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evangel

1. Archaic the gospel of Christianity
2. any of the four Gospels of the New Testament
3. any body of teachings regarded as central or basic
4. US an evangelist
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At OTC, more than 300 staff members and 100 students have already been trained, while Drury and Evangel have had extra emphasis on training student leaders and people in campus housing.
Before stint at Aflac, Evangel was senior vice president and enterprise risk officer for MetLife There she developed and led the global enterprise risk management unit together with a cross-functional team in over 50 countries.
172; Florence Bush, "Visit to the Dead Sea," Christian Evangel, May 19, 1914, p.
9) "Nineteen hundred years ago, holy men foretold just such events as are now transpiring, to be fulfilled in the 'end' time," wrote Latter Rain Evangel editor Anna Reiff in January of 1931.
A fairer barometer is Brock Berlin, Brent Rawls and Josh Booty -- all quarterbacks who preceded him at Evangel Christian.
Shedd, newspaper adviser for The Lance at Evangel University, is a media professor and has served as vice president of the Association of Christian Collegiate Media (ACCM).
PO Box 189, 200 Evangel Way, Nappanee, IN 46550-0189
Michael Kolstad, Evangel University, Music Department, 1111 N.
Kennedy, news editor of Today's Pentecostal Evangel magazine, a publication of the militantly evangelistic Assemblies of God denomination, put it bluntly: "Many believe the key to reaching boys and girls is to go beyond the church walls.
Everyone in football learned what De La Salle was all about in its historic game against Evangel Christian Academy of Shreveport, LA--the first high school football game ever nationally televised.
His stories have appeared in Callaloo, Shooting Star Review, AIM, Evangel, and Readers' Break.