Moody Bible Institute - Arch Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1988
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Text from Pages 1 - 230 of the 1988 volume:
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Leaving behind the fam-
ily photo album, our lives
have mingled to become a
permanent part of the
Moody Bible Institute. We
have stepped outside the
framework of our past and
dared to follow a call that is
only now coming into view.
Focusing our minds on
the Bible, the Word of God
becomes the negative
which determines the por-
trait of our lives. We zoom
in on Scripture through per-
sonal devotions and gain a
through our Practical Chris-
tian Ministries. Whether still-
life or action, posed or can-
did, we reflect the image of
the One who has given us
We pour out this new life
- into studies, ministry,
friends, and activities -
and in doing so our field of
vision is enlarged. Yes, MBI
has given us a greater
grasp of the world around
us - it has given us the
The Bigger Picture -- as
we apply the Word of God
to a world around us. The
Bigger Picture - as our
compassion for those we
know is transferred to per-
sons we do not know, The
Bigger Picture - as our ex-
tra-curricular activities pre-
pare us for future leader-
ship. In a phrase, Moody is
the Bigger Picture.
Looking westward from the John Han-
cock Building, the city lights sit brilliant
against the skyline
"I know that the air filter is clogged, tt
carburator and the engine need to t:
rebuilt, but what in the world possess
me to drive it without oil?" said
George, always learning the hard wa'
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needy person in Washington Square
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Deonne Love, freshmen, posses out
trocts with the Jews for Jesus min-
istry on Michigon Avenue,
M- An oggressive yell in the plozo
helps to relieve the pressure of oc-
odemic rigor. Just osls senior Dove
Sitting in the plozo, Liso Sisson, Qnd
yeor student, finds sudden inspiro-
tion for her poper
Ed Powlouski tunes it in ond reflects
it out on o mellow lote summer
A big brother porticipont reoches his
little brother the delights of good,
4 OPENING: THE BlGGER PICTURE
Dovid Long ortemprs to comphrehend 'V VV V V .gn
fore him. before they heod out for their PCM. , f Af
The Bigger Picture ex-
pands our horizons, giving
each of us a nearly limitless
perspective. This vantage
point begins to focus when
we first step into the social
aura of our school. The blur
of people and events soon
grows crisp and distinct.
Conferences introduce a
splash of vivid color .
Speakers deliver messages
which bring out the brilliant
tints and pigments of Scrip-
ture. Each speaker chol-
lenges us to explore the
depth of the hues for our-
A sharp contrast startles
us as we compare the
block and white of aca-
demic studies with the
fogged-grey values of the
world. The high resolution
of Scripture unfolds before
our eyes through classes.
Dave Benware Senior, gives a bit of
brotherly advice to his sister, Laurie
Benware Freshman. "Carry that meal
ticket everywhere and save quarters
The flash of victory on
the sports field couples with
the release of giving it all.
We cheer and ogonize,
learning that physical disci-
pline strengthens our spirit-
Our development could
not be complete without
organizations. These groups
become a part of us and
shade our days with the ful-
fillment of taking the blank
and giving it distinct design.
We are thus shaped.
The intimidating size of
our school minimizes
through the enlargement of
individuals. Faces, names,
and goals all grow familiar.
The bigger picture takes us
from the vague, hazy lilse-
ness of an impersonal in-
stitution to the crisp portrait
of individuals who care.
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good seed with the firm
hope of harvest." -John
Dr. Horold Foos is o
Chrisrion reocher in the
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molse them rhinls through
issues insreod of reciting foo
glib ide-os. And, he isn'r
ofroid of doubt. One stu-
dent reports: "He once told
me To put my question on O
bocls burner ond let if sim-
mer owhiie, lest my broin
fry." Another recolls the
doy he opened 0 discussion
on euthonosio. "He mode
no store-menrsg he merely
osked questions. Only or
rhe end did he fell Us of two
older friends who hod
comitted suicide ro escope
rhe indigniry of growing old
in o society thot doesn'f vol-
ue the elderly."
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yes. Conviction usuolly is.
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before closs is 0 big thing for
Dr. Foos," soid one young
womon. "He rokes re-
quests every closs period,
ond often oslss members of
the closs ro lead." Another
soid, "When he soid he
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he wosrff just throwing out
o line. Dr Foos meonr ir."
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Foos, for being one of those
individuols who demon-
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rhe vision for a dying Chicago as he
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bigger picrure " As always President s
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places and evenrs rhar car-
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dimension of picrures on a
page This year's ARCH is a
reflecrion of your world ar
Moody. From here you
move inro a world rhor is
far bigger and significanrly
This world inro which you
move is full of people rhar
God loves and cares for All
lsinds of people Bur people
who are of singular impor-
rance as individuals,
The Moody world in
which you have lived for
rhese years was nor meanr
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world bur a remporary
sropping place ro prepare
you ro be launched inro rhe
bigger picrure of Gods
Remember rhar we
will be praying for you
and rhar your producriv-
iry for Chrisr in the new
worlds in which you
move is rhe very reason
why Moody exisrs. Be
sure ro ralse rhis bools
wirh you. Periodically
you ll need ro lools bacls
and remember rhis place
and rhese people who
have enriched you for
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rhe lay of lsnowing rhar
you are inro rhe bigger
picrure will be our re-
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rhor you do,
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Houghton," or ore Sondro Boin,
Troy Murphy ond Trisho Fink o
little off bolonce?
Bill Reicheld, Andy Asmus, ond
Luther Tsinglou take 0 break
from their Culby 14 floor meet-
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The life of o studentg it seems so
ordinory, so redundont - so
routine. Doy in, doy outg closses,
chopel, homework. The question
frequently posses through your
mind: "ls there life offer studies?" As
you rewind the film of your yeor,
you see the onswer to thot
question. Now you hove the
chonce to focus bocls on those
unforgettoble moments you hove
lived through, from exciting moil in
CPO to those Indion summer
evenings on the plozo or those
nights on Culby 2 when everyone
tried to beot the chill of o blustery
Chicogo winter. This is o snopshot
journey from the mundone to the
momentous, from the ordinory to
the outrogeous. It is your life in
You see herds of chotting freshmen, corts
piled high with everything from tennis
shoes to typewriters. Animoted mothers try
to tell uninformed sons how to keep from
turning oll their underweor blue on Ioundry
doy. Fothers filled with folse brovodo pre-
pore to kiss their little girls goodbye.
On the terroce neor Torrey-Groy, the
hulloboloo escolotes. Returning students
from every orgonizotion imoginoble pres-
ent their best propogondo. Sitting behind
toble ofter toble piled high with literoture,
they eogerly try to droft recruits.
Amidst the tumult, smiling R.A.'s ond
Welcome Weekers, clod in bright yellow
ond red shirts, oct os tour guides, movers,
The Plozo Comes to
Life As New Foces ond
Fresh Blood Join Our
ond friends oll in one. A doy to remember,
it is like wolking to school with your brond
new lunch box on the first doy of kinder-
This is the beginning of one of the wildest
weeks in most freshmon's lives. One ex-
cloimed, "l've never seen so mony cute
Christion guys in one ploce." Others were
surprised by the friendliness, "everyone
tries so hord to moke you feel welcome
ond tolk to you."
Within these few short doys, the Moody
fomily hos grown. Our lives hove been
forever chonged. A new generation hos
Story by Kristie Duden.
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10 FOCUS: WELCGME WEEK
As freshmon grow weory of llne standing, Tiffony Wlllls
smilesg she knows this is just one of the mony long
lines: the lunch line, bookstore Ilne, registration line,
school bill line . . .
Poised with o Welcome Week smile, Lee Oestry looks
hoppy even when toking 0 breok.
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creoted to help foreign students odjust to o new life in
the United Stotes. Todoy, they ore helping new fresh-
mon odjust to Moody.
Poul Krouse whips o friendly welcome ot the in-
coming Freshmon closs.
As mom onxiously moves her son out, she osks, "Did
oll these belongings octuolly fit into this one smoll
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Although it moy not be the sofest choice for on
compus employment, Jim Coffmon, senior, ond Mike
Coy, 2nd yeor, live out their life long dreom os
"Moody Vice." Public Sofery oides us doily in the
protection of our campus.
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"I get poid to sit in chopeII" If you
worked for the Audio Visuol Deportment,
you might too. "I con ect onything ond
everything I wont for breokfost, lunch, ond
dinner." Working in the cofeterio moy not
sound so bod ofteroll, huh? You might even
overheor o Physicol Plont worker humbly
soy to himself, "It's o tough job, but some-
body's gotto do it!" These ore the few, the
proud, the brove, the students who endure
However, other doring souls ore drown
to the hustle ond bustle of big city jobs, For
some the city "represents on owesome
otmosphere," os well os "better poyf'
Others retreot to the "outside" for the
Driven To Work By
Three Words: THE
chollenge of focing o moteriolistic society.
"I reolize the necessity of moking my foith
procticol. Seeing their emptiness urges me
to communicote the freedom ond joy I
hove in God."
The opportunities ronge from working in
the bookstore to serving coffee ot Tempo
or Coffee Chicago. Some cleon houses,
while others sell stuffed onimols in Woter
Tower Ploce. Whotever the reoson, wher-
ever thejob, oll student workers ore driven
by their common denominotorsp
"GlORDANO'S PIZZA" ond "THE SCHOOL
Story by Jenni Royer.
"Sonyo, how mony times hove I told you how to
spell Notionol Bank?" Sonyo Ovikion gets some lost
minute tips on her spelling from o porient boss,
K .asiflfur sf- " f
"I'II bet yo fifty big ones thot I con beot yer socks off in
o gome of tennisI" dee Clork, senior, looks omused
by her clientell.
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Forget Water Tower Ploce - scrap Rush
Street - don't even bother to hit the
Chicago Loop. lf you crave crowds, action,
ond excitement - head for the Plaza or
Culby 2, the seasonal hubs of campus flut-
ter. Both are fully wired with that super-
sonic grapevine thot "keeps things inter-
Spending on afternoon on the plaza
promises everything from sunshine to spot-
ting o future mate. A typical evening on
Culby 2 storts with jalapeno nochos and
ends with on exciting game of pool or
Students do have their preferences. Tory
Roborts, freshman, says, "The plaza is bet-
Ed George condemplotes mugging Wayne Herr for his
small ghetto blaster, but knows this won't work ln the
FOCUS: PLAZAXCULBY 2
lt s A Hoven For The
Sociol Butterfly - A
Ploce Full of Familiar
ter than Culby 2 becouse I don't feel like
l'm being watched. There oren't any
R.A.'s scoping the plaza. I also think we
should be oble to have compfires and
sleep outs on the plaza. We could FOOST
marshmallows and oil."
Some time about mid-October, the plo-
zo loses its oppeol Cond warmthj. The clus-
ters migrate to the second floor, where the
snack shop business booms.
Louro Empson, 2nd yeor student, sums
up the whole mood of these, our heralded
hongouts: "They are like sanctuaries away
from the city."
Story by Kristie Duden.
Blll Relcheld flashes that "Come Hlther" look at Eli:
obeth Yoder ln the plaza.
Scott Foutz and Robin Matthews help each other hone
their skills on the sunllt steps of the plaza.
Tommy Hogue obondons her posr or the Culby 2
shock shop ro mug for the comero wirh Deon Smoll.
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reod ot the some time," soid Jonet Knee to Debbie
"But woit Dove, did you moke sure your glasses ore
on the left ond your silverwore is on the right?" Dove
Peters very corefully ploces his troy on the rock.
16 FOCUS: DNNG HALL
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Eot, Drink ond Be
Merry" While Enjoying
Our Compus Cotering
Buried deep within Chicogo's downtown
turf, occessible only through tunnelied hoils,
lies the Student Dining Room. When in the
vicinity, odd smells often woft from its kitch-
ens. The dim lighting, mellow music, ond
shimmering gloss doors oll give the illusion
of o clossy joint.
Opinions obout the dining holl vory from
student to student. Some finicky ones show
their fostidiousness: "I believe the dining
holl is odequotely preporing students for
the roughest missionory field work," soid
Mork Hufen, senior.
Others like the food, but mention the
tunes: "The food ot Moody is good no
motter whot everybody soys, but whot-
ever hoppened to the 'Get-Out-of-the
Cofeterio' song?" soid Ed George, 2nd
This opinion wos echoed by others. "We
hove got to do something obout the music
thot is piped in down there," soid Ron
Christionsen, junior .
For the first time in Moody history, cosuol
dress wos ollowedin the dining room eve-
ry night except Wednesdoy. The student
body wos delighted!
For some the dining holl is considered the
best ploce to scope out ond meet people.
And, despite the the sometimes cold clom
chowder ond rore roost beef - it's still the
cheopest ploce for o dote!
Story by Kristie Duden.
"l con't believe oll the food he hos on his troy. He's
got to put thot yogurt bock!" Louro Golliher polices
the lunch line,
Now thot professors hove unlimited occess to the
cofeterio, it is not unusuol to see them spending time
with o student over o meol. Dr. Douglos Kennord hos
lunch with Kevin Whitford. R
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As Seniors Take It By
"You know how dreams look when they
start getting close, they start to look scary
" Dawn Westadt, Senior Retreat or-
ganizer replied after reflecting on the year
of planning. And that planning was great.
There were canoes to paddle, bikes to
ride, and vollyboll to play. "It was just
great to be free to do all the different
recreational activities," April Corwin said.
All the activities were there for the ask-
ing. Without having to worry about money
matters, the camp was theirs to enjoy. "I
love being able to get away to the woods,
not having to shave for three days", Tony
Invergo replied while Laura Martin, his fi-
ance looked at him with disgust.
Campfires, midnight motorboat rides
and a pizzo party all added to the fun of
being there. The great excitement of the
weekend was the ice cream available at
every meal. It was not unusual to see a
bloated Moody student muttering, "I'm full
for the second time. Why did I do that?"
The weekend would not have had the
impact it did if Dr. Russ Rogers from Inter
Act Associates hadn't been there. He
talked one night for two hours, and no one
complained. "He's not spirituolizing eve-
rything," Karen Buck stated, "and ultimate-
ly it is for the glory of God." He exhorted us
to live to our full potential by asking,
"Imagine what it would be like if this was
As the weekend drew to a close, seniors
had only one question to ask, "So What,
Now What?" Were they going to have to
say in T.S. Eliot's words quoted by Dr. Rog-
ers, "We had the experience, we missed
the meaning?" Or was their future going to
see the implementation of the dreams
they were building in their last year at MBI.
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my neighbor," but "So what, now what?"
18 FOCUS: SENIOR RETREAT
Joyful camera ready seniors travel vigorously to the
Hove sox wtll trove! Joseph Stetmburg convinces Dr Steve Deweese Koye Adams sung on o btcycle butlt
Wtlltom Mortv of ms mustcol obtltttes for two
HBut, Mrs. Oates, you don't understand, l did sign up
for the tennis courts. Can you see the eraser marks
. . A student questions Mrs. Nancy Oates about the
reliability of the tennis manuscripts.
Counselors Mr. Tim Hodges and Mr. Ralph Bradbury
enjoy doing what they like best. . . "COFFEE BREAK!"
Coffee is more than the trivia on the cup of Mr.
QQ FOCUS STUDENT DEVELQPMENT
Following another day of managing student concerns
and questions, Ms. Dorothy Hostetter, resident su-
pervisor, and Ms. Susan Shickley, director of resident
life, relax over a cup of tea and conversation,
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As on ocorn is the fruit of the Ook tree, so
Student Development is o fruit of Moody
Bible Institute. lf you were to pick up the
brochure which describes whot hoppens
behind those brown wood doors of the
office on Culby 1, you would see, on the
cover, three brown ocorns with the motto
written boldly ocross the bottom, "Come
Grow With Us." This theme presents the
wishes of the deportment.
Their common gool is to coll students to
"nurture ond support os well os to confront
ond odmonish, olwoys speoking the truth
in lov'e, so thot the whole body moy grow
up into Him, who is the Heod, thot is Christ,
ond build itself up in love."
Come Grow With Us
Ask The Heroes Of Our
Successful Student Lives
Student Development is the heortbeot
of successful student life. They ore not "bod
guys out' to get us," rother o unified de-
portment with o unified gool. As they hove
mode the tronsition over the post three
yeors from merely o "Student Services"
deportment to o more visible ploce of
helping, serving, ond encouroging, they
hove sought to be just whot their nome
reveols, on office devoted to our devel-
These men ond women, committed to
our growth in the body, could be better
known os the "unsung heroes of bottle."
Story by Jenni Royer
Mr. Timothy Arens, Deon of Students, gives wise coun-
sel to Joy Lindstrom, senior, while Mr. Joe Gonzolez,
resident supervisor, listens, Although fomilior foces ot
MBI, it wos their first yeor in these positions.
Student development counselors, Mrs. Potty Vonder
Sonde ond Mrs. Jon Moore get "psyched" up before
helping students find the onswers to their problems.
The scenorio of coming home ofter
school hos foded to o distont memory.
Greeting the folks ond siblings seems so
long ogo. Now, we greet o roommote or o
buddy from down the holl. Living in the
dorm odds o different perspective to get-
ting our homework done while building
Returning from o nutritious meol, the
Moody student settles into his or her
deskchoir to tockle on insurmountoble ol-
lotment of syllobi requirements. After five
minutes of serious study, the roommote
enters. Tolk, tolk. Gob, gob. Lough, lough.
Bock to the books ond five more minutes
"Where did Mom soy thot the lint filter is?" Ed George
gently pulls out the little godget.
Disturbonces while studying ore only worth it if they
include o brain mossoge. Twonno Whittington helps
Whitney Buckwolter relox her mind os she studies.
Q12 FOCUS: STUDENT DEVELOPMENT
Studying, Reloxing, or
Sleeping -- the Dorm
Floor is olwoys exciting
of serious study occur before the phone
rings. Chot, chot. Giggle, giggle. Chortle,
chortle. After five more minutes of work,
it's time for o study breok.
"lt's hord to get serious obout studying
before curfew. lt's too eosy just to spend
time with the guys, tolk on the phone, or
ploy o little nerf hoop," soid Brion Col-
lohon, 2nd yeor student.
Although it is difficult to study in the
dorm, the friends you moke in those mo-
ments lends voriety to the rigors of study.
The dorms ollow us to see reol people. No
focodes. Less the mousse ond ironed shirts.
Story by Down Von Konegon.
"Do we hove o problem with the evoporotior
oround here? How come there is never ony ice?!'
yells Greg Linberger to no one in porticulor.
Gwen Abell retreats to the Houghton restrooms to find
some reol peoce and quiet while working on the floor
"I knew we should have token the stoirs!" said Phil
Hoynes to floormate Keith Bryant, Once again, the
Dryer Hall elevator broke down on the residents,
Apple Jacks, the classic 11100 am. breakfast! Tim
Kelly and friend Jim Brandon rely on their own stash
because they missed the 7:00 hash.
"We'rejust one big happy family! Won't you be our
neighbors?" exclaim two Houghton roommates amist
Surviving college life without a room-
mate is like Gaitield without Odie. Some-
times we all need somebody to lean on.
But, this business of living together ex-
tends beyond hearing the same alarm
clock and pulling JAP's together. Kristi
Delong, 2nd year student says, "Every
night Marti and I eat garlic popcorn and go
to bed without brushing our teeth. You
need a good relationship to do that!"
Sometimes roomies even start talking
alike. Beginning with a little change in ac-
cent, pretty soon, they're using the same
phrases. The way you think can be in-
fluenced too. Chris Hanna, 2nd year stu-
dent says, "We enjoy sitting around ex-
24 FGCUS: ROOMMATES
Bliss Mingled With
Misery, It s Reality At
lt's Best in a Cubicle
pounding and stretching ideas we've
heard - seeing the possibilities."
Overall, roommates across campus
agree that "the single life" leaves them
feeling half-hearted. Bob Morgan, 2nd
year student, says of his roommate Mark
Jackson , "'He's handicapped and has
made me alot more thankful for what I
have. Things like talking and walking. lt's
And, as old friend Garfield knows, life
wouldn't be the same without somebody
to eat lasagna with and complain to about
Story by Kristie Duden.
"How many times have I told you to stay on your
own side of the room?" Robert Dages and Todd
McCauley, learn the fine art of confrontation.
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"Beth, I promise that l'lI never borrow your sunglasses
again!" Deb Smith puts Beth Borrillo back in her ploce!
Kelly Yingling let's Sarah De-nbow in on her secret, "I
heard somewhere that doing this for twenty minutes
o day was greot for your complexion. Just be coreful
to hook your toes under the mattress."
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ways filled with fun and games. Culby 7 and Hought- '
on 4W celebrate Open House.
Mark Juane, o man ready for all seasons, cheers on his 5-
sisters in intramural football, umbrella in hand. - '
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25 rofcjusf YEEKCQUSSS srorigeiffe
A young mon stonds ond foces the ou-
dience. He wipes his sweoty polms on o t-
shirt thot reods, "How good it is when
brothers live together in unity." Nervously
he speoks: "My nome is Roger, ond I
never ottended my Brother 1 Sister functions
Horrifying, but true. Mony students never
experience the joys of preporing chips,
ond grope Kool-oid for on Open House.
These people sometimes seek releose in
self-help orgonizotions such os
"Brotherf Sister Skippers Anonymous."
At their meetings, they speok of the
girlfriend who kept them from welcoming
lost freshmen into the open orms of lote
Our Bro f Sis Floors Bring
Love And Wormth To
night trips to the Sub Stotion, or Soturdoy
ofternoon intromurol footboll gomes. How-
ever, the finol breokdown occurs when the
BrotherfSister skipper reolizes thot never
ogoin con he leorn to core deeply obout
people in woys unimoginoble to the
Fortunotely, the troumos con be ovoid-
ed. On every floor ond wing, sociol reps
were oppointed to motivote students to
porticipote in fun-filled nights of frolic. From
gomes to sing-o-longs, everyone could be
involved, regordless of post mistokes, eve-
ryone wos urged to "come join the fun!"
Story by Jennifer Lehmonn.
"Let's see who hos o bigger mouth!" Looks like Julie
Adkins, freshmon, beot out Tom Appel, 2nd yeor
During Open House you take ony seot you con get.
Pornelo Evons, freshmen, obviously QOI the lost seot
in the house, but doesn't seem to be complaining.
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And you thought we needed 0 compfire. All you
reolly need is o couple of friends ond o guitor. "I've
got o river of life . . . " sings Down Von Konegon, Jon
Furseth, ond Kevin Sloter in Houghton.
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Murphy. At ieost he gets to watch the Cosby Show, in
the compony of Sherie Vonder Konegon.
Easily amused . . . Sue Perry, Tim Rackley, and Brian
Briggs are amazed by soap bubbles. "Lawrence
Welk, here we come!"
Kelly Yingling makes a startling observation about a
brother, "I am still taller than you - your hair is just
The minute hand slowly encircled the
face of the clock bringing 7:00 p.m. closer.
With each second, ten more girls enthu-
siastically entered the already crowded
lobby. The volume slowly rose, reaching a
crescendo as the elevator doors opened,
bringing a miriad of handsome men to
greet the waiting ladies. Yes it's Sat-
urday Night's Informal Open House!
Open House is that time when the dorm
rooms really get cleaned! You know, the
toothpaste is scraped off the walls, moun-
tain high trash cans are finally emptied,
dirty socks are stashed in the closets and
beds are reduced to only a few lumps.
Expected Visitors Make
Residents "Clean Up
Food is prepared, from gourmet meals to
Jewel donuts. Entertainment is arranged to
impress and entertain.
Walking onto a floor alive with activity
you could find men and women with
toothpicks in their mouths, poking at life-
savers or you could join a quiet game of
Trivial Pursuit. Men in suspenders may be
doing live entertainment for their sisters, or
a gentlemen in a tux could be playing on
his violin. The best part of open house is its
unpredictability. Just to run from floor to
floor to see close encounters of a new kind
Story by Teresa Stirewalt.
After yeors of comploining, .lockie Morsholl finolly "Getting o little onxious, Noel?' Moll Iso big event
receives o pockoge ond is sure to let everyone know in the lives of students os senior Noel Roybin
it, demonstrates in his close scruinty of his P O Box
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even hos 0 letter!
Chris Coulter hos gotten so hungry for moil thot he
connot woit till he gets to his room before he opens it.
30 FOCUS: MAR
With sweoty polms ond quoking limbs I
heod, for the twentieth time in two hours,
down the corridor which Ieods to the only
link with the outside world, THE POST OF-
FICE! School hos now been in session for
two long doys, but no letter hos visited my
My outomotic sensoring device Ieods my
body straight to the box. I bend down
inconspicously Cdon't wont to oppeor too
onxiousj in front of it ond quickly glonce
into the little window to see if there's ony
life in the cube!
Box Peeping Becomes
The Fovorite Post Time
Of The Students-
My eyes pick up the outline of on en-
velope. lnstont excitement pulsotes
through my veins, cousing me to lose my
bolonce ond foll bockword onto the hord,
cold linoleum. The moment isjust too greot
I seorch wildly for the key, second only
in importonce to food, ond discover thot I
hove left it bock in my dorm room. The
woiling woll in lsroel hos never heord the
likes of my cry thot night, olone in the moil
room with on unreochoble letter!
Story by Teresa Stirewolt.
"Excuse me, Miss Pardon me but I need some
ossistonce Excuse me, Slr " Unfortunotely,
Soroh Denbow did not "ring the beIl" for osslstonce,
She will surely have o long woit.
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see and face together
You and i . . . and this makes
me long to live . . .
We will feel the dragging
months in cold,
when life seems frozen still
and new growth, tender shoots,
are hard to see and sometimes seem
smothered . . .
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and be warmed by summer's breeze,
The colors of faIl's foliage
will invite us to discover.
Laced in our existence,
Close in remembrance
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will carry us on . . .
if only we allow it . . .
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Together . . .
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"I hope all our kids lookjust like you!" Michael DeKay
and Christine Brown comtemplate a future llfe to-
gether as the best of friends.
Friends, someone to sit on when you're tired, some-
one to choke when you're irritable, good friends are
hard to find. Luckily, Daniel Schmidt and David Mur-
phy have found each other.
82 Focus: Friendships
Escope to Lincoln Pork. Mike King ond Jodie Sweezey,
Dove Benwore ond Kelsey Monn find our pigeons
flock when food is on issue.
Closped in o beor hug, chin up, Morie Amyx ond Kothi
Nelson epifomize the words "Pride ond Joy."
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The true fest of friendship - someone who'lI let you
wod up his jocker ond sleep on it, then ignore your
snoring. Jill Thompson ond Michelle Miller enjoy o long
bus ride shoulder to shoulder.
Jenny Fenske corefully describes her dreomboof
doreg meanwhile, Chrisrino Boeremo tries nor ro burst
The scenario of seagulls and crashing waves catches a Tim Asher threatens Kelly Reed with "ten lashes with
taste of solitude, even in Chicago. Dan Spencer and a greasy french fry" as they enjoy sandwiches at Ed
Julie Andrews escape to a unique atmosphere. Debevics.
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Clad like a true Californian, Tim Kealy, Junior, rides
through the city on his skateboard to fetch his favorlte
newspaper, the "Chlcago Tribune."
341 FOCUS: OUT AND ABOUT
Moody students toke ci trip to the fifties MocDonoldS.
wishing they could go "Bock in time" for o cruise
down the Magnificent Mile in o 50's Corvette.
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Atmosphere Bring Fun
ond Adventure To
Promenoding through this metropolis,
one sees the distinctiveness of the urbon
dwelling we now coll home. This is Chi-
cogo, the incomporoble city, providing
eoch of us with diverse food ond fun.
The fovorite ploces of Moody students
were os voried ond originol os the city
itself. Sheryl Breuker, freshmon, soid the
best ploce to be wos "the grope deport-
ment of Jewel." Tim Erieou, senior, soid,
"The Nightlight Ployhouse, where quolity
Christion entertoinment is found."
The true romontics of MBI hod o different
ideo of fun. Melisso Hortmon, freshmon,
thought of "Woter Tower Squore, where
oll the horse-drown corrioges begin their
route . . . lt's so romonticf' Steve Shickley,
senior, is portiol to strolls by the "Wrigley
Building overlooking the Chicogo River."
Liono Forrer, senior, trots up north for
Ann Sother's Swedish delicocies. She soys,
"The food is greot ond inexpensive." John
Klopfenstein, freshmon, preferred the
beoch, while clossmote Scott Krus wos fond
of the Hord Rock Cofe. Finolly, Arthur
Moron, senior, retoins his ocodemic ded-
icotion os he "studies ot The Third Coost."
Story by Jenni Royer.
Or Not So Fond? The
Welcome Week ushers in porodise. Ah . . .
the selection, like Bressler's 33 flovors.
Which one to pick first? Then, sovereignty
seems to point the woy. You meet in the
registrotion line. His eyes ore seo-blueg her
hoir coscodes in o golden woterfoll. Then,
not twenty-four hours Ioter you find your-
self in the lunch line together. This couldn't
be blind coincidence. A wolk follows on o
worm Fridoy night. The loke lops ogoinst
the shore os you stroll lozily, the wind
tossing your hoir. He must be the one, ofter
oil, he's even spirituol - he proyed over
your Hoogen Doz cones. She's it for sure,
she ploys the piono. At this point, he storts
corrying o brief cose.
The relotionship deepens: you eot two
of the three meols together, ond you go to
Moody Church os o couple. You both like
You heor the gossip, "You'll never see
her oround onymoref' "Con you believe
he's spending time with o girl?" "Did you
heor obout their engogement?" The ru-
mors roor, ond you osk, "Whot does it oll
meon?" Becouse you ore only on observer
of this so coiled love, you moy never fully
understond just whot goes on behind the
You see them together for months on
end ond wonder, "How con they spend so
much time together?" You lough when
you heor the onswer, "Becouse we're in
love!" "Love?" you soy, "BAH!" Your mis-
understonding continues. Only those in-
love seem to know the true story of their
Reol love goes beyond petty little dot-
ing gomes ond Welcome Week flings. It is
more thon mere physicol ottroction. Reol
So FOCUS: ROMANCE
Two Perspectives On
Fridoy night sing ond Guess jeons. You
write home . . . glowingly. A fomily meet-
ing is plonned for Thonksgiving.
Then, midterms force you oport. He foils
osleep during o lote night phone coll, she
doesn't moke it to breokfost one morning.
One bleok November doy you woke up
chonged. Your power to discern God's rev-
elotion hos motured, ir doesn't include him
or her. You tolk, not ot the loke, but,
quickly, in the plozo. "Let's be friends, God
wonts me to study more." Possing in the
tunnels you look crushed or you look
owoy. You never speok ogoin. Two weeks
Ioter you choose brown eyes, o coscode of
The theologicol question remoins: wos it
God's will or hormones?
love demonds occeptonce of onother hu-
mon being, fully, foults ond oll. This love
involves complete dedicotion, not only to
onother, but olso o bono fide dedicotion to
communicotion, to work through o situ-
otion, o need, or o conflict, to be selfless
ond to understond. This love tokes long
hours to build, it finds its foundotion in com-
mon ground. Reol love olso requires o
certoin omount of risk. "Risk?" "Forget it!
This love stuff is not for me!" But woit, with
risk comes the reword, growth, ond hop-
piness exclusive to love.
Though reol love moy not hoppen often
oround here, it does exist. So before you
knock it, why not give it o try?
Story by Jenni Royer.
"Oh Note, onywhere is wonderful when l'm with
you!" Note Gordon gets off eosy on o cheop tunnel
dote with Sheryl Corlson.
Gee, Rob tells funny jokes, or ot leost Morti thinks so.
Rob Willioms ond Morti Swotek, second yeor students,
linger on together in on empty cofeterio.
Dove Olsen lets his dimples do the rolking os he sends
his love AT 6 T style.
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lotionships, Fronk Snoek ond Heorher McMullen toke "l'm not sure thot I ogree with your view of women's
time to discuss Genesis Two. roles in the church , , , "
Joe Cannon sings the blues of on-campus married
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ballad of the life ond times of being a spouse to a Senior Panic?" Cherrie and Roy Gonsleben reflect.
355 STCPCIUS: GN-QAMWJS MARRIEQ
"Alexandre hos olreody decided thot she is o dis
pensotionolist," Angelo Sourisseou proudly tells Annie
Colvin os her son Eric ponders which line of orgument
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High in the uppermost reoches of Smith
Holl, the on-compus morried students bosk
in the woves of spirituolity emonoting from
the oportments of Sweeting ond Stowell.
We hove the distinct privilege to be port
of o community representing couples be-
tween the oges of twenty ond forty who
hove escoped the hossles of commuting
from the Chicogo suburbs, preporing
meols, ond the disodvontoges of olienotion
from the compus proper.
Our world is full of people, from Belize to
Brooklyn. Our sociol stotuses ronge from
Houte-coutre' to Hog-Slop. Our environ-
ment is o microcosm of city life, eoch oport-
"l think this McNickle exom is gonno be o breeze,
don't you agree honey? honey?" Joe Connon
ond Barb Connon crom together for on exom.
Smith Morrieds Prefer
Tunnel Trovel to Troffic
ment odding its distinct flovor ftownhouse
or slumj. The only thing obsent from com-
pleting our idyllic retreot is the sound of
children. But mony of us ore seriously con-
sidering chonging thot.
Most of us hove broken ties with home
ond ore surviving. We hove Young mor-
rieds ond the Old morrieds, the lotter of
whom prove thot by ogreeing on to how
to hong the toilet poper. At leost one
person of eoch couple is enrolled in day-
school, ond we strive to retoin our identity
os morried couples in o world geored to-
word single students.
Story by Mike Brooks.
"For the hundreth time, hermeneutics is . . . " Scott
Borg explains biblical exegesis to the married students
Off campus married students dig into some good
home cookin', something not all at MBI have a
chance to enjoy.
Who are the people who brave brisk,
snowloden winds and public transportation
just to attend MBI? Those off campus Mar-
ried students! "lt's an exciting experience
getting lost on the C.T.A." Jim and Judy
Fitz, freshmen, exclaimed. Even though liv-
ing off-campus is a hassel, the consensus is
that it's best. Paul Clark, senior, reminisced,
"The greatest joy is coming home after a
long, hard day and being greeted by big
hugs from my two boys, getting a great
meal and snuggling up next to my wife."
All is not marital bliss, however, as two
people mustjuggle their families and other
responsibilities around a school schedule.
40 FOCUS: OFFCAMPUS MARRIED
Commuting Does Not
Negate benefits Of
"Sharing my husband with school hours,
PCM, work and homework is my greatest
frustration," said Pamela Browning honest-
ly. Not having enough time for each other
is a problem. When Joseph Owen, senior,
was asked how his marraige was fairing,
he replied, "Like a Foos exam-fill in the
Yet, amid the frustration, Moody years
are a time for maturing. Dale Robinson,
freshman, said it best: "lt is part of growing
in Christ. It sometimes hurts, yet many
times it's joyful and enriching. It means
always giving of yourself, lovingly."
Story by Teresa Stirewalt.
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Full-time fother, full-time husbond, full-time student - Byron Reiner's briefcose is his photo olburn, desk, ond
Michoel Austin needs some heovy duty sleep. librory, oll in one!
After proyer, singing, ond testimonies, Jill Reehl sings
"Touch People Your Once Agoin," Ieodlng us in wor-
Mr. Chorles Cooper chollenges the sleepy-eyed
6:OOom crowd by osking them, "Will YOU Go?" He
ended by singing, " , . . Even though l'm fotherless, l'll
Dove Peters enjoys moking fun of wox figure Rick
Olsen in their mime presentotion of "Wax Museum."
Revivol begins with individuols coming before the
Lord, A solitory student tokes time olone to prepore,
cleonse ond refresh himself before God.
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A chollenge for united revivol through proyer wos led
by StuCo president Dovid Anderson.
Sermons ond singing.
It looked like o giont slumber porty in
Torrey-Groy. Students filed in sporting cozy
flonnel shirts ond toting pillows. But this
gothering wosn't just o potty. Students os-
sembled to devote themselves to the
owesome privilege of proyer.
The foundotion for this evening wos set
months before when student Ieoders met
to discuss o ptoposol by StuCo president
Dovid Anderson. The students heortily
welcomed the ideo of spending oil night in
o revivol service. A committee wos formed
to go obout the work of cutting red tope
ond promoting the evening.
The results were ostounding. As the spirit
of God gripped heorts, on ottitude of hu-
mility prevoiled. Through the joint effort of
lifting their souls to God, students goined
unity. "Just seeing oil my friends sincerely
seeking God's foce encouroged me. It
bonded us oil together with one purpose,"
soid Jill Reehl.
Dt. Stowell kicked the event off with on
opening oddress, ond the night progressed
with congregotionol singing, speciol solos,
testimonies ond messoges from Mr. Chorles
Cooper, Mr. Greg Quiggle, ond Dr. Williom
Highlights included sincere exhortotion
by Dovid Anderson ond Dr. Throsher's dis-
course on the love of God. As the night
woned, o mime performonce ond Mr. Coo-
per's mellow gospel number focused the
tiring minds on the source of oil strength.
Worshipping God so unreservedly re-
freshed. Students wept ond flomes of re-
"When I wos proying to God, I kept
telling Him how wretched I wos. Then I
reolized thot to truly worship God wos to
begin by thonking Him for who He is," soid
As Il Chronicles 7:14 become o reolity
ond students ploced priority on proyer, the
focus shifted. Eyes were turned from self
heovenword toword God Almighty.
Story by Kristie Duden.
