Honorary Doctorate

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  1. Michael Wrenn

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    I have been in music ministry, writing ministry, a licensed minister, and an ordained minister for a combined 40 years.

    I just received this: "In appreciation for your work in the vineyard, St. Francis Bible College, a ministry of St. Francis Anglican Church, has conferred upon you the honorary degree Doctor of Divinity (DD). Date of conferral 6/29/2012."

    This is a church in the "Continuing Anglican" tradition.

    I was quite surprised by this.
     
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  3. Jim1999

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    Good to hear that one of the true Anglicans are so honouring you, mate. The Lord bless. Even an honourary doctorate is earned, in my opinion.

    Cheers,

    Jim
     
  4. Michael Wrenn

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    Thanks; I appreciate it!
     
  5. Michael Wrenn

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    Thanks, Jim! I agree.

    Considering all the independent study and writing I have done over these many years, I have probably done the equivalent of several doctorates.
     

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