This past Tuesday and Wednesday the PRC Seminary hosted some very special guests.
Prof. R. Cammenga introduces the students to the seminary and its work.
On Tuesday the fifth-grade class from Adams Christian School (Wyoming, MI) taught by Mrs. MaryBeth Lubbers joined us for an hour of their morning. We so appreciate these visits and the time we have to interact so as to present more about the seminary and its special labors.
Seminary students introduce themselves during devotion time.
Professors and students mingle with the Adams’ students at coffee time.
A very special student from Adams 5th grade (Abbey Rose, my granddaughter) visits with Stephan Regnerus.
Group picture in the seminary assembly room – Adams 5th graders and Mrs. M. Lubbers with our students and professors.
On Wednesday, the fourth-grade class of Mrs. Jane Woudenberg from Heritage Christian School in Hudsonville, MI made their annual visit to us.
Mingling with the HCS 4th graders at coffee time.
More mingling as break time begins.
Learning about the seminary from Prof. R. Cammenga – tough, theological questions! But the children can handle them.
The visit wouldn’t be complete without a trip through the library! Always a pleasure seeing them browse through and poke around.
We are thankful for the interest in our seminary on the part of these teachers and students. And, as always, we pray that seeds were sown in the hearts and minds of some of these young boys to consider the call to the ministry some day.
God bless your work in the Christian schools too! Pray for us as we pray for you.