Moody Bible Institute - Arch Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1987
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Text from Pages 1 - 230 of the 1987 volume:
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quickly through the hallway or
taking a brisk walk to North Hall, but you
probably think of me as just another in
this big city or on this large campus. Some
of you may know my name, Wendy, but
you don't know me.
Who are you? I see you everywhere,
in pictures spread out all over the tables
in the yearbook office, but I don't know
you. Our individual worlds seldom cross,
and we can't know each other. But I do
know your face, and I know that we have
the same kinds of struggles and hurts. I
know, too, that we both have good
times, times we want to remember.
Remember all those Friday Nights! Well,
I was in North Hall in the Arch office,
making something that I could give to
you. You don't know me, and I don't
know you, but we have traveled a similar
path in the last year, and I wanted us to
remember the good and bad times. I
wanted to give you something from my
world so you could know we have a lot
So, I worked hard this year to give you
The Arch 1986-87, a book of memories
that somehow brings our worlds togeth-
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methods, or ideas, up-to-date. bj designating or of
certain contemporary trends and schools of art,
music, literature, dance, etc. 2. designating the
form of a language in its most recent stage of de-
velopment -n. 1. a person living in modern
times. 2. a person having modern ideas, beliefs,
They are the unsung heroes of Moody Bible Institute
. . . the men and women who go quietly about the busi-
ness of making the students' faith practical. Not
theologians, not philosophers or church historians, they,
nevertheless, help every student take those disciplines
and render them usable on the street, in the hospital, in
nursing homes, in churches, in a hundred places where
people may hear the Good News.
The office on first floor Smith tat the bottom of the
stepsl hums with activity. Students fill the area inside
and out. Miss Bird calmly and attentively answers ques-
tions, despite the average student's hyperactivity. In
between questions, her sense of humor shows itself
irrepressibly. Miss Krupsky sits at a computer in an un-
obtrusive corner talking to one student after another,
looking as though she had all the time in the world. Mr.
Tahl, when not caring for the endless duties involved
with handling the men's PCM's can often be seen
talking to students over a cup of coffee in the Cove,
demonstrating his interest beyond duty.
Students have a lot to say about Anne Reid, a woman
of many gifts and far reaching influence. llWarm and
friendly reliable always pleasant never in a
crummy mood . . . a friend . . . makes PCM meaningful
has helped my effectiveness in ministry serves
the Lord with her whole heart I love being in her
office because I learn to much,"
These are just a few of the comments students made
about Anne whose job description is to go out with stu-
dents on PCMs and see how they're doing, what's go-
ing on. She describes herself as a trouble shooter,
helping to solve relational and discipline problems which
may come up, developing confidence in the workers
and ordering literature for the ministries. She loves her
job because it is so varied, because it involves putting
into practice what is learned in the classroom, and
because she loves the challenge of turning discourage-
ment into hope.
At the head of the department is Dr. Leonard
Rascher. A paragraph is hardly enough to even begin to
show this multi-dimensional man. Rounding the corner
of Smith, one student bumped into a guy wearing
glasses and an Indian bead tie. l'Where'd you go to
charm school, Gracie?" he said. Another day it might be
llDo you feel as bad as you look? No one takes
offense, for the jokes are genuine expressions of rare
affection and concern. In student words: llHe's one of
the best examples of Christian love . . . a good counsel-
or . . . he gets excited about the Lord, he goes out and
leads people to lesus. l'm not afraid to ask him for
something . . . he seems to live what he believes.
Thank you, PCM department, for carrying on your
duties faithfully, sometimes without much attention or
gratitude. Through you, students are fulfilling exactly
what D.L. Moody intended, putting their knowledge to
use. For this, we owe you a lot. Each year you are
helping us become living Christians.
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confessed my faith in lesus Christ while still a
boy. To the best of my ability, I opened my
life to Christ. But like so many others, I was
selfish and rebellious to the teaching of Scrip-
ture. Ego was king in my life. I had my owri
plans and was determined to see them
That August over four decades ago, in
special church meeting, I agreed to do the wil?
of God. I vividly recall that I had a strong urge
to be alone where I could talk and listen to
God and seek whatever plan He might have for
me. I spent a few minutes with the pastor,
talking about God's will for my life.
To get to my home meant a bus ride of aa
least ten miles and an additional three-mile
walk. The ride and walk were different that
night, I felt carried along by the thrill and
excitement of my decision. That bus ride and
walk gave me time alone with God.
My mother was the kind of person who nev-
er went to bed until all of her six children were
home and settled in bed. That night she
seemed to intuitively understand that some-
thing important and beautiful had taken place in
my life. She talked warmly about the things of
Cod and then committed me to the Lord's
My bedroom was a small, unheated area of
our house that once had been an attic. That
night in my room, as I knelt alone in prayer, I
wrote down some goals. Although I was an
average teenager, four goals came to mind that
have intensified over the passing years. They
1. Seek, above everything else, to bring
glory to God tlCor. 10:30
2. Cultivate the inner life Q2 Peter 3:l8l
3. Disciple as many people as possible
4. Win as many people to lesus Christ as
possible tProv. 11:3Ol
Today, forty-seven years later, those are still
As I knelt, aglow with love and enthusiasm, I
vowed to be a witness. My commitment was,
to the best of my ability, a total commitment.
Dr. George Sweeting
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A series of childhood memories that will always linger
with me grew out of the still vivid and turbulent years
of World War ll. We were living in Washington D.C.
and the nation's capital pulsated with the war effort-
great military parades down Pennsylvania Avenue,
servicemen and public figures in our home, air raid drill,
Ublack-outs" on Sunday night during church service, the
celebration of VE Day in the shadow of the White
House. A sense of patriotism, a love of country and
trusting in the sovereign, caring God were nurtured in
me in those days.
Dr. Robert Woodburn
There are sights, sounds, smells. There's that first fish you
caught, homemade ice cream and Sunday picnics at the lake,
tenting in the backyard, the county fair and scrambling for the
spent cartridges at the cemetery on Memorial Day when the
Veterans fired their salute to the valiant dead.
But upon reflection, one of my fondest memories is the
atmosphere of appreciation for history which prevailed in our
home. As a child, l would rather fish, ski or play outdoors
than sit still long enough to read a book. During the evenings,
mother often read aloud from the rich tales of the past.
Once, when l had seriously injured my ankle in a skiing acci-
dent, she read for hours until sleep prevailed over my pain.
This sensitivity to history was not only engendered by
reading and recounting the past but also by the idea that the
present held historic significance. l will never forget the final
few days of World War ll. lapan was about to formerly sur-
render. Final arrangements were being made. For almost two
days my brother and l were instructed to stay nearby so we
could be called in by the old Philco radio in our living room to
hear the report of the historic moment of lapan's surrender.
We protested, l'Why do we have to be here to hear that?"
Mom responded for possibly the tenth time, "Someday you
will understand how important this day is in history. l want
you to be a witness to it."
Today I am grateful for that sense of history and the
historical perspective it engendered.
Dr. Howard A. Whaley
Vice President and
Dean of Education
My early memories are of the Andes Mountains and
of a small village on a mountainside in Bolivia where my
parents were missionaries. l had many brothers and
sisters because our home was where all the missionary
children lived while attending the mission school. These
are precious memoriesg jesus Christ and His salvation
message was the center of my home.
Dr. l. Lindley Steere
Assistant Academic Dean
Vice Presidents aseioilli
s an eight-year-old boy, I
was confined to bed for a
year with rheumatic fever. My
dad made a special large table for
me to go over my bed, allowing
me to play with my cars and to
That act of love was very
special, and I will never forget it.
My dad set a great example for
me, and I continue to thank the
Lord for him.
james A. Gwinn
Vice President for
pleasant memory to me is
that of an unexpected op-
portunity to go to camp at Word
of Life at Schroon Lake, New
York. It was a great week of
participating in sporting events,
meeting other kids from different
areas, studying the Bible and ex-
periencing a deeper relationship
with the Lord. This was all made
possible by a Christian business-
man who demonstrated love and
concern by providing the needed
funds. This act of generosity has
continually been a source of in-
spiration and gratitude for me.
Donald P. Leach
Vice President and
aving been raised in a small
resort town in Wisconsin,
you can imagine that l have many
pleasant childhood memories,
however, among those the most
vivid are the experiences and va-
cations that we had as a family. In
addition to my parents, I had
three sisters and one brother.
We always looked forward to
the summer, particularly to our
annual summer vacation. These
were planned in detail as a fam-
ily. The vacation, no matter
where it was or what we did,
was always the highlight of the
year. Holidays also were a time
when we got together with rela-
tives. We played games, sang,
and had special times around the
table during meals.
My wife, Pat, and I try to build
into our family experiences and
memories that will endure just
like those we have of our
childhood and family experience.
Vice President for
was a six-year-old cowboy that
March 15 evening in 1956.
Happily riding the range in the liv-
ing room on the back of my
trusty steed factually our couchj,
my perch brought me eye-level
to a painting on the wall.
It depicted jesus knocking on a
door with no handle. My two
older brothers and my father
were out that night, so I asked
Mom about it.
She explained that the door
was the door of my heart and
that the only handle was on the
inside. If jesus was going to come
in, I would be the one to open
I don't remember having
thought symbolically before that,
but somehow I understood. She
helped me memorize Revelation
3:20 and prayed with me.
There was little drama, no
turning from a life of deep sin,
but a transaction took place. I
would learn and grow and even
rededicate my life later, but I was
saved that night.
I remember it 31 years later as
if it were yesterday.
'Behold, I stand at the door
and knock, if anyone hears My
voice and opens the door, I will
come in to him, and will dine
with him, and he with Me" fRev.
jerry B. jenkins
Vice President for
james A. Gwinn Donald P. Leach Marvin Beckman
lerry B. jenkins
Richard E. Clildner, Paul H. johnson, Edward L. lohnson,
Bervin C. Peterson, Gerrit Wit, fohn MacArthur, lr., Kohn
Eisen, Roy H, Nyholm, Robert CS. Dunlop, Wallace L. Pepin,
William P. Mitchell, Sr., Paul W. Wills, E. Richard Talimacfge.
Seated, james N. Mathias, Edgar A. Harrell, George
Allrich, Douglas -
Aviation! Special Instructor
Babcock, Donald - Aviation
Badgero, Raymond - Missions
Baker, William - Bible and
Barron, Robert- Christian
Baurain, Thomas - Evening
Beam, Ruth - Communications
Bedford, Cecil- Aviation
Benware, Paul-Bible and
Berry, Reid - Aviation
Brackley, David - Sacred Music
Brood, Nadine - Physical
When mama left home she generally
put Grandma in charge of us. And
when Grandma was busy, she left
crazy Uncle Norman in charge, or
Cousin Betty or Auntie Gladys.
What freedom we could finally ex-
perience at MBI, leaving the watchful
eyes of the family behind . . . the thrill
Who were we kidding? To leave be-
hind twenty pairs of watchful family
eyes only to exchange them for four
hundred faculty eyes .... You know
the ones I mean.
The ones that burn in your back dur-
ing quizzes, that follow you from class
to class, the eyes that cut like hot
knives through cold butter when you
don't get that paper turned in on time,
the eyes that check your mischief in
chapel, your progress in the gym and
your nervousness before the camera in
If there is any comfort to be
gleaned, it is in the sure and certain
knowledge that behind these probing
eyes is a collective faculty heart as wise
as mother's, as loving as Grandmoth-
er's and as kind and crazy as Uncle
Norman's. For what we left behind
were eyes and hearts big enough to
include us, loving enough to tolerate us
and courageous enough to care for
and understand us. And we found, in
kind, the wide and ready eyes and
hearts we can neither forget nor re-
pay. The eyes and hearts of the faculty
Thank you MBI faculty. You will al-
ways be a part of us because we have
been a part of you, in your hearty, lov-
ing care. The compassionate eyes!
Brubaker, Omar - Christian
Christensen, Charles -
Christiansen, Ionathan -
Clark, Robert - Christian
Coalter, Mona - Sacred Music
Cooper, Charles- Evangelism
and Pastoral Studies
Cornman, Thomas - Theology
DeRosset, Rosalie -
Dickason, C. Fred - Theology
Dolgner, lames - Aviation
Edmonds, Gerald - Sacred
Dr. Thrasher: 'lDear Mom . . . "
He Woos Wisdom
His favorite words were: 'Ask God for wisdom
. . . go to Him . . . seek Him for the answers."
When I said, 'lHow can God expect us to love
our fallible, selfish, unlovable brother when it's so
much easier to love God who is all goodness and
kindness?" He said, "Yes it's true is it not? Turn to
God, ask Him to show you what He means."
When l said, "Even discipline can become a
bondage, can't it?" He nodded his head in abso-
lute agreement and said, uYes. And we need to
find that balance, to know the freedom God
wants you to have. Sometimes we carry a burden
God never intends us to carry we need to
walk in the light, walk in the light . . . "
When I thought, 'lHow is it some are chosen
and others are not?" He said, l'We sometimes de-
feat the purpose of God's revelation when we try
to understand what we cannot understand. Our
response to being chosen should be one of humil-
ity, a confidence in the Lord and we should be
motivated to live godly lives."
Dr. Thrasher never quite gave me the neat
answers I wanted. He gave me more than that: he
showed me where l could find them.
Dr. Baker and Linda Morris: "Will September 28, 1988 be okay?"
Below: Dr, Widder
A Hip Dude
Who is this man who enjoys water sports, collects
pencils and seems to appreciate relaxed students in his
classes? My fellow students describe him as bright and
cheery, a good family man, practical and a hip dude.
Dr. Widder, Chairman of the Christian Education Depart-
ment, an enthusiastic teacher of liMarriage and Family"
and advisor, has always impressed me with his deep and
visible commitment to his family.
As teacher, he gears his classes towards giving informa-
tion that we can test and apply. Whether in class or in his
office, I have never felt intimidated, his personal interest in
me and his smile set me at ease. He talks about his person-
al and family life often, at such times, l entertain thoughts
of Uadoptingu him as my father and learning the finer
points of leadership in the home from him.
One Friday night I met him and his family at a local
restaurant. My impressions of him were then confirmed,
and I knew he was 'for real."
Ericson, Keith - Aviation
Fisher, Dennis - Evangelism and
Fernlund, lay- Evening School
Fetzer, David -
Foos, Harold - Theology
Foulk, lerry - Aviation
Freese, Doris - Christian
Gaffney, Greg - Physical
Goldberg, Louis - Theology,
Haik, Paul-Bible and
Haines, Calvin -
Hakes, joe- Physical Education
Halladay, lean - Physical
Harder, lulia- Sacred Music
Hart, Iohn - Bible
Hecht, Henry - Sacred Music
Hendrich, Bruce - Aviation
Hodges, Timothy - Counseling
Hopkins, Wayne - Graduate
lames, Edgar - Bible and
Keylock, Leslie - Bible and
Killian, Brent- Aviation!Special
Kuypers, Roger - Aviation
Lusher, Paul- Sacred Music
Martin, Richard - Aviation
Marty, William - Bible
Mathisen, Gerald -Evangelism
and Pastoral Studies
Mayer, Marvin - Bible and
McNickle, Alan - Bible and
Mead, Gilbert-Sacred Music
Mills, Dan - Aviation
Morgan, Marilyn - Health
Naegele, Elizabeth - Sacred
Nevin, Paul- Bible and
Oldham, Robert - Evangelism
and Pastoral Studies
Powell, William - Aviation
Ramey, Robert-Bible and
Raney, Paul- Aviation!Special
Raquet, Gerald - Sacred Music
Rascher, Leonard -Evangelism
Rice, Alvin - Aviation
Rich, Theodore - Aviation
Rickey, janet- Physical
Robinson, Edward - Aviation
Robinson, Gary - Aviation
Rownd, Gary- Sacred Music
Royce, Ronald- Aviation
Shields, Harry-Evangelism and
Simmelink, Ken - Aviation
Simms, Rupert-Bible and
Smart, David - Sacred Music
Steeves, Cynthia - Sacred
Strandt, Terry - Sacred Music
Tallman, J. Raymond-Missions
Mrs, Zebell-Independent clause plus depen
dent clause doesn't equal Santa Claus
Dr. McNickle-l'He's just a man . . . "
and Related Topics
Sitting down on the table after calling roll, he pulls the
podium to him, crosses his arms and hunches over it.
Giving us a look that is a mixture of amusement and
serious thought, he throws out the question. "What is
thankfulness? Have you ever really thought about it at
all? Anyone have any ideas? "
Not the typical eight in the morning, Systematic The-
ology 305, soteriological debate, but none of Dr. Foos'-
classes could be described as typical. His style of teach-
ing produces thought in his students. His grading scale
produces fear, But his person produces respect for the
man who is unafraid to stray from the ordinary and
who is not locked into a predictable Uwe have to stick
to the schedule" format.
"What is an attitude of thankfulness? What gets in
llBitterness, the very root of ungratefulness and our
own human nature get ln the way," comes the reply,
after we finally see what Dr. Foos is driving at.
Thanks for being you, Dr. Foos, for making your stu-
dents think and breaking out of the same, everyday
Thompson, Charles - Sacred
Thrasher, William - Bible and
Timko, Barry - Aviation
Turner, Rosemary - Missions
VanDyke, Richard -
Vincent, lames -
Voss, Timothy - Physical
Walton, lohn - Bible and
Wheeler, Edward - Aviation
Widder, Wayne - Christian
Wise, Donald - Bible and
Zebell, Claudia -
The Power in Patience
I sit in her office on the couch, relieved of the
pressure of some of the deep dark secrets of my
past. The question comes abruptly, IlCan I hug
you?" I nod yes as she comes over and throws
her arms around me. The tears of relief and an-
swered prayer course down my cheeks in what
seems to be an unending stream. She says nothing
as I cry tears that should have been cried almost
eight years ago. She doesn't care that lim soaking
her, she waits patiently for me to be able to stop
on my own. Exhausted and red-eyed I look up at
her, noticing the tears of empathy on her own
face. Handing me a Kleenex, she says, l'How do
IlBetter," I reply and turn to blow my nose.
l'After all these years, I thought I'd forgotten how
We laugh a little as a sense of finality of what
has been healed begins to set in and rejoice to-
gether over a victory that has been hard won.
Counseling is never easy, and the answers are
even harder to come by. In Student Development,
a tough goal to 'lPresent every man complete in
Christ" iCoI. 11283 has been set as the guiding
principle. Patience is what marks the department
Student Development is a multifaceted part of
this school, dealing with almost anything with
which a student needs help, from a case of the flu
to a memory that still hurts after many years to
roommate hassles and hangups, a listening ear is
available and practical advice lor a bed in Health
Servicel is free.
-A student who's been there
Zail Morris-Director of Smiling Services
Dr. G.-l belong in pictures, not reality
eft to Right: First Row: Diane Desaulniers, Connie Begly,
Dldham Second Row: Sue Drushinin, Dorothy Hostetter,
Dorothy Haas Third Row: Mr. Davidhizar, Mr. Shackleford,
on, Mr. Bradbury, Mr. Arens, Pete Mills
Mr. Arens-l'But the supervisor doesn't have to work!
Patty Vander Sande, Debbie Cholewa, Mrs.
Ruth Zaharek, Sue Shickley, Marily Morgan,
Mr. Hodges Fourth Row: Brian Bill, Dr. Garri-
Examples in Action
While I looked for the place that God would
have me work after graduate school, I prayed that
the Lord would place me where I could minister.
After my first few weeks at Moody, I found that
God has more than answered my prayers.
lt excites me to know that I work with a staff
who also sees their job as a ministry to students.
The Residence Life staff includes Residence Super-
visors Brian Bill, Dorothy Hostetter, Sue Shickley,
and myself, Pete Mills. Completing our staff are
Mr. Tim Arens, Director of Residence Life, Diane
Desaulniers, Residence Life Secretary, and our
Houghton and Culbertson Hall deskworkers Ruth
Zaharek and Virginia Oldham.
Together we try to know Christ more and more
as Lord and Savior. From this flows our
commitment to help students develop thence the
name of our department, Student Developmentl
as individuals and as a community honoring Christ
within the Residence Life program. We do this
through RA leadership training, administrative du-
ties, counseling, and building relationships with stu-
dents. You may also find us involved in disciple-
ship, speaking at fireside chats or joining floor talk,
anywhere we can be with students.
When it comes right down to it, we are trying
to model Christ to students, so we can encourage
one another in Christian maturity. This is what de-
velopment from a Christian perspective is all
about. Our verse for the year Ephesians 4: 15-16,
states this best: lllnstead, speaking the truth in
love, we will in all things grow up into him who is
the Head, that is, Christ. From him the whole
body, joined and held together by every
supporting ligament, grows and builds itself up in
love, as each part does its work." INIVI
Peter I. Mills
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If you're like me, you'll probably not see them unless you
go to the library through Smith Hall or the north stairwell of
Crowell 3. Turning your head as you pass the Central
Records office, you'll see Cecilia Beato and sometimes Emily
Napier amidst the rows of filing cabinets.
Perhaps some of you know them, I was told some students
stop in at the office to use the stapler before handing in that
two- or ten-pager, or to sharpen that pencil for the scantron
exam coming up.
Cecilia has been at MBI for the last ten years, and currently
works closely with the registrar's office. She handles students'
transcripts and keeps track of records dating up to 100 years
ago! Emily helps her part-time.
Each year, Cecilia and Emily also update the list of MBI mis-
sionaries on the outside of the back wall of Torrey-Cray
Auditorium fremember those boards with the hundreds of
names?I. These names are either supplied by the Alumni of-
fice or dug out of missions magazines.
The next time you're on Crowell 3, stop in to say 'lhi" to
Cecilia and Emily. You'll hear Cecilia say, I'Come right in!"
Emily Napier and Cecilia Beato
Back row: Mr. Rich, Mrs. Palmiter, Mr. Van Wynen, Tom Kemner, Rick Bonifas Middle Row: Miss Lindsey, Miss Monteclaro, Miss Self, Stuart Zaharek,
Stephanie Perez Front Row: Mrs, Fannin, Mrs. Klingbeil, Mrs. Holesapple
Summer at MBI
Who knows how to grocery shop on six dollars a week
and make a macaroni dinner five different ways? The one,
the original, survivor of a summer at Moody.
Lured by the prospect of free room and board for ten
weeks of work lyes, with payj if working for the Institute,
Moody gathers a small crew of hardy folk who carry out
such unlikeable tasks as: picking up trash, washing windows,
and throwing compost. They also basically have control of
the place. With vacationing R.S.'s, one R.A. for two floors
and fun in mind, almost anything loccasionallyl goes.
Not all of the summer survivors work for Moody. To live
on campus isn't that expensive so if the job pays well
enough, it's a good place to sleep at night. Working with
people who don't believe like the summer survivor does of-
ten produces an apologetics course in itself. One student,
who worked as a waitress, admitted that her apologetic was
probably heretical and she'd really rather not talk about it.
And then there are those who work both off campus and on
campus. Crazy? Yes. Rich? Ditto.
But the big question is why? Why spend summer here
when the comforts of home are so much more attractive?
After all, Houghton doesn't have central air conditioning. That
in itself is a reason. A summer away from home tends to
make a person grow up. There is much more time to enjoy
the city, and let's face it, Chicagoans are nicer when it's not
thirty below. And, of course, the money. When Mom and
Dad talk responsibility, sons and daughters look for summer
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Above: Eugene Williams takes control of the board
Right: joe Pinch solves the puzzle
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Thomas, Dorthy Haas, Brenda Smith,
Christine Brown, Patty Wickman, Kate
Henry, Penny Hopper, Miss Marilyn Mor-
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Front Row: Merry Kolarek, Albert Yip, Eugene
lesel, Trish Protsman, Karen Thacker, Vicky
Balson Row 2: Bruce Cain, Curtiss Fernandez,
julie Lundgren, Sue Perry, Eugene Williams,
Renee Hendricks, Gary DuBois Row 3: Scott
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Rev. Iohan Lukasse
October 7, 1986
'IDo you know where youfd go if you wanted to meet the needs on the mission field?" Larry
Brown, AIM Area Rep. asked me. When I shrugged my shoulders, he said, l'CrazyI"
This year I don't feel like a sponge soaking up all the "world needs" the speakers present. I
remember being overwhelmed my Freshman year and skeptical my lunior year. Now? I'm wiser,
more comfortable perhaps, knowing I can't play Ilmartyr" in missions.
Dr. Winchell said there may be some Timothy's among us. l'm glad he said llsomef' That took
the pressure off those of us who weren't and probably still aren't sure about God's 'callf'
October 8, 1986
I was surprised to see so many up at 7:55 this morning at the session on
IIUniversalism!Syncretism!Alternative Soteriologies Today." Wow, what a mouthful! It was too
bad there wasn't time for questions and answers. I wanted to know where to draw the line
between contextualization and syncretism. Oh well . . .
The l'Tribal Animist" session was kind of eerie. I felt as if spirits were hovering in Crowell 302 as
Frank Drown talked about witchdoctors and mediums.
Chuck Davis said: llYou can take a person out of Africa but you can't take the Africa out of the
Person . . . " I can see Africa locked and framed in his heart. I sense this llAfrica-sickness" too. But I
won't be manipulated by sentimentalism, if Africa is where Cod wants me, He'll have to make the
call loud and clear.
Rev. Lukasse made me feel as if Christianity were some shadow gradually sweeping across
October 9, 1986
What a mess Africa is in! Political boundaries clash instead of coinciding with ethnic and linguistic
boundaries. l'm going to read about Helen Roseveare over Thanksgiving. I feel sorry for Africa. I
can't wait to be in Zaire or Kenya next summer.
For the first time, I saw that maybe mission boards are cooperating with rather than competing
against each other. Funny how I always thought of the competition.
October 10, 1986
I stood up when Dr. Sweeting gave the call to commitment. I didn't feel a sudden gush of
emotion or anything like that. I am at peace about my plans for Africa. I'II take Paul's solemn
charge to preach the gospel in and out of season . . .
A Snack Shoppe worker in Zaire? Sue Vance
Right: How many guys did you say? Betty Stralnic
and Becky Roberts
Senior decisions -Lonnie Wilson
llGodliness is not an optional extra . . . are you spiri-
tually fit? Are you spiritually fitter now than you were at
last year's Spiritual Enrichment Week?" Alistair Begg
asked. Smack right in the middle of fall semester, Spiritu-
al Enrichment Week put the zip back into a tired, worn
down and exam-weary student body.
Pastor Begg led MBI llathletes" through the tracks of
insufficient and genuine motives for spiritual fitness, up
the three avenues of doctrinal clarity, moral purity and
biblical humility. He also gave a pep talk on staying on
course with the inspiration of Bible heroesg this involved
our preparation, perseverance and determination to fin-
ish the race.
'Track suits don't make you an athlete," Pastor Begg
said. 'Motivation without direction equals chaos. Only
when you start running will you realize what hindrances
are ahead. But you can also trip yourself with untied
shoelaces. Have you any untied shoelaces in your life?"
Pastor Alistair Begg
Pastor Begg - student interaction
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Enter the Sophomore
Sophomores. 'Wise fools" in the Greek language. They make their entrance
to Moody Bible Institute for the first time next year. For a while the four-year
degree program was only a dream, it was finally implemented in the fall se-
mester of '86.
Students have a choice of majors: Bible-Theology, Christian Education, Pas-
toral Studies, Evangelism, International Ministries, American Intercultural
Ministries, lewish and Modern Israel Studies, Missionary Aviation Technology,
Church Music, Youth Ministries, Communications, Pre-Seminary, and Christian
I'Good stewardship of our history, students' resources, confidence of the
Christian public, our curriculum and resources will increasingly require that we
either change or forfeit our claims to leadership in training full-time Christian
workers," said Academic Dean Howard Whaley.
