Empower 2014: Women's Certificate Program for Credit at Nyack/ATS
Another campus graduation celebration took place recently for the 2013-2014 cohort of students in the Empower Women’s Certificate Program. Family and friends gathered for a moving second annual ceremony in the chapel of Alliance Theological Seminary (ATS) in Nyack, NY. Three testimonies of transformation were shared by Joan Park, Joanna Charles, and Eva Pacheco. Rev. Doug Bortner, assistant to The Christian and Missionary Alliance Metro District Superintendent, delivered an uplifting, affirming sermon. (Click here to see a gallery of photos from the festivities.)
Empower was developed by the Metropolitan District of the C&MA and Nyack College/ATS to equip women for ministry and service in their churches and communities. After completing the two-semester program, students earn six transfer credits towards degree programs at Alliance Theological Seminary or Nyack College.
Find detailed information on tuition and the 2014-2015 Empower class schedule here.
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