Awards Conferred at Honors Chapel


Graduates from all five campuses are recognized

Eighteen students from Golden Gate Seminary were recognized at Honors Chapel at the Northern California Campus of Golden Gate Seminary on May 8, 2008. 

“One of the most enjoyable aspects of being president of Golden Gate Seminary is connecting with the students from all the campuses. One way to do this is through this honors ceremony,” said Dr. Jeff Iorg as he addressed the students, relatives, friends and seminary staff who gathered to acknowledge those receiving awards. 




                   AWARD                                                             RECIPIENT
Baker Bookhouse Award Jeremiah Johnson (NCC)
Borchert Prize in NT (NCC only) Ryan Blackwell (NCC)
Broadman & Holman Seminarian Award Jamie Sanchez (NCC)
Buren Higdon Christian Leadership Award Rand Clark (RMC)
Jan Shrader (AZC) 
Rebecca Shaevitz (NCC)
Educational Leadership Service in Ministry Award Sinil Choi (NCC)
Educational Leadership Pursuit of Excellence Award Dan Barnes (AZC)
Francis M. DuBose Missions Award Jamie Sanchez (NCC)
GGBTS Church Planting Award Rand Clark (RMC)
Jack O’Neal Multi-Ethnic Award Kaluba Kapapula (RMC)
LifeWay Pastoral Leadership Award David Litzenberger (AZC)
Zondervan Award in Biblical Greek Steve Hallum (AZC)
Zondervan Award in Biblical Hebrew Chris Andre (PNWC)
James and Marjorie Swope Music Award Lauren Kim (NCC)


NCC Special Program Awards

Servant-Leadership Award Gift Suison
Joy Balyeat Nash Award Sonshine Loomis
Partners in Ministry Training Certificates Debra Cagle
CJ Boo
EunMi Shin


                          Awards Presented at NCC Spring Graduation Ceremony

William O. Crews Presidential Leadership Award David Engelkemier
Will Edd Langford Award             J. Guy Key 
Ronald L. Hornecker Award    Thomas E. Gleghorn 

 
“Honors Chapel is a highlight for our academic year,” said Mark Tichenor, Vice President, Enrollment/Student Services Dean of Students. “We get to celebrate and recognize some significant accomplishments in the lives of our students and their families.”

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