Phoenix Seminary Class of 2013
The audio and photos from Phoenix Seminary’s twenty-third annual Commencement Ceremony are now online. If you weren’t able to attend, take a few moments to hear moving testimonies from two of our graduates (Edie Fluker and James Hoxworth) and a challenging message from Dr. Darryl DelHousaye, President of Phoenix Seminary.
Commencement Audio (.mp3s)
Commencement Photos (.jpgs)
Thank you to all of you whose participation and prayers made last month’s Commencement Ceremony such a success. This occasion marked the completion of an important season of training and equipping for 32 men and women who have now been launched out into ministries that will impact thousands of people. The following parties deserve special commendation:
- Scottsdale Bible Church for sharing their excellent facilities with us and especially Tanna Behling (Facilities Event Coordinator) for helping the event run smoothly;
- Pastor Eric Dalrymple and the Shiloh Community Church Worship Team for sharing their musical giftedness with us;
- Julie Keeling and her team from The Catering Connection for putting together another great arrangement of food;
- Alan Todd for once again volunteering his services as a professional photographer;
- Jenny Miller for helping with setup, sorting out the faculty regalia, and getting the faculty in line (literally);
- Edie Fluker and James Hoxworth for their moving testimonies of what God has done in their lives through Phoenix Seminary;
- Darryl DelHousaye for his words of exhortation to our graduates (and to us all);
- The Faculty and Seminary Leadership as a whole for patiently enduring yet another rehearsal;
- Jim Brown, Sharon Brown, Shannon Cox, and Julie Mitchell for serving as Greeters;
- Nate Bradley and David Massey for running PowerPoint;
- A host of others who helped collect regalia and clean up after the event.
Once again, thanks to everyone who volunteered their time and efforts to make this a top-notch celebration for our graduates and their families. Without your help this event would not have been possible. You are appreciated!