In ugood stewardship" then, the new program includes general education
courses taken off-campus between the third and fifth semesters. The Institute
is making arrangements with University of Illinois fCircle Campusl and Roose-
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tuition for courses taken here, but will pay the costs of courses taken off-
campus. And the trade-off? Exposure to traditions and viewpoints different
from MBl's that will have a reflective impact on the students' learning experi- A f
ence. In other words, preparation for the 'real' world.
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There are three mistakes a soccer player doesn't want to make.
Mistake 111 -He does not want to take his mind out of the game.
This can happen to him in many ways. He may not like the official's
calls. He may get kicked in the shin by his opponent and want to
retaliate. He needs single-mindedness. In much the same way, believ-
ers need to focus their attention on Christ.
Mistake 112-A player does not want to try to win the game by
himself. Eleven players make up a team, all needing to work together
to accomplish the task of winning. There may be differences in style
and personalities, but they need to be unified. Christ speaks to His
Church about this, on a personal level we need to rely on God's work
in our lives.
Mistake 113-A soccer player must never quit, whether he is losing
by a lot or winning by a few. Every minute on the field should be
characterized by excellence. ln frustration and bad situations, our lives
should also be.
Nate Gordon-Time out concentration
Cornel's attack of the blinder
lean-Luc: moves in for the kill
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Tim's future "Soccer card"
Lisa, Ian, Ianet, and Ieanette are pictures of intensity.
The Other Side to Excellence
Many people would be quick to say that the
first contributing factor to sports excellence is
making a body fit for the specific activity. Al-
though vital in a Christian team, there is another
side to excellence.
As I reflect on my past three seasons, I am con-
vinced that competitive excellence is a matter of
the mind and a desire to glorify Christ. Volleyball
has provided an opportunity to live out my Chris-
tian life. In looking to Christ for encouragement
after a tough practice or a game loss, I found it
easier to encourage the others on the team.
This past season, the team was characterized by
unity and genuine love for each other. Our coach
cared for each player as an individual and was
concerned that each member reach her potential,
Our assistant coaches devoted many hours to
'building a strong team, and we grew to appreciate
them as brothers. They kept us in hysterics on
road trips, for sure.
I can't help mentioning what comes to mind
when I think of our away trips: breakfast in the
van, bagels till you burst, chauffered rides down
Rush Street in the team Lincoln Town car and l.B.
trying to find the nearest rodeo fyou can take the
girl out of Kansas, but you can't take the Kansas
out of the girly
Our enthusiasm could not be stopped as our
new players challenged the team with their experi-
ence and equally enthusiastic spirit. Together, we
began our season with the quality of play with
which we ended past seasons.
Although the volleyball season is over, I will al-
ways remember the friendships that were made
and the lessons that the Lord taught me these past
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Behind the Scenes
"Hey Chip, is Emmaus here yet?"
"I don't know, Oykos, but could you see if
Booner or Marie have the uniforms?"
'ISure. Blake and Steve are already out
there jackin' 'em up so they must be
around here somewhere."
'IShawn, is it time?"
'Yeah, Rick. Let's go ahead with devotions,
now, before we split into prayer partners."
IIAIright, let's line up."
'Get Greg and Rick up here."
'IBob, is the tape ready?"
'IKeith, I thought you were getting it
'Stink Well, let's hope the cheerleaders
NOK, let's go out there and show them
why we are here. And why are we here?"
I'To play basketball and glorify Christ."
"Well then let's see it. One, two, three . . .
IIGood hustle out there Chiz."
'lThanks, Bobby, but Brickson's the one
who has been tearin' them up on the in-
'IOh, I know. Good job, Dave."
l'Good job tonight men. The first half was
pretty sloppy, but overall I was satisfied.
Before we bring it together, I want to
know why Lindstrom and Benware are al-
ways the first ones dressed."
l'WelI, there are a couple of chicks waiting
and you know how it is."
lIYeah, I know. OK, let's bring it in. This
game goes back to the Lord."
Dave and lon enjoy those precious 'Ibefore game" minutes
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The Purpose of It All
llFor it is God who is at work in you, both to will and to
work for His good pleasure . . . " lPhil. 2:13I.
I was walking down the hall one day when a friend
stopped me. He asked me why I play basketball. I play for
three important reasons.
First, because I love my God. Basketball is a means of
glorifying God. Whether one of us is witnessing to another
player, being respectful to the officials or encouraging a sister
in Christ, we can bring glory to God.
Second, because I love my teammates. I don't think there is
anyone in the entire school who knows me better than my
teammates. The amazing thing is that they still love me. We
see each other at our best Ibefore the gamel and at our
worst Ibefore an 8 a.m. practicej. We tell each other of our
dreams and our struggles, our victories and our defeats. We
hang tough when that extra sprint comes, and we inspire
each other to keep on moving when we thought we had
given everything we had. My teammates love me enough to
admonish me when I need it. Most of all, in some of my
darkest struggles, when I reach out for God and can't seem
to find Him, I have a circle of support, prayer and comfort.
Last, because I love the game. That's why I don't mind the
twenty minute defensive slide drills or rebounding drills that
bring me to the top of my frustration level or running sprints
until I think my legs will fall off. I love the sound of the buzzer
that opens the game, the excitement of scoring a basket or
making a great defensive play. I love it all, the sweat, the
tears, the hard work, the laughs, the Ponderosa's, all of itl
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Look you guys, this is basketball, not football . . . Theresa Midkiff
Alice McClintic shows her perfect free throw form
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Alias "intramurders," intramurals are one
of the best deals going at Moody. Package
options include team sports such as basket-
ball, volleyball, and this mysterious sport
called handball, and individual sports like ten-
nis and ping pong.
Handling ability is given to lan Rickey, the
campus recreation director who gracefully
and skillfully takes charge. Her staff is made
up of students who learn to defend them-
selves against the criticism thrown at them
The individual sports reps add to this list of
the different hat-wearers in the IM pro-
grams. These reps act as the speakers of the
floor for the campus rec. department. They
inform their floors of upcoming sports, game
times, and what's available recreationally.
Finally the last but definitely not the last in
this list, are the people like you who partici-
pate in intramurals. People like you who en-
joy the chance to blow off with the gang on
your floor. People who appreciate how
sports make you feel, People who recognize
the importance of glorifying God through a
Ultimately, some of the biggest personal
battles are won on the court or field, like
struggling with how to keep a temper under
control or how to learn to get along with
others who aren't as good as you for maybe
they're better than youll. You are the reason
why the intramural program at Moody ex-
ists. Grab it while you can . . .
When all else fails, bunny jump!
Before the game-lim Rice and Dave Stankus
Two seconds until capture
Above: Sunshine Stretch
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Down the Street .
Some consider it that place where we get sent
for dinner when the Student Dining Room is
closed. Others look at it with a fond remem-
brance of intramural wars gone by, or the inter-
collegiate scene of battle. How about all those
times you slogged through the slush and dirt of
the city to get to your Concepts lab? You remem-
ber North Hall, its character and integral part of
the campus can't be denied. From those secret lit-
tle chambers up on the fourth floor fyou didn't
know there was a fourth floor?l to the weight
room and aerobic center in the basement, North
Hall breathes with a flair all its own. The activities
are as varied as the room sizes. From glee practice
to basketball practice to intramural games to year-
book deadline nights, all these hover inside North
Hall's protective walls. Looking for a little action?
Throw on your sweats and come on down and
give North Hall a try.
Below: Not quite a candlelight dinner for a married couple, but it'll do.
Hold your nose and say, i'Food, fun and fellowshipl'
The male fan club of the
volleyball team-hire your next game!
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Phyllis Mikel - STRETCH?
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From the Buck Administration to the King Administration, the
transition was fairly smooth and I did not tip the boat over.
My intent in writing these words fthe 'aforementionedf' as com-
mentators put itl is to say that what was said at the beginning of
the year still held true to the end. I am referring to our theme of
Hin the world but not of the world" llohn 151195, our involvement
in current issues and our concern for the needy. Also, in relation to
my becoming both a King and a President simultaneously, I quote
Abraham Lincoln: 'Il claim not to have controlled events, but
confess plainly that events have controlled me." Therefore, I thank
you that you did not organize a revolution but rather granted me
the privilege of holding office.
Lest I be accused of plagiarizing past Student Council presidents, I
shall not state that one of our goals was to make Student Council
more spiritual. But without saying it, that was, is, shall be and al-
ways should be one of our intents. For is an increase in spirituality
lif it is defined as a more tangible, everyday relationship with Godl not a lifelong objective for the Christian? I trust that we,
the Student Council provided that spiritual leadership. And if we did not, I know we took significant steps toward that end
which will show in future years.
Michael S. King
Looking at their 1986-87 extra-curricular calendars, MBI students read the words 'IRACO activity" throughout the months.
For many, the question was I'What is RACO?" For I5 students, the meaning of those letters was all too clear.
RACO is brand new. lt is the Residence Activities COuncil's job to establish the purpose and goals of the former Residence
Hall Council, providing much needed recreation for students on campus.
One change already made by RACO is the implementation of concerts just for the student body. In the fall Tom Howard
came in, and, in the spring Scott Wesley Brown made an appearance. Together with Student Development, RACO has estab-
lished some criteria for approving someone for a concert here. RACO hopes to hold such a concert each semester.
The council has worked hard to give students a break from the rigors of academia. Although the activities are what most
people see, RACO is not simply interested in fun and games. Concerned with the spiritual growth of students, RACO has
sponsored monthly Campus Prayer and Shares and Women's Fireside Chats in which women hear special speakers addressing
'llt's a transition year," says Sue Shickley, Residence Supervisor and
RACO sponsor. But this 'ltransition yearn has by no means been wasted.
Long-term goals have been established for improvements in years to
come, and students will see more and more quality activities giving them
a chance to relax.
They start like most other students at Moody, but
go through a more technical and high-flying course.
They are the ones who get the "standby" status if
their 'leligibility is questionable." For them, continu-
ation from initial to advanced courses is assured only
if they "obviously develop a high level of suitability
and readiness for missionary aviation." They are our
Guild is a special place where the married stu-
dents' wives meet weekly to fellowship and
support each other.
Living off-campus, the women tend to feel sep-
arated from life at MBI, a major part of their hus-
band's lives. Guild bridges the gap for them.
Weekly programs include crafts, interesting
food fests, cookie exchanges, and one never
knows when a missionary may even stop by to
A special program is the adopt-a-child scheme
in which single students collect money to buy gifts
for children of the married students. The spirit of
giving and the bond of love is evident.
Mrs. Debbie Cholewa
Carved of Nigerian mahogany, the international student comes. His hat from Sweden, his
heart from lesus. The name from Syria, the burden from Cod. Tall and dark from East Africa,
bright and golden out of Rumaniag brown from Manila, amber from India, eager and lean
from the South China Seas. Called. Appointed. Chosen. Out of time and space for this hour.
For this need.
Workmen from the Philippines, worthy of their hire, worthy, too, from Singapore, Ghana
and Pakistan, thrown together into the cauldrons of study, prayer, theology and homileticsg
bubbling in the stew, boiling in the mixture, churned and turned by the faculty chefs, advis-
ers, pastors and counselors, churning and chanting, l'Worthy of your hire, worthy of your
hire, worthy of your hire."
What now, International? This group so gloriously mixed and blended all, part student,
part worker, part stranger, part jesus. This fair porridge of hearts strained out toward the
unclean creation, of hands at once stretched up in praise and out in offering, not quite
Vietnamese, not quite American, not entirely here or completely there, less of the world and
more of the Master, blended, stirred and ready to be poured out.
Very like our first International Brother from Nazareth. Not totally wanting the cup nor yet
willing for it to pass from us. Eager, yet frightened. Part of the heart straining toward the
martyr's crown, part longing for mother's sure voice. Mostly though, going in obedience to
make way for the newcomers-themselves carved from Nigeria's wood, Argentina's hacien-
da, Vermont's maple. Called from the strange lands with the unutterable names. Appointed.
MBI Today crew
Stankus Psyching up
One minute to air time . . . quiet on
the set . . . roll VCR . . . fade up audio
... cue talent ...
"Good evening, and welcome to the
Tuesday October 21st edition of MBI
Today. l'm Tom Green. In the news . . .
This evening marks the beginning of
our second year of operations. This
year, as last, MBI Today will be pro-
duced by MBI Comm. majors. This fall
our twice weekly productions will be
staffed by volunteers. In the Spring,
MBI Today will be produced by four
Television Announcing and Production
classes, and will air each week, Mon-
day through Friday. The primary goal
of MBI Today is to provide Comm. ma-
jors with practical announcing, techni-
cal and writing experience. Another
goal is to inform and entertain feven if
it be by our mistakesj the student
"Now here's Debbie with more on
tonight's lead story . . . "
l'Thank you Tom. Those of you who
watched us last year have probably
noticed at least two major improve-
ments. First, we're cable casting in col-
or. This was made possible by a large
donation of color broadcasting equip-
ment, in addition to the installation of
new equipment, purchased by A.V.
"Second, we're now using a profes-
sional news set, a set which was built
for use in a film shot over the summer.
As for our format, we have added a
live interview to each program as well
as the ability to Iltake" or I'roll" text
lwordsj on the screen.
I'But the most encouraging improve-
ment of all is the enthusiasm with
which each news team works to bring
you this program.
I'Thank you for joining us for this
evening's edition of MBI Today. I'm
Debbie Smith. With me tonight was
Tom Green. Good night!"
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fade studio lights . . . cut audio . . . fade
Left to Right First Row: Phyllis Schorr, Kim
Dobson, Rich Trca Second Row: Andres
Panasuik, Caroline Baiduc, Sonja
Magnuson, Rachel Kendall Third Row: Ed-
win Lam, Dr. Ray Tallman, john Mariner,
lason Cook 1.
Student Missions Fellowship
'The goal of SMF is not just to promote world missions, prayer through prayer focus meetings and concerts
of prayer, enlarged vision through Friday Night Challenge and involvement through our host of special activities,
but most of all to promote obedience to Iesus Christ." We want to walk within the will of God, whether that
means being in America or overseas as a businessperson, musician, teacher, nurse, missionary, pastor or Chris-
tian worker. That was what I said in our first student body chapel on September 10.
SMF's primary desire is to bring students back to the basics-to live holy lives, pray, reach out to a lost and
dying world and be involved in God's program around the world. Prayer has always been central in our activit-
ies. Seventeen prayer focus meetings are held Monday to Thursday nights, to pray for Chicago, and all countries
of the world.
The vision to pray for a nation a day came on the Oregon Coast while I was watching the gigantic waves hit
the rocks. We hope that this vision will continue even long after the present committee has left. Nations prayed
for are scheduled according to the prayer focuses. Seventy nations were prayed for in the Fall and eighty in the
Spring semester. We want to increase awareness of God's Spirit at work in various lands.
Promotion includes posters in every dormitory and the cafeteria, flyers on every floor, pins worn by student
and Missionary Kids, International students wear national costumes of the countries prayed for, reminders occur
in chapel, and faculty members are encouraged to pray for nations before class begins. We may never know
the extent of the influence our prayers have on this world till eternity.
Three Internationals - Andy from Argentina, jason from Canada, and myself from Singapore plus seven Ameri-
cans work with 54 floor representatives and 17 prayer focus leaders, many of whom encourage us by their
dedication and enthusiasm.
Missions giving this semester was targeted towards work against a major threat to Christianity. Three groups
were brought out for selection: Islam, Communism and Secular Humanism. The last one was a choice in view of
the lnstitute's new four-year program which means students will be going into secular colleges and universities to
fulfill their Liberal Arts requirements. Here they will encounter Secular Humanists. International Teams was voted
to receive the targeted amount of 514,000 which will be used to purchase a van to bring Bibles into Eastern
European nations under 'Operation Iron Curtainff A new system of giving was introduced this year with a faith
promise of 51.00 a week for thirteen weeks, with ten percent of the collected amount going into SMF
operations fund. By just forfeiting two cans of pop a week or a night out at the Snack Shop, students would be
able to contribute towards world missions.
Searing pain pierces through your open mind as the dentist's drill interrupts the top-40 countdown from the radio, millions
of people travel out of reality everyday through their TV screens, and waves of printed propaganda push past our mind's eye
every hour. We are endlessly conditioned by the complete infiltration of the arts and communications which touch every area
of our lives, and can either serve or manipulate us in very powerful ways. How tragic it would be if the body of Christ were
to withdraw from uthe evil world outside" and have no voice in the universe that God made and is still in control of. All
creation can be seen as the ultimate work of art from a masterful Creator. These truths and all that we know as believers must
be communicated effectively. The EPIC Club fEvery Person ln Communicationl is building foundations to do just that.
EPIC is designed to provide opportunities for students to get involved in many facets of the arts, media, and other forms of
communication. Many activities will be organized throughout the year ranging from the cultural experiences available in this
city, to something as l'mundane" as entertainment with a classic film showing.
Also, practical instruction and experience will be given in areas like perfor-
mance arts and multi-media presentations. The possibilities are endless and will
prove to be valuable in many ways as we grow to understand and better
communicate the message of GOD.
We had the Lord
Top to Bottom: Bob Dages, Brian Randone, Mike
L0'18in0Wf SQPPO Lahdeahof Pele Flngeff Lame It started with a bang and the padding of cushioned feet on the dirty streets of
Hottinger i Chicago'
But as the miles stretched out, and the day wore on,
We knew who we were.
We had the Lord.
tall buildings as we went by, and we knew who we were.
We had the Lord.
ahead and didn't let anything distract us.
We knew who we were and why.
We had the Lord.
The race ended in a long straightaway toward the finish line.
We surged toward that line with vigor because it was almost over.
They gave us each a yellow-metal prize and a paper cape.
We were so sore,
and it was so cold,
and there were so many people.
But we had the Lord,
And we rejoiced.
Ann Bucy, Shawn Meads, Marti Swatek, Chris McHugh
The course looped past the west side of Moody's school, and we looked at the
As the crowds went by and the mile-markers blurred together, we put our eyes
uBut the Night ls Yet Young . . . "
The night is yet young as I shuffle my way down to North Hall. Funny, I don't look like lim
dressed for working out, the usual North Hall activity. But this family that l belong to is a cre-
ative, artistic bunch that knows me almost too well. Using my special pass key, I enter our
private home up on the third floor, the ARCH's penthouse. Being a bit early, I kick back in one
of our luxury chairs that can only be described as a hand-me-down. Reaching over, l turn on
My solitude lasts about as long as the first song. Within a matter of minutes, sibling rivalry
runs rampant. The demands of producing a book from the ground up weighs heavily on all of
our sweatshirted shoulders. Articles to be written, layouts to be drawn, pictures to be printed,
captions to be creative with . . . and on and on until the air in our cozy office becomes thick
with that npressure produces" type feeling. Finally, someone can't take it anymore, stands up
and declares war on a fellow editor, using an All-Star wrestling move to throw her to the floor.
Screams rip through the air as 'lWalk Like An Egyptian" starts up on the radio and the office is
reduced to masquerading Egyptians. So much for professionalism.
In actuality, our fun never ceases. But all of us on this staff have a deep commitment to this
book. After all, how would you like to give up most of your Friday nights for a semester and a
half? We set down what we wanted to accomplish in a yearbook in September and have
carried our projects through to the end. There weren't even any casualties! This staff is made
up of peers, but we have become a true family, growing together through those late, late
deadline nights and pizza celebrations.
llHey Wen-Wen, can we go home now?"
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Of Dummies and Hot Wax
George Harp Photographer lim Rice Sports Editor Stephany Glanco News Editor lames
Stephany s and lulie s faces reveal it all
Tombstones. Widows. Galleys. Deadlines. Slugs.
Gutters. Which organization at Moody Bible Insti-
tute has such lovely words to describe its oper-
ation? Terms used to describe journalism may not
be the nicest, but the experiences of a young
Moody Student staff have proven useful, stressful,
exhilarating, and sometimes frustrating. The writers
and editors for the 1986-87 campus newspaper
worked to complete a demanding job they felt
was significant for students and faculty.
Here is the scenario: Layout nights always seem
to form a lovefhate relationship between the
editors, photographers, and writers. About six
people struggle to dummy up the coming issue,
scheduled for delivery the next Friday afternoon.
Temperaments ranged from mild to malignant.
llThere's a huge hole on page six. What are we
going to do about it?"
llThat's your problem. l'm going to bed"
llWhat do you mean you're going to bed! This
is your job too, you know."
llRelax," another interjects. lllust stick in a
llBut we don't have any pictures that will look
llThen take some. You have until tomorrow
noon to get it done."
Someone runs hot wax over the wrong side of
a piece of copy. Some laugh. Some don't.
Another says something stupid, and the tension
eases. No one wants to make enemies, but some-
times it's part of the game. Being the boss is rarely
the most pleasant experience.
Feedback from readers was interesting for the
editors-it either brought warm feelings of con-
tentment or raging, burning symptoms of an on-
Newspaper work, even at a Christian school, is
stressful. Often the staff struggled to keep God in
the process. With pressures of deadlines, reader
complaints, and personality conflicts with sources
and staff members, the leadership of the Student
tried to create a product suitable to the campus
community and a product pleasing to Him.
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Thanks for the birthday package. I had a unique day. Of course
we had band rehearsal, which was okay, but everyone seemed tt
forget that it was my birthday. That is, until dinner. After rehearsa
we went down to dinner and sat at the usual spot-the infamo
back right corner. I have never been so embarrassed in all my lifL3
All of a sudden, everybody in band was kneeling on the floor a
around me and calling my name. They've done this before, bu
never quite like this. I stood with some ilhelp" to hear a birthda'
song sung to, well, actually nothing. Everyone sang to a differen
tune. A joke around here is that the band can't sing fof course wt
know differentlyl, so we prove them right.
You know Mom, sometimes I'm not much in the mood to go tc
band, but once I get there and look around at all the friendly face
and start playing the music, the excitement of it all comes to life.
start dreaming about our spring tour to California with its sun, sanc
and sea. Suddenly, all of the extra time, sweat and effort are
worthwhile. It seems like a long time to wait for spring break as the
highlight of band, but l'm finding there's good to be had ir
everything we do. Some people feel that all this work is not wortl
the one hour credit, but hey, itfs more than the half credit we go
last year. There is more to it than credit though. I know the Lord if
The other day we played in chapel for Spiritual Enrichmen
Week. Before going on to play, we all got in a circle to pray
There's just something about playing for people your own age
Mom, I was so nervous like I've never been before. I thought
would drop my instrument, but out of all the audiences we play
for, they are the best.
I was a little worried at the end of last year, knowing we'd lose
many members and have to depend on the freshman class to fil
their places. Throughout my three years, they have shown mor
talent and commitment than any other freshman group. I sense tha
year will be the best.
The Christmas music came out this week, and, of course, we'l
play Sleigh Ride, a favorite for all and a tradition that will never be
broken. When we play it for Christmas chapel, all the students par-
ticipate with their keys and hymn books. Seeing such excitement
and happiness gives us motivation to continue on.
I know this whole letter has only been about the band, but it'
because it means so much to me. l've realized that it's more tharj
just playing an instrument, it's building relationships while using mu-
tual talents to glorify the Lord.
Keep praying for us. I LOVE YOU!
Front Row: Eric Steinberg, jonathan Young, Hen-
ry Hecht, Nadette Alm, Gregg L. Stearns Row 2:
Michael Knight, loanne Hooker, Lori Takacs,
Ardis Nelson, Tina Mogle, Norman Hansen Row
3: Bryan Harrison, Heidi Krahenbuhl, Grace
Lowe, Laura Ernpson, Toni Rice, Kenneth Srnoll
Row 4: Ronald Boger, lulia lames, Suzanne
Carlson, Sharon Briggs, Susan Perry, Steven
Huhta Row 5: Richard Nyberg, Christine Spencer,
Kathy Tully, Rosemary Beach, Tima Whalen,
Matthew Gillum Row 6: David Folkerts, Iodi
White, Elaine Anderson, Lynn Oliver, Dean
Wertz Row 7: lack Stowers, Ronald
Christiansen, Curtis Hopkins, lohn Emmons,
Dwayne Glenn, lames Higley, Paul Stroup
Mr Hecht and his lightning fast conducting Ron and Dwayne-trombone tunes
Front Row: Natalie Merilatt, Karen Buck, Charles
Thompson, Iill Leininger, Rachel Regier Row 2:
Christine Fink, Susan Zimmerman, julie Cionca,
Deborah White, Laura Craner, Carolyn Jones
Row 3: Ruth Kendal, Susan Yager, lennifer
Kizziar, Susan Mielke, Gwen Abell, lane Schell,
Alicia Craner, janet Pollard Row 4: Rebekah Mar-
tin, Beth Coakley, Melody Conard, Lisa
Vanderwerf, Becky Bocnuk, Karen Carmean,
Tracey Hawkes, Lana Darling, lennifer Durham
Row 5: Sharon Morris, Sandra Patterson,
Kimberly Koch, Lisa Wilson, April Pilditch, lanice
Ehrhardt, Caroline Mountz, Catherine Johnson
Row 6: lulie Royce, lill Reehl, LoRen Markell, julie
Lundgren, Lara Probasco, Anna Budai, Kimberly
Lusher Row 7: Yvonne Smith, Shannon Doughty,
Jeanine Trim, Deborah Lima, lill Thompson,
Lucille Zoppina Row 8: Bonnie Harrison, Sarah
Ruben, Virginia Powell, Deanna Winans, Cather-
ine French, Julie Courlas
Great is the Lord!
I IlLet There Be
Below: Warm-up 422: Me-May-Mah-Mo-Mu
This is a stick-up. tAnd all this time they thought this was rehearsallj
For the Women's Clee Club QWCCI, the ques-
tion isn't "Do I want to tour in a music group?"
Rather it's I'Am I prepared to commit myself to 50
plus girls and the conductor, Mr. Charles Thomp-
son, spiritually, musically and socially?"
Commitment is a necessary element for any
kind of group, but it is especially important in a
touring group like the WCC. Our commitment to
Clee is a reflection of our commitment to Christ.
Our purpose is first and foremost to glorify
Cod. We praise Cod with songs like Great is the
Lord and Let There Be Praise, but we also glorify
Him while encouraging believers with songs like
E'en So Lord lesus Quickly Come and The Lord is
The repertoire for WCC is carefully chosen by
Mr. Thompson who selects a variety of styles and
texts which he feels will appeal to different peo-
ple. The lyrics of the song are vital, but just as im-
portant is the quality of voice and instrument
blended together. The discipline required to
achieve excellence is stressed in our constitution.
Our third purpose is social growth. A room full
of 50 plus girls who meet regularly is bound to
promote friendships that help members under-
stand themselves socially and spiritually. The WCC
serves another social purpose: to "promote
Moody Bible Institute in concerts throughout this
country and abroad."
'Therefore we are ambassadors for Christ, as
though Cod were entreating through usp we beg
you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to Cod" 12
Cor. 5:20l. Being ambassadors for the King is the
theme and goal of the WCC this year-and for
good reason. We will be acting as literal ambassa-
dors or representatives of Cod to churches locally
and in other states like Wisconsin, Minnesota and
This summer, however, we will not be packing
all our belongings in readiness for summer vaca-
tion. But we will be packing all right-for the
Carribbean Islands of Bon Aire, Aruba, Curacao
and Venezuela. For three weeks we will, as a
group, be ambassadors of the King to the peoples
of those regions.
