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Logos Evangelical Seminary Holds 16th Graduation Ceremony

The leading California-based seminary Logos Evangelical Seminary has announced to hold its 16th graduation ceremony next month. The chairman-designate of CCCOWE Rev. Morley Lee will be invited to deli
( [email protected] ) Apr 12, 2006 04:14 PM EDT

The leading California-based seminary Logos Evangelical Seminary has announced to hold its 16th graduation ceremony next month.

On May 13, 37 graduates include 5 Doctor of Ministry, 14 Master of Divinity, 3 Master of Christian Studies and 15 students from Logos Training Institute, will attend the ceremony set to be held at Evangelical Formosan Church of Los Angeles (EFCLA).

The chairman-designate of the Chinese Coordination Centre of World Evangelism (CCCOWE) Rev. Morley Lee will be invited to deliver the keynote message with the theme "The Successful Theology of Apostle Paul". An experienced professor from the Logo Evangelical Seminary Rev. Joseph Wang will encourage the graduates. Lunch fellowship will be served afterwards.

Rev. Morley Lee has a lot of experiences in mission field. Graduated from the National University of Taiwan and Wheaton College in Illinois, he has ministered in both Taiwan and the United States. He was once the director of the Campus Evangelical Fellowship (CEF) in Taiwan. He was also once a director for the mission department in CEF USA, director of Christian Mission Overseas (CMO) and a senior pastor of the Chinese Bible Church of Greater Boston for 18 years. Lee has worked on cross-cultural missions for many years, and is now helping the Christian Ministries International (CMI) to lead world mission ministries.

All students, alumni, theologians, professors, pastors, families of graduates, are welcomed to attend the ceremony. The Logos Evangelical Seminary is formed by the General Assembly of the Evangelical Formosan Church of Los Angeles (EFCLA) in 1989 with a vision to train and nurture overseas Chinese and English-speaking Chinese in the U.S. to serve in world missions and Chinese churches.