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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