Florida Bible College - Torch Yearbook (Miami, FL)

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That the young singers just happen to have music bursting out from inside them. That people just happen to laugh. That children are just "that way". Too much. AU ......n. -5 sgeg M2251 S. ,,.-1' f 3 Q m t H. Q , TL X'-'wt y, Y-?l1"M , ' 4 if E 1 'N x lk xghx-'TrfJ'! I c. L ' Q K , A jxex J, I . t 4. ,,.. .... Too Much Cotton candy clouds, all fluffy and white Who put you there in a sky of deep blue? Or did you just happen to float along, Pretty and white in the sky so blue? 9 i l Staggering is the word. The rnoimtain, the Valley, the river, all stagger the mind of man when considered as separate elements in one great scheme of things. This is no accident. No happenstance. This is the master design. ' By the Master Designer. In Some Great Scheme IW A .Aix Y. 1 4 ,r Tall mountain. Deep Valley. Fast river. C001 stream. Show grandeur and majesty In some great scheme. The Whole Story The mountains, rivers, and val- leys tell only part of the story. They state their majestic evi- dence and leave to the Christian to say the rest. The Christian is to tell the great- est story of all. He is to tell all men how to dwell forever with the Creator. All of those wonders that we behold Are only a part, it cannot be told. is ,- o imple The Christian is to tell how this Mighty Creator loved His Creation so much that He took on human flesh, in the Person of His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. He visited the world He had fashioned and made the payment for all of man's sin. Each member of humanity's masses has fallen short of God's perfection and needs a Savior. This Master Designer made the payment which sin requires - death. Christ died to pay for all that we have ever or will ever do wrong. He was buried, and then rose from the dead. He offers eternal life to those who will be- lieve He did this in their place - just trust Him for it. 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Y""' Hr 4 imap... w - " , ,...x mf mn., wma. uw mfr-nn' ' "W" 'mx' uk' " " AN, .-59'j'., A mf ww-f 4, 11 ',,,,v l,,,.I A fr.--.Wg wh we-1 ' u..-14.4. .im Ima UM nu. m h any my mn mm. tnfwn. ,,, .hiufl ,...a11-:QW--I-h A tr- dl 4. fl1,,,.,f'u,, s-ff ' 1 ,ua N ' ' U' I A .mm .1 um 'Mun .mx ...um www A M 4.41.1 nw , xv I 1.1" U.-f ' N .bb vfgg, tu HH' "" W wnfgixn-1A"',, :WF " - 1' W -:xi ,gt mn' ,M as W., uw t 'l ' ww! ' A lui' W W m 1' Munn W Hal flhllfhl u ww. Q So Important It is a very personal message. Life and death are very personal things. It is a vital message. The entire world must know about the Savior. It is a message which can be told usinga variety of methods. It is a happy message. It is good news. ..,...i -5 All of this beauty is far too convincing Master Designer, Your Word must be true Of all your creations, man is the dearest Help me to simply believe now in You. An Example Studying the Word of God. Pointing a soul to Christ. Relaxing for a moment at home. Leaving for the long day's work. Showing those four grandsons to everyone around. He is constantly busy about the Lord's work, but he still has time for the individual. Whether with his family, alone with the Lord, or sharing the Word with an in- dividual, this man portrays the qualities of love, dedication and service. Fulfilling Godis command to go and preach the gospel requires a consecrated and dedi- cated life. An example - our President, Dr. A. Ray Stanford. 1971 Torch Contents Florida Bible College Faculty . . Hollywood Boulevard at the Ocean Classes - . - Hollywood, Florida Organizations -I - Volume VIII Music . . PRESIDENT: Dr. A. Ray Stanford SDOFYS - - EDITORS: Daniel O'Leary, Tom Conley ACtiViti9S - - - ADVISOR: Rev. Michael L. Moore Advertisements - - Q-lil fax wr V. g. ' 5. 1' ""- , A . W. , iv 1 4 1 2 Ng' 2 fi Y 9 'xx M? v, .ooo X - 1 C "9 , 45 W Q .I f-'vu .ff-2: ff 33 -I Gratitude Thank you. Such small words. But so deeply sincere. Give us time. Give us a lifetime to find ways to say how much you mean to us. How much you've done for us. You have had a huge part in making our unique training base for Christian leaders what it is. And what it shall be. Thank you, Mr. E. F. P. Brigham, Mr. Toby P. Brigham, Mr. Dana Brigham, and Mr. Clarence Henderson. We dedicate the 1970-71 TORCH to you. God knows how we feel. He will help us express it to you. Always. Behold, as the clay is in the Pottefs hand, so are ye in mine hand." Jeremiah 18:6 e e e -7 1' ' N X isigjiii 1' Y iw ' X D h I Faculty Faculty Behind every great event in his- tory there were dedicated people setting the pace and providing the necessary example. The same principle is true at Florida Bible College - dedicated men and women who are faithful to The Word of God. People whom The Lord has raised up. Dr. William F. Bennett Physician Rev. Randolph F. Busby Department of Administration Department of Christian Education Miss Doris Cail Administrative Staff Dr. Mark G. Cambron Vice-President of Florida Bible College Department of Theology Rev. Thomas H. Davis Department of Languages Department of Security Miss Maria Gonzalez Department of Languages Mrs. Dolly Greer Department of Music Rev. James A. Greer Department of Music Rev. Charles J. Hackney Housing Director L..-.. . .WL Tanya Moore and Sue Stanford - active in patriotic activities. W Mrs. Louise Hackney Housing Director Mrs. Louise Holland Administrative Staff Mrs. Ann Martin Department of Christian Education Rev. Michael Moore Department of Christian Education Mrs. Tanya Moore Administrative Staff Mrs. Corabel Morgan Department of Music Rev. C. Michael Otto Department of Student Activities Department of Christian Education Mrs. Valda Parrish Comptroller Mrs. Ann Patterson Librarian Rev. Bruce E. Porter Registrar Miss Barbara Roche Administrative Staff Mrs. Carol Seymour Department of Christian Education Rev. Michael Moore brings a chapel message. The chlcken came before the egg determines Dr Seymour Dr. Richard A. Seymour Department of Theology Mrs. Ada Soubirou Department of Music Rev. Lee Stanford Dean of Men Department of English Bible Dr. A. Ray Stanford President of Florida Bible College Department of Theology Mrs, Sue Stanford Dean of Women Department of Christian Education Mrs. Lea Swords School Nurse Department of Christian Education Barbara Thompson Administrative Staff Mr. Carl Thomas Business Manager Department of Christian Education -want .a-G4?"l Ron Sempier Dr. C. W, Swords Dr. Swords and John Vrocher discuss events on campus. Fred Allen Ed DeBee John Riggs Th.B. Students The Th.B. students, although still in college themselves, learn by teaching others. They are con- stantly putting into practice a method called "II Timothy 2:2'i introduced by a man named Paul. "And the things that thou hast heard of me among many wit- nesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also." The mul- tiplication of Christians will have all to do with the dividing of the world for Christ. As Dean of Men, Rev. Stanford does much advising. Schedule changing is sometimes necessary. I X? S . M- V xccs Mmm Heis also a family man. , '?""1u, 1' ' Z' ,t ,lV, Rev. Lee Stanford greets Youth Ranch Director and pastor, Rev Wally Morillo. Mrs. Stanford is a respected figure around FBC. flmfe "Ah-So!" say Sue Stanford and Tanya Moore. izz M, ,4 She is active in the students' lives. Lydia Elbe confers with Mrs. Stanford about housing Students come to Dr. Mark Cambron for counseling. Classes strictly from God's Word. Dr. Cambron enjoys campus life. Dr. Cambron reviews his notes Q W"-'ff f ' f- -... o o ge o., NJQI-ffm n A an ...qi Rev, Mgore discusses The Action Magazine, Rev. Michael Otto always has time to help astudent. I I li ff? S955 Lge . A Ji .Af'k,,t 550' ,V ,...4d"' Dr. Seymour gives a student some pointers, Teachin Takes Time And Talent Much of what a student learns is by example. The day-by-day observance of instructor by pu- pil greatly enhances "book learningft F B C ' s teachers carry testimonies of dedication both within and without their classrooms. Library facilities are made available by Mrs Patterson s efficient work. -ou. Rev. Davis prepares diagrams to aid in his teaching of Science and the Bible. Spanish flows fluently from the lips of Maria Gonzalez. iii-,Ta L2 Rf-EZFSHEZS , ., gm? .."i'5'SPi:-fii :,ge,'m,,fmg:5wg ,W ., Music is a joy for Jim and Dolly Greer. Dennis Groleau sees students as worthy individuals umerous ffices- E Goal Those who man the many college offices work separately and yet in harmony. Their duties are as diversified as can be imagined, and yet, their efforts are unified to honor their Lord with a positive testimony. ' ,, W, 52221 E, wi? X ' ss 1,5 we .21 xi Everything must check out "A-OK" under Carl Thomas' sharp eye. Q55 , , rw +L, wi' YECEEQ 1 . N v- Q 5 Hur 1 FQ!! Ni -E62 Ni?