Truett Seminary Honors Award Recipients at May Baccalaureate

May 21, 1999

by Lori Scott Fogleman

WACO, Texas -- Baylor University's George W. Truett Theological Seminary announced the recipients of two awards at its baccalaureate ceremony May 14 in Waco.

Scott E. Bryant, a May 1999 seminary graduate from Hewitt, Texas, who serves as the interim college minister at First Baptist Church of Waco, was presented with the Seventh and James Baptist Church Ethical Preaching Scholarship Award for his sermon on contemporary ethical issues. A committee of faculty members served as judges for the award.

Kay Kocour of Morgan, Texas, received the Zondervan Award for Excellence in New Testament Greek. Kocour was selected for the award by Truett's biblical languages faculty as the student with the most hours in New Testament Greek who had attained the highest grade point average. Kocour, who was presented with a copy of the 5,000-page Exhaustive Concordance to the Greek New Testament, is currently the discipleship director at Fort Graham Baptist Church in Whitney, Texas, and will graduate from Truett in August 1999.

"Both Scott and Kay represent excellence. They're the kinds of students that we're happy to have study at Truett and serving our churches," said Dr. Michael Morgan, assistant dean at Truett.

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