April I. Pilditch
Front Row: Rodney Fry, Nancy Vigna, Gerald
Edmonds, Karene Peterson, Timothy Blycker Row
2: Donald MacKay, Elizabeth Peik, Richard Farley,
David Fry, Anna Newbrouh, Erik Parks Row 3:
Debbie Mirza, Erika Metzler, Scott Yingling,
Denise Muston, M. Lee Spahn, Charis Spahn,
Annette Perry Row 4: Synthia Hoeflinger,
Stephen Clifton, Kevin Outland, Karen Love,
Kaye Adams, Paul Copeland, Mark Chase, Kelly
Fosdahl Row 5: Christina Cellan, David Loney,
John Higginbotham, Deborah Murphy, Mark
Doebler, Tracy Achziger, William Graham, Daniel
Gallery, Nancy lseminger Row 6: Gina Streeter,
David Fleming, Bonnie Scheitlin, Jeff Lauby,
Stephen Shickley, Carla Whitacre, Jeffrey Inger-
soll, Deltha Jefferson Row 7: Renee Lineburg,
Daniel Schmidt, Lana Warden, Gerry Vergason,
Judith Murphy, Daniel Roberts, Rene Johnson
Row 8: Karen Pointier, David Trecek, Joanna
Launstein, Jacqueline Marshall, Michael True,
Amy Neswold Row 9: Deborah Smith, Dawn
Solheim, Timothy White, Julie Hiner
Warm-up 113: Me-May-Mah-Mo-Mu
The End Goal
A song is a beautiful thing!
Voices join in full throated melody,
And lift to blend in glorious harmony,
Men's hearts are moved, e'en lifted to ecstasy
With a song, for a song is a beautiful thing.
But when I sing, Lord,
Let it not be for this alone,
Lest fruitless l be when day is done,
Touch Thou my lips, Thy beauty let me see,
And fill my heart with life eternally,
That men may come to know and adore Thee.
Lord, this prayer I bring,
Lord, for Thee l sing!
This is the purpose of the Moody Chorale, or as our theme this year
states: 'lCommunicating Christ through song and life." We are
challenged each rehearsal and concert to follow through in our lives
what we have sung on our lips.
Someone once told me that Moody was a process, a process of
growth and maturity. For me and nearly 60 other MBI students each
year, the Chorale plays a major role in that process. Often others see
our outward ministry-our concerts-without recognizing our inner
community. While it is true that we want to minister to our audiences,
total effectiveness only comes with internal spiritual health.
lesus said that the world would recognize His disciples by their'love
for one another. We in the Chorale want to be recognized as His disci-
ples through our love for each other. Only as our audiences and hosts
see this love among us, will they listen to the message of our songs.
Without such evidence, our music falls on deaf ears and is soon forgot-
My prayer for the Chorale has been, and will continue to be, that its
members will communicate Christ through their songs and their very
lives. l thank God for the privilege of being part of the Moody Chorale
the past three years . . . years of growing and singing of Himl
leff A. Lauby
Ah, those precious rehearsal
Top Row: Keith Arnold, Daniel Musser, Timothy
Knight Row 9: Douglas Simmons, Gregory Barr,
David Ottensmann, Harry Hofman lr., Michael
Wertz Row 8: Bruce DeVries, Richard Iohnson,
Richard Trca, Erik Widholm Row 7: Andrew
Beaty, Donald Smith lr., Wayne Downen, Ronald
Criel, Eric Anderson Row 6: Kirk Gliebe, Kenneth
Taylor, Brian Randone,Christopher Mackintosh,
William Tschiegg Row 5: Larry DeYoung, John
Ganshorn, lohn jackson, Peter McConaghie,
Samuel Wynn, Brian Briggs Row 4: Lyndell Enns,
Alan McElwee, Troy Lewis, Eldon Marks, Kenneth
Mayne Row 3: Stephen Rosenberger, Brent
lnion, jonathan Lehmann, David Ortman, Nathan
Anderson, Thomas Appel Row 2: Andrew
Schmutzer, Timothy Chavers, Chris Beyer, Brian
Maurseth, Shawn Loewen Row 1: Gerald Ander-
sen, Robert Iler, Patrick Anders
Warm Up 31: Mommy made me
mush my M8tM's . . .
Mr. Iler demonstrates his light touch in directing.
otes of Unity
I am a note. I sit on a page of music waiting to
be sung. I am a rather small note, and, therefore,
not too significant. But without me, the song
wouldn't be quite the same. I'm not outstanding
myself, but when l'm put together with all the oth-
er notes, we become beautiful music and touch
the hearts of many people. Oh, I've seen many
reactions to the song I am a part of, tears and
laughter. l've seen looks of sorrow and looks of
So it is with each member of the Men's Glee
Club. In and of ourselves we are insignificant. Not
all of us have the voices of soloists. But when we
come together as a unified group of men, we min-
ister to people. We are men with a song. And that
song is jesus Christ. Most of our songs are about
Him and what He has done in our lives. He is the
source of our joy, He is the One who calms our
fears, He is the reason we sing.
God has brought each member of the 1986-87
Men's Glee Club together for a purpose. That
purpose is to glorify His name. We come from dif-
ferent backgrounds, but we have the same goal,
to direct people's thoughts to Him and to tell
them that He is worthy of our praise and theirs.
that full sound in
, AZ Mm
Having survived your first year, you have un-
doubtedly noticed that there are a few items in
your possession or some places close by that
are more preious to your soul than others. To
help you remember, here's a little list of 'sur-
-The Moody Express falias l.D.J Card-don't
go to the bookstore without it.
-Caffeine, in all its various forms.
- l's-for those nights when Food Service
doesn't cook like Mom does fnot that they
-Pillow-used for much more than just sleep-
ing fstudying, door prop, etc.J.
-lam Box fportable cassette playerl-your
prized possession and the source of work
duties or fines.
-Mrs. Field's Cookies-when Mom doesn't
come through with the care package.
-Send money cards-subtle hints to drop to
-Ryrie Study Bible-how to identify freshmen
lupperclassmen carry Thinlinesj.
-Reebok hi-tops-for those spare moments
you have to exercise.
-Popcorn popper-late night source of nutri-
-Typewriter-good way to get friends and in-
-Calendar-to prove to yourself that you do
know what's going on.
-Post-it Notes-to leave your roomie funny
-A case of Liquid Paper-it's hard to type at 2
-Notebook and Pen-face it, someday you'll
-Strong's Concordance-for those EBS and
-Highlighters-fun things to play with when
you're trying to convince yourself that you
understand what you're reading.
-Phone Directory-you know why.
-Deodorant-how to keep your friends.
By no means comprehensive, and not
applicable to all, but in general, pretty much
true. Let next year's freshmen look at this to
help them through their adjustment stage.
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Magandang Umago Po!
'Manila-the city of man," Ionathan sighed, and it was
true. Open sewers, heavy diesel fumes, less than fragrant
trash heaps, and acrid outdoor markets all reflected man's
strivings. They said that eleven-million people lived in this city,
less than one-tenth the size of Chicago. Looking out over the
masses from the public light rail station, I could easily believe
it. 'lHow will I capture this experience for others?" I thought. I
knew the paradox was indescribable. Sudden claustrophobia
overcame me as I pressed against the crowds. My stomach
twisted and fell as I looked in helplessness at the poverty, and
the extreme heat left me melted at the end of the day-but I
"Magandang umaga-po!" I greeted Pat the next Monday
morning, and he laughed at my Americanized tagalog. As I
collected my notes for the upcoming radio show, I smiled. I
loved Manila because I had started one person at a time.
llOne minute Celeste," Pat reminded me. I cleared by throat,
IIA very good morning to you from Manilla . . . "
Allah Akbar .
I will never forget the first morning I woke up to the prayer
call ringing across the country of Morocco. This was real, my
presence in a foreign country as a 'missionary" was no long-
er a dream. God had let me see and experience another part
of His world.
One of the most memorable times of the trip was spent at
the Children's Haven in Morocco. Arab and Berber orphans
branded our hearts as we took part in their everyday lives. I
saw the hope of lesus Christ become a part of a country that
denies Him as Lord and God. And teaching Sunday School
had a new meaning as I taught in a place where such activit-
ies are not allowed.
Our time in Morocco was too short, but God had further
plans to stretch and teach us in Belgium, Paris, and England.
Our minds were stretched by the study of Islam, and our
lives challenged as we put our books and lectures into prac-
tice in a variety of ministries Ito the Muslimsl, I found the
powers of the oppressor to be real, a very big part of Islam,
therefore, our reliance upon God was a must.
My heart became softened and filled with love for a peo-
ple who are so unlike myself. This was a direct result of a
friendship I established with three Pakistani girls in England. I
experienced first hand, a small part of the Muslim culture, the
highlight of my summer.
However, though all my experiences are unforgetable, one
primary lesson that God taught me will remain with me for
life. It is not the amount of souls I reach, but my faithfulness
and obedience to Him that count.
I Yvonne Yost
Growing Pains in
Two newborn infants with tetanus infections from contami-
nated cutting of the umbilical cord were admitted. One cord
had been cut with a bamboo stick by a village midwife.
A mother was admitted with pregnancy toxemia. She had
already begun to have seizures, and the baby had to be de-
livered if both mother and infant were to live. The Caesarean
section resulted in a viable healthy baby boy, for the boy's
Muslim father, this was joy incomparable.
A hospital guard developed a circulatory disease involving
his foot. The great toe had already turned black, and in a
matter of time, it would fall off. Surgery was performed, but
to someone who did not understand the healing processes of
the body, I wasn't surprised to see him return one day
without the protective layer of skin on the front of his foot.
The village herbal doctor had lltreated" his patient.
It is said that in a child's adolescence, he will probably ex-
perience growing pains as the bone structures stretch
upwards to a predetermined height, so it is with Bangladesh,
the country northeast of the Indian border.
As the plane flew into Dhaka, I saw the swollen rivers dot-
ted with open dug-out boats, mud huts with thatched roofs
nestled among lush green tropical vegetation, and bamboo
carts laboriously drawn by oxen.
To the north of Dhaka lay the 35-bed LAMB Hospital
where, as a Registered Nurse, I taught nursing and English,
and led Bible study sessions. Here were opportunities not
only for medical administration, but also for evangelism and
discipleship. It was these opportunities, the tetanus-infected
babies, the pregnant mothers and ignorant Bengalis that made
it difficult for me to leave Bangladesh. When one Bengali
woman said to me, llPlease hurry and come back to us," I
knew I would.
A lapanese Zacheus
My greatest discovery in Iapan was an unwrapped gift God
gave me many years ago-the English language. I vividly re-
member watching some japanese students diligently learning
to speak English two weeks before I started teaching my own
English class. It thrilled me to see students approximately half
way around the world trying to speak a language that comes
naturally to me.
During my summer in Iapan I lived with a Japanese pastor
and his family. The main room of their church functioned as a
sanctuary, meeting room, classroom for English lessons and
my bedroom! Through textbooks, drama, games and God-
given creativity, I tried teaching English.
It was hilarious watching my Bible class students try to dra-
matize, in English, the story of jesus meeting Zaccheus. With
script in hand and bending low to portray Zaccheus, Hero,
one of my students, made his way through the other stu-
dents, representing the crowd, to see jesus. To see jesus,
Hero alias Zaccheus, climbed the sycamore tree ala chair! We
thoroughly enjoyed that dramatic English lesson amidst the
fun and laughter . . .
Besides teaching English, I had many opportunities to
observe and participate in the culture and lifestyle of the lap-
anese firsthand, and to establish meaningful friendships. Prior
to this summer, Iapan was just another country on the map.
Today, it's still another country on the map, but a country I
can call l'home."
UITTTTTEI' IITIS FIGS
In Search of Truth
I gazed intently out the window as the plane taxied down
the runway and took off. As the islands faded in the distance,
so too my thoughts drifted to the past six weeks in Hong
Kong with Youth With A Mission. Six weeks of teaching Eng-
lish, caring for street people and most of the time, doing
street evangelism. Days and nights were spent in parks and
shopping center plazas using drama, music, and mime to
communicate to the people a message of love, hope, and
forgiveness through jesus Christ.
Pictures flooded my mind. Images of fried rice, Buddhist
temples and open markets intermingled. As I recalled the pre-
vious weeks, my thoughts focused and fixed themselves on
one man: Kwong.
He was sitting on the ground watching intently as we per-
formed. He caught my attention because I had seen him at a
previous open-air meeting. At the close of our meeting, our
group dispersed, and I hurried through the crowd to Kwong.
I extended my hand in a gesture of friendship, but he did not
respond. Feeling awkward, I sat on the ground next to him
and started talking. Kwong was expressionless, almost hard.
When the opportunity arose, I told Kwong about the God
who created the universe and made us.
ul don't believe in God, and I think we came from apes,"
Kwong interrupted me. 'You cannot prove there is a God." I
agreed with him. I'l'm not here to prove there is God. No
one can prove that. God isn't something you put in a box
and say, 'Here is God,"' I told Kwong. "But l'm here to tell
you what I've found to be the truth."
We talked till the sky began to darken and then arranged
to meet again. As I started to leave, Kwong extended his
hand to me.
We met several times after that first meeting. The night be-
fore l left Hong Kong, I handed Kwong a Chinese Bible. On
the front page l had a friend write in Chinese: IITo my friend
Kwong. As you search for the truth, may you find it in jesus
Christ. From your friend, Roger."
Here in Chicago my thoughts and prayers daily take me
back to Hong Kong and her people. And Kwong. Two things
I ask of Ciod: that Kwong will believe in jesus Christ and that I
will be able to return to Hong Kong.
Dr. Livingstone, I Presume
A storm rumbled forebodingly in the distance. The warm,
gentle, breeze brought darkness early to the African land-
scape. As I looked out the window my eyes soaked in the
vastness of the green, rolling hills, turning somewhat grey in
the dull dusk. Here and there the light, kelly-green grass was
spotted by the darker green of mango, lemon and hardwood
trees. Barely visible across a shallow valley, small settlements
dotted the hillside, bearing the land of the Kakwa people.
Their small brown, grass-covered huts huddled together as if
seeking protection from the coming storm.
Tribal Africa is a challenge to the senses. I not only tasted
fried ants and fufu, but also felt the chills and aches accompa-
nying malaria. I stayed with lean Robinson, a missionary with
Africa Inland Mission for over 40 years, during my six weeks
I helped lean with typing, preparation of Bible school mate-
rials and other paperwork. lean worked round the clock and
was involved in teaching, preparing lessons, counseling and
other tasks. The station of Adi, where Iena lives is a Bible-
school station with approximately fifty nationals, their families
and five missionaries, the sort of place you only get into and
out of by MAF planes.
I was fortunate to see the work at three other stations in
Zaire, including a jungle station. I felt like Dr. Livingston as we
walked through the rain forest to visit a pygmy tribe. The for-
est was thick and wet, and we walked for approximately an
hour before we finally reached a small pygmy settlement of
one-room huts constructed from banana leaves.
Of the many lessons I learned, the most valuable was how
to laugh. lean kept my partner and me in stitches from begin-
ning to end. I learned how important it was to laugh at myself
whatever the ministry. On a few occasions I was frustrated at
my inability to understand the language, but as I learned to
laugh at my attempts, I began to enjoy myself.
I have no overpowering desire to return to Africa, but I do
have a desire to pray. With the summer's experience behind
me, I am now better able to pray for lean and other mission-
aries, for Adi and other ministries going on in that vast,
Below: Front Row: Deb Schroeder, Lisa
Cleveland, Tammy Naylor, lim Shoberg Back
Row: Anne Reid, Stephany Glanco
'My Shoe-String's Knotted."
Illim, lim!" called Ricky.
I had just dropped him and his sisters off at their house
after an evening at Bible Club. I was only a block away when
a short stocky figure came running toward me.
I'What do you want?" I said.
Ulim, my shoe-string's knotted," Ricky said dismally.
IIO.K.," I sighed, 'Iput your foot out."
As I bent down to untie the knotted-up lace I thought,
"Doesn't this kid know l've got to do homework tonight?'f I
could feel my back wet with sweat from carrying the children
who had taken turns getting a piggy-back ride. I was impa-
tient but didn't let it show.
USO Ricky, what are you going to do tonight?" I asked.
"Nothing" Ricky said, and then mumbled something I
I'What did you say Ricky?" I felt his little fingers ruffling
through my hair while I untied the knots in his shoe. 'lWhat
did you say?"
III wish you could live with us lim." His voice was quiet but
III wish I could too," I said, humbled.
We never know when we will be used.
Affecting a Life
Romane always hides under the table when I come. His
friends point in his direction, and I duck to see his happy head
and shy smile. Then he runs off somewhere while I get the
supplies together for the evening. He likes a magazine with
pictures. He likes computers, cars, and Transformers. If we
find a picture he likes, he writes some sentences about it. He
hates to read, but if I find a story about a policeman he will
push himself to get through it because he wants to be one.
He is learning his "times-tables" so I find some flashcards.
When we seem to be making no progress and I am frustrated
with the whole thing, he surprises me. l'Six times three,
Romane." "Eighteen!" UAII right!"
He can't sit for very long. He likes to get me coffee and
then share it with me. He is disappointed if I only want black.
He feels grown up when the other boys come around with
shocked faces. 'lCoffee??" When the workers bring his
chocolate milk and cookies he hides the milk and tries to ask
for more. Once he tried to hide two in his jacket to take
He remembers everything I tell him about me. Things I for-
got I told him, he remembers: how much I weigh, my phone
number, my plans after Moody. On the day before Martin
Luther King Ir.'s birthday we were talking about the dates we
were born. He brightened up and said that Rev. King was
born in 1938.
I start to clean up the mess we have made. "Are you still
going to leave Chicago after this year? I don't want another
tutor!" he whines. I put one arm around him and juggle the
supplies in the other, and we walk to the game closet togeth-
er. A boy carries a Twister game with only smiling whites pic-
tured on the cover in contorted positions on the polka dot
Romane runs out the door and down the street calling
after his cousin. I walk home in the dingy wetness.
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I'STINK!l" I cry in my early morning stu-
por. In my hands I hold my last two pair
of hose. Putting my hand inside the toe, I
pull the nylons over my fingers only to
find a large run in each pair. 7:30 a.m., no
time to run to a store, and besides that,
'IOkay, let's be resourceful." Fumbling
through my desk, I find a dull pair of
sissors. Scrutinizing the ruined leg, I cut
doggedly at the stubborn material. To my
despair, I notice that I have cut the left leg
from both pairs of hose.
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make it fit the right leg, I pull it on only to
notice black heel marks on the top of my
foot. Next step, turn it inside out. Finally, I
have only one leg ready for class-back-
ward and inside out. The next leg slips on
easily, since it stays facing front and right
side out. However, as I pull the IInormal"
side up, I tear a hole in the thigh. "Ch
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backbone as the double elastic band cuts
my waist. The remnants of the missing
legs roll tightly around the top of my
thigh. No matter how hard I tug, I can't
get either piece to loosen its grip, and the
hole in the left leg is running its own foot
race. Both legs lose circulation. Dizzy and
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I don't know if it's the world's influence on my life or what, but there are some days that I don't
I enjoy wearing socks. In a search to discover why MBI requires the presence of socks on its students'
feet, I checked one of the most widely read books on campus besides the Bible, the Moody Student
Life Guide. The life guide states that a student's dress should be becoming of a Christian leader. To be a
good Christian leader one needs leadership skills, knowledge of the Bible, and a nice wardrobe, which
There is no doubt in my mind that socks are important. A student's dress must reflect modesty. MBI's
administration cannot have men's ankles exposed in public. Think of all the people that might stumble if
socks are not worn. Certainly love is the greatest reason of all to wear socks. I hope I can find a clean
pair for tomorrow . . .
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I walked outside our plush, white hotel
and sat beside another senior. She handed
me an invisible microphone and said, 'This is
NBC News, and the question we're trying to
answer is 'have you found fun yet?' "
Have you found fun yet? i
l thought about it a moment. The first day
here we played mud volleyball, then football
'fin the marshy gresspsoaking ourselvesflike
dirty sponges and watching the water in the
grass spray up like ocean waves every time
someone got tackled. Of course, water not
only soaked the grass, but we also had a
whole lake to ourselves. We canoed isome
people thought a canoe would float better
upside downl, raced our paddleboats, froze
our toes as we swam in the frothy lake-did
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mal ceremonies and how 'God loves you!
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"I know!" we shouted.
Before we'd caught up on our sleep from
the Mayer test and Nevin paper we'd spent
allinight before senior retreat on, the last
night of retreat arrived. That's when I sat be-
side the "NBC News" reporter outside our
plush asked -the prodigious
question, "Have you found fun yet?"
As if the afore-mentioned activities
weren't enough, we looked around for
more fun. A quick search of the grounds got
us caught in the middle of a huge 'lamoeba
blob" with ten legs, a water fight of trash
buckets filled with frosty lake water, esca-
pades to the mysterious cross tower, and
the "transparency group's" late night l're-
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We stood shivering in the cool April evening as
shocking gusts from the lake penetrated our jackets
and chilled our bones. With our feet planted in the
hard sand and our arms locked into each other's, we
sang and laughed. We are a family. Nine months be-
fore we had been strangers with name tags, thrust
together on an idiotic llget-acquaintedf' walk, now
we were family.
In my freshman naivete I didn't know what a
brother-sister floor was. I was painfully shy my first
week at Moody and I weakened at the thought of
being required to meet 35 girls in one shot. They
were nice, I guess, but kind of old. I sat at the bro-sis
table for lack of a better place and went through the
llWhere are you from?" routine ad nauseum. But,
once the semester began and the work accumulated,
a new appreciation grew within me. lust when
school became unbearable, a candy bar arrived from
a secret sister, or a sister called to go on a walk. Bro-
sis activities were no longer drudgery, they were
much needed blow-off time.
Beneath the surface activities, a bond grew. I real-
ized that the brother-sister floor was a gift-set of
friends. All I needed to do was get to know them.
They were sort of a short-term set of relatives. Like
in real family, there were some I didn't get along
with, and in a few cases, a lasting friendship devel-
I needed the bro-sis format as a freshman. I need-
ed the security of knowing where to sit at meals, the
encouragement from a secret sister, and the mental
release of a bro-sis volleyball game.
Only 25 of 70 of us stood on the beach that chilly
April evening. We were the ones who needed
friendship and support. We stood there as a brother-
sister floor and as a family because we had worked
at it, and had succeeded.
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A beautiful ugliness was my freshman description of Chicago. After three years it hasn't
changed much. I love the city, I love the old stone buildings rising proudly next to flashy mod-
ern designs, the horse drawn carriages walking beside shiny, spotless sports cars, the throngs of
people and endless lines of traffic that keep the city moving. I love the fogged skyline that
makes all the buildings one size and the water that separates you from the rest of the world.
While in Chicago almost no other place exists. The fast-paced city style captures its inhabitants
and sweeps them into its ever spinning grove.
The Chicago experience is endless. It opens a world of museums, restaurants, music, ballet,
and stage plays. Street corners are endlessly varied, holding break dancers, storytellers, or
trumpet players. Each experience broadens your world and enriches your understanding.
I hate Chicago. I hate the unbreakable walls surrounding so many people. I hate what makes
them walk fast with a firm jaw and hard eyes, I hate seeing a man fish for his lunch in a garbage
can or a young girl cry while mom and dad argue that llit's not my turn to take her, you take
her." I hate being careful where I walk, having to have an escort. Sometimes I scream to be
free. The separation from a simple world threatens to engulf me.
When I look on the city from the Iohn Hancock, I see the beauty of the lights against the
blackened sky, the masses of people and the design of its broad shoulders. With relief I know
that when God looks upon this city, He sees past the masses, past the ever varying face the
city wears. He sees to the heart of Chicago-its people. He see every heart, pain, desire and
need. He deals with them individually. God loses no one in the throngs.
When I leave Chicago, I will take from it what I have learned. I will remember with pleasure
the beauty of its experience and will remember with tenderness the pain of its people.
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body tense and the sweat begin to bead on her
forehead. She bolted upright, stifling a cry. As her
roommate rolled over in bed, she slid to the floor,
to her knees, the prayer already forming on her
lips. I listened to her cry her heart out to God, and
I was moved for her. She slipped back into bed
with a peace on her face only God could have
As I looked elsewhere inside myself, I watched
another girl reach over to turn off her alarm,
hopping from her bed and flicking it off all in one
smooth motion. As she stretched and walked to
the sink, a smile and song bubbled from her lips.
She grabbed her shampoo and towel and skipped
to the shower.
In the room next door, a girl heard her skipping
and groaned out a response. I almost chuckled as
she crawled from her bed to the sink, but as al-
ways, I kept my face as straight as a wall. She
shoved her mass of hair out of her face, peered
into the mirror, shoved it back and went again to
her bed. Not to make it, but to get into it, pulling
the covers up over her head.
So many different types of girls, so many of
God's kids, all so young. I feel old, but l've been
here almost 40 years. It feels like l've been here
forever when I look back.
Sometimes it's kind of lonely during the day, ev-
eryone is in such a hurry. Blow-dryers whirring,
clothes scattered everywhere, doors slamming,
elevator buttons pushed with vim and vigor,
somehow making the elevator Ucome a little
faster." Girls are so funny. Don't they realize I can
only move the elevators so fast?
I think I like night time the best. I feel like I come
alive again. Mornings are amusing, but the nights
are when I really get to know the girls. I listen to
them talk, get to know the 'real" them.
Some of these girls never let down their walls,
except for me. I see a lot of tears, hear a lot of
prayers, and see large amounts of junk food being
consumed. But I also see their quiet time, when
they break down before God and really open up
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hopes and dreams. Some of these girls only want
marriage, others only careers, some only wish to
be in God's will.
I am Houghton Hall, I don't care how they dress
or eat or pray because they are my girls. A few of
these girls are mine for only a few weeks, most
for two or three years. They're my girls, I know
them better than most others and plan to know
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used to Dryer Hall has nuances to which one must
adapt Its most endearing feature is its distance from
the main campus and the security and warmth of its
tunnels ln the summer the distance provides for a
refreshing walk which most of the tunnel rats nev
er find time for. But in the winter every morning
becomes a journey through the frozen tundra. A
Dryer resident is easily identified in the breakfast line
by the crystals dangling from his eyebrows. If the
snow doesn't get him in the winter, the rain will am-
bush him in the summer. Victims of torrential
downpours are most easily recognized by their wet
hair and fogged-up glasses. All things considered, life
is good Hin" Dryer.
What Dryer lacks in aesthetic value it makes up for
in unique personalities, For instance, at the far end of
Dryer One lives Willy Katz. On any given day you
can hear him singing at the top of his lungs "Don't
Cry For Me Argentina" as he hammers away at his
Atari 130XE computer. On Dryer Two lives Eric
Steinberg who doesn't sing HDon't Cry For Me Ar-
gentinaf' but blows his shofar at sunset the owns an
Epson 13001. On Dryer Three are no known comput-
ers, but the smell of Mario's chicken soup has its resi-
dents salivating regularly. After Mario's last cooking
spree, it took several days to clean the kitchen.
The most notable occurance on Dryer floors is the
impromptu sumo wrestling matches. lf you don't get
crushed on the way to the elevators, you're qualified
for the 'Olympic try-outs." lf you're not squashed
between the bodies slamming against the wall, you'll
more than likely be picked off by a stray Uhackey
sack" flying by.
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"You women are now elite members of the
few, the proud the Smith Hall residents.
However, should you fail to live up to this proud
heritage you will be requested to move back to
l'No! No! Please anything but that!" we cried.
'Not back to community bathrooms, no air-condi-
tioning, the street noise, the plaza noise, the
sounds of moronic freshmen at 1:00 in the
morning, and the sentries at the desk! Please No!"
