Yost said that attendance at the weekly Wednesday 7:30 p.m. meeting for students grew rapidly from two to 24.Oh, I get it now; the Baptist student union is offering alternatives to promiscuity, binge drinking, etc., not the things themselves. So that's all right, then.
"There is promiscuity available. There are alcohol parties and binge drinking. We offer them an anchor, a safe place."
Sunday, April 06, 2008
An unfortunate transition
I can't find it online, but the Cumberland Times-News ran a feature March 28 on the chaplains at Frostburg State University, including my friends Ed Hendricks (Catholic) and Larry Neumark (Methodist). (Larry's retiring in May after 29 years.) The article's by Mike Sawyers, the paper's best writer, but his editors did him no service with this transition, in which Ron Yost, the Baptist chaplain, is talking about the growing need for his ministry.
Posted by Andy Duncan at 7:37 PM