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"The crisls is crucIoI." J. Oswald Sonders
urges us to the mlsslon field In October's
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We eornestly proyed for vision. We
possionotely longed for fervent
heorts. We heord powerful chopel
messoges. But nothing coptured our
ottention ond chonged our
perspective quite like our
conferences. Disployed in vivid color,
we sow our mentors, those men ond
women who hove fulfilled our
yeornings. Shodes of red burned in
their ordent chollenges. Blue glowed
in their compossionote cries for o lost
world. Sunshine yellow floods us
when we recoll their joy ond
tronsporency. ln o world struggling to
define the shodes, of grey, the vivid
color they brought wos refreshing. lt
invigoroted usp it wos like glimpsing o
lone roinbow behind the clouds.
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esrogesmon, spoke onthe theme
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the Greer Commtssaon
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fnte mrssions thot hesn t been
lied te go but to resent the
prrivtleges of rnissi os
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they do tn lrfe tt hos something
to do wtth the Great Commts
snort Next The rnlssronory
conference helps mortvote stu
dents into seetng what they
wont to do ond where they
wont to go
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prov? tnformotron to the stu
dents on the up to-date sttuo
ttons of the couse of Chrtsr
sold Tcailmon I setze every op
porrunrty I con to preach mrs
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h ve so fire in you fitter burns,
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lt wos o joyous yet sobering moment
os students gorhered wlth mlsslonorles
ot the front of Torrey-Groy The rnvlf
totlon wos unernotlonol, the declslons
Mlssionorles rolse center stoge ro grve
students thelr perspecrlye ond to de-
scrlbe the needs out there
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rudenrs crwor wrrh mlsslon represenr- Culby 2, Slwerr Beorden llsrens carefully
rrves ond pursue possnble summer mis- ro words of wrsdom from o visirrng mis-
ions rrips ond orher Opportunities slonory
From the jungles of Zorre ro me Swrss Decodes moy seporore Presrdem
Alps, rhe oprrons ore llmrrless Srowell ond Dr Sanders bur rhey srrll
srond srde by slde os Godly servonrs
More photos from the annual
Dr. Wilkinson communicoted openly
and honestly with the students about
occountability and personal integrity.
As a closing challenge, students
thoughtfully stood to symbolize their
commitment to world missions.
Mr. David Brubaker opened the con- Q
ference sessions in song.
xt- w 1
f Us ,, is .tsp I
J, Oswald Sanders convinces Women's
Guild that "the mission field is the place
to be." 7
the possibilities of going overseos. to build the walls of good hobits higher
Speaking of the sacrifices of missions ond to avoid "the pits
Laura Younger and Greg Nichols discuss Dr. Bruce Wilkinson challenges students G
48 Vivid Color: Missions Conference f Spiritual Enrichment Week
The three chairs were a powerful anal-
ogy Dr, Wilkinson used to express var-
ious levels of spirituality. They regress
from committed down to compromis-
CONFER N E
Spiritual Enrichment Week
Bruce Wilkinson challenges students during
the November Chapel series
Dr Bruce Wilkinson of Walk
Through the Bible Ministries ad
dressed the MBI students during
the Spiritual Enrichment Week
Wilkinson spoke on commit
ment and character in the Chris
On Tuesday he said l m go-
ing to talk about
lm going to talk
about three chairs
And before you
leave chapel to
day youre going
to know where you
sit on those three
chairs where your
parents sit anc
t He ta ed
about the three
The messages were based on
the life of Joshua and the two
The first chair represents
commitment Joshua was com
mitted to what the Lord want
d The second chair repre
sents compromise The second
generation knew what was
right in God s sight but they just
weren t sold out to Him The
third chair represents conflict
The third generation didnt
know the Lord or the works He
had done for israel
Characters made in the
summertime when you re
away from this greenhouse
Wilkerson said You can go to
a movie at night and no one
will ever know what you go
see lts character that God
looks for said Wilkinson Any
area of sin is a heart issue Don t
Don t tell me that you
want to be used by
God when in private
you re sinning
tell me that you want to be
used by God when in private
you re sinning lt doesn t work
Humble youselves out of the
mighty hand of God and He
will lift you up
On Friday he challenged his
audience to decide what they
thought was Gods
will for our lives Wal
kinson also chal
lenged students to
be sold out for God
Be men and wam
en who burn up for
God he said
thought this years
ment Week was
just what they
m a n J o h n
B re k e l b a u m
said What he
said was need
ed because we tend to get
complacent here in our spiritual
lnfe Sometimes we take sins
such as cheating on tests lightly
God doesn t take cheating
lightly and neither should we
lt takes a consistent steady
walk with the Lord to build
character Cleave said
hope that people didnt want
to make things right because of
peer pressure because we all
have pitfalls Cor things wrongj
in our lives
Senior Michael King appre
ciated the fact that Wilkinson
did not assume that we were
the perfect holy Christians l
thought we were when l came
here he said Not all speak
ers give us what we need fun
damentally and he did
Story by Ann Bucy
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are to experience the power of re- it the h ble m
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T- MW" ifwmm y vuval, we must be un the right posutuon me-0 of God who always speak
February brungs MBI s
Annual Buble Conference
Messages call for deeper
comrruttment to the Word of God
Founders Week 1986
opened wuth Dr Joseph
Stowells call to revuval un the
church lf we are to experu
ence the power of revuval we
must be un right posutuon of faith
fulness saud Stowell
Throughout the week speak
ers built upon the themes and
messages of those who preced
ed them Rev Begg observed
that the seed of Gods Word
does not bring about the some
result un all persons STOTIDQ that
the necessity and
means of revuval
Revuve me O
Lord according to
Thy Word Psalm
gifted un handling
the Word of Cao
brought the theme
to lufe un bright bold
speakers desire for
revuval became ap
Rev Alustaur Begg
To begun wuth your
drive for revuval
start wuth your heart
and begin wuth un
soul of our soul Two
hours later Dr Mac
that soul the condu
tuon of the heater s
soul us the primary
variable un the pro
cess of the seed tak
:ng root Such sum
ularutues un messages
helped to druve the
udea deep unto the
mind of the listener
Mahouras saud W
are allowing our
pupul to dualate so
called for spurutual progress
Dr Donald Hubbard pleaded
wuth Christians to regain the dy
namusm of Chrusts lufe and
duety Mr Ted DeMoss pleaded
for our focus on the only two
eternals which may be seen
with earthly eyes
Session after sessuon the men
opened the Scriptures and un
vuted the listeners to examune
their unduvudual and collective
spurutual condition un the light of
Gods truth Repeatedly they
confronted the American
church wuth ITS lazy bloated
state The speakers saud that
any revuval or renewal un the
church would come through un
duvuduals changung theur person
much that we can see even
wuth the darkness un the
ln hus message on prayer Dr
Haddon Robunson stated that
true spurutuoluty begins wuth a
concern for the reputatuon of
Gad He developed thus state
ment wuth the observation that
Chrustuans often regard and fear
names of men greater than
that of God
The full week closed wuth a
celebration of prause led by Dr
Charles Swundoll In a futtung
close to the week Dr Swundoll
called for untegruty un the luves of
Chrustuans committment to
character rather than personal
Story by Paul Krause
The theme verse for the can- y at issue is the condition of the
I ' f I V
. U D I . , , .. e
of faithfulness." Christ and never speak of self."
Rev. Alistair Begg , Solon OH. "We
will never have revival in dirty
minds. We will never have revival
in dirty lives. We will never have
revival in churches which tolerate
Mr. Ted DeMoss , Chattanooga TN.
"What an indictment for any of us
to go to a Bible conference or
church service not expecting God to
Responsible for o crowd over 4,000
people, these ushers worked hord to
ensure thot everyone had o good seot.
Dr. Truman Dollar , Detroit MI, "The
bosis for our decisions os porents ought Dr Donald Hubbard Boco
olwoys to be, "What kind of effect Jesus can become so fom
would this hove on my fomily spirit' thot we no longer sense the
uollyf' ' of His life ond the diety of His
Julie Royce ond Jeonine Trim concen-
trote os their music fills the ouditorium
with melodic Proise,
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Mr. Charles E. Jones , Comp Hill PA,
"You will be the some person in five
yeors except for two things: the people
you meet ond the books you reodf'
Dr. Haddon Robinson , Denver CO.
"Proyer is not designed to get things
from God, but to remind us that we
hove o relotionship with God."
Dr. Chorles Swindoll , Fullerton CA. "I
would like for you to stop bloming ony-
one else for your sin. I would like for
you to tell yourself the truth obout
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Revavol by God s Word
Messoges motavote students to check thear
perspectave ond vasaon
Storang up ot Moody Church
wath ats ornote orches ond de
toaled corvangs I fell o sense of
hastory Those red brtck wolls
seem tameless ond chongeless
Fattangly Hebrews 13 6 deco
rotes ats front woll Jesus Chrtst
hongs lake o block cloud Worry
tugs Feor glowers Iremember
Kent Hughes messoge Fo I
know the plons thot I hove for
you declores the Lord plons
for welfore ond not for colom
tty to gave you o future ond o
the some yesterdoy
other Founder s
Week hos come
ond gone ond I
pouse to ponder ITS
effects Beyond the
pulsang stroans of
Revave us Agoan
deeper thon the
ptercang words of
more thon Intense
chonged wathan me?
They brush my
The world hos not
seen whot God con
do through one
men wholly com
matted to Ham
hope Oer 29 111 When my
fondest washes foll
through ond cher
ashed dreoms dae
do I faght ond fret
o clang to o
Is antegraty o pra
oraty? whot IS the
condttaon of the
soul soal 7 Do I de
spase the sewer
pape of self love?
needed an mony
oreos Jesus Chnst as
wallang to tronsform
but om I wallang to
wropped tn furs ond clutchtng
Ieother braefcoses I recoll Ted
DeMoss ond know thear success
doesnt fall the emptaness Wall I
become os they or wall Has
peoce ebb ond flow through
me omtdst the rush?
Morsholl Faeld s wtndows
beckon A gnowang greed ID
sade breeds dascontent I heor
Stuort Brascoe ond know the
hagh prtce of trodang eternol re
words for temporol goan But
wrll I look beyond thts vonrty
or end up wath on osh
Groduotaon looms oheod
Uncertoanty obout the future
gave up everythang9 Words
from Hoddon Robtnson ore
comang bock We hove des
petote need of I-lam outsade of
I-lam we hove nothlng ond ore
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om I dafferent9 Ted DeMoss
soad We wall know when
chonge hos occurred becouse
God wall chonge our perspec
rave I proase God or
stengthentng my eternol vasaon
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thon o sparttuol moutoantop I
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54 BLACK AND WHWE: ACADEMICS
Pluralism dominates the American
political scene. Relativism saturates
moral thought and behavior.
Humanism dictates the classroom
teachings of the public schools. The
courses at Moody stand in stark
contrast to such philosophies. We
search the Word of God in our
academic subjects, finding that there
are biblical absolutes on which to
base our lives. The vague, hazy
impression of the world confuses
and distracts. The clear, crisp
teachings of the Bible are black and
white , providing standards and
direction. These teachings are
presented in the classroom,
reinforced in chapel, and lived out in
the lives of our faculty.
In pursuit of the new degree progrom, students
toke to the streets to study.
After o strenuous twenty
minute wolk south on Store
Street, I opprooch on eight
story educotionol structure,
nomely Loop College.
Entering the revolving
doors, I see crowds of peo-
ple gothered. Profonities is-
sue from some groups, oth-
ers stond puffing owoy ot
their lost smoke of the hour,
while some, obviously fresh-
men, dort up the escolotors
looking for their clossrooms.
Most students weor stylish
jeons ond expensive leother
jockets. Others oppeor slight-
ly disheveled in their sweot
ponts ond holey t-shirts. Here
ond there, in the moss, op-
peor o few peculior stu-
dents. We ore the Moody-
ites, clod in routine Moody
dress code, corrying our Bi-
bles ond sporting oppropri-
ote Christion smiles.
Continuing on in my quest
for room 405, I eventuolly
breok through the crowds
ond orrive for the 9:25 ses-
sion of History of World Civ-
ilizotion. I quickly orient my-
self in o seot ond put my
heod down to finish previ-
ously mode observotions.
Suddenly, I om interrupted
os I heor someone colling
Tom Soyre ond Alon McElwee con-
sider the poges of history before
them, "Con you believe thot we
will octuolly cover over 2,000 yeors
of history in 20 weeks? Amozing!"
56 Block ond White: Off Compus Closses
Whot? Someone colling
my nome ot this stronge
ploce? I study the foces
oround me. I feel o groon
beginning. Here I om, ot o
seculor college, time to put
techniques to use, ond whot
do I see in every inch of the
clossroom? Whot else but
twenty-five other Moody
Students out to get their de-
So much for evongelizing
my fellow clossmotes, Who
knows, moybe if we oll
work ot it, we con convert
Story by Jenni Royer.
"Ok, I'lI exploin it once more, His-
tory of Civilizotion meons . . . " Me-
Iisso Kelly, second yeor student,
ventures off Moody Compus in
seorch of her degree.
if , if
wi j"'lQ S
was or A
Making new friends is just half the Located within Chicogo's Gold
fun .. . Melissa Kelly even gets to Coast area, Students commute to
venture into o new cafeteria. the ivy-walled Loyola University,
"Okay guys, here we go, it's our
big chance to tell 'ern all we know
, . . Loop College watch out! " Alan
McElwee, Debbie Josma, and Laura
Younger, embark on new territory
in the Loop.
"I con't believe it! I con octuolly see
post the first row!" For the first time,
Dr. George Sweeting hos to resort
55 lliofgle msec? White Ei'3CiiJQU?CfE?liPf3
Dr. Joseph Stowell humbly tokes
the finol step to the seventh Pres-
idency of MBI os he kneels for on
onointing through proyer,
With flogs in ploce, men robed in
regolio ond Chorole singing, the in-
ougurotion went down in the his-
tory of MBI.
At the inauguration press confer-
ence, Dr. Stowell and Dr. Sweeting At the inaugural chapel, Dr. Stowell
explain future plans for MBI in the briefly talks with the chairman of
New Century ahead. the trustees, William Mitchell, Jr..
Joseph M. Stowell, III, takes commmand of MBI as
the Seventh President.
A call to purity, a call to
consciousness, a call to the
demonstration of our faith
. . . a call to reality. Do we sit
idly by as human fetuses are
aborted late in term and
their organs used for spare
parts like so many new
brake shoes? Or do we, like
Asa, take courage and re-
move abomination from the
land? Where do our hearts
lie, Dr. Whaley?
The Tribune, the Suntimes,
radio and TV stations, area
papers are all invited to wit-
ness and interact. A roomful
arrives for the press confer-
ence. Dr. Sweeting and Dr.
Stowell explain Moody his-
tory and Christian vision.
Then they open the session
for comments. Silence.
Questions come from WMBI
radio, channel 38 TV, the ed-
itor of the Moody Student
newspaper. Silence. Could it
be that few care about fe-
The Light. A Beacon.
Someone who can direct the
Radiance with a sure hand.
What is the price, Dr. Hen-
dricks? Are there those, are
there enough, who are will-
ing to pay, willing to sac-
rifice? Who will swing out on
a limb? On the Unbreakable
Can you encourage us,
Dr. Stowell? Can you move
us to take a hold of the
branch? You insist we need
to be more than encour-
aged - we need to be en-
countered. Encounter us, Dr.
Stowell. Roar at us, Dr.
Joseph M. Stowell lll, you
are the leader of many. Are
you the leader of many
who are willing to joyously
sacrifice for Our Lord Jesus
Christ? We pray you are. We
pray we are.
Story by Mike Wertz
I OT CLASS I
The life ond times of o typicol student en route to
"Our birth is but o sleep
ond forgetting." The worthy
words of Wordsworth echo
through my pillow. My
roommote keeps yelling
"sluggord" eoch time he
comes in. "l'lI get frostbite if I
go out there," I whisper to
my loving pillow,
"lt's time for your 8
o'clock sluggordf' He
Ioughs . . . the door sloms.
Well, l'm olone. If I don't
get up now, nobody will.
My olorm went off oges
ogo. l'll woke up ofter I
countjust to 25,
The clock. Whot does the
clock soy? I store ot it. 7:50.
Whot does thot meon? 7:50.
7:50. Seven. Five. Zero
Whoo! l've olreody token
I stumble comotose to the
tile jungle. The bore neces-
sities. My hoir looks like its
competing for spoce. No
problem. I toke o mini-
shower in the sink ond chew
o0 Block ond Whitez Chopel
thot first closs.
on some toothposte.
Khokis ond o gotor. The
old stond-bys. Oh, con't for-
get my belt. l'd storve with-
Books? l'll borrow. I think
there's o pencil in one of my
I could hove tronsloted
the Lotin Vulgote in the time
it took the elevotor to come.
My shoes ore fit to be tied,
but who's got time?
lt's 8:02. I hope he's reod-
ing Christianity Todoy in his
I toke the Incognito route
through the plozo. I know I
hove mojor rock-heod
Cthot's the "hoir-in-the-
blender" lookj. Rock-foce
too Qthose lovely pillow im-
The world is still o very
stoined-gloss window. My
eyes hove thot "toosted
Three "of courses." my
closs is on the fourth floor,
the girl I wont to toke to the
95th is in my closs, my seot is
in front of her in the first row.
Bounding from the stoir-
well, the sounds of vorious
hymns fill the hollwoy. I feel
like on outcost.
Twenty-five bright eyes Cl
didn't see ony bushy toilsj
escort me to my seot.
"Thonk you for joining
us," soys the good professor,
not in his office reoding QQ
He rescues me from fur-
ther emborrossment, "Bow
your heods with me in
proyer before we tolk obout
the hypostotic union." I think
he's referring to my hoir.
I bow my heod my
pillow is reciting Shoke-
speore: "O sleep! O gentle
sleep!" I don't remember
onything else. I think I need
to borrow someone's notes.
Story by Mike King.
"The Sleeper" 11 nonfunc-
tionol eyelids, 23 comfort-
oble lounging ottireg 35 the
wrong books, 35 unbrushed
hoir ond teeth, Aj loofers
with no socks,
Odie, on innocent freshmon,
is reody ond roring to go,
but Kirk Gliebe holds hlm
bock os peoceful slumber
prevails over his 8:00 closs.
Teddy fllls on empty desk
. . . but where ls this diligent
student? Off to closs without
on O.T. book?
"The Organized Student." 15
carefully lotched brlefcosep
23 both shoes tied ond
shinedg 35 lroned shirtq 45
stroight tieg 55 fresh brushed
Eric Nerison proctices the fine on of sleepwriting.
His bicep seems to work well os 0 pillow, ond the
quiet of the Iibrory helps his couse.
After o week of hord studies, Mory Wonolo hos
discovered thot the 5th floor Iibrory is the best ploce to
kick bock, put your feet up ond delve into o good
Bonnie Horrison is in o deter-
mined resolve os she contem-
plotes how she is to reoch 0
book. "I think I con, I think I con,
Ithink I con . . . "
Jose Gorrigo proctices his Spon-
ish chorm on Koye Adoms os Bill
Euler studiously ignores their
62 Block ond White: Library
T'IlVt'N IIXISO' A
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Whether trying to poss o closs or simply possing
the time . . . the librory
The oir is thick with silence. Every now
ond then the distont ding of the elevotor or
thud of the door breoks the monotony.
Choirs creok, poges rustle, couples whisper.
Occosionol coughs ond sneezes ore sprin-
kled into the hum of nothingness. Whot is
the mogic thot drows people to this ploce
colled the librory?
"lt's o good ploce to pick up intellectuol
men," soys junior, Kothy Popp. Others
echo her opinion. "lf you need to study,
but would rother be sociol, fifth floor is the
ploce to go," soys senior, Kim Aden.
However, hidden owoy in corners be-
hind stocls of books, some ore octuolly
studying. Uninterrupted by phone colls ond
popcorn porties, these diligent souls find o
hoven. "Bookworms" increose oround the
time reseorch popers ore due, ond cold
weother seems to bring out the "curling up
with o good book" instinct too.
But, despite its odvontoges, some con't
oppreciote the cord cotologue scene. "I
hote the librory becouse you hove to be
quiet. You con't eot, either," soys fresh-
mon, Jennifer Behl. "Lately, the only peo-
ple in the librory ofter 9 P.M. ore morried
students ond Moody couples holding honds
under the encyclopedia. lt's reolly disgust-
ing," soys Liso Sisson, junior.
Whot mogic drew you to the librory?
Wos it the books or the bobes?
Story by Kristie Duden.
Memoirs of Mustongs ond Moody Students os told
by o Moster Mechonic.
Sometimes we professors
get confused. We mix things
up ond see stronge onolo-
gies. Toke my recent trip to
on ontique cor swop meet,
for exomple. Cots sot ev-
erywhere, But I wos sure I
wos seeing some of my stu-
See, over there, thot tired
looking one on o troiler.
Lights ore out. Looks dork
ond forlorn. Not much leorn-
ing toking ploce there. Moy-
be it's o lote storter. Obvi-
ously doesn't do well eorly
in the morning.
There's one thot's holf fin-
ished. Either tired of the pro-
cess or ron out of resources, I
guess. I think I hove o few of
those in closs, too. One
wonts so bodly to help them
get going ogoin, but it's
hord. lt's interesting to note
the different kinds of cors.
Seems like mostly Mustongs
here, with o Hudson or o
LoSolle or o Grohom, mixed
in. There ore some unusuol
students, too. Eccentric?
Weird? Moybe o better
word is "unique" or
"speciol". Deserving extro
ottention ond moybe, in the
long run, worth more.
Ah, but the mojority of
cors ore bright, shiny ond ol-
most flowless. They ore eo-
ger to go - especiolly the
rore high performonce mod-
els. Point them in the right
direction, give them o little
fuel, ond they will leorn ony-
thing. Whot o pleosure to
see o clossroom of winners
l've QOT to leove now. As
much os I enjoy these neot
old cors, it's time to get bock
to work. The restorotion proj-
ects ore woiting.
Story by David W. Fetzer
Mr. Quiggle foces onother doy with
on overlooded clossroom
"Ahhhh, the drowbocks of popu-
64 Block ond White: Clossz An Instructors Viewpoint
"I don't believe for o minute that
we hove to reod, From Jerusolem
to Irion Joyo cover to cover, I'II
relox ond skim it," on industrious
, f Atv
M f ,X
Corlo Witocre disploys the proper
pencil holding techniques. A flexible
wrist is olso o must for toking quick
The reol educotion occurs outside
the clossroorn. Here we have srnoll
group student lectures.
Students get o lesson in Bible ln-
troduction stroight from the heort-
Dr, John Hon-thot is.
"We hove to know oll those misf
sionories by first ond lost nornes ond
memorize where they come
from??! You look so sweet, Miss Tur-
ner " A freshmon hos o new
foscinotion for CWXV I,
'V Y' .ffm
66 Black and White: Chapei
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The entire student body present for Daniel Gallery concentrates on the
their daily nourishment, message.
sri ff .
"Paul Schultz, don't you know your
Proverbs?" "A little sleep, a little
slumber, o little folding of the hands
Lisa Sisson and Heidi Staat excitedly
jump to their feet and cheer as Mr.
Quiggle takes the podium.
to rest, and poverty will come upon
you like a vagobond, and want like
an armed man." Prov. 6:11.
Chapel: the student's brief reprieve from the hectic
Walking through the plaza
immediately following nine
o'clock classes one cannot
help fighting the rioting
mobs as he tries to survive
the path to Torrey-Gray Au-
ditorium. Once the student
battles the crowds to the
sign-in sheets, he slips into his
seat for thirty minutes for for-
ty-five if he's luckyj of re-
freshment. Whether the re-
freshment comes from the
Word, or for some, from
sleep, chapel seems to be a
significant break in onyone's
schedule, a reprieve from
the hectic day which lies
This year each of us were
treated with some "chapel
changes" Cfrom the ridicu-
Ious to the sublimej. Be-
cause of the "male-
overload" some fortunate
girls were able to share their
sign-in boards with those of
the opposite sex. The
bright colored greenery sur-
rounding the pulpit over-
whelmed us all. Though it
was only a subtle change, it
added "new life" to old Tor-
rey-Gray. The most out-
standing change in our chop-
el time was, without a
doubt, President's Chapel.
With a substantial move
from Monday to Wednes-
day, Dr, Stowell focused on
mid-week nourishment, in-
stead of Monday, post-
Sunday, overfeeding. The
format was also adjusted to
provide a "meaningful time
Though chapel may not
rate as a ten on everyone's
list of greatest needs, it is
about time we realize the
advantage we are offered
at this institution. Grasping
the benefits available in this
thirty minutes is half the chal-
Story by Jenni Royer
Carefully pinpointing the ploce
with his pinky, on evening
school student helps o friend re-
view for on Old Testoment ex-
Virginio Ronkin looks poised ond
picture perfect even ot 7:00 p.m. Dr. Williom Morty, ofeorless leoder,
She ond on evening school student guides his closs in o wolk through
enjoy o brief chot during breok. the Old Testoment.
68 Block ond White: Night School
When the sun sets, the chollenge begins: Doy school
students in night school closses.
After the dining room girls
wipe the lost toble ond the
bookstore closes it's doors,
most students wind down o
leisurely doy of closses with
For others, however, the
ocodemic doy is still in full
geor, for when the sun sets
over the plozo, night school
The doy school student
should not miss the oppor-
tunity to ottend MBl's eve-
ning school. Rother thon the
some old foces, o night closs
promises o roomful of pos-
tors ond loymen,' breoking
the monotony of the homo-
geneous doy school crowd.
The night school students
bring with them procticol ex-
perience in ministry. The
questions of night school stu-
dents ore specific, pertoining
to reol situotions octuolly
hoppening in their locol
churches. "The questions
they osked ollowed me to
see more of the procticol
side of theology," soid Heidi
The focus of the night
school student ot MBI is to
troin in their specific field, not
to merely increose ocodem-
ic knowledge, "They ore
reol in their opplicotion of
the Bible to their lives ond
ministry," soid Booker Mor-
The benefits of interocting
with these older students be-
comes reoson enough for
toking o closs ofter dinner.
Besides, the nocturnol creo-
ture in eoch of us thrives in
the night school setting,
Story by Poul Krause.
They oren't os different os night ond
doy. Except for o modified dress
code ond more odult atmosphere,
doy ond night school ore olike.
Mony night school students such os
Corol Anderson seem to fit right ir
W AC TY
In our quest for academic excellence, five new
instructors come to MBI to lead us in the classroom
New faces appeared be-
fore us again. Not only were
there crowds of new fresh-
men, but five new instructors
now walk among us.
Though each one came
from a different part of the
country, they all proudly join
us at Moody, unified in the
purpose to "teach the
Word", and thus, "reach the
Dr. Ronald Sauer, Assistant
Professor of Bible, states that
MBI is "the finest Christian
school in the world." He has
"felt o sense of genuine love
and unity among the peo-
ple here, as well as the
Lord's presence." Both Dr.
Sauer and Dr. Doug Ken-
nard, Assistant Professor of
Theology, have delighted to
see "the students zeal for
Ms. Laurel Wartluft, Assis-
tant Professor of Physical Ed-
ucation and Head Women's
Basketball Coach, knew
Moody as a place "that
clung to the Word of God
and did not compromise in a
compromising world." She
feels, "lt is a privilege to be
at Moody. It is a challenge
to greater depth, and a call
Dr. Un-Young Whang, As-
sistant Professor in Piano,
said, "Moody turned out to
be much more than I ex-
pected." She commented
on the good rapport Moody
has with the Korean com-
munity where she first heard
of the school. Mrs. Sandra
Carney, Sacred Music De-
partment, has "heard and
seen the commitment to be-
ing scholastically sound."
Each member feels the
excitement of being a part
of this "team of Christians
who live out the faith," said
Story by Jenni Royer.
70 Black and White: New Faculty
Coach Laurel Wartluft sits at ease as
her women put all of her good
advice to practice.
"According to this seoting chort,
your nome is Mork Phillips, but
you're obviously NOT Mork Phil-
lips!" Dr. Ronold Souer sorts out the
essentiol things before closs storts,
Dr. Sondro Corney shows her voice Dr. Un-Young Whong gives one of
student how it's done , , . "Open her students o bit of odvice during o
your mouth ond breoth, like this . . . piono lesson.
Dr, Doug Kennord, stoying ofter
closs, exploins Dispensotionol The-
ology for the twentieth time. The
life of o professor.
John Alton ond John Wright
push for on oll nighter. "2:3O
om, ond oll is well , . . except
l'm running out of rypewriter rib-
bon, ond my roommote is snor-
Hoving coordinoted fingers ot
this hour is truly on occomplish-
ment. Computers ore omozing,
they never seem to foil osleep.
Too bod we con't be quite so
"By 3 o.m., the typewriter slow-
ly fodes owoyf'
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Procrostinotion couses self inflicted poin
Your entire body feels like
o morshmollow: squishy.
You connot seer Your mind is
no longer producing. The
poges before you lie blurry
ond worn. The typewriter
hos disoppeored. The only
cleor thing is the clock. It is
screom lucidly. To beor on-
other second of this bodily
torture is obsolutely unheard
of! But, somewhere fiooting
in your mind, olongside the
dreoms obout soft mottress-
es ond electric blonlsets, is
the memory of whot pushes
you so odomontly toword
morning. you hove got
to get on
You constontly weigh the
consequences of going to
bed: foiling on exom, hond-
ing o poper in Iote, grode
reduction. You connot offord
foilure: it would meon toking
the closs over ogoin: from
Neor to the bed but not quite in it,
Twonno Whittington stifles o yown
ond pursues her poper.
thot, more bodily offlic-
tion ond poin would oc-
So you press on. Pump
o little more coffeine into
your veins, ect more sug-
or, ond proy fervently for
life sustoining energy, oll
in the hope of on
The question is, "ls it
worth it?" The onswer re-
moins the some, "No",
Story by Jenni Royer
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an l sl N ,
The words ore storting to jumble,
but this unidentified student is still
glod he's QOI the new Smith-Corono
Procrastination is a funny
thing, it begins with a feeling
of complete control and in-
ner resolve and then plum-
mets to a sense of helpless-
ness and despair. Finals
Week seems to bring out the
procrastinator in the best of
us. Anyone with any sense
of decency knows you can't
memorize an entire semes-
ter's worth of notes in one
evening. But, panic-stricken
and caffeine-charged, we all
try. inventing utterly absurd
acrostics and repeating ir-
relevant facts as if in a stu-
por, we attempt to
74 Black and White: Finals
Students struggle to survive finals despite lack of
study time and sleep.
"prepare" Like televi-
sionless couch potatoes, we
stare glassy-eyed at our un-
intelligible notes and munch
popcorn just to keep blood
flowing to the brain area.
"Can l borrow a scantron?"
replaces the familiar, "How
are you doing?" and sharp-
ened pencils are a rare com-
as a chance
Coffman says, "lt's a real op-
see the true
to serve. Jim
others. Under pressure,
more than ever, people
Others avoid being over-
whelmed by conquering
one quiz at a time. Brenda
Combs says, "lt's scary look-
ing ahead, you have to con-
centrate one at a time, get
one out of the way and then
start studying for the next."
But despite sensations of
extreme stress and tempo-
rary insanity, surival of finals
promises a scintillating re-
ward - Christmas or sum-
Story by Kristie Duden.
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While other students continue to la-
bor, Todd Crouse breathes a sigh of
relief as he hands in an exam for Dr.
Finols week brings out o voriety of
octions: some write popers, some
memorize notes, ond some horse-
Tyrone Poimer sweots-our his first
set of exoms os o freshmon ot MBI.
E mwnvr ig
slgilix X as
The rudest introduction ever con-
ceived to freshmon finois is the Old
Testoment exom, Here, Jonice Hon-
son pours over Dr. Benwore's notes
on the prophets.
In the woning moments of their fi-
nol, two students review the exom
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seconds left in the gorne, the score tied,
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who soid it's boring on the bench for
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Picture this . . . You ore sitting on
the sidelines ot the soccer gome.
The score is tied. The teoms ore
running neck ond neck for the finol
gool. Then, with only seconds left, it
hoppens. Thot Moody othlete
floshes post you ot the speed of
light, leoving the opponent for
behind. At the lost moment, to the
crowd's intense delight, he kicks the
boll with oll his might. lt dorts its
woy beyond the opposing goolie,
blosting into the net. This is Moody
sports: othletes running to win,
competing in the gomes, exercising
self control, beoting their bodies,
moking them their sloves, ruling out
disquolificotion for the finol roce. lt is
on intense flash, oll for the glory of
Heel, roe, heel, roe,
Andy Wegener dis-
ploys his greor control
of the boll during o
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os o teommote looks
on, Jim Herzler leops
to heod the boll ro vic-
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leod, Brion Hurnon
does some "foncy
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Front Row: Kyle Eorhort, Dove Knickerbocker, Tim Miller, Note Gordon, 0 2
Jim Hetzler, Jim Zidon, Kent Frozer, Andy Wegener, Brion l-lumon, Jeon 6 2
Luc Colixte. Dock Row: Assistont Cooch John Egler, John Brekelboum,
Gene Lee, Don Mothewson, Rondy Weidenoor, John Bodden, Dove
Brown, John Alton, Borry Livingston, Tim Keoly, Joe Srowell, Mick Rozso,
Cooch Joe Hokes.
Finol Record: 5-6-4
S f Deor Mom ond Dod.
We just lost to Pillsbury
in the District Tourno-
ment. lt seems likejust
yesterdoy l wos writ-
ing you thot I hod
mode the teom. I hod
o greot time getting to
know oll the new guys
ond ploying with
mony from foreign
seemed more like
they were from other
Cooch hos been
greot. A little soppy
ond o bit verbose ot
times, but we oll love
"I hod o greot time getting to know
oll the new guys . . . doing some-
thing l enjoy ond glorifying God ot
the some time."
him for it.
You'd think thot
your first yeor in col-
lege soccer would
bring memories of
stots ond gomes. How-
ever, I think l'll be
more opt to remem-
ber bus rides, Kyle's
hot ond the good
The guys were the
best too. One guy on
the teom wore o wet-
suit to proctice, ond I
don't meon o soggy
Hort Schoffner ond
Morx! Words con't ex-
ploin these guys.
You'd hove to meet
them, olthough l don't
know how sofe thot
Along with oll the
good times, we hod o
tremendous ministry to
the other teoms. lt is
greot to be oble to do
something you enjoy
ond glorify God ot the
Well, I QOTTO go.
Cooch hos got us work-
ing out for next seoson
olreody. Thonks for
your love ond support.
Story by Jim Zidon.
The volleyboll through.
Bock Row: Cooch Jeon Hollodoy Kim Ellison Jodi
Sweezy Ruth Bronger Koren Busenitz Leosio Hill Rondo
Cumberworth Potty Sorgent Asst. Cooch Pom Milbonk.
Front Row: Jonet Knee Alyso Correll Kris Fulkerson.
sss isi sils s,i iili
ll , t t m
J 3 CJ
Ft. Woyne Bible
North Pork College
Grond Ropids SDM
Totol Record: 6 - 11
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teom's key verse for
the yeor wos I Corin-
thions 16:18-14: "Be
on your guordg stond
firm in the foithp be
Qwojmen of courogep
be strong. Do every-
thing in love."
Be on your guord:
We must be owore of
whot is going on
oround us, whether it is
on the volleyboll
court, in closs, or wolls-
ing through Chicogo.
Stond firm in the
foith: This con be done
only by wolking with
God. Through memo-
"Glorifying God ot oll times, both on
the court ond off, is our gool."
rizotion of weekly
teom verses ond teom
proyer times we were
oble to build up ond
encouroge one onoth-
Be women of cour-
oge: We leorned the
importonce of never
giving up, even when
the score wos bleols.
80 Flosh: Women's Volleyboll
Working together ond
coming bock shows
Be strong: Through
ond spirituol poin it is
possible to be strong in
God. Even when we
feel down or ore losing
toughness con bring us
Do everything in
love: We ore com-
monded to love our
sisters in Christ. Volley-
boll provides not only
competition, but olso
on opportunity to en-
couroge ond support
fellow teom members
ond other teoms.
Glorifying God ot oll
times, both on the
court ond off, is our
Story by Janet
Leosio Hill spikes the boil
bock into the opponent,s
Kim Ellison ond Ruth Bronger
defend ogoinst o Moronotho
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on form os she prepares
Kim Ellison ond Jonet
Knee block the oppo-
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Ruth, Jonet, Alyeez, Kim, ond
Potti congrotulote Moronotho
for their victory during o home
Dove Benwore, Brod Von Wyhe Mork Sounders Mike Gotliff, Steve
Morty Don Toylor. Srd: Cooch Greg Goffney, Chip Russell, Dove
Fuder, Dove Oom, Alon Stirling, Don Bond, Tim Worren Jon Lunow.
Front: Greg Chisholm, Tim Asher. 2nd: Lonnie Wilson, Joy Lindstrom,
If there is one word
thot would describe
the 1987-88 Moody
teom, it is PERSEVER-
P r s e v e r o n c e
throug hord proctices
the loss of 0 teom cop-
toin, ond even sleep-
ing on cement floors in
Cincinnotig oll of this
hod o port in bringing
this group of 17 men
miles from where we
begon in the foll.
