Florida Bible College - Torch Yearbook (Miami, FL)
- Class of 1979
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Florida Bible College
101 North Ocean Drive
Hollywood, Florida 33019
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As ye have therefore received
Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk ye in
Rooted and built up in him, and
stablished in the faith, as ye have
been taught, abounding therein
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1 Pat Badstibner faithfully communicates
the message of salvation using the well
known 'wallet and hand gesture 2 Dale
noon to studv 3 Butch and Joan Hughes
share Christ in word and song through the
ministry of BROTHLRLY LOVE
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Herein is love, not that we loved
God, but that he loved us, and sent
his Son to be the propitiation for our
Beloved, if God so loved us, we
ought also to love one another.
Hebrews 13: 17
Obey them that have the rule over
you, and submit yourselves: for they
watch for your souls as they must
give account that they may do it
with joy, and not with grief for that
is unprofitable for you.
1 Sophomore Mark Smith along with the
entlre student body signs the attendance
paper daily in the upper lobby prior to
Steen shares the importance of following
rules 3 Anelderly man listens with interest
as Gary Franks expresses his personal tes
timony 4 Professor Butterworths music
Loving 5 Security enforces 5 M P H 6
Denise Arthur shares time and love with
Chapel service. 2. During AWANA, Jan
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Know ye not, that to whom ye
yield yourselves servants to obey,
his servants ye are to whom ye obeyg
whether of sin unto death, or of
obedience unto righteousness.
Beloved, when I gave all diligence
to write unto you ofthe common sal-
vation, it vs as needful for me to write
unto you and exhort you that ye
should earnestly contend for the
faith which was once delivered unto
B 1. During K'Beach Day" students had time to
sing and give testimonies such as Yutaka
Ikeda sharing in song 2 The front lawn
makes a perfect place for Ralph Pratt to pray
and study 3 Rev Busby a faithful teacher
and pastor clearly shows a Christ like
character in his lif 4 Yielding to the Word
is necessary for both student and the teach
er 5 Tim Pollard yields to allow Celeste
Sasser to leave
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But by the grace of God I am what
I am: and his grace which was be-
stowed upon me was not in vaing but
I laboured more abundantly than
they all: yet not I, but the grace of
God which was with me.
II Timothy 2:2
And the things that thou hast
heard of me among many witnesses
the same commit thou to faithful
men who shall be able to teacl'
serve here at FBC 2 Bill Butterworth shares
the excitement of family life in Christian
Home class 3 Mike Justice sees the humor
ous side in teaching music 5 Rev Ron Von
Behren presents material to students in Pen
tateuch class 6 A familiar face to many stu
dents is that of Marcia best Business Otilce
1. Secretaries put forth their best as they
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Hearing of thy love and faith
which thou hast toward the Lord
Jesus, and toward all saints- That
the communication of thy faith may
become effectual by the acknowl-
edging of every good thing which is
in you in Christ Jesus.
1. Carol Ponz is always seen with a friendly
smile as she gives of her time in the snack
shop. 2. Lori Johnson enjoys a break be-
tween classes. 3, Judy Keltz radiates a
cheerful face even Monday morning at nine
a,m. chapel. 4. Student Body President Tony
Ingrassia and Rev. Davis are tvso well re-
spected Lndividuals for all they do. 5. Dr.
Cambron during Family Conference. 6. Joy
and Jessie love their babysitter Liz Brous-
Student Union for vsriting notes. 8. Frank
Couello appreciates the humorous side of
Mrs. Hackney the head of the Secretarial
sard. 7. Huey Sterrett enjoys the use ofthe
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The dedication of the 1979 Torch
was unanimously arrived upon be-
cause rarely does one man stand out
as such a clear example of Loyalty.
Loyalty is not an easy quality to
exemplify. It is composed of many
varied concepts but its root is found
in one quality.
Love is the basis of Loyalty and
this man has a loving nature. This
characteristic is displayed in his re-
lationships. His family reflects love
because between them there exists
openness, appreciation, and com-
munication. Students also sense his
concern and respond to his sincere,
Pure love carries with it both ac-
tion and attitude. The action of love
is obedience and in performing
his administrative capacity he leads
others in cheerfully abiding by the
guidelines which govern our lives.
The attitude of real love consists
of a conscious yielding of personal
rights for the benefit of others. lt is
a servant's heart that allows the
Lord to use him in the lives of his
peers and students alike.
A deep love and commitment to
the Word of God is the basis for his
allegiance to the clarity of the
Gospel and the purpose of reaching
a world of lost souls. Respect for our
country and its freedoms are also
inclusive in his adherence to bibli-
Perhaps the most visible display
of his dedication can be seen in his
everyday duties as a teacher and a
He is always seen laboring. At a
church or school function he is the
one behind the scenes Working the
detailed job to free others ofthe re-
sponsibility. He seems to be every-
where and is equally at home be-
hind a pulpit teaching or cooking for
The search for someone to per-
sonify the qualities of loyalty ended
when we dedicated the 1979 Torch
to you - Mike Shaffer.
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1. Keith Pesce and Dale Gregory harmonize
I ' to Bob Peter's version of Elvis in a Momen-
tum skit. 2. King Brown helps steady a nerv-
ous senior, Ed Jurewiez. 3. Ed Dorsey
sweeps a quiet lobby after classes while
meditating on the Lord.
The circular art represents various areas of
student life: the dorms, heaven tracts, and off
A Florida Bible College student's
life is unique because of the beauti-
ful surroundings in which his daily
routine takes place. Although not
many students have time to enjoy it
consistently, the oceanfront side of
the campus still displays the beauty
and freedom of God's creation.
There are places where students
may relax and places that provide
excellent opportunities to study.
The well-groomed lawns by the
fountain offer a spot to relax while
FBC is not just a collection of
buildings but the facilities are im-
pressive. Many improvements have
been made, but the sight of the
building at the end of the main
boulevard is still enough to instill
pride in the ministry of FBC.
1. The Towers house various college per-
sonnel along with students and their wives.
2. Denise Daly uses a quiet afternoon to
write special letters back home. 3. The East
campus located outside the laundry hall
gives students a private place to talk, have
picnics, or just to be alone. 4. A sumptuous
lobby gives visitors a "first look" at our col-
1ege's facilities. 5. During the Forward IV
leadership seminars, faculty members along
with students give nearly 400 delegates
knowledge in the Word. 6. Television cover-
age ofthe major football games was shown in
the Student Union.
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With such a large group of build-
ings making up the FBC Campus,
there are bound to be certain places
where the students are most often
found. Some places offer services
that fill needs While others are sim-
ply spots to gather and relax.
Much work and cost have gone
into making FBC a self-contained
community. From the Snack Shop to
the Laundry roomg from the beach
to the dorms, Florida Bible College
is "our favorite place."
1. School Barber, George Mehne, performs
minor surgery on Tony Ingrassia's hair style.
2. Rose Ann Gentry's attention is absorbed
in one of the many selections in our Well-
stocked bookstore. 3. The library offers Dave
Byrnes the peace and quiet he needs to com-
plete his studies. 4. Julie Gillam scans the
"G" board and spots a welcome sight! for is it
a note from Rev. Busby'?J 5. The laundry
room is a favorite place out of sheer necessity
but Arnold Archuleta manages a smile. 6.
Every place around the campus is used to the
glory of God as depicted by Mark Schweitzer
witnessing on the beach. 7. Laura Treadway
and Nancy Roberts enjoy lunch together in
the Saints Soda Shop,
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Monday through Friday at nine
a. m. is an hour designed to encour-
age, uplift, admonish, and refresh
students and faculty alike. It serves
as a welcomed break in the hectic
pace of morning classes.
A "usual" chapel consists of an
opening hymn, announcements, a
musical special, and an occasional
skit. All of this only paves the way
for exciting, informative speakers.
Fresh insights are gained from the
large array of missionaries, musi-
cians, preachers, and teachers who
come to minister.
"Something for everyone" truly
describes the FBC chapel pro-
grams. Whether it's a great man of
God sharing the Scriptures, or sim-
ply a time of sharing and prayer
among the students, the Lord con-
tinues to bless as we assemble to-
gether for the hour of spiritual re-
1. A representative from Central Alaskan
missions excited many students to serve as
summer workers in this country's largest
state. 2. Dr. Cambron, founder and director
of Seaside Mission, is always a blessing
when he comes to chapel to share his experi-
ences in the ministry. 3. Mr. Moody "walked
us through" the entire Old Testament! It was
not only enjoyable but we still remember it.
4. Former missionary to Honduras, Daniel
Sie rra, sparked a renewed vision to reach the
world for Christ. 5. Dr. Robert G. Witty,
president of Luther Rice Seminary encour-
ages continued education in Godls Word. 6.
During revival week in January, Dr. Curtis
Hutson, editor of Sword of the Lord and
well-known evangelist, challenged the
hearts of believers to give themselves to
God. 7. Training qualified teachers is the
goal Dr. Paul E. Loth, director of E.T.T.A.,
hopes to impress on the student body.
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People here at FBC are busily
serving the Lord. Because all these
people go in many different direc-
tions special events are planned
throughout the year for 4'family"
members to enjoy each other's fel-
Some events are planned where
the whole student body participates
together such as in the Sadie Haw-
kin's All Night Skating Party.
Activities such banquets be-
come opportunities to serve faculty
and church members while still
others, like the Bill Gothard Semi-
nar, are learning experiences to
enjoy together as a group.
l. A day off from classes? We get to go on the
beach? Are you sure Rev. Stanford knows
about this? 2. Seniors battle tl1e Freshmen in
"'l'rashketball" during the year's HAH in the
Family Night." 3. The group from FBC church
and college won the attendance award at the
Bill Gothard Seminar in December. Four
hundred FBC people attended the week of
meetings and received a blessing. 4. Another
opportunity to serve others is the attitude of
Jim Walker as he becomes a waiter at tl1e
annual Prayer and Praise Banquet. 5. Andy
Andres and Tony lngrassia support Nanci
Colussy as she approaches a treacherous
turn at the Sadie Hawkirfs Skating Party. 6.
Natalie Petty serves up popcorn hot and
fresh to Patricia Pride before the showing of
"Blood on the Mountain."
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Come when we'11 be tried
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Florida Bible Church is known by
many in Hollywood as the faithful
sower. This is in part a result of the
Church's evangelistic outreach
under the direction of the Pastor
Rev. A. Lee Stanford. The congre-
gation composed of both students
and local folks find the Church a
Highlights of the year include the
Invitation Sunday where visitors
received the gospel and a free meal.
New Year's Eve brought a prophecy
conference and a fire works display.
Bill Gothard's seminar in Miami
Beach Convention Hall brought
hundreds ofchurch and college stu-
dents out. The Spring semester
started off with the Church having a
Revival with Dr. Curtis Hutson. The
Walk thru the Bible seminar and
Missionary Conference also keep
the Church involved and gaining
1. The church congregation under the lead-
ership of Mrs. Corabel Morgan set a worship-
ful atmosphere every Sunday morning, at the
morning service. 2. Our Pastor always is
people conscience. 3. Rev. Stanford shares
his dream for the college at the Prayer 8:
Praise Banquet at Thanksgiving time. 4.
Rev. Sheffield the Assoc. Pastor organizes
the ministries of the church. 5. Mrs. Nor-
wood always is seen cheerfully welcoming
members to Church on Sunday mornings.
The Sunday school at Florida
Bible Church could be likened to a
Field where the labor produces two
types of fruit. True spiritual fruit
when the children place their trust
in Christ that his blood has atoned
for their sin alone, and then also
practical fruit. The practical fruit is
gained thru the students receiving
needed training in the classroom
which can be used in future years in
vital church roles.
l. Primary Supt. Mrs. Taylor plays her ac-
cordion to a song led by Chris Herrin. 2.
Stephanie Del Sardo uses two excited assis-
tants to teach a new song. 3. The Sunday
school benefits greatly from these college
students, as well as church members not pic-
tured here. 4. Josie Cordle a freshman from
Alaska, enjoys craft time with her class. 5.
Lila Lawson directs children during the spe-
cial "Carnival Sunday" out on the beach
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Bringing the light of Jesus Christ
into the neighborhood of Hollywood
is the main purpose for the Bus
Ministry at Florida Bible Church.
Bus routes travel throughout Bro-
ward county on Sunday mornings
getting several hundred children to
come to the church. The ministry
involved students within the college
who had weekends available. The
staff visits on Saturday mornings all
the children on the route, as well as
signing up new recruits and giving
out the gospel message to kids they
1. Alter a busy moming with the special Car-
nival Sunday, Ronnie Hughes takes the op-
portunity to talk with a visitor about Christ.
2. Cynthia Stevens settles final bus ar-
rangements before the buses begin their de-
parture from the college. 3. The majority of
the flrst semester bus workers pause for a
photograph before leaving to pick up their
children. Students are as follows: Ronnie
Hughes, Rose Stien, Robert Asher, Curtis
Bowden, Dale Daflln, Cynthia Stevens, Sam
Jones, Laurie Bennett, Robert Kimball,
Denise Cram, Thomas Cobaugh, Jim Shef-
Held, Dan Dillinger, Cecilla Daniels, Brooks
Everett, John Swaney, Ray Cruzan, Dean
Pratt. 4. "This bus is O. K. ll' 5. The bus minis-
try has organized attendance cards and ad-
dress cards which help keep in reach with
Awana at Florida Bible College is
an effective youth ministry. The
reason is because of Bible lessons
that are reinforced with student
participation both in the class and
afterwards on the gymnasium floor.
The teachers are personally in-
volved with the lessons and me-
chanics ofthe study program along
with the kids. This helps to bridge a
studentfteacher gap common in the
typical church situation.
The Awana program is a nation-
wide organization which has as
their aim to get boys and girls to
receive Christ as Savior and then to
grow strong in the word. The pro-
gram is in harmony with the church
and actually acts as a ministry to
members who seek for experience
in winning souls to Jesus Christ.
