Ambassador Baptist College is happy to host Virtual College Days for prospective students on February 11-12. Whether you are in a Christian school or homeschool, you can join us for two days of preaching, classes, and fun!
Ambassador Baptist College is pleased to recognize our Honors students from the Fall 2020 semester. During this term, approximately half of our students made the Honor Roll, Dean’s List, or President’s List. These achievements represent a great investment of time and diligent effort on the part of the students, and they have been aided by the encouragement, prayers, and support received from their families and friends. We are thankful for every student who is doing their best to please our Lord and to prepare for present and future ministry. We hope these achievements will be an encouragement to others to “press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.” It is our desire and prayer that each of our students, staff and faculty members would hear “Well done, good and faithful servant” at our Master’s return. Congratulations to each student who has earned academic honors as listed below!
Semester GPA of 4.0
Semester GPA of 3.50–3.99
semester GPA of 3.00–3.49
Undergraduate students who are full-time students and graduate students who are taking six credits or more are eligible.
How is Ambassador Baptist College able to provide an affordable education to those who are training for the ministry? Every year, a number of local churches and friends give at the end of the year because they believe in the importance of training men and women for full-time service.
God has allowed ABC to provide on-campus instruction to the students for this fall semester. Knowing that the year 2021 may provide some uncertainties concerning COVID, it will be very important to enter the new year with our budget met. Our goal is $100,000 by December 31st.
Would you pray about giving a tax-deductible gift to ABC by the deadline to help us train God’s servants for God’s service? May God bless you for sharing in our burden to train preachers and Christian workers.
ABC graduates Michael and Nora Deatrick are serving the Lord as missionaries in the Solomon Islands. In this brief video, they ask the question, “What does it take to be a missionary?” The most important qualifications for missionary service may surprise you. Download this video to show to your teens or even to your entire congregation for a missions emphasis.
More missionaries are needed today than ever. Be willing to go and to share this video with others.
ABC is sad to announce that the Rekindle Teen Conference scheduled for Saturday, November 14th has been cancelled. Due to the coronavirus regulations imposed by the State of North Carolina, we will not be able to accommodate the large amount of visitors that we customarily have on our campus during the conference.
However, there is some good news! The next Rekindle Teen Conference will be held on Saturday, November 13, 2021. Youth leaders and teens, mark your calendar and plan on joining us for a day filled with fun and Bible preaching.
Did you know that the disciples lived in a time of political chaos and uncertainty? The Roman Empire overtook the land of Israel and the family of Herod the Great was in control. John the Baptist was killed for being a mouthpiece of righteousness. Religious leaders were scheming to kill Jesus and to turn the government against Him. People were confused about who Jesus Christ was.
In the midst of those days, what did Jesus ask His disciples to do? In Matthew 16:24, He asked the disciples to “Follow Me.” The request of Jesus in those days still rings loud and true today. He is asking His children to follow Him.
The theme for the new school year is Follow Jesus. In the midst of political unrest and the uncertainties provoked by COVID-19, we are asking our college family to follow Jesus like they have never followed Him before. Pray for all of us at Ambassador to follow Jesus without reserve and wholeheartedly in this challenging day.
The disciples followed Jesus in a unique day and you can too!
Ambassador Baptist College is excited to open its doors for the 2020-21 school year. The college is committed to giving the student the highest quality in-class education in a healthy and safe environment. The administration has developed procedures and protocols in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations.
Two documents have been developed to inform students and their parents of the college’s plans for the fall. The Reopening Plan provides a general overview of ABC’s efforts to reopen the campus. It also lists procedures to provide a health-conscious atmosphere and continuity in classroom instruction. The Guide for Parents and Students gives students an idea of what to expect when they arrive on campus for the first time. It also gives a glimpse of what students can expect throughout the semester.
ABC will maintain a regular class and chapel schedule for the semester while practicing social distancing. When social distancing is not possible, masks will be required. Please refer to the documents listed earlier for specifics.
Over the past few months, we have asked God to provide wisdom according to James 1:5. Please pray for the spiritual and physical health of our students and staff as we prepare to begin classes on August 26th.
We are excited to still be able to have Camp Barnabas this year at Ambassador Baptist College! We have all experienced adjustments to our regular routines during the Covid-19 situation, and camp will also see some minor changes.
At camp check-in, we will be doing temperature checks on all campers and sponsors who will be staying for the week. (We will not be able to accept anyone with a fever as a camper or sponsor.)
We will do daily temperature checks and health screenings for camp staff, and staff will monitor campers daily for indications of illness as well.
Housing will be arranged to provide as much distancing as possible, and only campers and camp staff will be allowed to enter camp housing facilities.
Limits will be placed on outside visitors to camp during the week.
We will be performing additional sanitizing of high-touch and high-traffic areas throughout each day and ensuring that our campus is thoroughly cleaned on a regular basis.
Recently, the governor of North Carolina issued Executive Order 147 requiring face coverings in public places where distancing is not possible. This also applies to overnight camps, so campers and sponsors will be required to bring a cloth face covering and use them in designated situations. Camp staff and counselors will also be required to use face coverings.
There are some exceptions to this policy including young children, medical conditions, strenuous outdoor exercise, and eating meals. (Please refer to the full text of Executive Order 147 for the complete list of exemptions.)
Parents or sponsors may notify camp staff at registration of any medical conditions meeting the specified criteria. We plan to use distancing when possible and face coverings where it is not feasible.
We believe the Lord wants to do great things during this week of camp and we are looking forward to a memorable week together. Please contact our office at 704-434-0303 to register for Camp Barnabas or click here Camp Barnabas Registration.
Our college family was sorrowed to learn of the passing of alumnus Billy Abbott yesterday afternoon. Billy was a member of the Class of 2001 and a full-time evangelist. He was a strong Bible preacher with a heart for people. Billy was also the director of Camp Hosanna in Hiawasee, GA. Many young people were touched by his life and ministry.
An open casket visitation for friends and family will be held on Saturday, June 13 from 5 pm to 8 pm at Shining Light Baptist Church located at 4231 Traprock Gap Road near Blairsville, GA.
A closed casket funeral service will be held at 6 pm on Sunday, June 14th at Camp Hosanna located at 2201 Pope Road in Hiawassee, GA.
A final service will be held on Wednesday, June 17th at 2 pm at Clearview Baptist Church, 3345 Goodman Road East in Southaven, MS.
Please pray for his wife Diana and their children. Cards may be sent to the Abbott family at 6795 Goodman Road, Walls, MS, 38680.
Did you know that the sun never sets on ABC graduates? They are on almost every continent proclaiming the good news of the Gospel. For this to continue, we need your help by giving to the 2020 Graduation Offering at ABC. http://ambassadors.edu/go