So, aware of the honor and privilege bestowed
upon us, we ventured out into the world, head
held high, to find that the student body saw us in
a different light.
IlYou moved into the Old Maid's Home?" they
asked. "ls it really as boring as they say?" Or IIThe
Nursing Home, eh? I hear they keep the old girls
close to Health Service on purpose, ljust in case'
Well, old age has its benefits. A TV for two
floors, central air conditioning, a laundry-room for
two floors, and an elevator so close to Torrey-
Gray that we can sneak a nap in after Chapel . . .
But I've found that the real joys of living in
Smith Hall don't come from the creature comforts.
The joy has come from knowing and living with
the women of Smith. I don't know how I sneaked
in among them, but they are a handpicked lot.
They are loving, friendly, sensitive, and yes, ma-
ture fwhatever that meansl. With the higher
international student ratio, I have gotten to know
people from Singapore, Tanzania, Rumania, China,
japan, Mexico, Portugal . . .
Also, these lold ladies' have been around-they
know where to get the best pizza. When I hear
someone say that Smith Hall is boring, I tell myself,
'lthey just haven't been around!"
'Pveqgiit a five? of life . "
Dan. Appiebii A'.'
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My Apologies, Dr. Culby
I remember once having a discussion with a visiting
prof who disliked our referring to Culbertson Hall as
'lCuIby." Disrespectful, he said it was. He had known
Dr. Culbertson personally and felt irritated by our al-
most discourteous use of a short form in place of the
But what he did not understand is that Culbertson
Hall is more to us than just a building dedicated to
one of our past presidents. lt's our home. For three
years we've lived here. It has a personality all its
own: a relaxed, informal, Cod-glorifying personality
that is perfectly embodied in the name, "Culby"
ln this building, six-hundred of us every year learn
lessons frequently more elusive than what we've
found in class. VVe've discovered here how thin the
walls are between the rooms, and how thick they
can be between our hearts. We've seen the intrica-
cies and subtleties that mark emotional expression in
the male psyche, and we've watched those barriers
fall under constant pressure from Cod. We've been
through floor meetings, homework, marshmallow
fights, fire drills, and flagpolings, and they've shown
us how to laugh, to live and to listen. Somewhere in
there we've even had time to make a few friends.
So, I'm sorry Dr. Culbertson: I don't mean to be
disrespectful. This building will always be llCulby" to
George lan Bowles
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aglow with the new day. Brisk exercise and a cold
shower clear the remnants of sleep from his mind.
As a cold steel blade removes the shadows of
yesterday's battles, he reviews the tasks ahead.
He quickly and meticulously dresses, caring for ev-
ery detail. After a cup of coffee, he takes to the
He handles the expressway like Mario Andretti,
rehearsing his memory verses and singing choruses
of praise. After a pleasant commute, he parks his
car and strolls across the plaza to his first class. He
is just a bit early in hopes of a lively discussion
about the hypostatic union with his professor.
He is an academic dynamo, defender of truth,
justice and the married way of life. He is the OFF-
CAMPUS MOODY STUDENT.
How often I have wished it was just that way!
But, after three years, reality has taken a much dif-
ferent form. The alarm blasts me from my sleep,
and I peel myself from the walls of my bedroom.
Lifting myself into the tub is the only morning ex-
ercise I can afford. As I shave, carefully trying to
avoid removing any identifying features, like 2
nose or ear, I try to forget yesterday. In fact, I just
try to remember what day it is.
Desperately late, I search for my briefcase and
head out of the door. I try to break onto the
Eisenhower, but it has magically turned into a
parking lot. Hoping to salvage the morning, I try
singing some familiar choruses. I am halfway
through llHeaven came down . . . when I notice
that the kids in the car next to me are laughing at
I finally arrive at Moody only to find all the
spaces occupied. Frantic, I leave my car in the visi-
tor's lot and race to class, hoping I don't run into
my professor, because I don't even know what
dispensationalism is. Such is the day-to-day exis-
tence of the commuting Moody student.
There have been many times in the 11,000
miles I have commuted to school that I wonder
why God brought me here. I could have learned
Systematic Theology other places. There are op-
portunities at other schools, why did God bring
Living off-campus has shown me that the daily
circumstances of living are not very important. Ev-
ery student has the same troubles in one way or
another. We are late for classes, miss assignments,
and overcut classes. But if we allow these to deter
us from the real purpose of being here, we fail.
Paul said that the things he suffered he counted
as lost in the light of the immeasurable glory of
knowing lesus Christ. That's what Cod taught me
at Moody, to live with an eye to the future, com-
mitted to Him, and expecting His return, no matter
what the circumstances.
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Left to Right: First Row: Blake Shaw, Paul Harshbarger, Carl Sonnichsen, Don
MacKay, Mark King, C. Brian Carroll Second Row: Ken Pitcher, Rick Farley, Chris
Clinch, Chuck Connors, Roger Heide Third Row: Bryan O'Neal, Matt Schneider,
Chuck Fry, Mike Goulet, Chris Schellenberg Fourth Row: Brian Sinclair, lohn Reaser,
Greg Chisolm, Kevin Whitford, Tom Scheck
Mike Goulet does his homework in a big way.
On Being an R.A.
What is an R.A.? Have you ever tried explaining
it to someone who has never lived in a dormi-
tory? Most people's simple definition would be,
IIThey're the ones who enforce the rules." Actual-
ly Iand thankfullylj this is only a very small part of
being an R.A.
Being an R.A. is practical training in flexibility and
adaptability! Depending on the circumstance, an
R.A. may be expected to act out any number of
roles. An R.A. functions as a plumber when
showers and sinks clog, a mechanic when vacuum
cleaners break, an electrician when lights don't
work, a nurse when people get sick, a librarian
when books are needed the night before a paper
is due, a storekeeper when people forget they
need a scantron for their 8:00 exam, and much
more. It has often been said that the R.A. position
is a job without a time-clock.
But being an R.A. is more than a job, it is a min-
istry. The rewards far outweigh the difficulties.
There is no greater fulfilment than to be involved
in peoplefs lives and to see them grow. As an R.A.
l've learned very practically what it means to
rejoice with those who rejoice and to weep with
those who weep. There were times when I didn't
think I had it in me to meet the needs of the girls
on my floor the way I should, but those were the
times when God worked. Again and again He has
brought to my mind Psalm 73:26, UMy strength
and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of
my heart and my portion forever." In the midst of
pressured living, God always offers a place of qui-
et refuge and refreshment.
Lett to Right: First Row: Yvonne Yost, Melanie Bernard, Toni Rice Second Row: Brenda
Schrotenboer, lulie Burkholder, loanna Launstein, Gina Streeter, ludi Bickett Third Row:
loann Moss, Deb Fahnestock, Deb Fish, Liz Stern, Wendy VanRavenswaay Fourth Row:
Wendy Elvord, Tami Stordahl, lennifer Brown, Becky Baron, Linda Merle
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7:30, bright and early, time to get to work.
l'll count the money, read the log, until things go bezerk.
I try to do things all in order, one on one, and then,
Someone wants to borrow my one and only pen.
'ISure l'll take that guest form and the money too.
uYou have no money, what a shame, l'II work it out for
We try to help most everyone, whenever there's a need.
But we have a few small rules, which I hope you'll heed.
Please don't use tape on the walls, it's real hard to get off.
And don't you ever pet the fish or your hand will get cut
A smile's most important and quite needful too,
Especially after midterms when everyone is blue.
A locked door never holds us back, we have the key you'll
And when you get those flowers, our vases are at hand.
IIThree loads of laundry, what a job, I'm sure you'll need
and giving coins for dollar bills we always can arrange.
When you out overnight, it's us you'll want to see.
just fill out your departure card and tell us where you'll be.
Ask us any question, the answer you will get.
And if by chance we just don't know, we'II find the an-
There's still a lot more that we do, but I am out of time,
To tell you all about it would take a lot more rhyme.
A deskworker's job is so important, and this you all should
So the next time you're around the dorm, stop in and say
The C.P.O. Story
l'I wish CPO tCentral Post Officej would be open on
Saturday," said a senior. Illt was more convenient when
the mail came to the dorms. I work until 5:00. If I get a
package slip, I have to wait until the next day to pick my
Some students have been inconvenienced by having to
go to CPO to get their mail. Others, however, make an
excuse to go for a walk or to meet people. It has become
another 'hangout" like Culby 2 or Houghton 1.
A junior said, I'Everything is now more centralized, but I
like having the message board where the mail boxes used
to be. It's fun to be able to check my mail box and the
Mrs. lenny Matthews, a CPO clerk for 14 years sees the
change as a ministry. UI feel that the change is just great,"
she said. NI intend to try to keep it a ministry. I don't have
the time to minister as I would like to because I have to sell
stamps, etc, and I'm not as free as I used to be with my
time, because of the bulk of the work. Before, I just took
care of the needs of the students in Smith." Now she sees
So for some students the change has been an
inconvenience, but for others it's a great way to see peo-
ple they know, and it gives them something to do after
chapel. Well, at least for now, CPO is going to stay in the
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Remembering the True Calling
'1'You're"sitting ini a srnatlf cold boat, on ia cold metal raill ' " ,
Your hands smelt like fish, your ciothes smell like fish.
The only thing that doesnt srnetl Itke fish is the ftshbasket, which is, of course, empty. V A
'Then the person that is 'sitting next to you turns and hands you ia been and says 'tweltg lite doesnt get any better than
this." Welt, I dont know about you, but this is where I wake up screaming from a horrible nightmare. I
ivlany of you wili recognize that scenario as a TV commercial. Every time i see that cotttmercial Ll havean overwheiming
desire to '-throw something at the-TV because 1 know that iust about anything isfbetter than fishing tate' at nightj
But a couple of weeks ago l found out iust what life doesnt get any better than.
Picture this. my , . , .Q A I
You've had a hard day at school.
You've been running non-stop since you left schooi to get ready for Young Life camp.
Since yotive been at camp you've been working in the kitchen, serving and cleaning up after S00 high schoolers.
its now 2 o'ciock in the morning. ' '
Your clothes are soaked, your shoes squish with every Step you take. Ali have gone to bed and you're iett mopping the
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Well, life doe-sn't get any better than this!
Now maybe that doesnt sound like the good life to you, but two weeks ago i was there, and at two in the morning with
soggy shoes, mop in hand it was great.
The week before l had been asked if I wanted to be the ieader of a work crew. Weil, I wasn't too excited becaosei would
rather foilow than lead any day. But no one else could go so I said sure. l'm so gtad I did, while there E was reminded why I
are here at Moody Aviation. Six years ago when 1 first applied to Moody it wasn't for a wonderfui career in aviation, it
wasn't for the praise that E would get for my good deedsg it was because I love working behind the scenes doing iobs that
free others to do theirs better. I don't want to preach - it makes me sweat, it makes my hands shake. Teaching is gust about
the same. Evangelism, well 2 know what l want to say, but it rarely makes it from my brain to my mouth with the same
force and impact. 1-lowever, l know of a lot of other people who can do those things and do them well. It breaks my heart
to think of those people traveling for months in a dugout canoe or, for that matter, mopping a floor ati atone when they
could be spending time with peopte who need to hear their words of life, who need their time and attention.
For over three years now l've been studying to be a MiSSlONARY. l've been studying to be a ?ll.OT. But I was slowly
forgetting why i was here. I was getting worried that I was not going to be the super-duper wonderful Missionary Pilot t
was training to be. But at 2 o'clock in the morning, soaking wet, with soggy shoes and mop in hand i remembered, and Z
stopped worrying because the words missionary and pliot faded into the background. l remembered the reason that I'm
here, No matter where l go or what I do I am and always will be just a servant.
Left: You can run but you can't hide-Rob Ringel
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Testing, testing, one, two, three,
An automobile, cruising at
travels 88 feet in one second. A trusty
Cessna Skyhawk, cruising at 104 knots,
or about 120 mph, goes 176
feet in a
second. A modern North America air-
liner can speed its fragile cargo along at
the speed of a .45 caliber bullet. And in
order to leave the grip of earth's
gravity, a space vehicle must reach es-
cape velocity of over six miles a sec-
ond. But, incredibly, it
Missionary Aviation candidate
years to travel the journey
Chicago and Elizabethton.
Five years is a long time.
purpose of these five years
gain distance, but to prepare.
ture of things which endure
takes time to prepare them.
ta k e s a
a full five
is not to
is that it
tree doesn't grow up overnight. Stu-
dents are not here just for education,
but rather to prepare for the Master's
service. Serving hearts, serving minds,
serving hands-may the reflection that
is seen in us be only the image of a
compassionate and loving God.
Yeah, but you should've seen the other plane! jeff Sprecher
Above: Sometimes the sparks really fly around here- lon Raney
Left: Dandy Andy Ott
loel Bolthouse Charles Broun
Noel Francis Mark Georgioff
lohn Hauck Gill Haun
lames Keech Roy Kidjo
David McGarity Andrew Ott
David Stenzel Thomas Tharp
The poised Inspector Fiesbrecht
I thought l left my books in Chicago-Mike Hammond
lames Angihan Michael Barlow Thomas Bolser
Mark Engel Gregory Greene Stephen Gregory
William Hodgson Daniel Hunziker Thomas lrmeger
George lohnson loseph Karabensh Andrew Keller
Below: Mechanical Chopsticks-Budi Santoso
You crashed what!! Bill Hodgson
Posma Pardede Eko Plnardi jonathan Raney
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Achziger, Damon - Bible
Aguina, Daneen - International
Alm, Nadette - Church Music!Organ
Amemiya, Miyoko - Christian
Anderson, Jacqueline - International
App, Asa - International Ministries
Asega, Henry - Evangelism
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Baiduc, Caroline - International
Baker, Kerri - international Ministries
Barton, Daina - Christian Education
Bechhold, Lisa - Christian Education
Begly, lames- Church Music!Organ
Bell, Linda - Bible Theology! Bible
Beverly, jonathan - International
An uplifting experience for Alan
Dunaway at Senior Retreat
Seniors - - -
Beverly, Tracy -International
Bicket, ludi-Christian Education
Bird, David-International Ministries
Blair, Curtis-American Intercultural
Boalt, Mark- Pastoral
Bocnuk, Becky - International
Boshart, Amy-International Ministries
Bowles, Ian - Pastoral
Briggs, Sharon - Christian
Brown, Douglas-Christian Education
Brown, lennifer-Christian Education
Bryant, Cara -
Bryant, jessica - Bible TheologyfBible
Buck, Thomas - Pastoral
Burkholder, lulie - International
Busenitz, Ieanette - International
Butts, Linda - Bible Theology!Greek
Campbell, Karen - Bible
c o n v i n c e
Carroll, Brian - Bible TheologyfGreek
Casper, Suzette - American
Castillo, Lonnie - Pastoral
Chayers, Timothy - Pastoral
Cheng, Daniel - Pastoral
Chow, Sze-Kit - Bible TheologyfBible
Cionca, lulie- Christian Education
Coakley, Beth - American Intercultural
Cochran, Harold - Bible
Cole, Claressa -Christian Education
Cole, William -American Intercultural
Conrad, Thomas - Bible
Cordes, Brian-International Ministries
Angie Stewart and Stephanie Watson:
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Coulsting, Holly-jewish and Modern
Courlas, julie - Christian
Craner, Alicia -
Cunningham, Robert ' Bible
Demoss, Shawn - Bible
DeWeerd, Celeste -
Dinkler, Douglas - Bible
Dobson, Kimberly - International
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Doebler, Mark - Church Music!Voice
Doerr, Robert- Pastoral
Downey, Matthew - Bible
Theology X Greek
Durham, jennifer -Christian Education
Durocher, Paul - Pastoral
Edwards, lvy-international Ministries
Everett, Janet-American Intercultural
When I arrived at Moody three years ago, I ex-
pected something a little different than what I
eventually discovered. Initially everything looked
like I had assumed it would: young, clean-cut, dis-
ciplined Christians devoted to learning, and intelli-
gent, well trained, biblical scholars teaching them.
Those first few days were a bit dazzling for me,
and I felt I had stumbled upon the New lerusalem
in disguise. But as I grew familiar with my
classmates and mentors, I became aware of a Star-
tling truth, they were humans. And what was
worse they had faults, weaknesses, and yes, even
sins. I was aghast. Was this not a training-ground
for future, fulltime ministers of God? I thought it
was, and I decided that the wrestling in the halls,
the 'ljapping" in the bathrooms, and the late night
prank phone calls were certainly improper. Why
weren't these people involved instead in
evangelism, discipleship, and organized prayer
meetings? So I set my face against lerusalem and
A funny thing happens when you set your face
against jerusalem, its walls rarely budge, and
setting your face against an unmoving wall can be
a painful experience. So I gave up, martyred, I
A short time later, since I had given up trying to
reform my dorm, I got to know some of the peo-
ple on my floor. I even became friends with a guy
down the hall who was a fun-loving extrovert
who, tot all thingsl, listened to secular music. Well,
at that time, I had three points and a poem against
such behavior. What's abundant in the heart
usually comes out of the mouth, so he was
blessed with learning what they were.
He endured my sermons against secular music,
lack of Scripture knowledge, and excessive fun
with a quiet, listening ear that tried to separate the
wheat from the chaff. He never lost his temper
with me, lthough I frequently did with himl, and
most significantly, I saw that he tried to demon-
strate a friendly, loving attitude to me and every-
one else on the floor. I concluded that he was one
of the most patient and gentle persons I had ever
known, despite his failure to understand the points
The result was that I began to see something
that I had missed before. Some of these llnon-
spiritual" pranksters were actually godly people,
used by Him. In fact, God was using them in a far
more extensive way than He was using me,
because they had something in plenty that I had
very little of. And though many of them didn't go
out witnessing every Friday night, or didn't spend
an hour in llthe closet" everyday, they nonethe-
less had that foremost and greatest discipline well
established in their lives: they had love. They were
longsuffering toward one another. They put up
with the loud noises outside their door, with the
l'japping", with the pranks. And they even put up
with my angry preaching. fls there anything harder
to put up with than a hypocrite?I
Through these somewhat imperfect people at
Moody the Lord has shown me the thing I need to
pursue most: not academics, not evangelism, not
longer quiet times, but love. The others are impor-
tant, yes, but love is first. I thank God for the lov-
ing prankster down the hall! john Carlton
Senior Executive Committee
Tim White and Sam Ciupak utterly ignore Mark Boalt
while he contemplates the universe
Fahnestock, Debra - International
Faifer ill, William - Bible
Farley, Richard - International
Field, Peter-international Ministries
Fifield, Philip-International Ministries
Filion, Marie-International Ministries
Findley, Daniel-Church MusicfVoice
Fink, Christine - Bible TheologyfBibIe
lim Daughtry and Starlus
Pyle our good ol'
Fischer, Mark - Bible Theology! Bible
Fitch, Kimberly - American
Folkerts, David - Church
Forte, Karen - Christian Education
Fosdahl, Kelly - Church Music! Voice
Friesen, Karen - International
Fulghum, Thomas - Christian
Gardner, Elizabeth - International
Gaunt, David - Pastoral
Gekeler, Laura - International
Ciesler, Corinne - Christian Education
Glanco, Stephany -
When the blackest storms of life pour down
When the sky looms deep midnight blue
When dismal greyness clouds my sight-Lord,
Teach me to cling to You.
When turning back is impossible
When forward is too hard to do
When fog all but covers the view-Lord,
Teach me to cling to You.
When sin gleamed darkest, You sent Your Son
The spotless Lamb of Cod they slew.
And so You saved my soul from Hell-Lord,
Teach me to cling to You.
Holy God, Whose throne sits high in Heaven
Surrounded with the rainbow's hues,
Thou, Whose glory fills the temple-Lord,
Teach me to cling to You.
To hold to You, my Fortress, my Shield
Only You, so faithful and true
My Rock, my Shepherd, my Strength-Lord,
Teach me to cling to You!
Senior Retreat Convo
Gliebe, Kirk - Evangelism
Goulet, Michael- Bible
Gruber, Kenneth - Bible
Harshbarger, Paul- Pastoral
Hartwig, Ronald - International
Harvey, Paul- Pastoral
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Heide, Roger-International Ministries
Heidekrueger, David - International
Henry, Pamela -American
Higley, lames - Pastoral
Hoffman, Marjorie -
Hoffman, Timothy - Bible
Hollingsworth, Merilee - Christian
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Holz, Byron - Bible Theologyffjreek
Hopkins, Bradley - Pastoral
Hopper, Pernella - International
Huffine, Steven - Pastoral
Huh, Heddy-International Ministries
Huijsing, lohan -
lnvergo, Anthony - International
lackson, lohn - Church MusicfVoice
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Death is not so terrible-dying is. Facing the fu-
ture is not so terrible, but leaving home at Moody
is. This leavetaking business, this sweeping up the
loose ends and bits and pieces is a tiresome little
job done exclusively by the heart. Like crossing
the sea for the first time, full of tomorrow yet
clasping the terrible truth that we might not come
I remember one classmate who struggled three
weeks to memorize the way to the dining hall.
Somewhere tomorrow he will struggle in the Sovi-
et labor camp for telling the truth to someone
who did not want to listen. l remember Kathleen.
She told someone about lesus. He killed her for it.
Some who flourished among many here will strain
tomorrow all alone in a jungle in Nicaragua to
bring manna and the streams of eternal life to a
young guerilla fighter there.
Some who seemed to burst with potentiality
will be fanned cool by the wind of the world . . .
and will fade, will have to make the trip to Calvary
all over again before turning back to the paths of
righteousness for His name's sake.
Somewhere between chapel and systematic
theology, l lost the key to my memories' treasure
tin. lt's just as well. l'm in the little box all the time
now, sorting this, dusting that, cherishing a mo-
ment, a face, a shared prayer. Qnce in
Armsterdam, Dr. Sweeting and l took a smiling
picture together. Cherishable. l recall a summer
afternoon when Miss de Rosset rescued me in an
emergency. Also cherishable. Murmurs in the early
night hours-soldiers in prayer. l remember how
they sound in the halls at Culby and Dryer. The
library and lounge-where I went to think as
much as to study. Many voices, many encouraging
sentences all strung together in my heart's mind. l
remember Richard Wurmbrand telling me that no
Scripture would ever see me through a future
difficulty-but that the God of the Scriptures
would suffice. And someday, should I be far from
morning clock and the Bob Murfin kind of humor,
l will still be part of the prayers that he prays. As
he, and you all will be part of mine. Wherever I
am sent to serve. Today, tomorrow and as far
away as l can see.
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lentink, Craig -
lohnson, Catherine - Church
lohnson, Terry- jewish and Modern
lones, jared - Bible Theology! Bible
luchems, Michael - Christian
Kamphausen, Linda - Christian
Kennedy, Stephen - Christian
Ketchum, Robert- Pastoral
Kiesling, Christin- Advanced Study
King, Mark - Bible Theology! Bible
Kline, Katherine - International
Klopp, Richard - International
Koch, Kimberly -Church Music!Piano
Kosterman, lames - Bible
Krahenbuhl, Heidi- Church
Chris Scholl, lames Tigler, Don
Mackay, and Eugene Williams
let the sign depict a deeper
reality of their inner beings.
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Peter Field-the vanishing act
When you first come to Moody, you will have uorientation
week." This means that you attend many meetings, try to get to
know other students, and hopefully come up with a schedule that
does not present more than three conflicts. Traditionally, you will
be welcomed to MBI about 36 times by staff and other students.
Enjoy the kindness and the service of the non-freshman students
during this week, probably the only time freshmen are treated this
As former and continuing students return, the comforming
process to Moody life will grow more intense. The key to life at
Moody lies in the language we speak. You will soon discover that
many words, phrases and cliches have different meanings here
laps: If you want to find out more about this phenomenon, l
would suggest you sit in your floor lounge late at night. Some of
Moody's finest pranks are discussed and planned here.
Flagpolingz This is a time of great joy to many. A newly engaged
guy is taken hostage and brought to the plaza where he is tied to
one of the lamp posts. The ceremony is comparable to someone
being burned at the stake, except in this case something nice
happens to the guy. After being "annointed" with shaving cream,
the victim kisses his fiancee . . . At this time of impact, the
bystanders roar their approval andfor turn green with envy fthis is
the only time the PDA rule may be brokenl.
Married Student: If you are a married student, you are required
to carry a briefcase all the time, afterall, you are part of the brief-
All-nighters: If you go to the lounge after curfew, you will see
yet a different world, the real nightlife blues begin. Sitting in the
lounge with their typewriters, some nachos, and a lot of coke or
coffee fanything with caffeinel, students begin their work. Some
spontaneous party-activity may erupt, but it will be short-lived. The
real hero is the one who presses on and is still awake when the
early birds get up, he has officially pulled an all-nighter!
Much more can be said about how to be a Moody student, it is
not important whether you can act and look like the perfect
Moody student, but what counts is what you look like on the in-
lesus accused the Pharisees of being whiteplastered graves: the
outside looked nice, but the inside was far from that. On the
outside the Moody Bible Institute might look spiritual, but when
you are a student here, you should realize that we all have
weaknesses and problems.
What can you do to be a real Moody student? Be yourself.
Don't put on a mask. Instead, be real! Face it, we are all sinners
saved by grace.
Be honest with God, and don't waste His time by praying a string
of spiritual terms which have lost their meaning. Pray what you
mean to pray. And then obey. To obey is better than spiritual ap-
pearance. On the inside you must mean business with God. And
on the outside you must be genuine, and let your hair down,
Moody code length, of course.
Hans Hui jsing
Krukar, Steven -
Kuipers, Darrel- Postgraduate
Lam, Edwin -
Lampe, lohn-Bible TheologyfBible
Landrum, Cristi-Bible TheologyfBible
Langguth, Lisa-Christian Education
Lauby, leff-Bible TheologyfBible
Launstein, loanna - International
Lebeck, layme-Christian Education
Lehmann, jonathan - Church
Leong, Anna -
Levasseur, julie -Christian Education
Liddle, Lora -American Intercultural
Lindstrom, Thomas - international
Lloyd, Bradley- Christian Education
Long, Anand - Evangelism
Lowe, Grace -Christian Education
MacKay, Donald - Bible
Marx, lonn-International Ministries
Maurseth, Brian - International
McCarthy, Anne - International
McCourt, Carolyn - lnternational
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McDonald, Charles -
Merle, Linda - International Ministries
Meyers, Timothy - Evangelism
Miellce, Susan - Christian
Mikesell, Melinda - Christian
Mills, Marc - Pastoral TrainingfGreek
Mironas, Patti- Christian Education
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Montgomery, Keith -
Moran, Iames-Bible Theologyfliible
Morgan, Daniel-Bible Theology Bible
Mosby, lohn-International Ministries
Moss, Ioann - Bible TheologyfBible
Murphy, David - Bible
Murphy, Judith - Christian Education
Naylor, Tamara - Christian Education
Newlin, lohn-International Ministries
Nicholson, julie - American
Nielsen, Bart- Bible Theology - Greek
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Nielsen, Gary - Christian Education
Norris, Carol-Bible Theology!Bible
Norris, Marianne - Bible
O'Connor, Daniel - International
O'Connor, Patrick - International
Oedewaldt, Elliot- Pastoral
O'Leary, Karen- Bible TheologyfBible
O'Neal, Bryan - Pastoral
Ostrander, Richard - Bible
Overpeck, Mara - American
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Owen lr, lohn - Bible Theology!BibIe
Peters, Craig - Pastoral
Picchietti, David - Bible
Piszczor, Frank - Christian Education
Pitcher, Kenneth - Pastoral
Poelman, Steven - International
Pontier, Martha - International
Radde, Bryan - Bible TheologyfGreek
Rasmussen, Lona - Bible
Rice, lames- Pastoral Training!Greek
Riley, Lawrence - International
Robert, Richard -International
Rohrmayer, Cary - Bible
Romeis, Laura-Christian Education
Sankaran, Kyrie - Bible Theology!Bible
Schaffner, leffrey - International
Scheck, Thomas - Bible
Scheitlin, Bonnie-Christian Education
Schellenberg, Christopher -
Schneck, Bradley - International
Scholl, Christopher - Pastoral
Schroeder, Deborah - Christian
Shoberg, lames - International
Shoppy, Wallis - Bible
Smith, Timothy-Christian Education
Sonnichsen, Carl - American
Soto, Norberto - Pastoral
Spahn, Charis - Church MusicfPiano
Stafford, Kevin - Pastoral
Stephens, Jonathan - Pastoral
Stern, Elizabeth - American
Stewart, Angie - International
Stordahl, Tami-Christian Education
Storm, George - Bible
Streeter, Gina - Bible TheologyfBible
Tom Scheck-i'For the third time, my
name is not Ned Popovichf'
Strietzel, Diane- Bible TheologyfBible
Sunnerville, Bret- Bible
Sweetman, Charles - Pastoral
Tachick, Brenda - Christian Education
Tegeler, lames - Church MusicfPiano
To, Dinh-International Ministries
Trca, Richard-International Ministries
True, Timothy-American Intercultural
Vance, Susan - Christian Education
Vandenberg, Susan -
Vander Velde, lane - Bible
Van Ravenswaay, Wendy-Christian
Van Swol, Mari -International
Vergason, Gerry- Church
Walton, David -
Warren, Tracy - Christian Education
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Harold Cochran-Celeste this one's for you.