We leorned thot tri-
ols come quite often in
ria s Ea? rss Ielam
u s 0
I love the guys becouse they wont
to use the tolent God gove them to
o sport where compe-
tition fuels the fire for
We Ieorned thot eoch
person responds differ-
ently to these diso-
g re e m e n t s . W e
Ieorned to love eoch
other despite these dif-
82 FLASH: MEN'S BASKETBALL
T h o u g h m o n y
would soy we hove o
lot to leorn in the oreo
of PRIDE, I would dis-
ogree. Becouse we do
hove PRIDE. The right
kind of PRIDE. Thot of
Bible Institute ond THE
LORD JESUS CHRIST on
the ploying floor to on-
ti-God othletes. Not
every mon on this
teom con sing, preoch,
or ploy on instrument,
but I love the guys be-
couse they wont to
use the tolent God
gove them to glorify
Himself. I hope they
continue do so the rest
of their lives. In cose
you're wondering, the
seventeenth mon is
Tim, he will olwoys be
port of us.
Story by Joy Lind-
Brad Van Wyhe concen-
trates on defending against
a Grace College point
it 3 A A
During a timeout, Coach
Greg Gaffney gives his play-
ers instruction about their de-
ln a Grace College home
game, Tim Asher lays in an
easy two points off a fast
-. 'Lilmf' el
Don Band powers the ball to
the rim using his size advan-
tage to "sky" over a Fort
Kerri Pierce drives post the
defense of o Groce College
Ruth Bronger concenrrores
on her free-rhrow form or o
Lady Archer's home game.
84 i:iA3i-i: WGMENWS BASKETBALL
All-Arnericon ployer Wendy
Chisholm shoots from the
lone under pressure from o
Fort Wayne ployer.
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Front Miss Laurel Wartluff Mae Grant Becky Roberts Cathy Buresh
Kerri Pierce Rebecca Raney Allen Eshleman Back Shawn DeMoss
Esther Stralnlc Juanita Murra Wendy Chisholm Ruth Bronger Kathy
Roberts, Alice Hibma, Jim Pardee.
"Life is a series of
someone famous once
said. For the Lady
Archers this year was
no exception. The
new season looked
promising with half of
last year's squad re-
turning, a new coach
and fresh recruits. And
what a season it's
ushered in a new era
of basketball for the
team. Attitude and ef-
fort became the
watchwords for prac-
tice and games. Coach
does not allow medi-
ocrity on the court and
demands our full at-
tention and concentra-
Al MEN S
f words during an
citin 0 g ea
I say without a doubt that Caside
from Godb basketball has had the
greatest impact on my life at MBI.
tion. This has built our
team unity and helped
us reach our goal of
"one spirit, one mind."
Our game has im-
proved greatly this
year. Toward the lat-
ter half of the season
our pace increased,
we had more fast
breaks. But it didn't
come easy. Twenty
hours of practice a
week, brought us
closer to this goal. Not
every game was
sweety some were
hard even when we
were ahead the entire
As a team we've re-
Iearned how to glorify
God and realized
anew the importance
We've been shown
our selfishness, and
God has helped us to
I am proud to be a
part of the Lady Arch-
ers and to be part of
the lessons basketball
teaches. I enjoy play-
ing ball. I couIdn't ask
for a better set of
teammates or coach-
es. After three years, a
ship and many lessons
learned, I say without
a doubt that Qaside
from Godj basketball
has had the greatest
impact on my life at
Story by Esther
"Please take the photo and
leave, this happens to be o
very important free throw."
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86 Flash: North Hall
. in my.
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146, 146 ,.., These neck lifts
are killers! Gary Davis moons
as he works to maintain his
"Two volleyballs, o goalie
mask, and six hockey sticks
what game are you
playing?" Bob Morgan fulfills
Are Holly Vick and Kelly
Moore participating in a new
intramural activity, or are
they attempting a Jane
The intramural floor representatives meet monthly to discuss the sched-
uling and competition in the intramural program
N0 in-ii i
Wil A LL
lt's 8:30pm. You
don't want a study
break, you need one.
The prospect of the
same Culby Two
crowd induces atrophy
in your social muscles.
Besides, the nachos
put the "freshman
ten" Clbsj well within
your grasp, literally.
You can hear the cry
of your forefathers,
"Go north young peo-
ple, go north." North
Hall - a building of
action, activities and
Our athletics are
marked by action. The
"lt's a great place to watch a bas-
ketball or volleyball game, or just
get away to relax," said Sam
intensity of our intra-
mural competition and
the athletic teams
keeps the Hall hoppin'.
From the basement
weight room to the
floor hockey gym on
three, movement sel-
North Hall becomes
home for student ac-
Guild, Chorale and
Men's Glee have the
chance to sing and to
serve here. For the
Moody Student and
Arch, there are late
nights of struggling and
Face it - student at-
titudes about North
Hall are extreme. The P.E.
Concepts course is not
popular before chapel or
during the slushy, frigid
winter. But for the veter-
ans, those men and
women who excitedly
seek the thrill of the Hall,
the walk is but a skip. The
weeknight excitement of
recreation attracts them,
and the prospect of
group activity keeps
Story by Paul
Kyle Kostreva, Gregg Stearns, Tim Kizziar, Jay Klopfenstein, Allan Ogg,
Joel Conley Chris McHugh, Mike Czech, Steve Shickley, Mark Juane,
Keith Witwer, get ready for National Cheerleading Competition.
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A well-rounded ex-
perience of MBI sports
rests in the competition
between floors in the
intramural program. ln
the fall, there is foot-
ball, volleyball, and
basketball. As the
floors participate, they
display attitudes as dif-
ferent as the senior
pragmatist for whom
"the end justifies the
means," and the light-
hearted freshman in-
quiring "didn't I sign up
for volleyball? What
are these flags for?"
Intramurals help to
unify the participating
88 Flash: Intramurals
"Competition unifies each floor. They
work as a team for the same goal,
using individual strengths to com-
pete," said Tom Sayre.
floors. This unity stems
from guys and gals
spurring each other on
in a tangible way.
each floor. They work
as a team for the
same goal, using indi-
vidual strengths to
compete," said Tom
unity is not achieved in
every game. Friction
develops between op-
ponents, officials, and
spectators. At this
point, there is a need
to approach the situ-
ation with a Christian
someone by allowing
him to play, thinking
through our response
to an official's "bad"
call, and showing a
gracious reaction to a
big win . . . or loss.
skills are challenged,
and strengthened. And
sometimes, there is
even some display of
athletic ability. Well,
Story by John
Lampe and Greg
A disguised, macho woman
marches up field with the
pigskin tucked safely under
Rob Williams concentrates
heavily on the play in an
intramural football gome. "I
don't remember who was
on my team."
Lonnie Wilson, senior, twists
and turns his way to o touch-
down in on lntromural foot-
ball gome. Go, Lonnie, Go!
Too bod the Chicago Bears
don't use flogs - Kathy
Buresh, engaged in more
than o friendly embrace,
would be a top draft to pick.
Heods ducked in true rocing form Greg Poyne Mork
Hufen ond Mork Rockwell bottle o bitter Chlcogo wind
The rocing teom troined oll through the winter to be
prepored for the Spring seoson
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sports offer the othletic
on opportunity to por-
ticipote ond compete.
While these four sports
ottroct both ployer
ond fon olike, the vor-
ied interests of the
sports-minded go be-
yond these current
sports. To meet the
need, students orgon-
ize the "club sport,'
ond compete with oth-
er schools ossisted port-
Iy by the othletic de-
"The othletic deport-
ment tries to support
the club sports within
the porometers of our
90 FLASH: CLUB SPORTS
"It hos been my gool to build o foun-
dotion for the teom which will ollow
'them to thrive ofter I groduote,"
Lyndell Enns, men's volleyboll cooch.
resources. I wish we
could do more for
them, but there ore
limitotions which pre-
vent thot," soid Mr.
Joe Hokes, othletic di-
Despite such hord-
ships, the club sports
ore growing. This post
yeor women's soccer
ond the bike rocing
teom developed to
meet student interest.
word of mouth, we
hove more rocers thon
we con occomodote.
God hos blessed the
ideo by providing nec-
essory equipment to
roce ond 0 troining
room in North Holi,"
soid Greg Poyne,
men's bike rocing mo-
"Previously, the vol-
leyboll teom hos hod
to stort from scrotch. It
hos been my gool to
build o foundotion for
the teom which will ol-
low them to thrive of-
ter I groduote," soid
Lyndell Enns, men's
Despite such difficul-
ty, the club sports will
remoin intoct, for thot
which students desire
ond work for will en-
Story by Paul
lt's not exoctly o noture troil,
but Greg Payne, Mork
Hufen, Mork Rockwell find
recreotion ond sport in o
neor north biking trek.
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Lyndell Enns defies grovity
ond gives the volleyboll o
wollop. John Stocy eogerly
woits to ossist,
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Men's Vollyboll Club: John Srocy, Mott
Geier, Kent Steiner, Borry Livingston,
Mike Juhnke, John Kolil cocch, Greg
Nichols, Tony West, Troy Murphy,
Lyndell Enns cooch.
Bike Racing Club: Mork Rockwell, Neno
Conji, Greg Poyne, Mork Huefen, Jeff
Cross-Country Club: Advisor Ron
Benginer, Cooch Don Toylor, Shillino
Molich, Karen Psooy, Poulette Zohn,
Kelly Greenlee, Dennis Boiley, John
Heold, Dorrel Potterson, Pete Finger.
Women's Soccer Club: 1COooch Henry
Motorrito, Cooch Andy Lowson, Jodi
White, Deonno Worthington, Lori Rog-
ers, jomie Moson, Suzi Shore, Robin
Beoumont, Tereso Midkiff, Becky
Cumerford, Julie Conwoy, Chorolette
Mosher, Borbi Knight, Cheryl Brown,
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Not only con they sing,
but they hove those
covergirl smiles too! Jill
Leininger, Suson Yoger,
ond Julie Royce help re-
cruit voices for Womens
Glee during Welcome
Mizro, PLA., listens to her
girls ottentively during o
floor meeting, while Kris-
to Dempsey clock-
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Get involved . . . Develop your
potentiol . . . Become o port . . .
These ore the trite phroses used to
promote school groups ond clubs.
Are they mere stotus symbols?
Glorified cliques? Whot exoctly is the
essentiol element with which they
provide this college's existence?
Unity is thot element. The kind of
oneness thot only comes through
tedious hours of proctice, meetings,
ond music tours. Unity is monifest
through our development os
individuols to become port o group.
Our orgonizotions ollow us grow
into leodership ond responsibility,
expression ond service. They
develop the film of our lives from
the row footoge to losting
Moody Women's Glee is o fellowship ond
ministry in song.
l'll never forget the feeling of
flying over the Coribbeon Seo os
the sun wos setting. Who could
forget the doy it took us eleven
hours to drive 230 miles or the
mony times we sot by the rood-
side in 1 10 degree heot woiting
for Cecilio, our bus driver, to fix o
Crowded ouditoriums, orenos,
friendly people, the crystol cleor
Coribbeon - we sholl remem-
ber these things obout our sum-
mer tour in Venezuelo ond the
But it wos the people who
mode it worthwhile. Seeing
them respond to the music ond
testimonies renewed my com-
mitment to our gool to be serv-
onts of Christ. The words of one
Venezuelon brother left on im-
pression on my mind: "You con't
lmogine whot your group hos
done to elevote the nome ond
couse of Jesus Christ in this coun-
Our three week tour come to
on end oll too soon. The reolities
of lush green mountoin ronges,
white sonds ond blue woters be-
come pictures in o scrop book,
but the memories will stoy olive.
Story by Ruth Kendal.
Ruthie Phillips is the glod recipient of
o bockrub from o fellow member of
94 Development: Womens Glee
Angel ouditions onyone? Julie Allen,
Jonet Pollord, ond Koren Rundquist
proctice moking heovenly music.
Front Row: Jennifer Wright, Kimberly Mulley.
Mr, Chorles Thompson, Kothryn DeVries, Jodi
Beckemeyer. Row Two: Gwen Abell, Jone
Schell, Jill Leininger, Koren Buck, Michele Miller,
Melisso Hortmonn. Row Three: Kim Bulkley,
Victorio Roborts, Cotherine Cumerford, Louro
Croner, Suson Speer, Anito Willioms, Becky
Bocnuk, Rochel Regier. Row Four: Julie Royce,
Heidi Skinkle, Melody Conord, Cotherine Zong,
Kristino Keller, Liso Vonder Werf, Jonet Pollord,
Koren Rundquist. Row Five: April Pildirch,
Yvonne Smith, Christine McFee, Chorloyne
Henry, Anito Wheeler, Rebecco Forrey, Julie
Allen, Anno Budoi. Row Six: Rebeco Soge, Jill
Reehl, Suson Yoger, Koe Beth Rosenberg, Re-
bekoh Mortin, Deonno Winons, Julie Lundgren,
Row Seven: Jennifer l-ledstrom, Jody Johnson,
Jill Thompson, Deboroh Drury, Ruthie Phillips,
Korolin Csoky, Deboroh Limo, Jeonine Trim.
Dock Row: Bonnie Horrison, Louro Thomos,
Melonie Bernord, Jonice Honson, Kristen
Schontz, Ruth Kendol, Virginio Powell, Debro
Greoves, Koren Cormeon.
Above left: Mr. Thompson helps his lodies Sqfin, pegrlgy Gnd CUH5 mokg Wom.
hold o high note. Proctice times like these os
well os pizzo porties ond extensive touring,
en's Glee one of the most ottroctive
moke Womens Glee o closely knit bunch. OVQOJWJZOVJOVJS on COVUPUS- M-Q
Front Row: Peter McConoghie, Potrick Anders,
Mr. Robert ller, Brion Briggs, Eugene Morks.
Row Two: Keith Witwer, Jomes Hofmon, Brent
lnion, Keith Arnold, Timothy Young. Row
Three: Thomos Appel, Poul Correro, Lorry
DeYoung, Roy Yobuki, Mork Correro, Woyne
Herr. Row Four: Doniel Midkiff, Williom Dipple,
Brett Howord, Andrew Schmutzer Dovid Mill-
heim, Bryon Welker, Rodney Brock. Row Five:
Dorcy MocCollum, Richord Pittenger, Scott
Jones, Phillip Higgins, Doyle Croker, Lyndell
96 Development: Meds Glee
Enns, Dovid White. Row Six: Eric Widholm,
Douglos Simmons, Donold Smith, Michoel
Chovers, Steven Windle, Andrew Beoty,
Ronold Criel. Row Seven: John Gilbert, An-
drew Lowson, Chod Wiebe, Troy Lewis, Mi-
choel Monske, Scott Kricken, Brod Von Wyhe.
Bock Row: Motthew Swortz, Robert Morgon,
Poul Zettek, Dovid Ottensmonn, Timothy
Knight, Woyne Downen, Bruce Everhort, Ste-
The Men's Glee perform during the
Spirituol Enrichment Week,
"Ol4oy Phil, enough of thot funny
stuff, this is the song we're singing!"
Mr. ller helps Phil Higgins with some
orgonizotionol toctics, while Andrew
Lorson listens in for some tips.
MU GAMMA KAPPA -
fro ter ni tyf n. 1: o group of
people ossocioted or formolly or-
gonized for o common purpose,
interest, or pleosure 2: the quolity
or stote of being brothers.
Focts must be foced. MBI hos o
froternity on compus. Coll it o fel-
lowship or o brotherhood or o so-
ciety if you like. The Moody Men's
Glee Club is, in foct, o society of
l wondered time ond ogoin dur-
ing freshmon orientotion if the guys
who come by the Glee toble to
hove their blue popers initioled
would be Glee men. Eoch one who
"C'mon guys . .. Just how low con
you go?" At o procrice, the men go
"Men With A Song"
ouditioned ond mode it would
hove been proyed for . . . need-
ed . . . useful.
"You'll hove fun. You'll be
chonged ond chollenged: it's my
job to see to it." You'll minister
os o port of o frontrunning Chris-
tion orgonizotion. Are you to be
one of the "Men With A Song?"
Men's Glee is o froternity, yes,
ond oppropriotely so. We proy
God's Spirit will use us publicly.
l've proyed for Him to minister
to us privotely.
Story by Pot Anders.
'Moybe if my voice doesn't crock,
something could come out of this "1,2,C3,4 ,... lthink they finolly got it
neighbor relotionshipf' Tim Blycker down!" Mr. Edmonds conducts his
ond Penny Dix sing ot o practice.
young opprentices with o look ofjoy
Moody Chorole is o joyful song in on
Only the rore person ever hos
the privilege of seeing the Cho-
role in its true form. Doily proc-
ticesp colisthenics, long dress re-
heorsols, tuxedos to be bought,
stonding on risers for hours ot o
time under hot, sweot producing
lights, ironing wrinkled dresses
with no ironing boord ond only
one iron, someone burning o
hole in her dress with on iron,
ond more. The guys wotching
the girls toke over during tour on
We Appreciote Guys CW.A.G.J
doy, thirty girls bottling it out for
the electricol outlets before o
concertp eoting one more piece
of fried chicken, ofter o week of
98 Development: Chorale
the some, wnne sriii smiling
thonkfully, Mr. Ed onnouncing, "I
om so sorry lodies, but you only
hove three minutes to chonge
dresses during tonight's offer-
Sure, ot first we groon ond
moybe even comploin o bit in
our heorts, but loter we lough
. . . boy, do we lough. We lough
ot the sheer hilority of every-
thing, ond then we lough ot our-
selves for not seeing how God
uses oll of these experiences,
people, ond comments to moke
us more ond more into the ser-
vonts He wonts us to be.
Story by Jackie Morsholl.
Front Row: Dovid Kott, Rene Vonder Ark, Mr.
Gerold Edmonds, Morgoret Brooch, Doniel
Schmidt. Row Two: Psonold Kommermon, Set-
suko Sosoki, Noncy Vigno, Simone Gordon,
Korene Peterson, Volter Filipe, Row Three:
Ryon Streeter, Kim l-lonno, Deboroh Smith,
Amy Neswold, Liso Johnson, Timothy Blycker.
Row Four: Steven Clork, Rodney Fry, Deboroh
Murphy, Mork Chose, Elizobeth Peik, Jeffrey
Ingersoll, Andrew Snyder. Row Five: Erik Porks,
Elizobeth Newbrough, Lono Worden, Doniel
Gollery, Denise Muston, Trocy Gordon, Keith
Join Chorole ond the loughs ore endless . . .
just osk Lono Worden os she recruits during
Dowson. Row Six: Scott Yingllng, Rene John-
son, Noncy Covell, Lindo Musgrove, Trocy
Achziger, Liso Biel, Corlo Whitocre, Renee
Lineburg, Dovid Loney. Row Seven: Gregory
Ingersoll, Sonjo Corlson, Brendo Tollefson, Pen-
ny Dix, Poulo Doebler, Shouno Kettinger, Troci
Simpson, Jocqueline Morsholl, Dovid Murphy.
Bock Row: Thomos Forster, Trevor Fehr, Mork
Wollmon, Deltho Jefferson, Deirdro Ozment,
Wllliom Grohom, Mork Rockwell, Michoel True.
Mr. Hecht ond his students . , . "When
I point thot meons COME IN . . . Now,
The bond, our speciol guests in chop-
el, entertoin ond minister during Spir-
ituol Enrichment Week.
Front Row: Gregg Steorns, Jodi White, Henry
Hecht, Toni Rice, Jonothon Young. Row Two:
Kevin Sloter, Julio Jomes, Jon Furseth, Soroh
Bouroin, Rebecco Chose, Tonyo Mollenkomp,
Dove Alisenrono, Row Three: Joonne Hooker,
Vito Solno, Ronold Christionsen, Jock Stowers,
Philip O'Doy, Ardis Nelson, Louro Empson. Row
Four: Millo Delgodo, Lynn Oliver, Lori Tokocs,
Juonito Murro, Eloine Anderson, Kothy Tully,
Mortho Hurd. Row Five: Christopher Honno,
Timothy Mosters, Priscillo Hockett, Normon Hon-
IOO Efbevelopmentz Concert lficsnd
sen, Kenneth Smoll, Motthew Vile. Row Six:
Doniel Toufolele, Jomes Mitchell, Arthur Tober,
Bryon Horrison, Robert Chompogne. Back
Row: Curtis Hopkins, Christine Spencer, Ben-
jomin Choinord, Doniel Ronning, John Weller,
Tonyo Mollenkomp performs os she looks to
Mr, Hecht for further direction.
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ffm froi? I
lim Mitchell turns up the heot with his
ploying: the other bond members con but
listen ond wonder.
Whotjoy! To feel the Son! To Know thot in
Him we ore one!
Music, os foir os
the song of creotion
Musicion, free like
Tools of the trode
The messoge of our
Musicions, free like
Eoch o child, chosen,
chonged ond chorged with
the messoge of our
Whotjoyl To feel the Son!
To know thot in Him
we ore one!
Eoch o child, chosen,
chonged, ond chorged.
Whot joy! To feel the Son!
To know thot in Him
we ore one!
Mojestic blue, our collingg
pure, Holy white,
Tools of the trode
Mojestic blue, our colling,
pure, Holy white, our Collet,
Music, os foir os the
song of creotion.
Poem by Lori Renae Tokocs.
A time of proise ond worship ot the onnuol
On the night of December 25,
OOOO, Mory ond Joseph surely
ogonized thot the Son of God
must come into the world with
no celebrotion or even o decent
birthploce. ln spite of this, God
hod it in His plon thot the entire
world would sing the proises of
thot very speciol night when
God come to eorth os o little
child. In December, this celebro-
tion wos held in oll the splendor
of mon's creotive worship, with
the onnuol presentotion of Con-
From the glorious processionol
to the Ten Thousond Joys of the
notivity scene, eoch heort wos
moved by the wormth of voices
offering proise to our God ond
King. Some moments were sol-
emn ond still os we concentroted
on o single voice or on the im-
oges on the screen. Then, soon,
every voice joined together in
the intensity of the triumphont
chorus. Every person odded his
own to the occosion. And every
person will olwoys remember his
very speciol night ot Condlelight
Corols, when he united with
thousonds of believers in cele-
brotion of the birth of Christ.
Story by Chris McHugh.
Shepords survey the greotest gift
102 Development Condlelight Carols
Lono Worden ond Moria Toby portroy
Mory ond Joseph in the dromotic-
musicol presentotion of the first od-
The Notivity scene brings o peoceful
ond reverent spirit os corols couse
listeners to pouse oncl reflect on our
A holy ond serene otmosphere per-
vodes Moody Church os the stroins of
"Silent Night" sweep through the
Stu-Co ond Roco supply student with the
Whot o better woy to begin o
new school yeor with o new
president, new odministrotion,
ond new toilet poper holders,
thon with o new unity? Student
Council's pursuit of this gool cor-
ried four specific gools with it: To
be o lioson between the od-
ministrotion ond the students, to
become more student oriented,
to develop unity omong differ-
ent student orgonizotionsg ond to
detect ond work on spirituol
problems existing ot MBI. From
the very first, "I coll this meeting
to order," to the lost, "I move to
odjourn," the key people who
built up Stu-Co's credibility ond
helped to moke it whot it wos
were the rep's. Becouse of their
dedicotion ond hord work every
Moody student hod the oppor-
tunity to give blood, reod the
1041 Development: Stucoflloco
weekly minutes, eot wotermel-
on ot the Lobor Doy Picnic, ond,
of course, go rollerskoting.
Among the opportunities thot
Stu-Co provided, their moin con-
cern wos to surround MBI stu-
dents with "unity in the body of
Another orgonizotion formed
to enhonce the educotionol ex-
perience of the student body
wos RACO Qkesident Activities
Councilj. Boot ond bus rides
gove students o chonce to see
the city from o different perspec-
tive. Time outs, open houses,
ond fireside chots equipped eoch
with the bolonce of study ond
fun. Between the two groups,
everyone hod the chonce to join
in the "pursuit of unity".
Story by Scilly McForIone CStu-
coj ond Joy Lindstrom QRACOJ
Stu-co Exec: Dorrell Potterson, Steve
Freitog, Koren Geymon, Solly
McForlone, John Tobin, ond Will Ken-
ney. Not pictured: Dovid Anderson,
Roco QL-RJ: John Kolil, Steve Legont,
Tim Reist, Liso Sisson, Stephonie Wor-
son, Joy Lindstrom, Heidi Stodt, Beth
Pitton, Sondro Boin, Bill Pieicheld, Lou-
ro Younger, Louro Croner, Jenny
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Pot Anders grociously serves his Stu-
dent Council President, Dovid Ander-
son os he gives him o lift through the
crowds ot the Stu-co sponsored Lobor
"And now Lodies ond Gentlemen of
the press, the Vice President, with the
lostest news from the Pentogonf'
"You wont us to go where?
You've got to be kidding!" Sonjo
Mognuson, Joy Georgeff, ond Henry
Motoritte contemplote the motion
thot the exec do some field work in
the jungles of Africo.
Front Row: Angelo Velosco, Liso
Coffmon, Noel Roybin, Tim Blycker.
2nd Row: Ann Scott, Tim Deorborn,
Poul Wells, John Heold. 3rd Row: Bill
Grohom, Jeff Somuelson, Chorles
Kihumbo, Robert Kesler, Bock Row:
Jim Doughtry, Cindy Morsholl.
106 Development SMF Proyer Focus
"l'm freaking out, l'm freaking out!"
Nathan Martin sheds his calm, serious
demeanor to demonstrate how the
president handles pressure at an exec,
"Sending laborers into the harvest fields."
Student Missions Fellowship's
goal is to promote God's world
program in keeping with His
Word. We believe world
evangelization begins on our
knees. SMF has begun its efforts
in prayer, asking God to be the
motivator in our programs.
The programs we sponsor are
designed to keep prayer as the
priority. The programs include:
monthly concerts of prayer, 15-
20 weekly prayer focuses, and
the pray-for-a-nation-a-day pro-
gram. lt's exciting when God an-
swers our prayers to "send la-
borers into His harvest fields
by sending Moody students!
Another way we unite the
student body's effort is to
choose a missions project to
financially support. We pro-
mote missions through our
eight yearly chopels and
Challenges" which often fea-
ture experienced missionaries.
Story by Nathan Martin
Nathan Martin served from
September-Octoberg he had
to leave school due to illness.
Front Row: Nathan Martin, Erika Met-
zler, Mrs. Dorothy Blaha, Dr. Raymond
Tallman, Sonja Magnuson, Brock
Steiner. Back Row: Jay Goergeff, Cindy
Marshall, Melissa Rains, Susan
Schwabe, Henry Matarrita.
R.A.'s leod us to survlvol in the community
One is inclined to believe thot
R.A.'s, in their single-room suites,
ore living o life of rest ond
peoce. Yet behind the focode,
oll forty hove set out to com-
plete o demonding tosls.
Being on R.A. is more thon o
position of responsibility ond ou-
thority. The root stucture of pur-
pose is phrosed in two words:
Serving ond Troining.
This troining ground teoches
the RA. obout the ministry ond
how to communicote effective-
ly, using toct ond love. R.A.
work troins one to be flexible, to
Front Row: Tim Asher, Jeff Wilson,
Richord Porkinson, Kevin Whitford,
Chris Clinch, Seon Murphy, Bloke
Show. 2nd Row: Steve Acott, Ken
Gibbs, Steve Shickley, Kurt
Kriemelmeyer, Phil Remmers, Greg
108 Development. RA, 's
be o listener, not just o tolker, on
odministrotor ond o discipler, to
love ond to comfort. But most of
oll, its honds-on troining in
Motivoted by the theme of,
"Serving the Shepherd", R.A.'s
ore tried doily in the trenches os
they develop servonts heorts.
The R.A. tolses on o ministry, o
ministry with rewords ond strug-
gles, sleepless nights ond hectic
schedules of poperworls, meet-
ings ond deodlines.
Story by Blake Show.
Nichols. 3rd Row: Jeff Gouthier, Lon-
ny Wilson, Spencer Smith, Rondy
Prouse. Bock Row: Alon McElwee, Bri-
on Sincloir, Eric Musser, Brion
Nothing like o little humor on the
dorm floor. Debbie Mirzo reocts
strongly to o joke by "one of her
Resident Supervisors: Dorothy Hostetter,
Sue Shickley, Joe Gonzolez, ond Pete
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Front Row: Jonice Ehrhordt, Dorcy
Thiel, Melonie Bernord, Koye Adoms,
Deb Mirzo, Becky Horrison. 2nd Row:
Corlo Whitocre, Bethene Anderson,
Deb Fish, Julie Lundgren, Toni Rice,
Kim Aden, lone Schell. Bock Row:
Jonet Knee, Kothleen King, Jonelle
Brosk, Becky Borron, Brendo Combs,
"Them's my boys!" Steve Shickley,
R.A. on Culby 16, cheers on his boys.
Wonder if he dresses like thot oll the
Ken Gibbs potrols Culby 2. Ever olert,
Ken spots 0 couple ond instontly
evoluotes them for "code encrooch-
Borbi Knight, helps her lirrle friend in
orirhrneric. "C'mon, you con do ir!
Look on the bock, the onswer is 8!"
Corrie Folk poinrs up the fine on of
construction, coreful not ro set the
domino effecr in motion,
MG Deveiopnnenrz Big BFOiflBiQ Sis - Tutoring
Suson Horshborger, Jeffrey Gosnell, Ed
Powlouski, Tim Deorborn, "The people
thot moke it oll hoppenf'
Moody Students become fomily to kids of
Three words hove morked
the Big Brotherf Sister progrom
since its beginning four yeors
ogo: discipleship, commitment
ond love. The words express the
purpose of everyone who
comes to be involved in the pro-
grom, the joy of the ministry,
ond the socrifice required.
Discipling children to follow
Christ is the Big Bro-Big Sis pro-
grom: personol involvement
with children whose lives ore
bound in despoir ond tropped in
on environment of sin. Leoding
them ond their fomilies to follow
Christ by exomple. Being com-
mitted to toking time out of your
busy schedule to give when you
don't feel like giving. Setting on
exomple of security for o child
who hos rorely experienced ony
security. Showing love to one
who seldom hos known ony
love. Enjoying the experience of
o lifelong friend.
This is Big Bro-Big Sis. Giving
your life, giving your love ond
developing on everlosting bond.
Story by Ed Powlouski.
With the plone thot mode their chop- Pre-Av odvisor Ludwig Anderson ex-
eI's fomous, the Pre-Aver's gother on ploins how to sign up for on oppoint-
the plozo steps.
ment to one of the new students.
Doomed to Q fote of not quite fitting in, Pre-
Avers still intend to fly.
Yes, we hove no closs. Our
colling is like every other stu-
dent'sg however, we, the Pre-
Av guys, never quite know
where we belong.
As o new Pre-Aver, my first
semester wosn't too bod. I felt
ot home with with the 650 or
so other new students, but os
time went on, things begon to
chonge. Beginning second se-
mester, I wos thrust into the
rovenous jows of Sys. Theo.
204, where the rest of the
closs wos mode up of mostly
Juniors. I odjusted to this poce
ond begon to consider myself
o Junior. Then come J.S.I3.,
ond they sold, "Sorry, You
Pre-Av guys con't go. You're
Freshmen." I wos confused.
Acodemicolly, I'm o Junior,
but sociolly, I'm still 0 Fresh-
Things got even more con-
fusing in my second yeor. I
wos in mony senior closses, but
my sociol plocement improved
only slightly. I wos ollowed to go
on Senior Retreot, but everyone
wonted to know whot I wos
doing there. I tried to exploin my
situotion, oll I needed to soy
wos, "I'm Pre-Av," ond they
J.S.B. orrived ogoin, ond this
time Pre-Avers rejoiced becouse
we could go. Yet, do we get to
sign up with the Seniors ond get
dibs on the good seots? Or do
we woit to sign up with the Jun-
We Pre-Av "'guys moy not ol-
woys know exoctly where we
fit in or to whot closs we belong,
but we're o closs in ourselves.
We're just o bunch of "flying
nuts," ond we dig it.
""Guys" is used in the Mid-
western sense ond con meon
either mole or femole. Story by
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"I con Ieove the country but I con't
Ieove the food!"
Some say they're foreign . . . we call
Where do they come from?
What do they come for? You
may now be asking, "Who are
Gladness and sadness, excit-
ment and apprehension, disci-
pline and challenge - those are
but some of the emotions in-
ternational students feel.
From Japan of the Orient, the
chills of the Artic Circle, the isles of
Caribbean tropical splendor and
the colorful jungles of African life,
they all come-bound by Gods
promise, sealed with His love.
For many, Moody has been a
long desired dream, the result of
prompting of a friend, a financial
possibility, the world of mass me-
dia or a chance to taste Amer-
ica's up-beat culture. But for the
188 students representing 51
countries, there's a longing to
know God, a zeal to step out
with Him and for Him, a zeal
which makes them risk home-
sickness, years of living with
the unfamiliar, and even fail-
ure - all to prepare for a
more purposeful life.
Some enter timidly, others
with poise, many with enthu-
siasm and most with crumpled
English. Their names are too
difficult to pronounce, their
costumes are too brilliant to
look atg their food is some-
times too odd to taste.
Regardless of their circum-
stances, one to four years of
Moody's molding energizes
them for home - still bound
to God's promise. These years
teach them to cry, "My soul
pants for You, O God."
Who are they? Why are
they here? Don't ask me, ask
Story by Maria Simon
"Look man, it says it right here - "Greet
one another with a holy kiss." Let's catch
the next girl walking across the plaza and
see what she thinks!" International students
often discuss literal Biblical interpretations.
The international students "en
masse" following a chapel.
From lllinois to Austrio, these Pointed foces
Whot is the first thing thot
comes to mind when you
thing of "Pontomime?" Chor-
lie Choploin? Morcelle
Morceou? Clowns? Weirdos?
At Moody o group of guys
mime to bring glory to Christ.
While words often become
meoningless, o visuol ond
emotionol tool such os mime is
effective for priclsing colloused
heorts. This opens the door for
o verbol presentotion of the
"Good News" of Jesus Christ.
The Moody Mime Teom
hos troveled throughout the
midwest performing for
This is the Seloh fomily . . , the next
contestonts on the Fomily Feud.
1 14 Development: Dromo
churches, youth rollies, ond
open-oir groups. ln the summer
of 1986, God opened the door
for the mime teom to minister
for six weeks in Fronce, Austrio,
ond Hungory. Mime crossed lon-
guoge ond culturol borriers with
People comment positively on
its effectiveness. Someone hos
replied, "You guys must proctice
o lot for this . . . " To which we
would hove to onswer,
"Proctice molses perfect, but
proyer molses the difference."
Story by Dove Peters
Mime Teom: Dove Peters, Ric Olsen,
Smile you're on "MBI Todcry's"
Comero complete with tele-
prompter ond professionol comero
operotor John Roemmich.
Becky Jontz, Brion Rondone, Tim
Doniels, Tim Reist, Koye Adoms, No-
thon Anderson. ls this o closs in self-
defense ond medirotion or is it Selah?
'I it .
Move oside Ted Koppell. Quit los-
ing lote night sleep, Dove Letter-
mon. Go bock to London, Peter
Jennings. The hottest T.V. news
show on this compus wos MBI To-
doy. This student produced ond
directed T.V. show feotured world
briefs, weother, music videos, ond
even o segment to onswer ond
resolve problems in relotionships.
"This is hot news . . . this is good
stuff . . . this is gonno moke you
the next Borboro Wolters." Pro-
fessor Jomes Krogel gives Lionno
Forrer o confident word.
Behind the scenes - Liono Forrer
ond Dove Stonkus discuss the upcom-
ing news formot.
Women's Guild member, Jomin But-
ler, ieods the group in on encour-
oging word of devotion.
With the objective of enriching the
spirituol life of students ond their
spouses, Women's Guild committee u
serves their peers. , i
M6 Deveiopmentg Womens Guiid
Reloxing, os well os leorning, Womens
Guild provides it oll.
Begun in the eorly 1QOO's, the
morried women's guild hos con-
sistently provided fellowship ond
instructions for wives of MBI stu-
North Holl Hoven provides o quiet refuge for
It is common knowledge thot
Murphy wrote his low on Tuesdoy.
The olorm forgot to go off. Con-
sequently, hubby went off without
his breokfost. The kids screom oll
morning, ond the peonut butter jot
is empty. Whot will I pock them for
lunch? Pom will be here soon. I
should just stoy home! Who needs
Guild onywoy? Thot's eosy - I do!
At this hoven, someone else
wotches my children ot no ex-
pense. I con enjoy o "quiet" lunch
thot someone else hos prepqred. I
bond develops os I proy with
other wives ond moms obout
fomily needs. Through Guild, o
foculty wife is ovoiloble to lis-
ten to my weekly proises ond
concerns. I con olso enroll in
two closses. These closses,
tought by doyschool profes-
sors, equip me for mutuol min-
istry with my husbond os well
os give us more time togeth-
er. Now I hove to stoy up oll
night with him, doing home-
hove the liberty to unlood q bur- Story by Mory Lynn Clever.
den, or to shoulder someone's. A
Our very own journolists copture the news
"The Moody Student" hod o to-
tolly different oppeoronce this
yeor, not only in stoff but olso in
equipment. This yeor's stoff in-
cluded people of vorying tolents.
Some on stoff hod prior ex-
perience with newspopers, but
oll hod the determinotion need-
ed to produce on excellent
newspoper. Mr. Col Hoines, our
odvisor, used red pens to show
us thot on orticle con olwoys be
ln on effort to produce o bet-
ter poper, o Moclntosh wos pur-
chosed CThonk you Mr.
Dovidhizorj, for the poper's loy-
out. This computer mode things
eosier, especiolly once we
Ieorned how to use it properly.
This yeor olso brought o
chonge in the choice of o printer.
