Congratulations! These glorious days of baccalaureate and gradua-tion ceremonies mark the culmination of twelve years, or more for college graduates, of training and work. Your pastor and friends here at your church rejoice with you in the attainment of this mile-stone.
I urge you to pause and thank God for His brining you to this won-derful time. He was the one who helped you get through tests, exams, the trauma of losing a friend, make new friends, differences with parents, and maybe school administrators, part-time jobs and all the other experiences of your school days.
Be reminded that your education is not an end in itself. In truth, it is the beginning. Use the past years as a building block. Keep on learning, never stop. And in all your learning, get wisdom . . . Which the writer of Proverbs tells us begins with reverence and awe of God.
Again, our most sincere congratulations! We love you and we are praying for you.
|Amanda Holleman||Graduate of Wake Christian Academy
To University of Alabama at Birmingham
|Caroline Johnson||Graduate of Fuquay-Varina High School
To Wake Tech
|Tori Pierce||Graduate of Cardinal Gibbons High School
To High Point University
|Daniel Sieg||Graduate of Homeschooling
To Wake Tech
|Hannah Stout||Graduate of Wake Christian Academy
To Campbell University