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Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

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On Friday, May 11, Phoenix Seminary was pleased to host our 28th Commencement for the class of 2018. These graduates have finished the course and are headed out to serve in a variety of ministries such as pastors, elders, counselors, and teachers. We are grateful to God for this class and look forward to how God will use them to serve his church. Congratulations to the class of 2018!

The Phoenix Seminary class of 2018

2018 Graduates

Doctor of Ministry Bryan Kevin Fergus
Robert Kerrey
David Wayne Jones
Master of Divinity
in Biblical Communication
Steven Patrick Daniel
Joshua Martin Rairdan
Demetrius Jermaine Lumpkin
Joel Allen Sienkiewicz
Anthony Thomas Whitlatch
in Biblical and Theological Studies Anderson Arthur Clare
in Counseling and Family Brandon William Kenyon
in Leadership Development Jose Reyes Doñan
Jeffrey A. Visser
Randal Lee Walters
in Professional Counseling Daren R. Dirksen
in Spiritual Formation Brenda Gayle Dinell
Master of Arts
in Biblical and Theological Studies
Edward Allen Boness
Peter David Evans
Joel Mark
Ellis Brandon
James Hilgemann
Jason Paul Miller
in Counseling Hannah Layne Calcote
Krista Lee Hoffer
Crystal Marie Cross
Julie Erin Hoshiwara
Ashley Elizabeth
Enderle Leah Miller
Tanner Enderle
Billie Moffit
Amanda Higginbotham
Natalie Staples
Grayson Wallen
in Ministry Scott Arthur Bauer
Selma Lin
Joshua Ryan Girgenti
Nicholas Ngari Mwangi
Lisa Marie Hayes
Sondra Marie Sotomayor
Qi Li
Joyce Sin-Chong Tam
Graduate Diploma Chelta Suzanne Hamilton
Diploma Douglas Kirby Miller

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