Becouse of the chonge of print-
ers, we soved money. A full
color photo of Dr. StowelI's in-
ougurotion wos included in the
This yeor's stoff would like to
thonk the students for their ideos,
editoriols ond stories. Your work
helped molse "The Student"
Story by Ann Bucy.
Front Row fL-RJ: Ardis Nelson, Ann offer their meeting begon, Ann Bucy,
Bucy, Kothy Popp, Dono Trumbower.
Bock Row QL-RJ: Dove Moyer, Jomes
Eoster, Ed Arrington,
"ls it time to go yet?" Five minutes
118 Development: Moody Student
Editor, olreody contemplotes leov-
Kothy Popp, Feoture Editor. "This is
whot hoppens when you work so
hord thot you don't get dinner . . .
you resort to pencils MMMM
"Now this is how it's going to be
Dove, I wont you to reserve me six
full poges for ods . , . " Business Mon-
oger, Jomes Eoster, helps Dove
Moyer see it his woy.
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They've been together so long
they've even leorned to pout in uni- Poul Krouse, Editor, "olwoys on top
son. Mott Eberle ond Jennifer Behl of things." Except the lotest styles . . .
endure "just one more" ioyout. where did he get thot shirt?
"Oh, Jenni, thot's hooplof' Miss
Rosolie de Rosset comments on Jenni
Royer's excuses for Iote orticles.
Brion Nowotzlse in preporotion for
thot perfect picture . . . "OIsoy, o little
to the right ond then sit up stroight,
ond o little to the . . . "
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"Nobody does it better thon o pro-
fessionol." Frederic Sourisseou, dork-
room technicion prints onother per-
Angelo ond Alexondro Sourisseou
ore Frederic's personol support teom.
"Great spirits hove olwoys encoun-
tered violent opposition from medio-
It moy be true thot "pressure produces,"
but white-out ond popcorn sure help.
As you hold this glossy book
ond flip through its shiny poges,
do you ever question its birth?
Ponder from whence it come?
The story of its creotion is loced
with toil ond triumph.
The setting is clossic. A cold
office three flights up in North
Holl. Tereso ond Poul engoged in
offectionote bickering. Jennifer
ond Mott sit cheek to cheek ot
the loyout toble - designing o
loyout? "Better rework the shod-
ing on the Arch, Mott - get
onother bottle of white-out."
CThis is only the twenty-fifth one.j
Miss de Rosset groons ot the sky
rocketing expenses. Jenni Royer
osks for the fortieth time in twen-
ty minutes, "Why hosn't Chris
colled yet?" Between comploints
obout our oncient Thesourus ond
retorded computers, she mon-
oges to help Kristie ond Tereso
coption o record two pictures in
one hour. Yo know, "Don't rush
the creotive process."
About this time Poul struts jo-
violly to the center of the room
ond onnounces, "lt's time for on-
other White Hen run, onyone
hungry?" Stoff responds: "Are
you buying?" Even Frederic
emerges from the dorkroom
ond ploces on order.
We see our photogropher, Bri-
on, on rore occosions. Tonight he
shuffles in muttering something
obout o molfunctioning comero.
The stoff seems to be obondon-
ing oll sense of sociolizotion.
We're oll too busy munching ond
rocking our broins for the
"perfect phrose" ond how to
moke o horizontol picture look
As deodlines opprooch, the
scenorio becomes o pressure
cooker. Every word spoken is
token os o personol ottock. Poul
cronks his Michoel Cord TOpe to
mosk the screoms of "friendly
conflicts". About this time, two
well meoning Moody Student
stoffers step over the threshold
ond coll o truce on WW Ill. Toss-
ing o mini "Kit-Kot" into eoch of
our lops, they restore our sonity.
Kristie is beginning to stort non-
sensicol conversotions, "Hey Jen-
ni, where'd you get those
shoes?" "Does onyone wont
some of my mom's speciol
homemode ted?" Poul yells,
"Get bock to work!" Kristie
ducks ond timidly returns to the
torturous tosk of coptioning . . .
Now do these coptions hove
new significonce? Do the orticles
occrue new worth? Are the loy-
outs more ottroctive? Does this
volume copture the essence of
your yeor? We hope so, be-
couse you were our inspirotion.
Enjoy . . . we did.
Story by Jenni Royer ond Kris-
cre minds," CEinsteinj. Kristie Duden, 2
Tereso Stirewolt, ond Jenni Royer
As Llso Slsson ond Sondro Boln lough
hysterlcolly, Dove Benwore ond Joy
Llndstrom otfock Trisho Flnk ond Noncy
Vlgno. Little dld they know, thot the
glrls got revenge flve minutes Ioter os
Dove ond Joy ron owoy wlth their tails
between their legs.
Slx hours ond counting . . . helping poss
out PCM assignments during Welcome
Week ore Kristie Welnlnger ond Mr.
Tohl, men's PCM odvlsor. Service with o
122 ENLARGEMENT: PEOPLE
People - those you poss in the
holls, stond with in the lunch lines,
ond fight ogoinst for the clossroom's
front seots. Some you know by
foce, some by mojor, some by
nome. So often you ore introduced
to someone you've never seen
before, only to discover thot he too
is o senior on your floor. Sometimes
they hove complicoted lives, yet
they would be incomplete without
their loughter ond teors, not to
mention the times you coerced
them into running with you to Joys.
Here they ore, in ploin view, on
enlargement for your memory.
Now, finolly, you con find out their
nomes. You con discover those
greot people who fought olongside
you to prepore themselves for
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Lives scorred by sin
Only Your 'ove con win
Behind their bots
Very much lllse me
Their questions roll
This is my chonce Lord
I drow out your sword
But eyes dim ond interest bleeds
All they wont ore
When will they see?
How con I
DAZZLE them with
They need Your wings not mine
Lest eternity enfolds them
Will it olwoys be so?
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Spellbound, they listen to toles
So mony plones, so little time,
Andy Forrell, Avionics Emphosis
Allon Giesbrecht, Flight Emphosis
Kelly Green, Flight Emphosls
Gill Houn, Flight Emphosis
124 Enlorgement: Aviation School
instolling on engine
Jim Keech utilizes high tech weother wotching equipment
for pre-flight preporotion.
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"Next time use the oil pon," Mike Jerry.
Greot things con be occomplished on your knees - Don
?- -rf is-1-As
There is on ocute missions field need for ovionics speciolists
like Andy Forrell.
IN SEARCH OF
There once wos o son of o fishermon.
Destined from birth to be like his fother, he
devoted his youth to developing the need-
ed skills, How he loved to fish - the fro-
gront solt woter breeze, the glorious sunrise
on o cleor morning, the curious tug of o fish,
the thrilling ond tense struggle of ploying
the fish in, ond obove oll, his fother's proud
smile no motter whot the size of the cotchl
But the work wos tough, ond os he
witnessed his brothers' toil, he begon to
dreom. At the drowing boord, he
proceeded to invent. His motorized fishing
boot virtuolly put the oor builders out of
business. An ingenious hovercroft soved
the fomily business hundreds of hours.
But the peorl business sought his tolents,
os did the seoweed conneries ond the
corol thieves, Alos, the money wos good,
ond he wos for removed from the rough
seo plonks, the snorled lines ond tongled
netsg for removed from the leoky boots,
the brutol sun ond the unpredictoble seo,
for removed from the heort beot of his
O, Fother, moy this our tiny closs be
diligent to the mission before us, occount-
oble to eoch other, foithful to you.
Story by Don Lenz.
Dorrell Hoys, Flight Emphosis
Mike Jerry, Flight Emphosis
Jim Keech, Flight Emphosis
Don Lenz, Flight Emphosis
Andy Ott, Mointenonce Emphosis
Chris Simpson, Flight Emphosis
Jeff Sprecher, Flight Emphosis
Tom Thorp, Avionics Emphosis
AVIATIO Fourth Year
mem lf vssfsiiissisftsrtrr ti 5 if M tt M W 3 me
Ken Wilson found poper work required os much time
os oircroft work
-of Rick Abner tokes o quiet breok in the student lou
For the missionory oviotor, like Gerrit Vermeer, ser-
vice for Christ is with o wing ond o prayer.
Tom Bolser, Flight Emphosis
Norm Cochrone, Avionics
Mork Engel, Avionics Emphosis
Enlorgement: Aviotion School
Rick Abner, Flight Emphosis
Jomes Angihon, Mointenonce
Mike Borlow, Flight Emphosis
Yus Ulsung prepares for cro s country flight.
James Angihan does some engine work.
Joe Karabensh, Flight Emphasis
Dan Neville, Flight Emphasis
Eko Pinardi, Flight Emphasis
"Honorary International Tennesse Hillbillies? David
Mongdong, Yus Ukung, James Angihan, Dan
l-lunziker, Alan Giesbrecht, Dave Isaak,
Jonathan Raney, Flight Emphasis
Budi Santoso, Avionics Emphasis
Debby Schrenl-2, Flight Emphasis
Kelly Smith, Flight Emphasis
Jeff Smythe, Flight Emphasis
Mark Stanley, Flight Emphasis
Yus Ulsung, Flight Emphasis
Gerrit Vermeer, Flight Emphasis
Ken Wilson, Flight Emphasis
Jim Winters, Flight Emphasis
AVIATION Third Year
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Doug Hoag, "Please pardon the pun, but this welding
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Brian Cordes, Maintenance Emphasis
Randy Gromlich, Flight Emphasis
Doug Haag, Flight Emphasis
Kevin Heassler, Flight Emphasis
Tim Hunter, Flight Emphasis
Carlos Rangel, Flight Emphasis
Alan King, Flight Emphasis
Robert King, Flight Emphasis
Bob LeNoue, Maintenance Emphasis i ,
Tom Leininger, Avionics Emphasis
David McCleery, Flight Emphasis
Daud Mongdong, Flight Emphasis
David Moreland, Airframe and
Ken Morton, Flight Emphasis
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"Take it apart, no problem. Put it back together?
"Now guys, let me show you just how mommo used
to do it . . . "
"Now where did this thing-o-mo-jigger come from?" "If I con't get this to worls, I'm going to go bock to
osl-is Kevin Heossler. Tinker Toys," Corlos Rongel.
Ken Mosher, Avionics Emphosis
Rick Nochtigol, Flight Emphosis
Borry Nichol, Flight Emphosis
Dovid Peorson, Flight Emphosis
Steve Pope, Flight Emphosis
John Schuler, Flight Emphosis
Tim Schulze, Avionics Emphosis
Don Smith, Flight Emphosis
Tim Smith, Avionics Emphosis
Holm Tron, Flight Emphosis
Fride Thorsen, Airfrome ond
Jim Von Gorder, Flight Emphosis
Bruce Wolff, Flight Emphosis
Don Worster, Flight Emphosis
Moria Wuerffel, Flight Emphosis
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A spring students reflects on her first
impressions of Chicogo. Here is on exerp
from her diory:
Jonuory 20th, 19881 Oh Lord, upon con-
templotion of todoy's moments, I grow
serene ot the spirituol eyes you gove. So
mony foces in this incredulous city - so
greot the longing ond desire in the heorts
of the moss. How understondoble it is thot
you wept upon entry to "your own city." I
om in owe of your mognificent power -
to be in tune with the perspective of God's
love, God's mercy while yet considering
the burdens of this world! I om only oble to
glimpse this dimension in such o smoll woy.
Were I spirit olone, I suppose my hon-
Dol Pro, Mork
Le Soc, Joseph
dling of such would come with greoter
eose. Yet, the slides of todoy's fromes pull
up those two elderly bums stonding mes-
merized by bulldozers through o choin-
linked fence. How lost were their foces thot
yet onother steel ond concrete obstruction
would go up to block their souls from the
cleor blue sky, from snowy white clouds os
pillows for ongels ond imoges of fontosy.
Only one more giont to ossure them of
their ont-like size in this universe of insig-
How will they know - how will they
comprehend thot while we os humons
look up with longing to refresh our souls,
our spirits, YOU ore looking down with the
some? How is it, divine Moster, thot I shol
be used by your Spirit to occomplish tx
tosk of telling these men of Your longir
for them? How could I ever come to ti
complocency of side-lining humonityl
onything? Lord, moy I not, moy I olwg
wolk with Your eyes, moy my heort I
woys see their need. And yes, moy yi
olwoys heol my blind eors to your Spil
Keep me from seeing the mere physicl
ond odd to my foith through the heoring
Your Word, MY God, thot I sholl forev
occept Your groce. Fulfill this doy thot pric
less quolity of looking down from on hig
ond I sholl proise you in odvonce my Kii
for your gronting of this very thing,
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BAM, POP, POP! Are these rnen rioting
ogoinst sleigh rides? No, it's the lost bond
chopel of the foll semester.
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Looks like thousonds to me.
No, only six-hundred or so. On-
ly six-hundred? You're crozy.
Oh sorry. Guess I should fill you
in. We ore reliving the first doy
of registrotion ot college ond
trying to figure out how mony
people reolly were in thot in-
fomous line. So you mind if we
continue our conversotion? No,
good. It'II toke me hours to get
to the end of this line. No, only
obout thirty minutes or so.
Don't believe them. It took
I think I told everyone on
compus these four things: my
nome, where I om from, my
mojor, ond my sociol-security
number. After telling my entire
life story, I reoch the end of thot
extremely long row of tobles,
ond someone tells me to get oll
these little boxes, on this ugly
oronge poper, initioled.
An assignment olreody? I ho-
ven't even signed up for closses
yet. Just stop ot eoch of the
one-hundred booths on the plo-
zo ond get the boxes signed.
Eosy for you to soy since oll you
hove to do todoy is sit there
ond give these orders. Well,
now I om ot Cl Christion College
so I hove to oct moture.
Yes mo'om. I'II do whotever
will moke life eosier on you.
I'm only o freshmon, stroight
out of high-school, trying to od-
just to oll the chonges ond trog-
edies in my life, but don't wor-
ry obout me. You won't see
me cry becouse I'II hold the
teors in until I get to my room
ond see the ugly corpet ond
ploin wolls. Young Iody, you
hove o terrible attitude. Sorry,
oh it's time to end so listen core-
fully. We lived hoppily ever of-
ter. The end.
Story by Louro Thomas
The BIG three for the frosh.
Leoving few possessions behind, freshmen wrote o new choprer in their lives oi
mode themselves ot home.
Adomson, Julie 'T-
Adkins, Julio ff
Adkins, Philip '
Allen, Julie " s it 4
Alisentono, Dove y 3, My
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Amicli, Phillip , ,.. 4 ? ,b ,
Andresen, Kenneth I , if 4 'I ,LMT ti ,gg
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Austin, Michoel , Y l
Bodertscher, Joseph I , ,Q ,
Boiley, Deboroh ' ' W y 0 Q -.
Boiley, Dennis p ft,
Boldwin, Joy M ... ' W -
Bollou, Michelle I. I 4' '
Borr, Rebecco ' 'A I
Botschelet, Curtis liiii A I
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Suddenly, I wos enveloped in o dork, sinister cloud. The
monster of gorgontuon dimensions wos slowly closing his mile-
high teeth on me os I entered his vost mouth. Doom!
We mode our woy through downtown Chicogo. Spurting
through the troffic, my thoughts vividly set off into fireworks
ofter o summer of television-wotching, reoding, ond worrying.
So this is the "Windy City." The only windy thing obout it wos
the trosh ond dust blowing obout on the chipped sidewolks.
Whot would the skyscropers look like if I were o cockrocich?
"Hey mon, my cousin, the one who lives in the pipe on the
one-hundred-ond-twenty-third floor of the Honcock, soys thot's
where heoven is." "Yeoh, but whot obout my best friend?",
"He got stomped by o yuppie's wing-tip on on elevotor there."
How come the people move so fost? Whot is the big hurry?
Oh, this is the rot roce. "Rot number four is in the leod . . . woit
. , . now it's rot number seven . . . yes..it is number seven! The
winner!" So thot's why oll the Iodies weor Reeboks with their
Two weeks Ioter, I venture out of my dormitory into the
cementjungle, Nervously, I gulp lorge quontities of cor-exhoust
oir os I trudge through busy intersections. Quite ropidly, I begin
to feel reloxed ond in control. My stote is interrupted by o top
on the shoulder. A six-foot-five block mon with eight pounds of
The City of Chicogo:
it moy not look like just
home, but there is little choice
gold oround his neck turns ond smiles. This is o twelve-inch smile,
fifty percent ivory, fifty percent gold. "Hey big mon, you
neeeeed sum powty suppliiiiiiieeeeesss?" His lost words drool
out of his foce ond drip onto his lips. He floshes the 14-korot
smile ogoin. "Uh, no." I quickly wolk owoy trying to figure out
why he smelled like coconuts. I wolk into o pork ond sit on o
bench. I notice birds ond squirrels everywhere. Where in the
world did they come from?
Loter thot night, I look out my window ond observe the
skyline. Whot is so beoutiful obout o bunch of lights? I imogine
whot it would look like if the lights were oll put together to
moke one big Iightbulb. Bright. The more I store ot the lights,
the more they look like the eyes of mechonicol predotors
lurking ond goping from the dork, metropoliton roin-forest, I lie
down ond turn my imoginotion off. My broin thonks me, sighs,
ond returns to normol thoughts.
Story by Paul Porkerson
Friedrich, Marc IAVII
Fuder, David G i f A Tiff! ig i
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Graffius, Jonathan I
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Guerrero, Robert f C
AF' 'E'S'H' ' 'NA
"l'm going to live here for three years?" I thought as I craned
my neck to look up at the tall, unwelcoming, red brick buildings
of Moody. This was supposed to be home. My life for the next
three years would be wrapped up in the activities going on
within one city block. Could real people actually live here?
Millions of thoughts and feelings whirled through my mind
during my first hours at Moody. I was awed by the immense
size of the buildings, intimidated by the throngs of people,
bewildered by all the lines, and completely confused. First,
there was the registration table where no one could spell my
name, and, therefore, couldn't find my packet. After pro-
nouncing and respelling my last name ten times, I was finally
stuck with a name tag and sent to the next table. PCM. "How
many languages are you fluent in, and which Chicago neigh-
borhoods would you like to evangelize first?" Then there were
the Glee Clubs. I thought they went out in the forties.
At last, I escaped the unending lines and headed for the
dorm. I had never seen so many doors in one hallway. At least
I didn't have to wait in line to get to my room. "Well, this is it," I
thought, as I began to unpack.
There's more to Moody than meets the eye, however. I had
seen the campus from the outside and been inside the dorm,
but there were still the tunnels. I couldn't believe it. There was
no way I could avoid them. I couldn't get to the dining room
any other way. So I devised a plan, and by sticking close to a
136 Enlargement: Freshmen
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this is going to be home:
Bricks, tunnels and lines?
group of girls when the meal hour approached, I made it safely
to the dining room.
By the end of my first day at Moody, I felt that nothing in life
would ever be the same. My mind was full of tunnels, lines,
elevators, people, and noise. Gone were the spacious lines and
quiet stillness. In their place were unyielding cement and
wailing sirens. This was home.
Story by Debbie Kalne
White shirts, dress pants, freshly cut hair . . . they must be freshmen.
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The welcome weekers of Houghton 5-West mode little effort
to oid in my comfort os I moved in, Curiously, they wotched me
fill my room with boxes os they ignorontly ossumed I wos on
upperclossmon. "Why else would she be three doys eorIy?"
they probobly thought. I wos flottered thot I looked older to
them, but I dreoded the three doys of solitude focing me.
Inside my room, I stood omidst my trunk ond suitcoses with
six Iorge pieces of heovy furniture surrounding me in o dis-
orderly cluster. I noticed the porticulorly foshionoble brown ond
green color tones on the floor ond wolls. The interior decorotor
in me thought, "My roommote will love it! It coordinotes
perfectly with the dust on the furniture." The point chips ond
tope morks on the woll steodily drew my eyes upword until I
beheld the ceilings The remoins of hundreds of poster-putty
globs of yeors post jeered bock ot me.
Fronticolly, I dusted the furniture ond woshed the wolls thot
ofternoon. For the two hours succeeding thot tosk, I took it upon
myself to heove ond tug the desks ond dressers oround the
room in on effort to ochieve on occeptoble orrongement.
I persevered throughout the three lonely doys thot followed,
ond on Registrotion Doy I diligently woited for my roommote
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But you'II never remove o
to orrive. Immediotely, I knew I liked her, ond we spent the first
couple doys experiencing Chicogo ond Moody together. She,
olso, did not oppreciote our room, but we took steps to moke it
personol ond comfortoble. After owhile, we storted overlooking
the poster-putty globs ond tope morks too.
About two weeks ogo, Corol, my roommote ond I visited some
friends on the third floor. We odmired their newly pointed room,
ond comploined to them obout the vondolized stote of our wolls.
The third floor RA overheord us ond entered the room Ioughing.
"Oh, ore you in room 518 by ony chance?" She continued to
Iough hystericolly. "lt wos so funny," she continued, "Two yeors
ogo or so we jopped our friends in 518 by toping ond poster-
puttying oll of their belongings to the wolls ond ceiling! You would
hove just died if you couId've seen it!" Agoin, she Ioughed. Oh, I
bet thot wosjust so hiloriousl
Story by Kelsey Mann
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I itr, 1 Nelson, Liso
'if ' i Nelson, Stephonie
' Nesto, Mork
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Oh, brother here I go ogoin, but this time I'm storting out in
the middle of the yeor insteod of ot the beginning. I reolly
hope this wosn't o mistoke. Too lote now, I'm committed. I'm
on o jet plone not knowing if I'll be bock ogoin. Boy, I hope
those guys ore ot the gote woiting for me. I hove noideo how
to get oround in O'Hore. Well, whot con you expect, I'm from
ldoho. Oh good, there they ore with big Moody signs. Thot wos
nice of them. Well, here goes nothing.
"Hi, I'm MeLone." Blonk, totolly blonk, I just love telling
people my nome. It's olwoys on experience.
"How do I spell thot? M-e Copitol L-o-n-e. No, no it's not
MeLone, or MeuLone it's MyLone. Thot's right, I know, it's 0
hord one to remember. Beep, beep you're in my lone? Well, I
guess thot's one woy to remember it." Where do they get
these guys? Beep, beep you're in my lone, oh brother. This
should be o fun semester.
My goodness doesn't onyone know how to drive oround
here. I reolly would like to moke it to the school in one piece.
Yoo, I'm here. Too bod it's night time. I would kind of like to
see whot the school looks like. I guess I'Il do thot tomorrow.
Now it's into the elevotor, push number four, down the holl,
room four-o-seven, throw open the door, to-do, yeesh, ond
they reolly wont two of us to live in here. I hope I like my
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Poigo, Amy -
Polmer, Tyrone it . ,,
will be o fun semester Only
If you soy my nome right.
And here she is, my roommote. "Hi, I'm MeLone." Blon
totolly blonk. Well, you know the rest of the story.
"So you like going to bed Iote ond getting up even loter. N4
no, I con't soy thot's how I do things. I, oh, like to go to bed eorl
ond get up even eorlier." Ah, yes, this should be o fun semeste
Story by MeLone Dusky
"And this is 0 picture of my mom, ond this is my house. And this is old Aunt Solly
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reoding from D.L. Moody's outobiogrophy
become 0 must for the freshmen student.
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Second ' ' Year
"What did you say?" Language barrier is hurdled through love and committment
As l sat preparing my first Sunday School
lesson, l focused my attention on the con-
tent and on which methods to use. l
worked hard preparing, and when Sunday
morning arrived, l was prepared to go.
l was taken to the Korean Bethany
Church. As l stood among the children, l
noticed l was an oddity, the only blond
person around. When l spoke, the children
seemed to have difficulty understanding
mei isii This wasn't unusual since lil have a
South African accent, but l thought, "They'll
146 Enlargement: Second Year Students
get used to it."
When l finally got my class together, I
realized the reason for the lack of re-
sponse. Three out of the five chiidren
couldn't speak English, What now! At a
snails pace, l worked my way thorugh the
lesson. "Whats your name: could you re-
peat that. l'm afraid l didn't quite under-
stand what you said."
Aftef sorting out who was who, l began
my Bible lesson. l'd say a phrase, ask
someone to translate it, try to get some
feedback and then continue. The childre
were amused at my attempts at certai
Korean phrases, Laughter broke man
barriers, and they were more willing to s
something' after having laughed at m
l've often wondered exactly how mu
they've learned since there-'s such littl
communication. Just when l'm on t
verge of getting discouraged, Christ r
minds me that His light will shine through 3
ways which l've never considered.
Story by Teresa Dickerson
De Young, Lorry
R DuBois, Shelby
it Durhom, Ronold
, Dusky, MeLone
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s Fountoin, Fron
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ii i i Gollery, Don
Concentration .ls the nome of the game says Dovid
Anderson os he mokes his crucial move on Peter
"Oh, thot Colvin is such Q crazy chorocterg DOT to
mention his tiger-friend Hobbes." Joonno Conant con-
centrates on priorities.
Clearly, we have either a foul or violation on this play
- but which? There is a hack, yet since the play is
above the rim, it might be considered goaltending.
You be the ref - you make the call!
Where else could you find two intelligent women such
as these except in the Cove , . . or maybe In the Zoo?
Teresa Stirewalt and Chris Brown.
Greig, David ff
Grna, Cindy ,
Hackett, Priscilla , A
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iternational students are won to Christ in America
nd are then sent home to be His witnesses
Many countries which no longer issue
as for missionary work have been send-
their nationals to America to study.
liege campuses throughout America are
haven for international students, These
dents are often lonely just waiting for
American to come to them and be a
Je honest friend. International students
e open to a good friendly conversation
'id will enable you to get some sound
formation about different cultures, while
ving them a chance to experience prac-
This is an open opportunity for the Chris-
un world to take action, Christians who
believe they have ta go overseas to be
involved in cross-cultural ministry should
think again. GOD in His grace has brought
these nationals to America to study- now it
is up to Christians to take initiative to win
-souls. However one organization has
been making a great impact by bringing
Christ to these nationals.
The international Students incorporated
ministry, lSl, is targeting these internationals
with the message of the gospel with the
hope of winning them to Christ,
We can read about the Ethiopian eu-
nuch and Philip. After Philip led the Ethi-
opian to Christ, he not only returned to
Ethiopia with his official business but he
also brought the messoge of Jesus Christ.
lSl is doing this with friendship evonge-
lism Bible conferences home Bible study
and many other opportunities. This is on
effective way of getting the gospel into the
different levels of a nation s society. As
nationals return, they will be in key po-
sitions in their countries and will be able to
influence others with Christian principles. As
an international, l gave myself to Christ
because of lSl's influence. This is a simple
proof that this ministry works.
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Gets some help from the hood on her windbreoker
ond good friend Lynn Surin
Toking odvonroge of the librory s quiet seventh floor
Jomes Rochol lounges cosuolly os he completes some
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lhe local church can fulfill it's biblical role as a center of worship, instruction,
iellowship, and service. ,
The Bible commands fellowship with oth- tion, encouragement, and motivation ings, the warmth of heart-felt hugs, and the
ir believers . . . we as Moody students are through hearing sermons and Sunday comfort in the affirmation of others.
equired to have membership in a church. school lessons. I began to learn the mean- Several years ago, l started talking
ile all know that the local church is in- ing of servanthood through teaching in Sun- about wanting to be a missionary. Several
iortant, but, with all the negative things day school and involvment in service proj- people approached me promising to pray
re hear, many people often wonder if ects. for me. Some continue to seek me out
were is any good in the church, These things are all extremely impor- whenever l am home to let me know they
l have been greatly influenced by the tant, but the part of the local church that are still praying. This is a small thing, yet
hutch. l began regular attendance as an has benefited me the mast is fellowship. l God has used the encouragement of these
ifant and have missed few Sundays since don't mean the nice little luncheans or fun people to give me the strength I need.
wen. The church has been a major part of and rowdy youth group "fellowships," ln- I want to learn to be a prayer warrior
wy life. stead, l mean the deep love and concern like these in my home church. What could
God used Sunday school teaching to one believer shows to another. I think of be more important?
iring me to salvation, I received instruc- the beauty of intercessory prayer meet- Story by Debbie Barber.
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Work in Cabrini Green teaches students the fundamentals of service and
I have been working with "Friends of
Cabrini" since the beginning of my first
year at Moody. I got involved with the
program after hearing a man in chapel
explain the ministry, I talked to him af-
terwards and asked him how l could get
involved. He took my phone number and
said he would get in touch with me. In the
meantime, I began to say to myself, "Jay,
you've got to be nuts if you want to wit-
ness In Cabrini Green." From a human
standpoint, lt was a pretty crazy thing to
do, but not from God's.
After praying about it and getting asf
surance from the Lord, I decided to give it
my all and go to Cabrini Green. After my
first visit, l realized it was not as bad a place
as people say. Almost everyone l met was
open and friendly, even though they were
jobless, or alcoholics and were surrounded
by constant violence. They were hurting
badly inside and would do anything for a
way out. l also realized that having an-
swers for these people would take prep-
aration on my part fl Peter 3:1531 So my
friend Mike Berry and l proceeded to tell
them that Jesus was the way they wel
looking for. ln the first semester we bu
several relationships, and three peopl
trusted Christ as their Savior.
My experience with the people of Cr
brini Green has helped me to be bolder
my witness for Christ and has pushed me 1
spread the Great News of Salvation.
would encourage anyone who is thinkin
about this kind of ministry to see how or
awesome Lord can be glorified in th
hearts of the people of Cabrini Green. A
Story by Jay Peters.
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Ottensmann, Dave sl .
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Pape, Kathy t I
Payne, Gregory ,Q A
Petit, Elizabeth y Q y 'I ,-i - 5 ' I '
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Peters, Dave X-' y
Peterson, Susan A I X . ii'
Phillips, Ruthie I . SX
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and Ken Small. Worthington asks Travis Cross.
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Second ' ' Year
Teaching Bible classes in a secular school becomes an opportunity for ministry
"lt's not fight ar wrong: lt'sjust different."
Professor l3adgero's words were so deeply
lnbeclded in my mind that I cringed when a
fellow winter worker exclaimed, "They
drive an the wrong side of the road." This
was a part of culture shock -- another
blcultralism term, and something l expe-
rienced much less of than I had expected.
Zimbabwe, directly above South Africa,
is a beautiful mountainous country where
English islthe trade language although
"shane" is spoken by about 7096 of the
people. SA typical greeting translated
would be: "Good morning, How did you
sleep?" The reply, "I slept well if you slept
well." l found the people to be open and
accepting, much more in touch with spir-
154 Enlargement: Second Year Students
ltual realities than the average American.
Although the government calls itself so-
clalistlc, l had the privilege of teaching
Scripture in the public primary school. We
had an average of ninety-five children lin-
ing the walls, sitting on desks, and scram-
bling for chairs in each of our three classes.
They were eager to learn, and l had the
joy of seeing fifty children accept Christ as
their Savior from our 5th-7th grade class.
My main task for the ten week expe-
rience was to organize the library of the
Evangelical Bible College. The dayl ar-
rived, the woman l was to work with had a
heart attack. She was back taking charge
about a week before l left. I had a chance
to get to know the staff through tea time
Can excuse to eat five meals instead e
threej and the students through sports.
l have fond memories of walkin
through "high density" suburbs hearing th
children yelling something that l later di
covered meant "white person." l wante
to practice my shona, and they wanted t
hear my English. l also remember walkin
in rythmn down to a river celebrating th
baptism of several adults. God is doing
great work among the people of Africa.
thank Him for Eettlng me be a part
another world fora short time and l pro
that I may return.
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tokes odvontoge of the solitude to read her closs
Greg Lewis ond Jerome Onstott have determined
thot word processing is not the only use for the ever
increasing dorm-room computer.
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ers, only to have the metro! ,door Isnoclrer i Whor fl learned, was thot Whenifeized' with
shoved bocls in umyffoce was the grim on impossibleisituorion,itll-wossopentolGod'.s
picture 'I hocl pointed. ,Change it? Why
should i turn down on opportunity forre-
jection? I wos going to tell people what I
believed, teil them oboutplesus, lt was thot
simple ond who knew, l might even leorn
These were my reoctions to my PCM,
but os olwoys, God con use someone os
stubborn os I to chonge the events for His
good will, Von visitotion is o ministry thot
everyone or Moody, extrovert or not,
should experience, lt tools o bit more cour-
oge rhon l wos willing to odmit of first, but it
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woys, ondwill, the worldbecomeo much
bigger piqcerhfough this PCM, God snowed
me once ogoin how my understandings ore
not lilsesHis. lf l hodl never token von visitation
os my PCM, l might have learned something
different obour myself or moybe nothing or
oil. Now I con look bocls on this semester with
o sense of fond memory os well os the lsnowl-
edge oi o conquered challenge. However
smoll o step it might have been, it is one step
closer ro the person God wonts me to be.
Story by Becky Tollmcm. l
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Holly Vlclds "guardian angel" - Ardis Nelson --
doesn't seem to approve of this proposal on the steps
of 153 lnstiture Plocef
Too bad Eric Nerison didn't see the warning sign in
time, or is it that Erlcis really the model for the figure
on the yellow indicators.
Jennifer Wright mugs for the camera proudly dis-
playing her smile to the photographer and thus the
entire ARCH readership
Second Year Executive Board: Darcy McCallum, Kelly
Yingling, Eric Moshlon, Andrea Norris, Judy Walton,
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Advanced ' ' Studies ' ' Program
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An infant with a BacheIor's Degree? Missionary experience teaches ASP
student dependence on Christ.
Life changing? Personally, I would not
describe the two years I spent in Japan as
life changing. True, while I lived in the city
of Fujinomiya I taught twelve English class-
es a week, was a missionary for the local
church and a member of the missionary
agency SEND International. This was all
very academic. However, the only true life
changing experience came when I made
a Lordship commitment to my Savior Jesus
Christ. Through my experience in Japan, I
grew more and more in the likeness of
Most notable were the first six months
when I was humbled. Not being able to
use the phone, trying to use the chopsticks,
adjusting to the new currency, etc., re-
duced me from a college graduate to a
one year old baby. This dependence on
others helped me to understand my de-
pendence on Christ. People grew impo-
tient at my mistakes while I was frustrated
by how much I had been taught but was
constantly forgetting. As I struggled with
patience, I also gained a better under-
standing of the life of Moses. Just as Moses
had forty years in the wilderness to draw
close to God, I also had an environment
totally foreign to me in which I could draw
close to God. Because I could not read the
train schedule or know which train to take, I
constantly missed trains. I learned to wait
on the Lord.
The written language posed problems in
traveling in the same way that the spoken
language created problems in communi-
caring. I was offered watermelon when it
was at the peak of the season. I wanted to
compliment the wife of the man who ha
invited me over for dinner. Using the littl
Japanese I knew I said it was "juicy", Littl
did I know that this word is also used t
describe a "young attractive female."
was embarrassed. I grew closer to Go
through a more meaningful prayer life
Serving God in Shizuoka prefecture was
meaningful experience because of the le
sons I learned that can be applied latter i
life. More important, I am looking forwar
to a closer and more personal relationshi
with God wherever I am.
Story by Tom Richardson.
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The Advanced Studies Program is no cake-walk. The
intense courses cause many an ASPer to pull hairs.
"Is it getting hot in here or is this silly bow-tie just
making it seem that way," asks a confused John
Kierspe at the ASP Christmas party.
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Advanced ' ' Studles ' ' Program
Whether joy or triol, PCM opportunities ollow students to see God's
Before school storted, I wondered whot
my PCM might be. I reolized just how
inexperienced I wos. I hod never tought o
Sundoy school closs, didn't relish open oir
compoigners , ond I wosn't sure whot "von
vis" wos. I proyed thot I would get some-
thing I could do ond thot it would be en-
couroging. I wos worried obout mony
things in returning to school in the ASP
progrom, ond I didn't wont to be struggling
in my PCM too.
I received my ossignment - nursing
home visitotion. I wos shocked ot how
perfect this wos for me. I hod worked in o
hospitol ond reolly enjoyed the elderly
potients. The Lord wos beginning to on-
swer my proyers but in o greoter woy thon
I hod osked for.
When our group wos being oriented to
Worren-Bott Povilion nursing home, I be-
gon plonning whot floor l'd choose, how
l'd opprooch people, ond how to structure
my time so os to see "instont fruit". Agoin,
the Lord wos olreody working. I wos os-
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foithfulness in oction.
signed to 0 floor with mony senile potients,
ond I wos confused obout how to op-
prooch them with the gospel. The first doy I
briefly visited os mony people os were
olert ond interested in tolking. I met one
lody ond introduced myself. Her nome wos
Julio, but it wos difficult to know whether
she comprehended whot I wos soying. She
hod hod o stroke, ond her speech wos
The second week, the Lord gove me ci
sign obout whom I should opprooch. Julio
wos'the only one who remembered my
nomel Co remorkoble thing for o 7O'ish
womon I'd only tolked to for 10 minutes o
week beforej. She olso recolled thot I wos
o Moody student! I found out she wos o
polish Cotholic who wonted to leorn obout
the Old Testoment to "discover her roots."
The only thing she remembered hod come
from o movie, "The Ten Commond-
ments," by Cecil B. DeMille.
The Lord blessed me becouse she hod o
heort, hungry for the Word. As the hours
possed, we discussed Genesis, Exodu
Abrohom, ond the Possover with its sig
nificonce to Eoster. My Old Testoment wc
coming in hondy olreody Cthonks, D
Mortyj. Since then, she hos osked me que
tions obout the virgin birth, the purpose 4
the crucifixion, why bod things hoppen t
good people, ond other meoty question
Every week, omidst the mony tosks ot m
PCM, Julio olwoys stresses thot we mu
tolk obout the Bible.