1. Musa Andres helps a student memorize
scripture by dramatizlng the words in the
verse. 2. Bill Ballentine helps a newcomer
complete basic requirements of the intro-
duction workbook. Then he'll be eligible to
wear the official uniform. 3. The Awana Staff
4. Alma Vega along with her students watch
as the boys do the round tug-0-war. 5. Win-
ning teams receive points which add on to
points gained by memorizing verses, and
then the winning team receives a reward
each week. 6. Wilma Alessi coaches on her
girls during team competition, which keeps
up the interest after the class teaching is
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Indian Bible Mission established
eleven years ago by Florida Bible
College students is a remarkable
story of the effect of God's Word on
people and the changed lives that
have resulted. The change in people
has not only been produced in the
Indians being ministered to, but an
effectual change has resulted in the
lives of the counselors and the staff
that make up Indian Bible Mission.
Approximately 20 students travel
for nine weeks during the summer
establishing week long camps on
various reservations. The camps
are stationed in the states of New
York, Oklahoma, and Minnesota.
Although the camps last for just a
week, the entire staif works before
the camps recruiting kids and wit-
nessing to their parents.
1. Ben Darlington director of the mission
meets each Monday night with the students
and takes various prayer requests for the
mission. 2. At a camp in upstate New York
mission workers open the morning Bible
hour with exciting Bible songs. 3. On route to
their various camps, the group often stops at
places like Niagara Falls, museums, and the
Smithsonian Institute. 4. Director Ben Dar-
lington proudly wears the insignia showing
the fact that he was initiated into a tribe as a
member, a very uncommon practice. 5. Ben
shows the basic sketch of how the bus travels
through the United States.
"Who will have all men to be
saved, and to come unto the knowl-
edge of the truth." I Timothy 2:11.
Hollywood, Florida provides lit-
erally an endless opportunity for
winning souls to Christ. Students
go forth daily with their every day
activities but also prayerfully and in
a loving manner present the gospel
to people who face real hassles,
problems, and need to hear of
Christ's love. Having learned the
practical knowledge in class the
students then make it a normal
practice of life.
1. While at thc Rescue Mission, Carol Hoehn
gives the gospel with scriptures out of the
Bible. 2. Waiting for buses gives great
chances to share, as Cheryl Camerino does.
3. Tammy Mathias talks with kids on the
beach. 4. Kees Boer is giving out the message
by using the familiar hand gesture. 5.John
Mauer the school mail coordinator keeps in
touch by taking call backs on the gospel
phones. 6. Brooks Everett explains scripture
to a visitor. 7. Terry Chaychuk uses the op-
portunity at the outdoor theater to give out
the message. 8. Faculty member Cheryl
Seeds explains a tract to a small friend dur-
Lng a Bible Club meeting.
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Replacing the Saturday morning
cartoons with Bible stories, Scrip-
ture, songs, and games eventually
causes several things to happen.
First, the children attending the
KBC accept Christ as Savior and
then begin to live a Christian life as
it is outlined at the club. Secondly,
parents see a difference in their
childls life and become receptive to
the message of salvation. Thirdly,
the students who teach at these
clubs gain new insight and wisdom
as they are practically preparing for
full time Christian service.
These things are probably why
the natural result of the directors
was to have "enthusiasm" as their
trademark, and why many continue
on after FBC as Sunday school
workers or school teachers.
1. First semester staffconsisted ofthcse stu-
dents: KL. to RJ Joanne Stabile, Lynette
Strawser, Marilyn Hansen, Renne Lavoie,
Jane Powell, Laura Onzahwah, Judy Keltz,
Cindy Sandford, Glenda Blom, Brenda
Bryant, Chris Mertz, Janis Fernandez,
Melanie Canady, Donna Daly, Brenda
Robinson, Chris Herrin, Sharon Ford, Cindy
Pratt, Patricia Pride, Terri Kovarik, Joyce
Heidman, Vickie Evans, Sandy Abbott,
Nancy Lentz, Debbie Hill, Linda Weiss-
gerber. fBack Rowj Perry Gerkin, John
Junstrom, Tack Ashida, Ralph Pratt, Jim
Walker, Russell Pratt, Delbert Abbott,
Bruce Moore. 2. The Ch1ldren's Ministry is
under the supervision of Marilyn Lashbrook,
Jo Ann Hummel, and Cheri Seeds. 3. The
smile on this young child reflects what KBC
is all about. 4. Even children can lead their
friends to Christ. 5. Linda Weissgerber and
her Measel", Patricia Pride, illustrate God's
Word to a group of children.
Fifteen years ago FBC was born
from an outreach ministry called
Christian Youth Ranch. Since that
time the priority of reaching teen-
agers with the gospel has continued.
It would be difficult to accurately
count how many lives have been
touched by this phenomenal minis-
More recently, Rev. Ron Von Beh-
ren has been the guiding force be-
hind the Youth Ministries Depart-
ment at FBC. Under his direction
there has been a new vision of
reaching youth and teaching them
to win their friends. In keeping with
this goal, Forward IV Leadership
Seminars and exciting summer con-
ferences offer innovative ways to in-
fluence many teens.
The Ranch concept still remains
as fresh and effective as ever in ful-
filling the Great Commission.
l. An inside look at Coral Gables Sr. High
Ranch. 2. Dick LaPine enjoys working with
Jr. High kids. 3. Forward IVstarted offwith a
big, old-fashioned Ranch meeting held in the
Red Room. 4. In Hollywood, Surfside
reaches the youth located in areas surround-
ing FBC. 5. Summer camps are always fun -
especially Kangaroo Court.
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The Hollywood Camps are the
major thrust of Florida Bible Col-
lege during each summer break.
Many ofthe suu1n1er students act as
counselors giving them the tre-
mendous challenge ofconveying the
message of salvation and service to
these campers during the week.
Leading the camps involves many of
the colleges faculty and staff as
Hundreds of teenagers come dur-
ing each ofthe three weeks ofcamp.
Along with Bible teaching there is
planned team competition, outings,
free time, great food, and even a lit-
tle sleep. Wednesday nights are the
turning point of the camps. Rev.
Stanford presents a dedication
message to the youth and the result
is that many leave the camp serving
the Lord Jesus Christ. All in all the
camps influence more lives than we
can ever imagine.
l, Testimony night always seems exciting as
young people explain tl1e working of God in
their lives. 2. Common among campers are
two things: a large appetite and identifica-
tion bands worn through the entire week. 3.
A group of teens enjoy the front lawn during
the cook out. 4. Special events are planned
throughout the week to make campers have
the time oftheir lives. 5, Morning devotions
set the mood Hur each day during camp. 6.
fampe rs enjoy good old fashioned ice cream.
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Dan Houme,s Journalism class
weekly produces the school news-
paper MOMENTUM. The articles
include the varied activities of the
college and the church. Nearly one
fifth ofthe publication is mailed out
over the country. The purpose of the
student publication is to train col-
lege students in the various respon-
The TORCH is dedicated to serve
as a past reminder of the school
year, as well as showing God at
work at FBC. Although the staff
faced difficulty during each stage of
the production, the problems were
finally overcome with the '79 copy.
The team of workers was overseen
by Miss JoAnn Hummel, a well re-
spected faculty member among the
The UPLOOK goes out to the sev-
eral thousand on the college's mail-
ing list. Miss Marilyn Lashbrook,
the editor, uses a wide variety of
layout and copy techniques in pro-
ducing this professional magazine.
1. The Yearbook staff consists of Pat Tyrcha,
Rose Needham, Donna Black, JoAnn Hum-
mel, Dale Butterworth, Emilia Andres, Ted
Whittington, Edna Pagels, Liz Broussard,
Bill Wittenburg, Nancy McQuiggan, Sharon
Ford, Jim Walker, Knot picturedj Linda Gil-
bert, Jonathan Mauer. 2. JoAnn Hummel
and Jim Walker look in last year's yearbook
searching for new ideas for the Torch. 3. Up-
look draws the attention of Renee Lavoie and
Don Price. 4. The Momentum staff Cleft to
rightj Cathy Albert, Cindy Pratt, John
Keane, Ed Morgan, Debbie Hill, Sharon
Ford. fBack Rowj Huey Sterrett, Russ Pratt,
Dan Houmes, Steve Crane, Deana Mc-
Donald. 5. Huey Sterrett and Ed Morgan
work diligently on the Momentum as Dan
Houmes looks on. 6. Ted Whittington pays
special attention to his section as he care-
fully crops his picture. 7. Emilia Andres and
Ted Whittington, sports section, discuss
which picture will fit where.
Clowning at FBC is serious busi-
ness. Being a good clown involves
more than a funny wig, baggy pants,
and a red nose. It takes a big heart,
a sense of humor, and a love for
UAH the world loves a clownf'
The King's Jesters use the
natural attraction people have for
clowns as a means of witnessing or
to pass out gospel literature.
Reaching out to those in despair
is the weekly task of the Miami
and Ft. Lauderdale Rescue
Missions. Men from the Missions
have scores of problems - mental,
physical, emotional, and social. In
reality, their deepest need is a
spiritual one, that of trusting Jesus
Christ as Savior for eternal life. Not
everybody has the patience and love
e11ough for mission work, but those
who do carry a great burden to win
those people to Christ.
Juvenile delinquency rises as fast
as the family unit disintegrate-s in
our country. Pompano Deten-
tion Center houses kids in trouble,
while they wait for court decisions
on their futures.
FBC students have the opportu-
nity to personally counsel and lead
to Christ many of these kids in the
short time allotted. The center has a
high turnover rate so the need to
win, train, and love the kids is an
1. The Pompano Detention Center staff 2.
One more rescued soul. 3. Clowning takes
prayer-peration. 4. Everyone loves clowns! 5.
Angi Masi has a love for these needy men,
which is why he gives of himself to the minis-
try. 6. Angi Masi and Tony Ingrassia by the
fountain making plans for the operation of
the Rescue Mission.
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The future of Florida Bible Col-
lege and the world rests upon the
children attending Florida Bible
Christian School. Graduates from
FBC teach Christian principles to
over two hundred children ranging
from four years old to high school
Many children who attend come
from the public school system and
are often behind in grade level.
They "catch up" by individual tutor-
ing provided at no cost by FBC stu-
dents. FBCS is truly a ministry in
the lives of the students, parents,
and faculty as well.
1. Standing atop the Wallace Center which
houses the school is the entire FBCS faculty,
stafil and student body. 2. Second grade
might sound easy but not to a second grader!
3. Christian Education places high emphasis
upon reading and verbal skills. 4. An "up
close" look at some FBCS students. Who ever
said school wasn't fun? 5. At the foundation
of the FBCS curriculum is the Word of God
and the Lord Jesus Christ.
Ministries! 5 1
Phil Myers QU and his growing
family travel cross-country conduct-
ing seminars on family living and
teaching for results.
Larry Lipke I 21 stayed on in the
work overseas while his wife,
Kathy, ably spoke in behalf of Scot-
land's great needs.
Each year the Mission Confer-
ence speaker is Rev. Buford
Adams C35 who brings challenging
thoughts from the Word of God on
the subject of giving.
Daniel Sierra UU is anxiously
waiting on the Lord's next marching
orders which will lead him to a new
field of service in Central America.
In his first year as a missionary,
W. C. 0lsen Q51 shared his desire
to be used in Alaska.
Birbal Boodraln f6J has an es-
tablished ministry in Trinidad con-
sisting of a Youth Ranch and a
Granada, Spain is opening up to
the Gospel thanks to the dedicated
efforts of Jose Hernandez C71
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Hawaii-bound Bruce Camp-
bell Q11 serving his first term as a
missionary from FBC. He views the
islands as a "lost paradisen in need
of the message of eternal life.
Ministering in a church youth
group in the Mid-Western Bible
Belt is not an easy task as Eugene
Enns C21 has found out in his work
Rick Herrlin CSI is a veteran of
the mission Held with a few years of
service in Vermont to his credit. His
sights are now set on Austria as a
place of future outreach.
A good pastor must have a close
family to support him in his work.
The Boodram's C41 are that kind
of unit, displaying "agape" love to
the people of Trinidad.
Having a German-born wife is a
real advantage to Dave Steven-
son CSJ as he conducts two chil-
dren's works near Munich. Many
years ago it took the influence of
their four-year-old Dennis to show
the Stevenson's the kind of burden
God has for souls.
The Hernandez family C61 is
young and very zealous to see that
Spain is won to the Lord Jesus
The faculty at Florida Bible Col-
lege consists of dedicated men and
women living what they teach. That
special balance of involvement plus
knowledge gives the students in-
sight into relevant situations and
into sound doctrinal truths. Instead
of a faculty retreating from the
world to the classroom, the class-
room is alive with current and fresh
answers to our quickly eroding so-
The love for the students and the
Word of God is their motivation for
teaching. Students flnd the willing-
ness of faculty members to discuss
personal problems very helpful.
The faculty is involved in various
ministries such as pastoring
churches, teaching Bible studies,
guest lecturing at conferences,
teaching Awana, Sunday school,
1. Rev. and Mrs. Busby present a cake to
their youth workers who have helped with his
church located in North Miami. 2. Marilyn
Lashbrook shares Christ with her Bible club
kids. 3. Wilma Alessi drills girls during
Awana. 4. Bill and Rhonda Butterworth have
a married couples Bible study at their
apartment each Monday night, where
couples enjoy good fellowship,
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Athletics witl1 a purpose is be-
hind all sports at FBC. The men's
and women's teams have the pur-
pose of reaching different colleges
with the message of salvation
through Christ. I Corinthians 9:25
describes uniquely this purpose.
'Hind every man that striveth for the
mastery is temperate in all things.
Now they do it to obtain a corrupti-
ble crown, but we, an incorrupti-
1. Ed Gonzalez in his l'1st ye'tr still en'oys
listening to pointers 'thout improving his
game. 9. Iohn U'l3rien intercepts '1 tlmrwurrl
pass. 3. Passing the message on is what Lory
Johnson has pursued throughout 'lf-2618011 ot'
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The men that strive hard to break
through the line are the FBC foot-
ball team. It takes long hours of
practice and constant repetition to
effectively function as a team.
