NETS 2012 Graduation

Volunteer Prof. DZ Patriarca-Lariza, program emcee, welcomes guests and participants to the 2nd NETS Commencement Exercises.

On April 9, 2012, the Negros Theological Seminary (NETS) held its 2nd Commencement Exercises at Escalante City. Twenty one happy graduates received their respective degrees. They were joined by their respective families, friends, pastors in North Negros, government officials of Escalante City, and partners of the seminary.

Of the total number, two graduated with Master of Socio Pastoral Ministries (MSPM) degree. There are three who completed their Bachelor of Theology (B.Th). Eight received their Diploma of Theology, seven Certificate in Christian Ministry, and one Christian Life Certificate.

Dr. Melvin M. Mangana was the Commencement Speaker. Dr. Mangana is director of student affairs of Central Philippine University. He is a member of the  board of trustees of the Convention of Philippine Baptist Churches.

A proud daughter accompanies her father

Sharing one's joy and fulfillment

We sing because we're happy!

The oldest graduate, Sir Lee Estera, retired public school teacher, makes a response in behalf of the graduates.

An equally happy wife shares her husband's achievement

Great is Thy faithfulness, oh God!

Symbolic Token

Rev. Edith Doromal offers the Dedicatory Prayer for the graduates.

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