We had our last Chapel and prayer meeting sessions on the 19th and 21st April, respectively, for the final semester of AY2021-22. Thereafter, the students will have a study break before commencing on their exams on the 1st week of May.
During the last Chapel session, it was chaired by Ben Thompson and our Principal Marty Foord preached from the book of Haggai from chapter 2:10-23 answering the question on where do we turn to in the time of fear.
Before the message we had the opportunity to say farewell to the seniors who are graduating as well as showing appreciation for the service of our registrar, Joshua Tay, who will be leaving the College to serve as a ministerial intern come June 2022.
God willing, we should have five seniors graduating from the class of AY2021-22.
Ben interviewed Joshua about his future plan and the students community also showed appreciation of the work he has done in the College.
For the last prayer session of the semester, one of our students, Darren, gave a short presentation on the gospel needs of the country of Bangladesh.
As usual, we were also able to celebrate the birthdays of a number of students whose birthdays fall into the month of April.
Thereafter, we broke into several smaller groups for prayers for the country of Bangladesh and individuals in the group.