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L-R Front Row Graduates – Christopher Spittal earned a Masters in Christian Education, Carolyn Eckert earned a Doctorate in Education, Albert Schiavo earned a Masters in Christian Education and Patricia Herrera earned a Masters in Christian Education Back Row – Wendy Berryhill M.Ed. Director of Academic Advancement, Chapin Marsh Ed. D. CCU President, Deven Berryhill M.Ed. Director of Marketing, Jason Falzarano Ph.D. CCU Biblical Studies Instructor
This past Thursday and Friday 3/12 -3/13, Calvary Chapel of Philadelphia and Calvary Christian Academy Philly hosted the Calvary Chapel Educators Association annual East Coast Conference. The CCU team, including Chapin Marsh, Deven and Wendy Berryhill, were blessed to attend the conference. On Thursday, CCU was given time to present four new graduate diplomas. We were blessed to be joined by CCU Biblical studies instructor and Calvary Chapel Old Bridge NJ’s School of Ministry Director/Pastor, Dr. Jason Falzarano! We were particularly honored to present Carolyn Eckert her Doctorate in Christian Education. Dr. Eckert is currently serving as CCA Philly’s Jr/Sr High School Vice Principal. She has also written a book called “Reflections of A Mind Dweller” available on Amazon.com.
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CCU Biblical studies student, Gary Fernandez, reflects on his recent experience taking courses at CCU.
“My thinking has been extended and pushed in directions that I definitely did not see coming. I first read Genesis as a suckling baby Christian a couple of years ago. I skimmed through the first two books of the Old Testament before diving into the New Testament. After the very first lecture by Professor Keehus I felt like a kindergartner in a college classroom. The Lord gave me Philippians 4:6-7 “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving ,let your requests be known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your heart and mind through Christ Jesus.” I prayed, I gave thanks to Our Lord for giving me this challenge, and I prayed more. My stress has been replaced by peace and my self-doubt has grown into confidence through the power of God.
Genesis 1:1 has taken on a life of its own in my mind. (There should be a class on this verse alone.) The reasoning about God and the universe from cosmology and potential infinity and actual infinity have become increasingly intriguing to me. I suppose those existing ideas have become new ideas for me to continue to explore.”
That was my response to a Discussion Board question in Professor Keehus’ Genesis class regarding our thinking being extended or pushed in new directions; however, it applies to my experience at CCU since day one. The challenging “Faith Assignments” in Dr. Aller’s class, the “Reflective Papers” in Dr. Rose’s class, the mind-expanding lectures in Professor Keehus’ class, have all contributed to one of the most rewarding seasons of my life. My faith, knowledge, and trust in the Lord have grown monumentally in such a short time. And it’s with God’s will and strength that I will continue to “Dream Big!”