-55, gi' .xr "rx i 2 v .1 f Spiritual problems presented to Mrs. Brounley require prayer, and then action. Mrs. Holland graciously answers a "million" questions a day. analysis 1 X Y Mrs, Seymour practices what she teaches with speed, accuracy, and a smile. his Keeping things in order--a man with the 'iknow-how'l - -Randy Busby ,fSy Much work yields many results. Q gg, 'UG ' Q Barbara Thompson knows a day at the office is anything but dull. Specific Services B Special Servants Many specialized responsibili- ties fall on the shoulders of those who love the Lord. Each holds an important position in the Body of Christ as he keeps FBC's wheels running smoothly by diligently performing his duties. Mrs, Busby and Magnus Liljeqvist, student from Sweden Guests of F B C can thank Housekeeper, Mrs. Wallace, for the beauty of their accomodations. Long hours of tedious service which benefit each student are per- formed by Mrs. Parrish. L .fin 9' ff uv ' 55-, H? Doris Cail- -faithfulness and dependability jf!! W "Hack", Mr. Charles Hackney- -a beloved leader making himself servant to all 3 Invaluable Servants FBC could not function nearly as efficiently without the serv- ices of certain very qualified personnel, who give themselves sacrificially to further the Lord's work. Romans 12:1 in action! "I beseech you therefore, brethern, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies in living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service." Praise God for them. 41 A TLC fTender Loving Carey makes Mrs. Swords' treatments ALMOST pleasant! - Hx Mr Ray Wallace shows many capabilities as an assistant to Rev. Busby. Dr. Bennett donates his time for the student's health. . f ,M .. W 4 'P The Zemans provide both good food and fellowship in the cafeteria. ' Q . M '--w g , , - up ,'.,, 2 tt t p 1 t1'7MH , , ' is HI Pat Patterson, affectionately called "Pappy ', with Nick's aid heads the Maintenance Department. Wim., Bruce Morrison puts the Gospel in print, Bert Churchill and Frank Bauer keep a watchful eye on the mighty boilers. . U l ? Scholarship Students Burt Sparkman and Gary Gariglio m expertly The Diligent Kitchen Staff. . The maintenance staff keeps us running smoothly. "Little Jon" Wan Riderj - Security. 1-Q X, Q, Charlie Whipple and Hal Bekemeyer also protect us. The Lordis work is represented to literally thousands by Joe Librarians Joyce Zopf and Lynn Crozier set up the new Casti11o's creative ability. campus library facilities. Sheila Van Es chooses her best photos to illustrate F.B.C. in action. f.......-V' 1 ,A V !' , Bruce Morrison and Tom Conley keep College publications rolling off the press. E Q The Office Staff 11? Susie Van Rider - Business Office Joan Thompson - Business Office , . ,W I 6 I ef , .ms Trisha Weatherly - Secretary to the Dean of Men Rachel Elbe - Secretary to Director of Student Activities s i 5 i PV Stan Ponz talks with scholarship student Dale Crawshaw. -9 I qsitmikt Gftieolws 5 Behold, as the clay is in the Pottefs hand, so are ye in mine hand." Jeremiah 18:6 :, .-nu:-, 3 C Classes Q2 A ,S 'Treasurer . . . . Steve Merrefield President . .... . . Dale Crawshaw Secretary . . . . Rachel Elbe Vice-President . . . . Stan Ponz Student Government Enthusiasm. The leaders of the 1970-71 student body showed they "really cared" about eachindividual stu- dent, as well as the school as a whole, by their enthusiastic sup- port of all college functions. By planning new and exciting events and faithfully executing those plans, these officers gained the respect of their fellow students as well as the faculty and staff of Florida Bible College. "Herein is my Father glorified that ye bear much fruit. . ." John 15:8 yfns- 1 gf 1 -i 1 ' ,V s ' ' 1 Q .7 3 Af' K 5 , m 'N ips T , ig 1,1557-K V uk F .A K K N -x Vi' 'f Vice-President . . . . Dave Gillette Treasurer . . . Lou Swinford Secretary . . . . Linda Waddell President . . . Jim Austin 5 We 5 as Freshman Class Knowing. Personal study of the Scriptures reveals the Lord Jesus Christ so that Freshmen come to know Him and serve Him. The first year of school shows the Fresh- men the vast amount of knowledge of the Bible yet to be learned. far- "That we may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his suf- ferings, being made conformable unto his death." Philippians 3:10 . 'fin . I i .. i an T .6 ' . ci Freshmen T3-"': e ' 2 air 4 E 1 I I is if 2 Q- af Julie Merrefield gives service with a smile. on-...su 'Nw BQ' 4 Dave L. Adams Acts 20:24 San Antonio, Texas Henry Avello I Corinthians 10:12 Miami, Fla. Bill Beaver Nahum 1:7 St. Petersburg, Fla. Joe Alessi I Corinthians 11:1 Concordville, Pa. Celia Bailey I Corinthians 10:13 Woodlyn, Pa. Gary Bendixen Isaiah 55:12 Key Largo, Fla. wi' fU'R- g g i . f .. ' A Wie... ' Marietta Allegra Psalms 23 Hollywood, Fla. Kathy Bailey Romans 8:28 Harlingen, Texas Steven Benningfield Ephesians 6:l0,ll Rockledge, Pa. HQIUW Merle Arnold Jim Austin I John 5:13 Romans 1:16 Athens, Ga. Clearwater, Fla Bill Barber Ray Bark John 3:16 Mark 8:36,37 Miami, Fla. Mobile, Ala. Sam Benton Jim Best Romans 8:28 I Peter 3:15 Atlanta, Ga. Miami, Fla. W kmgsl 551' a, ,..' 5 4-uvl""? www 4.--ff' ,,,,v"" 'V' atv? hiv-3. WA N---Q ,,Q:"""1'F H.,-'f Janis Bunce Philippians 4:13 Hialeah, Fla. Bob Burdett Philippians 4: 13 Westchester, Pa. Carrie Beggs Psalms 40:3 Colorado Springs, Col Cindy Blackett Philippians 3:l3,l4 Riviera Beach, Fla. Steve Blanchard Philippians 4: 13 West Palm Beach, Fla. Sandy Bohon Psalms 12721 Pompano Beach, Fla. Cathy Botone Psalms 73:23-25 Forest Park, Ga. Connie Boulerice Psalms 37:3-5 Miami, Fla. Dorothy Boyle I Corinthians 10:31 St. Petersburg, Fla. Gordon Bradlaw II Chronicles 16:9 St. Petersburg, Fla. Wayne Brandow Philippians 4: 13 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Faye Britton I Thessalonians 5:18 Media, Pa. Mike Brown II Timothy 4:2 Forest Park, Ga. Jay Bryan Romans 8:28 Miami, Fla. "But I don't want to go across the beach!" Linda Waddell teaches the "F.B.C." song to her friend. fzmzzast. Debbie Burgin Isaiah 41:10 Detroit, Mich. Omara Casas Joshua 1:9 Cuba Dianne Churchill Isaiah 26:3 Denver, Col. Gloria Busby Galatians 2:20 Sheboygan, Wis. Shirley M. Cathels John 10:9 Miami, Fla. Kay Combs I Samuel 12:24 N. Atlanta, Ga. Debbie K1tchen gets new make-up job at Freshman Initiation. Bill Bush I Thessalonians 4:11 Jonesboro, Ga. Melinda Cecil I John 1:6,7 St. Petersburg, Fla. John Coonfield II Timothy 2:15 Dallas, Texas Carl Butler Proverbs 315.5 Miami, Fla, Mary Charvoz I Peter 5:7 Dallas, Texas Debbie Copple Colossians 3: 17 St. Petersburg, Fla. Happiness is one umbrella. L I Bill Butterworth Ephesians 6:10 Southampton, Pa. Carol Christopher Mark 8:36 Miami Springs, Fla Margaret Corby Philippians 1:20,2l Atlanta, Ga. atm q 'YQ ff dl' rug Q.. iff? 4 7.6122 g ., ,,5,g,..5,,:,i V V 1 4' 1 Q: fi -f I gM':a.elf5QQg: H if Q' 4 401 '1 if 1. f ivan? Carol Cornman Job 36:11 Southampton, Pa. Bryan Couch II Corinthians 10:31 Nashville, Tenn. Sheila Cox John 3:16 Miami, Fla. Madonna Crump Isaiah 50:7 Ft, Lauderdale, Fla. Ken Cummings I Corinthians 9: 16 Westerville, Ohio Paul Curtas Philippians 1:20,21 Tampa, Fla. G5 4,5 , - .Mw- Q: ,7 Bill Bush is no longer Jon Van Rider s right arm arm Melanie Dale ll Chronicles 14:11 Edinburg, Texas Frances Darling Proverbs 3:5,6 Warminster, Pa, Pat DeBee Philippians 4: 13 St. Petersburg, Fla. Terri DeGroat Psalms l43:8,10 Newton, New Jersey Jan Dennis Isaiah 54:17 Forest Park, Ga. Nancy DeNyse Psalms 37:4 Pompano Beach, Fla. Carl Derby I Corinthians 9:l4,16 Syracuse, New York Mary Lou DeWitte II Corinthians 5:7 Hendersonville, N.C. Hank Diekman Psalms 37:4 Southampton, Pa. fic WN., 'VUE arf- Dave Dion Acts 20:24 St. Petersburg, Fla. Mike Eccleston II Timothy 2:15 Miami, Fla. Phil Engelman James 1: 5 St. Petersburg, Fla. Dick Doig I Timothy l:15,16 Clearwater, Fla. Mary Edelkamp I Corinthians 15:58 St. Petersburg, Fla. Pat Erni Romans 8:31 Southampton, Pa. 