Associated Student Body (ASB)

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Our vision is to see every student who begins their journey at EPIC finish his or her course. The Associated Student Body hopes to achieve this by standing on the “Spirit of the Law” in scripture concerning:

Unity – Our passion is to preserve the “Spirit of unity” that has been established at EPIC. Eph. 4:3 says: “being diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.”

Equality –All students are respected and valued. We promote multicultural friendships. No cliques or racial barriers. 2 Cor. 8:14 says: “At the present your plenty will supply what they need, so that in turn their plenty will supply what you need. Then there will be equality.”

Student Involvement –All participate in HELPS ministry on campus and abroad. Eph. 4:16 says: “From Him the whole body, joined and held together by every supporting ligament, grows and builds itself up in love, as each part does its work.”

Success – Our vision is for all students to become successful in whatever God has called them to. Including Graduation Day! Phil. 1:6 “Being confident of this, that He who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.”

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Alex Williams, ASB President
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My name is Alex. I first came to Trinity Life Bible College in the fall of 2007. God directed me here in that special way that He directs us all. He closed the door to the special job I wanted. He built the desire in me for education in music and ministry. Now, here I am; and if I know anything, it is that I am where God wants me to be. I am being filled with all the tools and experiences necessary for that next step in my life, whatever area of ministry it may be in, and wherever it may take me. I dream of it.

In spite of desire to be in the thick of ministry, I am content right now to be preparing for my future by attending TLBC.  I enjoy TLBC so much that I am more involved here than at my church. This is how I came to be a part of the Associated Student Body (ASB). I love to think that, for me, doing God’s will means hanging out with people at school and enjoying myself, while serving students and learning more about God.

Even though TLBC is a college, it is also a body of dedicated believers who have decided to devote their lives to God. This makes our school unique and our fellowship great! Believing that God has given me the gift of hospitality, I do my best to make students feel comfortable and get all they need during their stay. If you are one of these life-dedicated students then welcome to the family. I hope I can do the same for you, and you, in turn, can do the same for others.

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Dusty Dahlin, Vice President (Day)

I have come to Epic Bible College to get to know God better, for spiritual enrichment, and for ministerial development. Since I have been here, not only have I begun to realize my goals, but I have made lifelong friends and received further guidance for ministry. With every quarter I am enrolled at Epic, I gain more skills and greater leadership training. As I continue my education at Epic Bible College, I look forward to serving and encouraging my fellow students.

Daniel Clarke, Vice President (Evening)

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Katrina Guerrero, Day Representative

My name is Katrina and I have been a student at Epic for two years now. I chose to come to Epic, first and foremost, because God called me here. I also came here because the people are genuinely concerned with helping you become what God created and called you to be. As a Day Representative of the ASB, I look forward to serving the students in any way possible as well as continuing the family environment that I have come to love and rely upon. Those here at Epic Bible College are truly a family and of which I am blessed to be a part. 

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Paulina Quesada, ASB Secretary
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My time here at EPIC Bible College has been many seasons of spiritual preparation for what God has in store for me. The blessing of my obedience, worship, and loyalty is exactly what our Father wanted in my life. As I submitted to Him, He awakened my soul and allowed me the privilege to soar to heights that I dreamed were never possible!” God is faithfully preparing me for my destiny. He is molding me into the person He desires me to be: The kind of woman who is bold enough to know that there is greatness inside of her, but humble enough to know where that greatness comes from.  One of the many spiritual principles that I have embraced is being equipped to do God’s work is from the Lord and understanding that obedience is far better than sacrifice. Our warfare is spiritual and ever present is our lives. We must never rely on mere talent alone in our own ability to accomplish the tasks that our Lord asks us to do.  Far beyond any initial reservoir of ability, He creates in us.  We become suitable candidates because the Holy Spirit gives us all we need to complete His work.  Only then, in the fullness of humility and in reverence to a Holy God, will the silver be replaced with gold, By His divine design and arrangement; there is a price to our being chosen by the Lord. It takes a determined effort, to press through and behold the beauty of the Lord and the peace of spirituality within.  It can be seen only by a spiritual perception that is given to those who truly desire the Lord. Therefore “Many are called, but few are chosen” (Matthew 22:14.)

 

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Andrew Salibo, ASB Publications Officer 

I started attending Epic Bible College because God called me into youth and music ministries. I am pursuing my B.A. I would also like to learn more about God and be more equipped in His word. As a student at Epic Bible College I would like to share that my experience so far has been a great and interesting ride. ASB has been a part of that ride. ASB has taught me more about leadership and helping out. Going to Epic and becoming part of the ASB has been a rollercoaster ride for me, but I am learning more about myself, and building character.

 

 

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Robin Pepper, ASB Facilitator
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EPIC Bible College has changed my life.  I now have the training to effectively lead and minister to others in my local church.  The staff and students make my education enjoyable.  It is a blessing to be able to learn and grow in knowledge and spiritual wisdom.  Currently, I am in my fourth year and I am looking forward to graduating in May.  In the past few years, I have experienced life-changing friendships with those I met on campus.  My time here is the most valuable investment: a pearl of great price.  The lessons I have learned from EPIC have deposited huge amounts of treasure into my ministry and life.  I am very happy to be part of the EPIC Bible College family and serve on the Associated Student Body.

 Steve Pepper, ASB Facilitator
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I am in my second year at EPIC Bible College, and I never thought in a million years I would ever be doing anything like this.  I have learned that when God calls, I need to obey.  God has done the impossible.  He is a miracle working God.  He has opened doors by providing financial aid enabling me to go to school.  There is no question in my mind that God called me to EPIC to equip me to do His kingdom work.  He has proven to me that He is a faithful and just God.  I look forward to working in full-time ministry and using my life to glorify Him.

Tui Tikoduadua, ASB Facilitator
 

  In 2006, Tui left his home in Lautoka, Fiji to pursue a Bachelors degree in Ministerial Studies and answer the call that God had on his life. His journey to America began with an insatiable appetite for the deeper things of God and ministry.  He is involved in leadership with the Men’s Network Group and is an active member of Trinity Life Church, where he faithfully serves as an usher. He is honored to be a part of the Epic family. Tui has been on the associated student-body council for two terms. He became a part of ASB to welcome and interact with new students.  When Tui’s education is completed the most difficult thing for him will be to leave all of brothers and sisters in Christ. However, he knows that God has a plan and purpose for his life. He will return to Fiji and open a new church in outreach to Hindus and Indian people who do not know the Lord. Tui and his wife Taka have five children and four grandchildren.

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