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Meet Some of our Graduates!

Miss Grace Al Zoughbi is a teacher at Bethlehem Bible College. She finished her Master’s program in London and has returned to teach and serve as head of the Biblical Studies department at the College.  She has been a great asset to the college during the past year as she was responsible for overseeing the college’s accreditation application to Asia Theological Association which was approved in February of 2014.

Rev. Azar Ajaj is president of the NETS (Nazareth Evangelical Theological Seminary).  Rev. Ajaj serves the seminary as a lecturer in Church History, Old Testament, and Pastoral Studies.  He is also director of the Bachelor of Theology program.  Rev. Ajaj received his BA in Theology from Bethlehem Bible College, his Master of Theology from the International Baptist Theological Seminary in Prague, and is a PhD candidate at Spurgeon’s College in London. Rev. Ajaj was ordained to ministry in 2008.  He has served as pastor of the Local Baptist Church in Nazareth.

Anton Nassar graduated from Bethlehem Bible College’s MA program. During his studies at Bethlehem Bible College he started to work at a Lutheran school in Bethlehem, Dar Al-Kalima School, as teacher of Religious Education from grade one to grade twelve. He then became   Deputy Principle from 2007 to 2015. In 20015 he was named Principle of the school.

Emili Khoury graduated from the college in 2012. She always dreamt to work with youth and children and since her graduation God has granted her that desire. She works as a Religion teacher at Dar Al-Kalima School in Bethlehem. She considers her job crucial as she is teaching teenagers (from 13 to 16) how to read the Bible and to make it relevant for their everyday lives.

Yousef Al Khoury is from Bethlehem but raised in Gaza. In 2007, he got a permit from the Israeli authorities to move to Bethlehem. For Yousef this was a sign that God wanted a change in his life and wanted Yousef to live for Him. In 2008 he joined Bethlehem Bible College. After his graduation Yousef and his wife Merna have been serving the Lord at BBC and Emmanuel Church. In the college Yousef serves in a youth ministry called ‘Revival Generation’ and Merna serves with ‘A Pot In His Hand’ a ministry focused on empowering Palestinian women. In Emmanuel Church they work together in the Young Couples Ministry.