'FF' N"N'-NIP Kathy Dorland I Corinthians 15:58 Arvada, Col. Donna Edenfield Proverbs 315,6 Brandon, Fla. Carmen Escriva Philippians 1:21 Miami, Fla. The A1a.mo Ruby Duke Psalms 27:1 Grand Saline, Texas Mary Ellen Edwards II Peter 1:2 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Genell Everett Psalms 37:9 Rome, Ga, Wanda Duvall I Thessalonia.ns 2:4 Birmingham, Ala. Dale Ellis II Timothy 1:7 Gibsonton, Fla. Ronnie Fincher Romans 8:28 Atlanta, Ga. Judy Fizzano Nahum 1: 7 Ridley Park, Pa. Robert Fogg Proverbs 1:7 Ridley Park, Pa stiff' Ray Foles I Peter 5:5,7 Atlanta, Ga. Reed Franklin I John 4:9 Cowlesville, N. Y. John Franks James 1:8 St. Petersburg, Fla. Shirby Frazier John 15:56 Charlotte, N. C. Paul Frick Philippians 3:10 Springfield, Pa. Beth Futch Proverbs 11:30 St. Petersburg, Fla. Sue Gardner I Samuel 30:19 Pompano Beach, Fla. Dave Gaw Ecclesiastes 5:4,5 Southampton, Pa. Dave Gillette Psalms 37:4 St. Petersburg, Fla. Debbie Godshall Acts 20:24 Havertown, Pa. Mary Golden Romans 8:28 Doylestown, Pa. Sally Goodhue I Peter 5:7 Clearwater, Fla. Erma Greene Isaiah 6:8 Miami, Fla. Mel Guinn Acts 20:24 Ridley Park, Pa. Larry Hoffeditz John 15:12,l3 Bridgeton, Mo. Julie Harris sets the world CU on fire. , Diana discovers from Sheila that she is dormhead. New doors open for Pickens McMillan in the Keys. 56 Sandy Hall Acts 5:40-42 St. Petersburg, Fla. Bob Hamilton Acts 26:26 Pittsburgh, Pa. Donny Hamrick Proverbs ll:30 Conley, Ga. Cheryl Harbin Ephesians 3:20 Atlanta, Ga. Gail Hardesty Job 9:4 Hialeah, Fla. Jo Ann Harold Proverbs 3:5,6 Miami, Fla. Alan Harper Romans l2:l,2 Rex, Ga. Dave Harper I Thessalonians 2:4 Rex, Ga. Lynne Harrell I John 3:2 Clearwater, Fla. Terry Hoover Proverbs 3:5,6 Orlando, Fla. Julie Harris Philippians 3:13 Brandon, Fla. Debbie Harvey Psalms 37:4 Doylestown, Pa. Gail Healy Matthew 6:33 Pompano Beach, Fla Terri Henderson Romans 7:18 Tampa, Fla. Rick Herceg Acts 20:24 Tampa, Fla. Dave Herret Romans 8:28 Tampa, Fla. John Heywood Philippians 3:14 Miami, Fla. Tim Hiatt Galatians 2:20 Largo, Fla. ,,. ,,- Wi? .Q Ni' TY Ronald Hibbs John 6:37 Warminster, Pa. Mindy Hockaday Ecclesiastes 3:1 San Antonio, Texas Mary I-Iohrein I Corinthians 10:23 Baltimore, Md. Hardy Housman John 8:32 Nashville, Tenn. Marilyn Howell Psalms 37:7 St. Louis, Mo. Robert Howell II Timothy 2: 15 Bridgeton, Mo. Frank Huckabee I Timothy 4:12 Mobile, Ala. Tim Hucknall Philippians 4:13 St. Petersburg, Fla. Dave Huff I Samuel 9:23,24 Pompano Beach, Fla. Marsha Huntzinger Psalms 37:4 Ambler, Pa. Jackie Jackson Philippians 4:13 Tampa, Fla. Julie Jamerson Philippians 3:l3,14 Clearwater, Fla. 'is .4 x JL . ,f s I 1? Q 3 I M ' P if ' , QI: ,. 9 I Marsha Huntsinger and Mary Golden - OOPS! Ray Dukes and Kay McDuffie - FBC's oldest alumni? I ,fl FBC Saints are "tuff enufff' 58 Margie King Philippians 3:10 St. Petersburg, Fla. Nancy King Psalms l2l:7,8 St. Petersburg, Fla. Bob Kinne Job 1:21 Liberty, N.Y. Barbie Lackey Ephesians 3:8 Titusville, Pa. Bo Lange I Corinthians 15:58 Anderstorp, Sweden David Lashbrook Philippians l:2O,21 Pompano Beach, Fla. Charles Laughlin Romans 8:28 Boca Raton, Fla. J. C. Lawson Romans 14:18 Miami, Fla. Kathy Lee Psalms 37:4,5 Lake Worth, Texas Cindy Johns Romans 8:28 Trenton, N.J. Dean Johnson I Samuel 12:24 Abington, Pa. April Jones Deuteronomy 31:6 St. Petersburg, Fla. Jan Jones Proverbs 3:5,6 Park Forrest, Ill. Carey Kinsolving Ephesians 2:8,9 McAllen, Texas Karen King Proverbs 3:5,6 San Antonio, Texas Wzrrffiy .U-M, A--W' rift? . v 1 . w is-4 . Fellowship helps you learn. la, - ...W-7-we James Levak Ephesians 2:8,9 Miami, Fla. Ilene Litman Romans 8:28 Miami, Fla. Clyde Lunsford Philippians 4:6,7 St. Petersburg, Fla. Jeanie Lewis Psalms 37:4,5 Brandon, Fla. Mark Littrell John 6:37 Miami, Fla. Linda Lyon Exodus 4: 12 St. Petersburg, 00. M 'iff Magnus Liljeqvist John 3:16 Anderstorp, Sweden Al Losey Colossians 3:23 Princeton, Ill. Paula Marsh Proverbs 18: 10 St. Petersburg, Fla. Thomas Lilly I Thessalonians 4:l6,17 Jacksonville, Fla. Alan Lovewell Galatians 6: 8 Clearwater, Fla. Liz Martinez Proverbs 3:5,6 Denver, Col. Linda Lipke Psalms 62:1,2 Clearwater, Fla. Patty Luckett Acts 20:24 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Suzette Martinez I Samuel 12:24 Hialeah, Fla. N.. , ,. H, Evidently Suzette Martinez doesnit care for strawberry pie. Marsha Mayberry Gem Mayes Psalms 128:1 Burnsville, N.C. Carol McGonne1l Psalms 37:4 Miami, Fla. Estella Mendoza I John 4:15 Tavernier, Fla. I Corinthians 2:2 Islamorada, Fla. Jan McLaurine Galatians 2:20 Nashville, Tenn. Andy Mikler Ephesians 2:8 Oviedo, Fla. Jim McA1ister Psalms 103:12 Paducah, Ky. Pick McMillan I Timothy 1:15 Mobile, Ala. Carter Miller John 5:41 Ft. Lauderdale, Fl B.. Bob McCann John 16:33 Atlanta, Ga. Linda McMorris I Samuel 16:76 Miami, Fla. Laurel Miller Colossians 3:17 San Juan, P.R. Maureen McFarland John 15:5 Miami Springs, Fla. Alicia Mendez Acts 20:24 Miami, Fla. Jody Milligan Joshua 1:9 Cornish, N.H. .pow 'Y '11 Donna NGWSOIHG Music adds life to the Philippians 3:14 Jacksonville, Fla. Edward Minnich Isaiah 6:8 Norwood, Pa. Nancy Minnich Romans 8:28 Norwood, Pa. Teresa Mitchell Isaiah 55:8,9 Wirt, Minn. Albert Moore Hebrews 13:5 Spruce Pine, N.C. Linda Moore Romans 1:16 Pompano Beach, Fla Tom Morris I John 5:13 Hawaii Frank Mosher Romans 4:5 N. Miami, Fla. Shelley Moss Galatians 2:20 Pompano Beach, Fla Paul Murdock II Timothy 4:2 West Palm Beach, Fla Lois Murphy Jeremiah 1:8 St. Petersburg, Fla. Steve Nelson Romans 6:23 Tampa, Fla. John Neundorfer Isaiah 55:11 Forest Park, Ga. beach party. Xa: x Qi' K Mr ' " L. , - , ii if -as il- Ed Nichols Proverbs 3:5,6 Knoxville, Tenn. Walter Nix Romans 8:28 Atlanta, Ga. Gary Nonemaker Hebrews 12:6 Warminster, Pa. Debbie Norris I Thessalonians 5:18 Forest Park, Ga. Carole Norwood Galatians 2:20 Miami, Fla. Carol O'Bourke Psalms 37:4,5 St. Petersburg, Fla. Kathy O'Brian Psalms 37:4,5 Lake Worth, Fla. Eunice Odland Hebrews l2:1,2 St. Petersburg, Fla. David Ogletree Proverbs 3:5,6 Tampa, Fla. Danny O'Leary Psalms 1:l,3 San Antonio, Texas Clarissa Oria Romans 1:16 Miami, Fla. Henry Patino Philippians 4:11-13 Miami, Fla. ,wx-, ms ,ll Donna Peabody Carl Pearce Psalms 34:8 I Thessalonians 2:4 Pompano Beach, Fla. Miami, Fla. Phil Penner Bruce Petro John 10:28 Proverbs 3I5,6 Inman, Kansas Clearwater, Fla. Karen Piburn Paule Plantier Romans 5:8 Psalms 37:4,5 Mobile, Ala. Boca Raton, Fla. Walking can be hazardous. 4 as . 'K Hs, L X Freshmen Registration. 1 s s Al 3 Geoffrey Powel Psalms 12811 Miami, Fla. Richard Powell Ephesians 2:8,9 Nashville, Tenn. Robert Quesada Galatians 2:16 Tampa, Fla. Dave Raab Ephesians 2:8,9 Miami, Fla. Bill Rachelson Romans 1:16 Miami, Fla. John Raulins Philippians 3:13,14 Forest Park, Ga. Jeanne Raupach Philippians 3:13 Cumberland, Md. Richard Reed Hebrews 13:8 Lee, Mass. Linda Renz II Timothy 4:2 Denver, Col. Ginny Rich John 12:26 East Stroudsberg, Kathy Richards Psalms 73:28 Southampton, Pa. Diana Roberts Matthew 11:28,30 Winter Park, Fla. Sheryl Robinson I Peter 5:7 Holland, Pa. Don Robson Psalms 34:22 Miami, Fla. Gary Rodriguez Colossians 1:10 Tampa, Fla. Janis Rodriguez Psalms 37:4,5 Miami, Fla. Paul Rodriguez Philippians 1:20 Miami, Fla. Betty Romine Philippians 4:6 Miami, Fla. -H115 d .L NW., ..,g, .. ,, .Q ,. Wu! -al-f"", .J .--pf HM :.MJ...V: 2.1 -me-.. f .,..,r 'UW 1uf"""""'L'?' ,,...,, ,1 , E Larry Rowland Sue Rowland Jodi Sangster Galatians 1:10 I Samuel 12:24 John 4:11 Pompano Beach, Fla. Warminster, Pa. St. Petersburg, Fla. Joanne Schrank Janet Schrieber Vicki Schumann ,af M IPGIGI' 527 Psalms 11818 James 1:6 """' Margate, Fla. Clearwater, Fla. Pompano Beach, Fla. Would you believe one vitamin pill? 64 F.-.,. Pauline Sardone Judy Schneider Psalms 27:1 Hebrews 12:28 San Antonio, Texas Harlingen, Texas Nick Scroggins Roy Seaton Proverbs l4:l2,l3 Proverbs 14:23-26 Glassboro, N.J. Miami, Fla. Debbie Rowland Gail Seibert Psalms 37:37 Romans 3:28 Pompano Beach, Fla. Miami, Fla. Prospective graduate of 1974, 'E A iv? AGT!! QvW,,ff:7 'K mf-fs 4- ...f W ,,,,,,!" Margaret Siearer Isaiah 26:3,4 St. Petersburg, Fla. Jimmy Sheffield I Corinthians 28:20 Forest Park, Ga. Chris Shepler Ephesians 2:8,9 Brookport, Ill. T.M. Simon John 3: 16 India Beth Simpson Joshua 1:8,9 Atlanta, Ga. Ellen Smith Isaiah 40:31 Rome, Ga. Susan Smith Romans 8:37 St. Petersburg, Fla. Glen Snyder Philippians 3:13,14 West Palm Beach, Fla. Craig Sopcisak John 3:16 Pompano Beach, Fla. Ron Spencer Romans l2:1,2 Mobile, Ala. Pat Stanislaw Acts 16:31 Southampton, Pa. Theodore Stanislaw Joshua 1:8 Southampton, Pa. David Stephens l Samuel 12:24 Tampa, Fla. Wendy Stone Romans 12:1 West Palm Beach, Fla. Christy Stover I1 Corinthians 5:21 Tampa, Fla. Lou Ann Swinford Philippians 3:13,l4 Atlanta, Ga. John Sykes Colossians 4:5,6 Lansdowne, Pa. Isi Taillefer II Corinthians 9:4 Pompano Beach, Fla. "This is the life", Starring Carl Derby. The mad artist strikes again. ,E V QE igiigitg-i .wg 1 :A Jay TerHarr Psalms 84:11 St. Petersburg, Fla. Steve Throckmorton Proverbs 3:5,6 Norwood, Pa. Judi Townsend Acts 20:24 Pompano Beach, Fla. Henry says, "Our team had 3091, fewer fleas." hawk! f' 'ffl .' C-"A J . s Joe Castillo explains the joy of wearing signs. Vickie Toy Philippians 3:13,14 N. Miami Beach, Fla. Paul Toy Philippians 3: 13,14 ' h N. Miami Beac , Fla. Merle Tunstall Psalms 37:4 Mobile, Ala. Paul Varner I Corinthians l:22,23 Atlanta, Ga. Tina Verdi I Corinthians 15:58 Havertown, Pa. Earleen Vestal Philippians 4:13 St. Petersburg, Fla. Ken Vincent Nahum 1:7 N. Miami, Fla. Annie Von Behren Psalms 93:2 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Barbara Vrocher Galatians 2:20 Mobile, Ala. Linda Waddell I Corinthians 15:34 Clearwater, Fla. 04" 'FQ' Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil? 