King's Business - 1966-05

teachers, and ministers, both in the U.S. and abroad. Camp Id-Ra-Ha-Je has one pur­ pose : to give every boy and girl what is needed to live for Christ today— spiritual teaching and counsel based upon the Word of God. These goals are expressed even in the name of the camp, taken from the words of the Christian song, “I ’d Rather Have Jesus.” The program of Camp Id-Ra-Ha-Je is one of various types and ap­ proaches. The general camping fa­ cilities at the headquarters include cabins furnished with bunk beds and electricity. The campers enjoy the delicious food in family style served at the large dining hall. Well-or­ ganized recreation, craft work, and Bible classes round out this program. Each camper is given the opportuni­ ty to “ camp out” for one night dur­ ing his stay if he so desires. The cabins are governed by its members, guided by a dedicated counselor. A unique feature of Id-Ra-Ha-Je Y

EDUCATION FOR A CAREER IN NURSING Because BIOLA COLLEGE is convinced that there is need for more qualified Christian professional nurses, Biola is continuing to develop its pro­ gram in general college edu­ cation and nursing. This pro­ gram is five years in length. It will give ample opportunity for a thorough Christian edu­ cation, and at the same time offer a sound professional and academic education. The in­ struction will center in the College as well as our extend­ ed campus in State, County and Private hospitals. High School students con­ sidering careers in Nursing should be informed on the broad variety of programs in Nursing Education. BIOLA’S program is the basic or Gen­ eric BA CCAL AUREAT E PROGRAM IN NURSING. It is open to High School gradu­ ates who meet the College en­ trance requirements. This is a new program in BIOLA. It is to be implement­ ed in September o f 1966. Biola’s program has been ac­ cepted by the Board of Nurs­ ing Education and Nurse Reg­ istration of the State o f Cali­ fornia.

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Services conducted at the outdoor Chapel are a highlight in each camper’ s life. is its Tepee camping program en­ joyed Indian fashion. The campers live in tepees and cook their food in real Indian style. Indian customs and habits are studied along with the handcrafts and recreation which cen­ ter around the Indian way of life. As in all the programs, spiritual teaching and counsel based upon God’s Word is given supreme em­ phasis. The latest addition to the camp is the Green Meadow Lodge. Through the modern facilities of both central heating and plumbing, this lodge is a delightful camp spot for summer or winter. It accommodates approxi­ mately 60 people. Church groups and Sunday school activities are often held here, and inquiries are wel­ comed. For further information write: Camp Id-Ra-Ha-Je, Pine, Colorado.

W R IT E T O D A Y : Department of Nursing BIOLA COLLEGE 13800 Biola Avenue

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