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Alumni


Alumni  

Alumni who would like to update their information or request information about the Alumni Association or their classmates should contact:
Beth Riches at FORES@reseminary.edu or Nancy Blackburn  at nancy.blackburn@reseminary.edu

What Our Alumni Are Saying:

– “The atmosphere was scholarly, the emphasis was Biblicity, and the relationships were family. I am grateful for my time as a RESeminarian.”

– “From the first day stepping on RESeminary’s campus, I discerned that the school and its populace was/is different from others I attended. It has very high Christian Spirituality and ethics; compassion and witness.”

– “The emphasis of RES on equipping students for pastoral ministry and service sets the scenario and its graduates apart.”

– I appreciated both the breadth and the depth of the curriculum which grounded me in the historical-theological tradition and allowed me to pursue elective interests.

 

 

 

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