Striving to win the game is impor-
tant to the team but the men have
another goal in mind for playing
football. The sport affords the op-
portunity to explain in a simple way
that God offers eternal life to all
who would trust Christ as Savior.
The undefeated football team is
under the direction of Bud Hamil-
1. Coach Bud Hamilton smiles over the vic-
torious season. 2. 1978 Football Saints ln-
cluded fkneeling, left to right, Tim Pollard,
Walter Leonard, John Averill, Bobby
Johnson, Kevin Fowler, Harry Clark, Jeff
Mathis, Kevin Morang, and Arlin Gully.
fStanding, left to rightj Coach Hamilton,
Scott Grant, Ray Cruzan, Larry Birch, Mark
Schweitzer, Mike Hayes, Skip Causby, Carlo
Leto, Gary Devine, John O'Brien, and Ass't.
Coach Jon Koepke. 3. Harry Clark and Kevin
Morang hold the line of scrimmage against a
stiff pass rush. 4. Even with all the hard work
and athletic talent the ubattle is still the
L0rd's." 5. As soon as the ball is snapped the
Saints are ready to mount a furious offensive
Women's Athletics is reaching
people that no one else reaches. It
takes a lot of time and hard work.
The Lord blesses good training be-
cause of the discipline involved.
Girls learn to rely on the Lord to get
them through the season.
In order to prepare for any minis-
try you must know how to properly
present yourself Conditioning is
the most important part of athletic
training because it enables the
player to compete well, earning the
respect of the opposing team. In
Coach Doherty's personal opinion,
"Athletics is the greatest outreach
ministry I have ever been involved
No report would be complete
without a total of statistics. This
season the volleyball team came in
contact with 443 people and 119
trusted the Lord. The actual win-
loss record came to 5-13. FBC pro-
duced their most fruitful season
1. Bev Doherty, volleyball coach, verbally
encourages her team. 2. Unity in prayer is
evident in the volleyball team. 3. The 1979
Women's Volleyball team included: CL to R-
standingj Cindy McCann, Pat Sullins, Heidi
Mick, Lory Johnson, Martha Palmer, and
Coach Doherty. QL to R - kneclingl Janice
LeClair, Donna Davanzo, and Leslie Rankin.
4. Lory Johnson demonstrates the distinc-
tive of FBC athletics - faithfulness in shar-
ing the gospel. 5. Proper setting technique is
displayed by Cindy McCann as Janice Le-
Clair looks on.
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The high point of any FBC school
year is the beginning of basketball
season. Fast-paced action, spec-
tacular scoring, and bleachers full
of cheering fans make any Saints
basketball game worth attending.
FBC basketball always has a pro-
ficient basketball team consisting
of men who sacrifice their time and
discipline themselves in rigorous
practice. Every Monday, Tuesday,
and Thursday night Coach John
Beckham and Ass't. Coach, Jon
Koepke drill the players in refining
These men are standouts, not just
because of their physical stature,
but because they play for a purpose.
The F BC basketball team - stand-
ing tall for the Lord Jesus Christ
and the message of salvation.
l. Coach Beckham reminds the team of
strategy points. 2. Gene Raylc jumps higher
to gain the ball forthe Saints. 3. John Beek-
ham coached the l979 Basketball team. 4.
Victor Curry regains the rebound for the
team. 5. The Saints basketball team consists
of John Beckham fcoachj, Victor Curry,
Kelly McMillan, Don Jackson, Eddie Gon-
zalez, Ed Harris, Chet Bloom, Jon Koepke
tass't. coachj, Gene Rayle, Kevin Fowler,
Arnold Areheletta, Mike LeDuc, Tim Pol-
lard, Jacque Blatehford.
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For those who do not actively par-
ticipate in an organized sport, the
Wallace Center provides opportuni-
ties for personal recreation. Much
use is made at FBC of the sports
Racquetball tops the list as the
number one activity. Racquetballs
and racquets are appearing all over
in the possession of just about
Jogging is also popular and the
track located on the roof of the gym
is an excellent place for dedicated
runners to go.
Other activities include tennis,
basketball, softball and swimming.
1. The 'l'ower's P001 is a favorite spot for
relaxation. FBCS holds gym classes here in
the spring. 2. Dalton Gahman puts all his
strength into his racquetball serve. 3. Show-
ing unusual form Mike Partain returns a fast
ball. 4. Attlred in the proper clothing,
Michael Leigh makes another lap. 5. A favor-
ite rnen's intramural sport is basketball.
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Physical strength, mental stam-
ina, and Spirit control are charac-
teristic ofthe FBC Baseball Saints.
Physical strength? To overcome
the hardships of the game.
Mental stamina? To survive the
pressure of competition.
And Spirit control? To guarantee
the victory - souls.
Baseball, the only ministry where
batting, running and striking out all
add up to eternal victories.
1. The FBC Baseball team, fstaudingj Harry
Clark, Ray Mitchell, Gene Rayle, John Ave-
rill, Mike Papa, Walter Metzler, John Col-
lic r, and Coach Lawson Younger. QKnee1ingJ
Steve Sanders, Dan Jackson, Jerry Lucia,
Gary Devine, Geoff Reese, and Don Mit-
chell. 2. Evan Burrows realizes the purpose
ofwinning souls. 3. Kevin Fowler is a strong,
left-handed hitter for the Saints. 4. Pitching
in to win the game is John Collier. 5. Coach
Younger anticipates a victorious season. 6.
It's Gary Devine caught in the act ofstealing.
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The art of karate is a schoolmas-
ter of mental discipline and bodily
control. For men and women alike
karate offers physical release and
it's good exercise, too.
Rev. Tom Davis is FBC's karate
instructor. He believes that a
knowledge of karate is practical
training for any Christian and from
the number of students who enroll
in the class, it seems that the
statement is true.
1. Assistant instructor Jon Koepke keeps a
watchful eye on Don Jackson's Karate tech-
nique. 2. A ceremonial awarding of purple
belts to Randy Elman and Dean Pratt. 3. Ka-
rate classes are always started in prayer. 4.
Don Jackson blocks a defense knee kick. 5.
Girls find Karate not only challenging but a
neat approach to keeping in shape.
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"Contact is opportunity" and so is
cheerleading at F.B.C.
Whether it's at a home game or on
the road traveling with the basket-
ball team, our six cheerleaders,
under the direction of Tricia Beck-
ham come in contact with literally
hundreds of people during a given
The squads resonsibility is two-
fold: to motivate the student body to
support the Saints and to share the
gospel with those in the stands.
1. Participating in the 1979 basketball
cheerleading squad Qleft to right, were Pat
Sullins, Juliana Sanchez, Sharon Metzler,
Diane Sanders, Jan Judy, Lory Johnson
fcaptain J. Each girl put much time and effort
into perfecting their performance as they as-
sist in the Saint's victories. 2. The cheerlead-
ing squad sees the need of upholding one
another. 3. Mrs. Tricia Beckham volunteered
her time this year to sponsor the cheerlead-
ers. 4. Captain of the cheerleaders, LOI'y
Johnson is always ready to incite the team
and the spectators with enthusiasm. 5.
Cheerleaders end their season with a big
1. Karate takes discipline and mental con-
trol. 2. Touchdown, Saints! 3. Heidi Mick
spikes the ball for a crucial point. 4. Intense
concentration is shown by Steve Sanders as
he waits for the next play. 5. The exciting
senior center for the '79 Saints "shoots for
two". 6. The cheerleaders and their enthusi-
asm highlighted every game of the season.
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"Wherefore seeing we also are
compassed about with so great a
cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside
every weight, and the sin which
doth so easily beset us, and let us
run with patience the race that is
set before us." Hebrews 12:1.
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'VIy life xx as out of tune and happi-
ness eluded me.
My life was despondent missing
But then I met the Saviour and
received His gift of grace
And now my heart sings melody.
Jesus is my music Jesus is my
song I want to sing His praises all
I played with earthly toys and
emptiness frustrated me
My life was just a noise missing
Just then I met the Saviour and
saw His matchless face.
And now my life is a symphony.
Jesus is my music Jesus is my
song I want to sing His praises all
IESUS IS 'NIY MUSIC by Don Wyrtzen
9 Copyright 1977 by Singsptration Division
ofThe Zondervan Corporation. All rights re-
served. Used by permission.
1 'Vlrs Morgan sings to the Lord at the
Prayer and Praise Banquet 2 Dana Brvan
directs the Sunday morning congregational
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A Year of
Music, clear gospel music, means
so much to those at FBC. Special
concerts, and weekly musical hap-
penings alike are special events and
appreciated by the students and
1. Dave Brubaker uses his music to teach
scriptural principles while speaking to stu-
dents in chapel. 2. The Gospel Mountain
Boys present their Gospel Bluegrass music
at the Maranatha Roundup. 3. The Church
Choir leads us in worshipping the Lord with
theLr anthems. 4. Linda Bradstreet sings her
praises to the Lord with the Brotherly Love
singing group. 5. Ray Hart travels on tour
with Dr. Curtis Hutson and loves to sing of
God's love. 6. Eternity's Sue Holland sings
the reality of the Lord's coming in concert
before students at FBC.
Our qualified and capable Music
Faculty assists many students in
developing their musical abilities
and skills whether it be vocal or ln-
strumental. Music is taught with
the purpose of having quality music
to honor the Lord and minister to
others. Rev. Dana Bryan is the head
of our Music Department.
1. Dana Bryan, Head of the Music Depart-
ment, makes beautiful music with his co-
worker, accompanist, and wife, Pam. 2.
Renee Schiedt was with us flrst semester
teaching several music courses. 3. Mrs. Wal-
lace, Cheri Seeds, and Ruth Soehlman use
their musical abilities to teach others in the
area of Voice, Organ, and Piano. 4. Stan
Hayes is the Director of Concerts, and
teaches several music courses in both the
college and the christian school. 5. Dave
McNally and Mike Justice use their talent
and knowledge to train many students in
both Music Theory and in the playing of in-
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Various courses are offered in
guitar, brass, voice, and piano for
students wishing to take applied
music. Discipline and sacrifice are
requirements if polished tech-
niques are attained. The culmina-
tion of four years of lessons and
practice is a senior recital required
for graduation for all applied music
students. Hard work reaps bounti-
1. Piano lessons are a time ofpractical leam-
ing and spiritual application. 2. Debbie Hoyt
at her voice recital. 3. Vocal practice is a time
of conce ntrated work on technique and vocal
principles. 4. Learning guitar is very practi-
cal and can be used widely in the Lord's
work. 5. Sue Lindstrom's final recital is only
a beginning for her career as pianist for
Brotherly Love. 6. Brass Practice - very
necessary for the smooth sound that honors
Chapel specials provide a time of
encouragement for FBC each day of
the week. Drawing from our multi-
talented student body and staff we
hear a variety of music throughout
1. Larry Greenawalt's expert piano playing
and vibrant testimony blessed all who heard
his performance. 2. Ruth Odland visited
chapel and sweetly sang praise to the Lord,
while students listened intently. 3. Bobby
Futch expresses his desire for Christians to
serve the Lord, thru a very moving song about
Christ. 4. Terri Whitman, Linda Bradstreet,
Joan Hughes, Ginger McNally, and Sue
Lindstrom make harmony as the GLrl's Quar-
tet. 5. One of the little FBCS Angels. 6.
Rachel Deltne and the second grade pre-
sented a special 365 Days of Christmas a
year for us in chapel.
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1978-1979 Concert Schedule:
. . . .... Dave Brubaker
. . . .... Music Festival -
. . . .... Heaven Help the Home
. . . .... Choir Concert --
'gAn Old Fashioned Christmas"
. . . .... Music Festival -
. . . .... Choir Concert -
"It Took a Miraclea'
. . . .... Music Festival
. . . .... Choir Concert -
Concerts are a special time of
sharing Godls love and grace
through music. The main emphasis
is not on entertainment but on
bringing the lost to a college func-
tion where they will come under the
sound of the gospel.
This year the concert schedule in-
cluded a premiere of a musical and
guest appearances from various
well-known Christian recording ar-
l. The Freshman Quartet - John Dekruyter,
Dan Lamey, Jerry Lucia, Joe Twellman. 2.
Gary Ripple plays for the sophomore class
yearbook ad skit. 3. Don Wyrtzen blessed us
with his excellent mastery of the piano. 4.
Steve Boalt ministered to us greatly in the
first Fall Music Festival. 5. Dave Brubaker
sang for us ln Chapel and also gave a Friday
Bill Butterworth's musical on the
Christian home premiered in the
southeastern part of the country
right here at FBC. The message "hit
home" to adults and kids alike as
lyrics and dialogue portrayed the
state of the family today. Proper,
biblical solutions were presented
with simple, enjoyable songs.
Many of FBC,s own talented per-
sonnel participated in this event.
An appearance by recording artist
Christine Wyrtzen added to an al-
ready memorable evening.
1. What a treat to hear Christine Wyrtzen
performing her own compositions. 2. De-
pendable Dana Bryan organized the chil-
dren's choir. 3. The typical family was aptly
portrayed by the She1ton's. 4. An exciting
night of music with the composer. 5. In ap-
preciation for their team effort, Pres. Stan-
ford presents Bill and Rhonda with a plaque.
6. The record jacket from Heaven Help The
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Each year the FBC Concert Series
attracts people from all over the
Dade and Broward area. The con-
certs feature talented student mu-
sicians and singers and occasion-
ally a great artist.
There is music to please all ages
or tastes and even some humorous
skits to warm up the audience. Each
evening is devoted to praise and
thanksgiving to God.
The focal point however is the
gospel invitation given by the Pres-
ident or a faculty member. Literally
hundreds come to Christ each year
who attend concerts because their
hearts were prepared to receive the
message by the music of salvation.
