- Jan 28, 2013
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If this be the case, the end is in sight.bgwilkinson said:Word on the ground is HAC Spring 2017 enrollment is about 350 and the budget is severely in the red making continuing long term operations doubtful. There was a mass exodus after the Fall 2016 Semester.RAIDER said:It has been quite some time since we have had an update from BGW on this thread.
This is a businessman's view. Those in control will continue until zero enrolled students is reached. If this were a business it would have already ceased operation.
One wonders if the point at which the balance of harm done to good done has been reached. In either case it's all downhill from here. There is little reason to believe that those in charge know what to do to stop the hemorrhaging. And if they knew what to do, would be willing to do it since it may involve losing face and the admission of the mountain of errors so deftly served to the students in the past.
Speculation is that the Hammond Bible institute was started as a way to continue an education option when operations at HAC cease. Hyles' philosophies are clutching HAC in their cold death grip. Prognosis for recovery is not hopeful contrary to what those in charge believe.
The past has caught the present and is sucking all the life out of those who come from out of town. Few FBCH and Hammond Baptist youths are willing to throw their lives away to please the pastor.
Smoke and mirrors only work for a time.
The last gasp president is one who was run out their church employment after a couple of months on the job.
There is little call today for the things that once were defining characteristics of HAC. Nostalgia lives on only in those older folks not in the young.