Signs and Wonders
Chicago- 100 miles.
We pass them all the time, everywhere we go. We hardly both-
er to notice them, yet we need them to get where we want to go.
They sit on the side of the road, just signs, pointing quite
unobtrusively to a destination that is far from where they are.
Chicago - 80 miles.
jesus Christ is our destination. He stands on the horizon and
beckons us toward him-and we walk, run, scramble and crawl in
his direction. He's our primary reference point. By looking at him
and drawing on his power, we can tell exactly how close we are to
what we were made to be.
Chicago - 60 miles.
But sometimes things get in the way. We fall into dark holes or
stumble along some obscure path, we look in the wrong direction
or simply decide that the road is too difficult and we want a rest
now. That's when it gets hard to see where we're going. It
hurts. lt's frightening when we feel like we're lost.
Chicago - 40 miles.
That's why God put other signposts along the way. They, of
course, are not the actual destination, they simply point the way.
They're people. And they're flawed, though they can still point to
the right road. Usually the best ones are the people who aren't
trying to be what they are, they're too tired and bruised and heart-
sick trying to get to the destination, refusing to give up the worry
about making a big deal about pointing. They show the way simply
by going that way.
A neon sign with fluorescent lettering and flashing light bulbs and
fireworks draws more attention to itself than it does to what it
wants to say. But that's the way our society thinks: make the sign
more spectacular, and then they'll see the directions. lt doesn't
work that way with Christ. That "then" gets in the way. Everyone
else forgets to look beyond the sign, and sometimes we forget to
put something there for them to find even if they did. The
ontology of a signpost is not an easy thing to comprehend.
- lan Boweles
Chicago - 20 miles g
When I think of a parallel to a sign that points to God, I picture
one of those little, rustic signposts that sits out on a country lane,
rather weatherbeaten and slightly tilted. It has only one or two
words on it, and sometimes it doesn't even have the mileage. But
the weary traveler who passes by is glad to see it.
I suppose that's why it's been some of the more quiet people on
campus who have impressed me this semester. Shouts and raucous
laug ter fade quickly from my memory, but the sounds of silence
linger with a haunting stimulation in his room. Snow falling in the
plaza. Third Coast and Coffee Chicago. That quiet quality, so subtle
and yet so powerful, seems to be what really touches a man's
So, Lord, Grant me the ability to clamber after you: and in so
doing I learn to point. Thanks for those who've taught me so far. I
await the morning l'll wake up and find I won't have to point any
longer. I'll be
G. Ian Bowles
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Whalen, Tima - International
White, Deborah - Christian
White, Timothy - Bible
XMckman, Patricia - International
Wilke, Mark - Pastoral
Wilkinson, Grant - Bible
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Wozniak, Brion - Evangelism
Yost, Yvonne-International Ministries
Zenisek, Annette -
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Anders, Patrick- Fresno, CA
Anderson, Norman - Golden, CO
Andrews, Ioy-Stow, OH
Andrews, Iulie-Stow, OH
Andricks, Gary- Chicago, IL
Andricks, Imelda - Chicago, IL
Appleby, Daniel-Des Moines, IA
Aylworth, Theresa - Hudsonville, MI
Bailey, Stacie-Salt Lake City, UT
Bain, Sandra-N. Kingstown, Rl
Bales, Ianice- Chattanooga, TN
Baron, Becky-Mexico City, Mexico
Bartos, Iohn-N. Olmsted, OH
Bassett, Tom -Andalusia, IL
Beaty, Andrew- Pontiac, IL
Bennett, Iudith - Billerica, MA
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Berg, Alan-Wonder Lake, IL
Bergan, jennifer- Chatfield, MN
Bernard, Melanie-Carol Stream, IL
Bliesner, Karen - Appleton, WI
Boger, Ronald-Grand Rapids, MI
Bohn, Rosemary - Brewster, MN
Brasfield, julie-Hazel Park, MI
Brask, Ianelle- Brantsburg, WI
Bronger, Ruthanne -Wheaton, IL
Browning, Patrick- Craig, CO
Buck, Karen-Carol Stream, IL
Buckingham, julie- Stevensville, MT
Bucy, Ann-Springfield, MO
Buell, Gary-Oak Brook, IL
Buresh, Cathy- Holland, MI
Burns, Robert-Carol Stream, IL
Calixte, lean-Luc-Guadeloupe, French West Indies
Carson, Juliana- Naperville, IL
Carter, Michael-Scottsdale, AZ
Christensen, Timothy-Port Iervis, NY
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Clark, Paul-Cincinnati, OH
Cleveland, Lisa - Waukegan, IL
Clinch, Christopher-Calais, ME
Coffman, james-Madeira Beach, FL
Coffman, Lisa-German Valley, IL
Collins, Paul-Orange, VT
Combs, Brenda-Devils Lake, ND
Cook, Kim-St. Cloud, MN
Corwin, April-Lynnwood, WA
Crouse, Todd- Columbia, PA
Cudal, Arnfield - Dallas, TX
Dages, Robert-Philadelphia, PA
Daughtry, lames- Chicago, IL
Dearborn, Tim - Marquette Heights,
DeKay, Michael-Ontario, Canada
DeNeui, Aaron, Bellingham, WA
DeVries, Bruce - Marshfield, MA
DeWeese, Steven-Ft. Wayne, IN
Dodd, Sam-Yates City, IL
Downen, Wayne- loliet, IL
Duden, Kristie-Clouis, MN
Dunaway, Alan- Dallas, TX
Dziedzic, Robin -Chicago, IL
Easter, james-N. Fairfield, OH
Ehrhardt, lanice - Copiague, NY
Elvord, Wendy-Long Beach, CA
Emmons, john- Ventura, CA
Erieau, Timothy - Oconto, WI
Fernandez, Curtiss - Chicago, IL
Finger, Pete- Burakoo, WI
Fish, Deborah-Edina, MN
Fleming, David R.-New Castle, PA
Fleming, David W.-E. Lansing, MI
Forrer, Liana - Aurora, IL
Frantz, Rebekah - Fenton, MI
Fraser, Kent-Baltimore, MD
Freitag, Steve - Delavan, WI
French, Catherine- Ontario, Canada
French, Edith - Rochester, NY
Friedel, Teresa-lnkom, ID
Fry, Chuch-St. Albans, WV
Fry, David-Port Huron, MI
Fry, Rodney- Elizabethtown, PA
Gagliardi, Anna- Chattanooga, TN
Gauthier, Ieffry- Owatonna, MN
Getzinger, Gretchen-Wonder Lake, IL
Cleyman, Karen-Wt. Linn, OR
Gibbs, Kenneth - Wasilla, AK
Gillum, Matthew-Kingwood, TX
Gray, Andres- Cincinnati, OH
Grna, Cynthia - Hinsdale, IL
Hansen, Norman - Homewood, IL
Harness, Mary-Des Plaines, IL
Harp, George-Black Diamond, WA
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Harris, Rebecca - Marion, KS
Harrison, Bonnie-N. Kingstown, RI
Harshbarger, Susan - Ellenton, FL
Hendricks, Renee - Dayton, OH
Hockensmith, Dan-Cherry Valley, CA
Hogarth, Eric- Rochester, NY
Hooker, loanne - Ontario, Canada
Horbus, Dave- Batavia, lL
Hornemann, lanet-Mechanicsburg, PA
Hornemann, lurgen - Plainfield, Nl
Hufen, Mark-Kenosha, WI
Hunter, Timothy-Silver Spring, MD
Hyma, jeffrey- Holland, MI
Ingersoll, leff-Wally World, CA
lacksohn, Debra- Columbus, OH
james, lulia-Prairie Village, KS
jefferson, Deltha - Cleveland, OH
Kalne, Debbie-Bolivia, S. America
Katz, Guillermo-Santa Fe, Argentina
Dawn and Becky-I think I've discovered your true calling . . .
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Keefauver, Nancy- Cumberland, MD
Kendal, Rachel-Celaya, Mexico
King, Micheal-Solon, OH
Knight, Michael-Houston, TX
Koh, Iessamine - Singapore
Krogman, Michael-Newcastle, WY
Ladenberger, Glenn - Dearborn, MI
Lammers, Pete-Ann Arbor, MI
Lawson, Melvin-Hickory Hills, IL
Leininger, Thomas- Paxinos, PA
Lewis, Troy - Cleveland, OH
Lienemann, Randall-York, NE
Lindstrom, lay-Sioux City, IA
Lineburg, Renee- Hammond, IN
Lineburg, Ron-Oak Harbor, WY
Loewen, Shawn -Tahlequah, OK
Lookenott, Michael-Mansfield, OH
Losos, Kim-Chicago, IL
Lott, lenny - Washington, IL
Love, Karen-Juneau, AK
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Magnuson, Sonja - Glenwood Springs
Mansour, Steve- Coruallis, OR
Marsh, Amy - Winnebago, MN
Marshall, Iacqueline - Novi, MI
Martin, Brenda - Chicago, IL
Martin, Laura -Shannon, IL
Marx, Iohn -Winston-Salem, NC
Mayne, Kenneth - Baltimore, MN
McClellan, Karen - Chicago, IL
McGrath, David-Lansing, MI
McHugh, Christopher-Ellenton, FL
McNally, Rick-Battle Creek, MI
McPherson, Ken-Riverview, FL
Mendes, George-Fair Lawn, Nl
Mertens, Michael- jupiter, FL
Metzler, Erika - Lancaster, PA
Miller, Michele - Hartville, OH
Miller, Tim - Elizabethtown, PA
Montgomery, Neil-Ontario, Canada
Moran, Arthur- Wasaw, IN
Morita, Masatomo- Kobe, japan
Morris, Sharon - Wheaton, IL
Mountz, Caroline - Birdsboro, PA
Munsell, Iohn- Naperville, IL
Murphy, Deborah- Chimaltenango, Guatemala
Murphy, Sean-Littleton, CO
Musser, Daniel-Wally World, CA
Musser, Michael-Mercersburg, PA
Neff, Mary- Grayslake, IL
Neff, Terry- Grayslake, IL
Nesbitt, Eric-Winona Lake, IN
Nichol, Barry- Worthington, PA
Nichols, Charles - Wheaton, IL
Nick, Keith- Caldwell, IA
Nicksic, Valerie- Merrillville, IN
Norris, Robin-Anoka, MN
Norris, Tamara - Hemet, CA
Northrup, Linda-jackson, MI
Nyhof, Mary-Holland, MI
Oestry, Lee- Naperville, IL
Olsen, Eric - Westport, WA
Olson, David -McNaughton, WI
Ortman, David- Beloit, WI
Osborne, Susan-Downers Grove, IL
Otoo, Icmimah - Chicago, IL
Panasiuk, Andres-Buenos Aires, Argentina
Parks, Erik-Wally World, CA
Pastuch, Richard -Machias, NY
Patterson, Darrell-Duluth, MN
Patterson, Lana-New jerusalem, PA
Patterson, Robert-New jerusalem, PA
Pawlowski, Edwin-Bloomingdale, IL
Pena, Abel-Chula Vista, CA
Penn, Greg-Iuneau, AK
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Below: Bottle's Up!
Un Being a Student
Make me uncomfortable, O Cod.
Make me uncomfortable about what l'm doing
with the mind You have given me, about studying
too little and too sloppily, about memorizing facts
rather than seeking truth and knowledge, about
working for grades rather than the excitement of
learning. Make me uncomfortable about my fu-
ture, about wanting the name of Moody Bible ln-
stitute behind me as a means of getting into the
seminary of my choice or on with the mission
board I select, or for social prestige among the
Christian community rather than fulfilling Your
highest purpose for me.
Disturb me, O God
Until I sense that my true calling as a student is:
To grow into the broadest, deepest, most vital
To seize this opportunity for searching out wis-
To find joy in reading and grappling and grasping,
To live richly and responsibly,
To do my part to help create a better world,
To be constantly grateful for the capacity,
creativity, and courage that are given to me
freely by Thee. Amen.
Kay Lorans Hancock
'moodyfied" by dmw
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Peirre, ludson - Port-au-Prince, Haita
Pilditch, April-Ft. Wayne, IN l iihg 1 EZA
Pinch, Ioe-Rubio, Venezuela 1ffe'1 '
Pitton, Beth - Mesa, AZ I
Polo, Martha-Mexico City, Mexico
Probaso, Lara-Loveland, CO
Prouse, Randall-Bremerton, WA
Prout, james-Chagrin Falls, OH
Purcell, Karen -Milwaukee, WI
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Stretched for Good
They told us it would be our most difficult year
at Moody -the Iunior year. Throughout our Fresh-
man year, we heard this repeated many times, yet
the reality of that statement didn't sink in until
perhaps the second month of our junior year. As
we have looked back over this past semester,
however, some have discovered a more appropri-
ate adjective to describe what wehave exper-
ienced. True, the first half of our second year at
MBI has been a difficult one, yet amidst the diffi-
culties it has also been a growing year. Having lost
sense of awe over new discoveries during our
Freshman year, we have watched God use those
new discoveries to guide us towards even deeper
finds-theological, intellectual, and personal. He
has used the faculty, via lectures, papers, and ex-
ams, to stretch us academically and spiritually as
never before. The increased pace so characteristic
of one's second year, has chipped away the wall
built with bricks of laziness and procrastination. It
has also driven many to that deeper source of
strength and to a new level of intimacy with our
Lord. Many times it has only been by the grace
and strength of Christ that we have been able to
endure and press on in the hurriedness. Slowly,
ever so gradually, we have seen that growth-
growth that could only have come about in our
junior year at Moody.
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Rankin, Sheila-Gilman, IA
Raybin, Noel-Havelock, NC
Reehl, Iill-Kingston, MI
Regier, Rachel-Omaha, NE
Remmers, Phil-Ridgewood, NI
Repke, Robert-Wonder Lake, IL
Rice, Toni-Tremont, IL
Robinson, Greg- Highland, IN
Rosenberg, KaeBeth-Royal Oak, MI
Rozsa, Michael-S. Beloit, IL
Rwakatare, Gertrude-Tanzania E. Africa
Sayer, Robert-Dayton, OH
Scarbro, Roger-Barberton, OH
Schell, lane-Valencia, PA
Schmutzer, Andrew- Gering, NE
Schneider, Matthew- Gladwin, MI
Schneider, Maxine -Gladwin, MI
Schorr, Phyllis-New York, NY
Shaw, Blake- Caldwell, MT
Sheldon, David-Wally World, CA
Shickley, Stephen -Salem, OR
Shoberg, Lisajoy-Arlington Heights, IL
Sinclair, Brian-Valparaiso, IN
Smith, Spencer- Bismarck, IL
Smith, Timothy - Springfield, IL
Soulek, Susanna - Richfield, OH
Sourisseauy, Angela- Longmont, CO
Sourisseau, Frederic - Vannes, France
Spencer, Dan-Battle Creek, MI
Stam, Terry - Oskollosa, IA
Steinberg, Eric, Richmond, VA
Steiner, Brock- Chicago, IL
Stoothoff, Eric- Yakima, WA
Storm, Michael-Richfield, MN
Stralnic, Esther-Valparaiso, IN
Suhayda, Timothy- Columbus, OH
Suozzo, joseph-Long Branch, NI
Tallman, Dave-Walley World, CA
Tamplin, Bradley-Piqua, OH
Thiel, Darch - Lockport, NY
Thomas, Steve- Englewood, CO
Thompson, Iill-Glasford, IL
Thompson, Philip-St. Francis, MN
Timmreck, Cheryl-Eau Claire, MI
Traylor, Doug-Bowling Green, KY
Turpin, Tim-Tahlequah, OK
Valade, Lisa-Redford, MI
Vanberschot, Suzanne-Franklin Park, IL
Vergoz, Iack-Bloomfield Hills, MI
Vigna, Nancy-Livonia, MI
VonBusch, Iames-Mt. Prospect, IL
Voss, Larry-Lake Geneva, WI
Warden, Lana- Columbia, MO
Wate, Kim-Milford, MI
Watts, Laurie-Hillsdale, IL
Westadt, Dawn - Laurel, NE
Wharton, Scotty-Battle Ground, WA
Whitacre, Carla-Ioppa, MD
Whitford, Kevin - Fredonia, WI
Williamson, Carl-Aurora, IL
Wineinger, Kristi-Mt. Prospect, IL
Womeldorf, Ron-Baroda, MI
Yager, Susan -Minnetonka, MN
Young, Kirk- Chattanooga, TN
Young, Tim-Troy, MI
Zimmerman, Randall-Madison, WI
Zimmerman, Robert-Madison, WI
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when an 81mm mortar round kills everything within a
I double checked my schedule and walked into the
classroom. I was sure everyone knew each other. They
didn't bother me. I was finally here . . . at Moody Bible
Institute. I wanted to study, nothing else mattered. I
picked a seat in the third row, near the aisle. I didn't
want to appear too eager.
A middle aged man, about my height walked into the
room. He explained his syllabus matter-of-factly. He
seemed organized, ordered, almost military. I liked him.
He explained that he had never taught Old Testament
Survey during summer session so it was going to be a
learning experience all the way around. He was glad he
wasn't taking the course in three weeks.
We started out fast, quizzes nearly every day, with a
test at the end of the week. I was amazed at the
amount of reading he expected us to do. Everyone else
seemed to be doing alright, so I pressed on. My life was
consumed with the Old Testament, never had I worked
so hard on anything. I studied all hours of the night, but
I couldn't seem to keep on top of it. The guy next to
me always got one more point than I on the quizzes.
What was going wrong?
I studied harder, and slept less. I got some of my best
rest during chapel, it seemed like a nuisance. Nobody
was going to spoon feed me spiritual truth. They hadn't
done it that way in the Army, who needed it now? You
did that kind of thing on your own time.
I lived for the thrill of being tested. The adrenaline
began to surge through my veins the minute I woke up.
Another test, another chance for a perfect score. I was
always surprised when I didn't get one. In the Army,
they taught me that one error, no matter how minute,
could cost hundreds of lives. Indeed it could have,
death formula was applicable to life at school, and, for
that matter, to the entire spiritual life as well. I was a
soldier of the cross.
I had been up particularly late one night, the caffeine
that had empowered me made my head spin in the
morning. I pulled myself out of bed, I was ready for this
quiz. By the time I got to class, my head cleared and my
heart pounded. I took the quiz and had three, maybe
four wrong. I felt like I had caught a piece of shrapnel
between the ears.
My confidence poured from the gaping wound in my
pride. Slowly, I got a hold of myself. Dr. Benware had
gone too far. He had drawn first blood. This was war.
My enemies were many: the Dr., the guy sitting next to
me who always did better on quizzes, even the Bible
was suspect. I didn't know whose side God was on.
The objective was to get an A in the class, no matter
what. No room for error. Errors bring death. I trudged
on, through endless lectures and monotonous textbook
readings, a mental death-march to the objective.
When it was all over, I had my A, and I wondered if it
had been worth it. One thing I knew for sure, my head
was messed up. The military life was over, I was not
Spf4 Conn anymore. However, it took months to
believe that. Outward appearances fool everyone but
God. I had won the battle and lost my joy in the
I'm learning now to study for the glory of God, to
apply these words to my career as a student: I'What-
ever you do, do your work heartily, as for the Lord
rather than for men, knowing that from the Lord you
will receive the reward of the inheritance. It is the Lord
Christ whom you serve," fCol. 3:23,24I
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Armas, Mario-Chicago, IL
Arnold, Keith - Luling, LA
Asmus, Andrew-Citrus Heights, CA
Bailey, Mia-Glen Ellyn, IL
Baird, Tammie-Wibaux, MT
Baliles, Paul-New Creek, WV
Barber, Deborah-Memphis, TN
Barker, lames-Topeka, KS
Bascom, Monte - Moscow, ID
Beach, Rosemary - Ontario, Canada
Beaumont, Robin-New Berlin, WI
Beisell, lason-Forest Grove, OR
Beloz, Kusa-Richton Pk,, IL
Bennecke, Ronald - Chicago, IL
Berkimer, Nancy-Nashville, MI
Berry, Andrew-Coventry, England
Billow, Troy-Beloit, WS
Birba, Bealnee-Chilly Magarin, France
Blann, Cheri-Livertyvill, IL
Bolin, Sherri-Springfield, IL
Bond, Donald - Highland, Ml
Bonita, Gineen-Des Plaines, IL
Boone, Grace-Elfrida, AZ
Bovee, Melany - Beloit, WI
Bozic, Amy-Akron, OH
Bragg, Donna-Shorewood, IL
Brandhagen, Robert-Rochester, MN
Brave, Kent-Chebause, IL
Bredfeldt, Ieannine - Naperville, IL
Briggs, Brian-White Plains, MD
Brinkman, Amy-Watertown, WI
Brookins, Michael- loliet, IL
Brower, Verlyn - Eueleth, MN
Brown, Cheryl-Oklahoma City, OK
Brown, Donald-Charlotte, NC
Brown, Matthew-College Station, TX
Brown, Robert-Cottonwood, CA
Brownell, Michael-Grayslake, IL
Brunt, Christine-Temperance, Ml
Bryant, Keith-St. Charles, IL
Bryant, lennifer-Las Animas, CO
Budai, Anna-Anchorage, AK
Buchwalter, Mark- Dalton, OH
Buckwalter, Whitney- Macomb, IL
Burke, Kent-Baltimore, MD
Burnett, Robert-Chicago, IL
Butler, Enos-St. Vincent, West Indies
Cadwell, Bradley - Fullerton, CA
Calvert, Gerald - Corona, CA
Cameron, Michael-Akron, OH
Cameron, Wendy - Cleveland, TN
Carlson, Sheryl-Detroit, Ml
Carmean, Daren-Wheaton, IL
Carrier, lennifer - Elizabethton, TN
Cellan, Tina - Stoughton, WI
Champagne, Robert-Biddeford, ME
Chase, Mark-W. Palm Beach, FL
Chesebro, Michelle-Wayland, Ml
Christen, Calvin - Spokane, WA
Christiansen, Ron-East Troy, WI
Chronopoulos, Vivian - Greece
Ciocan, james-Utica, Ml
Clark, lack-Wheaton, IL
Clark, Iody-Santa Rosa, CA
Cline, Bryce - Lungley, WA
Compton, Paul-Wausau, WI
Conard, Melody-Portland, OR
Conn, Christopher-Oak Park, MI
Conway, lulie-Rochester, MN
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Cook, Eddy-La Habra, CA
Cook, Iohn-Mahwah, IH
Copeland, Paul-Washington, IL
Corey, Scott-Terre Haute, IN
Cosgrove, Doni-Sanatoga, PA
Costanza, lames - Chicago, IL
Courtney, Kristi-Lewiston, ID
Crafts, Michael-Clayton, MI
Craker, Doyle - Muskegon, Ml
Craner, Laura-Fenton, MI
Crawford, Paula-Lombard, IL
Cross, Travis-Blountville, TN
Crothers, lohn - Chicago, IL
Czech, Michael-Chicago, IL
Darling, Lana-Decatur, IL
Darling, Lisa - Decatur, IL
Darling, Lori-Decatur, IL
Dean, Michelle-Milwaukee, WI
Delwar, Steven - Brooklyn, NY
Dempsey, Krista-Waterman, IL
DeYoung, Larry-Kankakee, IL
Dickerson, Matt-Phoenix, AZ
Dickerson, Teresa-lohannesburg, S. Africa
Doten, Maureen-San lose, CA
Dubiel, Mary - Burlington, CT
DuBois, Shelby - Lihue, HI
Dugan, Thomas-Ft. Wayne, IN
Durham, Diana-E. Ceroy, Ml
Durham, Ronald -Chattanooga, TN
Durling, Timothy-Hudson, MI
Eales, David - Botswana, Africa
Eckblad, Tom-W. Palm Beach, FL
Egeler, Pamela - Elizabethton, TN
Empson, Laura-Chadron, NE
Engel, Robert-Hubertus, WI
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Euler, William-LaPorte, IN
Falco, Shari-Mt. Prospect, IL
Falk, Carrie-Troy, MI
Farrey, Rebecca - Lancaster, WI
Finnan, Iohn-Scottsbluff, NE
Folk, Tammy-Interlaken, NY
Foote, Sandra-Plainwell, MI
Forster, Thomas- London, England
Fortier, Sean - Broomfield, CO
Foster, Leonard - Seattle, WA
Fugman, Tina-Tinley Park, IL
Fulkerson, Kristine-Zion, IL
Gallery, Daniel-Hughesville, PA
Galloway, Cary - Houston, TX
Gardner, Lori-Mansfield, OH
Garrigo, Iose-Barcelona, Spain
Gatliff, Michael-Ashland, OH
George, Ed-Mokena, IL
Georgopulos, Peter-Orland Park, IL
Giddey, Colleen-Sterling Heights, MI
Giovannetti, Gina - Englewood, FL
Gordon, Nate-Dallas, TX
Gottsleben, Cherrie-San Iaun, Trinidad
Graham, William-Bradenton, FL
Greig, David-Ienison, MI
Gross, Sheila-Crown Point, IN
Guettler, Heidi-W. Bloomfield, Ml
Gustauson, Tim-Park Ridge, IL
Haas, Donald - Zion, IL
Hageman, Deborah-Walled Lake, MI
Halsey, Lisa - Chicago, IL
Haney, Daviel-Kalamazoo, MI
Hanna, Chris-Traverse City, MI
Harden, Matthew-Munroe Falls, OH
Haring, jennifer - Mansfield, Oh
Harrison, Bryan - Warrenton, MO
Hartley, Duane - Glenwood, IA
Headtke, Valerie - Winfield, IL
Helms, Shirley-Kodiak, AK
Henke, Michael-Vesper, WI
Herr, Wayne - Elmhurst, IL
Hibma, Alice - Ocheyedan, IA
Hildebrandt, Sue-British Columbia, Canada
Hill, Leasia - Sheboygan, WI
Hiner, Iulie - Canton, OH
Hodel, Mark - Cicero, IL
Hoeflinger, Synthia-Clio, MI
Hofman, lim -Ottawa, KS
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Right: Ginny Powell: Studious smile
Arching the time away . . .
