PEPSOL GRADUATION (Nov. 20, 2016)

Posted By on Nov 21, 2016 | 1 comment


This weekend, SFCC celebrated another milestone in the lives of the PEPSOL¬†trainees—people who are willing to be trained, shaped, and molded according to Jesus’ plan. Race, gender, social status, and age are irrelevant. What is important is the heart—the willingness to upgrade one’s quality of life. In fact, the youngest School of Leaders 1 graduate in the history of SFCC graduated salutatorian. Van Isaac Allam is only 11 years old and yet he already understands that every believer is a catalyst for change.

Like all graduations, it’s not the end but the beginning. What every disciple learned from the 5 to 10 week intensive, fun, and challenging training will be used as tools to expand God’s Kingdom.
To all the graduates, congratulations! The best is yet to come! 

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Race, color, or nationality—there is no barrier that can hinder God’s plans.

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Pastor Tim and his supportive wife, Bambi—always flowing where the Spirit leads.

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It’s never too late to begin a new life. Miss Partain has moved on and is now walking a life with Jesus despite what she went through.

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The youngest School of Leaders 1 graduate in the history of SFCC graduated salutatorian. Van Isaac Allam is only 11 years old and yet he already understands that every believer is a catalyst for change.

 

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