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Southern graduates a dozen with Georgia connections

 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. ó Southern Seminary held its 203rd graduation commencement on May 15 outdoors on the seminary lawn. The class included 244 graduates. Graduates with ties to Georgia are:

Ashley B. Cable, a member of First Baptist Church in Sandersville, who received a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from the School of Theology.

Catherine E. Daniel, a member of Rehoboth Baptist Church in Tucker, who received a Master of Arts in Missiology from the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism, and Church Growth.

Richard W. Hardison, a member of Tabernacle Baptist Church in Macon, who received a Master of Divinity from the School of Theology.

Canaan J. Helms, a member of Harpís Crossing Baptist Church in Fayetteville, who received a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from the School of Theology.

Jeffery K. Hood, a member of The Rock Baptist Church in Rex, who received a Master of Divinity from the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism, and Church Growth.

Samuel J. Hughes, a member of Hahira First Baptist Church, who received a Master of Divinity from the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism, and Church Growth.

Andrew P. Miller, a member of First Baptist Church in Butler, who received an Advanced Master of Divinity from the School of Theology.

Brett T. Myers, a member of Blackshear Place Baptist Church in Flower Branch, who received a Master of Divinity from the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism and Church Growth.

Jay L. Sanders, a member of Mount Zion Baptist Church in Jonesboro, who received a Master of Divinity from the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism and Church Growth.

Matthew S. Thompson, a member of Pleasant Valley South Baptist Church in Silver Creek, who received a Master of Divinity in Christian Education from the School of Leadership and Church Ministry.

Matthew Q. Waldrop, a member of Eastside Baptist Church in Tifton, who received a Master of Divinity from the School of Theology.

Eric T. Williamson, a member of First Baptist Waycross, who received a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from the School of Theology.