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A Day in the Life at Mid-America

A typical day at Mid-America consists of class, worship, fellowship, ministry, and recreation.

Some students might start their day at Mid-America with quiet Bible study in one of the school’s many lounge areas. Others hit the ground running with a quick cup of coffee in the Mid-America bookstore, a favorite spot for fellowship on campus. Here, students visit with friends, look over notes for class, and catch a few minutes of the morning news before heading to class.
   

Those who prefer early schedules pack in a few morning classes before heading to the Gurley Chapel at 11:00 a.m. for chapel service and report hour. In chapel, students take a break from their studies and are recharged through a refreshing sermon, intimate worship, and moving testimonies about their classmates’ practical missions experiences.

   

During lunch, students might choose one of the entrees in the cafeteria and enjoy friendly conversation around the table, or they may grab a snack and head upstairs for a feisty round of ping pong in the lounge. Students who enjoy sleeping late can finish the day with afternoon classes, while early birds may leave campus and head to their practical missions sites, spending the afternoon applying what they’ve learned through hands-on ministry.
   

The MABTS library has evening hours, so students can come back to campus to study, finish up homework assignments, or use the computers.   Students working on collaborative projects might make use of the many group study areas, while others tuck themselves away at individual study desks.

   

After a full day of class and ministry, students clear their minds with a game of pick-up basketball in the gym or a rejuvenating walk on the track. Students living in Mid-America student housing may watch daylight disappear as they enjoy an evening with friends on the MASH  lawn or as they watch their children play on the playground.

As the next day dawns, students are excited to see what God has in store for them at Mid-America and in their communities.

 

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