Spring Semester 2017 Students
First off I’m a born again Christian. I firmly believe that I have my first identity in Christ and thus it would be absurd not to begin any autobiographical note with anything other than that fact. I am twenty-one years old and live in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania with my dad, mom, and two of my three sisters. My ancestry is actually Scottish on my dad’s side so… I hope that counts for brownie points with you guys! I’ve attend church at Fairview Reformed Presbyterian church for my entire life. I’m in my third year at Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania studying History and Philosophy. I enjoy hiking and exploring places I’ve never visited before so spending the spring in Scotland should be especially fun for me! I love dogs. My favourite sports are archery, volleyball, Frisbee, and baseball. I love music and, though I’m no good at playing it, music has in many ways been the catalyst through which God has shaped me into who I am today. I’ve been told I’m a pretty easygoing guy, so take that as you like. I also love dogs. This spring I hope to meet and befriend a lot of new people from the community of Airdrie, and I pray that we would mutually encourage each other to persevere in our faith. I would greatly appreciate your prayers in these last few days before I leave as I want to be sure that I spend these days with my senior friends at Geneva who I may not get to see even after my return to the states. Lastly I would like you all to pray that in all things I, and all other Christian brothers and sisters, would be content with the Lord’s will for the betterment of his kingdom.
I am in my third year at Geneva College studying Sociology and History, and I attend Fairview Reformed Presbyterian church (PCA). I grew up in Kenai, Alaska, but my parents now live in Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania. I have five siblings, some of whom live with their families in Soldotna, Alaska, and some near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Spring Semester Schedule
12th January 2017
10th May 2017
Class starts at 9.15 am with worship
Mornings – They have assigned reading on their subjects
Afternoons – Seminars led by Teachers
Wednesday Afternoons – Cultural Trips
Rev. Andrew Quigley will teach – Church Ministry & The Christian Ministry
Dr. Tim Donachie will teach – Humanities in England and Scotland
Rev. Kenneth Stewart will teach – Systematic Theology
Mr. Stephen McCollum will teach – Life and Work of Paul
Mr. Jimmy Fisher will teach – Scottish Christian History: 1st and 2nd Scottish Reformations
Miss Beth Bogue will teach – Women’s Ministry to Women