I hove been blessed with the tosk c
feeding o hungry soul os well os by mee
ing o new friend. She is helping me to to
obout my foith ond give my spirit releos
while she is being brought to o bett
understonding of our Lord.
This PCM hos given me visible proof o
how foithful the Lord is in onswerin
proyers, in o greoter woy thon I eve
dored imogine. Others ore being blesse
too. God did it in o simple, perfect woy.
one I would not hove plonned,
Story by Denise Denholm.
Sartor, Thomas Schmidt. Kathryn
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Canoga Paris, CA
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Pello, lA 50219
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At their Christmas party, ASP studentsjoin is singing the
carols of the season.
Even ASP students need to pay a school bill, here
Kelly Greenlee works in North Hall in order to retire
JoBeth Bronough tells of o prayer concern to her ASP
class, as the other students focus their ott her
G Pastor James Ford delivered the evening school C
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They come from the neighborhoods of
Chicago and the outlying suburbs. By car,
subway, and CTA bus - some even drive
those buses - the evening school student
arrives at MBI for two or three hours of
class. Unlike the average day student, their
school work represents a priority ranking
after family, employment and ministry. In
order to attend night school, the student
must sacrifice time and money, and find a
way to concentrate and study.
Pastor James Ford, day-school graduate,
teaches at evening school and pastors a
church. His exposure to the evening school
student has been as peer, professor, and
pastor. Pastor Ford explains the many ob-
stacles which an evening school student
must overcome. "The student must make
adjustments to reenter the academic en-
vironment after 10-25 years of absence.
Dealing with the strict academic regiment
of term papers, quizzes, and reading re-
ports is difficuIt," said Pastor Ford.
Evening schoolers take a different per-
Work: CTA bus driver
Work: Chicago teacher
Work: UIC student loans
Work: CHA legal dept.
Work: Quaker Oats
Work: U of l Hospital
162 ENLARGEMENT: EVENING SCHOOL
spective toward learning than day
schoolers. They view evening school as
something vital and necessary to their lifes-
tyle. "The night school student has had an
opportunity to flesh out the Christian life in
a work-a-day world," said Ford. "The day
school student is not as settled as to where
he wants to go and what he wants to do."
Furthermore, the evening schooler is more
practical in regard to his class subjects. His
main question is, "How do I take the Bible
and live it out on my job, with my family
and at my church."
The benefits of evening school are nu-
merous and diverse. The course work and
class environment help students to acquire
and develop ministry skills, set goals, im-
plement programs, and evaluate perfor-
mances. "The program allows students to
get ideas about how something is sup-
posed to be set up and implemented. lt
cultivates the skills God has give him."
Story by Paul Krause and Teresa
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Higher?" With o practical rhtrioset evening school
students register for classes that will equip them for
their present responsibilities in their churches
Evening School ' ' PHOTO JOUR AL
A Wesley Cobbs Chicago lL 60617
5035 W, Gladys Minsitry: Teacher, choir, deaconess.
Chicago lL 60644 A Renee McGee
Ministry: 5.5. teacher, Iayspeaker. 7957 S. Southshore
A Julius Jones Chicago IL
10045 5. Hoxie Ministry: 5,5 teacher, choir,
Chicago IL 60617 A Dorothy M. Snow
Ministry: Preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ, 12635 5. Eggleston
A Blanche Lewis Lee Chicago lL 60628
7931 5. Paxton Ministry: 5,S. admin., CE. director, Bible teacher.
A Carolyn Charlene Walker
5080 S. Justine
Chicago IL 60620
Ministry: Youth worker, CE. leadership,
A Essie White
240 W. 110th
Chicago IL 60626
Minsitryg 5.5. and mission teacher.
f re' iw
Pursue M.A. in Business Mngmt.
Potrick Anders-Church Music!
Pursue Church Music Leodership
Pursue: Youth work overseos
Pursue English,Counseling Degree
Julie Andrews-Bible Theology!
Pursue: Counseling! Discipleship
Timothy Asher-Bible Theology!
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Whot lessons hove l leorned from my
P.C.M. these post three yeors? I feel Lois
Cheney sums it up in o poem from her
God ls No Fool :
The oncient Hebrews were so tied by tro-
dition thot they couldn't recognize the Mes-
sioh when he wos right there in front of
ond he wos crucified.
The disciples, who wolked ond worked
with the Christ, were ofroid of him, they
hoped, but they olso doubted, ond they
ron thot night,
ond he wos crucified. I
The common people mobbed him,
Pursue: M.A. in Missions
Educotion ! Music
Pursue: Missions in Fronce
'lo-4 ENLABGEMENT: SENKDBS
showed him their sickness ond sores, ond
they threw them down on isle of polms for
him ond song to him,
ond he wos crucified.
His fomily wos emborrossed, ond stood
outside, ond wished he'd come home,
ond he wos crucified.
Would we crucify Jesus todoy? lt's not o
rhetoricol question for the mind to ploy
We ore eoch born with o body, o mind, o
ond o hondful of noils.
When o mon dies, no one hos ever found
ony noils left,
clutched in his honds
or stuffed in his pockets .
Whot lessons hove I leorned from i
P.C.M. these post three yeors? l've leorr
thot there ore myriods of people w
hove run out of noils, people who still ne
their lives filled. But mostly, l've come
understond thot in order to reoch so m
empty honds ond be used to fill so m
empty lives, my Procticol Christion Mini
connot be o commitment thot losts o
three hours o week, it must be one t
envelops every moment of my life.
Story by Eric Steinberg.
Pursue: Bible Translator-Tribal
Pursue: Latin American Missions
Jessamine Bartos-Christian Ed.
f Music CVoicej
Pursue: Foreign Missions - Asia
Pursue: French Missions
Pursue: C.E. Dir. of Camp
Beverly Beltran-Church Music
f Organ Emphasis
Pursue: Further Education
Pursue: Missions in Portugal
David Benware-Bible Theology
Pursue: President of MBI
Pursue: Study Photography
Melanie Bernard-Christian Ed.
X Music QOrgany
Pursue: Finish Degree
Pursue: Christian Ed. Director
The Senior Class ' ' PHOTO JOURNAL
' Kaye Ann Adams
3590 Rice Street
St. Paul MN 55112 - Chorale 1,25 Intramura
1,2,3: R.A. 3: Selah 2,3
- Kimberly K. Aden
N. 9611 Sundance Drive
Spokane WA 99208 -- Class treasurer 1,2: R.A.
- Patrick Bernard Anders
661 E. Browning
Fresno CA 93710
Men's Glee 1,2,3, President 3, His Ambassado
1,2, Messiah soloist 3.
' Bethene Ilene Anderson
1003 Pilot Ave.
Cherokee, lA 51012 - Intramurals 1,2,3: Fir A
mln. 27 R.A. 3.
' Norman Stanley Anderson
13920 W. 8th Ave.
Golden, CO 80401
- Joy Lynn Andrews
4487 Country Club Lane
Stow, OH 44224 - Intramurals 2.
' Julie Andrews
4487 Country Club Lane
Stow, OH 44224 - SMF 1.
' Theresa Aylworth
Room Supr. 2,3.
' Sandra Jean Bain
7 Lea Dr. N.
Kingstown, Rl 02852 - MBI Today 1,2,3, WMS
1,2,3: RACO 1.2.
' Janice Lee Bales
5324 Marion Ave.
Chattanooga, TN 37412
0 Vicki Ball
1895 E. Union Rd.
Jefferson, OH 44047 - Women's Glee 1: SM
Rep. 1: Prayer-N-Shore Rep. 2.
- Rebecca Sue Baron
Apda. 460, Cd. Satelite, Edo de Mexico, Mexic
R.A. 2,3: Intramurals 2,3: Womens Glee 1.
- Jessamine Ai Lin Baftos
24953 Chase Dr.
N. Olmsted, OH 44070
Flr Opn Hse Chair. 1: Flr Spirituol Chair. 2.
' Thomas M. Basset
Andalusia, IL 61232 - Intramurals 1,2.
0 Andrew John Beaty
Pontiac, IL 61764 -- Intramurals 1,2,3: Men's Cale
Hudsonville, Ml 49426 - Intramurals 1: Dn 'Beverly Liza Beltran
CPO 79, Lock Bax 10060
Chicago, IL 60610 - Intramurals 1: Organ Guild
- Judith Bennett
30 Carline Dr.
Billerica, MA 01821
' David Paul Benware
3439 Martha St.
Highland, IN 46322
Intramurals 1,2,3, V President 3: Welcome Week
2: Varsity Basketball 1,2,3.
- Alan Wayne Berg
9202 Evergreen Dr.
Wonder Lake, IL 60097
Stu Co Rep. 3.
' Jennifer Lynne Bergonn
RR. 31, Box 20
Chatfield, MN 55923
0 Melanie Jay Bernard
428 Thunderbird Trail
Coral Stream, IL 60188
R.A. 2,3: Women's Glee 3: Organ Guild 1,2,3:
' Robin Lee Billow
6758 S. Karlov
Chicago, IL 60629
Pursue: Elementary Ed. Degree
Pursue: Short Term to lndia
Pursue: Kindergarten Teacher
Pursue: M.A. in Counseling
Pursue: Missions in Alaska
Theology f Greek
John Buchta-Pastoral Training f
Karen Buck-Bible Theology f
Pursue: Nursing Degree
Pursue: Degree in Journalis
Gary Buell-Sacred Mu
The Senior Class ' ' PI-IOT0 JOUR AL
U - Becky Bocnuk
1607 W. 7th St.
Floor Council 1,25 Women's Glee 8.
' Christina Boerema
7100 W. 94th St.
Oak Lawn, iL 60453
Floor Council 23: intramu
rals 2: Orataria 1: Orgar
v Rosemary Margaret Bohn
R.R.a1'1, Box 60
Brewster, MN 56119
0 Karen Bliesner
3603gJuanita Ln. Appieton. Wi 54911
Intramurals 1,207 Selah Drama 23: Brof5is Rep
1,35 Assist. R.A. 3: Women's Guild 1,2,8.
' Scott Borg
1801 S. 58th Ct.
Cicero, lL 60650
' Julie Marie Brasfield
550 E. Horny
Hazel Park, Ml 48030
Moody Student Feature E
0: Norwegian Studies 2.3.
166 ENLARGEMENT: SENIORS
ditor 2: Welcome Week
'Janelle Ruth Brask
RR. 31, Box 140
Frederic, Wl 54837
MBI Today 2: Moody Student 1: Senior Ensemble
3: PMA. S.
1 Karen Buck
556 Thunderbird Trall
Carol Stream, lL 60168
tntramurals 1: Floor Councit 1,2: Women's Glee
' Ann Margret Bucy
1447 N. Broadway
Springfield, MO 65802
STUCO Rep-Chairman of Publicity Com, 1: EPIC
Publicity Chairman 1,25 Editor-in-Chief Moody Stu-
dent 3: Welcome Week 3: MBI Today 2: Moody
Student Writer 2.
- Kimm Yvonne Bulkley
4160 E, 115th Pl.
Thornton, CO80260 .
lnteramurals 1: Floor Social Rep. 1: Women's Glee
' Catherine Lynn Buresh
1 Mile Rd.
' Robert W. Burns
205 Mantle Ln.
Carol Stream, IL 60188
Class Chairman 1,3.
- Jean-Luc T. Calixte
Monplaisir Sainte-Rose 971 15
French West Indies '
Varsity Soccer 1,20
- Deanna Carlock
RR. 32, Box 102
Gilsan, lL 61406
WMSR 2.8: MBI Today 2.3: Bookstore helper. :
1 Diane Christine Carr
3610 N. Cicero Ave.
Chicago, lL 60641
Keywest Spring Break 1,2: Candlelight Carols
Make-up Crew 1,2,3.
f Michael Joseph Carr
0610 N. Cicero Ave. KB
Chicago, lL 60641
' Timothy Allen Christiansen
201 N. Orange St.
Port Jervis, NY 12771
Seniors ' ' Class of 1 988
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"Hellol My nome is Louro ond this is
nny. We ore with Chosen People Min-
ries. This ofternoon we ore conducting o
irvey in your neighborhood, mode up of
enerol religious questions. We ore very
terested in heoring your religious opin-
"l'm Jewish." We were not ot oll sur-
rised to leorn thot our contocts were Jew-
w, for we purposely ministered door-to-
or in Jewish communities. Our worls in-
lved on intensive effort to reoch Jewish
eople with the messoge thot Messioh hos
omel His nome is Yeshuo Oesusj.
STEP. CSummer Troining ond Evonge-
am Progromj is Chosen People Ministries'
method for teoching men ond women
ow to witness to Jewish people so thot
iey in turn con educote others. When we
were not porticipoting in evongelism, we
were speolsing in churches, mode up of
Gentile believers, troining them concerning
Jewish sensitivities to the gospel. One en-
couroging exomple of how God wos using
our ministry in the churches wos when o
young womon gove o testimony os to
whot she hod leorned. She soid, Qon the
verge of teorsj "All my life my fother told
me to hote the Jewish people becouse
they lailled Christ! I found out tonight thot he
wos very wrong."
I om o Jewish Studies mojor. The verse
thot wos instrumentol in my choosing this
mojor wos Romons 11:11, My life in
Yeshuo Ho Moshioh QJesus the Messiohj is
to drive the Jewish people tojeolousyl The
joy ond hope thot I hove wos mode pos-
sible through the redemptive worls of the
Messioh of lsroel. All men wontjoy,
During o tore opportunity visiting on or-
thodox Robbi, my portner oslsed if he
could reod o portion of Scripture, The Psobbi
ogreed to listen. My portner proceeded to
reod without noming the bools. When the
Robbi wos oslsed whot he thought obout
whot wos reod, he responded, "Thot is
bosic Christionityf' My portner hod been
reoding from lsoioh 5CJl H
There ore mony Jewish people woiting
to heor the truth! "My heort's desire ond
my proyer to God for lsroel is for their
solvotion Cllomons 1O:1j." Boruch Hobo bo
Shem Adonoil Clllessed is he who come in
the nome of the Lord.j
Story by Louro Mortin.
Pursue: Business Degree
Pursue: Foreign Missions
Pursue: Urbon Ministries
Pursue: Further Educotion
Pursue: Church Internship
Theology f Greek
Robert Burns-Postorol Troining
Pursue: Educotion f Postorote
Joseph Connon-Bible Theology
Pursue: Work in Rodio Stotion
Michoel Cort-Postorol Troining
Wendy Chisholm-Bible Theology f
Pursue: Seminory Educotion O T
Dee Clork-Christion Educotion
Pursue Teoch elementory school
Pursue: Church plonting mission
Pursue: short term missions
Pursue: degree, tribol missions
Seniors ' ' Class of 1988
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Going to Poris, Fronce wos o dreom
come true. The thought of the Eiffel Tower
in the moonlight, set deep within the so-
phisticoted city sent visions of glomour roc-
ing through my mind, Then, os I stepped
off the plone, the cold roiny weother be-
gon to slowly wosh owoy my dreoms. The
city wos now like ony other: busy ond filled
with needy people.
The missionories l worked with through
TEAM Uhe Evongelicol Allionce Missionj,
helped me come to o bosic understonding
of the French people. They olso gove me o
toste of the reol French life, These privote,
independent beings rorely occept new
people. Reoching the isoloted French
seemed like on impossibility.
Studies - Greek
Pursue: Mosters degree
Pursue: Youth Ministry
Pursue: Nursing degree
Troining f Greek
Pursue: Bible teocher
168 ENLARGEMENT: SEIXHORS
As o teom, we hod the opportunity to
work with eight different Churches ond the
chonce to live doily with the people in our
hosting homes. We worked with the chil-
dren of the city who lived in the surround-
ing oportment complexes, ond gove our
testimonies in Church ond home meetings.
These meetings olso gove us time to on-
swer questions obout Americo, os well os
time to tolk with personol contocts.
The most effective evongelistic method
used wos person to person. We were oble
to reoch the people os our French coun-
terports brought their unsoved fomilies ond
friends to the churches. The young people
of the country chollenged us with their
philosophicol questions obout the United
Stotes. The people, os o whole, we
drown to the music ond dromo whit
ployed o key role in our ministry,
Though there were mony borriers, e
peciolly longuoge borriers, God strengt
ened our group ond helped us to develc
unity in diversity, The unity of our grot
mode o profound impoct on the Frent
people, for they hod the unusuol oppc
tunity of seeing complete strongers wot
ing together. The most effective testimor
we could hove given wos showing the:
people the unique possibility of uni
omong believers with o common bond. ,
Story by Phyllis Schorr.
Pursue: Mission field
Timothy Dearborn-Bible -
Theology f Bible
Pursue: BA degree, missions
Michael DeKay-Pastoral f Greek
Pursue: Marriage, career
Aaron DeNeui-Pastoral! Greek
Pursue: Church planting
Pursue: Rural church planting
Sam Dodd-Pastoral f Greek
Pursue: Engineering, seminary
Pursue: Degree, writing
The Senior Class ' ' PI-IOT0 JOURNAL
' Diane Kay Clark
9411 Forrest Drive
Highland lN 46322 F- Intramurals 1,2,3: Senio
Ensemble 3: StuCo Rep 3.
' Paul Thomas Clark
1604 S. 50th Ave.
Cicero ll. 60650 -- MSF Committee 3.
' Lisa G. Cleveland
442 Russell Ave.
Winthrop Harbor, lL 60096 - lntramurals 1: Bi
BrofBig Sis 1,2, Friends of Cabrini 3.
' Christopher Allen Clinch
326 Main St. Calais ME 04619 - lntromurals 1,2,3
' James Lionel Coffman
752 Pruitt Dr,
Madeira Beach FL 33708
- Lisa Lynne Coffman
0211 W. Brush
German Valley lL 61039
f Claressa Jean Cole
Flushing Ml 48433 - lntramurais 1,41 Women'
Guild 1-4: Senior Ensemble 4,
' Brenda Ellen Combs
919 Maple Ave.
Findlay OH 45840
lntramurals 1.23: MBI Today 23: R.A. 3. 0 Timoth
820 N. LaSalle
Chicago IL 60610
I Todd Crouse
1254 Lancaster Ave.
Columbia PA 17512
lntramurals 1,2,3g Mime Team 2,3
- Robert Paul Dages
312 Davis Rd.
Havertown PA 19083
SMF 1: StuCo 2: X-Country 2.
' James Daughtry
8455 5. Kenneth
Chicago lL 60652
Prayer Focus leader 2,3: StuCo rep 3.
v Timothy R. Dearborn
702 Joliet Rd.
Marquette Hts lL 61554
Big Btojbig Sis 1,2,3g Prayer Focus 3.
' Michael Eldon DeKay
BLR. 41, Hyde Park
Ontario CAN NOM-120
- Aoron DeNeul
1614 51st St.
Cicero lL 60650
Cabrini tutoring 3.
' Bruce Albert DeVries
145 Peterson Path
Marshfield MA 02050
Intramurals 1,35 Men's Glee 2: Pre-Av 1.
0 William H. Dipple I
2326 Jersey Ridge Rd.
Davenport lA 52803
Men's Glee 1,3
1 Wayne Louis Downen
RAR. itf7, Rock Run Dr
Joliet lL 60436
Men's Glee 1,2,8.
1 Kristie Joy Duden
1048 Fairway Terrace
MBI Today 2,3: ARCH 3: Moody Student 3.
' James Easter
1450 St. 61 S.
N, Fairfield OH 44855
Moody Student 12.3.
James Easter-Bible Theology f
Pursue: Missions in E. Africa
Education f Music f Organ
Pursue: Church Music Ministry
John Emmons-Pastoral Training
Pursue: M.Div.g Psychology Ph.D.
Ministries f Aviation
Pursue: Foreign Missions
Pursue: Int'l students ministry
David R. Fleming-
Communications f Broadcasting
David W. Fleming-Bible
Pursue: Missions in Mexico
Pursue: Overseas Radio Station
Training f Christian Education
Edith French-Church Music f
Pursue: Church Music Ministry
Mrs Jonathan fPameIaj Egeler
2011 Ridgefield Rd
Johnson City TN 37601
Married Student Fellowship 1 2 His Ambassadors
1 2 CCaptotn 21
Janice Grace Ehrhardt
390 Parkside Ct
Coprague NY 11726
Women s Glee 1 2 Glee Exec 2 Intramurals
1 2 3 R A 3
' John Emmons
8354 Rexford St
Venturo CA Band 1 2 3 Senior Class Vice
Timothy Duane Erteau
612 3rd St
Oconto Wt 54153
Intramurals 1 2 3 SMF Rep 1 2 MBI Today 2 3
Aviation Club 1 2 CJ
Deborah Jean Fish
6017 St Johns Ave
Edina MN 55424
Floor Administration 1 Intramurals 1 2 8 R A 2 3
S O S Team 1
David Walter Fleming
4007 Shoals Dr
Olsemos Ml 48864 Intramurals 1 2 3
' Liana Forrer
Senior Class ' ' PHOTO JOURNAL
intramural 1 Senior Ensemble 3
Rebekah Catherine Frantz
9395 Bennett Lalse Rd
Fenton Ml 48430 Christian Education Major
Pursue Teach in MK school overseas
Steven Mtchael Freitag
R R 615 Box 18
Delavan WI 53115 Intramural 1 2 3 STUCO CJ
Edith Ann French
158 Carltng Rd
Rochester NY 14610
P O Box 475
Inkom ID 83245 Floor Council 1 Intramurals
1 2 3
Charles Edward Fry
13 Altff Ln
St Albans WV 25177
Arttst for The Arch 1 Intramurals 1 2 R A 2
Churchill Cartoonist 3
1046 W Ridge Rd
Elizabethtown PA 17022 Moody Chorale CJ
Philip H Gagltardr
5813 Rognar Dr
Chattanooga TN 37343
International Ministries Major Pursue European
Gretchen Louise Getztnger
Floor Social Rep 2 Epic 1 2 3 STUCO Election
Committee 2 Candleltght Carols 2 Welcome
Week 2 3
Karen Lynette Geyman
2824 Treetop Ln
West Linn OR 97068
STUCO 2 C3 Intramurals 1 2 3 MBI Today 2 3 Floor
Council 1 2
Kenneth Richard Gibbs
1055 Susttna Dr
Wasilla AK 99667
Kirk Anthony Gliebe
3233 Hoen Ave
Santa Rosa CA 95405 Class President 1 Men s
Kenneth Eugene Gruber
R D 51 Box 255
Bainbridge PA 17502 Candlellght Carols 1
Norman L Hansen
934 Bowling Green Rd
Homewood IL 60430 Band 1 2 3 Intramurals
1 2 3
Mary Elizabeth Harnes
793 Forest Ave
Des Plaines IL 60018 Intramurals 1 SMF Rep
1 2 3 Oratoria 3
170 ENLARCBEMENTY SENIORS
Semors ' ' Class of 1988
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"Love is potient, love is kind . . Sweet
ords, yet tough os noils. While in college,
met ct young mon whom God used to
lp me understond these words. Spirit-
lly, he wos like 0 kid with o runny nose
d scroped knees. He wos dirty, yet his
ort wos teochoble. He wonted me to
isciple" him. I hod little desire to be with
m. ln my selfishness, l did not wont to be
terrupted by someone who needed love
Wd help . . . often ot the most inconven-
We got together weekly, to tolk obout
e ond to communicote our foith with
'her college students. During these times,
e olso osked mony questions.
"I hove o crush on this girl, whot do I
D?" "l'm hoving trouble loving my fomily:
how is it done?" "My wolk with God is
soggy cornflokes. Whot's wrong with me?"
After o while, o funny thing hoppened to
me. my view of "regimented discipleship"
went out the window ond wos reploced
by love. Before, he hod been my project.
Now I wonted to give my life to him, We
were becoming close friends. With friend-
ship comes tronsporency. I wos not ofroid
to soy, "Scott , . . l'm chewing on coffee
grounds in my wolk with God. Got ony
We begon to give to eoch other ond
wolk life together, We spent time drinking
coffee ot "Dwights," comping, wolking,
pulling off jokes, loughing ond whotever
else come olong,
Love is tough os noils. Yet God hos be-
gun to show me thot love is the heort of
ministry, My life is much more colorful be-
couse of my good friend Scott. All I wont to
do for the rest of my life is to wolk with God
ond give my life to more people like Scott.
Story by Chuck Fry.
Two "professionals" meet to discuss ond demonstrote
the use of vorious gestures in conversotionol com-
Pursue: Youth Ministry
Pursue: Use Art in Missions
Pursue: Chonge the World
Pursue: Foreign Missions
Pursue: Serve the Lord wf Dromo
Mt 3 ,
Pursue: Notive Americon Mission
Kirk Gliebe-Jewish Studies
Pursue: Jewish Evongelism
Kenneth Gruber-Bible Theology
Educotion f Youth
Pursue: Youth Ministry
Pursue: Teoching Overseos
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Something unexpected happened to me
when I came to MBI. I lost my heart. lt wasn't
to some tall, sweet-talking Moody man, nor
was it misplaced under the stacks of papers
and other rubble on my desk. I lost my heart
to a group of junior high girls from a housing
project on Chicago's Near West Side. I'm not
sure how it happened or exactly when, but it
did. From all realms of human logic it was an
unlikely match, but then again, love is not in
the realm of human logic.
I was scared and excited on that first day
of my PCM assignment. I took a deep breath
and walked into my class of eight black,
junior high girls. I told myself there was no
reason to be scared. I had the answers they
were looking for, and by the end of the
school year, they would be excited, growing
To my surprise, that was the day I got my
first lesson in humility. My white, middle-class
George Harp III-Bible
Theology f Greek
Pursue: Degree in Education
Pursue: Foreign Missions
Theology f Theology
Pursue: Cross-cultural Missions
Pursue: Short Term in Japan
Joanne Hooker-Church Music f
Pursue: Finish Degree
Dave Horbus-Bible Theology
Pursue: Open Air Evangelism
Pursue: Open Air Evangelism
Theology f Theology
172 ENLAPIGEMENT: SENIORS
upbringing created a wall I had never en-
countered before. I made many mistakes
that first year. I think those kids taught me
more than I taught them. As I got to know
"my girls" a little better, I developed a great
respect for them. That respect evolved into
admiration: that admiration grew into gen-
Despite all the frustrations of that first year I
went back. I was able to stay with the same
girls as the year before. That year I began to
pray about the possibility of serving the peo-
ple of the inner city. I'm a senior, and I am
back again at the same PCM assignment. I'm
considered a veteran club leader, but l've
only begun to scratch the surface with these
girls. I will leave MBI with a diploma in Chris-
tian Education. That's not all l'Il leave with.
I'm going on to a fulltime PCM assignment in
the very place I first started. l've had the
great privilege of studying under many great
men and women of God, and my mind h
been enriched. I look back on my Mooc
experience and see a different set of teac
ers who taught me too, They don't lot
scholarly, but they have taught me life fro
a different perspective. I-low much mo
practical can a Practical Christian Ministry A
Story by Stephanie Watson.
Burning out: Keith Nick naps at the keyboard.
The Senior Class ' ' PI-IGTO
- George D. Harp, lll
24430 Morgan St.
Block Diamond, WA 98010 - Intramurals 1,2,3
DkroomfMoody Student 2.
' Rebecca Lynn Harris
102 E. Santa Fe
Marion, KS 66661 - Floor Admin. 1,25 lntramural
1,2,3q Tutoring 1: RA. 3
- Susan Morie Horshbarger
P.O. Box 180
Ellenton, FL 34222 - Cheerleading Coach 3, Bi
Brofliig Sis 1,2,3: Intramurals 1,2,3.
' William Brian Hatters
22 W, 220 Thorndale
Medinah, lL 60157 - lnrramurals 2.
v Tammy Lea Hauge
5. lnt'l Falls, MN 56679
Communications Major, Pursue: Career in 'l'.V. Broa
costing. lnrramurals 1,2,3.
' Tracey Dawn Hawkes
10130 Pulbrook Rd.
Windsor, Ont. Canada NSR 1C1
Women's Glee 2.
' Dawn Michelle Holshoe
Belmont, Ml 49306
SMF Rep. 1.
' Joanne Elizabeth Hooker
Belmont, Ontario Canada NoL 1130
Concert Band 1,2,3, Exec 2: Student Conductor 3
Oratorio 1,2,3: Organ Guild 3.
v Dave Horbus
17400 Lee Rd
Fr, Myers: Fl.
' Janet L. Hornemann
1140 N. LaSalle Dr. 8711
Chicago, lL 60610
- Jurgen Hornemonn
77 Kamm Ave.
South River, NJ 08682
' Mark Hufen
1704 72nd St.
Kenosha, Wl 53140
Communications Major, Pursue: Missions to Comm
Bicycle Club 3.
0 Jeffrey Scott Hyma
222 74th St.
South Haven, Ml
0 Jefi Ingersoll
RR. 6, Box 28
Elkhorn, W! 53121
Intramurals 1,2,3y Chorale 12,31 Social Rep 3: Chair
Music f Voice
Pursue: Finish Degree
Gregory James-Bible Theology
Julia James-Church Music f
Pursue: Finish Degree
Pursue: Tribal Work in SE Asia
Pursue: Tribal Worls in SE Asia
Training f Greek
Debbie Kolne-Church Music f
Pursue: Foreign Missions
Pursue: South American Missions
man JSB 2: Senior Ensemble Dlrecta 31 Floor Council
' Julio Rachel James
2314 W. 74th St.
Prairie Village, KS 66206
Concert Band 1,2,3, Exec. 2,3
- Peggy Marvel ne Janofski
cfo Jim Miller
P.O. Box 248
Woxhaw, NC 26173
Married StudentsExec Committee 2.
' Philip Lynn Janofski
cfo Jim Miller
P.O. Box 246
Waxhaw, NC 28173
Married Students-Exec Committee 2.
' Debbie Kalne
2910 Brown Rd. NE
Salem, OR 97305
lnrramurals 1,2,3: Selah 2.
' Guillermo Elias Katz
P.O. Box 182
Skokie, IL 60076
' Rachel Ann Kendal
1055 Reaser Ln:
Ramona, CA 92065
SMF Rep. 2, Floor Council.
Training f Christian Education
Pursue: Northwestern Univ.
Communications f Broadcasting
Pursue: Use AV Skills in Evang.
Training f Greek
Michael Krogman-Bible Theology
Pursue: Degree From MBI
John Lampe-Bible Theology f
Pursue: B.A. Degree
Gary Leden-Bible Theology f
Jin Lee-Pastoral Training f
Theology f Bible
The Senior Class ' ' PHOTO JOUR AL
- Michael Stuart Klng l Jewish Studies Major: Pursue: Pastor of local deal
31500 Burlwood Dr.
Solon, OH 44139 .
ministry before going to lsreal.
- Melvin C. Lawson ,
' V,Presldenr1: V.P. STUCO 1: President STUCO'2p 9308 SQ 80th Ct. J
Vollyball Club 1,25 intramural 1.23: WMBI Em- Hickory Hills, ll 60457
playee 3. .
' Jay Allen Lindstrom
' James David Kline 2500 S. Lyon
1.5016 w, tam st. mi: . g Sioux ary, IA 51 tae g .
'Cicero lL60650 Z ' Intramurals 1.23: Basketball Team 123: JrQ Class
Pastoral TroiningfGre-ek Major, Pursue: Seminary. President 2, P-ACO President 3.
0 Merry Carol Kolarek
4804 Edgar Rd.
V. Ellicott City, MA 210432
" I April Kord'
1249 S. 49th Ct.
Cicero, lL 60650
SMF Rep, 1: Intramurals 3.
-1 Jeffrey Neal Kreider, V
4079 Northampton Rdff 'J
Cuyahoga Falls, 44223
0 Michael Douglas Krogman
. 208 Roundup Ave.
. ,Newcastle,..WY 82701 -
. lntramuralSO1,8. I
' Jack Kurtz
2408 S. Lombard
Berwyn, lL 60402
174 ENL ABCSEMENT: SENIOBS
- Renee Dawn Lineburg
Hammond, IN 463524 .:.
Chorale 1,2.0: STUCO Rep. 1: lntramurals' 2.3:
Devoted Basketball tan 1,2,3.
' Ronald Dale Lineburg
Hammond, lN 46324 A
Bible Theology Major: Pursue: Degree.
0 Shawn Dale Loewen
PMR. 2, Box 25
Burnet, TX 78611
Mens Glee 1,2: Men's Glee Secretary 2: Cheer-
leading 2,31 Sr Ensemble 3. ' A A
- Kimberly Ann l-lawkonsen Lasos
3346 N. Paris
Chicago, IL 60604
' Jennifer Sue Lott
902 E. Adams
Washington, lL 61571
' Julie Ann Lundgren
RR. 1, Box 153-A
Coleman, Wl 54112
lntramurlas 1,3g Women's Giee 2,3, Floor Admin
2: RA. 0. O'O' fn
- Sonja Denise Magnuson
0441 County Rd 100
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
SMF Secretary. 1,25 Evangelism Awareness Week
involvement: SMF Vice-President 0: 50,5 Liberia
Team 2, f
' Joy Rebecca Marks
1100 N. LoSolle 93187
Chicago, IL 60610
0 Amy Marsh
RJR, 2, Box 59
Winnebago, MN 56096
- Jacqueline Tracy Marshall
23626 Stonehenge '
Novi, Ml 48050 ' O
International Ministries, Pursue:
Chorale 1,2.3: Jr. Exec,
945 ,."'f?f1?r.1rQsi!.-Siriiiiifir 'fre lsflfr if-iris: M ifiw sxwier- r: :- QH4frsbgg-q- K h w y - -erg- g,g: q,s:,srQ s,ff,
As I mode my woy up the stoirwoy to
e Iorge 747, I couldnt believe the doy
d octuolly orrived when I would be go-
to Europe! Although I hod never flown
fore nor even crossed o time zone line, l
os obout to emborls on o ten hour jour-
ey thot would tolse me ocross eight of
rose lines ond set me down in the beou'
ul yet distont country of Sweden,
My IGOYTN consisted of eight members,
reso Stirewolt ond Kerri Bolser were closs-
otes from Moody, ond soon the others
'rented lilse old friends too We were dis'
tched under the ouspices of Crreoter Euv
pe Mission to spend neorly eight weelss
assisting the missionories ot the Scondino-
on Bible Institute in Soffle, Sweden
'ronounced "set-lo", not rhyming with
Although our supervisor, Joe King, could
not meet us ot the oirport, he did send on
outline of the toslss he wonted us to com
plete thot summer, ond this time he wosn't
"Jolsing"l After recovering from syllobus
shocls, we unpoclsed our bogs in our new
home, or "Iittle inte hus" os we coiled it,
ond went directly to worli I
Our responsibilities included cleoning the
monor house ond the dorms, which were
now being used to house tourists, weeding
the gordens, ond helping in the kitchen,
The two moles on our teom 'helped Joe
build o mochine shed
Morning worls wos interrupted only for
filso Qcoffee breolsj ot 10.30, but when
ofternoon orrived oll physicol worls wos put
oside os our teom regrouped to worls long
hours perfecting our songs ond slsits for the
dinner theoter we were to perform on the
weekends. On Thursdoy ofternoons we
crowded into the monstrous, blue pile of
junls which wos our primory source of trons-
portotion ond heoded for o compground
two miles down the rood to poss out flyers
which invited the compers to our progrom,
Crowds did not surge to our doorstep,
but every weels someone did orrive, ond
by the end of the summer, eoch of us hod
the chonce to tolls obout our foith with ot
leost one unsoved Europeon. Although we
didnt sporls o revivol, we did plont o seed.
Whois more, we leorned o greot deol, As
o teom, we leorned to shore our worls, We
discovered the benefits of encourogement
ond the volue of tollsing our problems out.
You osls if I would return? Just give me o
Story by Jennifer Bergen.
Troining f Greek
Pursue: Stort A Fomily
Pursue: Childbirth Educotor
Pursue: TeochfCooch HS Students
Renee Lineburg-Bible Theology f
Pursue: Teoch Eng. to Muslims
Kim Losos-Christion Educotion
Pursue: Church Involvement
Pursue: Missions in S. Africo
Joy Morks-Bible Theology f
Pursue: Support Husbond in Sem
Q 0 5 88
It wos o worm, roiny night olong the
shores of Loke Boloton, locoted in Hungory.
We were performing on o busy wolking
street olong the shore, We hod just finished
our lost set of mimes, ond we hod o curious
group of onlookers woiting to speok with
eoch one of us. We split up ond tolked to
obout five people eoch.
This night, o Hungorion girl in her lote
teens trcnsloted for me. But before she
would interpret, she fired o borroge of
questions ot me such os, "Why did you
come to my country? Did you come out of
curiosity, or for pleosure? Or did you come
I replied, "We come here for you ond
your people, to present o messoge which
hos chonged our lives in o tremendous
woy ond to offer you the some chonce to
heor the messogef' This led into o con-
versotion with her ond her friends obout
Louro Mortin-Jewish ond
Modern lsroel Studies
Pursue: Chosen People Ministry
Educotion f Music
Troining f Christion Educotion
Pursue: Single Porent Ministry
Educotion f Bible Theology j Greek
Troining f Greek
Pursue: Refined Thinking
Rick McNoIly-Bible Theology f
Troining f Greek
George Mendes-Bible Theology f
Pursue: Choploincy in U.S. Novy
Ren Merry-Church Music f
Pursue: Music Ministry NE Indio
Pursue: Josioh Ministries
176 ENLARGEMENT: SENIORS
Her questions sent my mind reeling bock
to just o few weeks before. I hod listened
intently to o missionory in Poris tell me
motivotions for church plonting in Fronce,
He sold God must be the first stimuloting
influence in o person's life.
