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Page 52 text:
ersonal ouch S taff
The Personal Touch
Staff often shortened to
the letters PTS, is an orga-
nization which seeks to in-
form prospective students
about Grace. Members of Y
the PTS do this as they
phone interested students,
lead campus tours, and
host guests on campus.
Peg Moser, student leader
of PTS, commented, "Be-
ing on PTS staff has given
me a deeper concern and
commitment for the stu-
dent body's well being."
Personal Touch Staff' Dan Plett,
Peg Moser, David Seigler, Dacia
Soliday, Marcella Parmenter,
The Spiritual Life Committee was respon-
sible for the days of prayerg Bible and Mis-
sionary Conference prayer meetings, orga-
nizing the prayer Vigil for the KGBI Shar-
athon, and posting the verse of the week.
These, along with other activities, were
done to encourage spiritual growth. The
committee's main goal for this year was to
pomote spiritual maturity on campus. They
felt that this goal could best be accom-
plished by faithful prayer and personal eX-
Spiritual Life Committee: Dwight Oswald, Cindie Hix-
son, Jason Unruhj not pictured, Precious Fowler,
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G Grace World Outreach
Since Grace World Outreach includes the en tire
student body, the GWO committee desired to see ev-
ery student actively involved in building Christ's
Church through prayer, giving and serving. For this
reason they picked the theme "Put Your Hands to the
Task. " A major goal was to see consistent prayer for
world missions - on halls, in prayer groups, and dur-
ing mission interns' chapels. Giving to hall projects,
students supported a variety of missionaries and their
ministries. The committee also desired to see 25 stu-
dents involved in cross-cul tural summer ministry un-
der Operation Send Out.
GWO officers below Mark Penner Vice President Joan Strom, Secretaryq Rod Anderson,
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Cultural Committee members Were, left to right: James Eckman, Leonard Johnson,
Janice Penner, Mark Kerr.
Three of the prayer group leaders were: Willie Hunter, Tim Stenzel, Darryl Keeney.
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The Cultural Committee
consisted of faculty, staff
and student personnel. It
brought to campus a Vari-
ety of cultural exper-
iences, with musical, dra-
matic, and visual artists to
enhance the students' ex-
posure to the performing
Prayer groups were
formed this year to pro-
mote intercessory prayer
for different coun tries and
people groups. The mem-
bers met weekly to pray
for the needs of these peo-
ple. Through doing so,
they learned more about
these lands and how to
more effectively pray for
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