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Commencement Week 2019

The Class of 2019 is preparing to graduate soon.  With every graduating class from ABC, more laborers are entering the harvest field of the world to sow the Gospel seed in the hearts of men.  If you are able, please join us in person or online at for some of the Commencement week activities.

Alumni Days

Alumni will be preaching in chapel on April 29-30 to challenge our student body to live for the Lord and do His will. Click here to learn more about the speakers and services.  At 6 pm on April 30th, the alumni will enjoy a meal in the cafeteria and updates from Dr. Beal.

Speech Recital

On Wednesday, May 1, students who have taken Mrs. Mason’s Speech Class will be presenting a play entitled “Just Plant the Seed.”  The recital will begin at 10 am and will be live-streamed at

Student Preaching Chapel

On Thursday, May 2 at 10 am, two graduating seniors will be preaching in the annual student preaching chapel. 

Commencement Concert

On Thursday, May 2 at 7 pm, the music department will be presenting an annual concert featuring vocal and instrumental selections.  At the conclusion of the concert, a Gospel message will be brought by Evangelist Rich Tozour.

Baccalaureate Chapel

On Friday, May 3rd at 10 am, Pastor TH Moore will be preaching and challenging the Class of 2019 to follow the Lord in faith.

Graduates’ Luncheon

At noon on May 3rd, graduates and their families will enjoy a picnic style meal in the Paul Levine Activity Center with faculty and the administration.


At 7 p.m. on May 3rd, the Class of 2019 will receive their diplomas and certificates.  Scholarship awards will also be presented during the ceremony.  The service will conclude with a Gospel message brought by ABC graduate Richard Harper who is an evangelist.

2019 Alumni Days

Alumni are a special part of ABC’s celebration of 30 years of training God’s servants for God’s service!  On April 29th and 30th, alumni will be preaching in chapel to help us close out the 2018-19 school year.  If you are in the area, please plan on joining us for at least one of these special events.

Chapel on April 29th at 10 am

Jim Kohr is member of the class of 2007 and is the pastor of Freedom Baptist Church in Havelock, NC.  After serving in the US Navy and living in PA, he came to ABC as a married student.  During his freshman year of college, he realized that he had never trusted Christ and was saved.  After graduation, the Lord led him to his current ministry in eastern NC.

Chapel on April 30th at 10:00 am

Phil Luther grew up in western NC and is a member of the class of 2010.  After his salvation and call to the ministry, he faithfully made the commute back and forth from the Hendersonville area as a single student.  After graduation, the Lord opened the door for him to become the youth pastor at Boiling Springs Baptist Church in Fletcher, NC where he is now the interim pastor.

Alumni Meal on April 30th at 6 pm

All local and visiting alumni are encouraged to attend a free meal and spend time with both new and older faculty members.  After the meal in the cafeteria, Dr. Beal will be sharing some important updates with alumni.  Children are welcome to attend. Childcare will be provided for the meeting after the meal.  Please RSVP by emailing Kim Conley at [email protected].  Be sure to include the number in your party.

Come join us for two days of preaching and fellowship as we prepare for the Class of 2019 to enter the harvest!

30th Anniversary Bible Conference

ABC will be celebrating thirty years of training God’s servants for God’s service at its annual Bible Conference on March 18–22. Graduates will speak in each of the services, and alumni will lead congregational music and provide special music in many of the services during the week.

All services will be live-streamed and available for viewing on the college YouTube channel. Messages will also be available on the college website.

Speaker Schedule

9:50 AM 7 PM
Monday Tim Mason
Roland Mills
Nathan Deatrick
Evening Devotions Anthony Hipps
Tuesday Brenson Jennings
Billy Abbott
Billy Ingram
Evening Devotions Christian Guzman
Wednesday Tim Schmidt
Kenny Hamm
Local church services
Local church services
Thursday Tom Krampert, Sr.
Finley Cutshaw
Richard Harper
Evening Devotions Ben Haupt
Friday Steven Chambers
Mike Westmoreland
Dwight Smith

Special Events

Each night, special people will be recognized for their contribution to ABC through the years.

Alumni vs. Students Basketball Game

Tuesday, March 19, 2:30 PM: Paul Levin Activity Center

Men from the graduating classes of yesteryear will challenge the dormitory men to a basketball game in the gymnasium. Alumni planning on playing should email Jeremiah Clark at [email protected] to let him know you plan on playing.

Annual Board of Directors Luncheon and Meeting

Thursday, March 21, 12 noon: Paul Levin Activity Center

ABC board members and their wives will enjoy a nice noon meal before the annual board meeting to be held at 1:00 PM.

Founder’s Day Picnic

Friday, March 22, 12 noon: Paul Levin Activity Center

Classes will be cancelled after chapel so friends and guests can join the ABC student body, faculty, and staff for a delicious meal.

