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Vol 7 No. 7. November-December, 1959. Oswald "Oz" Morley is featured as the new Physical Education instructor. The Fort Wayne Bible College Vision was an official publication of the college mailed to donors, friends, churches, alumni and interested individuals.

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Vol 2 No. 9. June, 1954. The Fort Wayne Bible College Vision was an official publication of the college mailed to donors, friends, churches, alumni and interested individuals.  Featured was a column by the President S. A. Witmer. Articles included year's statistics for Christian Service, under Cyril Eicher's direction.

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Vol 5 No. 9. May, 1957. The Fort Wayne Bible College Vision was an official publication of the college mailed to donors, friends, churches, alumni and interested individuals.  Featured is a column by the President S. A. Witmer. 

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Vol 8 No. 3. May-June, 1960. The Fort Wayne Bible College Vision was an official publication of the college mailed to donors, friends, churches, alumni and interested individuals. This issue features The President's Pen, and lists promotions and appointments including Dr. Wes Gerig, Joy Gerig, Cyril Eicher and Eddie Reynolds.

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Vol 2 No. 7. April, 1954. The Fort Wayne Bible College Vision was an official publication of the college mailed to donors, friends, churches, alumni and interested individuals.  Featured was a column by the President S. A. Witmer. Articles included announcement of the premier of Bridgebuilders, the outline of Jubilee events and speakers, a detailed itinerary of the a Cappella Choir's southern tour, the Lenten program March 24 on live television on WKJG, the Crusader's quarter summer tour itinerary and others.

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Vol 6 No. 4. December, 1957-January, 1958. The Fort Wayne Bible College Vision was an official publication of the college mailed to donors, friends, churches, alumni and interested individuals.  Featured is the transition of President S. A. Witmer to Jared F. Gerig with columns by both. 2nd semester classes, including evening classes, are announced. Also students Marlene Langosch and Paul Robbins had their compositions selected for performance at the NCMF convention in Minneapolis. Participation in the Christ Child Festival was announced as well as the men's basketball schedule.

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Vol 9 No. 3. May-June, 1961. The Fort Wayne Bible College Vision was an official publication of the college mailed to donors, friends, churches, alumni and interested individuals.  Featured was a column by the President Jared Gerig. Articles included announcement of commencement speakers Clyde Taylor and Timothy Warner, a report by Joy Gerig, Christian Service Director, Grace Notes summer tour, and others.

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Vol 7 No. 5. The Fort Wayne Bible College Vision was an official publication of the college mailed to donors, friends, churches, alumni and interested individuals. Announcement of the appointment of Drs. Edward and Francis Simpson and the Indiana Appeals Court decision favoring FWBC in their development and use of South Campus.

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Vol 8 No. 6. November-December, 1960. The Fort Wayne Bible College Vision was an official publication of the college mailed to donors, friends, churches, alumni and interested individuals.  Featured was a column by the President Jared Gerig. Articles included announcements about premier of And God Came, Dr. Rene Frank's Christmas Oratorio, Psalm of Praise and Judgement, settings from Psalm 96 was given by the Valparaiso Chapel Choir for a festival at Lawrence College, Appleton WI. Details of the upcoming Pastor's Institute were given.

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Vol 4 No. 2. October, 1955. The Fort Wayne Bible College Vision was an official publication of the college mailed to donors, friends, churches, alumni and interested individuals.  Featured was a column by the President S. A. Witmer. Jim Rayburn is selected as Youth Conference 1956 speaker with the theme Truth for Youth. Class officers are listed, a new radio series is announced, a large article on the nurses training program is featured.