2015-2016 Sheaves for Christ Scholarship Recipients


Posted on April 3rd, by LJ Harry in Sheaves for Christ. No Comments

2015-2016 SFC Scholarship WinnersMany students feel a calling into ministry and a desire to prepare for ministry by attending Bible college. Many of these same students face challenges in raising finances for their tuition. Fortunately, SFC has given over $1 million to provide scholarships to qualified young people seeking to be trained for service in the kingdom of God. The General Youth Division is grateful for the opportunity to partner with these worthy recipients. Visit edu.upci.org for information about the ministry of the Division of Education.

Each year, around this time, more students and prospective students receive word that they have been awarded the coveted Sheaves for Christ scholarship to attend Bible college. Some of those students are continuing their Christian education, while others are just beginning.

This year, fifteen freshmen and upperclassmen heard the news that their tuition cost was just cut by at least $1,500. The InsideOut team would like to congratulate the following ladies and gentlemen on being awarded the SFC scholarship and pray for God’s best for them as they continue pursuing God’s call.

Freshmen Scholarships
Level One ($2,500)
Samuel Bailey — Springdale, Ohio — Indiana Bible College
Ingrid Mazariegos — Worthington, Minnesota — Apostolic Bible Institute
Kyle Mitchell — Harrisburg, Arkansas – Urshan College/Indiana Bible College/Texas Bible College

Level Two ($1,500)
Hallie Allen — High Ridge, Missouri — Urshan College
Kelly Fleetwood — Seymour, Indiana — Indiana Bible College/Urshan College
Miranda Jones — Highland, Illinois — Urshan College
Steven Reynolds — Quinlan, Texas — Texas Bible College
Brooke Robinson — Elton, Louisiana — Indiana Bible College
Victoria Vasko — Klamath Falls, Oregon — Christian Life College

Upperclassmen Scholarships
Level One ($2,500)
Alicia Bell — Granby, Connecticut — Indiana Bible College
Brian Roberts — Blaine, Minnesota — Urshan College

Level Two ($1,500)
Andrea Hall — Sterling, Alaska — Christian Life College
Samantha Null — Seymour, Indiana — Indiana Bible College
Brett Potts — Roseville, Ohio — Indiana Bible College
Kelsey Wells — Massillon, Ohio — Urshan College

To view recipients for previous years, please visit the General Youth Division’s SFC scholarship page. GO.

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L.J. Harry is thrilled to be the husband to Andrea, daddy to Maki and Raylee. He also serves as editor for InsideOut, pastor of Apostolic Christian Church in Mount Vernon, Ohio, and Ohio District Youth President.

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