Norman Johnston Commemorative Coin

On the last night of the 2018 annual missions conference, ABC, in cooperation with WWNTBM in Kings Mountain, NC, presented a commemorative coin in memory of missions professor Norman Johnston. This attractive coin is not only a reminder of Brother Johnston, but also the important work he was called to do.

All proceeds will go as a gift to Mrs. Joy Johnston. These commemorative coins can be used as a personal reminder of the importance of sharing the Gospel. They can also be used to challenge others to do their part in spreading the Gospel message. Buy one today!

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Valentine’s Concert

Dan and Heidi FoxOn February 2 at 6:30 PM, ABC graduates Daniel and Heidi Fox will be presenting the annual Valentine’s Concert at ABC. This musically-gifted duo serves the Lord with their children at First Baptist Church in Wayland, MO, where Daniel is the assistant pastor.

The students and staff will enjoy a banquet in the gymnasium at 5:00 PM. Friends and alumni are welcome to join us for the concert in the RA Torrey Auditorium at 6:30 PM.

Spring 2019 Opening Revival

Join the student body January 7–11 for the 2019 Spring Opening revival at ABC! Evangelist Jake D’Andrea is an ABC graduate and will be preaching all of the 10:00 AM services throughout the week. Dr. Ron Comfort, the founder of ABC, will be preaching the 7:00 PM evening services (no Wednesday night service).

Start off your new year by joining us and watching the services live at

Evangelist Jake D’Andrea
Evangelist Jake D’Andrea

Dr. Ron Comfort
Dr. Ron Comfort

2018 End-of-Year Giving

Dear Friend:

A gift has been defined as something that is willingly given to someone. God has certainly given us many gifts here at Ambassador Baptist College during 2018. He has given us new faculty and staff members who have a strong burden for training men and women for ministry. He has raised up young men and women who are serious about the ministry to join our student body. Every person in our college family is a gift from God.

Recently, I was speaking with the father of one of our students who was visiting the campus. During the course of our conversation, he told me, “My son is a different man compared to when he first came to ABC.” He continued to share with me how his son has grown and matured in the Lord. This father’s delight was a gift from God. Every life at Ambassador that is transformed by the Word of God is a gift.

In a season where the giving of gifts is commonplace, let us never forget the greatest gift given to men, the Lord Jesus Christ. His death on the cross enabled us to receive “the gift of eternal life” found in Romans 6:23. My prayer is that our students will share the news of this gift around the world in the years to come.

In years past, ABC has been dependent upon the gifts of friends like you to accomplish the work of training men and women for the ministry. This year is no exception. As we end 2018, we find ourselves in need of some special help due to unexpected expenses and lower income in the latter half of the year.

To finish the year in the black and to be ready to start the spring semester, we are praying that God will provide $100,000 in the final weeks of the year. Our students have labored to pay their school bills, our staff has been diligent in their stewardship of the college finances, and we are trusting the Lord to provide for our needs.

Would you pray about a gift to help us in the closing days of this year? All gifts are tax-deductible and will be used to help us in our mission of training young people for the ministry. You may give online right here, or you may send a gift to the college.

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I pray that you and your family will have a wonderful Christmas season as you celebrate the One who is Wonderful, Counsellor, and the Prince of Peace (Is. 9:6). Thank you for your prayers and support for ABC.

An ambassador for Christ,

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Master of Ministries Degree Available Online

Are you a pastor, evangelist, or missionary who finished Bible college but would like to get more training? A few years in the ministry sometimes reveals the need for more training.

ABC is happy to offer a 32-hour Master of Ministries program online. This program consists of eight four-hour modules and can be done at home or abroad while serving in the ministry. Experienced teachers, practical training, and the ability to stay in your current ministry are just a few of the reasons to consider applying.

Get more information here.

Rekindle Youth Conference

Fall is quickly approaching and so is the Rekindle Youth Conference at ABC! Join us on Saturday, November 10 at 10:00 AM for a day filled with fun, food, and preaching! Evangelist Jake D’Andrea will be preaching Bible messages geared toward teens. Get more information here and download flyers and registration forms.

Hurricane Florence and Campus Safety

This weekend, Hurricane Florence will make landfall on the coast of North and South Carolina. Ambassador Baptist College is committed to the safety of its students and staff at all times, but especially so in the time of inclement weather.

The college is receiving daily briefings from state and local authorities concerning the track of the storm and its impact. As with past storms, the college anticipates high winds and heavy rainfall once the storm arrives. Because of the proposed path of the storm and the distance the college is from the coast, we do not foresee a need for evacuation at this time.

The Dean of Students office stands ready to assist and direct all dormitory students. Our facilities department is prepared for possible power outages that may come as a result of the storm. The college is prepared to provide food for resident students in the event that they are restricted to campus due to weather.

Students and staff will be contacted via the college messaging system for further updates and instructions.