By Stephanie Loriezo
Negros Mission Academy held its first closing exercises for K-12 on April 1, 2018, with its class name, “Doue’ lior (Gifted Light from God)” at Negros Occidental Conference Convention Center, Taculing, Bacolod City.
Pastor Jemuel Toledanes, former Central Philippine Union Conference (CPUC) president, graced the Consecration Service. CPUC Associate Publishing and Literature Ministry Seminary director, Pastor Norberto Pamisa, gave words of inspiration to the parents and graduating class during the Baccalaureate Service, and Dr. Ian Kenneth Bermeo, chief operating officer of the Adventist Hospital Palawan, challenged the students NMA holds first k-12 graduation exercises to always glorify God and shine as their class philosophy says, “Paving the way to the path unseen, walk as a torch to guide through Him.”
Shane Flair Baad, Doue’ lior 2018 class president, thanked her classmates for their unity, cooperation and determination that inspired each other to complete their requirements and successfully finished their senior high school as the first k-12 graduates of Negros Mission Academy.
NMA principal, Mr. Israel Entima, encouraged the graduates and parents to continue their Christian education for it is the ladder towards a brighter future with God’s guidance.
Kudos to NMA Doue’ lior 2018!