. Smith
Michael L. Sowa
Patricia K. Stanford
Mmmm . . . Lone Ranger say, "Anyone can goto F.B.C."
Gordon L. Strickland
Connie I:. Sullivan
Sharon L. Taber
Lau rcncc Turkcl
Madclinc lVl.TCl1r1Cy Donna .l, Thompson
Miami. Florida Miami. Florida
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l John -11 I0
Terry l.. Turncr .lcllrcy F. VanRidcr
Largo, Florida Sparta. Illinois
Philippianx I:2l Matthew 6:19.20
Disguised as football players, our theological students MODESTLY listen while Dr. Stanford tells about the undefeated football record since the be-
ginning of school 1962.
Jon C. VanRidcr
Boca Raton, Florida
J. David Vaughters
George H. Waldo
West Palm Beach. Florida
Kathleen E. Warnock
Valerie J. Watson .
Elise L. Whitworth
Forest Park, Georgia
I Corinthians 9:19
S. Vicki Williams
Edwin R. Williamson
St. Petersburg, Florida
PROVERBS 4 23 ..
Louis P. Wommer
Chad A. Woodburn
I Peter 1:3
James A. Woodhead
Susan P. Wright
Motivated by her desire to serve the Lord. Taniako has translated
the "Heaven" tract into Japanese. so that others in her native land
might hear the Word.
" Q5' Life an is series of iniperfeot conditions,
, i 'E V' with imperfect people, and we must learn
u y' not to allow disappointments and frustrations
, to make us angry or ill. This is the mark of maturity
p and the secret is . . . faithfulness.
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Nl. Arlene Albury
Frederick H. Allen
Boca Raton. Florida
Ezekiel 3: l8,l9
Betty A. Arnold
.Dean R. Baden
Edith E. Baggett
West Palm Beach, Florida
No. take both of us or not at all.
wonder why she won't go to the banquet with me? . . I told her that I would go slow."
Connie E, Beaifd Elinor B Beeknell
Naples, Florida Atlanta Georgia
Philippians 4: 13,19 Ephesldm 5 2
Robert M. Becknell Linda M Bomaio
Atlanta, Georgia l-ortLauderd1lt, Florida
Philippians l:2l Proverbs Z N
Beth A. Boles
Fort Lauderdale. Florida
Alice A. Boud
Ramona L. Bowditch
Burnsville. North Carolina
Michael L. Bower
Pompano Beach, Florida
Sharon E. Brown
Dennis R. Burgess
Coral Gables. Florida
Fredrick D. Burk
I Timothy 4:12
Kenneth L. Bussell
Forest Park. Georgia
I Corinthians 9:22
Fred W. Burtscher
Il Timothy 4:2
Joseph A. Caraglior
FBC handymen pu! up with "amateur help" during work hours.
Judy R. Dillard
I Corinthians 4:2
Lana M. DuGay
St. Petersburg, Florida
Marie E. Eatman
Rachel A, Elbe
St. Louis, Missouri
Dale A. Crawshaw
Galatians 5: I4
Terry M. Crews
I Samuel l2:24
P. Lynn Crozier
Joseph W. Darlington
Deborah L. Davidson
Fort Lauderdale. Florida
Mark S. DcBee
St. Petersburg, Florida
"Yep . . . dorm life is great! Take that
pie for instance: that's dinner for twelve
guys . .
Christian Fellowship plays an important role at
Kenneth C. 1-'ast
William H. 1-'illmore
Michael T. Floyd
II Corinthians 12:7-I0
Linda A. 1-'ontaine
lfort Lauderdale. Florida
Carol A. Fooshd
Nadeen R, 1-owler
Mary E. Garrett
Richard M. Goodman
lfort Lauderdale. Florida
Michael .l. Ciroll'
Jeffrey J. Haas
Jerry D. Hackney
Hartford City. India
Elizabeth S. Harpe
ll Corinthians 5:2l
James A. Hester
"You mean you're really my ancestor?
Joyce G. Hill
Ashville, North Carolina
Linda A. Hillgoth
Miami Springs, Florida
Arthur W. Hooker
Robert E. Horton
II Corinthians 5:21
Samuel M. Iiams
Romans l: 16
Marvin J. Jansen
Romans l: l6
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,- Miami. Florida
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Bellerose, New Jersey
Philippians 3: I0
Audible vibrations eminating from yon podium ....
