Letters to the editor, December 2009
Campus ministry needs support
I just wanted to say thank you for the article on Wes Woodell and the short piece on campus ministries as mission fields (Page 19, November). All of us who work in campus ministry appreciate any support, encouragement or publicity we can get!
Keep up the excellent work!
Chris Buxton | Russellville, Ark.
Some schools lower moral standards
It’s sad to see these schools closing (“Funding woes, dwindling enrollments cause five Christian schools to close,” Page 9, October). I know they’ve been so important to the spiritual development of so many young people throughout the years.
What is worse, though, is that many “Christian” schools lower their moral standards and take on worldly values in the interest of becoming bigger and more financially successful. If a school has to “straddle the fence” to keep it’s doors open, it would be better off closed.
Barry Bentley | Searcy, Ark.
Thanks for media advice
Thanks, Bobby, for the “salt and light” advice (Inside Story, Page 3, November). I truly believe it will encourage many of our students pursuing a career in media, as well as those already working in the field.
Kendall Davis | Austin, Texas