'll if 5.045 'XV' --eff' N, 1 if Philippians 3:9 Miami, Fla. Joyce Weldon I Corinthians 2:2 Miami, Fla. Kirk Woodyard Raymond Wallace Ken Watford Carol Weaver Ephesians 2:8,9 Nahum 1:7 St. Petersburg, Fla. Brecksville, Ohio Nancy Wetmore Carol Whipple John 14:27 Galatians 2:20 Atlanta, Ga. Miami, Fla. Wanda Woodyard Steve Wysong Job 36:11 Galatians 5:16 Joshua l:8,9 College Park, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Dayton, Ohio Ken Weigert John 3:l5,18 Trevose, Pa. Tillie Whiteside Jeremiah 9:23,24 Tampa, Fla. Roger Young Philippians 4: 13 Warminster, Pa. Ken Weldon John 16:33 Miami, Fla, Shirley Willhite I John 5:13 Lexington, Ky. Jan Zeutzius John 14:27 Iron Mountain, Mich fig?- -fx M- xvwkwh , ., fsgi ' V rl xmia if ,ij '? .ew V1 3 +143-P Lf-wafzm, V M gg N5 -N 4 I. X X A Q f. wh .TJ is "H ww Sophomore C ass Sharing. Their first year of study and application of God's Word left Sophomores eager to share with those around them their love for the Lord. To many who had never heard, they gave the Gospel. To their "brothers and sisters" in the Lord, they gave encouragement in His service. "That ye might walk worthy of the Lord . . . increasing in the knowledge of God." Colossians 1:10 Sophomores Ken Jensen answers a question from Wendy Braun Lydia Elbe serenades a ghoul. P i 2 t 70 W I 2, """"-+- 'mg 'N' in Q, L , Y It ai.. Edwin Anderson Hally Arsenault Don Austin Joel Beaird Mark 10:44 Psalms 14328 Romans 1:16 Mark 16:15 Miami, Fla. Pompano Beach, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Naples, Fla. Bob Beecher Jeremiah 33:3 5,2 Miami, Fla. , ,M Hal Bekemeyer W rm' ,jf I Thessalonians 2:4 'i " Winter Garden, Fla. fy' Barbara Bennink I Samuel 12:24 St. Petersburg, Fla. Ken Bissinger I Kings 2:l,2 Holland, Pa. Karen Blackwell Proverbs 31:31 ' it Sarasota, Fla. Dean Blodgett Lamentations 3:2l,23 Miami, Fla. k Birbal Boodram Hebrews 12:2 'fl Trinidad, West Indies '4""""' Rick Bower ' vw' "" II Corinthians 5:21 Miami, Fla. 'S R H . ser 2, I 23" rig ,Q gr, , 5! If! gi ' X as vi f h ' an as 3' mf Lg 0 QQ! .. 2.1. V Q if 45. Toney Jones, Kangaroo revenge on a freshman I if Court Judge, takes Bob Kinne takes Trick-or-Treating seriously. Football team faithfully witnesses after games. The Tim and Bubba Comedy Hour. Bubba Bryant Proverbs 17:28 Forest Park, Ga. Randee Busby Psalms 119:165 Miami, Fla. Lynn Bultman Isaiah 39:7 Seminole, Fla. Joe Castillo Isaiah 50:7 Mexico City, Mex. Gloria Burgess Hebrews l2:l,2 Tampa, Fla. Kerry Clifford John 13: 17 West Dennis, Mass. ny- jf' :fb Q: , .sis he Wm, Fred Burtscher Proverbs 1:7 Arcadia, Fla. Velma Cone Psalms 37:4 Miami, Fla. ewf! 'Aw A 12, new Terry Lowe, Don Austin and Bruce Smith find themselves led by their stomachs Snack Shack, to Tom Conley Acts 13:49 Miami, Fla. Bruce Cook Hebrews 12 Miami, Fla. 23 Kay Cowen Philippians 4:7 Pompano Beach, Fla. Cindy Crum Il Timothy l:l2 St. Petersburg, Fla. Glen Cunningham Ephesians 6:10 Naples, Fla. Rich Cunningham I Thessalonians 5:18 Atlanta, Ga. the 5 1 1 Seniors offer "the good arm of friendship to initiated Freshman. Brenda Johnson sorts papers for Rev Porter s class Mark Curtas II Timothy 4:2 Tampa, Fla. Carol DeAnge1is II Corinthians 1219, Yeadon, Pa. Rick Deas Proverbs 3:5,6 St. Petersburg, Fla Val DePau1is Romans 8:37 Orlando, Fla. Theresa Duke James 4:10 Mobile, Ala. Tom Duvall Isaiah 53:5,6 Birmingham, Ala. I l r Lydia Eibe , Ephesians 3:20 ' l St. Louis, Mo. Doyle Ellis Il Timothy 2:3 Tampa, Fla, 'ZZW' ' .J-"""" Woody Elston Isaiah 12 1 2 Houston, Texas - l x rm i s A 5 ii. 1 l l Kris Fivek l Psalms 23:6 Pompano Beach, Fla. Ms. Rosie Green Colossians l: 10 N' St. Petersburg, Fla. 'mi Sue Gunkel I John 5:10 Pompano Beach, Fla. Sharing proves to be fun for Lou Ann Swinford and Tim Strauchman. l l You go faster with a tow rope, Toney. N 75 4 f r mor verses for the next class. Happiness of Christian fellowship is expressed by Sue Gunkel Cheryl Ostendor goes ove me y John Hancock Francine Harris Romans 10: 14,15 Psalms 1192105 Miami, Fla. New York, N.Y. Linda Harvey Carole Hill I Corinthians 15:58 II Timothy 1:7 Lake Worth, Fla. Asheville, N.C. ,GQ fr-sd Glenn Harvey Linda Harvey Romans 1:16 John 6:47 Gadsden, Ala. Miami, Fla. Debby Hills Dianne Hutchinson Psalms 68:19 Proverbs 25:11 Pompano Beach, Fla. Pompano Beach, Fla Sherry Jackson Proverbs 17:17 Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Ken Jensen Romans 4:20,2l St..Petersburg, Fla. Barbara Johnson Proverbs 3:5,6 Miami, Fla. Brenda Johnson Acts l3:38,39 Forest Park, Ga. Duffy Johnson Psalms 11828 St. Petersburg, Fla. Kathy Jones Colossians 1:10 Roanoke, Va. Toney Jones Philippians 4:11 Atlanta, Ga. Gary Kennedy Philippians 4:13 Miami, Fla. Anna Kimball Colossians 1:10 Clearwater, Fla. FBC students enjoy Keys Halloween Party. l l Y l l 1 w l l 1 77 l I.n time of crisis. ..there's one in every cr ii ,Q - is E ii . E 1 2 5 . 5 , 3 owd. .1 3. FBC styles are "tuff enufffl Julie Kirk Isaiah 41:10 Pompano Beach, Fla. Bob Kirk Psalms 37:4 Southampton, Pa, Pam Krane Acts 20:24 Crownsville, Md. Dennis Krey Philippians 1:20 Denver, Col. Rod Krey Colossians 4:5,6 Denver, Col. Larry Lashbrook John 6:47 Pompano Beach, Fla. Instant in season and out of season. KWH fi -we .actin w WE Dick Doig checks out the past week's grades. Marilyn Lashbrook Psalms 40:5 Pompano Beach, Fla Connie Lindquist Psalms 101:6 Riviera Beach, Fla, Terry Lowe Psalms 37:4,5 St. Petersburg, Fla. Mathew Mappillay Psalms 27:1 India Teresa McCartha Romans 8:28 Pompano Beach, Fla Anne McCloud Nehemiah 8:l0b Fullerton, Cal. Luis Rodriguez helping another. Judi MacKenzie Philippians 1:27 St. Petersburg, Fla. A1 Miller Philippians 3:9 Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Marcia Miller l Samuel 12:24 Pompano Beach, Fla. Dale Moorefield Proverbs 3:5,6 Forest Park, Ga. Tom Moorhouse I John 5:13 St. Petersburg, Fla. Bruce Morrison II Timothy 2:2 St. Petersburg, Fla. V 7:.L-i :lf :'1, 1' AW Wjfw- I my rf Q 4 . . Bruce Morrison in deep concentration. Thatls not nose drops...that's glue! Bubba and Al, or is it Dave? Bryant demonstrates a new way to shave. Ron Moses Lynda Moyer Bill Murphy Cheryl Ostendorf Proverbs 2:1-6 I Corinthians 9:16,17 Romans 1:16 Psalms 84:11 Roanoke, Va. Key Largo, Fla. Pompano Beach, Fla. St. Louis, Mo, William Pawley John 14:6 Miami, Fla. Cindy Phillips Philippians 4:13 Forest Park, Ga. Roy Pierce Psalms 37:4 Miami, Fla. Sandy Pierce Psalms 37:4 Miami, Fla. Bob Prentice Deuteronomy 31:6 Oldsmar, Fla, James Rapp II Corinthians 5:7 Charlotte, N. C. MQ' 'Q-any Wav 'WW' The Internationals praise the Lord after Presidential rally. Looking for papers can'be fun and tasty -ff A few kind words make many friends. Roasting marshmallows ends another great 'afterglowi Q Very few can stay on top of the class. - ' ,vS.a""k' N-'r'TTf ILL. Gordon Rhoden Luis Rodriguez Donna Rohm Jim Scudder Isaiah 50:7 Psalms ll8:6 Philippians 3:10 Ephesians 2:8,9 Atlanta, Ga. Havana, Cuba Forest Park, Ga. Paducah, Ky. 83 Diana Shearon I Peter 5:7 West Palm Beach, Fla Trisha Sheffield Psalms 37:4,5 Atlanta, Ga. Steve Shipley Joshua 1:8,9 Dayton, Ohio Pat Shumaker Romans l2:l,2 Pompano Beach, Fla Stan Simonton Ephesians 4:l4,15 Houston, Texas Bruce Smith I Chronicles 28:20 Forest Park, Ga. Carolyn Smith II Chronicles 16:9 Miami, Fla. Debbie Smith Psalms 3l:23,24 St. Petersburg, Fla. Ed Sutton I Thessalonians 2:4 Lancaster, Ky. Some things to remember from Moe. Dr. Seymour gave me an 5? A"? f-asf' QW'-""1" any Jackie Uren John 21:22 Darby, Pa. John Vrocher Job 19:25,26 Mobile, Ala. W A time for study. Mike Teston II Corinthians 3:5 Tampa, Florida K. P. Titus II Corinthians 5:14,l5 India Mary Toner Acts 20:24 Darby, Pa. Kris Swezey Psalms 18:18 St. Petersburg, Fla. Sheila Van Es Matthew 17:20 Robert Vandergrift Galatians 2:20 Philadelphia, Pa. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Karen Waddell Isaiah 41:13 Clearwater, Fla. Trish Weatherly Galatians 2:20 Forest Park, Ga. Charlie Whipple Romans 1:16 Miami, Fla. F.B.C. students are faithful in giving out the Gospel. 