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More than 150 graduate in McPherson College Class of 2014

As the 142 McPherson College bachelor’s students and - for the first time - nine Master of Education students marked their graduation at commencement, they heard both about the value of their talents and the value of their human weakness.
Dr. Kent Eaton, provost, gave the commencement address for the McPherson College class of 2014 on May 25 in Brown Auditorium - one of his last actions before officially resigning as provost.
Dr. Eaton used the Biblical metaphor of “treasures in jars of clay” to give advice to the newest MC alumni. Treasure, he said, represents the talents and abilities they all ...

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