November 30, 2012 | Written by Matt Carter
As Director of Advancement Larry Arick is fond of telling donors, “The return on your investment when you donate to our scholarship fund isn’t the degree that the student received. It’s the lifetime of ministry that follows.”
The latest issue of the Bridge has these updates from some of our alumni.
Jim Woodroof (M.A., 1967) announces the publication of his latest book, Famous Sayings of Jesus. He was also presented with the Distinguished Christian Service Award at the 2012 Pepperdine Bible Lectures — an honor, according to Woodroof, “due certainly in part to Harding Graduate School.”
In October, Duncan Campbell (M.A., 2006) delivered a seminar on “Tribal Youth Ministry: Exploring a Multigenerational Approach” at Westside Church of Christ in Bakersfield, Calif.
Leon Sanderson (M.A., M.R.E., M.Th. and D.Min.) and Dwight Albright (M.A., M.Th.) were honored as Outstanding Alumni of Harding University in October.
The Baxter Institute in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, has asked Steve Teel (D.Min., 2010) to serve as their next president, effective Jan. 1, 2013. The preacher’s college is a four year school with 55 students. It will celebrate its 50th anniversary next year. Teel will also serve as president of Association Amicus, a Honduran NPO that serves the impoverished of Honduras through the James Moody Adams Clinic.
Dr. Curtis D. McClane (M.Div. 1988) announces the publication of his book: The Habitat of Hospitality: Being Jesus for a World in Need. McClane is minister of the Word, prayer, and outreach at Highland View Church of Christ in Oak Ridge, Tenn.
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