AGTS and the AG Chaplaincy Ministries hosted a luncheon
in honor of American military veterans on March 23, 2006.
Over 400 veterans attended.
Featured guests included Vietnam
veteran and Purple Heart recipient Dave Roever. Roever
shared his story of survival in Vietnam and how he
is mentoring other injured veterans to make a difference
for the kingdom of God.
Dr. Charles Nestor has started a
which features pastoral addresses on issues like abortion
and evolution. Throughout the site, Nestor emphasizes
the standard by which all truth is to be measured is
the Bible, which confronts, brings moral clarity and
For over 30 years, Nestor has been
known for his outstanding preaching, teaching and writing
ministry. Before multiple sclerosis led to his retirement,
he pastored a rapidly growing church in Virginia for
On February 7, 2006, AGTS hosted Nigerian
artist Ibiyinka Alao. Alao was named Nigeria’s
Ambassador of Art in 2001 after winning a prestigious
United Nations International Art Competition. He has
toured the world displaying his work, which often opens
doors to discussions of biblical principles with non-Christians
in universities and top levels of world governments.
Alao’s African culture
and his people’s ancient
history are reflected in the colors and imagery he uses.
Throughout his childhood, his father encouraged him to
express himself through painting. The stories his father
used to impart moral wisdom are often the subject of