Social activity at Atlanta Bible College is planned to provide for fellowship needs. The Social Activities Board plans social activities of various kinds throughout the year, including picnics, parties, skiing trips, and banquets. An active sports program is maintained through basketball, volleyball, and various individual sports. Fellowship gatherings also are sponsored by the faculty in their homes.
College gospel teams minister to churches and conferences as the college program permits. Trip expenses are met by freewill offerings and will remain on a faith basis as the Lord provides. This is an important way for the college to keep in spiritual contact with the churches, and serving on gospel teams is a vital help in Christian growth and service. M135 is offered for credit.
ABC believes that the development of a student's spiritual life is vital. Graduation from ABC is based upon not only academic preparation, but also spiritual preparation for ministry. It is not possible to succeed in ministry without adequate spiritual preparation. Students are urged to establish a quiet time of unhurried Bible reading, prayer, and fellowship with God.
Small discipling groups of students and staff meet weekly to encourage each other and hold each other accountable for spiritual growth. The focus will be prayer, accountability, study and service (P.A.S.S.). Staff and students are to pray for each other, hold each other accountable to Christian values, study the Word, and review each other's service in ministry and how that may be enhanced.