Hopkins, Curtis-Glen Ellyn, IL
Hormig, David-Beloit, WI
Howe, Ian-Billings, MT
Hughes, Valerie - Waukegan, IL
Huhta, Steve - Zeeland, MI
Hulet, Clayton-Chicago, IL
Humes, Kristyne-Hutchinson, KS
Hunter, Ross-Cicero, IL
Hutton, jared - Mansville, ND
Hynden, Dave - Broomfield, CO
Inion, Brent-Havertown, PA
Ito, Kirk-Indianapolis, IN
Jacobson, jennifer-Andover, MN
lobe, Marsela-Burgos, Spain
johnson, Debbie-Rockford, IL
johnson, Rene - Eldridge, IA
lohnson, Rick-Costa Rica
Iohnson, Sheila - Ontario, Canada
Iollie, David-Auckland, New Zealand
Iones, Carolyn-Holt, MI
jones, Elizabeth - Peoria, IL
Iosma, Deborah - Midlothian, IL
Iuane, Mark-Ontario, Canada
lunek, Ginger-Snook, TX
Kanter, Iohn-Los Angeles, CA
Kappel, Walter-Poway, CA
Kealy, Tim-Long Beach, CA
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Keehn, Grant-Medina, OH
Kelly, Melissa - Livonia, MI
Kemp, Clint-Winter Haven, FL
Kendal, Ruth - Celaya, Mexico
Kesler, Robert-Woodland, MI
Khamphay, Outhay-Harvey, IL
Kihumba, Charles-Njord, Kenya
Kimm, Beth-Bozeman, MT
King, Kathleen - Neenah, WI
Kirk, Wesley- Brazil
Kizziar, jennifer-Modesto, CA
Knee, lanet-Scotia, NE
Knight, Tim-Dalton, WI
Koch, Bryan - Whitelaw, WI
Koesema, Iohn-Sauk Village, IL
Kollker, Marie- Chicago, IL
Kornit, Carla-Morton Grove, IL
Koross, Laurence - Union, NI
Krause, Paul-Brookfield, IL
Kriemelmeyer, Kurt-Barrington, IL
Kring, Kathleen - Muskegon, MI
Krueger, Karen - Beloit, WI
Krueger, Kari-Chicago, IL
Krusza, Cindy - Lansing, IL
Ku, Min-Oak Park, IL
Kutz, Randy-Glen Ellyn, IL
LaGioia, Rock - Harwood Heights,
Laitinen, Pete - Arlington, TX
Lamson, Kristin - Chicago, IL
Lang, Gregory - Marietta, OH
Leach, Cami-Waupaca, WI
Leath, William -Crawfordsville, IN
Lee, Edgar - Akron, OH
Lee, lin-Ellicott City, MD
Lee, Iohn-Chicago, IL
Lee, Lora-Dayton, OH
Leininger, Iill-Defiance, OH
Lewis, Diane - Chicago, IL
Lewis, Mitchell-Kodiak, AK
Lin, David-Addison, IL
Linberger, Gregory - Quakertown, PA
Loney, David-Auke Bay, AK
Lumadue, Rick - Oberlin, OH
Lusher, Kimberly - Tempe, AZ
MacGirvin, Gayle - Shorwood, IL
Mackintoh, Christopher - Highland, IN
Maris, Peter-Calumet City, IL
Marker, Tom-Hudson, IN
Martin, Nathan-Brewer, ME
Martin, Ronald-Ioliet, IL
Martin, Tommy - Bloomingdale, Ml
Martz, Earl-Millville, PA
Matthews, Carol-Blue Hill, NE
May, Thomas- Melvindale, MI
Mayer, David-Chelseu, Ml
McEIwee, Alan-Dublin, Ireland
McFarlane, Sally-Sioux City, IA
McKee, Brent-Alberta, Canada
McLachlin, Tammy-Ontario Canada
McNamara, James - Middleton, WI
Meads, Shawn-Schiller Park, IL
Mercier, Catherine - Griffith, IN
Merilatt, Natalie - Englewood, CO
Mirza, Debbie - Chicago, IL
Mitchell, Paul-London, England
Moon, Darin-Rosendale, WI
Moore, Kelly - Charlotte, NC
Moran, Beverly - Wheeling, IL
Morgan, Booker-Wallington, NI
Morgan, Robert-Cresant City, CA
Mosher, Charlotte - Wells, ME
Murphy, Richard-Mt, Prospect, IL
Musser, Eric- Freeport, IL
Neff, Kevin - Grayslake, IL
Nelson, Ardis- Hinckley, MN
Neswold, Amy - Britt, IA
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A freezing Arctic wind cuts effortlessly through my
long underwear and woolen mittens. Tears course
down my face and dry saltily on my chapped cheeks as
my freshman smile struggles valiantly to break through
numbed, bluing lips. The IIWelcome Students" sign over
Culby steps, so cheerful and reassuring in placid Sep-
tember, now flaps wildly in the gale until only "---dents"
remains visible. Dense, dense, dense, echoes in my
mind. Who is dense enough to come to this barren
wasteland in this alien, sub-zero climate? A mid-term
Welcome Weeker fights his way over to help me with
my endless array of luggage. A pleasant chap, he smiles
and promises me that this strange territory will soon be-
come home. I nod and smile weakly.
Safely inside Houghton's lobby, I perch precariously
on the cart piled high with my nine Chine!" said my
motherl suitcases in my first acquaintance with the light-
ning-fast Houghton elevator system. Lugging my
belongings behind me, I finally step over the threshold
of my new room. "Lovely," I murmur to myself as a
long strip of pale yellow paint flakes off the doorway
overhead to flutter gently to my feet.
I was only one of the fifty students classified as
"Spring", an unqualified misnomer guaranteed to bring
a smile to my lips as I surveyed the ice and snowdrifts
common to Chicago in january. As a january student, I
continued to face a multitude of obstacles in my mini-
Welcome Week: we had only three days to master
what Fall students accomplish in seven. I tried to weave
my way through tunnels in search of the cafeteria. Sur-
reptitiously smoothing my hair in the reflection from a
fire alarm, I noted that the candy machine was out of
everything except raisins and Planters peanuts. It was a
sign of things to come. Misreading a I'YOU ARE HERE"
sign picturing a map of the floor plan, I took a wrong
turn and landed in the bowels of Physical Plant. 'IThis,"
my nose informed me as I inhaled a smell akin to sour
milk, His not the dining hall." I eventually made my way
to the cafeteria to fill my stomach with assorted high-
calorie foodstuffs, unknowingly setting my foot on the
road culminating in the inevitable weight gain: the
Several months later I look back on these moments
with a fond smile. I now make my way through the
tunnels with swiftness and ease. I even feign to help a
stray student staring at a PYOU ARE HERE" sign with
obvious confusion. But I'll always have a warm spot in
my heart reserved for the few, the proud the
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Oliver, Lynn-Warsaw, IN
Oseid, Diana - Anoica, MN
Osmanson, Kim-Omaha, NE
Osterberg, Andy-Long Grove, IA
Ottensmann, David - Sheboygan, WI
Owunwa, Eugene - Nigeria
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Phillips, Ruth - Sycamore, IL
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Picard, lohn -Englewood, OH
Pircey, Tony - Kent, WA
. . Pitcher, Karen-Alsip, IL
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. Powell, Gini-Roan Mt., TN
Purcell, Kim - Milwaukee, WI
3 Rachal, james-Opelousas, LA
I Rains, Melissa-Cleveland, OH
Randall, Kimberly-New Brunswick, Canada
Rascher, Er - Pacific, MO
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Ravesloot, Sarah - Chicago, IL
Reed, Kelly-St. Charles, MO
Reilly, Ray-Greensburg, PA
Reiner, Byron-Bethany, MO
Reusch, Andrea - Ottawa, KS
Rezetko, Robert-Tucson, AZ
Richeson, Christine-Troy, OH
Ridgeway, Lisa-Eau Claire, WI
Roark, Steve-Tucson, AZ
Robert, Michael-Santa Rosa, CA
Roberts, Daniel-Seattle, WA
Roberts, Rebecca - Tucson, AZ
Robinson, Eric-Highland, IN
Roemmich, lohn-Seattle, WA
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Rongey, Dave - Minneapolis, MN
Rottet, Robert-Rantoul, IL
Rounds, Robert-Sparta, MI
Royce, Iulie-Elizabethton, TN
Royer, Iennifer-Detroit, MI
Russell, Larry-Houston, TX
Salchak, Tina-Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Salzman, Stephanie - Munster, IN
Samuelson, Ieff-Ventura, CA
Sarchizov, Natalie-Chicago, IL
Sayre, Thomas-Hunlock Creek, PA
Scheider, Kathi-Fontana, WS
Schmidt, Daniel-Boone, IA
Scholes, Darcy-British Columbia, Canada
Schroeder, David-Wind Fall, IN
Schultz, Paul-Clawson, Ml
Schwabe, Susan-Muscoda, WI
Sematinger, Iamie - Suffield, CT
Shanahan, David-Owings Mills, MD
Shenk, Thomas-Manheim, PA
Shermett, Steve-Hollywood, FL
Sherwin, Paul-Alberta, Canada
Shubert, Karen-Saunemin, IL
Sisson, Lisa-Chicago, IL
Smelser, Timothy - Northfield, OH
Smith, Cindy-Kokomo, IN
Smith, Deb-Brooklyn, IA
Smith, Don-Belle Plaine, KS
Smoll, Dean-New London, WI
Smoll, Kenneth-New London, WI
Snoek, Frank-Woerden, Netherlands
Somerville, jeffrey-Lake Havasu City, AZ
Spahn, Lee-Sutton, NE
Spencer, Christine - Kent, OH
Springer, Felix - Vandalia, OH
Stadt, Heidi-Gary, IN
Stankus, David-Peotone, IL
Starnes, Robert-Hickory, NC
Stearns, Gregg-Des Moines, IA
Stevens, Matthew - Midlothian, IL
Stirling, Alan-Castro Valley, CA
Stowers, lack-Seattle, WA
Stroup, Paul-Colfax, WA
Strube, Timothy-Ridgewood, Nl
Sunnerville, Sue - Martin, Ml
Surin, Lunn - LaGrange, IL
Swatek, Martha-Creal Springs, IL
Swink, Clifton-Concord, NC
Tallman, Becky-Wheeling, IL
Talmage, Trevor-Delton, MI
Taylor, Sheri-Tempe, AZ
Thomason, Steve - Anoka, MN
Thompson, Karla-Morrice, Ml
Thorpe, lulie-Beloit, WI
Tobin, lohn - Philadelphia, PA
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Totemeier, Donelle-Santa Rosa, CA
Trontvet, Michelle-Thief River Falls, MN
True, Michael-Tucson, AZ
Truman, Rhonda-Mt. Sterling, OH
Twist, Karen-Long Prairie, MN
Vanderwerf, Lisa-Lansing, MI
Velasco, Angelina- Quezon City,
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It happens to me at the strangest moments: sitting in the plaza, waitin3
for an elevator or standing in the lunch line. I have experienced an over
whelming wonder and awe for a God who can call so many peopli
from such different backgrounds and lands to a place where they can
discover and develop the will of God for our lives.
I don't knovv them all personally, but there is a bond stronger thai
simply being enrolled in the same school. We are all part of the body o
Christ, the family of the living God.
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lose moments, I pray for them.
just as we have a common heritage in Iesus, we also share a common
ner man. We are all acquainted with weariness and frustration. We
ave all seen our own futile plans become nothing, only to have them
rplaced with the hope and direction of the Holy Spirit.
Look at the person standing beside you or to the one who lives down
ie hall. He is not so different from you. You may not know him, but
'ay for him. Inside that person is a past filled with darkness and broken
'eams, just like yours. Inside of him is also a future, secured by the
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Vizzini, Tony-Garden Grove, CA
ludie - Chicago, IL
Mary - Nairobi, Kenya
Timothy - Valley Stream, NY
Andrew - Grayslake, IL
loni- Lapeer, Ml
Wesley - Pekin, IL
Wertz, Michael-Arlington Heights, IL
West, Brady-Albert Lea, MN
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Wildman, Brad-S, Holland, IL
Williams, Barbara - Middletown, PA
Wilson, Hal-Etowah, TN
Winans, Deanna-Zion, IL
Wishop, Lynell-Rockton, IL
Witt, Timothy-Stow, OH
Wolf, Dan- Ianesville, WI
Wood, Sean-Ontario, Canada
Worthington, Deanna - Muscatine, IA
Wright, Iennifer- Pontiac, Ml
Wright, lohn - Elizabethton, TN
Yingling, Kelly- NewviIIe, PA
Yoder, Elisabeth-Hutchinson, KS
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Stars and Stripes, skippered by Dennis Connor,
wins back the America's Cup Iyacht racingj.
Arab gunmen seize three more Americans in
Dr. George Sweeting announces his resigna-
tion and his successor, Rev. joe Stowell.
'Baby M" and the fight of a surrogate mother
to keep the baby she bore for another couple
The New York Giants defeat the Denver
Broncos in Super Bowl XXI.
l's and G's raise the price of a it1 to 52.00.
Moody students return to start it all again.
Oklahoma postal worker kills 14 coworkers,
then commits suicide.
Lethal gas erupts from a Cameroon volcano,
killing 1754 people.
An Aeromexico plane collides with a private
plane and crashes in an L.A. suburb. Death
MBI students return
William Rehnquist is sworn in as the 16th Chief
justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
Hijackers open fire on passengers in a Pan Am
jet in Karachi, killing 21.
Terrorists gun down 22 worshippers in an ls-
Moody students recover from syllabi shock
Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev meet in
Ireland for arms talks.
The Mets win the World Series.
A bill that would help curb illegal alien traffic is
After a speech to the nation, Reagan answers
the press on sending arms to Iran.
The Democrats win the Senate
Lt. Col. Oliver North begins congressional testi-
mony on secret funds for Nicaragua's contras.
Semifinal heats to choose an America's Cup
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It hasn't been a good year for the race thus far. Not good
at all. The Soviet soil turned poisonous and breathing near
Leningrad proved hazardous to health, 500,000 bushels cf
wheat destined for the swollen bellies of Ethiopia, were sold,
instead, on the black market in Addis Ababba, several thou-
sand Afghani children left home one day or other and either
never returned or came home without hands and feet, many
perished in earthquakes and floods, hunger took others, still
others died at the hands of angry friends and family. Detroit,
alone, buried 360 of its murdered citizens before Labor Day.
Cocaine, it would seem, is coming into America by the
barrelful these days, and freed Russian dissident Yuri Orlov
stated through tears that he feels overwhelmingly guilty to
have left 'Iso many precious souls" behind in Siberian labor
camps. This was the news these past months. Not good at all.
If my faith and confidence were placed in man and his gov-
ernments, I surely would have wept bitterly this year, would
have ventured from home less and less, would have put my
smile away in the box where I keep my wishes and dreams.
Would have withdrawn and climbed into the pocket of de-
pression's overcoat hung on the hook far back in the closet,
forgotten . . . If my faith was misplaced.
But I thank the God who created the race and put govern-
ments in place, that my hope is built on the solid rock of lesus
Christ, that tho' the mountains should fall into the sea, yet am
I secure in the knowledge of my redemption, tho' dictators
parade their armies across the nations, my foundation is sure
and strong. If I am driven myself into the depths of the
oceans, my Lord will be with me there. If I am cast into the
lowest darkest coldest cell of Mongolia, jesus will share the
bread there with me. If I am left deserted and dying in a far
urban alley, the Holy Spirit will give comfort to me and if,
ultimately, I am thrust beyond this world into the next, the
hand I will reach for will belong to God.
It hasn't been a good year for the race thus far. Not good
at all. But for me, with my royal brother Iesus, it has been a
marvelous year of trying and proving the steadfast sweetness
of the Lord.
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Working Toward the Real Purpose
l'God gives the very best to those who leave
the choice with Him." The often quoted line spok-
en by missionary Hudson Taylor exemplifies the
attitude of many students in the Advanced Studies
Program KASPJ. Most of us have come to MBI
trusting Cod to lead us into greater things as we
leave the choice with Him. Many have left jobs
and are anticipating a brand new way of life in
Christian service. Some will fulfill that calling on the
mission field, while others are looking forward to
a ministry in the United States.
l'Satisfaction only comes
in a relationship with the
As an ASP class we have chosen Ecclesiastes
12:12,13 as our theme verse. "But beyond this,
my son, be warned: the writing of many books is
endless, and excessive devotion to books is
wearying to the body. The conclusion, when all
has been heard is: fear God and keep His com-
mandments because this applies to every Eersonf'
Solomon was indeed wise in saying that t e study
of many books is endless and wearying to the
body fperhaps he had theology with Dr.
Dickasonl. Without a proper understanding of
God, all studies are essentially purposeless. More
important, as a class, we recognize that God
wants us to fear Him and keep His command-
ments. Doing those two things is the essence of
what the Christian life is all about.
Like Solomon many of us have pursued the
philosophy of eat, drink, and be merry. We've
come rom the secular college and work world
where significance is found in "things" Like the
wise king we've discovered that life indeed is
"vanity of vanities" when one does not know
God. Satisfaction only comes in a relationship with
the living God.
As an ASP class we have bonded together
around God's word and each other. We are a
fun-loving group from many backgrounds, and we
enjoy life. Our prayer as a class is that we've not
only taken something from Moody, but also that
we've left a mark that will not soon be erased.
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impossible. For someone from an equatorial climate, coming
to Chicago in the spring semester is like taking a trip to the
Arctic. And now I know they didn't call Chicago I'The Windy
City" for nothing.
Staring out the window, I try to believe that I am Moody
Bible Institute, that I am in Chicago, the real city, not the pic-
tures l've seen before. During Welcome Week, able-bodied
students willingly helped me move my luggage to my room,
and I was impressed with their Christian service. Now I count
myself among the 1400 here.
At first It was surprised by the never-ending 'IHIH and
I'How're you doin'?" each time I came across a fellow stu-
dent. l must admit I was not prepared for such salutations!
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and needless to say, I never knew if I'd 'tresurface" into the
My visit to the Registrar's office was like a Greek lesson.
I'What are credit hours? and what is this '12 hour business?"
I managed somehow to work out a suitable and comfortable
schedule, only to have the computer reorganize it
completely. We never had to deal with closed classes at
And now Romans 8:28 has taken on a new meaning for
me and I have found assurance that Moody Bible Institute is
where God wants me to be, that He causes all things to work
for good to those who love Him and are called according to
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This is the story of a change in my life that took place not
Although it's concerning, it's one about learning, it doesn't
beg pity or woe.
l stepped out from day school to work for awhile, l'm
planning to marry in May.
You see, full-time schooling can be all consuming, and l
need to prepare for that day.
'You'll lose your pace if you leave this place . . . There's a
chance you might never return."
They told me that training was the Lord's will for me, but
He took me elsewhere to learn.
With my books put aside I proceeded full stride to the
frontlines of battling self,
Each day to be tested, and pray I'm not bested in a world
seeking pleasure and wealth.
My paychecks are larger, my time is my own. Temptations
are different, quite tense.
l'm faced with realities of my character, not volume of in-
Lust, pride, and greed are accepted out here, in fact you
might say they're the norm.
My convictions are challenged on the enemy's "turf", at
times my integrity torn.
llNow where's he headed, what is he saying, why is his
story so blue?"
Well, l'll tell you, day student, why l'm writing this way.
l've a message expressly for you.
We evening school students didn't settle for second, our
hunger for truth isn't less.
But three credit hours is all life affords, and we envy you
people . . . we confess.
So the next time you sit in a desk next to me, don't tell me
how burdened you are,
With deadlines and homework or chapel or glee . . . they
are much sweeter burdens by far.
Oh, l'm not seeking pity, I tell you again. l'm trying to en-
courage, my friend.
There at Moody it's special, the lifestyle is rare, but take
heed because it will soon end.
Take heart, praise the Lord, grab all you can . . . feed your
heart, soul and mind.
You will need it to weather the battles you'll face when
you join the ranks of our kind.
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Eager evening school educatees
Evening School Graduates
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Alm, Nadette Rae Is.26:4
Rt. 1 Box 243
Isanti, MN 55040
Plans: Bachelor music, marriage,
Intramurals 1 Tutoring 1,2,3
Boalt, Mark Ethan lohn 15:5
200l Sharon St.
Moody Concert Band 1,2,3 ln- Boca Raton, FL
spiration Brass 2,3
Andersen, Gerald Paul
Culbertson, MT 59218
Plans: Marriage, mission field
Intramurals 1,2,3 Men's Clee
Anderson, lacqueline Sue
Hanover Park, IL 60103
Plans: Overseas-Iron Curtain
Big Bro!Sis 1 Concert Band 2
Baker, Kerri Lynnel Eph. 2:8,9
744 7th St.
Kandiyohi, MN 56751
Plans: Pursue degree go over-
StuCo 1,2 Intramurals 1,2,3
Barton, Daina Rae Ps. 73:25
R.R.1 Box 236
Dix, IL 62830
Plans: Pursue degree work with
Intramurals 1,2,3 RACO 3
Beverly, lonathan Hugh Phil. 3:8
P.O. Box 71
Canaan, ME 04924
Plans: Wheaton Grad. Mission
Plans: Pursue degree
Intramurals 1,2,3 Renee 1,2
Bocnuk, Becky Ann Is. 40:28-31
1607 West 7th St.
Marshfield, WI 54449
Plans: Pursue degree mission
Floor Council 1,2,3 Women's
Briggs, Sharon Rose Ps. 115:1
14314 Marquette Dr. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87123
Plans: Pursue degree teach
Band 1,2,3 Senior class Ex. 3
Brown, Douglas Kenneth Prov.
7509 Wegner Way
OkC, OK 73132
Plans: Out for pizza with parents
Brown, jennifer Lynn ler. 29:11-
College Station, TX 77840
Plans: Pursue degree teach
Intramurals 2 StuCo 1,2 RA 3
Bryant, Cara Prov. 3:5-6
HC64 Box 33
Coldwater, KS 67029
Plans: Pursue degree teach
Buck, Robert Thomas
1999 Eagle Dr.
Elizabethton, TN 37643
Plans: Marriage, pursue degree
StuCo President 2,3 Men's Glee
2 Intramurals 1,2,3 Big Bro!Sis 2
Butts, Linda Sue ler. 17:7,8
1423 Crestmoor Dr. SW
Roanoke, VA 24018
Plans: Mission field
Intramurals 1,2,3 SMF 1 Floor
Council 1,2 StuCo Exec. 3 Life
Time Fitness Club 2,3 Prayer Fo-
cus Leader 2
Butts, Robert Henry
37880 Fox Run
Solon, OH 44139
Plans: Pursue degree
Men's Glee 1 Basketball 2,3
Intramurals 1,2,3 Dorm Council
President 2 RACO 3 MBI Today
Carroll, Cleo Brian Lam 3:22,23
4109 SE 1st St.
Des Moines, IA 50315
Plans: Pursue degree Bible teach-
RA 2,3 Intramurals 1,2,3 Sr. En-
semble 3 Tutoring 1
Chavers, Timothy Ben Ps.
2023 W. lnkom Rd.
lnkom, ID 83245
Plans: Pursue degree, seminary
Men's Glee 1,2,3 lunior Class
Cionca, julie Anne Ps. 119:11
4234 N. Keeler Ave
Chicago, IL 60641
Plans: Pursue degree
Women's Glee 2,3 Floor Council
2 Sr. Ensemble 3
Clemens, Wendy jacqueline
24 Gay St.
Christiana, PA 17509
Plans: i'To do something"
ARCH Editor-in-Chief 2,3
Coakley, Beth Elaine Phil.4:13
8633 36th Ave
Kenosha, WI 53142
American Intercultural Ministries
Plans: Pursue degree
Women's Glee 1,2,3 Exec 3
Intramural 1,2,3 Freshman Class
Exec 1 Tutoring 1 Floor Council
Cole, William jonathan Eph. 4:28
6231 S. Menaro Ave
Chicago, IL 60638
American Intercultural Ministries
Plans: Walk across America with
Connors, Charles William
lChuckj Ps. 37:4
Sylvania, OH 43560
Intramurals 1,3 RA 3 MBI Today
2,3 Studious 2,3 President Mick-
ey Mouse Club 3 Assist. Dir.
Candlelight Carols 3
Conrad, Thomas William Heb.
2918 N. Damen Ave
Chicago, IL 60618
Plans: Missions-United World
Married Life 1,2,3
Cordes, Brian lrl
447 E. Walnut
Washburn, IL 61570
Plans: Moody Aviation
Pre Ave Club 1,2,3
Courlas, julie Carol Ps. 116:1,2
Rt. Box 120
Stonecreek, OH 43840
Plans: Marry Mark Wilke Choir
director youth work full-time
Women's Glee 1,2,3 Librarian 3
Craner, Alicia jean Ps. 62:1,2
713 S. Holly Rd
Fenton, Ml 48430
Plans: Pursue degree
Intramurals 1,2,3 Basketball 1
Women's Glee 2,3 junior Class
Exec 2 RACO 3 Floor Council
DeMoss, Shawn Terrance Ps.
2222 W. Giddings
Chicago, IL 60825
Bible Theology! Bible
Plans: Sports Ambassadors
Basketball 1,2,3 Chaplain 3
DeWeerd, Celeste Eva Phil 2:13
2102 Woodside Dr.
New Port Richey, FL 33552
Plans: Christian Broadcasting
Prime Time Intern 2, FEBC Intern
2 MBI Today 2,3 Arch 2 Food
Dinh, To "Zing"
cfo The Browns
708 Largo Vista Dr.
Concord, TN 37720
Plans: Missions SE Asia
Vice Pres. International Student
Dinkler, Douglas Warren james
1300 Salem Rd
Burlington, Nj 08016
Plans: Pursue Degree
Doebler, Mark Bryan Ro. 8
721 Elm St
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
Plans: Pursue degree Missions
Intramurals 1,2,3 Chorale 1,2,3
Exec 1,2,3 Royal Stone Quartet
2 Sr. Ensemble 3 NATS Competi-
Doerr, Robert Anthony LK 12:34
Bellville, OH 44813
Lifetime Fitness Club 2,3
DuBois, Gary Peter Phil 1:9-12
Emmalena, KY 41740
Plans: Marry Melody Murr Wyc-
Missions AV Department 1,2,3
Durham, jennifer Lynn Is. 40:31
1624 Mohawk St.
joliet, IL 60432
Plans: Pursue degree
Intramurals 1,2,3 Women's Glee
1,2,3 Sr. Ensemble 3
Durocher, Paul Edward Phil 3:8
5416 Belmont Rd
Downers Grove, IL 60515
Plans: Overseas Christian Service
Man's Centers Married Students
Eggy II Tim 2:2
1835 W. Melrose
Chicago, IL 60657
Plans: Subject to change
Classroom attendance 1,2,3
Homework 1,2,3 Cove Sitting
1,2,3 Child Raising 1,2,3 House
Husband 1,2,3 ETC. 1,2,3
Everett, lanet Leigh I Pet 5:7
802 Sheridan Rd
Normal, IL 61761
American Intercultural Ministries
Plans: Pursue degree Marriage
Intramurals 1,2,3 Tutoring I Bask-
etball 2 Welcome Week 2 Floor
Fahnestock, Debra Kay II Cor.
