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Unformatted text preview: end to the immaturity and juvenile conduct we are now tolerating as acceptable. We can’t compel others to conform to our Christian beliefs, but we can be an influence in their lives. We are ambassadors of Christ, called to reach out and impact those who are not. This is God’s calling for our lives, are we fulfilling it? It is our responsibility, as children of God, to minister by example to those who are not as spiritually in depth as we are. Until we put aside our apprehension and develop into the people God has summoned us to be, Abilene Christian University will remain the victim of disregard toward lack of propriety conventionally displayed. So, with this call to action put forth, I entreat you to take a stand to overcome this obstacle of ignorance so that we may immerse ourselves in places where Christ is unseen, even if this means beginning with ourselves in a place where solemnity in worship should be most sanctified: our own daily chapel. Caitlin McCurdy (469) 222-1718...
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- Fall '06
- Christianity, Proper, Improper, student body, Abilene Christian University