Thursday July 1, 2021

By: Joy Fong Photos by: Lorna Llanes The Brethren Evangelical School of Theology has recently made two conferment rites this year in partnership with Cambridge Training School of Britain London. The first conferment was done at the Kalipayan Resort Hotel in Dasmarinas, Cavite on February 20, 2021. It was headed by the late Bishop Ariel Coleto. It was a solemn ceremony attended by 10 awardees. The awardees during this rite were Engr. Ann Marie Morales, Engr. Joel Limpengco, Engr. Efren Navarroza, Arch. Anthony Jawod, school directress owner Farah Acierto, and businesswoman Rose Santiago. The second batch was held at the South Forbes Golf and country club in Silang, Cavite recently, which was spearheaded by Doctor Josephine Gupta of Best International. She was assisted by Arch. Klump, and society member Dr. Maria Rosa Bing Carrion – who stunned the awardees with her inspiring speech about “Maximizing your Potentials and Upgrading your Credentials”. The awardees on that conferment were Olympian swimmer Eric Buhain, businessmen/women Jemelene Qui, Maggie Chavez, Tenambhat Krishnamurthy Ramesh, Renalyn David, Engr. Maximillian Quintos, Teresita Tumangan, and Lorna Bautista. The Honoris Causa is given to deserving individuals who possess the character of a true professional. They must embody their well-being, as their character is taken into consideration by the board of directors of BEST INTL, a religious institution under the GOD’S LOVING CARE INTL CHURCH INC. A few words from founder Bishop Ariel Coleto: “REPUTATION IS DIFFERENT FROM CHARACTER. REPUTATION IS ALL ABOUT WHAT PEOPLE SEE IN YOU BUT WITH CHARACTER, IT IS WHAT GOD SEE IN YOU EVEN WHEN NO ONE IS LOOKING AT YOU.” Getting your doctorate through Honoris Causa is indeed a milestone for all of the awardees, as it gives them the prestige of simply being nominated – which is now...... Read more on Full Issue!

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