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Logos Evangelical Seminary Offers Thanksgiving on 21st Anniversary

( [email protected] ) Oct 09, 2010 11:56 AM EDT
Logos Evangelical Seminary held this year’s Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday (October 3) in the First Church of Nazarene of Pasadena. More than 650 guests gathered to witness the amazing guidance and abundant grace of God towards the seminary.
Logos Evangelical Seminary held this year’s Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday (October 3) in the First Church of Nazarene of Pasadena. More than 650 guests gathered to witness the amazing guidance and abundant grace of God towards the seminary. LES

Logos Evangelical Seminary held this year’s Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday (October 3) in the First Church of Nazarene of Pasadena. More than 650 guests gathered to witness the amazing guidance and abundant grace of God towards the seminary.

After enjoying a hearty cuisine, staffs, guests, and visiting guests gathered in the spacious and grand sanctuary, enjoying God’s presence. The worship team and church choir led the crowd to come before the throne of God in spirit and truth, offering thanksgiving as a sacrifice that glorifies God.

Using the latest multimedia technology, an edited clip of the “Logos New Vision Sharing Celebration Gathering” held on August 1 was shown, presenting the fields and locations where the 355 alumni serve around the world, in a lively and refreshing format.

A real-time video connection was used to connect to Rev. Silas Chan, vice president of LES in Taiwan, who briefly shared the status and needs there.

The gathering also used real-time video connection to connect to Rev. Silas Chan, vice president of Logos Evangelical Seminary Taiwan, who briefly shared the situation and needs for LES Taiwan. In addition, four seminary students delivered a brief sharing of the good that God has done in their lives, which touched the audiences.

Finally, Rev. Felix Liu, president of LES, shared the vision of “Attempt Great Things for God, Rescuing Millions of Souls”, which ignited the passion of the entire assembly. Under his leading, the participants together responded to the calling from God, to diligently fulfill the Great Commission.

As the first fully accredited Asian seminary by the Association of Theological Schools in United States and Canada (ATS), Logos Evangelical Seminary provides a range of academic and degree programs that champion the integration of the Bible, theology, practice and cultures in Chinese and English to equip men and women to serve the Body of Christ worldwide.