1. Geared to contemporary tastes, Malachi,
is a solid favorite at each concert. 2. Kathy
Greenawalt, a guest artist, inspired the au-
dience to "Behold, the Man." 3. Always a
sure bet to warm up any audience is Brooks
Everett and his "Acme Soulwinning Doll." 4.
A beautiful voice belongs to soloist, Debbie
Hoyt. 5. It is exciting to see the Lord raise up
new music groups like Inheritance that are
concerned for souls. 6. The Kinsman Quar-
tet, a delightful blcnd of trained student vo-
"Malachi" in Hebrew means "My
Messenger." The focal message of
all history is, God's Matchless Love.
That message is presented with a
candid, unique approach by Mala-
6'Inheritance" tells of an offer
uincorruptible, and undeflled, and
that fadeth not away." These musi-
cians lovingly and diligently display
their talent to God's glory.
1. Auditoriuxns, high school assemblies,
Ranch rooms, and even a bandshell can be
places of opportunity for Malachi. 2. Creativ-
ity, harmony, and sometimes humor enhance
Malachfs meaningful songs. 3. Rev. Ron
VonBehren tours with Malachi giving the
gospel in high school programs. 4. Inheri-
tance reached out to touch lives in local
churches. 5. Skip Fengflsh, the director of
Inheritance, knows God as his strength and
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The members of the Kinsmen
Quartet are related by a bond much
stronger than their music. Christ
has united them in His family to
blend their voices in praise. The
balance of both male and female
voices is indeed a sweet melody to
those who listen.
Harmony is demonstrated by the
Concert Choir and Orchestra. This
unity is built through mutual prayer
for each other's needs. Working to-
gether in such large groups never
seems to be a problem for these
students who desire to praise the
Lord through music.
1. Excellent musicians must spend hours in
tedious practice. 2. Singing from the heart
presents no problem to the choir. 3. Practice
pays off and the Kinsmen ttop to bottomj
Keith Pesce, Cindy Kamrath, Bob Peters,
Cindy McCann, Janet Younger, and Dale
Gregory, are ready to perform. 4. Harmony,
skill, and dedication characterize the FBC
Full Time Groups
Travel for Christ
Not everyone can endure the
hardships tl1at members of travel-
ing music groups are expected to
handle. Thousands of miles, new
faces, and sometimes more than
one concert per day all add up to
great pressure and strain on each
Two groups travel for the Lord
and represent FBC on a full time
ETERNITY is a 17 member vocal
and brass ensemble directed by
Rev. Joe Alessi. The group enjoys a
world-wide ministry and has the re-
spect of the christian music com-
munity for their stand on the clear
BROTHERLY LOVE went on tour
in January. Their tour is scheduled
up the East Coast ministering in
churches and schools.
1. Eternity. 2. Brotherly Love members Bev
Barlow, Mason Hughes, and Terri Whitman
convey God's message through song. 3.
Butch and Joan Hughes direct the group and
consider the group as a family.
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Near to the heart of God are the
men who are at the helm of Florida
Bible College. These men of prayer
and meditation seeking to make
sure that the heartbeat of FBC is the
same as that of the Lord Jesus
Christ - souls.
The tremendous work load of ad-
ministrative duties is in addition to
roles as husbands, fathers, pastors,
and teachers. Only by God's grace,
hours of work, and a lot of personal
sacrifice can they keep FBC func-
All the glory and praise goes to
Jesus Christ for providing Florida
Bible College with her leaders,
President A. Lee Stanford and Vice
President Dr. Mark G. Cambron.
They are necessary. They are ap-
preciated. They are loved.
1. Making people feel at home in the FBC
family is something that our President does
well. 2. "That's our Pastorl", Rev. A. Lee
Stanford. 3. The word for Lee Stanford is
"approachable" He REALLY cares. 4. Dr.
Mark G. Cambron, beloved Vice President of
Florida Bible College. 5. Active in reaching
Jews for Christ, Rosalind Hendry, Terry Foy,
Dr. Cambron, and Mr. Max Mills compose
the staff of Seaside Mission.
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CAD As Dean of the College,
Rev. Mike Shaffer handles a mul-
titude of problems and makes
important decisions concerning
school policies. His greatest ability
lies in seeing things in their proper
perspective so that all options can
be considered before a decision is
reached. Mike is easy going, and
lovable which inspires respect from
students and colleagues. CBJ Rev.
Stan Ponz's position as Dean of
Men allows him many opportuni-
ties to counsel with students. Stan
is known for his wisdom in the prac-
tical application of scripture. He is
also responsible for seeing that
policies of conduct and standards
are maintained by the men at FBC.
QCD A most recent and welcome ad-
dition to F BC is Rev. Bill Woughter,
Assistant Dean of Men. Bill
works closely with the male dorm-
heads and teaches Dormhead Prac-
ticum. His organizational ability
helps in making the paperwork flow
smoothly. CDD Mrs. Sue Stanford
has held the position as Dean of
Women for many years. She views
the job as a means to serve the Lord,
FBC, and the students. Because of
Mrs. Stanford's contacts multi-
tudes of people have come to FBC
or now support it. She is truly an
example to all ofa godly woman. CED
Mrs. Connie Mitchell is a great
asset to FBC as Assistant Dean
of Women. Connie oversees the
women dormheads and stresses
proper, biblical attitudes to them in
Dormhead Practicum. She is sought
after as a counselor who is compas-
sionate but firm in applying the
scriptures. CFD Forms and curfew
sheets keep Mrs. Debbie Von Beh-
ren busy as Associate Dean of
Women. Debbie does counseling
too, because she wants to under-
stand the reasons behind violations
before any disicipline is adminis-
tered. Her discernment and in-
sights are invaluable in helping the
women at FBC.
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.. Rev. Ron Von Behren, the table tennis
rhamp, heads up the highly effective youth
ministries at FBC. 2. Music faculty member,
CAD Wilma J. Alessi, BA, BA.
This year Miss Alessi volunteers
her teaching expertise in eight
hours of college courses plus work-
ing as full-time secretary for Eter-
nity. In her personal counseling
with students, she seeks to point
out God's unfailing love and accep-
tance in Jesus Christ. CBD John C.
Beckham, BA. John Beckham
coaches the FBC Basketball team
and oversees the intramural sports
program. The main emphasis in
Coach Beckham's mind is hard,
competitive play on the court with
zealous, loving witness after the
game. CCD Robert L. Brookes,
BS, BA, ThB. From chapel an-
nouncements beginning with
"Seniors", Rev. Brookes excites
each graduating class with informa-
tion about that most important
event in May. As registrar and in-
structor, he keeps in close contact
with the students, meeting their
needs with Scripture. CDD J. Dana
Bryan, BA. Rev. Bryan inspires all
FBC to "make melody in their
hearts to the Lord." He also en-
courages students to build strong
prayer lives. CED Pamela J.
Bryan, BA, BA. Mrs. Pam Bryan
teaches many hours of private les-
sons to budding pianists. She
brings creativity and proficiency to
the keyboard and her playing is al-
ways a source of blessing to all. CFD
Gloria R. Busby. Mrs. Busby
faithfully donates many hours
teaching her Art classes to develop
their creativity. Her Philosophy of
Christian Womanhood class influ-
ences women to give themselves
wholly to the Lord. CGD Randolph
F. Busby. BS, BA, ThB, M. Div.
Rev. Busby lends invaluable lead-
ership as tl1e Financial Manager of
FBC. Through his classes on
prophecy he points out that
spiritual responsibilities are urgent
as the coming of Christ nears. CHD
William J. Butterworth, BA,
M.A.D. S. "The essence of life is to
live," is a phrase that characterizes
Rev. Bill Butterworth, as he en-
thusiastically pours himself into
every job he undertakes. His areas
of ministry include Academic Dean,
Conference speaker, songwriter,
teacher, and friend to many stu-
Stan Hayes, leads singing at Seaside Mis- dgntg,
sion. 3. The Hamilton family during the Pg0p1gf103
Christmas family chapel.
CAD Tom Davis, BA, ThB, M.
Div. As head ofthe Correspondence
School, Rev. Tom Davis sees that
clear, biblical teaching is made
available to those students outside
of FBC. Bible Study Methods equip
students to properly interpret and
apply God's Word to their daily
lives. CBD Paul Frick, BA. Mr. Paul
F rick who teaches Spanish, has the
benefit of years as a missionary to
Mexico to enhance his teaching. He
desires his class to learn correct
usage of the language in order to
fulfill the Great Commission. CCD
Guy Groff, BA, M. Div. Rev. Guy
Groff teaches his classes with an
emphasis on the students thinking
things through before coming to
conclusions. Under his direction,
the Pastoral Studies Dept. has im-
proved the quality of education
given to men desiring to serve in the
pastorate. CDD Dennis J. Gro-
leau. Mr. Dennis Groleau teaches
financial courses from the back-
ground of a successful busi-
nessman. He handles all the col-
lege's insurance needs. CED Hal M.
Haller, BA, BD, ThM. Rev. Hal
Haller is a main stay of the college
faculty. His Systematic Theology
class solidifles four years of knowl-
edge and Christian Home prepares
their hearts to live out the love of
Christ. CFD Marvin E. Hamilton,
BA, BA. Mr. Bud Hamilton uses
recreation and sports as a means to
minister. He is an authority on the
beliefs of various religions and is
often called upon by students to
present the clear gospel to cult
members. CGD A. Stanley Hayes,
BME. Conducting the Concert
Choir and producing each college
music festival are the responsibili-
ties of Mr. Stan Hayes. He seeks to
emphasize spiritual discipline
through rigorous musical training.
CHD Daniel W. Houmes, BS, BA.
Rev. Dan Houmes brings a growing
knowledge of psychology to the col-
lege curriculum. Besides doing ex-
tensive counseling with students
and faculty advisor of Momentum,
the new title of f'Father" will be
added to his list of duties.
1. Cheerful smiles brighten a visit to the
Dean's office. 2. Rev. Dana Bryan leads the
congregation in a gospel chorus. 3. Dan
Houmes separates Momentum money into
piles of fat nickels and thin dimes. 4. A famil-
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CAD JoAnn M. Hummel, BA.
Teaching that focuses on student
response characterizes Miss Hum-
mel's classes. She believes that by
passing on to others her passion for
teaching children the world will be
won. CBD Samuel F. lngrassia,
BA. Mr. Sam Ingrassia brings many
Christlike characteristics into his
Life of Christ class. He is known by
his students for his sensitive and
dramatic explanations of events in
the Gospels. CCD Michael Jus-
tice, BM. Music has its tech-
nicalities and the teaching of those
falls to Mr. Mike Justice. He
exhibits not only great musical tal-
ent but meticulous dedication in
teaching students to glorify the
Lord through music. CDD Jon L.
Koepke, BA. If it's printed, Jon
Koepke did the job. He displays
faithfuh1ess in coaching basketball
and teaching a PE Lab. CED Mari-
lyn L. Lashbrook, BA. Miss
Lashbrookls heart lies in reaching
children but she lives the impor-
tance of winning "souls of all sizesf,
She oversees all Bible clubs, edits
UPLOOK and administrates the
Christian Education dept. CFD
David R. lVIcNally, BA. Working
in the Music Dept., directing the or-
chestra, and leading a music group
keeps Dave McNally busy. He is
known for his tenderness to the
Lord. CGD Connie Z. Dlitehell,
BA, BS, M.Ed. Mrs. Connie Mitch-
ell maintains a full schedule keep-
ing up with her many duties. The
dormheads and girls alike ap-
preciate her love, concern, and dis-
cernment. CHD Ann Patterson,
BS, BA. Doing all things "decently
and in order" are of prime concern
to Mrs. Patterson, head librarian.
Her class, Library Science, teaches
students the basics of literature or-
1. Jennifer Shaffer and her dad, Mike, enjoy
the yearbook festivities during "All in the
family" night. 2. Is this our Dean of Men or is
this a scene from Happy Days? 3. John
Beckham led a group of students to Holiday
Park for a fruitful morning of soul winningg
here John explains to a curious young child
the plan of salvation.
People! 1 07
CAD Stanley R. Ponz, BA, M.
Div., D. Min. As Dean of Men, Rev.
Stan Ponz serves as spiritual
caretaker of the college men. His
enthusiastic presentation of the
New Testament epistles makes him
an enjoyable instructor. CBD Renee
Seheidt, BA. Mrs. Renee Scheidt
seeks to make her classes as chal-
lenging as possible. Her students
appreciate her hard Work in prepa-
ration and reciprocate by hours of
diligent practice. CCD Cheryl L.
Seeds, BA. Full of talent and
energy, Miss Cheri Seeds is an
asset to the Christian Education
department. Her classes cover the
creative aspects of children's work
- arts, writing, and handcrafts. CDD
Michael D. Shaffer, M. Div., D.
Min., Dean of the College. Rev.
Mike Shaffer is a guiding force in
the Student body. He has the un-
common ability to see things in
perspective enabling him to handle
delicate situations. CED James 0.
Sheffield, BA, ThB. Rev. Jimmy
Sheffield loves people and through
his efforts Florida Bible Church has
greatly increased in numbers. He
also loves his students and displays
it both in and out of class. CFD Ken-
neth Shelton, BA. Without the
"know-how" of Rev. Ken Shelton
the Word of God might never
"sound out" from FBC. His depend-
ability coupled with a servant's
heart make him a solid man behind
the scenes. CGD Ruth Soehlman.
Mrs. Ruth Soehlman lends her
piano expertise to those Wishing to
glorify Christ through music. Her
musical talent and sweet spirit are a
blessing to all. CHD A. Lee Stan-
ford, BA, ThM. To lead a body of
people 500 strong, a man must have
a shephard's heart. With a compas-
sion that does "make a difference,"
our beloved Pastor and President
clings to the Lord Jesus Christ as he
guides the direction of FBC.
