FBS Touching the World
One of the greatest joys of Christian education is the opportunity to see God at work in and through our students and watching their talents and interests develop as they prepare for what’s ahead. Recently we were able to rejoice with two of our former graduates as they head to the mission field.
Throughout his years at Faith, Brian Bollon exhibited a quiet, thoughtful and analytical approach to his work. After graduation from FBS in 1996, he continued that same commitment to his college courses and then into his preparation for the mission field. Brian and his wife Erin and four children left August 18 to begin their work in Taiwan.
Erick Duprey, a 2002 FBS graduate, demonstrated a zeal for science and a tender heart for spiritual truth throughout high school. His interest in science continued into college where he received his nursing degree. These skills opened the door for a short-term mission trip for Erick and his wife Kara to Papau, New Guinea, and that trip changed their lives. Both felt God’s call to return and recently made the trek with their two little girls to set up their new home in this place of great spiritual need.
For these graduates and all others seeking to honor Christ with their lives, we echo John’s sentiment in III John 4: “I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth!”