These conversotions mode me think
obout my reosons for going to Europe,
Whot wos motivoting me to go to the
mission field? The noble purpose of world
evongelisnn, the tremendous needs of the
world, or simply becouse of Christ's com-
mond to go ond moke disciples of oll no-
In recent yeors l've heord missions
speokers ond postors moke emotionol op-
peols to join the couse of World Evonge-
Iizotion. I remember them soying, "You
must give yourself to the couse in some
woy becouse milions of people ore going
to o Christless eternity, if you don't q
involved, mony more will perish!"
I sow through these sincere but mon
ulotive colls to missions. They tried to
fluence me to go to the mission field out
guilt ond pity for the perishing. But if I wrj
to go to serve Christ out of pity, my
tivotion would be purely on o horizont
humon level. No one oppreciotes pity IJ
couse it puts them on on inferior level, o
the one pitying becomes the superior.
God needs to be the primory influen
in our lives to spur us on to the mission fie
All other reosons must be secondory. Or
by looking to Christ con He give us the pc
motivotion to serve Him. If we hove
inword eyes looking to Christ, we'Il be o
to minister the woy He wonts us to. Je:
soid, "Come, follow me, ond I will mo
you fishers of men."
Story by Todd Crouse.
.,., S it
Michelle Miller-Bible Theology
Pursue: Education in Counseling
Pursue: Youth Ministry
Pursue: Missions in Argentina
Masatomo Morita-.Iewish and
Modern Israel Studies
Deborah Murphy-Bible Theology f
Pursue: Degree in Nursing
Pursue: Missions in Asia
Denise Muston-Church Music
Pursue: Music Ministries
Mary Neff-Bible Theology f
Pursue: Degree f Flight Attendant
Senior Class ' ' PHOTO JOURNAL
I Laura Lenee Martin f Ren Merry Warsaw, IN 46550
R.R. 31, Box 271 Etsuchukho Colony Varsity Soccer Team 1,25 STUCO Rep. 2.
Shannon, IL 61078 Wokho Nagaland, India 79711 0 Sharon Lea Morris
Intramurals 1,2,3. Intramurals: Band. ON 071 Myrtle
0 Rebekah Jean Martin ' Michael Warren Mertens Winfield, IL 60190
35 N. Caroline St. 5810 Keith Rd. Women's Glee 1,2.
Crystal Lake, IL 60014 Jupiter, FL 33458 ' Caroline Moutz
Women's Glee 1,2,3. Rene 1.2: STUCO Class Rep. 3. R.R. 4, Box 194
0 Kenneth Bruce Mayne f Erika Metzler Birdsboro, PA 19505
371 Green Hill Dr. P.O. Box 576 Women's Glee 2: Intramurals 3.
Tallmodge, OH 44278 Lancaster, PA 17603 - Deborah Susan Murphy
Men's Glee 1,2: Intramurals 3: Floor Social Rep. 3. International Ministries Major: Pursue: Ministry R.R. 1, Box 133A
' Karen McClellan overseas. Nice's Hollow Road
8910 S. Parnell Chorale 1,2: SMF Rep. 3. Jersey Shore, PA 17740
Chicago, IL60620 ' Michelle Yvonne Miller Chorale 2,-3.
Pray-o-Shore Coordinator 1. 1327 Countryside Circle - Michael Musser
0 Christopher Scott Mcl-Iugh Hartville, OH 2655 Brooklyn Rd.
P.O. Box 80366 Women's Glee 3. Mercersburg, PA 17236
Conyers, GA 30207 ' Timothy Harold Miller - Denise .Iune Muston
EPIC 2: Audio-Visual Dept. 1,2,3: Physics Club 1: 834 Rutts Rd. 6823 Childsdole NE
Intramurals 1,2,3. Elizabethtown, 17022 Rockford, Ml 49341
- Kenneth Wayne McPherson Intramurals 1,2,3: Soccer Team 1,2. Chorale 1,2,3: Chorale Exec. f Librarian 3.
9721 Lou Ann Ave. 0 Neil Montgomery 0 Mary Neff
, Riverview, FL 33569 320 Soutneress Dr. 318 Heather Ave.
0 George James Mendes London, Ontario Canada N61 1N-4 Groysloke, IL 60030
12 Sheridan PI. Intramurals 1,2,3: Cheerleading 2: Sehlah 1,2. Concert Band 1: Intramurals 1,2,3: Floor Council 3.
Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 ' Arthur Lawrence Moran
Military Prayer Focus Leader 2. R.R. 8, Box 100
Terry Neff Jr.-Christian
Keith Nick-Bible lhreologyf
Pursue: Inner City Ministry
Radio f T. V. Broadcasting
Pursue: Drama f Youth Ministry
Eric Olsen ll-Broadcastingf
Pursue: Broadcasting Ministry
Pursue: leach on Mission Field
Pursue: Ministry with Hispanics
Training f Christian Education
Pursue: Grad. School
Theology f Bible
' Terry W. Neff Jr.
318 lieatlier Ave
' Valerie E. Niclssic
5871 Roosevelt St
Merrillville, IN -10410
0 Lee Oestry
5 S 225 Fagle
Naperville, ll. 60540 A '
Intramurals 12,51 Usher wfArrihassadors 2 yrs, Cap
tion 1 yr.
v Eric K. Olsen, Il, V A g
Volleyball Club 1,21 trrtrrtrnurals 2,3g -MIMF learn
1,2,3g RACO 2.
' David Olsen
- P.O. Box 671.
McNaughton, Wi 5-1543
' Bruce Charles Olszewslrt
834 South Austin
Oak Park, Il. 60004 I V '
Married S. F. Fxec. 1,'2,i3p Pray U Care 123.
' Andres Gregorio Panasiuk
m Doulogne Sur Mer 605 U - . . , .V
' 517663 labladci, Buenos Aires, Rep Argentina
Vice President SMF 2, latin American Prayer Focus
- Richard Kent -Parkinson.
178 l7Nl.ARGFMENli SENICDRS
Senior Class ' ' PHOTO JOURNAL
Box 591, R R A41
tlian, NY 13351
KA 1,25 Gospel Glove Maker 2
' Darrell Mark Patterson
1211 I 10th St
Duluth, MN 55605
lritrartturals 12,137 SIULO V Preslrierwt 3, Assist RA.
' Lana Patterson
D219 W. 30th St.
' Robert Patterson, Jr.
5219 W 30th St.
' Edwin E. Paulauski, lr.
1-14 Greenway Dr.
Bloomingdale, Il 60108
Renee 12 tan Band 23 lr Class Cha' llang Bi
, r I - D
BrofSis Dlrerror 3, llr Spiritual Dir 2
- Abel Pena
1056 Fourth Ave. ,
Chula VislO, CA 9201 1
' Greg Penn
Douglas Island Bible Church
2Y7O David St. .
luneau, AK 99801
Intramurals 1,2,3g Crossfrountry Club 2.
- Justine Faye Peterson
2805 l ee' Dr, '
Ur tlwt afield, CA 93304
SMI Rep 1,25 Spiritual lnrtrliriwnt Cfuurd 2, ivan-
ryalisrn Awareness lash lorce 213, Muslim Prayer lo
cus 1,235 Ustterette Caridleitrjlrt Carols and launders
' April Joy Pilditch
13820 Arlington Ave
lort Wayne, IN 116807
Wornen'sClee 1,?,3, lntrattiurals 1,235 llilftlllllllfllh 1 lr
' Beth Ann Pitton
5114 I Southern Ave M157
Mesa, A! 63204
I-It Council 1, 'RACO 2,33 imitating 1.28.
' lanet Ruth Pollard
1092 Daririavent Dr
lletrriitage, IN 31070
Intramurals 1,Q,3, Womens Cttee 1.2.3-
' Martha Elena Polo Castellanos
Miguel Salinas 17
Centra, Cuernavaca, Morelasbi?OOO MliXlKQO
Int'i Student Cornrriittee 28, lloar Rep. SMl 3,
selor louridefs Weels 2, Welrartie Week 2
- Randall Wiltiam Prouse
9019 Roy Rd, NE
Bremerton, WA 08310
R A 8,
Semors ' ' Class of 1988
'M Wim 'm Awww AM-emma WWSWIW
If life on eorth is o crucible for growth
hen teoching Junior High boys hos been
he blozing fire of this post yeor Mony
tudents dreod hoving to teoch o Sundoy
chool closs ond I wos no exception How
ver, I wouIdn't trode the time I hod with
could be the positive influence thot eoch of
them locked ot home ond they could
show me the energy of o time in my life I
hod missed out on
I sow blood sweot ond teors over the
course of the yeor, eoch time my own
experience. At those times I sow the fruit of
my efforts in theirflives, ond my heort
stirred with the concern I felt for them.
Too mony doys Iended up feeling very
foolish in front of thot judgmentol Junior
High store, yet, I won their respect, Every
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hem for ony other ministry experience.
The boys were either hyperoctive ond
loud, or they slept through every word I
old. It took dedicotion to do more thon
Enere PCM requirements, but success of
-ony kind is usuolly like thot. From bos-
ketboll ot the YMCA to pizzo porties ofter
church, we become more thonjust teocher
ond closs, we grew to be friends. I found I
-iq i ,V
On o bike o thon I tried to ossist two of
the lods in on odd fiosco of colliding bi-
cycles, I wos the only one to hit the pove-
ment. Thot wos the blood. My sweot come
every Sundoy when their pronks disrupted
the other closses, especiolly ofter chosing
them through the church porking lot. Con-
sequently, it wos the teors, or the feeling of
teors, thot were the reol hollmork of my
Sundoy I hid my frustrotion ot their opothy
ond wondered if they would ever heor
me. I wos oble to pour my heort out
before them in the possion of my seorch
for truth, to corefully work through the
biblicol tools they would need for the yeors
oheod. And though I wos their teocher, it's
hord to soy who reolly Ieorned the most.
Story by Chris McHugh.
Pursue: Notive Amer. Missions
Robert Potterson, Jr.-Americon
Pursue: Notive Amer. Missions
Troining f Christion Educotion
Pursue: Inter Vorsity Ministry
Abel Pena-Bible Theology f
Z Pursue: Youth Ministry
Pursue: Evongelism in Alosko
Ministries Pursue: Missions to
Pursue: Degree ot Purdue Univ.
Jonet Pollard-Church Music f
Pursue: Church Choir fYouth work
Pursue: M.A. in Educotion
Troining f Christion Educotion
Pursue: Further Educotion
Seniors ' ' Class of 1988
.. A w .... . .
From competing with eighty-yeor-old
voluntory preochers who Uhelped me" ot
o nursing home, to rounding up eight-yeor-
old renegodes ot club, sotisfoction ond ex-
perience wrop up whot I tools with me
from my PCMs.
People ore whot PCM's ore oll obout,
ond you meet mony vorieties. All hove
infinite worth, ond without Christ, they
hove QFSOT need. Therefore, it wos o priv-
ilege to present them with the Word of
God ond to meet their needs olong the
l found it sotisfying to serve these people
even without seeinglresults, sotisfying to
see some mischievous boys being discipled
with the expectotion thot they would grow
up to become men of God, To be honest,
Pursue: Teoch in MK School
Pursue: Evongelism ! Seminory
Jill Reehl-Church Music!
Phil Remmers-Bible Theology!
Pursue: Preoching !Teoching
Robert Repke, Jr.-
Pursue: Cross-culturol teoching
Kothy Roberts-Bible Theology!
Koe Beth Rosenberg-
Pursue: Prison Ministry
Michoel Rozso-Bible Theology!
Sorcih Ruben-Church Music!
Pursue: Music Evong. Overseos
180 ENLARGEMENT: SENKDBS
ond l should be, I olso tools with me some
multiplied by 80 type heodoches. But
more importont, l goined experience in
telling obout Christ cross-culturolly to those
from other countries residing here in Illinois.
Cobrini-Green, more populous thon my
hometown in lowo, provided mony other
controsts. My hometown hod two block
fomilies omong eleven thousond whites.
Perhops through it oll l've goined more of
o vision to see "red ond yellow, block ond
white," young ond old unified in the Holy
Spirit os the people of God.
Story by Terry Stom.
Neil Montgomery ond Koren Bliesner . . .
"She oin't heovy, she's my girlfriend."
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The Senior Class ' ' PHOTO JOUR
Pursue: Laterneau College
Randall Rust-Bible Theology f
Communications f Broadcasting
Pursue: Missions in Africa
Linda Saunders-Jewish And
Modern lsroel Studies
Pursue: Jewish Evangelism
Pursue: Arab Muslim Ministry
Education f Youth
Pursue: Native American Youth
Pursue: Cross-Cultural Ministry
Pursue: Missions in France
Blake Shaw-Bible Theology 7
Pursue: Teaching or Postorote
David Sheldon, Jr.-
' Karen Rebecca Purcell Flr Council 1,2,3: lntramurals 2: Welcome Week 2: ' Jim Richard Schaeffer
6975 W. Glenbrook Rd. Women's Glee 3. 643 45th Pl. SE
Milwaukee, Wl 53223 0 Michael John Rona Salem, OR 97301
lntramurals 2, 4082 Ponn Rd. - Jane Martha Schell
' Brian Lee Randone South Beloit, lL 61080 R.D. 3, Box 298
5312 Weir St. Varsity Soccer 1,2.3: lntramurals 1,2.3. Valencia, PA 16059
Omaha, NE 68117 I - Sarah Lorelei Ruben Womens Glee 1.2,3p Flr Admin. 2: R.A. 3: lns
Men's Glee 1.2: VP Ambassadors 2: R.A. 3. 20 Forest St. tramurals 3.
' Jill Ann Reehl Rockport, MA 01966 ' Andrew Jon Schmutzer
5886 S. Plain Rd. Epic 1.2: Women's Glee 2. R.R. 1, Box 186-L
Kingston, Ml 48741 U Douglas Lee Russell Gering. NE 69341 - Oratorio 1,2,3: Sr. Ensemble.
Womens Glee 1.2,3: Corresp. Secretary 3. 5906 Caborwood Ln Mens Glee 1.2,3. Exec 3: SMF Rep. 1: lntramurals
' Phil Remmets Charlotte, NC 28212 SMF Rep. 1. 1,2,3,
230 The By-Way ' Gertrude Rwakatare ' Phyllis Marie Schoor
:Ridgewood NJ 07450 Mission to the Needy P.O. Box 7545 53 Long St.
iR.A. 3: lntramurals 1.2.3. Dar-Es-SalaamsTanzonio, E. Africa Huntington Station, NY 11746
l' Robert F. Repke Jr. 0 Linda J. Saunders SMF Prayer Focus Coord. 2: SMF Fir Rep. 1.
l6420 Greenwood Rd. 1148 E. 38th St. - David Blake Shaw
lRingwood. IL 60072 lntramurals 3: Cheerleading Brooklyn, NY 11210 RR, 1, Box 2510
13. SMF Rep. 1: Sports Rep. 2,3: Jewish Prayer Focus Cardwell, MO 59721
J' Kathleen Ann Roberts Co-Leader 3. Varsity Basketball 2: R. A, 2.3: lntramurals 1.2.3.
L 108 Viking Ln, 0 Robert William Sayer - David Frederick Shelden. Jr.
Norway. Ml 49870 828 Greenmount Blvd 1091 Edgewater Ave.
Basketball 1,2.3: STUCO Rep. 1, Carr. Sec. 2: ln- Dayton, OH 45419 St, Paul, MN 55126
tramurals 1.2.3. Married Student Flwshp Exec 2.3: Hosp. Com, 1,2 Varsity Basketball 1.2: Welcome Week 3: Class
W' Kae Beth Rosenberg v Roger Scarbro Treasurer 3: SMF 1.2: lntramurals 1.2.3.
l3339 Chester Rd. Married Students Fellowship Com. 2: V Pres. 1
lRoyal Oak. Ml 48073 lntramurals 1.
Stephen Shickley-Church Music!
Pursue: Minister of Music
Spencer Smith-Bible Theology!
Pursue: Degree ! Seminary
Pursue: Degree! Seminary
Dan Spencer-Bible Theology!
Pursue Work with Church ! Youth
Eric Steinberg-Jewish And
Pursue: Change The World
Pursue: Christian Radio
Training ! Greek
Theology! Greek I
Modern lsroel Studies
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0 Stephen Mark Shickley
B502 Sunnyview Rd NE
Salem, OR 97305 - Chorale 1!Exec 2,8: Messiah
Sololst 3,4: NATS 3,4: String Ensemble Conduc-
tor!Organizer 4: Intramurals 4: Fir Council 3: R.A. 4.
' LisaJoy Shoberg
807 S. Cleveland Ave.
Arlington Heights, IL 60005 - Women's Glee 1.
' Moria Simon
16 6th St., Conefleld 4
Commonweath of Dominica: West lndieslntefl S.F
leader 2: Spirit. Enrich, Leader!FIr,2.
-Brian James Sinclair V' ' . , -
1102 Fairlane Dr, ,',, , ,'i, ' ','g g V':,V' '
Valparaiso, IN 46358 lntromuralS.'1,2,CJ: R. Assist.
2,3: Welcome Week 23,7 f ','P'l 1 I i 7
' Spencer Dale Smith ' f 'J ,
R.R. 1, Box S16 r '
Alvin, IL 61811 - Intramutais. 1,2331 Fir Adm. 1: R.
Assist. 3. ' -
v Timothy George Smith
2243 Grandview Ave.
Springfield, IL 62702 - Intramurals 1,2,3.
- Frederic Sourisseau
13776 Weld Ca. R.D. 1
Longmont, CO 80501 - Pursue: Missions in France -
Bible TheoIogy!Greek Major: Prayer Focus Leader 2:
ARCH Drk Room Tech. 2.3.
182 ENLARGEMENT: SENIORS
0 Terry Glenn Stam
1810 Barclay St.
Oskalaosa, IO 52577 -- Men's Glee 1.
' Farrel D. Stauffer
6N 171 Gary Ave.
Roselle, IL 60172
v Eric Reed Steinberg Uosephj
13912 S, Chester Rd.
Chester, VA 23601 - Intramurals 1,-3: Bond 1,2: Fir
Soc. Rep. 1: R. Assist. 2: Sr. Class Pres. 3. V
v Brock Robin Steiner V . I
1 E. Superior St. 'V 'V -1,
Chicago, IL 60611 - SMF Treasure 31 'Intrarndralg'
' Teresa Lynne Stlrewalt 'V M ,,r, VfgQ'VE l,,', 13,j2VSj
4422 2319 Sf- kL'.A U
Torrance, CA 90505 , -i'.:jE',f,f'fl'
Intramurals 1.20: ARCH class editor 3:'CandIelighr
Carols make-up 1,2. r.-' 1 ' ,
' Esther Louise Stralnlc V , A
2303 MCCord Rd. V V 1
Valparaiso, IN 46383 -- Intramurals 1,2,3: V, Bas-
ketball 1,2,3, '
' Debra Strietelmeier
Whitehall, OH 43213 - SMF Rep. 1: Intramurals 1.
- Timothy Scott Suhaydo
822 Blnns Blvd
Columbus, OH 43204 -- STUCO Rep. 2.
f Joseph C. Suozzo
790 Newman Springs Rd.
Lincroft, NJ 07738-Jazz Group: India Prayer Focus 1,2:
Open Air Campalgners.
' David J. Sweeting
P.O. Box 41
Lake Villa, IL 60046
0 Darcy Lynn Thiel
5361 Hollenbeck Rd.
Lockport, NY 14094-Intramurals 1,2,3: Sr. Ensemble:
RA. 3: Pryr Fcs Ld 1.2.
- Jill Lynne Thompson ,
309 N. Oak St.. li.
Womens Glee 2.3: Candlelight Carols 23: Welcome
Week 2: Trlnary Conf. 1. I I . few?
1 Philip Thompson 1 I' p ig
6938 Ambassador Blvd, I I ,V
St. Francis, MN 55070 - Intramurals 1,2: His Ame
I Jeanine Barbara Trim
2120 So. 48 St. . '
Omaha, NE 66105-Women's Glee 1,2,3: Exec 3: Sr,
Ensemble: 4 per. puppet rm.
- Timothy John Turpin
R.R.6: Bax 242
Tahlequah, OK 74464 - Men's Glee 1: Intramurals
Giasford, IL 61583 . -li
Seniors ' ' Class of 1988
am"-we rm mm- , ,
A block slay spits sleet ot my cheeks while
-n insistent wind wrestles to unwind my
orf. I licls chopped lips ond push icy honds
ep in my poclsets. With trocts stuffed
verywhere, ond John 3:16 ringing in my
cars, I somehow still don't feel prepored. I
uestion my mission, struggle with my hu-
won tendency to resent this "socrifice." This
whot it is to be on Open Air Compoigner.
As Lou preoches his heort out ond slops
lotches of point on the boord, I survey
is clon. lt's composed mostly of frozen-
molsing fellow students. But, this is merely o
This chilling scenorio tells nothing of the
woments when I've seen the eyes of 0
'ronger comprehend the reolity of Christ's
love. Those seconds when time stood still
os o sinner ended his lifelong seorch. Soul
to soul, l've given desperote people new
hope in Jesus. If MBI is boot comp, this is the
bottlefield. In the trenches of Rush Street,
cold ond for from comfortoble, l've lsnown
Story by Kristie Duden.
Fi? o 1
. ?fJ"'sN.5. .
Snow flies os Steve Frietog, Brion Sincloir, Rochel
Regier, ond Melonie Dernord ottempt to dowse eoch
other in o friendly gome of white-woshing,
Moses QAlon Dunowoyy leods the lsroelites
QFreshmenj to the rock Cwoter fountoiny during the
wonderings Ovelcome Weekj Lools, onother mirocle
in the North Holl weight room
Pursue: Attend Moody Aviotion
Pursue: Missions in Sweden
Pursue: Teoch in MK School
Pursue: Missions in Africo
Pursue: SeminoryfGroduote Schl
Joseph Suozzo-Bible Theology f
Pursue: Missions in Indio
Troining f Greek
Pursue: Cross-Culturol Ministry
Philip Thompson-Bible Theology
Pursue: Field of Techology
Jeonine Trim-Church Music f
Pursue: Music Director
Pursue: Missions R:
Nancy Vigna-Bible Theology f
Training f Greek James Vonl3usch-
Training f Christian Education
Training f Christian Education
Pursue: Work f Marriage
Lana Warden-Church Music
Pursue: Professional Singer
Pursue Start Indian Academy
Pursue: Inner City Missions
Dawn Westadt-Bible Theology f
Training f Christian Education
Pursue: Missions in Ireland
Kevin Whitford-Bible Theology f
Pursue: Youth Pastor
Larry Voss Jr.-Pastoral
Pursue: Sr. Pastorate
Pursue: Make Disciples
P Jerry Vergason
46 Ave B
Endwell, NY 13760 -- Church Music lVoice Major:
Pursue: MissionsfMusic Evang. CHoral 1,2,3p Fd
Serv. 2,3: Oratorlal Chorus 1,2,3.
' James Allen Vonbusch
1416 lndlgoDr. L
Mt. Prospect, IE 60056 -M Intramurals 1,2,3. l
0 Larry L. Vossklh
R.R. 3, Box 600-17 '
Lake Geneva, Wi 53147-Intramurals 1,2,3. E
v Lana Beth Warden
R.R. 4 fliierpontj
Columbia, Ml 65201 -- Chorale 3, Chorale Dress
Chair. 2.3: JSB Chairman 2.
' Kerry D. Waxzen
5480 Barr Oak Rd.
Lisle, IL 60532 '
0 Kimberly Kate Wate I
755 W. BunQi.lf:5g .g A '
jfflntramurols 1,2,3: Flr Adfning: .,
184 ENLARGEMENT: SENIORS
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senior Class - - PHOTO JOURNAL
1,25 PLA. 3.
1 Stephanie L. Watson
B046 Gordon PI.
Highland, IN 46322 -- Intramurals 1,2,3: RACO
' Dawn M. Westadt L
306 Wakefield St. - t
Laurel, NE 68745 -- lnrramurals'1,2,3,4: Basket-
ball 1,2: ARCH Staff 3: Class V Pres 3: Flr Council
'l,2.3,4: Epic 2g Sr. Retreat Chairperson 3,4.
1 John Wheeler
113 Harrison St.
Oak Park, IL - Married Student Fellow. Cam. 2,35
0 Carla Whltacre
422 Latimer Rd.
Jappa, MD 21065 - Chorale 1,2,3: RA, 3.
0 Kevln James Whitford
1839 Meadowlark Rd.
Fredonia, WI 53021 -- lntramurals,1,2,3: R.Assist
2,3.: . 4 li ,::.. :lfiliiff
v Lonnie Allen Wilson
Forest City, IA 50436 - Intramurals 1,2,3,4: V
Basketball 1,2,3,4: PCA. 4.
' Kristi Ann Wlneinger
206 5. Bobby Ln.
Mt. Prospect, ,lL,60056 -- Jr. Exec: Sr. Exec, Wel-
come Week i2fliriiramurals 1,3. , P '
' Ronald D. Womeldorf
246 W. Spring Rd
Baroda, Ml 49101 - Intramurals 1,2,3: Fd Service
' Susan E. Yager
15503 Robinwood Dr.
Minnetonka, MN 55345 - Women's Glee 1,2,3:
V Pres. Glee 2: Pres. Glee 3: Big BrofSis 1,2,3.
- Timothy A. Young
6901 Doenges . I
Troy, Ml 48098, 5- Intramurals 1,2,3: Men's Glee
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I crawled into the stuffed van over four
air of legs, three flannelgraph boards,
o winter coats, and one long sigh.
Man," I sighed, "just another long day for
I have eight girls within my RT circle. I
used to have nine, but Gloria stopped com-
wg. Gloria is unique. She's not black, and
he's not white. Her friends think she's
lcool" because she can, "knock out ANY
toy in the fourth grade class" and "some
ilder ones." Great, I thought the first time I
het Gloria, "a national hero." But Gloria
iadn't been back since the first two weeks.
Aaybe it was the fact that she couldn't stick
iubble gum in her neighbor's hair, or may-
me it was because the class was interested
1 her story on how her sister had her first
iaby before she turned sixteen. I, as her
eacher, didn't care that she continue the
tory. Maybe I was too harsh?
The fifth week provided my answer,
'Gretchen, Gretchen," Tamica, the oldest
ind best-behaved in class, approached me
iefore class, "Gloria is back, and she wants
o come to cIass." I never had the op-
:ortunity to answer her before Gloria
ame in. Gloria satin the middle ofthe half
ircle. She ALWAYS sat in the middle of the
"Welcome back, Gloria."
No smile. No smirk. Her brown, curly hair
iors . Class of 1988
Pursue: Overseas f Degree
Training f Christian Education
Pursue: Youth Ministry
Susan Yager-Bible Theology
Pursue: Degree f Missions
Training f Christian Education
Pursue: Youth Work f Missions
Theology f Theology
fell around her shoulders. She's small, but
her dark eyes provide a dominance that
surpasses her height.
I began the lesson with prayer, but I was
quickly interrupted by Gloria. "Gretchen, I
want to teach the lesson this week." "But,
Gloria, I haven't started yet." I was think-
ing that Gloria wanted to teach the lesson
after me, as I sometimes let the girls do for
better understanding. "I know," she says
matter-of-factly, "but I want to teach first."
"What now?" I thought quickly over the
chaos that this could cause, or the benefits
this could offer "Alright, Gloria, but if
you need my help . . . " I took her small
chair as she quickly assumed control of the
class. She looked harmless, but those eyes
"Alright, Iet's pray. God, forgive my sin.
Help my sister and her baby. Help my
mother and whoever my father is, may he
not rest until he finds peace because of You
and Your Son, Jesus. Help me to be good
for Gretchen and obey her, for she's good,
Lord, she's real good. And help me to
teach this lesson. Amen."
"What Iesson?" I thought, as I swal-
lowed. "What could she say?"
Gloria did quite well that day with the
lesson. Of course, it was the lesson from the
first week, and it wasn't word perfect, and I
don't think baby Jesus wore Pampers
when He was born, but, over all, Gloria
had remembered all the points.
The class ended quickly, and they all
rushed out to catch their various buses, but
Gloria lingered around my book bag. Now
it was my turn to talk.
"The lesson was very interesting, Gloria.
Did you practice the last two weeks?" I
asked, hoping for an explanation for her
absence. "No," "I guess you were just
busy " "Gretchen, l'm His daughter."
"What, Gloria?" "Jesus l'm His daughter."
She shrugged, smiling from ear to ear. I
waited for further encouragement. "You
talked about being His daughter and hav-
ing a Father. And, I did it. Last week, I told
my mom and my sister. That's why I wasn't
here. I ran home, so they'd know. I didn't
think you'd mind, and I knew l'd come
back. I may be cool-but you're the
cooIestI" A hug of joy quickly surrounded
my waist, then, just as quickly, she broke
away, the "coolness" returning. I smiled
through tears. "That's great, Gloria. That's
great." "And, l'll be back. They Qmeaning
her relativesj didn't become daughters,
but they will - I know it!" Gloria smiled.
Her dark eyes sparkled just for a moment,
then she was gone.
I sighed. What else could I have said?
She's His Daughter.
Story by Gretchen Getzinger.
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Senior s feelings on graduating and leav-
ing MBI range from excitement to ner-
vousness from confidence to fear. Each
anticipates the transition which awaits and
concerns for the future de-emphasize the
past. As a unit the class of 1988 has dis-
tinguished itself for its commitment to ex-
ln describing the seniors class advisor Dr.
Cynthia Steeves said They were very
interested in serving the Lord challenged
to excellence in their lives and committed
to relationships and living as Christians in a
Throughout their preparation at MBI the
' Todd Crouse : Working for the past
two years in a detention home has
given me a good picture of the de-
struction of sin in human lives. I guess
its given me more compassion for
the lost but who can measure how
Diane Carr : I am not indispensable.
lt s the Holy Spirit which brings results.
Team effort and delegation allows for
work to go smoothly."
' Deanna Carlock I "lt's been a grow-
ing experience telling the Gospel to
homeless women who are hungry for
God's Word and the hope that only
He can give. It has shown me a new
perspective of life and given me a
desire to reach out to people, to
meet them where they are spiritu-
' Merry Kolarek : "My PCM has in-
creased my vision for seeing believers
strengthened in the foundational
truths of what Scripture teaches. I
have been able to teach what l've
learned at MBI. lt's exciting to see
young believers grow in their faith."
' George Mendes : "PCM has helped
me to not lose touch with the
"outside" world, . . . which will be my
fulltime focus as a minister of the Gos-
seniors have known that they want to be
involved in others lives and in evangelism.
Exposure to the city and its vast needs has
changed the ministry goals of some.
For the student from rural areas the
city was a big shock. Urban ministries are
now the choice of many who never saw
the needs of another race said Dr.
The class of 1988 has been challenged
at MBI and in turn they have challenged
students who follow to the same level of
hard work and enthusiasm.
Story by Paul Krause.
Dawn Holshoe : I ve learned that
even though I may not be qualified
God is and He will get the job done.
Michael Mertens : One thing I have
learned: Never compromise your
presentation of the Gospel and the
Gospel needs no gimmicks only a
man of God!
Richard Parkinson : It has helped
me realize that ministry can be very
hard work, and that I must personally
be involved in the process at a deep
level to be truly ministering."
' Sarah Ruben z i'Working with youth
reminded me to keep my teaching
approach fresh, innovative and inter-
esting, Be considerate to the attention
span of my students!"
' Janice Bales z "Van visitation helped
me become more comfortable with
witnessing and going into unfamiliar
areas. It has helped me to discern and
refine my spiritual gifts."
' Robin Norris 1 "I had no idea that
"Friends of Cobrini" could make such
an impact for Christ at the Cobrini-
Green housing project. Today, over
forty residents are involved in indi-
vidual Bible studies, six are enrolled in
Moody extension classes and one
comes to Moody evening school."
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186 ENLARGEMENT: SENIOBS
th, Yah, I dinls a frontal
ootamy is in order."
's Noel Rabin and
uke Shaw prescribe sur-
rry for brain stressed
N lkzyk Arlixv,
"lt's almost as fun as look-
ing for Easter eggs!" Phyllis
Mikel and Alan Berg go on
a hunt to collect boxes in
which to pack three years
of accumulated "stuff,"
Mary Neff gets in shape
as she prepares to be
came The Complete
Hawley tries to catch a
few pertinent words
over Mary s shoulder
Kim Ware does her fa-
vorite imitation of Alvin
the chipmunk There
does seem to be quite a
resemblance at least
with the cheeks
"Envelope, Box, Letter!"
Randy Prouse enjoys a
brofsis activity of
Students find thot the foculty ond odministrotion ore concerned with not only
ocodemic success, but olso personol ond spirituol well-being.
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Do you long to osls one of your
teochers whot kind of dreoms he's
dreoming? ls your heortfelt desire to
cotch o vision of God's potentiol for
you? Are you looking for o prcrcticol
woy to integrote theology ond the
reolities of everydoy life? During one
hour o week, o few dedicoted stu-
dents octuolize these desires. It's
Accountobility, proyer, worship
ond encourogement ore their primory
purposes. The single gool is Christlike-
Did President Stowell come to see his son ploy bosf
lxetboll or wos he there to question A4413 why he
missed o Wednesdoy chopel,
Eoch summer, Dr, Louis Goldberg brings 0 group of
MBI students to lsroel for o summer of Jewish out-
ness. "Not ony one person teoches,
it's more of o group effort. The foculty
member needs it os much os we do,"
exploins Greg Nichols, "This time helps
us become more motivoted in min-
istry. We discuss woys to more ef-
fectively counsel those we ore dis-
cipling." Although most students ore
not involved in o discipleship group os
such, mony express on interest be-
couse of whot con be leorned. "lt
would be 0 greot opportunity to leorn
how to proy, study the Word, ond
"Push on to excellence . . . " Dr, George Sweeting,
Choncellor of MBI, enjoys some ofter chopel inter-
oction with Lindo Junger.
188 ENicAlXGEMENlm: STUDENTIXFACULTY PtElA'l'lON5l-llPS
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molse decisions from some very God
ly, wise, men," soid Jeff Rehbine.
With so much tolls of revivol on
renewol on compus, it's refreshing t
encounter ct group dedicoted to builc
ing eoch other up. A group wher
both professor ond pupil beor eoc
other's burdens ond stimulote spirituc
growth. "As iron shorpens iron, so on
mon shorpens onother." Proverl:
Story by Kristie Duden.
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Leodmg rhe S U R E revwrnlm mro smull group
proyers, Dr Wllluorh Throsher proys ofrer exhorrrhq
the srude-hrs to proy for O Iovrhgly opplred spurwlxrhg
uf their pursurrs were directed owoy from God
Wrll rhe reol Rupp Simms please srond up for sn
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Student stereotypes which perceive the trustees os o
group of remote "rule-molsers" ore inoccurote. These
men provide directionol guidonce, spirituol leodership, ond
executive occountobility to the lnstitute.
The decision-molsing of the trustees is evident in Dr.
Joseph Stowell's oppointment os MBI President ond the
Century ll exponsion project. ln recent yeors, Trustee
leodership hos octed os o cotolyst in MBl's occreditotion
As spirituol leoders, the trustees ore o model for the
student in their personol spirituolity ond Iocol church in-
volvement. Furthermore, these men defend ond offirm
MBl's doctrinol stonce, committing themselves onnuolly ti
signing the stotement of belief.
As President ond Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Stowell
directly occountoble to the trustees, MBl's boord of 1
rectors. ln evoluoting Dr. Stowell's odministrotion, the tru.
ees insure thot thot doily operotions of MBI ore working
fulfill the long-ronge gools ond objectives. Thus, the wo
of the trustees is to insure thot MBI is fulfilling its work, or 1
Dr. George Sweeting would odd, "The moin thing is J
keep the moin thing, the moin thing."
Story by Poul Krause.
Williom F. Mitchell, Sr.
Choirmon of Trustees
Robert G. Dunlop
Robert D. Erickson
Richord E. Gildner
Edgor A. Horrell
Edword L. Johnson
Poul H. Johnson
John MocArthur, Jr.
