Hillcrest E-Connect 6/30/17

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Student Stories Show Value of Hillcrest Experience
New Comet Coach Brings Division 1 Experience
Summer Workouts Plant Important Seeds for Players
Interim President Joel Egge's HLA Story Reveals Path to Bearing Fruit

Hannah Yndestad's life changed in her first few weeks at Hillcrest. Click here to hear Hannah's story, and discover the difference your support for Hillcrest is making.

Help Hillcrest Fill the Gap

Every year students from around the world attend Hillcrest. Some of them come to grow in their faith, while others are seek a college preparatory high school, knowing they'll study the Bible alongside academics. The ministry of Hillcrest spawned out of the Lutheran Brethren Bible School, and it continues to train students to know and love the Lord with a strong emphasis on academic training. Students like Loi are eternally impacted because of your support to Hillcrest. Would you consider helping close a financial gap we have as we finish out our fiscal year? Your gift will give us footing to look to 2017-18 with renewed confidence in what God is doing in your school. 


New Coach Announced

Hannah Draxten-Clark is the most recent addition to the Hillcrest staff. Hannah is joining the staff as the head girls basketball coach, while also joining the Advancement office as an executive assistant to new President, Brad Hoganson. Hannah played Basketball at Iowa State before joining the team as a player-coach following a career ending injury. READ MORE HERE>>


Off-Season Faith Building

Off-season training is shaping students this summer. Coach Gregg Preston shared the tenor of the boys' basketball team as the group has grown together through powerful time spent on the sidelines after their hardwork on the court. Hear what God is doing through these young men preparing for the upcoming season. READ THE FULL ARTICLE>>


Pres. Egge's HLA Story

“In 12th grade we took an aptitude test. When we got the results back, and I looked at the score sheet, I was pleased with myself. J.H. Levang was interpreting the test for us, each in individual interviews. When I came in he said, ‘Well Joel, you have a lot of maturing to do.'” READ THE FULL ARTICLE>>
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