VOL. 3, NO. 5
PREPARED FOR SERVICE From all parts of the nation and world, representing the many various denominations of the Protestant faith, have come one hundred thirty-eight graduates of the class of 1955 to study the Word of God and to determine the Lord's place of service for "their lives. Represented in the graduating class are members of the four separate and distinct schools of the Bible Institute of Los Angeles, Inc. : Bible Institute, BIOLA Bible College, School of Missionary Medicine and Talbot Theological Seminary. Many of the young people are already under appointment· by mission boards and, following examinations and deputa– tion, they will be leaving for the foreign field. Others will be called as pastors and evangelists, while still others will be leaders in Christian education and church music. Many of the class members will be teaching boys and girls in public .and Christian day schools. But, regardless of their place of ser– vice, the spiritual impact upon the world will be keenly felt in future years through these graduates, each of whom has the fervent desire "that HE might be glorified."
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