Lillian Rolf, the lady and her house, stood silent guard, over the south campus for years, seeing many students walk past her on the sidewalk from Witmer to Founders, Bethany, Schultz, or even First Missionary Church.
Samuel Morris’s dream had been one day to return to Liberia to tell his countrymen of his faith in Christ. The Morris Center in Greenville, complete now with a statue of Samuel that once stood on the Fort Wayne campus and later in Morris Hall, is a physical reminder of that hope and the fulfillment of that dream.
Glenn Repp may not know Christ today had it not been for Fort Wayne Bible Institute -- and he didn’t even go there.He believes his connection to Fort Wayne Bible Institute was “God’s providence,” something he emphasizes when sharing his testimony. Read the story of Glenn and Vi
While kayaking on the St. Mary's River, Kaufman caught the majesty of God’s creation through his camera lens -- and never lost his awe. Jonathan Kaufman recently started selling his art in the form of calendars.
Class of 1966 50th Class Reunion fulfilling
Class of 1966 had around 35 return for their 50th reunion. Those who sent biographies and photos received a 50th Reunion Memory Book. At the Saturday complimentary breakfast at the Alumni Center, a video review of their years at FWBC was played. Here is that video