Rd 112 Box 523
Mount loy, PA 17552
Plans: Pursue degree Missions
Basketball 1 Floor Council 1
Intramurals 1,2,3 SMF 2 RA 3
Faifer, William I. Gal. 2:20
1620 Lotus Dr.
Round Lake Beach, IL 60073
Field, Peter David Il Kings 23:4
10435 Marvin Rd
Harrison, OH 45030
Plans: Pursue degree Mission
Prayer Focus Leader 1
Fifield, Phil Phil 4:8
1586 Memorial Hwy
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Plans: Pursue degree
Filion, Marie Elizabeth ln. 10:27-
2924 Ezra Ave
Zion, IL 60099
Plans: Pursue degree work in
home church missions
Tutoring 1 SMF 1,2
Findley, Daniel De Ps. 90:2
1611 S. Douglas
Loveland, CO 80537
Plans: Europe!! Pursue degree
Men's Glee 1,2,3 Exec. 2 l.S.B.
Committee 2, Selah 1,3 Sr. En-
semble 3 Sr. Retreat Co. 3 NATS
1,2 StuCo 3
Fink, Christine Marie Ps. 139
575 Virginia Dr.
P.O. Box 328
Waupaca, WI 54981
Plans: Pursue degree
Floor Council, Intramurals 1,2,3
Women's Glee 2,3 Handbell
Fischer, Mark Edward Matt. 6:33
317 E. Fernwood St.
Morton, IL 61550
Plans: Frontiers of Faith in Virgin-
Fitch, Kimberly Ann Matt. 6:25-
15139 La Barca Dr.
LaMirada, CA 90638
American Intercultural Ministries
Women's Dorm Council 2
Friesen, Karen Sue Phil. 4:13
2167 Topaz St.
Clearbrook, British Columbia,
CANADA V2T 3W7
Plans: Marriage lan 3 Pursue de-
Women's Glee 2 Ass't RA 3 Vol-
Gardner, Elizabeth Mary Ez.
La Paz, Honduras
Plans: Missions in Latin America
Women's Glee 1,2 Exec. 2
Giesler, Corinne Lynn Heb.
8514 Cole St.
Downey, CA 90242
Plans: Marriage, Pursue degree
Teach 2nd grade
Floor Council 1 lunior Class Exec.
2 ISB Committee 2
Glanco, Stephany Lynn Ps. 36:5-
12636 Seville Rd.
Sterling, OH 44276
Plans: Pursue degree journalism
Intramurals 1,3 Government
Ministries 1 Big Bro!Sis 1,2,3
Exec. 2 Moody Student 3 Cross
Country Team 3
Gliebe, Kirk Anthony Phil 3:8
3233 Hoen Ave
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Evangelismflewish and Modern
Plans: Pursue degree
Class Vice President 1 Class
President 2 Men's Glee 3
Goulet, Michael Keith Iohn 3:30
9775 Limor Way
San Diego, CA 92129
Plans: Married Iune 6 Pursue de-
Soccer 1,2 RA 3
Greer, Matthew W.
1140 N. LaSalle Apt 319
Chicago, IL 60610
Gruber, Kenneth Eugene II Cor.
R.D. 111 Box 255
Bainbridge, PA 17502
Candlelight Carols 1,2,3
Hancock, Donald William Phil
RR1 Box 54B
Chicago Heights, IL 60411
Plans: Pursue degree Short term
missions Youth Pastor
Harshbarger, Paul Irwin Heb.
P.O. Box 180
Ellenton, FL 33532
Plans: Pursue degree Coach high
school basketball, McDonald's
Intramurals 1,2,3 RA 2,3 Ass't
Men's basketball Coach 3
Harvey, Paul Sheeleigh I Pet 4:19
Head of the River
Smithtown, NY 11787
Pastoral Christian Ed
Soccer 1,2 Tutoring 2 Men's
Henry, Pamela lean I Sam. 12:24
RR2 Whaley Hollow Rd.
Coventry, RI 02816
American Intercultural Ministries
Plans: Work with American
Higley, james Alan Rom. 8:1,2
Volleyball 1,2,3 Moody Concert
Hollingsworth, Merilee Debra
P.O. Box 11
Portage, IN 46368
Plans: Pursue degree travel
Intramurals 1,2,3 Floor Council
Holz, Bryon Douglas Mt. 6:33
148 S. Maple Ct.
Palatine, IL 60067
Plans: Pursue degree Missions
Floor Council 2,3 Intramurals 2,3
Hopkins, S. Bradley Col. 1:25-27
988 Waverly Rd.
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
Plans: Pursue degree year
Intramurals 1,2,3 StuCo Exec. 2,3
Hopper Pernella Lee fPennyI
13357 Hadfield Rd SE
Olalla, WA 98359
Plans: Deputation for Bangladesh
StuCo Exec 2
Huh, Heddy Ps. 37:23-24
7017 Strathmore St.
Falls Church, VA 22042
Huijsing, Iohan lHansJ Micah 6:8
't Woudt 10
2636 HD Schipluiden
Plans: Pursue degree back to
Men's Glee 1 MBI Today 3
jackson, Iohn-Mark Ps. 46:10
1872 Pandora Dr
San jose, CA 95111
Plans: Pursue degree in states
and in Ireland
Men's Glee 1,2,3 International
Students Fellowship 1,2,3 Exec.
2,3 Sr. Ensemble 3 Messiah
Soloist 3 NATS 1,3
johnson, Catherine Ann Ps.
408 2nd St. N.
Humboldt, IA 50548
Plans: Continue study in music,
Women's Clee 1,2,3,4 junior
Exec. 2 R.A. 3 Floor Council 1,2
Big Sis 1 Intramurals 1,2,3,4 Ora-
johnson, Terry L. Phil. 3:10
3641 Ridge Road
Plans: Missions- church planting
Married Students Fellowship 2,3
Married Students Exec. 3
Kennedy, Stephen Nelson I Pet.
Pekin, IL 61554
Plans: Marriage, Youth Pastor
Floor Council Open House
Kuchta, Tami Terese joshua 1:8
3542 South 97th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53228
Plans: Pursue degree teach
Tutoring 1,2 Usher 2 Ushering
Koch, Kimberly Kay I Cor. 10:31
P.O. Box 116
Williams Bay, WI 53191
Plans: Pursue degree
Women's Glee 1,2,3 Clee Presi-
dent 3 I.S.B. Chairman 2 Sr. En-
semble conductor 3 Freshman
Krahenbuhl, Heidi Ann Rom.
N2524 Co. KK
Monroe, WI 52566
Plans: Pursue degree
Concert Band 1,2,3 Band Exec. 3
Kuipers, Darrel L. I Tim. 4:12
2020 N. Mozart
Chicago, IL 60647
Plans: Pastoral Internship
Off-campus employment 1,2,3
King, Mark Winton Rom. 5:8
1087 S. Division St.
Lake City, FL 32055
Plans: Pursue degree Bible local
Intramurals 1,2,3 R.A. 2,3
Krukar, Steven Ierome ler. 29:11
3115 S. 15th Place
Milwaukee, WI 53215
Plans: Pursue degree, broadcast-
Announcer WMBI-AM and
C.A.P. MBN 1 Welcome Week 2
Senior Retreat Committee 2,3
MBI Today producer 3
Kline, Katherine Marie
1551 Happy Valley Road
Crown Point, IN 46307
Launstein, Ioanna Louise II Cor.
875 Westbury Place
Plans: Missionary nursing
Floor council 1 R.A. 3 Chorale
1,2,3 Chorale Librarian 2 Selah 1
Langguth, Lisa Lee Ps. 11617
144 Bell St.
Cary, IL 60013
Plans: Pursue degree, teach
Liddle, Lora Alana I Cor. 15:10
3308 Strong St.
Highland, IN 46322
American Intercultural Ministries
Plans: Pursue degree
Social Committee 1 Intramurals
1,2,3, Senior Exec. 3 Floor
Council 1,2 Cheerleading 3
Landrum, Cristi Lee I Peter 5:7
9 Timberlawn Ln.
Frankfort, KY 40601
Plans: Work with young people
LeVasseur, julie Ann Phil. 4:13
17650 Montebello Rd.
Cupertino, CA 95014
Plans: Pursue degree, Master's
Intramurals 1,2,3 Sports Rep 2
Lehman, jonathan Taylor Gal.
2440 Forest Grove
Wyoming, Ml 49509
Plans: Pursue degree
Shopping 1,2,3 Men's Glee 1,2,3
Accompanist 3 Royal Sons
Quartet 2 I.S.B. Committee 2
Lam, Edwin IHon Muni Col.
2, Toa Payoh, Lorong 7
H03-23, Singapore 1231
Republic of Singapore
Plans: Evangelist, teacher
ISF Committee 1 Freshmen Class
Exec. 1 Moody Student 2 Volley-
ball 1 Prayer Focus Leader 2 SMF
Lewandowski, Robert Raymond
6904 W. Berwyn
Chicago, IL 60656
Plans: Pursue degree
StuCo 1 Floor Council 1,2,3, R.A.
2, Welcome Week 1,3
Intramurals 1,2,3 Senior Exec. 3
MacKay, Donald lames Eph. 6:6-
371 Ethel St.
Winfield, IL 60190
Plans: Pursue degree
Chorale 1,2,3 Intramurals 1,2,3
'ICornman's Valet Service" 3
Culby Desk 2,3 R.A. 2,3
Stuntmen Club 2 Senior Ensem-
Marx, Iohn Christopher Heb.
3781 Vandalia Dr.
Winston-Salem, NC 27104
Plans: Pursue degree, missions
SMF floor rep 3
Maurseth, Brian Donald Phil.
12045 Gridley Rd.
Norwalk, CA 90650
Plans: Pursue degree
Intramurals 1,2 SMF 1 PCM
Spring Outreach 1 Men's Glee
2,3 Glee Exec. 3 Welcome
McCarthy, Anne Marie Isa. 41:10
551 Sea St.
Quincy, MA 02169
Selah Sr. Retreat 3
McCourt, Carolyn Grace Ps. 119
3830 Lanewood Dr.
Des Moines, IA 50311
Plans: Church Trainingfmissions
Floor Council 1,2,3 Tutoring 1
Oklahoma Spring Outreach 1
Mr. Badgero Fan Club 1,2,3
McLemore, Susan Nadine Il
1S 255 Windsor Lane
Villa Park, IL 60181
Plans: Pursue law degree
Floor Council 1,2 PCM Teams 1,
2,3 Telephone Team 3 MBI To-
Merle, Linda Edith Heb. 12:1-2
104 Elm St.
Prospect Heights, IL 60070
Volleyball 2 Cross Country Club
3 R.A. 3 Intramurals 1,2,3 SOS
Mielke, Susan Elizabeth ler.
Williams Bay, WI 53191
Plans: Pursue degree
Intramurals 1,2,3 Floor Council 1
lr. Exec. 2 Women's Glee 1,2,3
Handbell Choir 1,2,3 Glee Exec 3
Sr. Ensemble 3
Mikesell, MeLinda loy Prov. 3:5-
8625 La Prada Dr.
Dallas, TX 75228
Plans: Work, missions
Floor Council 1,2 RACO 2,3
Prayer Focus 1,2,3
Mironas, Patti Ann Ps. 73:25-26
4024 N. Bernard
Chicago, IL 60618
Plans: Pursue degree
Montgomery, Keith Warren
3828 Hamilton Blvd.
Sioux City, IA 51104
Plans: Pursue degree
Intramurals 1,2,3 Basketball 1,2,3
Social Committee 1 RACO 3 MBI
5037 Oak Park Dr.
Clarkston, MI 48016
Plans: School, advertising
Intramurals 1,2,3 StuCo 1 Floor
Council 1,2 R.A. 3
Naylor, Tamara Beth Iames 1:4
1674 E. Moffett Ln.
Bloomington, IN 47401
Plans: Pursue degree teach
Intramurals 1,2,3 Big Sister 1,2,3
Big Sister Exec. 2,3
Nicholson, lulie Lynn Isa. 40:29-
R.D. it1, Box 483 B
Saegertown, PA 16433
American Intercultural Ministries
Plans: Pursue degree
Publicity committee 1 Intramurals
Nelson, Brett lulian Heb. 12:1-3
5342 Oliver Ave. S
Minneapolis, MN 55419
Plans: "something related to ur-
ban, third world, international
development, mission, commu-
nications, and heaven"
Intramurals 1,2,3 MBI Today 2,3
Serf of A.V Dept. 1,2,3 StuCo 3
Fruit of the Loom Users
Nielsen, Bart Lauritz Lam. 3:22-23
1221 E. Hanson Dr.
Appleton, WI 54915
Plans: Pursue degree, tentmaking
Nielsen, Gary Kendall Phil. 4:13
2620 N. Highland
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
Intramurals 1,2,3 Big Brother 3
Floor Council 1,2,3 Bites 2
Newlin, john Henry Rom 8:16-18
8624 W. Fullerton
River Grove, IL 60171
Plans: Pursue degreefmissions
O'Connor, Patrick john Ps. 1
cfo Debbie Papuc
14498 92nd Ave.
Surra, B.C. V3R 7L2 CANADA
Plans: Marriage Seminary Mission
SMF Vice President 1 Prayer Fo-
cus Leader 3
O'Leary Karen Mary Ps. 119
3500 Hollywood Ln.
Brookfield, WI 53005
Plans: Pursue degree
Floor Council 1 R.A. 2 Big Sister
Oedewaldt, Elliot Cleve Prov.
Richland, WA 99352
Men's Residence Council 1,2
Floor Council Houghton Desk
Overpeck, Mara Ann jer. 29:11-
6809 Galway Dr.
Edina, MN 55435
American Intracultural Ministries
Plans: Bible School in England
Dorm Council publicity chairman
2 RACO 3
Owen, john William I jn. 2:15-16
832 Seward H3
Evanston, IL 60202
Plans: Work, pursue degree
Publicity Committee 1 StuCo 1,2
Welcome Week 2,3 Super
Sweat 2 EPIC 1,2 His Ambassa-
Pack, jennifer Prov. 2:1-5
3160 Danny Dr.
Lima, OH 45801
Plans: Marry Thomas Buck, pur-
sue degree, Put him through
Floor Council 1,2 ARCH 2,3 EPIC
Payne, joseph Raymond
Chicago, IL 60630
Picchietti, Dave W.
18975 Rose Lane
Diamond Lake, IL 60060
Plans: Pursue degree
Intramurals 2,3 Prayer Focus
Leader 2,3 StuCo Chaplain 3
Piszczor, Frank john james II
3648 W. 61st Place
Chicago, IL 60629
Plans: Ministry, mission, marriage
Intramurals 1,2,3 Sr. Recital-har-
Pontier, Karen joy james 3:17
216 Gasner St. :
Blissfield, MI 49228
Plans: Marriage, pursue degree
Romeis, Laura jane Ps. 50:23
330 Lexington Ave.
Fox River Grove, IL 60021
Plans: Mrs. Norm Waligora
Band 1,2 Band Exec. 2
Rourke, Linda Marie Phil. 4:13
4265 W. 82nd Place
Chicago, IL 60652
Plans: Possible grad school
Candlelight Carols 1,2 Moody
Student News Editor 2 Moody
Student writer 1
Sankaran, Kyrie Phil. 1:6
Apt. blk. 790, Yishun Ave. 2
1113-1457, Singapore 2776,
The Republic of Singapore
Plans: Grad. School, missions
Scheck, Thomas Peter Acts
1919 Middle Rd.
Bettendorf, IA 52722
Plans: Pursue MA, teach
Intramurals 1,2,3 R.A. 2,3 Mime
team 3 73:25-26 International Ministries
5015 W. Echo Lane Plans: Pursue degree, ICI or MK
Glendale, AZ 85302 Dorm parent
Schaffner, leffrey Bruce Ps. Communications!Writing Basketball 2 Intramurals 1,2
73:23-26 Plans: Law school, help reverse
11381 Barrington Blvd.
Parma Hts., OH 44130
Plans: School, missions
Cheerleading 3 Intramurals 1,2,3
Scheitlin, Bonnie Lynn Philp. 4:6-
9N900 Koshare Circle
Elgin, IL 60123
Plans: Pursue degree, marriage
Chorale 1,2,3 Exec. 3
Scholl, Christopher Martin I Cor.
3736 Woodbridge Ln.
Portage, MI 49081
Plans: Marriage, missions
Prayer Focus Leader 2 Ushering
1,2,3 Counseling for Sings,
Founder's Week 2,3
Schrotenboer, Brenda Ann Ps.
1362 E. M-89
Otsego, MI 49078
Plans: Pursue degree
Women's Glee 1 Intramurals 2
Smith, Timothy Lawrence
Rt. 2 Box 441
Centerville, TN 37033
Plans: Moody Aviation, missions
Intramurals 1,2,3 Men's Glee 1,2
R.A. 2 Pre-Aviation Club 3
,Solheim, Dawn Marilyn Ps.
rulings on abortion
Cheerleading 1 Selah 1 Chorale
1,2,3 Chorale Exec. 2 ARCH 2
Selah 3 MBI Today 3 Intramurals
Sonnichsen, Carl Richard Gal.
Rt. 1 Cemetery Dr.
Colchester, CT 06415
American Intercultural Ministries
SMF Prayer Focus Coordinator 2
Speas, William Lawrence Phil.
US.C.C. Group Sandy Hook
Highlands, Nl 07732
Plans: Pursue degree, missions
Intramurals 1,2,3 Soccer 1,2,3
SMF floor rep 2 Floor Council
Stephens, lonathan William Phil.
501 N. Lombard
Oak Park, IL 60302
Plans: Seek assistant pastorship
Stern, Elizabeth Marie Prov. 3:5,6
1609 St. Regis Dr.
San lose, CA 95124
American Intercultural Ministries
Plans: work with youth in inner
R.A. 2,3 Intramurals 2,3
Stewart, Angie Lee Prov. 3:5-7
14398 Sharon Valley Rd.
Crass Lake, Ml 49240
Stordahl, Tami Lynn Phil. 2:1-3
6821 Penn Ave. S.
Richfield, MN 55423
Plans: Pursue degree, teach
Freshman class social committee
Intramurals 1,2,3 R.A. 3
Streeter, Gina Marie Ps. 27:14
455 Mulberry St.
Zionsville, IN 46077
Plans: Pursue degree, missions
Chorale 1,2,3 Women's social
chairman 2 Floor Council 1 R.A.
3 Senior Ensemble
Sweetman, Charles Nicholas
25158 Newberry W.
Lake Villa, IL 60046
Married student- 'nuf said!
Surprenant, Robert T. Eph. 1:18-
6848 16 Way S.
St. Petersburg, FL 33712
Plans: Inner city church in Tampa
Heavy Metal Prayer Focus Lead-
er 2,3 StuCo 3
Tachick, Brenda Sue Ps. 139
37395 Lancashire Ln.
Soldotna, AK 99669
Plans: Pursue degree, return to
Tegeler, lames Earl Prov. 3:5-6
Rt. 1 Box 725
Pounding Mill, VA 24637
Plans: Music ministry perfor-
Men's Glee 1 Intramurals 1 Re-
Vance, Susan Ps. 84:11
66.000 Belem, Para, Brazil
Plans: Pursue degree, teach
MK's Intramurals 1
Vande Velde, lane Elizabeth I
Grand Rapids, Ml 49505
Plans: Pursue degree, work with
lntramurals 1,2 Basketball 1,2
Van Ravenswaay, Wendy K. I
2764 Meadowbrook S.E.
Grand Rapids, Ml 49506
Plans: Marry Marc Mills, pursue
Cheerleader 1 R.A. 3
Van Swol, Mari Lou Phil. 4:13
8518 S. Kolmar
Chicago, IL 60652
Plans: Pursue degree, missions
lntramurals 1,2,3 Floor Council
1,3 Tutoring 2 Welcome Week
Walton, David Allen I Thess.
5626 Riviera Drive
Fort Wayne, IN 46825
Plans: Pursue career in television
Men's Volleyball Club 1,2,3 Cap-
tain 3 Floor Council 2,3 RACO 3
Women's Volleyball Assistant
2,3 Welcome Week 2,3 MBI To-
day 2,3 O.T. Survey 1,2
Warren, Tracy Lynn ler. 29:11-
P.O. Box 505
Daleville, IN 47334
Plans: Pursue degree
Intramurals 1,3 RACO 3
Wartian, lames Leonard Phil.
Troy, Ml 48083
Plans: Pursue degree, seminary
Floor Council 3 Communist Pray-
er Focus Leader 3
Wilke, Mark Ora Phil. 3:13-14
7780 Parkway Dr. 172203
La Mesa, CA 92041
Plans: Marriage, youth pastor
Senior Exec. Welcome Week
Wilkinson, Grant Edward ln.
445 Clarence St.
Plans: Pursue degree
International Students 1,2,3
Williams, Eugene ln. 8:32
11503 Crosby Dr.
Fenton, Ml 48430
Communications!A.V. - Broad-
Plans: Pursue degree, missionary
Intramurals 1,2,3 A.V. serf
Wozniak, Brion Arthur ll Cor.
Garden City, Ml 48135
Plans: Pursue degree
Intramurals 1,2,3 R.A. 2 Sr. Exec.
MBI Today 3 Candlelight Carols
2,3 Floor Council 1
Yost, Yvonne Lee
Rd. H1 Kimball Hill
Union City, PA 16438
Plans: Pursue degree, missions
Chorale 1,2 Oratorio 1,2,3
lntramurals 1 Freshmen Publicity
Committee R.A. 2,3 SOS Team 2
Zenisek, Annette Cherie Phil.
