by Paul Gnan
I like to argue that you and I have the greatest job in the world. Part of our job is to read and study the Scriptures. We hear all the chapel speakers and visit our local churches each week. We are doing something of eternal importance to the next generation of church and community leaders. We help direct students who are in the initial stages of real reasoning. We have the tough conversations with our teenage students who are just starting to drive. Our students will go on their first real date without getting a ride from a parent. They begin contemplating their long-term educational goals or their initial vocational decisions.