Roy H. Nyholm
Wolloce L. Pepin
Bervin C. Peterson
E. Richord Tollmodge
Poul W. Wills
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Joseph M. Stowell Ill
President and Trustee
Marvin E. Beckman
X , Senior Vice-President, Operations
l ' Brent D. Garrison
Vice-President, External Studies
B. Wayne Hopkins
jk . 5 Vice-President, Graduate School
Jerry B. Jenkins
Donald P. Leach
Vice-President and Treasurer
C Robert C. Neff
Vice-President, Church Ministries
A, r" Frederick J. Rudy
g Vice-President, Administrative
T , Services
' sii1 - Q Alan B. Terwilleger
-- 'Q ' Vice-President, Stewardship
-r - Howard A. Whaley
Senior Vice-President, Education
S Robert O. Woodburn
P ' + School
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Our leaders give insight into preparation for ministry.
i How can the MBI students focus on "The do what they do, what problems they A What advice would you give students in
igger Picture" during their days as a stu- face. - Mr. Tim Ostronder order to avoid a "narrow focus."
ent? - Develop a relationship with the Lord in - Endeavor to be a "world Christian" by
- The world perspective can be en- which He can have two-way communi- understanding what is happening interna-
anced at Moody not only through class cation with you. Don't look at the MBI tionally politically, religiously, and spiritu-
xperiences but also through extra- experience as only training for future min- ally. Know key people, movements, and
lirricular reading, taking advantage of the istry. Minister to others today. - Mr. Rob- organizations by name. Keep reading the
Ultural and intellectual enrichment oppor- ert Neff Scriptures, - Mr. B. Wayne Hopkins
inities of a large city like Chicago, and A How have your own lifetime goals -lwould understand narrow to mean the
aveling internationally to gain first-hand helped you in seeing "The Bigger Picture" some as selfish! As l become more pre-
ie experience of another culture and na- of God's service? occupied and caught up with my life and
pnal setting. - Dr. Robert Woodburn - My lifetime goals are more qualitative my concerns, l naturally narrow my un-
Seize every opportunity for exposure to than auanitative. By concentrating on try- derstanding. BE INVGLVED in the lives of
ie big picture. Read widely, stay abreast ing to glorify God by doing the best I can others - you won't need to worry about
f current events, engage significant peo- do with whatever assignment is mine, rath- narrowing! - Dr. Brent Garrison
le in conversation to find out what they er than worrying about how my work or - The challenge before us is great and so
re reading and pondering. - Dr. Howard achievements compare with anyone should be our vision. This vision should not
'haley else's, l leave the results to Him. Some- be unlike that of D.L. Moody who saw that
. How can students gain a fresh per- times we get so enamored with goal set- the preaching of the gospel could not end
Eective of the ministry? ting and goal reaching that we lose sight of with this generation, that workers had to
ln the course ofa year, MBI brings many what we have really been called to. Self- be trained to grasp the torch and run the
lfferent people and ministries on campus. lessness and servant-leadership are foreign race. God's work must continue until every
sten to what they say with an open mind. concepts outside the faith, but only these soul has the opportunity to hear of Christ's
possible, spend time with people who lead to truly lasting big-picture results, - salvation. - Mr. Alan Terwilleger
re involved in ministry. Find out why they Mr. Jerry Jenkins
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After fourteen years of teaching at Moo-
dy, Mrs. Currie enjoys getting to know her
students. "I enjoy hearing from students,
and I like to keep in touch with them after
they have left here," she said. Stepping
into her office is like walking into a pho-
tography studio, for she has pictures of
students pasted all over her filing cabinet. If
you have had her for English or linguistics,
your name appears in a notebook she
keeps of all the students she has had. "I
keep updating it from what I hear or read
about them in the Alumni magazine," says
Mrs. Currie. In fact, she is very good at
remembering student's first names. By the
second class period, she has all the names
memorized. Once she ran into a student
she had in class twelve years ago. She told
the student her first name, but "she had to
Douglas Allrich, Aviation
Timothy Arens, Dean of Students
Raymond Bodgero, Missions
William Baker, Bible and
Robert Barron, Bible and
Thomas Baurain, Evening School
Ruth Beam, Communications
Cecil Bedford, Aviation
Paul Benware, Bible and
Edward Bernard, Missions
Reid Berry, Aviation
Jim Bostrom, Aviation
David Brackley, Sacred Music
Nadine Brood, Physical Education
Omar Brubaker, Christian Education
Bruce Cain, Communications
Sandy Carney, Sacred Music
Charles Christensen, Communications
Jonathan Christiansen, Aviation
Robert Clark, Christian
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With Mrs. Currie,
help me with her last."
When she isn't teaching or memorizing
names, this grandmother of twelve travels
with her husband who is the Director of the
American Messianic Fellowship. "I see my-
self in a support role," she reflects about
her relationship to her husbands work. On
weekends and on school breaks she often
travels with him to various churches across
the states. When I asked her how they
became engaged, she replied that he pro-
posed to her on a bridge over a creek at
Houghton College. She spent the next two
hours telling him how it could not work.
Four children and some thirty odd years
later, I guess you could say she was a little
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comes a friend for life
Besides teaching you will hear this I
guistics teacher using unusual words such
"kittywampus." lr's another way of sayin
"askew." If she ever tells you that yt
look all kittywampus, you can be assured
is not a compliment. She may be incline
to tell you, however, as she loves
"mother" her students. She tries to sha
herself with students by talking about hl
life or her family. With Mrs. Swantina Curt
for a teacher, you learn more than jr
English or linguistic skills: you gain a frier
Story by Teresa Stirewalt.
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"The notes go G-B-D-F-A, or, 'Good Boys Deserve
No need for class to be dull. Mrs. Swantina Currie
brightens up the classroom with a cheerful smile.
Charles Cooper, Evangelism and
Thomas Cornman, Theology
Swantina Currie, Communications
Larry Davidhizor, Student's
Rosalie de Rosset,
Fred Dickoson, Theology
James Dodgner, Aviation
Gerald Edmonds, Sacred Music
Keith Ericson, Aviation
Jay Fernlund, Evening School
David Fetzer, Communications
Dennis Fisher, Evangelism and
Harold Foos, Theology
Jerry Foulk, Aviation
Doris Freese, Christian
Greg Gaffney, Physical
Louis Goldberg, Theology,
Julia Graddy, Sacred Music
Paul Haik, Bible and
Calvin Haines, Communciations
Joe Hakes, Physical Education
Jean Halladay, Physical
John Hart, Bible
Henry Hecht, Sacred Music
Karyn Hecht, Communications
Kim Heinbaugh, Aviation f Speical
Bruce Hendrich, Aviation
Timothy Hodges, Counselling
Wayne Hopkins, Graduate School
Edgar James, Bible and Theology
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"This photo speaks for itself."
"Okay, now what happened? When l play, you're
supposed to sing!" Mrs. Nuoegele may be advanced,
but her students have a lot to learn.
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Leslie Keylock, Bible and
Brent Killian, Aviation
James Kragel, Communications
Roger Kuypers, Aviation
Paul Lusher, Sacred Music
Richard Martin, Aviation
William Marty, Bible
Gerlad Mathisen, Evangelism
and Pastoral Studies
Marvin Mayer, Bible and
Alan McNickIe, Bible and
Gilbert Mead, Sacred Music
Dan Mills, Aviation
Marilyn Morgan, Health
Elizabeth Naegele, Sacred
Paul Nevin, Bible and
Mark Perry, Communications
William Powell, Aviation
Nard Pugyao, Aviation
Greg Quiggle, Bible and
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Most people walk with their feet, some
in, some dance, and others just stand
round. But, if you are really talented and
nique, you can use your feet for some-
iing beyond the norm . . . playing the
rgan Qno hand allowedj. This may sound
Jpernatural to some, but for Mrs. Elizabeth
aegele, of the Sacred Music Department,
le act is pure talent and a lot of practice.
Not only fancy-footwork and a true love
r 20th century music put Mrs. Naegele in
iclass all her own. Her talents go above
hd beyondjust musical ability. In and out
I the classroom, Mrs. Naegele is consis-
ntly concerned for the personal needs of
Quick moving feet at organ and in daily life
her students, and challenges them to new
heights in not only their musical perfor-
mance but also in every other area of life.
Her pleasant and empathetic personality
motivates her students to push harder to
achieve their goals.
Many experiences give Mrs. Naegele
some common ground with her students.
She grew up in Africa with her missionary
parents which helps her to personally re-
late to the many students coming from the
mission field. Also, she attended MBI, which
means that she is able to understand the
pressures of Moody life.
Mrs. Naegele has almost finished her
doctoral work at Northwestern University.
This is especially amazing considering the
fact that she is married and the mother of
two young children. All else aside, Mrs.
Naegele is known to her students as a
warm person who is always a friend.
Story by Jenni Royer.
Taking time out once again to help a student, Dr,
Raymond Badgero remains after class to help Eliz-
Paul Raney, Aviation
Gerald Raquet, Sacred Music
Leonard Rascher, Evangelism
Alvin Rice, Aviation
Theodore Rich, Aviation
Gary Robinson, Aviation
Gary Rownd, Sacred Music
Ronald Royce, Aviation
Jonathan Schmidt, AviationfSpecial
Ronald Sauer, Bible
Richard Schock, Librarian
Robert Shackelford, Counseling
Susan Shickley, Residence Life
Harry Shields, Evangelism and
Ken Simmelink, Aviation
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ch "skinfold" tests became routine for Miss Brood
the Physical Education Department. Eoch incom-
closs, as well as the graduating seniors were
"ACTIVE" - an adjective to describe Miss Brood
Having to "pinch an inch" is not her idea
of fun, but Miss Nadine Brood takes great
interest in helping students attain physical
"Sometimes she comes in at 7:00 a.m,
and stays till midnight," Miss Wartluft ob-
served. Miss Brood shows personol interest
in one-on-one instruction with the students.
Anyone who wonts direction on a physical
fitness program can come to Miss Brood.
She'll make on appointment for on hour
but will work as long as necessory to help
that student. Besides this availability, she
researches new material on health reloted
subjects in order to keep informed of any
Between research, she ploys field hock-
ey regulorly with the North Shore Club. She
spent lost Thanksgiving playing in a field
hockey tournament in Florida. "I played
with some of the originators of this, women
who were in their 50's to oO's. It was quite
interesting to ploy with them."
Oregon born, she used to backpack on
the Pocific Crest trail every summer. Over
Christmas, she does some fly fishing in
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those mountain streams. "You've got to
know how to read those streams," was o
tip she gave. "After I fished and decided
that an oreo was dead, my father would
come olong behind me and pull out a few
where I had just been." She admits she's
not the world's best fly fishermon.
She has traveled cross country by car,
from Rhode island to Oregon. Once on this
trip, she decided to visit a friend in Clamath
Falls, Oregon. Thinking that she had arrived
on Saturday morning, she was alarmed to
see that the town was deserted. She
thought for one second thot she had
missed the rapture! Then she discovered
that on her trip, somewhere near New
Mexico, she had lost o day. She was re-
lieved. lt was Sunday, and everyone was
ln the midst of all this octivity, she still has
time for fellowship. After o tennis class was
over, she invited her "girls" out for coffee,
A time had never been arranged because
of the busyness of the semester. Well Miss
Brood, how about it, let's go!
Story by Teresa Stirewalt.
Rupert Simms, Bible and Theology
David Smart, Sacred Music
Lindley Steere, Assistant Academic
Cynthia Steeves, Sacred Music
Terry Strandt, Sacred Music
Raymond Tallman, Missions
Paul Tanner, Aviation
Charles Thompson, Sacred Music
William Thrasher, Bible and Theology
Barry Timko, Aviation
- Rosemary Turner, Missions
. Patricia Vander Sande, Counseling
itt wt T T ,itv Philip Van Winen, Registrar
James Vincent, Communications
. ' Timothy Voss, Physical Education
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John Walton, Bible and Theology
Laurel Wartluft, Physical Education
Un Young Whang, Sacred Music
Edward Wheeler, Aviation
Wayne Widder, Christian Education
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Donald Wise, Bible and Theology
Claudia Zebell, Communications
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Off and running: Dr. Marty is out on the road again
Off on another whirlwind trip to famil-
iarize hundreds with the entire Old Tes-
tament, Dr. William Marty once again
spends his weekend away from home.
Taking a car, train or plane, he sets out,
weekend after weekend, to teach various
groups the "Walk Thru The Bible Ministries"
method of memorization. Many of us ex-
perienced this when we were freshmen as
we were led through the Old Testament
by him in Torrey-Gray,
For Dr. Marty this is an almost-every-
weekend-occurence, and it's something he
enjoys. He got a taste of the "real thing"
on senior retreat this year when, while
walking the seniors through "Creation, Fall,
Flood, Nation," he was doused with a real
flood of water.
Though he's invisible on weekends, he's
very visible during the week. lt's not un-
usual to run into him at the gym. He enjoys
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playing basketball, one reason you'll find
him practicing with the basketball teams.
But he is also the men's and women's
devotional leader. Though he appears at a
lot of their games, this year he has extra
motivation. His son Stephen is on the team.
When many of us think of Dr. Marty,
pictures of New Testament history come to
mind or the jokes he put on the overhead
before our exams. Maybe we think about
his infectious laugh or spontaneous smile,
but those of us who had him for New
Testament survey in the Spring of 1966 will
never forget the story about his dog that
"enjoyed" Cie. killedj the neighborhood
cats. lf you've never heard it, it's a must
before leaving MBI,
Story by Teresa Stirewalt.
During the waning days of the semester, Dr. Paul
Benware reviews the material on the Old Testament
Prophets in a section of OT Survey.
In her phonetics class, Miss Rosemary Turner give
extra assistance to three eager students.
Hello Audio Visual department this is Krissy answers our
epartment secretary as she does a hundred times a day
Eugene it s for you A student wants to know why his MacWrite
ftware wont work on our IBM There s also a teacher in the
omputer lab who can t get his disk to print and a student in 101
itz wants to know why it is illegal to make copies of our software
r his personal use?
Hello A.V. department- this is Krissy. Dave it s Photo Processors
n Line one. They want to know if the film you sent in yesterday
No ahh would you like to leave a messagef
Hello this the A V department Tom there s a student on Line
2 who wants to know how much it would cost to have a four
camera video production with lasers and smoke machines for his
recital? There s also a student out here saying the projector in his
class ate up the film bring plenty of splicing tape
Hello A. V. department this is Krissy. Scott there s a student on
Line 2 who says the student radio station is not playing in Culby
lounge. Also, a student in the T.V. studio wants to know if a
i" Su Ort 0 o Services The secretary's story
',t:l i 'iiT'::lAV!4
orked "needed tomorrow" meant today?"
"Hello A. V. department: Krissy speaking. Bruce isn't in right
wow. He may be at Moody Church, no, he may be meeting with
Dr. Whaley, or he could be meeting with the building committee.
Ltudent Development: Nancy Oates, Maxine Schneider, Sue Drushinin, Judy Fitz,
anet Moore, Patricia Vander Sande, Dorothy Hostetter, Sue Shickley, Ruth
aharek, Barbara Cannon. Tim Hodges, Peter Mills, Tim Arens, Ralph Bradbury,
arry Davidhizor, Joe Gonzales.
Registrar and Admissions: Phil Van Wynen, Carolyn Klingbeil, Rick Banifas, Stu
Zaharek, Ludwig Anderson, Tom Kemner, Sherri Lunow, Susan Boyd, Melanie
Vlonteclaro, Donna Manis, Alice Lindsley, Liz Yahr, Krystyna Jonick, Gaylene
dropped studio camera can be repaired?"
"Hello A.V. department.."
Story by Tom Wood.
Chris McHugh and Mr. Davidhizor discuss some serious planning, "Well, if you had
the wedding immediately following graduation . . . "
Audio-Visual Services: John Koesema, Scott Chism, Eugene Williams, Tom Wood,
Julie Hight, Trish Protsman, Krissy Andersen, Tim Vander Laan, Bruce Cain, Karen
Thacker, Albert Yip, Merry Lolarek, Julie Lundgren, Sue Perry, Carol Preik, Chris
McHugh, David Huhta, Eugene Jesel, Darrell Simms. M-1
Support ' ' Services
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Public Safety has always had a good rapport with the Chicago
Police Department, and a few years ago we found out just how
good. lt was a cold night during a Missionary Conference when an
officer found a shell ofa car in the North Holl parking lot. The officer
knew the car wosn't here for the conference, so he was going to
put a red sticker on it. He couldn't find a place to put one becouse
the car hod no windows, in fact, it had no seats, no wheels and no
engine. The officer called the dispatcher to have the police come
to check the car out. What happened next, no one knows.
A little later, the officer saw several squad cars coming his way.
Two motorcycle cops orrived to assist him, followed by more
squad cars and paddy wagons. Cops and guns appeared ev-
erywhere. lt was good that it was night, so the officer's red face
Public Safety: Jim Coffman, Mike Coy, Bob Bertrand, Kevin Odette, Rob Rounds,
Jim Rachol, Joe Thomas, Paul Sauers, Eddie Boyd, Dave "Ace" Wiggins, Dave
Malone, Darcy Scholes.
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Health Service: Marilyn Morgan, Barbara Cannon, Amy Suess, Chris Brown, Lori
Long, Cynthia Morsholl, Renee Routhier, Kelly Wehr, Mark Andrews.
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A routine coll to police brings o
couldn't be seen as he explained the situation. lt must have beet
a slow night, One squad did stay. and check the car which turnec
out to be a student's. lt was being restored, but it hodn't beet
The problem was communication. The officer asked the police
to come to check the car, but the dispatcher told the police ai
officer needed assistance. The police dispatcher told the police c
Moody officer needed help, and help came and came and came
We never did find out whom the cor belonged to because it ho
no permit. ln fact, it didn't even get o red sticker because th
officer couldn't find a place to stick it.
Story by Sargeant Harrison L. Gunter.
Mike Coy tells the Public Safety staff how he managed to make the squad car dc
wheelies in the parking lot,
Organ Guild: Melanie Bernard, Beverly Beltran, Christina Boerma, Janice Ehrhardt,
Cherrie Gottsleben, Laurie Leamon, Joyce Ng, Phil Higgins. Gilbert Mead, David
Brackley, Elizabeth Naegele,
-oughton Desk: Ruth Zohorek, Becky Bocnuk, Joe Bozic, Amy
ozlc, Joson Cook, Bryon Horrlson, Sieve Freirog, Jeff Krelder,
Json Horshborger, Down Wesrodt, Michele Miller.
,- lulby Desk: Kevin Whirford, Tim Miller, Scorr Yingling, Kerri Boker, John Bodden,
ric Musser, Phil Thompson, Norm l-lonsen, Ed Powlowski, Joy Goorhier, Ken
North Holl Gym Supervisors: Jon Lonow, Don Toylor
Deep within rhe heorr of Firzworer Holl, o corpenrer lobors on o roble, os lounge
choirs owoit his orrenrion.
A Iirrle prevenrorive moinrenonce on the boilers keeps MBI
roosry-worm rhrough rhe long Chicogo winters.
Support ' ' Servuzes
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A verse obout Stors Doncing . . . somewhere in lsoioh . . . How om
I supposed to know . . .
. . . you're here for the meetings . . . whot meetings? Mo'om,
Founder's Week wos lost week . . .
. . . Ccrockle . . . crocklej Bose to control , . . I need o IO - for o
10-Zone 'I Level 1 ...
. . . The rodio stotion is closed right now . . . No I'm not sure whot
song theyjust ployed , . ,
Counsel your son . . . whot . . . oh . . . I'm not.. . No . ., Don't
. . . Hi kid . . . How do l get myself in these messes , . .
. . . Just o moment, l'll connect you . . . why con't people just
leove me olone to do my homework . . .
Story by Neno Conji.
Rolph Mondy chots briefly with o student ot the Crowell desk switchboard,
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Crowell Desk: Jon Heorny, Jerome Onstott, Neno Conji, Morene Di Costri, Rolp
Mondy, Don Schott. Jeff Willioms, Trevor Tolmoge, Greg Lewis, Comeron Coto.
CPO People: Ron Hunt, Jenny Motthews, Delores Touey, Royfield Benton
Holesopple, Allen Eshlemon, Tony Stello,
rounds Crew: John Morris, Gary Disterheft, Andrew Beary, Stephen Beaty, Ruth
ranger, Jonathan Downey, Priscilla Hackett, Ken Small, Dawn Westadt, Barry
Scott Schaeffer, Vince Carmera, Matt Morris, Gordon Hardin, Troy Billows.
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'hysical Plant Administration: Lori Taylor, Marv Rhodes, Ed Ahrens,
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Aaron, Cathy , . . . . .144
Abdo, Suzanne .....,. 144
Abell, Gwen ...,.. 23, 95
Abner, Rick ...,...... 126
Achziger, Tracey. . 99, 144
Ackerely, Sarah ......
Acott, Steve .........
Adams, Kaye ,..., 19, 62,
Adamson, Julie ....,..
Aden, Kim . . . 63, 66, 109,
Adkins, Philip . .
Ahrens, Ed . , . .
Ake, Brian ,....
Alfsen, Cheryl . .
Alisentono, Dave . , . .
Allen, Julie . . . 9
Alton, John . , , 72, 79,
Amador, Luis ,,...., . .
Amick, Phillip ....,...
Amyx, Marie .,,.......
Anders, Patrick ....
Asher, Timothy .... 34
Asmus, Andy . 8, 144
Austin Michael . . . 1
Bain Sandra . . 8 05
Barber Debbie . . 44
Baron, Becky 0
Bernard Melanie 95
Bertrard Robert 133
Blaha Mrs Dorothy
Blann Cheri 44
Blycker Timothy 98 99
Bond Don 76 82
Buck Karen 18 95
Bucy Ann 49 118
Buresh Cathy 85 89
Carmean Karen 5
Carney Sandra 9
Caston Mary Jo
Cato Cameron 4
Chang Ho Yoon
Chase Rebecca 100
Chavers Michael 96
Chen Yi Shen
Chisholm Wendy 84
Cleve Mark 4
Clever Mary Lynn
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Andersen, Krissy ..,... Bearden Sherri 44 Boyd WIllIOfn 4 DU59nlfZ Keren
Anderson Bethene. .. , Beaton Catherine BOZIC Amy BUYJGI' Enos 4
4 Beaton Richard BUZIC O9 Bllflef JOFWW
Anderson Carol . , . 69, 76, Beaty, Andrew 6 Brockley David
44 203 Bradbury Ralph 20
Anderson David. . 43, 105, Beaty, Stephen Bf0dt'n0n K0l'T19fO0
144, 147 203 Brandhagen Robert 4
Anderson Elaine. 100, 144 Beaumont Robin , 91 44 Brondon James
Anderson Eric ...,.,.. Bechtol. Cynthia ....., Brant, Keith
Anderson Ludwig .... 112, Beckemeyer, Jodi ..... 95, l3f0Sfi9ld, Julie ........
199 133, 213 musk, ionene . . . 109, mg, '5" Q' ' 1,45
Anderson Nathan .... 115, Beckman, Marvin E .... 191 Broun, Chuck ......... ' ' ' ' ' '
144 Bedford, Cecil ........ 192 Brave, Kent ,........ 145 .
Anderson, Norman .... Befus, Joel .......... Bray, DOvid .......... 4 gg:::2l2'Lj2Z6-'l-lk'
Andresen, Kenneth .... Behl, Jennifer . 63, 66, , Dfedbennet, BFOGIGY. . . Calvert' len, ' ' A
Andrews, Joy ........ 164 133, 213 Bfedfeldf. Jeanine ...,. 145 Comercgn Walla AA"" 4
Andrews, Julie . . . 34, Beisell, Jason ......,. Btekelboum. John. . 49, , Compo donlfoclg' ' ' ' ' '203
Andrews, Mark ....... 200 Belford. David .....,., 144 Bresnahan, Christopher Campbell Glenn ""' 133
Andricks, Gary ....... 164 Beloz, Lisa ........... 144 ....,,........... 133 Campbell' Karen """ 133
Andricks, Imelda ,..... 164 Beltran, Beverly . 165, 200 Breuker, Sheryl . . . 35, 133 Condollo 'cymhlo "'i' 133
Angihan, James . 126, 127 Bennett, Judith ....... 165 Briggs, Brian . . 29, 96, 145 Conll Ne'no Q1 ',l45'2O2
Antrim, Shelly ......., 144 Benton, Rayfield ...... 202 Brinkman, Amy ...... 145 Cunnan Borbbro ' 39 '199
Appel, Thomas .... 27, 96, Benware, David .... 5, 33, Brooch, Margaret . 99, 133 ' ' ' 206
144 82, 122, 165 Broad, Keith ........ 133 Cannon Joe 38 39
Appleby, Jon ........ 144 Benware, Laurie, . . 5, 133 Brock, Rodney . . . 96, 133 Cannon' losebll' ' ' ' '167
Arens, Timothy . . . 20, 192, Benware, Paul . . 192, 198 Brokaw, Jon ......... 158 Cml0ck'DeOnnO ' ' 186
199 Berg, Alan ...... ,.... 1 87 Bromwell, Beth .....,. 133 Carlson' Dovld ' ' 133
Arnold, Keith ..,., 96, 144 Bergan, Jennifer . 165, 175 Bronaugh, JoBeth .... 158, Carlson' Sheryl ' ' ' '133
Arrington, Ed ......... 118 Berkimer, Nancy ...... 144 161 ' ' ' ' ' 146
Asala, Doug .... .... 2 13 Bernard, Edward ...... 192 Bronger, Ruth ..... 80, 84, Carlson' Sonja QQ
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Collins, Jeffrey . . . . . .
Colvin, Annie ....,,..
Colvin, James ........
Colwell, Todd ........
Combs, Brenda . . 109,
Conant, Joanna . 146,
Conard, Melody . . 95,
Condron, Todd ...,...
Conley, Joel ..... 88,
Conway, Julie .... 91,
Conwell, Steve .......
Cook, Jason .... 146,
Cook, John . , ,
ook, Kim ...........
ooke, Lawrence ..,.
ooper, Charles . . . 42,
ordes. Thomas .....
otnette, Timothy .,..
ornman, Thomas ....
ottell, Alysa .... 80,
ostanza, James. 146,
oulter, Chris ...,. 30
outtney, Kristi ...,..
ovell, Nancy ..,, 99
otdes, Brian ...,..,..
oy, Mike . . . 12, 146: 200
tabbs, Sherri . . , 134, 213
rafts, Michael . .,... .
raig, Robert .....,..
taker, Doyle .... 96,
toner, Laura .... 95,
tawfotd, John .......
rowford, Paula ..,..,
riel, Ronald ..,.. 96,
tist, Robin ..........
toss, Travis ..... 146,
rothers, John . . . . . . .
rouse, Todd ..... 74,
saky, Katalin .,.. 95,
umbetwotth, Ronda . .
umerford, Becky .,...
umerford, Catherine . .
urrie, Swantina . 192
ushing, Janis ...,....
zech, Michael . . . 88
Dages, Robert . . . 25,
Dohrens, Catherine ....
Dolaget, Debra .......
Daley, Lisa ...,....,.
Damm, Regina .......
Daniels. Timothy. 115,
Darling, Lisa .,.......
DoSilva, Othelmo . . , . .
Daughtty, James ....
Davidhizat, Larry ...,
Davis, Deborah .......
Davis, Gary ,..... 86, 146
Davis, Kelly . , ,
Davis, Toby .... . . .
Dawson, Gary .,......
Dawson Jr. James ....,
De Jong, Kristi ........
de Rosset. Rosalie ..,.
De Young, Larry ......
Deangelo, Beverly , . . ,
Dearborn, Tim . . . 106,
DeJong, Kristi ..,.....
DeKoy, Michael .. 32,
President Reagan talks with Soviet
leader Mikhail Gorbachev during arrival
ceremonies at the White l-louse. The
two superpower leaders held a three-
day summit meeting in December and
signed a nuclear arms control agree-
The Dow Jones industrial stack average
dropped 508 points, the largest in his-
tory, on Monday, October 19. Some
called it a "crash," others called it a
'lmeltdownf' and others callled it
iiBlack Monday." Whatever it was, it
stripped S500 billion from the market
value of U.S. securities.
Curr nt Event
oving beyona' ignorance ana' apathy.
Life at MBI can be so peace-
ful, so enjoyable. Quickly, the
student learns the convenience
of the tunnels and how to es-
cape adverse weather. The stu-
dent enjoys the simple life of
eating in the dining hall and
shopping in the bookstore. Yet,
too often, the environment
which protects also confines. He
may know little of what is go-
ing on outside the lnstitute's
The problems may enlarge
into ignorance of national and
world affairs. And the inevita-
ble consequence is apathy.
Looking at the photos on these
index pages, could you have
written a caption for each?
As a "world Christian," a stu-
dent should realize that what
occurs in the Senate Judiciary
Committee or in the Oval Of-
fice has a profound effect upon
his life and ministry. By keeping
abreast of world affairs and
their implications, the MBI stu-
dent can prepare himself today
for his ministry tomorrow. ln a
survey of MBl's Vice-Presidents,
each wrote of the necessity to
develop a sensitivity to the
broader concerns and issues
which face others around the
Our present preparation for
future ministry - for our role in
The Bigger Picture - is fur-
thered through the study of
these concerns. We must take
the time to read and under-
stand current events, even to
be a force in what is happen-
ing. We proclaim a simple Gos-
pel, however, in communicat-
ing this message, we must cross
political, cultural, and economic
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Delgado, Milla .......
DeMoss, Shawn .......
Dem sey, Crista . 145, 146
Denbow, Sarah .
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DeNeui, Aaron ....... 169
Denholm, Denise .... 158,
Derocher, Fran ....... 124
Devoro, Michele ...... 134
DeVries, Bruce .,..,,. 169
DeVries, Kathryn . 95, 134
DeWeerd, David ...... 134
Deweese, Steve ....... 19
DeYoung, Larry ....... 96
Dhanyavong, Charee . , 158
Di Castri, Morene ..... 202
Dickason, Fred ....... 193
Dickerson, Teresa ..., 146,
Dipple, William . . . 96, 169
Disterheft, Gary ...,,. 203
Dix, Penny , . . 98, 99, 134
Dodd, Sam ......... 169
Dodgner, James ..... 193
Doebler, Paula . . . 99, 134
Dommisse, Kristi ..... 134
Doss, Nathan .,...... 134
Downen, Wayne . 96, 169
Downey, Jonathan ..,, 203
Doyle, Deborah ,.... 134
Draper, Maureen .... 134
Drury, Deborah. . . 95, 134
Drushinin, Sue ....... 199
Dubiel, Mary ........ 147
DuBois, Shelby ...... 147
Duden, Kristie .... 43, 121,
Dunaway. Alan . 169, 183
Dunlop, Robert G ..... 190
Dunn, Casey ......... 147
Durham, Diana ....... 147
Durham, Ronald ...... 147
Dusky, MeLane. . 140, 147
Eales, David . . . .... . 147
Earhart, Kyle ..... 79, 134
Earnst, Todd ......,.. 134
Easter, James . . . 118, 169
Eastman, Tammy ..... 135
Eberle, Matthew ..... 120,
Edmonds, Gerald . 99, 193
Egeler, Pamela ....... 170
Egler, John ......,.... 79
Ehrhardt, Janice . 109, 170,
Eland, Joel ..... . . . 135
Elliott, David ,........ 135
Elliott, Kenneth ,...... 135
Ellison, Kimberly. . . 80, 81,
Elsen, John .......... 190
Emmons, John. . . 170, 207
Empson, Laura . . . 14, 100,
Engel, Mark ........ 1261
Engle, Bob ......... 147
Enns, Lyndell . 91, 96 170
Erickson, Robert D . . . 190
Ericson, Keith ......, 193
Erieau, Timothy .. 35, 170
Eshleman, Allen . . 85, 202
Euler, Bill ........ 62 147
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Evans, Christopher .... 135
Evans, James ......,. 135
Evans, Pamela . . . 28, 135
Everhart, Bruce ........ 96
Falco, Shari .....,.... 147
Falk, Carrie ..... 110, 147
Falkenberry, Roger . . . 135
Fannin, Gaylene ...... 199
Farrell, Andy .... 124, 125
Farrey, Rebecca . , 95, 147
Favenir. Genevieve . . .135
Fawcett, William ...... 135
Fehr, Trevor ......... 135
Felty, Sheri .......... 135
Fenske, Jennifer . . 33, 135
Fernlund, Jay ........ 193
Fetzer, David W . . 64, 193
Filipe, Valter .......... 99
Finger, Pete .......... 91
Fink, Sheri ........... 135
Fink, Trisha .. . 8, 122, 147
Finnan, John .....,,.. 147
Fish, Deborah .... 91, 109,
Fisher, Dennis ....,.,. 193
Fisher, Irene .,..,.,.. 135
Fitz, Jim and 'Judy' .... 40,
Fitzner, Jonathan ..... 158
Fleming, David R . .,.. 170
Floyd, Charles ........ 135
Foos, Harold ...... 6, 193
Forrer, Liana . . 12, 35, 115,
Forster, Thomas. . . 19, 147
Fortier, Sean . . . . . .147
Foulk, Jerry .......... 193
Fountain, Fran .....,, 147
Foutz, Scott ...... 14, 135
Fox, Tim ............ 147
Franklin, Andrew ..,.. 135
Fraser, Kent ...,. 79, 170
Freese, Doris ......... 193
Freire, Paulo .... 135, 213
Freitag, Steve . . . 105, 170,
French, Edith ......... 170
French, Nicholas ...... 135
Friedel, Teresa ..,,... 171
Friedrich, Marc ....... 136
Fry, Chuck ...... 171, 207
Fry, Rodney ..,.. 99, 171
Fuder, David ..... 82, 136
Fugmen, Tina ........ 147
Fujinami, Yoshitaka . . . 136
Fulkerson, Kris ..., 80, 147
Furseth, .'an . 28, 100, 136
Gaffney. Greg .,,.. 82, 83,
Gallatin, Laurie ....... 136
Gallery, Daniel , . . 66, 147
Galliher, Laura . . . 17, 136
Garrigo, Jose ..... 62, 147
Garrison, Brent D ...... 191
Gathman, James ..... 136
Gatliff, Michael . . . 82, 147
Gauthier, Jay ... 171,201
Gauthier, Jeff .,,..... 108
Gavlik, Timothy . 100, 158
Geier, Matthew . . 91, 136,
George, Ed . . 2, 14, 17, 22,
Georgeff, Jay . . . 106, 147
Georgopulos, Pete .... 147
Getzinger, Gretchen . .
Geyman, Karen . 105, 171
Gibbs, Ken . 108, 109, 171
Gibson, Larry ........ 136
Giesbrecht, Allan ....
Gildner, Richard E .....
Glogowski, Robert ....
Goehring, Matthew . . .
Goergeff. Jay ........
Gomez, Carlos .......
Gilberts, John ....
Gliebe, Kirk ......
Goldberg, Louis. .
Gonzalez, Joe . . . 20, 108,
Goodwin, Wendy ....
Gordon, Nate . 36, 79,
Gordon, Simone . . 99,
Gordon, Tracy ,......
Gosnell, Jeffrey. . 111
Gotbaum, Sherry ....
Gottsleben, Cherrie. , .
Gottsleben, Ray . . 38
Graddy, Julia ...,..
Graffius, Jonathan. .
Grafton, Mary Alice.
Graham, Bill .,....
Grant, Mae ......
Greaves, Debra . .
Green, Greg ......
Green, Joseph ....
Greenlee, Kelly . .
Gregory, Steve .
Greig, David ,...
Grna, Cindy .,..
Groff, Barbara . .
Guerrero, Robert . .
Guettler, Heidi . . .
Gunter, Harrison L .....
Haag, Doug . .
Haas, Donald .
Hackett, Priscilla . 100,
Hague, Tammy .....
Haik, Paul ....
Hakes, Joe . . .
Haldeman, David ....
Halladay, Jean . . . 80
Halsey, Lisa .,.......
Hamilton, John ......
Hammond, Mike .....
Hammond, Sandra . . .
Hander, Kevin ......
Hanna, Christopher. . .
Hanna, Kim ..... 99
Hansen, Norman .....
Hanson, Janice ..., 75, 95,
Hanzelin, Steve .....
Hardie, Christopher . . .
Haring, Jenny . . . 145,
Harlan, Charles ....... 148
Harmon, Scott ........ 137
Harness, Mary .....,.. 171
Harrell, Edgar A ..... 190
Harriman, Lynn ,...... 137
Harris, Faith .......... 137
Harris, Rebecca . 172, 222
Harrison, Becky .....,. 109
Harrison, Bonnie . . . 62, 95,
Harrison, Bryan . . 100, 148,
Harshbarger, Susan . . . 111,
Hart, John ....... 65, 194
Hartley, Duane .....,. 148
Hartmann, Melissa . 35, 95,
Hatters, William .......
Haun, Gill ........,..
Hawley, Stephanie . . .
Haynes, Philip .... 23,
Haynes, Shawn ......,
Hays, Darrell .... .,..
Hays, Timothy ........
Headtke, Valerie .....
Heald, John . 91, 106,
Hearny, Jon ...,.....
Heassler, Kevin. . 128,
Hecht, Henry .... 100
Hecht, Karyn .........
Hedstrom, Jennifer ....
Heinbaugh, Kim .
Hendrich, Bruce .......
Hendricks, Kevin ......
Henke, Michael .......
Henry, Charlayne . 95,
Herndon, Kim ........
Herr, Wayne ...... 14, 96
Hertzler, James .......
Hetzel, Jeffrey .......
Hetzler, Jim ...,... 78, 79
Hibma, Alice ..... 85, 148
Hickey, William ..,....
Higgins, Phillip ..... 96, 97,
Hight, Julie ..........
Hildebrandt, Sue ,.....
Hill, Anton ...........
Hill, Leasia . . . 80, 81,
Ho, Kirk ,............
Hodges, Timothy. . 20,
Hodgson, Bill ....,....
Hoffman, James . .
Hofstra, Randal .....,.
Holderby, Elizabeth ..,.
Holesapple, James . . .
Holshoe, Dawn . . 172,
Hooker, Joanne . 100,
Hoon, Aaron .........
Hopkins, Curtis . .
Hopkins, Wayne . 191,
Horbus, Dave ....,...
Horine, Patricia .......
Hormig, Dave ........
Hornemann, Janet ....
Hornemann, Jurgen . . .
Hostetter, Dorothy ....
Howard, Brett .......,
Howard, Karen .......
Hoysack, Kimberly ....
Hrushka, Grant ..,....
Hudson, Lettice .......
Hufen, Mark .. 17, 90,
Huhta, David .......
Hulet, Clayton ......
Hulse, Laurel ........
Human, Brian , 78,
Humbarger, Roger . . .
Humes, Kristyne .
Hunt, Ron ......
Hunter, Tim .....