18680 Fox Rd.
Hiram, OH 44234
Plans: Pursue degree
MBI Today 3
Zimmerman, Susan loy
23117 Whitley Dr.
Mt. Clemens, Ml 48043
Plans: Pursue degree in
Women's Glee 3
Aaron, Catherine 180
Abbott, lulie 180
Abell, Gwen 80
Abell, Teresa 136
Achziger, Damon 136
Achziger, Tracy 83,180
Acott, Stephen 204
Adams, Kaye 83,166
Aden, Kimberly 166
Aebi, Michael 180,183
Aguina, Daneen 136
Ahn, Kukwhan 200
Akins, Stephanie 180
Alexander, Dan 166
Alfsen, Cheryl 180
Alm, Nadette 79,136
Alton, lohn 53,180
Amemiya, Miyoko 136
Anders, Patrick 84,166,170
Anderson, Carol 180
Anderson, David 180,188
Anderson, Elaine 79,180
Anderson, Eric 84
Anderson, Gene 200
Anderson, Gerald 84
Anderson, lacqueline 136,162
Anderson, Nathan 84,180
Anderson Norman 164
Anderson, Wayne 180
Andrews, loy 166
Andrews, lulie 166
Andrews, Mark 200
Andricks, Gary 166
Andricks, Imelda 166
Antrim, Shelly 180
App, Asa 136
Appel, Thomas 84,110,180
Appleby, Daniel 96,166
Appleby, lon 181
Armas, Mario 181
Arnold, Keith 84,181
Arrington, Eddie 204
Arrowsmith, Douglas 204
Asega, Henry 136
Asher, Tim 56
Asmus, Andrew 181
Avery, lohn 137
Baiduc, Caroline 70,141,137
Bailey, Mia 181
Bailey, Stacie 166
Bain, Sandra 166
Baird, Tammie 181
Baker, Kerri 137
Bales, lanice 166
Baliles, Paul 181
Barber, Deborah 181
Barger, David 200
Barker, lames 181
Baron, Becky 166
Barr, Greg 84,200
Barton, Daina 137
Bartos, lohn 166
Bascom, Monte 181
Bassett, Tom 166
Beach, Rosemary 79,181
Bearden, Sheri 204
Beaty, Andrew 84,166
Beaumont, Robin 181
Bechhold, Lisa 55,137,155
Begly, lames 137
Beisell, jason 181
Bell, Linda 137
Beloz, Lisa 181
Bennecke, Ronald 181
Bennett, David 200
Bennett, ludith 166
Benware, David 166
Berg, Alan 167
Bergan, jennifer 167
Berkimer, Nancy 181
Bernard, Melanie 167
Berry, Andrew 181
Beverly, jonathan 137
Beverly, Tracy 138
Beyer, Chris 84,138
Bicket, ludi 138
Billow, Troy 181
Birba, Beatrice 181
Bird, David 138
Blair, Curtis 138
Blann, Cheri 105,181
Bliesner, Karen 167
Bly, Donald 200
Blycker, Timothy 83
Boalt, Mark 138,143,155
Bocnuk, Becky 80,138
Bodden, lohn 204
Boger, Ronald 79,167
Boggess, Randall 204
Bohn, Rosemary 167
Bolin, Sherri 181
Bond, Donald 181
Bonita, Gineen 181
Boone, Grace 55,181
Borrillo, Beth Anne 204
Boshart, Amy 138
Bovee, Melany 181
Bowles, George 138
Bozic, Amy 181
Bradford, Barbara 200
Bragg, Donna 181
Brandhagen, Bob 181
Brasfield, lulie 74,167
Brask, lanelle 167
Brave, Kent 181
Bray, David 204
Bredfeldt, leannine 181
Briggs, Brian 84,181
Briggs, Sharon 79,138
Brinkman, Amy 181
Britnell, Douglas 204
Bronger, Ruthanne 55,59,167
Brookins, Michael 181
Brower, Verlyn 181
Brown, Betsy 200
Brown, Cheryl 181 I
Brown, Christine 34,207
Brown, lennifer 138,155
Brown, Matthew 181
Brown Rene 204
Brownell, Michael 181
Browning, Patrick 167
Brunt, Christine 181
Bryant, Cara 138
Bryant, Keith 181 V
Bryant, jennifer 181
Christiansen, Ron 79,181
Chronopoulos, Vivian 181
Ciocan, lames 181
Cionca, lulie 80,139
Cuipak, Sam 143
Clark, Dee 168,169
Clark, Glenn 139
Clark, lack 181
Clark, Paul 169
Clark, Jody 181
Clark, Robert 200
Clayton, Eric 204
Clemens, Wendy 139,2,72,73
Bryant, lessica 138
Buck, Karen 80,115,167
Buck, Thomas 99,138
Buckingham, lulie 167
Bucy, Ann 71,167
Buchwalter, Mark 181
Buckwalter, Whitney 181
Budai, Anna 80,181
Buell, Gary 167
Buresh, Cathy 167
Burke, Kent 181
Burkholder, lulie 138
Burnett, Robert 181
Burns, Robert 167
Busenitz, leanette 55,138
Butler, Enos 181
Butts, Linda 138
Butts, Robert 138,139
Cadwell, Bradley 181
Calixte, lean-Luc 53,167
Calvert, Gerald 181
Cameron, Michael 181
Cameron, Wendy 181
Camilla, Robbins 207
Campbell, Karen 138
Cangialosi, Roger 204
Canji, Ted 32
Carlson, Sheryl 181
Carlson, Suzanne 79
Carmean, Karen 80,181
Carrier, lennifer 181,72,73
Carroll, Brian 124,139
Carson, luliana 167
Carter, Michael 167
Casper, Don 204
Casper, Suzette 139,146
Castenholz, lohn 204
Castillo, Lonnie 139
Cato, Cato 204
Cellan, Tina 83,181
Champagne, Robert 181
Chang, Keo-lye 200
Chao, Grace 204
Chase, Mark 83,181
Chavers, Timothy 84,139
Cheng, Daniel 139
Chesebro, Michelle 181
Chisolm, Greg 124
Chow, Sze-Kit 139
Christen, Calvin 181
Christen, Renea 123
Christensen, Timothy 167
Cleveland, Lisa 92,169
Clever, Scott 204
Clifton, Stephen 83
Clinch, Christopher 124,169
Cline, Bryce 116,181
Coakley, Beth 80,139
Cochran, Harold 139,160
Coffman, lames 32,169
Coffman, Lisa 169
Cole, Claressa 139
Cole, Sue 204
Cole, William 140
Coleman, Kristen 200
Collins, Paul 169
Combs, Brenda 169
Compton, Paul 181
Conard, Melody 80,181
Conn, Christopher 181
Connors, Charles 124,140
Conrad, Thomas 140
Conway, lulie 181
Cook, Carol 200
Cook, Eddy 182
Cook, jason 32,70
Cook, lohn 182
Cook, Kim 169
Copeland, Paul 83,182
Cordes, Brian 140
Corey, Scott 182
Cosgrove, Doni 182
Corwin, April 169
Costanza, lames 182
Coulsting, Holly 140
Courlas, lulie 80,140
Courtney, Kristi 182
Coy, Mike 110
Crafts, Michael 182
Craker, Doyle 182
Craner, Alicia 80,140
Craner, Laura 80,182
Crawford, Paula 182
Creason, Robert 32
Criel, Ronald 84
Cross, Travis 182
Crothers, lohn 182
Crouse, Todd 169
Cudal, Arnfield 169
Cunningham, Robert 140
Czech, Michael 32,182
Dages, Robert 71,169
Dangelo, Beverly 204
Darling, Lana 80,182
Darling, Lisa 182
Darling, Lori 182
Daughtry, james 144,169
Davis, Gary 204
Davis, Leslie 200
Dean, Michelle 182
Dearborn, Timothy 169
Dearing, Vicki 200
De jesus, Marta 200
DeKay, Michael 169
Delawar, Steven 182
Demoss, Shawn 140
Dempsey, Krista 182
DeNeui, Aaron 169
DeVries, Bruce 84,169
DeWeerd, Celeste 88,140
DeWeese, Steven 169
DeYoung, Larry 182
Diaz, Rebecca 204
Dickerson, Matt 182
Dickerson, Teresa 182
Dinkler, Douglas 140
Dodd, Sam 169
Dobson, Kimberly 70,140
Doebler, Mark 83,136,141
Doerr, Robert 141
Doten, Maureen 182
Doughty, Shannon 80,207
Downen, Wayne 84,169
Downey, jonathan 204
Downey, Matthew 141
Downs, Carla 204
Dubiel, Mary 182
DuBois, Gary 34,141
DuBois, Shelby 182
Duden, Kristie 169
Dugan, Thomas 182
Dunaway, Alan 137,169
Durham, Diana 110,182
Durham, jennifer 80,141,148
Durham, Ronald 182
Durling, Timothy 182
Durocher, Paul 141
Dusky, MeLane 204
Dziedzic, Robin 169
Eales, David 182
Easter, james 74,75,169
Eckblad, Tom 182
Edwards, Ivy 141
Egeler, Pamela 182
Ehrhardt, janice 80,169
Elvord, Wendy 169,58,59
Emmons, john 79,169
Empson, Laura 79
Engel, Robert 182
Enns, Lyndell 180
Erickson, David 183
Erieau, Timothy 169
Euler, William 183
Evans, Kathy 200
Everett, janet 141
Fahnestock, Debra 143
Faifer, William 143
Falco, Shari 183
Falk, Carrie 183
Farley, Richard 83,124,143
Farrey, Rebecca 183
Feltz, David 200
Fernandez, Curtiss 169
Field, Peter 143,150
Fifield, Philip 143,148
Filion, Marie 143 '
Findley, Daniel 143
Finger, Pete 71,169
Fink, Christine 80,143
Fink, Thomas 204
Finnan, john 183
Fischer, Mark 144
Fish, Deborah 169
Fitch, Kimberly 89,144
Flammini, Steven 201
Fleming, David R. 83,169
Fleming, David W. 169
Flood, Antoinette 204
Flood, David 204
Fol, Tammy 183
Folkerts, David 79,144
Foote, Sandra 183
Forney, Ron 201
Forrer, Liana 169
Fo, Thomas 183
Forte, Karen 144
Fortier, Sean 183
Fosdahl, Kelly 83,144
Foster, Leonard 183
Fountain, Fran 204
Fox, Timothy 204
Frantz, Rebekah 170
Fraser, Kent 170
Freitag, Steve 32,170
French, Catherine 80,170
French, Edith 170
Friedel, Teresa 170
Friesen, Karen 55,144
Fry, Chuck 124,170
Fry, David 83,170
Fry, Rodney 83,170
Fugman, Tina 183
Fulghum, Thomas 144
Fulkerson, Kristine 183
Gagliardi, Anna 170
Gallery, Daniel 83,110,183
Galloway, Cary 183
Ganshorn, john 84,207
Gardner, Elizabeth 144
Gardner, Lori 183
Garrigo, jose 183
Gatliff, Michael 183
Gaunt, David 144
Gauthier, jeffry 170
Gawle, Shirley 207
Gekeler, Laura 144,148
George, Ed 183
Georgeff, jay 205
Georgopulos, Peter 183
Getzinger, Gretchen 99,170
Geyman, Karen 170
Gibbs, Kenneth 170
Giddey, Colleen 183
Giesler, Corinne 34,144
Gilbert, Lorna 201
Gillum, Matthew 79,170
Giovannetti, Gina 183
Glanco, Stephany 92,74,75,144
Glenn, Dwayne 79
Gliebe, Kurk 84,145
Goelzer, Thomas 201
Goodwin, Wendy 205
Gordon, Nate 53,183
Gottsleben, Cherrie 183
Goulet, Michael 124,145
Graham, William 83,183
Gray, Andrew 170
Greig, David 183
Grna, Cynthia 170
Gross, Sheila 183
Gruber, Kenneth 145
Grussendorf, Mary Kay 205
Guettler, Heidi 183
Guidone, Edward 201
Gustauson, Tim 183
Hass, Donald 183
Hackett, Priscilla 205
Hageman, Deborah 183
Hall, Andrew 139,145
Hall, Chuck 205
Hall, Lisa 55
Halsey, Lisa 183
Halvorsen, jacqueline 201
Hancock, Dan 63
Haney, Daniel 183
Hanna, Chris 183
Hansen, Norman 79,170
Hanzelin, Steven 205
Harden, Matthew 183
Hardie, Eric 108,145
Haring, jennifer 183
Harkness, Stephanie 205
Harness, Mary 170
Harp, Goerge 74,170
Harper, Suzi 207
Harris, Matthew 171
Harris, Rebecca 171
Harrison, Bonnie 80,171
Harrison, Bryan 79,183
Harshbarger, Paul 124,145
Harshbarger, Susan 171
Hartley, Duane 183
Hartwig, Ronald 145
Harvey, Paul 53,145
Hatters, William 205
Hawkes, Tracey 80
Headtke, Valerie 183
Heald, john 205
Heffield, Scott 146
Heide, Roger 124,146
Heidekrueger, David 146
Helms, Shirley 183
Hendricks, Renee 34,171
Henke, Michael 183
Henle, Chris 53
Henry, Kate 34
Henry, Pamela 146
Herr, Wayne 183
Hibma, Alice 183,59
Hickey, William 205
Higginbotham, john 83
Higgins, Brenda 207
Higgins, Karen 99
Higley, james 79,146
Hildebrandt, Sue 183
Hill, Leasia 183
Hiner, julie 83,183
Hockensmith, Dan 171
Hodel, Mark 183
Hoeflinger, Synthia 114,183
Hoffman, Marjorie 146
Hoffman, Timothy 146
Hofman, Harry 84
Hofman, jim 183
Hofstra, Bill 32
Hogarth, Eric 171
Holiuchi, Nobuo 184
Hollingsworth, Merilee 146
Holz, Byron 147
Hook, David 201
Hooker, joanne 79,171
Hopkins, Bradley 147
Hopkins, Curtis 79,184
Hopper, Pernella 34,89,147
Horbus, Dave 171
Hormig, Dave 171
Hornemann, janet 171
Hornemann, jurgen 171
Hottinger, Laurie 34,71,201
Howard, Darryl 205
Howe, jan 55,184
Hufen, Mark 171
Huffine, Steven 147
Hughes, Valerie 184
Huh, Heddy 147
Huhta, Steve 79,184
Huijsing, johan 147
Hulet, Clayton 184
Human, Brian 53
Humes, Kristyne 184
Hunter, Laura 207
Hunter, Mary 201
Hunter, Ross 184
Hunter, Timothy 171
Hutton, jared 184
Hyma, jeffrey 171
Hynden, Dave 184
Ingersoll, jeff 83,171
lnion, Brent 84,184
lnvergo, Anthony 147
lseminger, Nancy 83,201
lto, Kirk 184
Ivey, Melissa 205
jackson, Debra 171
jackson, Mark 84,147
jacobson, jennifer 184
james, julia 79,171
jefferson, Deltha 83,171
jentink, Craig 149
jobe, Marsela 184
johnson Catherine 80,149
johnson Debbie 184
johnson Franklin 201
johnson, Lora 201
johnson, Rene 83,184
johnson Rick 53,84,184
johnson Sheila 184
johnson Terry 149
ioiiie, David 184
jones, Carolyn 80,184
jones, Elizabeth 184
jones, jared 149
jones, Scott 205
josma, Deborah 184
ju, Chiao-Feng 205
juane, Mark 32,184
juchems, Michael 149
junek, Ginger 184
Kalil, john 205
Kalne, Debbie 171
Kaloupek, Teresa 201
Kamphausen, Linda 149
Kanter, john 184
Kappel, Walter 184
Katzir, Rivka 205
Kayen, David 205
Kealy, Tim 53,184
Keazirian, Faith 185
Keefauver, Nancy 172
Keehn, Grant 185
Kelly, Melissa 185
Kemp, Clint 185
Kendal, Rachel 70,172
Kendal, Ruth 80,185
Kennedy, Stephen 149
Kenny, William 205
Kerr, Tim 205
Kesler, Robert 185
Ketchum, Roberts 149
Khamphay, Outhay 185
Kihumba, Charles 185
Kimm, Beth 185
King, Kathleen 185
King, Mark 124,149
King, Michael 172
King, Robert 201
Kirk, Wesley 185
Kizziar, jennifer 80,185
Kline, Katherine 149
Klopp, Richard 149
Knee, janet 55,185
Knickerbocker, Dave 163
Knight, Michael 79,172
Knight, Tim 89,185
Koch, Bryan 185
Koch, Kimberly 80,149
Koesema, john 185
Koh, jessamine 172
Kolarek, Merry 34
Kollker, Marie 185
Korda, Constantia 205
Kornit, Carla 185
Koross, Laurence 185
Kosterman, james 149
Krahenbuhl, Heide 79,149
Krause, Paul 185
Kregel, Dan 205
Kriemelmeyer, Kurt 185
Kring, Kathleen 185
Krogman, Michael 172
Krueger, Karen 185
Krueger, Kari 185
Krukar, Steven 151
Krusza, Cindy 185
Ku, Min 185
Kuchta, Tami 151
Kuipers, Darrel 151
Kummer, Bob 122
Kutz, Randy 185
Ladenberger, Glenn 172
LaGioia, Rock 185
Lahdeaho, Seppo 71,201
Laitinen, Pete 185
Lam, Edwin 70,151
Lammers, Pete 172
Lampe, john 151
Lampejo, Dlabisi 201
Lancaster, Lynn 202
Landrum, Cristi 151
Lang, Gregory 185
Langguth, Lisa 151
Lauby, jeff 83,151
Launstein, joanna 83,124,151
Lauring, Kevin 205
Lawson, Melvin 172
Lawton, Steve 207
Leach, Cami 185
Leath, William 185
Lebeck, jayne 102,151
Lee, Edgar 185
Lee, jin Kyu 185
Lee, john 185
Lee, Lora 185
Lee, Won Chul 205
Lehmann, jonathan 84,151
Leininger, jill 80,185
Leininger, Thomas 172
Leong, Anna 151,72,73
LeVasseur, julie 151,154
Lewandowski, Robert 151
Lewis, Diane 185
Lewis, Greg 205
Lewis, Mitchell 185
Lewis, Troy 172
Liddle, Lora 108, 151
Lienemann, Randall 172
Lim, Francis 205
Lima, Deborah 80
Lin, David 186
Linberger, Gregory 186
Lindstrom, jay 172
Lindstrom, Thomas 151
Lineburg, Rene 83,172
Lineburg, Ron 172
Lines, Frances 207
Llewellyn, David 202
Lloyd, Bradley 141,152
LoBue, Steven 202
Loewen, Shawn 84,172
Loney, David 83,186
Long, Anand 152
Longinow, Mike 71
Lookenott, Michael 172
Lopez, Caleb 205
Losos, Kim 172
Lott, jenny 172
Love, Karen 83,172
Lowe, Grace 79,152
Lumadue, Rick 186
Lundgren, julie 34,80,173
Lunow, Marie 186
Lusher, Kimberly 80,186
Lynch, Laurie 202
MacGirvin, Gayle 186
MacKay, Donald 83,124,149,152
Mackintosh, Christopher 84,186
Magnuson, Sonja 70,173
Mahoney, Greg 205
Malzner, Kerry 202
Mansour, Steve 173
Mariner, john 70
Maris, Peter 186
Markell, Loren 80
Marker, Tom 186
Marks, Eldon 84
Marsh, Amy 173
Marshall, Cindy 205
Marshall, jacqueline 83,173
Martin, Brenda 173
Martin, Laura 173
Martin, Nathan 186
Martin, Rebekah 80
Martin, Ronald 186
Martin, Tommy 186
Matthews, Carol 186
Martz, Earl 186
Marx, john 152,173
Mashlan, Eric 205
Mataewson, Daniel 205
Maulding, David 202
Maurseth, Brian 84,152
May, Thomas 186
Mayer, David 186
Mayne, Kenneth 84,173
McCarthy, Anne 152
McClellan, Karen 173
McClintic, Alice 55,59,207
McConaghie, Peter 84
McConnell, Tracy 206
McCourt, Carolyn 152
McCoy, Gary 202
McDonald, Charles 153
McDonald, Scott 102
McDonaugh, james 202
McElwee, Alan 84,186
McFarlane, Sally 186
McGrath, David 173
McHugh, Christopher 34,71,173
McKee, Brent 186
McLachlin, Tammy 186
McLemore, Susan 153
McNally, Rick 173
McNamara, james 186
McPherson, Ken 173
Meads, Shawn 71,186
Mendes, George 173
Mercier, Catherine 186
Merilatt, Natalie 80,186
Merle, Linda 153
Mertens, Michael 173
Metzler, Erika 83,173
Meyers, Timothy 153
Midkiff, Theresa 59
Mielke, Susie 80,108,153
Mikel, Phyllis 63
Mikesell, Melinda 153
Milbank, Pamela 206
Miller, Michele 173
Miller, Tim 53,173
Mills, Kimberlie 202
Mills, Marc 153
Mironas, Patti 153
Mirza, Debbie 186
Mitchell, Paul 186
Moffitt, Michelle 206
Montgomery, Keith 154
Montgomery, Neil 173
Moon, Darin 186
Moore, Kelly 186
Moran, Arthur 174,53
Morgan, Booker 186
Morgan, Daniel 154
Morgan, Robert 186
Morris, john 202
Morris, Linda 22
Morris, Sharon 80,174
Mosher, Charlotte 186
Moss, joann 154
Mountz, Caroline 80,174
Munsell, john 174
Munson, Gregory 206
Murphy, David 154
Murphy, Deborah 83,174
Murphy, ludith 83,154
Murphy, Richard 186
Murphy, Sean 32,174
Musser, Daniel 84,174
Musser, Eric 186
Musser, Michael 32,174
, Denise 83
Nanda, Nalini 206
Naylor, Tamara 92,154,162
Neff, Kevin 186
Neff, Mary 174
Neff, Terry 174
Nelson, Ardis 79,186
Nelson, Brett 34,154
Nesbitt, Eric 53,174
Neswold, Amy 83,186
Neubauer, Susan 206
Nevin, Timothy 187
Newbrough, Anna 83,187
Newlin, lohn 154
Nichol, Barry 174
Nichols, Charles 174
Nicholson, lulie 154
Nick, Keith 174
Nicksic, Valerie 174
Nielsen, Bart 154
Nielsen, Gary 102,155
Nielson, Heidi 202
Noble, Stephanie 207
Nordlund, Peter 187
Norris, Andrea 187
Norris, Carol 155
Norris, Marianne 155
Norris, Robin 174
Norris, Tamara 174
Northrup, Catherine 187
Olsen, Eric 174
Olson, David 174
O'Malley, Ann 206
O'Neal, Bryan 124,155
Onstott, lerome 206
Ortman, David 84,174,168
Osborne, Susan 174
Oseid, Diana 187
Osmanson, Kim 187
Osterberg, Andy 187
Ostrander, Richard 155
Otoo, lemimah 174
Ottensmann, David 84,187
Outland, Kevin 83
Overpeck, Mara 154,155
Owen, lohn 156
Owoeye, loshua 206
Owunwa, Eugene 187
Pack, lennifer 156,72,73
Palmer, Thomas 187
Panasiuk, Andres 70,174
Papp, Kathleen 187
Pardee, Kim 59
Paris, lacqueline 187
Parks, Erik 83,174
Pastuch, Richard 174
Patterson, Darrell 174
Patterson, Lana 174
Patterson, Robert 174
Patterson, Sandra 80,202
Pawlowski, Edwin 174
Peik, Elizabeth 83,187
Pena, Abel 174
Penn, Greg 174
Perry, Annette 187
Perry, Sue 34,79,83,187
Peters, Craig 156
Peters, David 187
Northrup, Linda 174
Nyberg, Richard 74,75,79,207
Nyhof, Mary 174
Peterson, Karene 83,187
Peterson, Susan 207
Petschel, lulianne 203
O'Connor, David 155
O'Conner, Patrick 155
Odette, Kevin 187
Oedewaldt, Elliot 155
Oestry, Lee 174
Ohlen, Christine 187
O'Leary, Karen 155
Oliver, Lynn 79,187
Phillips, Ruth 187
Philson, Beth 187
Picard, lohn 187
Picchietti, Dave 32,156
Piccoli, Kim 206,59
Pierre, ludson 176
Pilditch, April 80,176
Pinch, joe 35,176
Pircey, Tony 187
Piszczor, Frank 156
Pitcher, Karen 187
Pitcher, Kenneth 124,156
Pitton, Beth 176
Plumley, Bryan 187
Poelman, Steven 156
Pollard, lanet 80
Polo, Martha 176
Pontier, Karen 83
Pontier, Martha 156
Powell, Gini 80,184,187
Probaso, Lara 80,176
Prouse, Randall 167
Prout, lames 53,167
Prussman, Susan 206
Purcell, Karen 167
Purcell, Kim 187
Pyle, Starlus 144,177
Rachal, lames 32,187
Rackley, Tim 207
Radde, Bryan 157
Rains, Melissa 187
Raley, Tarri 207
Ramsey, Robert 157
Randall, Kimberly 187
Randone, Brian 71,84,177
Rankin, Sheila 177
Rascher, Er 187
Rasmussen, Lona 157
Rasper, Amy 187
Ravensloot, Sarah 188
Raybin, Noel 177
Reaser, lohn 124
Reed, Kelly 188
Reehl, lill 80,177
Regier, Rachel 80,177
Reilly, Ray 188
Reiner, Byron 188
Remmers, Phil 177
Repke, Rochelle 206
Repke, Robert 177
Reusch, Andrea 188
Rezetko, Robert 188
Rice, lames 55,74,157
Rice, Toni 79,177
Richeson, Christine 188
Ridgeway, Lisa 188
Riley, Lawrence 157
Roark, Steve 188
Robbins, Cam 55
Robbins, Lyn 203
Roberts, Kathy 58,59
Robert, Michael 188
Robert, Richard 157
Roberts, Daniel 188
Roberts, Rebecca 188,59
Robinson, Eric 188
Robinson, Greg 55,177
Rockwell, Mark 206
Roedding, Cheryl 207
Roemmich, lohn 188,72,73
Rohrmayer, Gary 157
Romeis, Laura 157
Rongey, Dave 189
Rosenberg, Kae Beth 177
Rosenberger, Stephen 84
Rothfus, Edward 207
Rottet, Robert 189
Rounds, Robert 189
Rourke, Linda 157
Royce, lulie 80,189
Royer, lennifer 189
Rozsa, Michael 53,177
Ruben, Sarah 80
Russell, lohn 203
Russell, Larry 189
Russell, Shelley 207
Rwakatare, Gertrude 177
Salchak, Tina 189
Salzman, Stephanie 189
Samuelson, leff 189
Sankaran, Kyrie 157
Sarchizov, Natalia 189
Sartor, Thomas 203
Saunders, Kristen 206
Sayer, Robert 177
Sayre, Thomas 189
Scarbro, Roger 177
Schaffner, leffrey 157
Scheck, Thomas 124,157,158
Scheider, Kathi 189
Scheitlin, Bonnie 83,157
Schell, lane 80,177
Schellenberg, Christopher 124,157
Schmidt, Carolyn 206
Schmidt, Daniel 83,189
Schmutzer, Andrew 84,177
Schneck, Bradley 157
Schneider, Matthew 124,177
Schneider, Maxine 177
Schock, Ruth 34
Scholes, Darcy 189
Scholl, Christopher 149,156,157
Schorr, Phyllis 70,177
Schroeder, David 189
Schroeder, Deborah 92,157
Schrotenboer, Brenda 157
Schultz, Paul 189
Schwabe, Susan 189
Sernatinger, lamie 189
Shanahan, David 189
Shaw, Blake 124,177
Sheldon, David 177
Shenk, Thomas 189
Shermett, Steve 189
Sherwin, Paul 189
Shickley, Stephen 83,177
Shimandle, Del 206
Shoberg, lames 92,157
Shoberg, Lisajoy 177
Shoppy, Wallis 157
Shubert, Karen 189
Simmons, Douglas 84
Simons, Marionette 207
Sinclair, Brian 124,177
Sissen, Rick 206
Sisson, Lisa 189
Small, Christy 59
Small, Sydney 206
Smelser, Timothy 189
Smith, Cindy 189
Smith, Deb 83,189
Smith, Don 84,189
Smith, Spencer 177
Smith, Thomas 206
Smith, Timothy 158,177
Smith, Yvonne 80,203
Smoll, Dean 189
Smoll, Kenneth 79,189
Snoek, Frank 189
Solheim, Dawn 83,158
Somerville, jeffrey 189
Sonnichsen, Carl 124,158
Soto, Norberto 158
Soulek, Susanna 177
Sourisseau, Angela 177
Sourisseau, Frederic 177
Spahh, Charis 83,158
Spahn, Lee 189
Spahr, Peter 206
Speas, Bill 53
Spencer, Christine 79,189
Spencer, Dan 177
Springer, Felix 189
Spychalla, Peter 203
Stadt, Heidi 55,189
Stafford, Kevin 158
Stakes, Perry 203
Stam, Terry 177
Stankus, David 55,189
Starnes, Robert 189
Stearns, Gregg 79,189
Steinberg, Eric 79,177
Steiner, Brock 177
Stephens, jonathan 158
Stern, Elizabeth 158
Stewart, Alan 206
Stewart, Angie 140,146,158
Stevens, Matthew 189
Stirling, Alan 189
Stoothoff, Eric 177
Stordahl, Tami 108,158
Storm, George 158
Storm, Michael 178
Stowers, jack 79,189
Stralnic, Esther 178,59
Streeter, Gina 83,158
Strietzel, Diane 159
Stroup, Paul 79,186,190
Strube, Timothy 190
Suhayda, Timothy 178
Sunnerville, Bret 159
Sunnerville, Sue 190
Suozzo, joseph 178
Surin, Lynn 190
Swatek, Martha 71,190
Sweetman, Charles 159
Swink, Clifton 190
Tachick, Brenda 159
Tegeler, james 149,159
Thiel, Darcy 178
Thomas, Steve 178
Thomason, Steve 190
Thompson, Carrie 203
Thompson, jill 80,178
Thompson, Karla 190
Thompson Philip 178
Thorpe, julie 191
Timmreck, Cheryl 178
Tinio, Leihlyn 203
To, Dinh 159
Tobin, john 190
Todd, Alex 190
Toster, Lenny 53
Totemeier, Donelle 190
Tracy, Mark 203
Traylor, Doug 178
Trca, Richard 70,84,141,159
Trecek, David 83
Trontvet, Michelle 110,1
Troy, Lewis 84
True, Michael 83,190
True, Timothy 108,159
Truman, Rhonda 190
Trumbower, Dana 207
Tschiegg, William 84
Tully, Karen 79
Turpin, Tim 178
Twist, Karen 190
Ullsperger, Scott 203
Valade, Lisa 178
Vanberschot, Suzanne 178
Vance, Susan 159
Vandenberg, Susan 159
Vandervelde, jane 159
Vanderwerf, Lisa 80,190
VanGorder, james 207
VanRavenswaay, Wendy 159
VanSwol, Mari 159
Taft, Sharron 203 Velasco, Angelina 34,190
Takacs, Lori 79
Tallman, Becky 190
Tallman, Dave 53,178
Talmage, Trevor 190
Tamplin, Bradley 178
Taufalele, Dan 206
Taylor, Kenneth 84
Taylor, Sheri 190
Vergason, Gerry 83,159
Vergoz, jack 178
Vick, Holly 191
Vigna, Nancy 83,178
Vincent, Kathy 122
Vinlasaca, Ted 207
Vizzini, Tony 191
VonBusch, james 178
VonSwol, Mari 34
Voss, Larry 32,178
Walker, Elissa 207
Wallace, Lisa 206
Waller, Adrian 191
Walton, Christopher 206
Walton, David 55,159
Walton, judie 191
Wan, Fung Lan 203
Wanalo, Mary 191
Warden, Lana 178
Waring, Timothy 191
Warren, Andrew 191
Warron, Tracy 159
Warth, Kimberley 206
Wate, Kim 178
Watson, joni 191
Watson, Stephanie 140
Watson, Wesley 191
Watts, Laurie 178
Wells, Paul 191
Wert, Darcie 206
Wertz, Dean 79,191
Wertz, Michael 84,191
West, Brady 191
Westadt, Dawn 178,72,73
Westlake, Dan 207
Wharton, Scotty 178
Whitacre, Carla 83,178
White, Becky 191
White, Deborah 80,152
White, lodi 79,191
White, Tim 83,143,152
Whitford, Kevin 124,178
Whittington, Twanna 206
Wickman, Patty 34
Widholm, Erik 84
Wiggins, David 206
Wildman, Brad 191
Williams, Barbara 182,191
Williams, Eugene 34,35,149
Williams, jeff 32
Williams, Rob 206
Williamson, Carl 178
Willis, Tiffany 206
Wilson, Hal 191
Wilson, Lisa 80
Wilson, Lonnie 35
Wilson, Raelene 203
Winans, Deanna 80,191
Wineinger, Kristi 178
Wishop, Lynell 191
Witt, Timothy 191
Wolf, Dan 191
Womeldorf, Ron 178
Woo, jennifer 206
Wood, Keith 207 1
Wood, Liana 203
Wood, Sean 191
Worthington, Deanna 191,59
Wozniak, Brion 162
Wright, jennifer 191
Wright, john 32,191
Wynn, Samuel 84,162
Yager, Susan 80,178
Yingling, Kelly 191
Yingling, Scott 83
Yip, Albert 34
Yoder, Elizabeth 191
Yost, Yvonne 88,162
Young, jonathan 79,191
Young, Kirk 178
Young, Mary Beth 203
Young, Tim 178
Younger, Laura 191
Zajicek, Frank 203
Zarate, Manuel 206
Zaubi, Steve 191
Zenisek, Annette 162
Zimmerman, Lora 191
Zimmerman, Randall 178
Zimmerman, Robert 178
Zimmerman, Susan 80
Zingelman, Thomas 203
Zoppina, Lucille 80
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