'QI.,.7 Jeff Wells Philippians 4:11,13 St. Petersburg, Fla. Donna Whipple Romans 8:28 Miami, Fla. Stan and John discuss singing debut. Marion Widmer Romans 12:1,2 Miami, Fla. Donna Whitesel John 3:30 St, Louis, Mo. r We Students enjoy f?J Dolphin- -Raider Game. 0 B 9 I My Name? .... L-A-R-.,. .Mmfs f id ,Mx Cathe Wilson Sam Wilson Mike Work Joyce Zopf Mark 11:24 ITimothy 1:11,12 Galatians 2:20 II Timothy 2:15 Spruce Pine, N. C. Forest Park, Ga. Hatboro, Pa. Sr. Petersburg, Fla. Treasurer . . . , John Sutter Vice-President . . . . Jack Bartlett Secretary . . . . . Karen Forare President . . . . Carl Greene Junior Class Training. A realization that their own formal period is half over leaves Juniors with a feeling of urgency. They must begin to train others in service to their Saviour. By word and personal example they influence many. "And the things that thou hast heard of me among many wit- nesses the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others alsof' II Timothy 2:2 E 7 89 Juniors Linda Anderson Philippians 4:16 Portland, Ore. Dave Arlington Romans 1:16 Cape Cod, Mass Jack Bartlett Isaiah 41:10 Atlanta, Ga. Al Brausam Philippians 4: 13 Pompano Beach, Fla. Janie Brausam I Corinthians 15:58 Miami, Fla. Fred Burk Joshua 24:15 Miami, Fla. Bert Sparkman and Debbie Godshall head for the Snack Shack between classes. Sherry Jackson quizes Jackson Harvey on class notes Students find a place to study during free periods. Y., lr Pi 'll Lynn Crozier Romans 8:38,39 Pensacola, Fla. Ken Fast I Peter 4:7-ll Quito, Ecuador Rance Darity Revelation 12:11 Greenville, Ky. Linda Fontaine II Corinthians 3:5 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. v::':i7 Mark DeBee Psalms 37:37 St. Petersburg, Fla. Karen Forare Joshua 22:5 Detroit, Mich. x V' Becky Deas I Samuel 12:24 Clearwater, Fla. Carl Gottschalk Philippians 4:13 Miami, Fla. Ken Fast rehearses aloud a message he is to present. f'bw-M is .,,,. A Ei- mf we Sw by Bill Butterworth wanders around trying to find the owner of a lost Bible Doc- trine book. ,PFW f.3"" 5332 Carl Greene Deuteronomy 8:3 Forest Park, Ga. Don Manley II Timothy 4:2 Miami, Fla. Willie Griffin Lana Johnson Philippians 3:9 Job 12:13 Tampa, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Pat Martin Bob Mayer Isaiah 50:7 I Timothy 4:12 Pompano Beach, Fla. Miami, Fla. Jerry Lloyd Ecclesiastes 5:l5,16 Tampa, Fla. Rosie Mayer Psalms 34:8,9 Miami, Fla. Svfrf KM! ,ww spray 'ily 'Hon-M 'N'-I' Bruce McIntosh Judy Miller Rudy Overholser Stan Ponz Psalms 116:12 Colossians 216.7 II Corinthians 5:7 II Chronicles 16:9 Minneapolis, Minn. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Miami, Fla. Carl Greene explaining the purpose of W. I. N. Between classes the Snack Shack is packed with students. 1 - 4: Q . 1 I M az N V at i milk Mel Guinn discovers some of the lighter sides of learning Here, we find Mary feeding the Freshmen. Rod reviews class material at the famous Snack Shack. -oq,,,,,,f Carol Pugh Robert Rohm Isaiah 55:12 Matthew 16125,26 Orlando, Fla. Griffin, Ga, Mike Romine Barbara Satterwhite Romans 10:17 Psalms 14725 Miami, Fla. Tampa, Fla. if t - f A T 3' Becky Schopp Philippians 2:5 Dayton, Ohio Susie Simpson Acts 20:24 Tampa, Fla. Bert Sparkman Acts 20:24 Tampa, Fla. Norman Speier Ephesians 6:10 W. Palm Beach Fla Larry Stickler Hebrews 13:6 Tampa, Fla. Danny Streib John 6:47 Miami, Fla. A genuine love comes only through Him. A marriage grows on a solid foundation Christ Did you see Mrs. Swords' wig?" 'I thought everybody liked my pants." John Sutter Colossians 1:10 Princeton, 111. Susan Van Rider II Peter 3:15 Miami, Fla. '1 352513 dw it , is Lgigggx Us tame- as-1:13 W nw. .-:LJ A1 H fs we , -f 7 mi 5 2-12112 gm. HE .M if an S 'K R ss 3 S L ,af mi W 4 VVKV al ,s K mah .A iw? i L ' D ' :,, Bill vesrai 5 5 f j Psalms 43:3 ' , W 1 fx", St. Petersburg, Fla. i Jack Weaver 3 M-V' 1 John 5:13 qgfgiff Miami, Fla. i' . M H of 'Cramming' for a class? 'T' 1 1 Karen Blackwell sharing an experience. ,litxsii , ,si 5' gig 1 " 4 1 : Y f .. ' 1 ' , Y E521 Q.. . ' 1 ,-,L Tom Williams II Timothy 1:12 Gibsonton, Fla. Max Younce Psalms 11818 Troy, Ohio wC"?3i Don Woolen Romans 5:8 Atlanta, Ga. 1 n Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth President . . . . . Bill Fillmore Secretary . . . . . Ramona Bowditch Vice-President . . . . Don Britton TI'eaSL1I'6I' . . - - . Dail L69 gm at Senior Class Serving. Looking to their Lord for guid- ance has revealed to the Seniors that a true leader must actually be a servant. So, in many varying capacities, Seniors serve and thus glorify their Savior. . . by love serve one another." Galatians 5:l3b it 1 is L.L...,. 1OO Keys teenagers gather for Bible Study. BILL ADAMS RAMONA BOWDITCH Colossians 4:5,6 Job 23:10 Birmingham, Ala. Burnsville, N.C. WENDY BRAUN DON BRITTON Luke 1:37 l Corinthians 8:13 Charlottesville, Va. Broomall, Pa. K Hzapw. Dale Crawshaw mingles at student government activity A 'ff 0""'h'x' RICHARD BROUNLEY Romans 8:28 Miami, Fla. RACHEL ELBE Isaiah 26:3,4 St. Louis, Mo. DALE CRAWSHAW I Kings 8:56 Coral Shores, Fla. BILL FILLMORE Joshua 1:8,9 Miami, Fla. , - - ,.., if -.1-.Q I f, , "Here's your i-i' ' X ,iu,Z , I A f K' Q 3 I 4 1 , n, 1. r,,,ff , Af" . fiifi L 5' I ,M osn Q29 7 'luv' I I V reward, Bill". .i I SUE DeBEE John 3:16 Miami, Fla. MIKE FLOYD I Corinthians 15:58 Tunica, Miss. BEN ELBE Philippians 3:13,I4 St. Louis, Mo. LEE FRECHETTE Psalms 116:I,2 Miami, Fla. IOI 102 Seniors Jack Weaver pauses at the water trough. SUSAN GESSER Galatians 2: 21 St. Petersburg, Fla. MARVIN JANSEN I Corinthians 15:58 St. Petersburg, Fla. MARIA GONZALEZ Ephesians 5:19 Miami, Fla. BUD HAMILTON MIKE HANSINGER II Corinthians 4:17 Ft. Myers, Fla. Isaiah 52:7 Ft. Wayne, Ind. SPENCER JOHNSON Philippians 4:6,7 Lake Point, Fla. PHIL KEIFER John 5:24 Mansfield, Ohio DAN LEE Colossians 1:10 Red Oak, Ga. V I ,,.. ,,L.,, A ,1 .. 5 3.5 ww , if X' fl' ml., I -5.4 ,. 'K .ar ' As mx KAW 53 ex Q' 1 aa s L 3 "Now, how would have Noah done it? N49 GENE LITTLE I Corinthians 15:58 Brandon, Fla. TOM MARTIN Ephesians 2:10 Miami, Fla. STEVE MERREFIELD Philippians 3:l3,l4 St. Petersburg, Fla, STEVE MILLER Psalms 50:15 Miami, Fla. RALPH NORMENT John 14:6 Newport News, Va. DALE PARKER John 3:30 China Grove, N.C. Seniors use a skit to put a point across. ..,-1' fs, Fa 104 NNN That extra minute of study is always worth it. lfvasa Wiatr xwe 'N x Mc' Q Nl 21 In M 'Q if 1 fi T 1 ' ,Q - P: wr 5 4 P W, . x :,:, KA se PK A115 , 2 3 L JOE POTTER Titus 2 14 St Petersburg Fla SHARON PARKER Hebrews 13 8 Miami Fla MIKE SULLIVAN Ecclesiastes 11 4 Clementon N J .IANICE ROBSON Isaiah 26 3 4 Miami Fla at Students help in many tasks around FBC. Marv Jansen displaying his unique mechanical abilities. No barrier can stop th ,svillrsl FLW 'Muiif' kwa' VN-J" 'dh-10" JON VAN RIDER Ephesians 6:12-14 Miami, Fla. ELISE WHITWORTH BOWSHER Philippians 3:13,14 Atlanta, Ga. e Word. BARBARA THOMPSON Psalms 4:6 Zephyrhills, Fla. JOAN THOMPSON I John 5:13 Zephyrhills, Fla. JUAN TORANZO II Corinthians 4:5 Miami, Fla. 105 1 106 Letters From The President THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON November 24, 1970 Dear Mr. Crawshaw: You were good to take the time to wrilv following my visit to Florida and I want to thank you and all at Florida Bible College who helped -to make my visit the enjoyable and successful one it was. Entertainment by "The Internationals" certainly added to the festivity of the occasion and the great spirit of those gathered at the Miami Beach Convention Hall was surely a tribute to their talent With my appreciation and best wishes, Sincerely, Mr. Dale Crawshaw Student Body President Florida Bible College 2100 South Dixie Highway Miami, Florida 33133 THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON November 16 , 19 70 Dear Mr. Greer: It was very kind of you and the students of the Florida Bible College to remember me on the occasion of my recent visit to Miami. The inscribed handbook and annual, together with the recording, are meaningful tokens of your friendship, and I Want you to know how much I appreciate your thoughtfulness. With my gratitude for your prayers, and with my best wishes, Sincerely, a We Mr. .Tim Greer Director Florida Bible College 2100 South Dixie Highway Miami, Florida 33133 107 1 103 Behold, as the clay is in the Potter's hand, so are ye in mine hand." l Jeremiah 18:6 --- - . , , ,,,, will -kll Organizations 109 110 l What Is Ranch? Ranch seeks to communicate, with clarity and love, two important aspects of God's plan-THE GOS- PEL, and God's purpose for the Christian life- to share the gospel with others. In 1950, Dr. A. Ray Stanford established the Christian Youth Ranch, it continues to grow under the guidance of Rev. Michael Otto, Florida Bible College Out- reach Director. ' - . K ww 111 112 Ranch Is: Bible Study During the largest portion of the Ranch meeting, the real issues are emphasized. Today's gen- eration seeks aimlessly for answers. Concentrated Bible study covers the fact of eternal life through accepting Christ as The One who died in our place, was buried, and rose again. The second phase of Bible study an- swers the question of what to do in this present life. The challenge is to share this good news with someone else. I-. ir, W ...ual-l""""" nd.-'rv-,i,,,,...4 Prayer One of the stabilizing forces in the Ranch ministry is prayer. Prayer tends to unite the family in Christ in a single effort to reach the lost with the message of salvation. There is no gener- ation gap when it comes to a Father-and-son talk with the Lord. He is always there to supply the needs of His children. 