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The Current of God’s Will

Written by David Teo The voice of my childhood spoke in chapel a couple weeks ago; but Phil Vischer—the founder of Big Idea Productions, creator of VeggieTales, and voice of Bob the Tomato—spoke less of how he provided Christian entertainment to children, and more of...

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Montreat College to Host Annual Pops Concert on May 6

Montreat College will host its annual Pops Concert on Saturday, May 6 at 7 p.m. in Montreat's Anderson Auditorium. Musical selections for this year's concert will include "My Shot!" from Hamilton, "The Impossible Dream" from Man of La Mancha, "The Toreador Song" from...

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Montreat College Reaches Semifinals of North Carolina Ethics Bowl

Montreat College reached the semifinals of North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities’ (NCICU) sixth annual Ethics Bowl held February 17 and 18 at the State Legislative Complex in Raleigh, N.C. Montreat College advanced to the semifinals for the second...

Montreat College Announces Opening of Exercise Science Lab

Montreat College announced today the opening of a new Exercise Science Lab on its Montreat campus. Work on the lab commenced this past summer and was completed in time for use this semester. The lab is located In Morgan Hall, which is home to the college's Exercise...

Montreat College to Host Reformation Remembrance Concert February 25

Montreat College will host "Reformation 500: A Remembrance Concert" at 7:30pm on Saturday, February 25 in the college's Graham Chapel. The concert is free and open to the public. On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, the concert will take a look...

Montreat College to Celebrate Winter Commencement on December 17

Montreat College will celebrate Winter Commencement exercises at 2 p.m. on Saturday, December 17, in Anderson Auditorium in Montreat. Montreat will award diplomas to 115 students who have completed undergraduate and graduate degrees. Ms. Christy Lynn Gainus, School of...