Hunziker, Dan. . . 126,
Hurd, Martha ....
Hyma, Jeffrey. . .
ller, Robert ..., . . .9
Im, Kyong-Ok ....... 13
Ingalls, Larry ........ 13
Ingersoll, Gregory. 99 13
Ingersoll, Jeffrey . . 99, 17
Inion, Brent ...... 96 14
lnvergo, Tony ....... . 1
lrmeger, Tom ....... 12
Isaak, Dave .... 126, 12
Isgro, Melissa ........ 13
lxcaragua, Doug ..... 20
Jackson, Mark .... 24, 13
Jacobsen, Jennifer . . . 14
Jacobson, Jonathan . . 14
Jacus, Steven .....,. 13
Jager, Jack ....,.... 20
James, Deanna ...... 16
James, Donna ....... 17
James, Edgar ....... 194
James, Julia .... 100, 173
Janofski, PGQQY . .... 173
Janofski, Philip ...... 173
Janosky, Kevin ...... 173
Jantz, Rebecca . . 115, 137
Jaywheh, June ...... 149
Jeanty, Patrick ,..... 137
Jebb, Gwen ... ... 212
Jebb, Michael ....,.. 149
Jefferis, Robert ...... 159
Jelich, Raymond ..... 173
Jenkins, Jerry B ...... 191
Jensen, Laura ....... 137
Jerry, Mike ..... . . . 125
Jesel, Eugene ....... 199
Jobe, Marsela ....... 149
John, Raymond ..... 137
Johnson, Cynthia ..... 137
Johnson, David ...... 137
Johnson, Edward L .... 190
Johnson, Jody .... 95, 137
Johnson, Lisa ..... 99, 149
Johnson, Paul . . . 137, 190
Johnson, Rene . . . 99, 149
Johnson, Sheila ....... 149
Johnson, William ...... 173
Jones, Julius ......... 162
Jones, Scott ..... . . .96
Jones ll, Terry ........ 137
Jonick, Krystyna ...... 199
Josma, Debbie . . . 57, 149,
Joy, Gary ........... 137
Juane, Mark . . 26, 88, 149
Michael .. 91, 137
Junek, Ginger . . . 149
ntunen, Ruth ....... 137
lil, John. .. 91, 105,
Ine. Debbie . , . 16,
mmermon, Ronold .
nter, John S. ...., .
robensh, Joe .....
tz, Guillermo. . 173, 222
tzir, Rivlso ..,..,... 149
oly, Tim . ., 34, 79, 149
ech, Gront . . . 124, 125
lch, Gory .,......., 137
lemon, Duone ..... 137
ller, Kristino .... 95, 137
lly, Melisso . 56, 57, 149
lly, Tim ....,.....,. 24
lly, Timothy . . , 24, 137
- Iso, Amy ,.... .... 1 37
mner, Tom ...A.... 199
ndol, Rochel .....l. 173
ndol, Rutht . 94, 95, 149
nnord, Douglos. . 17, 59,
70, 71, 195
nney, Will .... 105, 149,
sler, Robert. . . 106, 149
tchum, Robert ..... 174
ttinger, Shouno. . 51, 99
eylock, Leslie ,......
hon, lliff ....... . . .149
ierspe, John ........ 159
ihumbo, Chorles . , . , 106
illion, Brent ......... 195
ing, Alon ........... 128
ing, Kothleen . . 109, 149
ing, Michoel . . 33, 49, 60,
ing, Robert , ........ 128
inney, Poul . .. ....137
irk, Wesley ..,..... 149
izzior, Timothy . . 88, 137
loossen, Brendo A... 137
lingbeil, Corolyn .... 199
lingenberg, Erwin . . . 159
lopfenstein, Joy . 88, 137
lopfenstein, John ..... 35
nee, Jonet ... 16, 80, 81,
ness, Jomes ,..... . . 137
nickerbocker, Dove . . .79
nickerbocker, Dovid . ,174
night, Borboro . . 91, 110,
night, Timothy .. 96, 149
norr, Elizobeth ...... 138
och, Bryon .....,.. 149
oegel, Mory ....... 159
oesemo, John . . 149, 199
olorek, Merry . . 174, 186,
onold, Bruce ....... 138
Kord, April ....... 18, 174
Eornit, Corlo ........ 149
ostopoulos, Thereso . 138
Kostrevo, Kyle . . . 88, 138
Kott, Dovid ....., 99, 138
lKrogel, Jomes. . . 115, 195
lKronich, Noncy .....,. 150
Krouse, Poul ..... 11, 120,
Kreider, Jeffrey . . 174, 201
Kricken, Scott ,........ 96
Kriemelmeyer, Kurt . . .108
Kringle, Thomos ...... 137
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Kf09m0f1r MiCi109i ---4- 174 Lusher, Kim .......... 150 McElwee, Alan ,... 56, 57, 189 Ottensman, David .... QI
Krueger, Karen ......- 150 Lusher, Paul ,... 198, 195 108, 151, 211 Murray, Paul ........, 189 1
Krueger, Kari ......-. 150 Lyons, Carol ......... 188 McFarlane, Sally ..... 104, Musgrave, Linda . . 99, 160 Ovikian, Sonya . . 18, 1
Krus, Scott ....... 85, 188 105, 151 Musser, Eric . 108, 151, 201 Owens, Joseph ..,.....
KfU5Z0f Cif19Y ---.'--- 150 McFee, Christine . . 95, 188 Musser, Michael ...,.. 177 Ozment, Deirdra ....,, 1
KYYUGL Robert - V - - . i 150 McGee, Renee ,....., 162 Muston, Denise . . . . . . . 177
Kufz. ROVWUY ----- A V - 150 McGrath, David ....... 176 Myers, Roy ...,. ,.., 1 51
Kuvpers, Roger .,,.... 195 McGurk, Nathan ...... 160 Myers, Todd .... .... 1 89
MCHUgh, Chris .... 88, 102,
176, 179' 199 llllllltlllhllnlnrnq-.nouns
Mac Leod, Allan ...,,, 188 MfrL0Chlin. Tommy -..- 151
Maaqrrhur, John ,,,,,, 190 McLemore, Carl ...,,.. 208 MacCaIlum, Darcy ..... 96 MCMUUGI1. HG0fher ---. 37. Paiga, Amy .....,... 1
Magnuson, Sonja .... 106, 188 Palmer, Tyrone . , . 75, 1
Lafita. lvette ......,, 159 107, 175 MCNOUY. Ri'-Tif ,.-..,-- 176 Panasiuk, Andres ,... 1
Lammers. Jennifer . . . 188 Malich, Shillina . . . 91, 188 MCNiCki6. A100 V - 195. 211 Nachtigal, Rick ...,... 129 Popp, Kathy . . . 46, 68, 6
Lamp, Kathy, ....... 150 Malone, David . . 188, 200, MCPh9fS0f1f Ken ------ 176 Naegele, Elizabeth . . . 195, 118, 1
Lampe, John ..... 88, 174 204 MCQUOi9. John ....-.- 135 200 Pardee, Jim ........,..
Lange, Todd ......,. 188 Manis, Donna ........ 199 Mead. Giibeff . V . 195. 200 Neff, Kevin ......... 212 Parkerson, Paul . . 185, 1
Lawson, Andrew . . 91, 96, Mann, Kelsey .... 88, 188, Meeker' 5iePi19f1 - 99. 151 Neff, Mary .,... 177, 187 Parkinson, Richard . . . 10
136 189 Mehrtens. Bill .......- 151 Neff, Robert C ....... 191 178, 1
Lawson, Melvin ..... 174 Manske, Michael. . 96, 188 Mendes. GGOFQG' ...-- 176. Neff, Terry ........., 176 Parsons, James ....... 1
Lawton, Dennis ....., 188 Mansour, Steven ...... 175 186 Nelson, Ardis ..., 118, 119 POSfUCh. Richard ....,. 1
Lawton, Steve . . . . . 150 Maris, Peter .... . . ,150 Meriiflff. NOf0ii6 .-.--- 151 Nelson, Kathi .... 88, 189 Patterson, Darrell 91, 10
Lazar, Sharon .... . . 188 Marker, Tom . . . . . .150 MefriS. PGTGF ---. V - - 147 Nelson, Lisa. . . . . . . . . 189 1
Leach, Cami ........ 150 Marks, Chris ..., . . .208 MGHY. P-G0 -------..- 176 Nelson, Stephanie ..... 189 Patterson, Lana ..... . .1
Leach, Donald P ..... 191 Marks, Eugene ........ 96 MGFTGHS- MiCi109i V V 2. 176. Nerison, Eric . 62, 157, 211 Patterson, Robert .... 1
Leaman, Laurie . 188, 200 Marks, Joy .......... 175 159 Nesta, Mark ......... 189 Pawlouski, Ed ..,., 4, 11
Leatherwood, Charles. 188 Marlatt, Rebecca ..... 160 MG-'flier' Efii10 - - A - V -107 Nestor, Christine ...,, 151 179, 2
Leden, Gary ......,. 174 Marosi, Suzanna .,.... 188 M9YeF5r Tim ---- - - -203 Neswold, Amy . 4, 99, 151 Payne, Greg . . 90, 91, 1,
Lee, Blanche ........ 162 Marsh, Amy ......... 175 MiCh09i- i-0UVi9 --.--.. 160 Neubauer, Susan ..... 204 Payne, Paul ......... 1
Lee Gin ,.... 76, 79, 174 Marshall, Cynthia .... 106, Midkiff. Daniel - - - 99, 139 Neville, Dan ....,... 127 Pearson, David ..... . . 1
Lee John ........,. 150 107, 150, 200 Midkiff. TSFGSO - A V 91, 151 Nevin, Paul ..... . . 195 Peik, Elizabeth . . . 99, 15
Lee. Rebecca ....... 188 Marshall, Jacqueline . . . 80, Mikel' Pi1YiiiS -1VV---1. 157 Newhall, Brian ...,,, 189 1
Lee Won .,.... 150 208 98, 99 Miibfmkf POYTW ----,---- 80 Newman, Richard ..... 189 Pena, Abel . . . . . , .1
Legant, Steve . . . 105 188 Marshall, James ...... 188 Miller. Midieiie ---. 33. 95. Ng, Joyce ........... 200 Penn, Greg ......,.. . 17
Lehmann, Jennifer . . . 188 Martin, Brenda ....... 175 177. 201 Ng, Marcia .......... 189 Penz, Jonathan ..... . .1
Leininger, Jill. . 92, 95, 150 Martin, Laura .... 18, 167, Miller, Tim- - A 79. 177. 201 Nichol, Barry ......... 129 Pepin, Wallace L. . . . . . 1
Leininger, Tom .,.... 128 176 Millheim. David . - 99. 139 Nichols, Greg . 48, 91, 108, Perik, Carol ...,..,... 1
Lenick, Tammy ...... 188 Martin, Nathan . . 107, 150 Mills. 000 -.--.--.-V- 195 151 Perry, Mark .,... .... 1 9
i LeNoue, Bob ........ 128 Martin, Rebekah , 95, 176 Mills. pefef ----- 108. 199 Nick, Keith ..,,. 172, 178 Perry, Sue . . . 29, 152, 1
Lenz, Dan ....,,..., 125 Martin, Richard .....,. 195 Mills. VifQif1i0 -..----- 139 Nicksic, Valerie ....... 178 Peters, Dave . . 16, 42, 11
Lewis, Greg ,... 150, 155, Martin, Tom ......... 150 Mif1CeYf Chfi5f0Pi19f - - -139 Niemiec, Robert ...... 151 15
202 Marty, Stephen ..,. 44, 82, Minei Kennefh ------ 139 Nordlund, Peter .....,. 151 Peters, Jay ..... 140, 15
Lewis, Jeffrey ....... 159 188 MNZ0. 099919 --.- 92, 105. Norris, Andrea. . . 151, 157 Peterson, Bervin C. . . . . 1
Lewis, Mark ,....... 188 Marty, William .... 19, 68, 109. 151 Norris, Robin .... 178, 186 Peterson, Justine .,.... 17
Lewis. Troy ...... 96, 150 195, 198, 207 Mitchell. JOFNGS. . 100, 101. Northrop, Joy ......,. 189 Peterson, Karene ..... .
Lienemann, Randall . , 174 Martz, Earl .......,., 150 139 Northrup, Cathi ....... 151 Peterson, Susan ....... 15
Lilly, Scott N ,,....... 188 Mashlan, Eric .... 150, 157 MifCh9ii. POUI -.--.--- 151 Nowatzke, Bryan .... 120, Peterson, Todd ....... 14
1 Lima, Deborah . . . 95, 150 Mason, Jamie .... 91, 188 MifCheii, Wiiii0fT1 F -V-. 190 151 Pflugh, Howard ..... . .1
i Linberger, Greg . . . 22, 88, Mason, Ross ...,,.... 188 M0iief1k01TlPf TOUYO - - -100 Nyholm, Roy H ....... 190 Pham, Dao ..... . . . . .1
i 150, 211 Masters, Timothy . . . 100, M0fIdYf P10195 -------- 202 Nystrom, Theodore ..., 189 Phillipp, Grant ...... , .1
Lindsey, Brit ........ 138 188 M0n9d0n9r D0Ud ---- 127. Phillips, Ruthie .... 94, 9
Lindsley, Alice ....... 199 Matarrita, Henry . . 91, 106, 129 15
Lindstrom, Jay .... 20, 82, 107, 150 Montecloro. Melanie. . .199 Phillips, Tim ......... .20
104, 105, 122, 175 Mathewson, Dan .... .79 M00190m9FYr Neii --Vi 177. Philson, Elizabeth .,... 15
Line, Brent ......... 188 Mathisen, Gerlad ..... 195 190 Picard, John ......... 15
Lineburg, Renee. . 99, 175 Matta, Pierre ......... 188 Moore, Janet .... 21, 199 pierce, Kerri , , 84, 55, 14
Liston, Craig ........ 188 Matthews, Jenny ...., 202 MODIS' K9iiY -.------- 151 Pierre, Judson ...,.... 17
Liston, Jonathan .,... 138 Matthews, Robin 14, 188 Moron. Arthur --V- 35. 177 andy, Philip .... too, 140 Pike, Gregory ........ 14
Livingston, Barry. . . 79, 91, Maurer, Ruth ......... 188 M0fei0ndf D0Vid ---'-- 129 Oates, Nancy .... 21, 199 Pilditch, April ..... 95, 17
188 May, Thomas . . . 150, 222 M0f90f1f B09 ---..- 24, 86 Odenfhol, Kurr ,,,,,, 140 Pinardi. Eko . . , . . . .12
Loewen, Shawn ...., 175 Mayer, David . . . 118, 119, Morgan. i300i19f -----.- 69 Oderre, Kevin, , , 151, 200 Pinch, Jayna .... . . . . 14
Loewen, Travis ...... 188 150 M0f90f'1f M0l'iiYf1 V 195. 200 Qesrry, Lee ,,,,, 10, 178 Piper, Gregory ....... 14
Loney, David .... 99, 150 Mayer, Marvin ....... 195 Moritn. MOSOTOYUO ---- 177 Qaa, Allgn ,,,,,, 55, 140 Pircey, Tony ......... 15
Long, David ...... 4, 188 Mayne, Kenneth .,.. 176, M0ffiS. John -.----.-. 203 Qhieh, Chrisrihe ,,,,, 151 Pitcher, Karen ..,..... 15
Long. Lori ---V-- 138. 200 201 Moms' 5h0f0fi- - - - - -177 Oliver, Lynn .... 100, 151 Pinenger, Richard. . . . . 96
Lookenott, Michael . , . 175 Maynor, Dwight L. .... 189 MOFYOD. Ken --.------ 123 Qiseh, David ,,,,, 37, 173 152' 20
Lorey, Linda ........ 159 McCollum. 00fCY -4-4- 157 Mosher' Chorlofy , , O1, 151 Olsen, Jeanne ...,... 140 Pitton. Beth ..... 105, 17
Losshr Tlm0fhY i- 135 Mccduiey, Todd .. 25, 188 Mosher, Ken ,,,,,, m'12Q Olsen, Ric ....... 42, 114 Poirier, Donald .......14
L0595' Kim ----- - ' ' 175 McCIeery, David ..,... 128 Moufzl Caraiihe ,,,,,, 177 Olszewski, Bruce ..... 178 Pollard, Janet . 94, 95, 17
LOW' Jefmv ---- 175 McClellan, Karen ..... 176 Muiiey, Kimberly , 95, 139 Ondracek, MOTK ...... 208 Pdiiddr, torn ......... 152
Love, Deanne ,.... 8, 188 McConaghie, Peter .... 96, Mundy, Marvih ,,,,,,, 139 Onstott, Jerome . 151, 155, Polo, Martha ......... 179
Lowe, Lucinda ....... 188 151 Munson, Gregory ..... 151 202 P0Pef 519119 - - - - - - . 129
Lozada, Jose ,...,.... 208 McConnell, Tracy .... 151, Murphy' David ,,,, 32' oo, Oom, David ..... 82, 140 Powell, Gini .... .... 1 52
Lumodue' Rich ,,,,,,, 150 176 139 Orris, Marilyn . . . 140, 151 Powell, Virginia. . . . . .95
Lundgren, Julie . . . 95, 109, McCormack, Mark ..... 188 Murphy, Debarah , QQ' 177 Ortlieb, Linda ........ 140 Powell, William ....... 195
175, 199 McCoy, Gary ......... 212 Murphy' geah , , , 108' 177 Oseid, Diana ,........ 152 Pratt, Chikako ........ 141
Lunow, Jon ...... 82, 201 McDowell, Christy ..... 188 Murphy, Tray , , , 5, 28' Q1' Ostrander, Timothy .... 191 Pratt, Timothy ........ 141
Lunow, Sherri ........ 199 McDowell, Mark ..,... 188 189 0100, Jemimoh ----'-- 152 Pieikf COf0l .---4 ---- 1 99
218 ?S5i...fa?iCfiEfw.11ii?s5i?: 25305134
esnell, Horry ,...... 141
im, Corol ..... 141, 224
otsmon, Trish ....... 199
ouse, Rondoll. . 179, 187
ouse, Rondy ..,..,. 108
ooy, Koren .... 91, 141
ffer, Keith . . . ..., .141
ffet. Wendy . . . . .141
gyoo, Nord . . . . . .195
tcell, Koten . . . . . .180
tcell, Kim ... ...152
le, Storlus . . . . . .180
on, Su-Ok ... ...141
uiggle, Greg . . ,
. bin, Noel .....
chol, Jomes . .
ckley, Tim .....
ins, Melisso . . .
. . . . .29
msey, Dove ....... 208
ndone. Brion . .
ney, Jonothon ..... 127
ney, Poul . , ....... 196
ney, Rebecco. . 85, 141
ngel, Corlos . .
nkin, Virginio . .
quet, Gerold ,..,, . . 196
schet, Korl ....,.... 141
schet, Leonord ...., 196
smussen. Michoel . . . 141
vesloot, Soroh ...... 152
ybin, Noel . . .
. 00, 106
ed, Kelly ...... 34, 152
ed, Robyn .... 141
ehl. Jill . 42, 48, 95, 180,
es, John ......
gier, Rochel . . .
hbine. Jeffrey . .
icheld, Williom .
igel, Somuel , , .
.. 8, 14,
imer, Lorilee ....... 141
iner, Byron .... 41, 152
ist. Timothy . . .
mmers, Phil . . .
pke, Robert ii..... 180
steo, John ....
eusch, Annie . . .
eyes, Arthur . . .
hodes, Morv . . .
ice, Alvin ..,...
ice, Toni . . 100, 109, 180
ich, Theodore . .
Ptichotdson, Tom . 158, 160
incon, Cloudio. .
oborts, Tory . 14, 95, 141
oberts, Kothy . .
obinson, Dole . .
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In on effort to keep the Persion Gulf open to
novigotion, the U.S. begon in July to escort
vessels to protect them from Iron. In Sep-
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poured into medicol reseorch ond Pres-
ident Reogon hos procloimed the
4, plogue "Public Heolth Enemy No. 11'
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Schmidt, Jonathan Taylor, Lori ..,...
Rockwell, Mark .... 90, 91,
Roemmich, John . 114, 153
Rogers, Lori ...... 91, 141
Rogers, Russ .......... 18
Romeis, Christopher . . .
Ronning, Daniel .A....
Rork, Steve ..........
Rose, Dawn .........
Rosenberg, Kae Beth . . 95,
Ross, Paul ........... 203
Rottet, Robert ....... 153
Rounds, Rob .... 153, 200
Routhier, Renee . 160,
Rownd, Gary .....,.
Royce, Julie . . . 52, 92,
Royce, Ronald ......
Royer. Jennifer .... 67,
Rona, Michael , . . 79,
Ruben, Sarah . . . 180,
Rudy, Frederick J
Rukin, Eric .......... 141
Rundquist, Karen . . 94, 95,
Rusch, Mark .......,. 141
Rush, Mary Anne .... 141,
Russell, Chip ....,... .82
Russell, Doug . . . 181, 203
Russell, Larry .,.,.,. 153
Rust, Randall ......
Rustad, Jennifer . . .
Rutherford, Rebekah .
Ruthrauff, Mollie . . .
Rwakatore, Gertrude .
Sabel, Beth .........
Sage, Rebeca ..., 95
Salchak, Tina ........
Salna, Vita ..... 100,
Salzman, Stephanie . .
Samuelson, Jeff. . 106
Sanders, Timothy ....
Sandstrom, Steve ....
Santoso, Budi .......
Sapp, Michael .......
Sargent, Patricia . . 80
Sartor, Thomas ......
Sasaki, Setsuko . . . 99,
Sather, Sara ,.......
Sauer, Ronald . . 59, 70, 71,
Sauers, Paul . ,
Sauers, Sarah .
Saxe, Daniel . .
Sayer, Robert .
Sayre, Tom 'Dimples' . .
Scarbo, Roger ........
Schaeffer, Jim ...,....
Schantz, Kristen. . . 95,
Schell, Jane. . 95, 109,
Schlote, Michael ......
Schmidt, Daniel .... 32,
Schmidt, Kathryn .
Schmutzer, Andrew . . .
Schneider, Esther. ,
Schneider, Kathy .
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Schock, Richard ....... 196
Scholes, Darcy. . .
Schorr, Phyllis . . . 168,
Schott, Don ..,.......
Schreiber, Stephen ....
Schrenk, Debby ......
Schuler, John ......,..
Schultz, Paul ..... 67, 153
Schulze, Tim ......... 129
Schwabe, Susan , 107, 153
Scott, Ann ...... 106, 161
Share, Suzi ........... 91
Scudmore, Lea .,.....
Seburg, Roxanne .....
Sernatinger, Jamie ....
Shackelford, Robert . . .
Shackelton, Kathy .....
Shapella, Valerie .....
Shaw, Blake .... 108, 181,
Sheldon, Dave .... 3, 207
Shermett, Steve . 144, 153,
Sherwood, Jennifer ,.., 141
Shickley, Steve .... 35, 88,
Tharp, Tom . .
Thiel, Darcy .... 109, 183
Thomas, Joe ......... 200
Thomas, Kaye .,..... 161
Thomas, Laura . . . 95, 132,
Thomas, Steve ....... 154
Thompson, Charles .... 95,
Thompson, Jill . 33, 95, 183
Thompson, Karla .... 154
Thompson, Philip 183, 201
Thomson, Shawn .... 142
Thonnes, Amber 142, 213
Thorsen, Fride ......,. 129
Thrasher, William . 43, 197
Tijerina, Eric . . . . . . .142
Timko, Barry . . , . . . ,197
Tober, Arthur. . . 100, 142
Tobey, Mark .......,. 103
Tobin, John ..... 105, 154
Todd, Alex .......... 154
Tokunaga, Emi ....,., 142
Tollefson, Brenda . 99, 142
Tornquist, Mindi ....... 142
Touey, Delores ....... 202
108, 109, 182
Shickley, Sue .... 20, 108,
Shields, Harry ........ 196
Shimandle, Del ....... 182
Shoberg, LisaJoy ...... 182
Siebold, Paul ..,...,.. 203
Sifford, Alan .... .... 1 41
Simmelink, Ken ...... 196
Simmelink, Lisa .,..... 141
Simmons, Douglas. 96,
Simms, Rupert. . .
Sisson, Lisa . . 3, 63, 66, 67,
Sisson, Rick ..........
Skinkle, Heidi .... 95,
Slater Kevin. 28, 100, 141
Small, Sydney ........ 153
Smart, David .,....... 197
Smith, Dan .......... 129
Deborah .... 25, 99,
220 ENLARGEMENT: INDEX
Smith, Donald .... 96, 153
Smith, Jennifer ....... 141
Smith, Jessica . . .... 141
Smith, Kelly ......... 127
Smith Spencer . . 108, 182
Smith Timothy . . 129, 182
Smith, Yvonne . . . 95, 153
Smoll, Dino ...... 15, 153
Smoll, Kenneth . . 100, 112,
Smythe, Jeff ......,.. 127
Snoek, Frank ..... 37, 154
Snow, Dorothy .....,.
Snyder, Andrew . . 99,
Somerville, Jeff ,......
Son, Won Jae .....,..
Soulek, Susanna ....,.
Sourisseau, Angela ....
Sourisseau, Frederic . . .
Spahr, Peter .... 154, 203
Speer, Susan ..... 95, 142
Spencer, Christine . . 100,
Spencer, Dan .... 34,
Sprecher, Jeff .....,..
Springer, Felix ........ 154
Stacy, John .,.... 91, 142
Stadt, Heidi . . 67, 105, 154
Stam, Terry ..... 180, 182
Stankus, David . , 115, 154
Stanley, Jeffrey ....... 142
Stanley, Mark .....,.. 127
Stauffer, Farrel ....... 182
Staveness, Jody ...... 142
Stearns, Greg .... 88, 100,
Stedman, Lila . . .... 142
Steere, Lindley ....... 197
Steeves, Cynthia, 197, 207
Steinberg, Eric .... 19, 164,
Steiner, Brock . . . 107, 183
Steiner, Kent. 91 114, 142
Stella, Tony ..,.. .... 2 02
Stephens, Michael .,... 154
Stevens, Matthew .... 154
Stewart, Alissa. . . . . . .142
Stirewalt, Teresa . 43, 121,
148, 183, 192, 197
Stirling, Alan .... 82, 154
Stowell, Joseph M . . 7, 50,
54, 58, 142, 191
Stowell Jr., Joe .... 58, 79,
Stowers, Jack . , . 100, 154
Stoyle, Simon ........ 142
Stralnic, Esther .... 85, 183
Stralow, Regina ...... 142
Strandt, Terry ........ 197
Streacker, Robert .....
Streeter, Ryan ....
Strietelmeier, Debra . . .
Strietzel, David .......
Stroup, Paul .... ......
Strube, Timothy ......
Stubbs, Solea ...,....
Suess, Amy ..... 142
Suhayda, Timothy .....
Sullivan, Bryan .......
Sunnerville, Sue ,.....
Suozzo, Joseph .......
Surin, Lynn ..... 150
Sutter, Susan .........
Svec, Valerie ........
Swartz, Matthew . 96
Swatek, Marti ..., 37,
Sweeney, Wendy .....
Sweeting, David ......
Sweeting, George , 54,
Sweezey, Jodie . . . 33,
Swink, Cliff .. . ... .
Takacs, Lori. 100, 101,
Taki, Richard .........
Talbot, Brian ........,
Tallmadge, E. Richard. .
Tallman, Becky .......
Tallman, Raymond. . .
Talmage, Trevor . 154,
Tamplin, Brad ........
Tanner, Paul .........
Taufalele, Daniel .....
Taylor, Dan . . . 82, 91, 201
Taylor, Sheri .....
Tazelaar, Debra . .
Terwilleger, Alan B ....
Thacker, Karen . . .
Thar, Jonathan . . .
Tran, Holm ......,... 129
Trim, Jeanine . 52, 95, 183
True, Michael ....... 154
Truman, Rhonda ..... 154
Trumbower, Dana . . . 118,
Tsinglou, Luther ..... . .8
Tully, Kathy Jo . , 100, 154
Turner, Rosemary ..,. 197,
Turner, Timothy ,.... 142
Turpin, Tim ......... 183
Twist, Karen ...... 4, 155
Ukung, Yus . . . . . . 127
Van Gorder, Jim ..... 129
Van Kanegan, Dawn . . 28,
Van Winen, Philip .... 197,
Van Wyhe, Brad. . . 82, 96,
Vander Ark, Rene . . . 99.
Vander Ende, Sherie . . .28
Vander Laan, Timothy
Vander Meiden ...... 161
Vander Sande, Patricia
Vander Velde, Daniel . . 142
Vanderveen, Jack ..... 142
Vanderwerf, Lisa . 95 155
Velasco, Angela ...... 106
Vergoz, John ........ 155
Vermeer, Gerrit. . 126 127
Vick, Holly ..... 155 157
Vigna, Nancy .... 99, 122,
Vile, Matthew. . . 100, 142
Vincent, James ....... 197
Vinlasaca, Roger .... 155,
Visco, Frank .... . . .184
Vizzini, Suzanne ...... 142
Vizzini, Tony .... . , .155
VonBusch, James .....
Voss, Larry .......... 1
Voss, Timothy . . . . . . .1
Wagner, Kevin ....... 2
Walker, Bryan .... 96, 1
Walker, Carolyn ...... 1
Walker, Todd ......., 1
Wallace, Patrick ...,.. 1
Waller, Adrian ....... 1
Walton, John ........ 1
Walton, Judie . . . 155, 1
Wanalo, Mary .... 62, 1
Warden, Lana .... 99, 10
Warren, Andrew. 155, 2
Warren, Kerry ........ 1
Warren, Peggy ....... 1
Warren, Tim . 82, 155, 2
Worth, Kimberley ..... 15
Wartluft, Laurel .... 59, 7
Wate, Kimberly . 109, 18
Watson, Stephanie . . . 10
Weber, Allan ..,..,.. 14
Weck, Elizabeth ...... 14
Wegener, Andrew . 78, 7
Wehr, Kelly .......... 2
Weidenaar, Randal . , . 7
Weiner, Sandra ....... 15
Weininger, Kristie ..... 12
Weller, John .... 100, 14
Wells, Paul . 106, 155,22
Wertz, Becky .......
Wertz, Dean ........
Wertz, Michael . . . 59, 15
West, Anthony . . . 91
Westadt, Dawn. . . 18,
Westhoff, Gotthard .... 15
Whaley, Howard A .... 19
Whang, Un Young . 59, 7
Wheeler, Anita . . . 95, 14
Wheeler, Edward ..... 19
Wheeler, John ....... 18
Whitocre, Carla .... 65, "
White, Becky ........ 15
White, David .... 96, 14
White, Essie .......... 16
White, Jodi .. 91, 100, 15
Whitford, Kevin. . . 17, 10
Whitlow, Barry . . 143, 20
Whitmer, Dan ........ 14
Whittington, Twanna . . 2 .
Wick lll, Stephen ...... 1
Widder, Wayne ...,,. 19
Widholm, Erik ..., 96, 15.
Wiebe, Chad .... 96, 141i
Wiersma, John ....... 143
Wiggins, Dave Ace .... 200
Wikstrom, Kay ....... 143
William Mitchell, Jr ...., 59
Williams, Anita ........ 95
Williams, Barbara ,,... 155
Williams, Eugene ..... 199
Williams, Jeff ........ 202
noi-Jen. . . :37, eo,
illiamson, Kent ..... 155
anis, Tiffany .A.. 10, 155,
ills, Paul W ........, 190
ilson, Christopher .... 143
ilson, Jeff ..... 108, 155
ilson, Ken .... 126, 127
ilson, Lonnie . 76, 82,
inans, Deanna. . 95,
indle, Stephen . . 96, 143
ineinger, Kristi . 185, 207
interhalter, Paul ..... 143
inters, Jim ......... 127
ise, Donald ...,.... 198
it, Gerrit ..,......,. 190
itt, Timothy ........ 155
itwer, Keith . 88, 96, 143
olff, Bruce ...,..... 129
omeldorf, Ronald .... 185
ong, Chun-Chiu ..... 143
oo, Jennifer .....,.. 155
ood, Keith ...,..... 155
ood, Sean .........
ood, Tom .,........ 199
oodburn, Robert O . .191
oodier, David ....... 161
Orster, Dan .... 128, 129
orthington, Deanna . . 91,
150, 153, 156
Jennifer . . 95, 105,
John ..... 72, 156
uerffel, Mark .......
ysong, James ......
Samuel. . . 87, 143
obuki, Roy ..... 96, 161
ager, Susan. . 92, 95, 185
ahr, Liz ......,..... 199
arrow, Melody ...,.. 143
ensan, Christopher . . .143
ie, Jong .......,... 143
ingling, Kelly .... 25, 29,
ingling, Scott A... 99, 156,
ip, Albert .......,.. 199
oder, Elizabeth ....... 14
oung, Jonathan .... 100,
oung, Kirk .......... 156
oung, Timothy .. 96, 185
ounger, Laura .... 48, 57,
aharek, Ruth. . . 199, 201
' aharek, Stu ......... 199
,'ahn, Paulette . . . 91,
ang, Catherine . . 95,
Y arate, Manuel ....... 156
V ebell, Claudia ,...... 198
' enisek. Dawn ....... 156
ettek, Paul .,... 96,
Zidon, James .... 79,
Zimmerman, Randall . .185
Zinn, Thomas .,...... 161
Zoetemon, Keith ...... 143
1988 Arch Staff
Rosalie de Rosset
Paul Ward Krause
Dark Room Technician
Paul Ward Krause
Taylor Publishing Company of Dallas, Texas, print-
ed 1550 copies of the 1988 Arch. Mrs. Cathy LaVal-
Iee was the sales representative.
LifeTouch Photos of Chicago, Illinois, shot, de-
veloped, and printed all of the underclass mugs and
the senior portraits. Color photos were printed by
Standard Photo, Chicago, Illinois. Aviation photos
were done by Coleman's Studio, Elizabethton, Ten-
nessee. The remainder of black and white pho-
tographs were printed by staff technician, Frederic
Sourisseau. The Arch photographers shot, devel-
oped, and printed over 3600 Tri-X exposures.
The cover was a custom designed lithocote print-
ed wrapped around 150 point binders board,
smyth sewn and rounded and backed. The cover
color was maroon printed in 801, screen with 1001,
3 pt. rule lines and silver foil stamp. Endsheets were
printed in 4-color on 65? stock with different design
front and back.
All body copy and captions were set in Serif
Gothic type between 8 and 12 point. All copy
throughout the Arch is set justified. The Headlines
vary between sections. The folio copy was in 12
point Serif Gothic. The index was set in 7 point Serif
Gothic. All copy was prepared, submitted, and
fitted using Taylor's TypeVision software program.
The 1988 Arch staff would like to thank the large
group of people whose cooperation was necessary
to complete the book. Mr. Tim Wise of Public Relations
and Ms. Lori Hippard of Graphic Services aided in
production. Especially appreciated are all those who
contributed stories, photos, and ideas to the Arch staff.
Notable mention would also include Jennifer Carrier,
layout artist and liason at Moody Aviation School, her
efforts eased the production of the flight school pages.
Special thanks go to Mrs. Cathy LaVallee, Taylor
Publishing sales representative, who labored far be-
yond any of our expectations. Her faith in Christ al-
lowed her to see the special needs of a Christian
institution and yearbook.
The staff would also like to extend heartfelt thanks
to faculty advisor Miss Rosalie de Rosset for her di-
rection in the production of the Arch. Her aid extended
off the printed pages of this book and into our lives
through her keen interest in our personal well-being.
The staff desires that every reader of the 1988 Arch
would know of the new life available in Jesus Christ.
On the basis of His sacrificial death and resurrection,
Jesus Christ can bring each individual into a personal
relationship with God. This new life can be entered
through faith, by trusting Christ alone for personal
Further information about this new life may be
gained by contacting the school at 820 N. LaSalle,
Chicago IL 60610.
A continual looking forward to
eternal world is not a form
escapism or wishful thinking,
one of the things a Christian
meant to do. lt does not
that we are to leave the
world as it is. If you
history, you will find that
Christians who did the most
the present world were just
who thought most of the
Suppose upon strolling
the arch you were told
had only one year left to
Twelve short months to
and fulfill the gools and
of a lifetime. Merely
short seasons left in which
revel, in which to enjoy
and family, How
different our doys would
Dare to imagine how our
sunrise would become
every hour would be
precious. Our identity would
seem insignificant in light of the
consuming task of telling others
about Christ. Our greatest joy
would be pointing them to
God, our deepest comfort
would be coming to knowing
Him more fully.
Regrets would be released,
bitterness dissolved, joy
welcomed. Closely and care-
fully we would watch the little
things as we prepared to ex-
plain ourselves to a Holy God.
Yet, seventy-five years, the
average lifespan, is but a mo-
ment when compored to eter-
nity, a breath when measured
against the vast span of for-
ever. We must then pray, now:
"Teach us, oh Lord, to number
our days." Helps us to spend
them as we should. ln spending
them with an eye on eternity,
we glimpse "The Bigger Pic-
Paul Wells and Willie Katz find pleasure
in their Strong's Concordance, Maybe
they've been here too long.
Good to the last lick. Thomas May can't
believe he ate the whole thing!
Becky Boron, senior, Ginger Junek and If your Christianity isnt contagious, It
Tiffany WiIlis,juniors, and Becky Harris, may be contaminated." fChester H.
senior, all decided to brown bog it at Johnsonj Steve Shermit enthusiastically
the Labor Day Picnic. gives away the faith.
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