Student graduates from Latter-Day Saint seminary
LDS Seminary graduate, Isaiah Harding with his mother and seminary teacher, Amy Harding.
Harding attended seminary at 6 a.m. every school day and completed studying the Old and New Testaments, the Book of Mormon and the doctrine and covenants. In addition to attending seminary, Harding had a full schedule participating on the Destrehan varsity football team and varsity wrestling team.
Harding plans to continue his education at South Central Louisiana Technical College in Reserve.
“Going to Seminary is the best way to start the day out,” Harding said. “I learned that no matter what life throws at you, you can get back up if you have God first.”
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