Judy l. Kemp
Stanley F. King
Miami Shores. Florida
Patricia A. Knight
Gayle Y. Lambert
Dennis O. Macy
ll Timothy 2:15
David D. Mansingh
S. Stan Leo
Richard C. Lewis
Isaiah 30: l8
Cynthia L. Light
Eugene E. Little
II Timothy l:l2 f-
Clyde L. Lunsford
St. Petersburg, Florida
I Corinthians 9: I9
Sandra L, MacNeilage
Psalms ll91 IOS
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Carolyn C. McDowell
Philippians 4:1 l
Richard S. McElroy
"The harvest truly is great, but the laborers are few .... " Luke l0:2 A015 4113
Kathleen S. McGee
Sharon R, MeMahan
Cynthia L. MeMorris
ll Timothy 2:3
Deborah A. MeSmith
St. Petersburg, Florida
Stephen P. Merrefield
Brenda J. M iehael
l Peter 3: I5
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Richard V. Milam
Bruce W. Mittauer
West Hollywood. Florida
ll Timothy -1:2
Pamela R. Minke
Philippians 3: I0
Susan E. Moore
St. Petersburg, Florida
"Dick . . . what did you think of Carol's harp solo?"
Philip J. Myers
Newtown Square, Pennsylvania
Colossians 4: l 7
David G. Orthner
Terry A. Otto
St. Petersburg, Florida
II Corinthians 5:7
Dale W. Parker
China Grove, North Carolina
Donald E. Patton
St. Petersburg, Florida
Il Timothy 2:15
Linda Z. Peabody William J, Podolsky
Pompano Beach, Florida Tampa, Florida
Romans 8:28 Acts 20324
Richard M. Price Carol j, Pugh
L6WiSbUYg. Ohio Orlando, Florida
Ephesians 5:20 Psalms 68319
"One of these days l'm gonna own this company . ..
J. Mark Rinker
W. Palm Beach, Fla.
Diana L. Roberts
Winter Park. Florida
Allen B. Satterlee
Leisure City. Florida
Il Corinthians 9:8
Carol A. Schierholt
Ft. Lauderdale. Florida
Ramdeo R. Seeeharan
St. Augustine. Trinidad
I Corinthians l5:3.-1
.lane E. Selstad
Coco Solo. Canal Zone
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"Yeah, I'm ready to 'heat feet' , . . so what?"
Susan A. Simpson
I Samuel IZZZ4
A. Richard Smith
Coral Gables, Florida
Diana L. Southgate
West Palm Beach. Florida
Karen K. Spitzer
Gerald F. Wamaek
Carol J. Ward
Linda M, Stevens
Lawrence E. Stickler
Daniel L. Strieb
Joan C. Thompson
John M, Throgmorton
Pat Tiso, Jr,
Juan A Toranzo
Linda K. Van Dyke
I Samuel l2:24
Judith G. Van Rider
Gerald S. Weber Mark A. Whidden Carolyn F. Whitaker Kitty J. Wilkerson
Miami. Florida Tampa. Florida St. Petersburg. Florida St. Petersburg, Florida
Philippians 417 Psalms l 1919, l l Philippians l:20 l Peter 5:7
Thomas A. Williams Luther T. Wilson. Jr. .laequelyn li. Windham P. Gail Wommer
Gihsonton. Florida Miami. Florida Tampa. Horida Nlission. Texas
Galatians 2:20 Psalms l9: l-1 l John 4:18 Psalms 37:5
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Ronald .l. Yoder
Max D. Younee
Tipp City. Ohio
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Christ died for our sins according to the scripturesg and that he was buried,
and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures: and that
hc was seen of Cephas, then of the twelve.H I Corinthians l5: 3-5
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that who-
soever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.H
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In every field of endeavor, the quest for knowledge is a
A solid educational background is increasingly impor-
tant in our fast-paced world of science, exploration and
invention. It is the key to greater earning capability and
a more fruitful life.
Whether your steps will lead to the halls of higher
learning, or to off-campus education opportunities that
Florida offers in ample measure . . . resolve to keep your
lamp of learning . . . burning.
We salute the Class of '68. Good luck. . . best wishes . ..
and more power to you.
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