113 , 114 Fellowship Success of the Youth Ranches is due to the involvement of ranch members in various activities providing atime of fellowship strengthening the tie between Father and son. This also provides a creative outlet for individuals as they channel their time, energy, and enthusiasm into positive results. Some of the activ- ities include retreats, sem- inars, barbecues, Halloween parties, camping trips, and special participation in mu- sic to highlite the ranch meetings. x W1 W 1 Witnessing One of the main responsibilities a Christian has is that of telling others about Christ. This, in essence, is the whole purpose of Ranch. Council mem- bers are exhorted to be consistent in their Christian life, service, prayer, and Bible study. They are also trained in special classes to effectively reach others with the simple message of sal- vation. Is there a better plan for the Christian life than that of the Master Designer? 115 116 Collegiate Impact Mike Sullivan, Director 6090 S. W. 63rd Avenue Miami Fort Lauderdale Youth Ranch Al Brausam, Director 512 N. E. 6th Street Fort Lauderdale Hialeah Youth Ranch Gordon Rhoden, Director 80 East 65 Street Hialeah Homestead Youth Ranch Jim Scudder, Director 19481 S. W. 236th Street Homestead Island Action Rudy Overholser, Director Mendoza's Home Tavernier Latin Ranch Daniel Sierra, Director 1621 S. W. 6th Street Miami Lauderdale South Youth Ranch Danny Streib, Director 2607 Marathon Lane Fort Lauderdale Miami Youth Ranch Mike Otto, Director 2100 South Dixie Highway Miami Miami South Ranch Bob Beecher, Director 1065 S. W. 75th Avenue Miami Naples Youth Ranch Glen Cunningham, Director Avalon School Naples The Men Norland Youth Ranch Mark BeBee, Director 19535 N. W. 8th Court Hialeah North Miami Ranch Phil Engelman, Director Trailer City Park North Miami Olga Youth Ranch Frank Huckabee, Director Olga Community Center Olga Perrine Youth Ranch Bill Adams, Director 16255 S. W. 82nd Avenue Perrine Doing The Job. South Miami Junior High Don Austin, Director 8500 S. W. 46th Street Miami Youth Hall Robert Mayer, Director Miami Northwest Junior High Gordon Brooker 16130 N. W. 28 Place Miami Pompano Junior High Mike Bower, Director 310 N. E. 2nd Street Pompano Pompano Youth Ranch Joe Castillo, Director 1440 North Federal Highway Pompano Allapattah Junior High Gordon Brooker, Director 760 N. W. 53rd Street Miami Continental Junior High Roy Pierce, Director 8155 S. W. 99th Street Miami Fort Lauderdale Junior High Steve Merrefield, Director 2880 S.W. 16th Street Fort Lauderdale Golden Glades Junior High Mike Romine, Director 4711 N.W. 178th Terrace Miami Hialeah Junior High Tommy Martin, Director 1301 West 60th Street Hialeah Homestead Junior High Steve Shipley, Director 19481 S. W. 236th Street Homestead Island Action Junior High Bill Vestal, Director Russell's Home Islamorada Miami Junior High Stan Ponz, Director 2100 South Dixie Highway Miami Naples Junior High Bruce Smith, Director Gilford Road Naples 117 118 Bruce Petro and Billie Johnson enjoy Oriental food served at the Tai-Wue. Chapel skit by Steve Kimbrell and Ron Moses announced Japanese dinner. . ef' 1 xx Q11 A """-N, Cs, 'L "iff f"1.. s , "Num, ttf? 1' t Nlxjfggt it fg levs 53,9 Attractive twosome: Donna Whipple and Linda Renz. Oriental surroundings n .Q e lrar I' fr-f 4 at wiv, --f ff - My ' l to lgslpa created authentic atmosphere at Tai-Wue. 4'-f 'K 1'-J ef Aim Staff takes break from busy schedule of activities. Aim Leads The Way Advancing Interest in Missions has taken an active partinleading students to investigate World Mis s i o n s. Informative Chapel presentations and special events succeeded in arousing interest throughout the student body. AIM's second year, 1970 . . . Dr. Seymour, Sponsor . . . Now, Newspaper Outreach to the World . . . Tel-Evangelism . . . Art Staff . . . Cartoon . . .Foreign Student Correspondence . . .AIM prayer Cards . . . Library Com- mittee . . . Up-date AIM . . . Grove Missionary Conference. . . Student Mission Conference . . . Summer Opportunities . . . In- formation files. Ilene Litman admires part of God's creation. 119 Friendships Grow At F1orida's School For Bo 120 Marvin Jansen and Bob Howell work with the boys. A small boy hears from Danny O,Leary the story of a big love. Florida's School for Boys located in Okeechobee was again an out- reach of Florida Bible College. Led by Marvin Jansen and his able staff, this ministry has seen many trust the Lord and come to realize what the Christian life is all about. YS Kirk Woodyard shares the Word The meeting is effectively directed by Marvin Harrison. " H:-'fir 1.2, Billie Johnson and Terry Hoover share the Love of their Lord with Seminole youth. 66 77 Monday Nights A Unique Ministr They have gone forth, bearing seed, to the open fields of the Seminole Indian Reservation: Monday nights around a fire bright Children see the Gospel light. David and Kim Arlington, have chosen as their theme: "God's ability to use our inability." Singing Hbreaks the ice" just as it does at any other Ranch. ,-.X- "We've got him down," Friendship grows . . Young minds meditate on God's great love for them. 121 122 Impact Reaches The College Student The unwavering dedication of the Gospel moved onto Miami cam- puses. "For after that in the wisdom of God, the world by wisdom knew not God, it pleased God by the foolishness of preaching to save them that believef' Mike Sullivan and his faithful helpers, Karen Blackwell and Kerry Clifford, laboured much, speaking in dorm Bible studies, campus visitations, and weekly on Friday at 7:45 P.M. Mike illustrates God's love for the world Two more talented F B C girls. Impact crowd enjoys refreshment. I Carey explains the Gospel to a student. The glad sound of guitars. The Word of God - the authority. "You can know you're going to Heaven. 'i 123 l24 Reaching The nreachable Steel bars separate those in penal institutions from contact with most outsiders, but the Gospel is not hindered. Fred Allen shares the precious news of God's grace with prisoners on aperson to person basis. As the Lord promises, His Word does not return void Clsaiah 55:llJ. -f fu is Fi if-"sz?1Lrs: ' fifgrggfrsfi 1,51 in if jg' V 1: A simple hand gesture makes The Truth Q I I S Q-W i E . 5 5 1 f i l i 2 God's Word is the basis for communication. 1 H crystal clear. The Power of God opens closed doors. L Q Ti- 'mi mt tw .,.,.wT1ef5h.? X ,S it was NNE Q H. X to ,g1'f,igJ,g5,J7'j Temporary direction signs were set up in the new campus. nr:- Laymerfs Bible Institute Mrs. Stanford teaches with much Godly wisdom. 3 N -fb -U? A ,xg N Dr. Stanford shares methods in leading others to Christ. X 125 126 19 1 Torch Staff Editors .... . . . Tom Conley, Danny O'Leary Assistant Editor . . . Jim McA1ister Copy Editor . . Elise Bowsher Photographer . . . Sheila Van Es Advisor . . . Michael Moore Jim Danny O'Leary, Co-Editor, consults Jim about layout. ...Q McAlister, Asst. Ed., literally worked 24 hrs. a day. Bob Mayer deadline. and Steve Shipley discuss the soon-coming Rev Michael L Moore Advlsor IS pleased with Tom S plan Sheila Van Es Invaluable Photographer. Staff Tanya Moore Pat Lees Julie Jamerson Debbie Smith Karen King Linda Harvey Joyce Zopf Don Woolen Tim Braemer Rick DeJesus Carol McGonne11 Christian Journalism Class The Christian Journalism Class has a staff of diligent workers, planners and distributors who dedicate their time and effort to the publication of much Florida Bible College literature. Their work includes The Torch, The Action, Update, tracts, articles and various other projects throughout the year. Ken Weigert - at it again! 128 Mary Edwards, Linda Harvey, and Kay Cowen smile sweetly as Danny O'Leary and Steve Shipley look on. Editor Tom Conley shows Joyce Zopf how it's done DEW I IOUCN ff! 15555 ' X Arranging layouts is a job for Elise Bowsher. .yup Copy typed by Dale Moorefield and Joyce Zopf. The Christian Journalism class listens attentively. 'S , , I- 7 naw 'fir ' Q Sue Gardner and Karen King collaborate on captions. Dave Dion prepares The Action for mailing. if 129 130 Behold, as the clay is in the Pottefs hand, so are ye in mine hand." Jeremiah 18:6 , rw 1 - - X X xii - A' l 7 5' x h ,t I l . FX, my , Q7 Music 131 th intern tion 1 T The Internationals Singers and Orchestra, a group of Florida Bible College stu- dents, tour the country, and present "The Truth" in a way appealing to all. Rev. Jim Greer leads this group as they perform in hundreds of schools and churches. l x The Internationals Singers and Orchestra performed in mam high school assemblies x 1 M 'ft' E 5 L I n o I ,.,V A ,. ,ntel-g3ti0'1lY5 iniernntiovmls gpm . l f 1 1-11311011319 2 inte f . if The 1970-1971 Internationals Singers and Orchestra. Bob Burdett at a Convention in Miami. I ,f tit 1 I interrtatl V' I ronals internatiomns ,A A x, 1 7, tg 5 e 5 -15. 5 P 'u-r- a 5 9? . 1 'A if-4-3 ., QW I if 1 1. 