1. "These freshmen get smaller every year,"
comments Connie Mitchell holding her
niece, Becky. 2. Faculty and students alike
are blessed by Dr. Cambron's Wisdom and
knowledge of the scriptures. 3. Bud Hamil-
ton participates in running a torch on a 22
mile course to "spark" the yearbook ac-
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CAD K. Sue Stanford. Mrs.
Stanford remains FBC's greatest
11atural resource of energy and en-
couragement. She never tires of
serving or loving others and plays a
vital role in the operation ofthe col-
lege. CBJ Rev. Ron Von Bclnrcn,
BA, ThlNI. Teaching is the greatest
love in Rev. Ron V011 Behreuls life
and he imparts Biblical knowledge
with great skill. CCD Williunn
Woughter, BS, BA. The interests
and the talents of Rev. Bill Wough-
ter are as varied as computers are
from church organs but he handles
both with established ease. This is
his first year as Assistant Dean of
Men and already it is evident how
much FBC has gained. CDD K. Law-
son Younger, Jr., BA, Th.B. Rev.
Younger is a capable Hdefender of
the faith" but one who deals with
difficult doctrines instead of trying
to explain them away. This year he
becomes FBC's new baseball coach
in addition to a heavy teaching as-
1. Bill Woughter, father of3 children, smiles
as he relates some Hfamily history" in chapel.
2. A '78 graduate 0fFBC, Susie Scarborough
uses her gifts ofsensitivity and caring as See-
retary to the Dean of Men. 3. Nanci Colussy
and Ginger McNally share the responsibili-
ties in the Dean ofWomen's Office while both
are enrolled in classes. 4. Denise Cram is
grateful for the help volunteered by Mrs.
Elinor Dulcy. Together they handle secreta-
rial duties for the Dean ofthe College and the
Aeade mic Dean.
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1. Alumni Association, Rev. Graham H.
Bell and secretary Vilma Keane. 2. Stuff-
E-Nnff Shop, Mrs. Gloria Busby, manager,
with Cr. to l.J Becky Kirkley and Cindy
Boulineau, stafif 3. Records 0l'fice, Rev.
Bob Brookes, Registrar, Stephanie Del
Sardo, secretary to thc Registrar, Susan
Winton, Cindy Pratt, and Joyce Metzler. 4.
Bookstore, Mrs. Corabel Stirman Csecond
rightj manager, Cleft to rightl Charlene Gor-
don, Brenda O'Brien, Kees Boer, Mrs. Van-
derworker, Doreen Gairns, Rose Ann Gen-
try, Mrs. Bolton, Pam Fengilsh, and Yutaka
Ikeda. 5. Secnrity,Jim Buchanan fseatedj,
ChiefofSecurityg fleft to rightl Lisa Clayton,
Kathy Wagner, Joanne Vogel, Cindy Kam-
rath, Jocelyn Keblinger, and Mimi Crane.
CLeft to rightj Bob Kimball, Tom Smoyer,
Bobby Futch, Chet Bloom, Charles Parker,
Jeff Mathis, and Al Monger. 6. Business
Dffice, Rev. Randy Busby, Financial Man-
agerg Rae Rocamora, Payroll, Debra
McGee, Work Scholarship, Marcia Best,
Business Office Manager, Ctop, l. to r.J Bill
Burcher, Mary Shaddinger, Joyce Robber-
son. fBottom, l. to r.J Judy Rodke, Crystal
Dragula, Jocelyn Keblinger, and Denise Ar-
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1, Snack Shop, ftop, left to rightj Sherry
Buerkle, Cindy McCann, Connie Mitchell,
manager, Laura Treadway, Kat Conley,
Elaine Clark, Donna Daly, Shari Stauffer,
Julie Gillam, and Martha Barr. fBottom, l. to
r.j Kathy Dinkela, Ginger McNally, Sharon
Ford, Kim Schweitzer, Sue Gilmore, Dale
Butterworth, Emiko Matsuoka, Debbie
Wood, Jan Steen, and Chris Herrin. 2.
Maintenance, Jim Fisher, Maintenance
Chief, Cseated, front to backj Mary Sanders,
Linen Dept. Josie Cordle, Diana Montoto,
John Swaney, John Musser, Thaddeus Dra-
gula, Tom Laney, Skip Fengfish, Ray
Leonard, Dan Dellinger, Chris Hundley,
Feliciano Hernandez, Tim Baldwin, Stu
Symonds, Doris Call, sec. to Maintenance
Dept.: Dave Miller, Paul Anderson, Paul
Benevides, Johnny Flores, Ellen Grove,
John Arcand, Burt Marshall fstandingj Tim
Pollard, and Victor Morillo. 3. Carol Ponz,
Assistant Manager of the Saints Soda Shop.
4. Pappy Patterson volunteers as a vital part
of the Maintenance Dept. 5. The grounds of
FBC are kept beautiful by Mr. Rabe and a
staff of student workers.
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rish, C'mnptroller, Barbara IT.-Xgostino and A 1 V 3
Farul lloehn, assistants to the Clmnptroller.
2, Secretarial Pool, Nlrs. Louise
Ilaelcney, lIl21IliigCl'Q Mrs. Connie Lulli,
Joanne White, Karen flater, seeretarie-x 3.
Library. Nlrs. Ann Patterson, Ileacl Librar-
ian, Mrs. Betty Wallace, Head Librariang
lleft to rightj liclna Pagels, Joan Marshall,
and Anne Fisher. 4. Mr. Angie Masi and his
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1. Kitchen, Heston Owens, managerg Lor-
raine Earl, Joyce Weber, Ira Rosenberg,
Louis Robson, Dawna Davis, Ken Swehla,
Curtis Bowden, Debbie Hill, Cheryl Camer-
ino, Musa Andres, and Ben Koriyama. 2.
Literature and Missions, Mr. Norman
Bolles, Literature Dept. Headg Mrs. Mar-
garet Bolles, Missions Secretary. 3. Bar-
bershop, Mr. George Mehne, FBC Barber.
4. Printing Dept, Rev. Jon L. Koepke,
Print Shop Managerg Tom Freeman, Gary
Ripple, and Donna McCann, secretary. Not
pictured: JefT5IcCann, and Paul Goodnight.
5. Tape Ministry. Rev. Ken Shelton, Dept.
Headg Carol Shelton, Sec. to Tape Ministryp
Earl Tallman, John Chilcote, Tak Ashida,
and Keith Newhard.
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Realizing from the outset that
students are best known by their
peers, an active Student Govern-
ment was instituted by FBC. Con-
sisting of 16 members including
men and women from each class,
the Student Government maintains
an active role in college life. The
organization is headed by a faculty
adviser and Student Body officers
selected from the Senior class.
Treasurer - Dlarian Zielin-
ski was this year's Student Gov-
ernment treasurer. Balancing the
checkbooks and College Shop ac-
counts was not an easy task but Ma-
rian looked beyond the ledger
sheets to see her ministry as reach-
ing out to people around her.
President - This year Tony
lngrassia was appointed to the of-
ilce of Student Body President. His
job consists of bringing the feelings,
thoughts, and wishes of the stu-
dents before the Administration.
Tony is present at faculty meetings
and is called upon to voice his
suggestions on various decisions.
Much trust is put in Tony by those in
Vice President - John Ave-
rill served as Vice President of
Student Government. His job as-
sisting Tony should not be under-
estimated. John put many hours
into running the College Shop from
which Student Government sup-
plies sports apparel to the students.
Secretary - The duties of Stu-
dent Body secretary belonged to
Natalie Petty. A source of encour-
agement and creativity to the presi-
dent and vice president, Natalie's
main ministry was in disciplining
the other women in student gov-
ernment. She 'also kept up all the
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Cathy Albert Dick Altman John Averill
Bill Ballentine Chuck Birch Teri Blevins
Joel Boyd Micky Boulinean Gwen Brooks
A grateful attitude pervaded the
Senior Class this year. As gradua-
tion loomed closer, Seniors re-
flected back on all the ways they had
been led to maturity in their four
years at FBC.
Catherine P. Albert
San Antonio, TX Ps. 71:14
Richard E. Altman
Pompano Beach, FL Heb. 4:12
John M. Averill
Langhorne, PA Is. 26:3, 4
William J. Ballentine
Clearwater, FL Gen. 1:1 - Rev.
Charles W. Birch
Canton, NC John 3:16
Teri L. Blevins
Tampa, FL Ps. 27:14
Joel G. Boyd
St. Louis, MO I Cor. 15:54
William Y. Boulineau
N. Myrtle Beach, NC Phil. 2:3
Gwen L. Brooks
San Antonio, TX Pr. 14:26
1. Senior class officers Cleft to rightj Jocelyn
Keblinger - secretary, Mickey Boulineau -
president, Sue Pinard - treasurer, and
Wayne Taylor - vice president. 2. Connie
Mitchell helps Joe Ballentine schedule his
final semester of classes.
Robert L. Brooks
C1lZ111ll1l0OCl'lCC, FL Ps. 33:20, 21
Ilnson, LA Phil. 3:10
William A. Brown
llcvinc, TX Rom. l2:1, 2
William E. Bureher
Plantation, FL Pr. 30:7-9
Palm Beach Gardcns, FL I Cor.
David R. Byrnes
Yardley, PA Roni. 11:33-36
Bruce D. Campbell
St, Petersburg, FL Ps. 68: 19
Richard J. Carlton
l'nion City, TN Rom. 13:10
Jeannette M. Carr
Doylcstown, PA Eph. 1:11-12
Harry W. Clark
Warrington, PA Gal. 2:20
Nanci L. Colussy
Ilridgcvillc, PA Rom. 8:38, 39
Denise A. Cram
Atlanta, GA 1 Cllr. 16:11, 12
Plargaret DI. Crane
San Antonio, TX Phil. 1:20, 21
Linwood D. Daffin
Dade City, FL Lam. 3:22, 23
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gins. 2. Enjoying thc Sunday School Carnival
arc Skip C'au:-zby and son and Gary Dcvinc.
Robert Brooks Liz Broussard William Brown
Bill Burcher Diane Burnett Dave Byrnes
At 7 o'clock Saturday mornings,
Cindy Kamrath sits at the front
desk for another full day as part of
the Security department. On Fri-
days at 8 a. m. she is sitting in the
back of the Ocean Terrace attend-
ing Dormhead Practicum. Cindy
looks upon these two positions she
fulfills as especially rewarding for
Cindy keeps a hectic schedule but
coming from the Bahamian school
system she is no stranger to hard
work. She can carry a rigorous aca-
demic load very well which makes
her a good student. The ability to
handle a tough schedule breeds its
own problems. One problem is that
of setting priorities. Cindy found
that the word "No" needed to be
used more frequently in her vocabu-
lary so she could fulfill her respon-
sibilities to the Lord.
A priority in Cindy's life is music.
Practice takes long hours and
through it the Lord has taught her
Cindy's real strength is in assist-
ing those in leadership. She finds
satisfaction in helping things run
smoothly at FBC.
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Bruce Campbell Richard Carlton Jeanette Carr Harry Clark
W Nanci Colussy Denise Cram Blind Crane Dale Dalfin
Lucy Davila John Debronsky Dan Dellinger Lynn Dempsey
Gary Devine Phil Dodd Greg Drobney Randy Eckstein
An alumnus ofthe original South-
ampton Youth Ranch almost from
its inception, Barb Lang has been
involved in both Jr. High Ranch
work and Kidis Bible clubs. This
semester she will be a dormhead.
Barb points to a verse specifically
to illustrate the balance she feels is
so necessary in serving the Lord. . .
L'Needing people but depending on
the Lord . . .',
That lesson has been a four year
process. By observing those around
her, Barb has come to appreciate
the value of learning from the vic-
tories and the mistakes of others.
Facing graduation, Barb has no
definite location in mind but in her
heart is a real desire to minister
through music. More than singing
in a choir, she would like to write
music of her own. Right now, in fact,
she finds enjoyment in writing
poems which could be future lyric
John Eshleman Bernie Farese
Mlyo Fujita Rose Ann Gentry Linda Gilbert
McAllen, TX Col. 2:6, 7, 10
John S. Debronsky
Hollywood, FL Eph. 2:8, 9
Daniel B. Dellinger
Denver, CO Ps. 73:25
Lynn M. Dempsey
Pompano, FL Ps. 37:4-9
Gary R. Devine
Lindenwold, NJ Rom. 12:9-15
Phillip K. Dodd
Spartanburg, SC Ps. l19:l3O
Gregory P. Drobney
Steamboat Springs, CO John 3:16
Randall J. Eckstein
St. Leon, IN Rom. 8:38, 39
Randy K. Elman
Ft. Lauderdale, FL I Thess. 2:4
John S. Eshleman
Moravia, NY Luke 14:23
Bernie P. Farese
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Rev. 19:6
Osaka, Japan I Th. 5:18
Rose Ann Gentry
Harrison, TN Ps. 73:28
Linda B. Gilbert
Frederic, MI Ps. 48:14
1. Victorious seniors Dan Dellinger, Ed Gon-
zalez, and Bruce Campbell cheer for their
team. This year the senior class walked away
champions of the Ad Sale Campaign and the
class team competition.
Julia A. Gillam
Miami, FL Ps. 1:1-3
McAllen, TX Isa. 26:55, 4
Hope M. Grant
Clearwater, FL I Cor. 4:2
Scott A. Grant
Clearwater, FL Josh. 24:15
John E. Gronberg
Endicott, NY I Cor. 1:26-31
Tegucigalpa, Honduras Eph. 1:3
Faith R. Hansen
Donna, TX Col. 1:9-11
Carol A. Hoehn
St. Louis, BIO Gal. 2:20, 21
Myra L. Holsclaw
Atlanta, GA Pr. 3:5, 6
Janet A. Hood
Warminster, PA Ps. 34:1
Ronald E. Hughes
Atlanta, GA Heb. l2:1, 2
Itogawa, Japan II Cor. 5:15
St. Louis, BIO Gal. 2:20
Candy L. Jones
Bliaxni, FL Phil. 4:19
1. Findy Nlcllaniel, Sue Pinard, Barb Lang,
Caudyulones, Nllllll Crane, and Jocelyn Keb-
linger are "little rascals" when it comes to
performing in Chapel. 2. "Are you sure this is
what it means to be a fool for Christ?" Don
Price is willing to be the human target to
teach kids at the Sunday School Carnival.
