NOBTS fall grads earn degrees
Feb 7, 2014
By NOBTS STAFF
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Six students from Florida received doctorates from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary Dec. 14. Willie D. Brunetti
, who serves as minister of education at Amelia Baptist Church in Fernandina Beach received the doctor of educational ministry degree; Derek S. Lambert
from Mississippi, who serves as senior pastor at First Baptist Church in High Springs, received the doctor of ministry degree; Ervin Lynn McWilson Sr.
from Pensacola, who serves as associational director of missions for the Suncoast Baptist Association in Largo, received the doctor of ministry degree; Stephen Terry Sweitzer
, who serves as associate pastor of administration and pastoral care at First Baptist Church in Live Oak, received the doctor of ministry degree; David Raul Lema Jr.
from Kenner, La., who serves as associate team strategist for theological education at the Florida Baptist Convention in Hialeah, received the doctor of philosophy degree; and Robert Daniel Glenn
, who serves as senior pastor at Steson Baptist Church in DeLand. From left to rights are Brunetti; Lambert; McWilson; NOBTS President Chuck Kelley; Sweitzer; Lema; and Glenn. NOT PICTURED: Earning the master of theological studies was Conrad Meadows
, Panama City; Alexis Valdes
, Hawaii, Bachelor of arts in Christian studies; and Pierre Francois
, Margate; Associate of Christian Ministry.
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