Missions - Our National Partners
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Daniel and Rosalie Anderson - Appalachian Bible College of Mount Hope, WV
For almost 30 years, the Andersons have been teaching young servants of Christ that "Life is For Service." During his presidency, the College has undertaken a major campus development plan, building a gymnasium/conference center, a 28-unit married student housing complex, a guest lodge, a chapel/music hall, a maintenance facility, and The Servant Center. He also led in the securing of accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, the development of the college’s strategic plan (Our Path for Servants), and implementation of a graduate studies program and on-line studies. More information is available at http://www.abc.edu/.
The Andersons are sponsored by the Cupbearers Sunday School Class.
Tim and Eileen Clark - Pre-field Administrators for Baptist Missions to Forgotten People
Learn more about Tim Clark's work as a pre-field administer at www.timdclark.com. Bro. Clark was ordained by Berean. After serving as a pastor and missionary in Germany, the Clarks returned to the states to help raise awareness of the need for global outreach. Contact Brother Clark by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Clarks are sponsored by the Growing in Grace Ladies SS Class.
National Center for Life and Liberty
The National Center for Life and Liberty was established to fulfill a pressing need at this critical time in our nation's history. NCLL serves to protect and defend the Bible-based values upon which our nation was founded. NCLL endeavors to protect and defend these important foundational areas that support our freedoms: Life Values, Constitutional Values, Church Liberty, Christian Education, and Homeschool Education.
Attorney David Gibbs III speaks at Berean annually and serves as our legal counsel when needed. Learn more at www.NCLL.org.