Julie Gillam Eddie Gonzalez Hope Grant
Scott Grant John Gronherg Nelson Guerra
Foreign students hold a special place at
FBC and Miyo Fuiita is no exception.
Miyo has been here working diligently tn
the kitchen for four years. She was the first of
six students to come from Japan and the fact
that more Japanese are coming here to study
God's Word excites Miyo.
Intimate daily devotions, sharing with
other Christians, and self-discipline are
three main things that Miyo has learned. She
believes that these factors have helped her
gain the maximum from her education.
Looking ahead, Miyo plans on returning to
Japan. A place for full time work with her
home church is available. The areas of ser-
vice include a Ladies' Bible Study and also
Miyo is not one to sit by and wait for her
diploma. Presently she is teaching a Sunday
School class and gathering materials for
In Miyo's words, "I did not think I could
make it here at FBC but the Lord has taken
care of me. The Lord is wonderful."
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Carol lloelnn Myra llolsclaw Janet Hood
Ronnie Hughes Yutaka Ikeda Tony lngrassia Candy Jones
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Ed Jurewicz Cindy liamrath Jocelyn Keblinger
Phil Kounnas Barb Long Jan Landcs Sue Lindstrom
Bob Logan Joan Marshall Dave McGee
Dave 7lcXall1 Ed Plorgan Jerri Plorningrcd
Ed Jurewlcz accepted Christ as
his Saviour back in June of 1974.
Looking back through four years of
Bible college and seeing the Pas-
torate in the future, Ed clearly sees
God's working hand in his life.
A life in search of something more
seemed to always end with various
disappointments. Joining a popular
religion sidetracked him to an un-
fulfilling dead end. However, a
friend invited Ed to attend a high
school youth group. The meeting
designed to teach God,s Word
seemed much more interesting and
honest than his past encounters.
The North Dade Senior High Ranch
is the place where Ed finally had his
search for truth end.
Ed C. Jurewicz
Hollywood, FL Phil. 1:20
Cindy PI. Kamrath
Nassau, Bahamas Ps. 34:8
Jocelyn C. Keblinger
Pompano, FL Ps. 143:8, 10
Diane K. Knauss
Kirkland, IL Ps. 19:14
Phil G. Kounnas
Crum Lynne, PA Gal. 2:20
Barbara A. Lang
Warminster, PA Rom. 8:38, 39
Janice A. Landes
Plumsteadville, PA H Peter 3:18
Susan I. Lindstrom
Royal Oak, MI Heb. 13:15, 16
Robert E. Logan
Pharr, TX I Cor. 10:31-33
Joan A. MRPSDRH
Titusville, FL Prov. 3: 5, 6
David L. McGee
Charlotte, NC Phil. 3:9
David R. lVlcNally
Doylestown, PA Gal. 2:20
Frank E. Morgan III
Atlanta, GA Mic. 7:8
Jerri L. Morningred
Quakertown, PA Ps. l4:3, 8, 10
1. Ed Morgan runs with a Torch down Hol-
lywood Blvd. symbolizing the spreading of
the gospel through the city as a result of
FBC locating their campus here back eight
years ago. 2. Senior Mimi Crane excited over
upcoming graduation shares special things
with a friend.
Svend 0. Olsen
Oslo, Norway Isa. 40:31
David H. Peterson
Lund O'Lulccs, FL 11 Chron. 16:9
Natalie A. Petty
Baton Rouge, LA Ps. 27:8
Susan E. Pinard
Pinellas Park, FL Ps. 100:3
Donald E. Price
Chalfont, PA Pr. 11:3
llenry E. Robberson
Victoria, '1'X Phil. 2: 16
Cynthia L. Sandford
Jcuscu Bch., FL Ps. 94:19
Dlark C. Sell
St. Louis, MO Ps. 125:1
Shelley R. Sherer
Sam Juan, TX Ps. 27:4
Bruce A. Sinclair
Charlotte, NC Ps. 16: 11
Ruth H. Soehlman
Clearwater, FL Ps. 40:3
Wayne R. Taylor
Doylcstown, PA Xa. 1:7
Patricia A. Tyrcha
Ft. Lauidcrdulc, FL I Cor. 15: 10
Elizabeth P. Vadney
Puebla, Nlcxico Ps. 34:3
Robert V. Vadney
Puebla, Mexico Gal. 6: 10
James S. Walker
Ft. Luuclcrdulc, FL I Cor. 15:10
Ted N. lwiittington
Pompano, FL Phil. 1:21
Dlary L. Williams
Key Largo, FL Josh. 1:9
Dlarian E. Zielinski
Pcttsburgh, PA Phil. 3:9-10
1. Stun und Ruth Soclilmzui serve thc Lord
together through music. 2. 'ltlic olrl iuuicl so-
cicty visits cliupcl in u vcry unique Blomcu-
Sveud Olson Dave Peterson Natalie Petty
Sue Pinard Don Price Squally Robberson
Cindy Sandford Vlark Sell Shellv Slnerer Bruce Sinclair
Ruth Soelnlmau Wavne Tzu lor Pal Tircha Elizabeth ladnev
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Laurie Bennett Kees Boer Cricket Bawden
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Joy of the Lord
This year's Junior class has ex-
hibited a rare quality of unity and
love. Juinior class dinners designed
for fun and togetherness have
strengthened the entire class. Jo-
viality with a sense of responsibility
are hallmarks of the Junior class as
they look forward to their senior
year at F. B.C.
Steven M. Adams
Lawrenceburg, IN Phil. 4:19
Sherri L. Albury
Hialeah, FL Ja. 1:22-25
Emilia E. Andres
Hollywood, FL Jer. 9:23, 24
John R. Banner
Houston, TX Rom. 15:4
Paul A. Benevides
Southampton, Bermuda Ps.
Hapeville, GA Heb. 12:2
Kees J. Boer
Bleiswijk, Holland Phil. 1:12
Curtis W. Bowden
Atlanta, GA I Cor. 9:24
Linda S. Bradstreet
Pompton Plains, NJ I Peter 5:7
Melanie A. Brigant
Sterling Heights, MI Rom. 38-39
Stephen A. Bruni
Yardley, PA Ps. 119
Dale M. Butterworth
Southampton, PA Ps. 27:14
Junior Class officers are: Cleft to rightj Kurt
Robinson - president, Debbie Hoyt -
treasurer, Sue Gilmore - secretary, and
Dan Giartelli - vice president. 1. K'C'mon,
John, you can whistle through that mouthful
of peanut butter crackers!"
People! 1 30
Lisa E. Calvert
Atlanta, GA Ps. 91:2
David W. Camp
Fast Point, GA Ps. 16:11
Vernon E. Clark
Nassau, Bahamas Ps. 46:1
Thomas W. Cobaugh
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Ps. 62:8
Nicholas J. Corrado
IIollywood, FL Prov. 3:5, 6
Steve L. Crane
St. Petersburg, FL Ps. 150:6
Donna L. Davanzo
Hollywood, FL Ps. 35:9
Thaddeus E. Dragula
Boynton Beach, FL Isa. 40:31
Lorraine R. Earl
Weslaco, TX Rom. 10: 14, 15
Sharon A. Elman
Ft. Lauderdale, FL James 1:2,
James G. Farmer
Florissant, MO I Cor. 2:9
Pamela L. Fengfish
Tampa, FL Zeph. 3: 17
York, PA Jer. 33:3
Paul D. Fiore
Hollywood, FL II Cor. 5: 17
Sharon L. Ford
Newton, PA Ps. 19: 14
Terry A. Foy
NIorgantown, IN Ueut. 4:9
Miami, FL Gal. 6:9-10
Susan E. Gilmore
Fcastcrville, PA Ifph. 3: 18-20
Debra L. Hill
Tampa, FL I Tint. 6:6
East Norwalk, CT Phil. 1:20,
Robert D. Jackson
Arvada, CO I Tim. 4: 12
Bobby D. Johnson
Miami, FL Rom. 12:1, 2
John C. Junstrom
Bliraxnar, FL Mark 11:24
Donald P. Krahmer
Lena, IL Ps. 16:8
Dlichael P. Leigh
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Heb. 12:2
Gertrude G. Leonard
Kasilot, AK Isa. 55:10, 11
Ray M. Leonard
Kasilof, AK I Jn. 5: 13
Judith T. Lund
Springfield, MA Deut. 4:39
Jeffrey S. McCann
Atlanta, GA Prov. 3:5,6
Deana S. McDonald
Miami, FL Ps. 27:4
What is special to you about
Memories are special to me here.
When I first came to FBC I knew
absolutely nothing about the Bible.
I appreciate the growth that has
been brought about by FBC, I also
enjoy the fellowship with students
and teachers. -
What keeps you coming back
The manner in which the Word of
God is expounded and taught keeps
me coming back to FBC. Truths are
put in concise terms here and bro-
ken down to their siniplest terms. I
recognize that the knowledge I am
receiving here is going to be the
basic tool for service in the future
Lisa Calvert Dave Camp Vernon Clark Tom Cobalt
Jim Farmer Pam Fengfish Skip Fengfish Paul Fior
Don Jackson Bobby Johnson John Jnnstrom Don Krahm
Corrado Steve Crane Donna Davanzo Ted Dragula Lorraine Earl Sharon Elman
Ford Terry Foy Dan Giaritelli Sue Gilmore Debbie Hill Debbie lloyt
Leigh Trudy Leonard Ray Leonard Judy Lund Jeff McCann Deana McDonald
Stabile Frank Steele Cindy Stephens Lynn Strawser
Symonds Chris Thomason Ken Van Brunt Mark Walbert
Waldrip Tom Ward JoAnne White Bill Wintenburg
What is special to you about
The people and the purpose are
two things that are special to me.
The people here are great while
their purpose of winning souls is
What keeps you coming back
The things I'm learning and the
atmosphere. Among the students
there is a bond of love, care, and
What does loyalty mean to
Being able to help or encourage
and give a hand to whatever is
needed is my view of loyalty.
Linda S. Plclllorris
Hollywood, FL Josh. 1:5b
Alex W. Michelson
Doylestown, PA Jn. 15:5
David K. Dliller
Valrico, FL Isa. 61:1-3
Warminster, PA II Cor. 4:16
Daniel L. Newhard
Townville, PA Ps. 75:4-7
John J. 0'Brien
Edison, NJ Rom. 8:28
Robert C. Peters
Union, NJ Ps. 1:1-3
Debby J. Peterson
Duluth, MN Isa. 26:3
Cindy W. Pratt
Green Lane, PA Ps. 28:19
Russell W. Pratt
New Port, Richey, FL Ps. 1 :l-3
Dana L. Riccio
Norwalk, CT Gal. 6:14
St. Petersburg, FL Josh. 1:7
Kurt A. Robinson
Pontiac, MI Ps. 37:31
Kim K. Schweitzer
Tampa, FL Deut. 8:2
Mark T. Schweitzer
Devine, TX Phil. 4:13
Mary A. Shaddinger
Pembroke Pines, FL Ti. 2:11
John J. Sherman
Melbourne, FL Phil. 1:6
Guy C. Simpson
Turnersville, NJ Ps. 100
Miami, FL I Sam. 12:24
Frank A. Steele
Pharr, TX Rom. 5:8-9
Cynthia C. Stephens
Charlotte, NC Lam. 3:22, 23
Lynette M. Strawser
Hollywood, FL Mt. 5:16
'Stuart R. Symonds
Opalocka, FL Mt. 6:33
Christine L. Thomason
St. Louis, MO Ps. 138:8
Kenneth M. Van Brunt
Hallandale, FL Col. 2:13-14
Mark A. Walbert
Manitowoc, WI I Thes. 2:4
Debra J. Waldrip
Bloomington, IN Deut. 4:9
Thomas A. Ward
Clark, NJ Rom. 10:13-15
Joanne L. White
Pinellas Park, FL Ps. 40:5
William G. Wintenburg
Tallahassee, FL Mic. 6:8
Pt opls. X139
Janet L. Younger
Richmond, VA II Cor. 5:14, 15
folumbia, SC Ps. ll9:7
Jose C. Zirena
Lima, I'eru Iiph. 1:6
Starkville, BIS.1ob 1:21-22
Columbus, OII Ifzra 7:10 Nell. 8:8
'llurnersvillc, XJ Ps. 19:14
Roger S. Hansen
Houston, TX Lk. 1:37
Salisbury, NC Prov. 3:5, 6
Ilazelwood, NC Gal. 2:20
Ilazelwood, XC Mt. 6:33
Laura L. Dnzahwah
ll2l1'l'1lll, OK I's. 143:8
Dallas, TX Phil. 3:7-9
Sarah R. Steele
Iflsa, 'IX I for. 10: 13
Debra Rl. Wood
Montreal, Canada I Sam. 12:24
l. FI3C's own answer to Julie Andrews, Sue
Gilmore, leads the Von Trapp ehildrcn in a
song during the memorable "Sound of Ad"
skit. 2. Sharon Ford, is it really you who
authors those Blomentum skits? 3. Kathy
Dinkela makes a happy looking hillbilly. 4.
nwhat do you mean did I study for this test?"
asks Dale Butterworth, 5. Dick LaPine
comes from a long line of brothers and Hsis-
tcr" who have attended FBC.
Janet Younger Patti Younger Jose Zirena
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Roger Hansen Debbie Hartley Bev Messer Pam Messe
Laura Dnzahwah Mark Piland Sarah Steele Debbie Woe
What keeps you coming back
Three things keep me coming
back to school. First, there are good
teachers. Secondly, the emphasis
on application. Ministries allow the
chance to experience God's Word.
