Amid fears of Saddam, Osama and snipers, ACU students are safe.
As the national economy flails, ACU students are financially secure.
While Indian children who suffer great injustice pray to see another day, ACU students know what they want to do with their lives.
This holiday season ACU students can count themselves among the most physically, economically and spiritually blessed in the world.
But sitting around reading an editorial about how great we’ve got it is not letting our lights shine.
Make this Thanksgiving break a time of service to others. Better yet, serve the downtrodden and abused. Feed the hungry and clothe the naked.
Make Thanksgiving mean more than simply stuffing your face and crashing on the couch while the Cowboys and Lions lose.
Volunteer to serve meals to the homeless of your city on Thanksgiving morning.
Bring bagged Thanksgiving lunches to vagrants who chose not to attend a soup kitchen.
Invite someone over for dinner who has nowhere else to go.
Whatever you decide to do, make this Thanksgiving about someone other than yourself.
ACU students have so much. Thanksgiving is a holiday that typically encourages people to serve themselves and their families.
Make a difference this turkey day.