Lowell Appling, Human Resources Office Manager of the Wal-Mart Distribution Center #6077, presented a $4,000 check to Central Christian College of the Bible on Monday, April 21. The money will be used to purchase laptops for faculty and staff. Pictured are Dr. David Fincher, President; Aaron Merritt, Director of IT at CCCB; Seth Applegarth, senior student at CCCB and Wal-Mart DC employee, and Lowell Appling.
“The city of Moberly is fortunate to have the Distribution Center. It provides jobs for the community including Central students. This generous gift towards our instruction and campus needs helps all of our employees directly and our students indirectly. We are grateful for Wal-Mart's support for this important project,” commented Dr. Fincher.
Central Christian College of the Bible was established in 1957. It is a non-denominational theological college that offers undergraduate bachelor and associate degrees. The College is accredited by The Association for Biblical Higher Education, and has recently received candidacy status with the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Central’s mission is to develop servant leaders for the Church. To that end it offers baccalaureate degree programs with emphasis in the areas of Christian Leadership, Missional Occupations, Preaching Ministry, Christian Counseling, Christian Education, Biblical Research, Youth & Family Ministry, Cross-Cultural Ministry and Christian Ministries. All baccalaureate degree recipients graduate with a major in Bible in addition to their chosen emphasis.