Thirdly, the students encourage me
when I see the grace of God working
in their lives.
What is special to you about
The clarity of the gospel is the
most important thing in my mind.
There is an emphasis on knowing
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Anarnma Neal Arcand Tim Baldwin Gretchen Barbetta
Barrett Glenda Blom Chet Bloom Bill Bradshaw
Brice Betty Brigant Evan Burrows Cheryl Camerino
Total involvement requires hard
working, dedicated people and this
year the Sophomore class is full of
such individuals. From the four
class officers on down, these second
year students have displayed a real
willingness to serve using their var-
ied talents in doing so.
The literal meaning of the word,
sophomore, is "wise fool" and that
description is accurate! A combina-
tion ofbiblicfll wisdom and the will-
ingness to be "fools for Christw if
need be make the 1979 Sophomore
an unforgettable one.
Rick D. Anaruma
Hawthorne, CA Col. 3:1-3
Neal J. Arcand
Tampa, FLL Ps. 34:1
Timothy S. Baldwin
Gretchen E. Barbetta
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Ps. 62:5
Sandra L. Barrett
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Is. 40:31
Glenda S. Blom
Houston, TX Josh. 1:8
Chester L. Bloom
Gettysburg, PA Ro. 8:28
William J. Bradshaw
Tampa, FL Eph. 2:8, 9
Robert L. Brice
Tampa, FL H Cor. 5:14, 15
Elizabeth K. Brigant
Sterling Hts., MI Ps. 62:5-8
Stanley E. Burrows
Nassau, Bahamas Ps. 16: 11
Cheryl K. Camerino
Plantation, FL Is. 41:13
Sophomore class officers are tstanding, left
to rlghtl Charlie Lowery - president, Char-
lene Gordon - treasurer, Terry Mays - vice
president, and Celeste Sasser - secretary.
1. Fans go wild as Elvis tllob Petersl lives
again in a chapel special.
John P. Cardamone
Norwalk, CT Rom. 10:17
Scott R. Carson
Pharr, TX Jn. 3:16
Adlore V. Clarambeau
Flint, BII Rom. 8:28
Seminole, FL II Cor. 9:8
Blanche W. Cockburn
Castleton, VT Ps. 37:5
George W. Cockburn
Atlanta, GA Phil. 4:7
Kathy A. Conley
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Rom. 12:1-2
Lamar ll. Crammer
Bridgcton, NJ Rom. 10:17
Ray P. Cruzan
Tampa, FL Prov. 3:5, 6
Donna L. Daly
Iloylcstown, PA I Sain. 12:24
Kathy A. Dinkela
St. flllZlI'lCS, AIU Ps. 3
Victoria L. Evans
North Miami Beach, FL Isa. 41:
Brooks E. Everett
Dunedin, FL Acts 5:41, 42
Robert D. Farnham
Edina, BIN Jas. 1:9
Anne R. Eisher
St. Louis, BIO I Pct. 4:11
Bobby S. Futch
Savauuali, GA I Cor. 15:58
Perry K. Gerken
Ilollywood, FL Jn. 15: 13
Charlene E. Gordon
Nliami, FL I Pct. 4: 1 1
Dale G. Gregory
Nliaiui, FL Zeph. 3: 17
Arlin B. Gully
NIcAl1cn, TX Jn. 15:13
Daniel L. Hagmaier
Union City, PA Isa. 26:3
Keith W. Harris
Uoylcstown, PA I Sam. 12:24
Dorothy A. Hayes
lVarriugton, PA Mt. 11:28-30
Randy DI. Hines
Tampa, FL I Th. 2:4
Robert J. Holthouse
Kalamazoo, MI Jn. 3:16
Joseph A. Hummel
Clearwater, FL Eph. 3:20
Chris A. Hundley
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Col. 2:6
Christina DI. Jelly
Sarasota, FL Isa. 55:8, 9
Lory J. Johnson
Edgewater, BID Ps. 62:5
Richard G. Jones
Houston, TX Ps. 103:10
What keeps you coming bac
I know there are several placf
where I could be serving the Lor
But FBC is the place that God h:
chosen for me. I am learning 1
much from so many qualified peop
in both the college and church.
What is special to you abou
Two things stand out to me a
being special about this plac
First, is the dedication and compa
sion of the faculty and staff The lo
ing, faithful leadership of our Pa
tor and President, Lee Stanford,
the other factor that makes FBC s
special to rne.
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John Cardamone Scott Carson Adlore Clarambeau Elaine Cla
Kathy Dinkela Vicky Evans Brooks Everett Bob Fax-nl
Dan llagmaier Keith Harris Dottie Hayes Randy Hin
r 'V 1 X f I
Jan Jully John Keane llob Kimball Janelle Lal'ine Renee
Lila Lawson Walter Leonard Charlie Lowery Tgql Muphig Tim Planley Plario
Terry Plays Nancy Pleflniggan lleidi Flick Don Mitchell Frank Mullen Plary Overd
narlie Parker Rich Pasquarello Keith Pesce Tim Pollard
Cindy Pratt 1 Dean Pratt Ralph Pratt Jeff Prodoehl
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Gene Rayle in Bill Robbins Nancy Roberts Mike Root'
What is special to you about
FBC is special to me for two im-
portant reasons. It is here that I
have learned and understood how to
communicate the clear Gospel with
simplicity. I have also learned how
to not only study God's word but
how to apply it to my life.
What does loyalty mean to
Loyalty means to trust and to
show that faith by supporting that in
which you believe. Loyalty means
being faithful to the very end. Like
love, loyalty should "bear, believe
and endure all thingsf,
Samuel C. Jones
Tampa, FL Phil. 4:13
Jan L. Judy
Spartanburg, SC Zeph. 3: 17
John C. Keane
Kingston, Jamaica I Th. 5:23
Robert J. Kimball
Miami, FL Ps. 118:24
Janelle K. LaPine
Duluth, MN Phil. 1:21
Renee M. Lavoie
Hollywood, FL Ps. 19:7-11
Lila J. Lawson
Bradenton, FL Phil. 4:11
Walter L. Leonard
Tampa, FL Phil. 3:10
Charles E. Lowery
Miami, FL Phil. 1:27
Theodore R. Maphis
St. Petersburg, FL Isa. 6111, 2
Tim G. Manley
Palmer, MA Eph. 5:17
Miami, FL II Cor. 1:6
Terry T. Mays
Cocoa, FL Heb. 10:23-25
Nancy A. Mcfluiggan
Hudson, MA Mt. 5:16
Heidi M. Mick
Tampa, FL Phil. 4:13
Donald G. Dlitchell
Miami, FL Col. 2:6-8
Francis N. Mullen
Norfolk, VA Prov. 3:5, 6
Mary D. Overdorf
Richmond, IN Gal. 6:9
Charles W. Parker
Riviera Beach, FL Rom. 1:16
Richard A. Pasquarello
Hammonton, NJ Gal. 5:1
Keith B. Pesce
Miami, FL Prov. 16:2, 3
Eureka, MO Heb. 10:10
Cynthia D. Pratt
Chattanooga, TN Ps. 37:1-9
Dean A. Pratt
New Port Richey, FL Ps. 119:105
Ralph P. Pratt
Key Largo, FL Prov. 11:30
Laferia, TX Phil. 4:13
L. Eugene Rayle
High Point, NC Heb. 6:10
William C. Robbins
Carlisle, PA Eccl. 9:10
Nancy S. Roberts
Miami, FL 37:4
Michael G. Root'
Hollywood, FL Prov. 3:5, 6
Celeste R. Sasser
McAllen, TX Ps. 30:5
Madelyn M. Sartor
New Port Richey, FL Isa. 6:8
Mark R. Smith
Seattle, WA I Cor. 15:58
Tom M. Smoyer
Holland, PA I Jn. 3:18
Steamboat Springs, CO Isa.
Tampa, FL Ps. 56:13
Rose M. Stein
Tampa, FL I Cor. 15:58
Huey E. Sterrett
Morrow, GA Ps. 78:38, 39
Tom J. Strubert
St. Louis, MO Col. 3:4
Sharon M. Swanson
Doylestown, PA Jas. 3:17
Thomas A. Swanson
Doylestown, PA Col. 2:7
James P. Tatakis
Hollywood, FL Ps. 91:2
Laura L. Treadway
Port Richey, FL Gal. 6:9
Robert G. Trepanier
Iron Mt., MI II Cor. 1:3, 4
Youngstown, OH Josh. 1:8
Michelle L. Venard
Arvada, CO II Cor. 10:12
Robin P. Waldrip
Bloomington, IN I Pet. 3:6
Linda L. Weissgerber
Pittsburgh, PA Phil. 3:13, 14
Susan L. Winton
Tampa, FL Ps. 1:1-3
1. Jan Steen discusses mission possibilities
with a Missionary from Alaska during the
missionary conference. 2. Brooks Everett
and The Acme soul winning doll fMario Mar-
tinezj give students first hand demonstra-
tions on how effective the latest model will
enhance any ministry. 3. Anne Fisher keeps
informed of current happenings by the bulle-
tin board on the 7th floor.
Celeste Sasser Madelyn Sartlor Mark Smith Tom Smoyt
Tom Swanson Jina Tatakis Laura Treadway Bob
yder Jan Steen Rose Stein Huey Sterrett Tom Strubert Sharon Swanson
rwood Michelle Venard Robin Waldnp Linda Wexssgerber Sue Wlntou
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To Our Freshmen
Delbert N. Abbott
Kiowa, KS Ro. 4:5
Sandy K. Abbott
Inman, KS Ro. 1:9
Lisa L. Alvarado
Pharr, TX Jer. 33:3
Hollywood, FL Ps. 27:4
San Antonio, TX Mk. 16:15
Osaka, Japan Phil. 4:6, 7
Michael S. Autry
Honea Path, SC Jn. 14:27
Janet A. Backer
Tampa, FL I Cor. 4:3, 4
Patrick V. Bradstibner
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Eph. 5:8
Pamela L. Bales
Miami, FL l Sam. 12:24
Beverly S. Barlow
Louisville, KY Is. 40:31
Martha A. Barr
W.Yarmouth, MA Phil. 4:13
This year's Freshman class
proved to be much more than just
average. Running around campus
with beanies on their heads, and
name tags flying, they looked like
any normal freshman. But, they run
with a goal in mind and have taken
the lead in many of the college
"Beanies oil" to our Freshmen -
the leaders of today.
Freshman class officers are Cleft to rightl
Dan Lamey - president, Kim Stevens -
treasurer, Janice LeClair - secretary, and
Mike Haury-vice president. 1. It wasn't too
long behare the words of their song, "The
Impossible Dream," prophesied a Freshman
class defeat in the Torch ad campaign.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Isa.
Anita S. Benn
Blythe, CA Heb. 4:12
Lawrance G. Birch
Hollywood, FL II Tim. 2:15
Montreal, Quebec, Canada Phil.
Donna S. Black
Mabank, TX Ps. 27:14
Curtis L. Brockman
Sterling, VA Gal. 2:20
Cindy L. Brown
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Ps. 27:4
Brenda J. Bryant
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Phil. 4:13
Candice M. Burris
Plantation, FL Pr. 3:5, 6
Libby M. Cales
Tampa, FL Col. 4:6
Cheryl L. Cameron
Bramalea, Ontario, Canada I Thes.
Dave Baturin Anita Benn Larry Birch Lee Blacla
5:17 Cheryl Cameron Melanie Canaday Janie Cantg Carol Cars'
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Pr. 3:6
McAllen, TX Ps. 34:8
Miami, FL I Chron. 29:11
Salisbury, NC Phil. 4:19
Salisbury, NC Phil. 4:13
Robin M. Clnannell
Sterling, VA Ps. 13
Terry W' Chaychuk Karen Coplen Carole Cordle Josie Cordle Roger
Toronto, Ontario, Canada Heb. 1:3
Jon G. Cllilcote
Honolulu, Hawaii Phil. 3:13, 14
Gary R. Cloud
Tampa, FL Eph. 2:8, 9
Karen E. Coplen
Akron, IN Heb. 13:5
Kasilof, AK Jn. 3:16
Kasilof, AK I Jn. 1:5
Kasiloi, AK I Tim. 1:7
Frank K. Covello
Old Tappan, NJ Eph. 2: 8, 9
McAllen, TX Ps. 16:11
West Hollywood, FL Phil. 4:13
Denise A. Daly
Doylestown, PA Deut. 31:6
Dawna L. Davis
Miramar, FL II Tim. 2:15
Glenn A. Davis
Townville, PA Jn. 8:12
Inna Black Curtis Brockman Cindy Brown Brenda Bryant Candy Burris
ndy Causby Skip Causby Robin Channcll Terry Chaychuk Jon Clnilcote Gary Cloud
nk Corello Dalia Cruz Vic Curry Denise Daly Glenn Davis
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Why did you want to come to
I honestly felt and still do that the
Lord wanted me to come to FBC.
What are you doing to build
the unity of FBC?
To preserve the unity of FBC
there must be love. I asked the Lord
to increase my love for Him and for
my brothers and sisters in Christ.
