Effectively, I have one more night of class left. Tomorrow will be my last day on campus for taking classes to complete my degree. On Saturday the 18th of this month I will receive a degree in biblical studies with a core concentration in leadership and ministry.
I have sacrificed many hours of family time to complete this degree. If you know me personally, you will know that this sacrifice was the greatest of all. I love my family and I love spending time with them.
Graduating with a degree in Bible for ministry leadership was not easy. My reading and writing list was intense, but it was well worth the time. I am not sure, however, if any degree is worth the money invested.
There are many things I have learned through my completion of this degree program, but there are a few lessons that stand out above all others. After graduating, I intend to write a series of posts that highlight some of these valuable lessons. They may not be what you would expect from a college graduate, but then again, some of you will no doubt expect these lessons to be the most important and necessary learning outcomes.
While I have a few things I would like to share with you, perhaps you have questions you would like answered. Something about Bible college in particular, or any questions you might have about a Bible degree is fine.
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