Binational seminary graduates 54th and final class
Twenty students comprised the last graduating class of MB Biblical Seminary as a binational institution May 16, 2010 at Fresno (Cal.) First Baptist Church.
“God’s greatest gifts to the church are not academic degrees,” said Larry Martens, commencement speaker in Fresno. “His greatest gifts are always ordinary people who are endowed with the Holy Spirit, who are captivated by a kingdom vision, and who are set apart for a kingdom task.”
Graduate Vanna In responded on behalf of the graduating class, declaring his belief in God’s ability to transform a human life through the love of God’s son, Jesus Christ. In, a former refugee and gang member, found God while incarcerated in the county jail.
Ken Radant, ACTS principal, was commencement speaker for the MBBS-ACTS graduation ceremonies at the Langley campus held Sunday, April 25. Eight graduates received masters degrees and two received a diploma of Christian studies at MB Biblical Seminary-ACTS in Langley, B.C.