'K "1 pledge allegiance to the flag . . love for God and Country brought The Internationals to sing at many patriotic rallies. it 133 Amid the Christmas setting of Colonial Plaza Shopping Mall, Orlando, The Internationals Singers and Orchestra present the true meaning of Christmas for all to hear. 1341 "buy ALLLLL the Internationals ALBUMMMMMMS. " The Internationals Singers and Orchestra in one of their many television taping sessions. H gm X 'Q W J f f ff' Dr. Stanford and the Internationals sailing toward an exciting new year. Liz Martinez shows that there is no generation X Sap- "He that is faithful in that which is least, is faithful also in much." The Internationals were honored with the opportunity to sing for the President of the United States. 135 'I'-HE SPEJKESMEN They speak for another- His Life - Their purpose His death - Their life His resurrection - Their witness As they were "allowed of God to be put in trust," so they spoke. Over two hundred high schools of the nation, gave audience to their declaration of the Gospel of Christ. Students were silenced by the sensitive love of a bold challenge. A'Sing unto the Lord 136 This... Is known. . For He hath done excellent things . . . In All - - - The Earth." 137 The Sounds Of FBC Florida Bible College has a var- iety of vocalists much in demand. Their purpose is not only to show their talents, but also to show others what God has to offer for each of us. Each vocalist and group has singing engage- ments around this area and throughout the country. Through their efforts many are coming to know Christ as Saviour, and are seeing the real happiness pos- sible in the Christian life. Rich Cunningham and Ken Fast perform in chapel. -1 if M is - . I me-,,i,,,,, ,. .Mi f - .ff f ,M 3, Q, The Sound of Life reach many through song. is s, Bruce Lynam is always a favorite of many. .sit f-fnhfax, Harper Brothers - talented twins from Atlanta. 139 140 Soloists The Lord is their strength and His salvation is the message of their song. It is in this abundant measure which the musically gifted of Florida Bible College excel. Ecuadorian Soloist - Ken Fast. He hath prepared for the Elbes a city. y ii' at 35 ,M x. . v 'Kant' .. The voice of a dedicated love - Maria Gonzalez. 1? gd' "i ww N X "l believe in miracles." Ain? Phil and Rich on the note of happiness, In the beginning .l-ill 142 Direct our way The Concert Choir These are they who do sing forth the honor of His name, making His praise glorious. Mrs. Ada Soubirou and Mrs. Ella Cameron, pianist and organist, are the delight of these singing men and women. The one sound of lifted voice is under the cherished direction of Mrs. Corabel Morgan. The fall and winter concerts, in addi- tion to the memorable Christmas chapel and private home engage- ments, were abundant in the praise of The Lord. The Majesty of Christ This is their story, this is their song College ingers The College Singers are a master-blend of musicanship and enthusiasm, directed by Rev. Jim Greer. The light of the class is reflected by the freedom of their songg the brightness of His coming is their shining. Mrs. Soubirou and Mrs. Morgan - The wealth of delight 144 Behold, as the clay is in the Potter's hand, so are ye in mine hand." Jeremiah 18:6 3 I Sports 145 l46 FBC Athletes: Winning The Real Victory The coordination of the cheer- leaders and pep squad, with the football and basketball is indeed a unique situation. The groups, while complimenting each other in their united effort to win games, have a greater respon- sibility of leading others to Christ. This is their primary objective. F B C may not always be the winner on the field, but one thing you can be sure of, win or lose, the group will always be winning souls. A www . 5 J 'Qi y gk f i ' . fi?f5?isS2 'aw vm Mggw W 1417 1 as vgmtw 1 21 Af . J P 4.1 1 " if J' iff P ,at 2' 148 t T i time fi' MIK Wah A .h t :SWE Q215 ,. , wwf? H. an ,.. We .5 , A1 Losey Paul Curtas and Mark Curtas run hard 'Ihe bxgger they are the harder they fall Dale Moorefleld Falthful on the fleld off the fleld M1ke Brown Stan Slmonton "Go Saintswl Yells the Pepsquad. i Robert Rohm is listened to as he gives the word. 1 at KK as W E K K ,.-: 5 5 . i , - .t ,.-,e. l Q , .b eg . iw.. .. . A 'Q -- . A ,sasW,5,wf,.,lazl.. 'Always wondered how they got those so fast" . F B C Football Team-Tuff Enuff 5 , 3 f il 4 -i ' Saints put their heads together. Bill Fillmore tells the purpose of our team. A hush - as the word goes out. Qian 'What do ya want?" "T.D.!" 2 V, WMM' 4-.1 Mike Brown - Still at work! l 152 Bill Adams in action The fans watch with great expectation. Witnessing after the game comes naturally with Kathy Dorland. "Shoot it, Slaw!" Bud shouts to Ted Stanislaw "Victory tonightlu demand the cheerleaders. , kk,,, V -- V- -V U ,.,.V A - V, :,.,,,L,,M, .. , , V , aft Glen Snyder explains in all sincerity what Christ has done. Gary Nonemacher reaches the little guys F B C Basketball Team In the first year of organized basketball outside their league, the F BC basketball team did a fantastic job. They had been playing in previous years against other Bible and Christian col- leges but found many times that evangelism opportunities were limited. They have now stepped from their own league into one of a higher standing in order to reach more people with the gospel. This is it! - says Coach Lee Stanford 153 F ans And Team ee e .-nf I ww -f , ' N., Gary goes up for another two points. KW ffigz iwgfmpi ' gm! Bob Kirk tries for a long shot. K , we ,V , 4 ,.,.. . W,,.. Saints are backed by students. .,wwW"""'WWk A L "Does it make sense to you?" F B C cheerleaders. 155 156 Baseball is a means to an end at F B C. That desired end is to witness for Christ. While working toward that goal, the team learns many lessons right on the "diamond" - team cooper- ation, self-control, physical en- durance and patience. On the sidelines they practice person- to-person evangelism. New team-mates look forward to working together, A sharp eye watches all plays Mike Buttermore gains favorable attention with the "Ump". ,,......-...X 1 Ji. i . 'L Opponents on the diamond become friends on the sidelines. get ' ' 'QA ' 5 V , A . - ,bw Ks X sf 5 - ' ' , M" Xlglxis . 15 ' M Q X . " 'ni fb 1 if Q ' 'QW' 'N 4 3 ih., 4 hymn I'-M., 3 me ' Qjewwgy V' 1 " , pi Q? -w,muH4w.3 ...t..,ai. ' 1 1 . ' "Q-010 v I , V N I 7 ,X K FF , A ' ' . . , K 9,9 -,,, - N . 41 ...Wx -ms... .M eau,--f-...:..,...f.. ' Q... ..,..... ' 'm "W '13 if?-r. J . M . " -1 -4 ' ' 4' M V v ., A I '. ' . '. - f .. "TT 4. W l ,Q nl- f k"1,,,N.j.:p::M pk qviwgv .eq z ski! 41. A , .'4'::i,' elf He made it! ' ' W. ,- .t.,.g Baseball Brings New pportunities Xu-.4 . N "' K Conversations can always come around to the Gospel. 'ZZ' 'A nw-.'.a',-il Dale sets an example which his team readily follows. :si-J 4, ,. 157 Behold, as the clay is in the Potter's hand, so are ye in mine hand." Jeremiah 18:6 X x ' dddd ,Y " ' X ' Ya 1 l A ,, Activities 159 BGCA! You've got a lot to live and Boca's got a lot to give was the opening to any Youth Ranch meeting for weeks before the summer camp in Boca Raton, Florida. Boca is one of the biggest highlights of the year for the Ranch kids around the country. At Boca we have football games, swimming, skiing, good meals and five hours of Bible study a day - and the kids love it! I Lindy Lovett greets a newcomer. 160 Lines are long, but the friendship is longer. Mike Otto wonders where the line ends. Yankee Arnold shows campers how to play football - Vivian Saunders and Brenda Johnson meet the people? Georgia style! "The food's not all gone, is it?" Are you sure his name is not Jack? 1JoeCastil1ol 3 5 gig we a is W . 162 , 2 WV' 'Boca' brings friends closer together. Donna and Tracy - a time for sharing. Friendliness gives 'Boca' its atmosphere. Lee Patton has an extra Bible study. mmm aw :smmmmmwf 'bass-0, Y Q ,m! was wetmfazemmxwr Carey Kinsolving during a quiet time sxvlazvf' -xy, :nw Campers realize the importance of prayer. The Kingsmen, from Southampton, Pa. Kangaroo Court for disobedient campers. 313 Y , 8 f M H "Guilty, Guilty," the judges rule. Saturday night concerts were awarded standing ovations. 163 164 Freshman Week Follies As the traditional Freshman ini- ation week began, the new F B C'ers rejoiced. U5 The week is filled with fun - things like beanies, name tags, kan- garoo court, and the "humbling processi' - but it really does have a purpose. The Freshmen are brought into the happy, bubbly atmosphere of F B C as we learn to share the gospel with others. With a life like this - how else can We feel? Larry Hoffeditz - hides his name in fear What class am I in? - Freshmen ponder Freshmen find that registration forms take time Whatls next? Bill Bush "road-tests" the penalties of kangaroo court. AQ4 -if K. ' Mlm- ' '- lwglfx of ,- G ffg,:e,L!fw ., 'B' . ,.