Greetings Alumni and Friends,
I pray you have a meaningful Black History Month! Black History Month is an intentional time for the affirmation and celebration of all people of African descent, many of which have been systematically marginalized for centuries within the United States of America.
I hope the New Year of 2020 is peaceful and productive for you and your family. Gammon Alums and Friends continue to be peaceful and productive in a world that is sometimes depressive and regressive. What will peace and productivity mean to you during this New Year?
Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ provided several examples in the Holy Bible of how to be peaceful and productive amid conflict, confusion, and chaos. I pray your life journey takes you to miraculous experiences of God’s glory and to be a blessing in other people’s stories.
There are various award shows on television during the month of February highlighting the contributions made by people in various ways. I encourage you to consider acknowledging the contributions of people in your congregations, local communities, and in your home by conveying how much you appreciate their presence.
Gammon Theological Seminary appreciates your prayerful support and valuable investments in this “School of the Prophets.” I encourage you to contribute to and partner with this legendary school of graduate theological education now and into the future.
Grace and Peace,
Ken J. Walden, PhD
Gammon Theological Seminary
Rev. Ken Walden President-Dean, Gammon Theological Seminary