Using the gifts the Lord has blessed
me with is another way of building
up the believers here. I try to be a
servant looking to the needs of
What does loyalty mean to
God is loyal to His children. Even
though we fail Him, His faithful-
ness is great.
le Fiore Kevin Fowler Gary Franks Tom Freeman
Haub Tracv Haub Mike Haury Mark Hendricks
Jones Lvnda Kelbaugh Carey Kirkley Becky Kirkley
Robin L. Davis
Hollywood, FL I John 4: 10
Miami, FL Prov. 3:5, 6
John C. Dekruyter
Greenwood, IN Rom. 8:38, 39
B. Sue England
Lake Park, FL James 1:2
Judith A. Farmer
Florissant, MO Phil. 3:10
Janis M. Fernandez
Tampa, FL Phil. 4:13
Ocala, FL Rom. 8:28
Kevin W. Fowler
Eureka, MO Jn. 4:14
Gary A. Franks
Houston, TX Jn. 5:24
Thomas A. Freeman
St. Petersburg, FL Ti. 2:11
Dalton D. Gahman
Dublin, PA I Cor. 15:58
Dunfermline, Scotland I Pet. 3:15
Miami, FL Jn. 10:28
Cesar A. Garcia
Mission, TX Rev. 12:11
Joanne DI. Goldstein
Lake Mahopae, NY Mt. 6:33
Hollywood, FL Rom. 3:23
Michael G. Haub
Wilton Manors, FL Acts 20:24
Tracy L. Haub
Ft. Lauderdale, FL I Cor. 15:58
Michael J. Haury
Elyria, OH Ps. 37:5
Key Largo, FL Phil. 4:13
Salisbury, NC Ps. 38:2
Sunapee, NH I Cor. 13:4-8
Cindy L. Hill
Fresno, CA I Jn. 4:4
Mark S. Horina
St. Charles, NIO Jn. 6:67, 68
Cindy G. Ide
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Phil. 4:13
Karen E. Jater
Dunfermline, Scotland I Cor. 15:58
Bruce E. Jones
Sterling, VA I Chr. 26:18
Lynda B. Kelbaugh
Baltimore, MD Phil. 1:21
Carey E. Kirkley
Astatula, FL Ps. 5:25
Rebecca M. Kirkley
Astatula, FL II Tim. 1:12
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Akita, Japan I Cor. 15:3, 4
Jeffrey A. Kruse
Woodville, OH Prov. 3:5
Daniel T. Lamey
Franklin, IN II Cor. 12:9
Charlotte, NC Rom. 8:31
Donna, TX Josh. 1:9
Robert G. Leal
Pharr, TX Ps. 37:24
Janice K. LeClair
Hutchinson, KS Prov. 3:5, 6
Michael B. LeDuc
Harwich, MA Jn. 16:13
Tampa, FL Phil. 3:9, 10
Tampa, FL I Cor. 15:58
Jerry E. Lucia
Penacook, NH I Jn. 5:13
Sandra K. Lundy
Tampa, FL I Pet. 1:7
Timothy L. Mason
Pharr, TX I Cor. 10:31
Tammy S. Mathias
Glennwood Springs, CO I Jn. 5:13
Tokyo, Japan Ps. 94: 17, 18
Cindy L. McCann
Houston, TX I Cor. 13:13
Dlichael S. Mecke
San Diego, CA Ps. 53:6
Christina L. Mertz
Richmond, IN Jn. 14:6
Sharon J. Metzler
Pompton Plains, NJ Phil. 4:13
Walter R. Metzler
Hollywood, FLL Isa. 40:29-31
Christine M. Miller
Venice, FL Jn. 3:16
Don W. Moberg
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Ps. 37:4
Tegucigalpa, Honduras Josh. 1:8, 9
Albert A. Monger
Great Falls, MT I John 5:13
Diana R. Montoto
Havana, Cuba Isa. 41:10
Kevin J. Morang
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Prov. 3:5, 6
Milton A. Myers
Forest Park, GA I Sam. 12:24
Tim P. Nelson
Hazelwood, MO Titus 2:11, 12
Edna M. Pagels
Everton, AR Rev. 3:20
Martha S. Palmer
Hutchinson, KS Col. 3:17
1 56! People
Keiko Kitamura Jeff Kruse Dan Lamey Tom Lam
Jerry Lucia Sandy Lundy Tim Mason Tammy Ma
Chris Miller Don Moberg Carlos Molina Al Mong
Why did you want to come to
My desire was to be grounded in
the Word of God. I wanted to learn it
so that it would be my guide. I also
desired to follow II Timothy 2: 15 in
becoming a sincere workman for the
Lord Jesus Christ.
What impresses you most
The faculty is so willing to help.
They seem to be dedicated to assist-
ing the student body. Their com-
passion is a real asset to the school.
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What impresses you most
The family fellowship is some-
thing I've never experienced be-
fore. When a person is proud of his
family he's going to boast about it
and that's the way I am about FBC.
Why did you come to FBC?
When I was younger I was com-
pletely blinded to the Gospel. I
trusted Christ and wondered how
many more people were blinded
like I was. I knew that by coming to
FBC, Iid be better equipped for the
Lord to use me.
What does loyalty mean to
Loyalty is Jesus. He is the most
loyal friend I have!! pybt
Puebla, Mexico Prov. 1:7
Virginia A. Perret
St. Petersburg, FL Ps. 27:1
Glenn S. Perry
Savannah, GA Phil. 4:11
Sherry L. Phillips
Dallas, TX Prov. 3:5, 6
Roy W. Poe
Kingsport, TN Jn. 3: 16
Chris M. Powell
North Rose, NY Gal. 2:20
Jane L. Powell
Downington, PA Phil. 3:10
Patricia L. Pride
Vicksburg, BIS Phil. 4: 13
James W. Rankin
Bleadville, PA Jn. 6:47
Geoffrey M. Reese
Roscoe, IL Jas. 1:3
Debbie M. Richey
Arvada, CO Gal. 2:20
David A. Robertson
Riverview, FL Eph. 2:13, 14
Brenda C. Robinson
Lindenwold, NJ Rom. 12:10
McAllen, TX I Thess. 5: 17, 18
Denver, CO I Pet. 5:7
Ruby E. Sanchez
McAllen, TX Ps. 37:4, 5
Dlarilyn D. Sanders
West Palm Beach, FL Rom. 8:28
Melody R. Satterwhite
Tampa, FL Prov. 3:5, 6
Flushing, NY Col. 3:1, 2
Jeff A. Silvieus
Astabula, OH Deut. 32:4
Linda F. Staton
Hollywood, FL Ps. 73:25
Shari L. Stauffer
Greensburg, PA Ps. 28:7
Erik DI. Steadman
Doylestown, PA Isa. 40:31
Kimberly D. Stevens
Astabula, OH Josh. 1:8, 9
Kenneth W. Strawbridge
Groveland, FL I Tim. 1:7
Pat A. Sullins
Mayo, BID Isa. 40:31
John J. Swaney
Kingsville, OH I Pet. 4:10
Kenneth M. 'Swehla
Schroon Lake, NY I Pet. 5:7
Jessica L. Thomas
Tampa, FL Ps. 40:17
Phillip R. Thompson
Vicksburg, MS I Pet. 3:15
Linn A. Todd
Great Falls, MT Prov. 3:5, 6
Great Falls, MT Isa. 41:10
Bonnie J. Trask
Yucaida, CA Gal. 2:20
Jose D. Trejo
McAllen, TX Jn. 3:16
Darcy M. Turner
Orlando, FL Gal. 2:20
David J. 'Iivellman
Florissant, MO Eph. 6:11
Teaneck, NJ Prov. 3:5
Ron J. Vanderlloest
Kalamazoo, MI Rom. 8:32
Edward G. Vanlaningan
Milford, IN I Thess. 5:18
What impresses you nm
The soulwinning emphasis a
the consistent testimony of the f
ulty and staff They truly love 1
Lord Jesus Christ.
When you graduate what a
My plan is to work with a yoi
ministry in a local church. I :
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Hollywood, FL Jn. 3:16
Laura C. Von Behren
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Ps. 113:3
Moore Halin, FL Jn. 3:16 :Q
Deborah J. Willey I
Cambridge Springs, PA Rom. 8:28 .
Wendy S. Winters
Warminster, PA I Cor. 10:13
Bonnie K. Wozniak
Dundee, IL Ps. 90:12
Fred R- Wozniak Linn Todd Rick Todd Bonnie Trask Jose Tr
Dundee, IL Col. 2:10
Miami, FL Ps. 37:11, 5
1. Edna Pagels and Martha Barr enjoy the
food and the fellowship between classes at
the Snack Shop. 2. "Quick put on your name
tag, here comes Tony Ingrassiaf' 3. Tracy
Haub looks forward to a restful afternoon
after choir practice.
Darcy Turner Joe Twellman John VanDan1 Ron Vande
Ed Vanlaningan Alma Vega Mary Venero Laurie Von B
ff Wiggins Debbie Willey Wendy Winters
Bonnie Wozniak Fred Wozniak Annie Daniels
Gut' Congratulations to the Class o '79
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the linen room girls.
I love lVlom, Dad, Carol,
John 84 Anita.
Love from Bill 84 Blanche
to "our" children in
Natalie Petty's dorm -
I John 4:19
Lots of Love and Prayers
for a precious friend. To
lVlary O. from Susan.
Greetings from Randy
and John to our Friends
at Fellowship Bible
To the best roommate
and dormhead -l Luv
Richard Spencer Col. 1:28
Hi Mom 8: Dad from Mark
Psalm 62:5, 8
Janice L. Deut. 6:5 Martha P.
Cindy M. I Sam. 12:24 Martha
Bob L. Phil. 1:3-6
I Love FBC - Andrea C.
Mrs. Greenfield says hi!
Mr. gl Mrs. Blittman
Mr. 81 Mrs. Bert Goodman
I knew you could do it, Liz
Mr. 81 Mrs. Joe Conley
He holds your tomorrows
Caleb thru faith possesses
Congratulations Senior Class
Hi from room 735
Frank loves Joan
Rachel DeLine I Thess. 5:24
Miyo 84 Phil Prov. 3:5, 6
Mark 8: Kim Schweitzer 1-4-3
John, Miami Pizza
Kristi says, Hi Brooks!
Ruth Herrick says, Hi!
The Brady Family
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We Love You, Snoopy
Pray for Jerusalem's Peace
To Libby - ll Jn. 5
To the only one I Love
Yeah! Miami Park K.B.C.
Miami Rescue Mission
Yeah, Snack Shop! Love Kat
Hi from Westside Gators
Welcome to FBC Skippy!!
John Cardamone Romans 6:11
A "smile" from Melanie
God Bless FBC - C. Cordle
God Bless our Faculty
Thanks Freshman class
We love you Coach Bev
Praise the Lord for FBC
Brethern pray for Hawaii
Love you Dad 84 Mom, Karen
I Love you Mom . . . Deb
I love you Stan Hayes 84 CS
To my dorm - Love you, Jerri
Hey sweetie Love, me
Carey Kirkley, Becky Kirkley
Thank you - Stan Hayes
Love from the Scots
Cesar Garcia - Mission Texas
Thanks Ron, Lee, Bud, Dana
Tom 8: Cindy Ward Ps. 34:3
Hi! from Shari Stauffer
Pulpit Banger: Tony 81 Phil
God Bless, Trudy 84 Ray
I Love You, to, Princess
Bob Logan - I Cor. 10:31-33
Mr. 81 Mrs. David Edwards
Mr. 84 Mrs. Arthur Lentz
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Nash
Mrs. Olga Neinstadt
Hello, from a Junior
Pray for FBC I love y'all
Philip 84 Miyo say hi!
Dorm 690-682 say hi!
Love to the best dormhead
Rainbow Lakes KBC -the best!
Love to Mom 81 Dad . . . Nanci
Person to Person!!!
We Love You, Grandpa - N 8: J
Love to Cher - Bear -J 84 N
To all faculty and staff.
I love and appreciate you,
Dana 8: Pam Bryan
And let us consider one another
to provoke unto love
Trust God - He is in control.
Praise the Lord
for His goodness
-- the Lindstroms -
Our best wishes and prayers
to the senior class - 1979
The Swords family I Cor. 15:58
Thanks Mom and Dad for
your patience, love, and
prayers. Love, Wayne
Mrs. Wagner says hi
to the Messer twins.
FBCS - Second Grade
Our sincere congratulations
and prayers to the 1979 Senior
class - The Caliendo's.
2 Chronicles 16:9
Love 8: Prayers
Love to the Physically
Miami Rehabilation Center
Denise Arthur, Pam Blades,
Frank Covello, Glenn Davis,
Michael Leigh, Angie Massi,
Mary Overdorf, Jeff Prodehl,
Becky Snyder, Don Starnes.
Best Wishes and prayers to
The Senior Class
900 N. Ocean Drive
Open 8 a.m.-9 p.m. everyday
Thank you Jesus
for being so good.
The Kinsmen Quartet
Gospel Music for all ages.
Contact: Dale Gregory at F.B.C.
Hi Burferd! Love ya!
Hi Mom, thanks for your love,
from your son, Mark Smith.
Why did God make Adam lst?
So He'd have a chance to
say something! - R. Brice
". . . contend earnestly for the
faith which was once for all
delivered to the saints." Jude 3b
"Thanks to the Freshman class
for their love shown to us."
John 8: Vilma Keane.
Rev. and Mrs. Busby,
The Lord's blessing to
Arch Creek Bible Chapel.
To my buddy John Averill
Thanks for being my friend
Love ya, Diana Montoto.
God bless all you people
from Conn. I love you all
I'm praying for you, Brenda.
Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem
Just a note IJ: I to say: I love
you bunches, Family.
Thank you faculty. R. Cordle
To Deanna Harrell I John 4:7
Psalms 116:1, 2
"I Love the Lord"
We praise the Lord in all things
Love, Carey, Becky, Renee and
Lisa Clayton -the craziest and
sweetest roommate. Love in
To the man I admire the most:
Clayton Buchanan I Cor. 16:13
Glenda, Chris, Melanie,
Cindy and Margaret KBC
want to say "Hi."
Bruce Campbell is your
missionary in Hawaii.
Please pray for him.
God Bless Liz Broussard
for all her beautiful messages
And let us consider one
another to provoke unto love
and to good works. Heb. 10:24
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To the graduates: May
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Best wishes to "Flare"
and his junior friends.
To all FBC students: seek
Him and His truth above
and beyond all else.
Ma 8: Pa: The law of His God
is in his heart and none of his
steps shall slide.
Praise the Lord for letting me
room with Ben from Japan.
Remember room 540
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they preach the Gospel.
To the most wonderful
girl I know.
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