- , Q, W 'fib- Qsffg W LKVV - M' JM s ,Q .4 M -Lp . ul, I t V A Q Q I .,, e WYE, Q Ig mx oeen M A I 14 . I A 'f Q 1 ' if n M, I 4 5' -- . , vgl, w' 1 ii 3,1 . lf" , L' P' 47 wwf. ,wif A Q V ,gill Ia X' -ii . John Sykes - upcoming basketball star. 165 166 And now . . Kangeroo court: a time to execute . . . judgment? ,,.f t t I 1 an few, .. , W Sing along with Stan Ponz x... yah wo-L F.B.C. Beach party characterized by song. Bruce Cook tunes up Eg g A r vaimif,-',,1.i? Time Out! Upperclassmen get to know "the kids". 167 168 Homecoming Ciirnaxed B Parades These are the beginning of ac- tivities -. . . The chariot build, float preparations and the Home- coming anticipations. The blos- som of the labour was Derby night, where The Fishers of Men were the winning float. Sam Wilson and Barb Bennink decorate school with signs to boost spirit. Sophomores watch Seniors pass them by at the chariot races. V , pgs ffm MQW 'Wh-N... ., Bruce Lynam, alias "Noah", accompanies animals in senior class float. ? 5 if 5 Si w 'A . H H -" A ' xi W -, Q4 1. 5 5 nf Q an g Nl 5 9 on Ji it -. . ' 1' .., Gordon Bradlaw proudly guides the freshmen chariot. Q. f sr gy April Jones in the flour of her youth. 169 170 Derby Night Is Great! Jodi Sangster dives into pie at the pie eating contest. 5 , A va i Q WW ming 2 - wwzf ' .. 1 ,K qwm,-' A. if I ie..-f Even Bo zo the clown showed up at F B C Derby Night. l i 4' if ,1 ' fx M f f , L rf' fs' 'i'!'14171-74"g:'i -A 'fs ,, "Feet shod with the Gospel." Seniors are 'Kat the end of their rope' is Seniors Don Britton, Willie Griffin, Spencer Johnson, Bruce Lynam, and John Riggs win the chariot raC9- 171 172 . l Fall Music Festival F B C is Talent honoredthe Lord by it's presentation of Christian music at the Miami Beach Audi- torium. The Go s p el was pre- sented to a "full house" through the testimonies of the performers as well as Dr. Stanford. As is always the case, the Gospel 'fbore much fruit" as many pres- ent understood for the first time its clarity and simplicity. The Elbes sing out for their Lord As "ambassadors for Christ" the Internationals look sharp. Luis Rodriquez's bass is an asset to Trish and Joan's presentation. 'iThe Circuit Riding Preacher" gave the audience a chance to participate. The Spokesmen appeal to all ages. Each voice and instrument brings honor to the Savior. Ben Elbe's "Noah"both amused and challenged the audience. 173 FBC Fellowship Each month FBC Wives, Fellow- ship meets, opening with testi- mony and song followed by a message on practical Christian living serving to strengthen the family ties in the Lord. The value of this stabilizing factor is without measure. 'eww M , . l ,, tp ,. ' ,, L?'f" ff , A xf - Wives Fellowship participants enjoy informal talk-time 174 n A Val Miller and Karen Alt like the refreshments. Mrs. Brounley serves at the Wives Fellowship rj? Graduating seniors are recognized. Prospective wives Dianne Churchill and Sue Gunkle enjoy the Wives Fellowship. 175 176 .4 fiat' 5 Y ,, 5 The College and the town begin a friendship through their repre- The program was enjoyed by all those present. sentatives as Mission Conference Chairman Norman Bolles and his wife applaud. The Honorable Mayor Wulff, Dr. and Mrs. Stanford shared the pleasure and challenge of the entire program. Mayor Wulff's reminder that "Charity begins at home" will be both remembered and practiced by those present. The Internationals beautifully expressed the conference theme in music. l , A crowd of 1200 enjoyed the food and fellowship as well as the presentation. ntold Millions Will Be Told Starting with its neighbors in Hollywood and reaching out to "the uttermost parts of the earth, " FBC will bring the Gospel to UNTOLD MILLIONS. The an- nual Missionary Banquet por- trayed this effort in many mean- ingful ways right down to the theme UNTOLD MILLIONS which was changed to U TOLD MIL- LIONS, thus identifying each one present with the endeavor. 177 a 1 F Behold, as the clay is in the Potter's hand, so are ye in mine hand." Jeremiah 18:6 i E 1 I ' + ?T,,,,, i Y, YY V YYY W ,,. i 1" 1 dvertisements 179 180 Cl MQ, "Pray For the Peace of Jerusalem" Ps. 12216 Seaside Mission, nc Box 146 No. Miam1 Beach Fla Dr. Mark G. Cambron Pres. Dr. A. Ray Stanford Sec. Treas camp eu , Compll ments of -lei evangelism UNITED BANKING GROUP lmernatlonal FALETTI AND DREW MUSICAL INSTRUMENT CO. MR J S B T R EDWARD KLECKA HARRY ANDERSON SPRINGER ROOFING FLANINGAN AND BRAEMER Attorneys at Law MASON QUIP CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT I.-.. ivfefve,g!2geg!S 182 PHONE 443-0669 ,aww P4010 .EGL 2653 S.W. 27th Ave. P.O. Box 736 Miami Fla. 33133 Sweet 81 Blossom SHOP 1800 S. 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I in- M Q , 'Y I1 II A I ' ' I ' I 'I ' 'II I 'I rl NIIIXIWI ,I3 'I I NNXQII I X 1I - IW -V N I W , A Y 1 - I I 1 I? I . I r ' I 3 f ' I I I I I T I ' -I I w I ' I I ., , I ' ' I I 'IA I ' I ' J " 2 5 X 5 1 I I ' A I ' ' 1, I ' - I I 'J xx' 'I ,Wy MI W I 4: I I Y I H . . . 3 187 L, 0 wvere cl fllroducts MANUFAC URERS 4901 West Knollwood Tampa Florida P O Box 15535 884 1441 33614 O It was our year. Ours and His. We spent it at Florida Bible College, a place unique in all the world. We cannot have our year back. It is over - for gain or loss - invested or wasted - it is over. We look back to learn from the past. But we only look for a moment. We have a present and a future to use for the Lord. We dare not misuse it. A world waits to hear what we have learned to tell. The Lord has given us a new campus this year. We will use it for his glory. More of us will be trained here in these incredible facilities than anyone ever dreamed possible. We learned at FBC how to take the clear gospel message around the world. We are going to do exactly that. "So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom." CPsalms 901123 189 190 Monday, February l, 1971 will be forever recorded by Christian historians. On this day at 1:30 P.M., Dr. Stanford, President of Florida Bible College, announced the miraculous purchasing of the Holly- wood Beach Hotel by the College. From twelve noon until his arrival the auditorium was packed with an exuberant, hope-filled student body. Dr. Stanford approached the old, much loved facilities walking hand in hand with his "Sue', while the Brighams and Mr. Henderson followed close behind. As the group entered they were welcomed by a standing ovation. Dr. Stanford led the student body in a prayer of thanks for everything the Lord has done for us. First, and always most important, we are thankful He gave His Son to make a complete payment on the cross for all sin, thereby making eternal life a free gift through simple belief and individual acceptance of the Lord Jesus Christ. Secondly, the Lord loves us as a daddy would his children and realized that Florida Bible College needed a new campus. Jehovah Jirreh! fThe Lord Providesj . F, The deed was read aloud by "Doc,'. He then embraced Mr. E. F. P. Brigham, part of the firm who have sacrificially made all of the legal pro- cedures possible, and explained to us that moving must be underway immediately. In two days the major portion of six hundred students were moved in "lock, stock, and barrel". The Lord doesn't waste any time, and neither do we! We thank Him. 191 192 Student life in the new campus offers thebest environment of any college in the nation. The new facilities have also provided ample classrooms to train young people in the Word of God. L-. ,V .. s g, F..-sul-"- Because of the unselfish dedi- cated efforts of Mr. and Mrs. Zeman, faculty and students can always depend upon nutritious, well-balanced meals. After morning classes, a hot meal in the relaxing dining area high- lights the day. The great fellow- ship during these hours contrib- utes to the closeness among the students. 193 I I V r i i 1 6 i P Hard work and hard play go hand in hand at FBCQ the aCt1V1t1eS are varied. The tennis courts are being frequented by many novlce tennis players. The sauna rooms are being visited by both the physically fit and unfit. By the summer FBC should turn out many dedicated students for the great needs of today. aw ' - ., 'xv Q, it ww, 1 1 - at Amr 1, , uv , Q- hnilr kib- fv- 'f","1g"'f""fe Qw.rfL:4M.k M mf -'ky' V, - gn- . xyd, v 'kfrdfm' tv- , ,,- , . rote ,y . , , x 19 at ef. ne, . W , 4. mmm . .W ,, .,, Q J Our new waterfront locationpro- vides our students with recrea- tion in their own backyard. Not only are the students able to X play football, surf, and have beach 9 parties, but they are also daily leading many to the Lord in this open mission field. 73, ,e hx it i .. 1" y, ... fig" v 'Al A 'Bun-.H W at 1,1 'L ' ,V . g, E 3, I ,535 ,S fam- v Q v 'Q - 'K -,Q K 1 qt, iw -mamma 1 - ' Q, fr, Sw 1 9, 195 ig! fklix 5 W- B 5 V W w r 196 w f., 71' ,, ff' tw 'f ' if W, E -' ' gi? gfwpwvlj x f, xr H 'QW 4.3.1 H, 'QPPZ , 1- 1 gwx .4 1:4 g rN s 5 .4 JZ.. 5 1 i, JM.. ,Y-. LL-, ?'f l' W W , we - BM Am . Wiki 1,p.-- -ff sv Cworicfa Qibfe Golleg 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. Ephesians 2:8,9 WALSWORTH Marcelme, Mo , L ,SA


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