Live too far away? Afraid of driving in bad weather? Scheduled to work over the weekend? Consider one of these creative ways you can join us, whether you live across town or on the other side of the world.
Parents’ Weekend and Christmas Concert
December 2 – 4, 2016
Families, alumni, friends, and neighbors are invited to the AFLBS Campus, December 2-4 for our annual Parents’ Weekend and Christmas Concert. A host of activities are planned for this festive Christmas weekend for all members of the family to enjoy.
Saturday, December 3 at 7:00 p.m. and
Sunday, December 4 at 4:00 p.m. (supper served afterwards)
Featuring the AFLBS Concert Choir, Proclaim Choir, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, and Seminary Chorus
Over 500 alumni and friends gathered to celebrate 50 years of AFLBS ministry
Campus was bustling during the last weekend of July, with hundreds of friends and alumni gathering to reunite and fellowship with old friends and praise God for fifty years of faithfulness to the Association Free Lutheran Bible School.
“It truly was a joy to have so many alumni and friends make it a priority to come for the 50th Anniversary of AFLBS,” current Dean of AFLBS Pastor Joel Rolf said. “It was great to have so many families come with children and youth to enjoy the events planned for them. We praise the Lord for the many generous gifts given for scholarships, and look forward to helping many more students come study God’s eternal Word at AFLBS.”
The Bible. It wasn’t a trick question.
Did you go to Bible camp this summer? Or FLY 2015?
Take that time in the Word of God and multiply it by 64.
What if you could spend not just one week, but 64 weeks studying the Bible?
May 2016 marked the completion of post graduate degrees for faculty and staff at the Free Lutheran Schools.
Dr. Mark Olson, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Director of Institutional Effectiveness, completed a Doctor of Ministry in the Gospel in Church and Culture track from Knox Theological Seminary, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Larry Walker, Librarian, completed a Master of Library and Information Science degree through the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Walker completed this degree in 2.5 years in order to fulfill a TRACS accreditation requirement.
Founded in 1964 by the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations (www.aflc.org), the Free Lutheran Schools include a two year post-secondary program (Association Free Lutheran Bible School- www.aflbs.org) and a four year pastoral training program at the Masters of Divinity Level (Association Free Lutheran Theological Seminary- www.aflts.org). The Free Lutheran Schools Corporation is a candidate member of the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS, www.tracs.org).
The 2016-17 school year is just around the corner! We are excited to see what God will do in the lives of students as they study His Word.
AFLBS move-in day is Sunday, September 4. Orientation takes place on September 5 and 6. Classes begin on Wednesday, September 7.
Parents and incoming and returning students: please find the orientation schedule below.
Fall Orientation Schedule 2016
God didn’t create us to live solitary, isolated lives. He created us to have fellowship with Him and one another.
The AFLC Schools announces the hiring of Heather Olson as First Impressions and Administrative Assistant, effective June 1, 2016. Olson will be working primarily in the main AFLBS office with responsibilities in the areas of first impressions and administrative support.
Originally from Astoria, Oregon, Olson is a 2000 graduate of AFLBS and a 2014 graduate of Crown College, where she received a degree in Christian ministries with a minor in counseling.