As college students, our minds get caught up in the hustle and bustle of our Orange City lives.
With wing events, campus meetings and hours devoted to Pinterest, it’s easy to forget there exists a larger world in which humanity suffers from oppression, poverty and injustice.
In honor of Global Vision Week’s end on Friday, Nov. 16, the multicultural interns would like to challenge and ask the campus to remember those outside the U.S.
We challenge you to be aware of world issues dominating headlines, become familiar with nonprofit organizations striving to make a difference and remember our friends in different countries.
And most of all, with Thanksgiving around the corner, we request that you be appreciative of what you have been blessed with, whether large or small.
Prayer is needed for unrest in Syria, North Korea, Palestine, Iran and Darfur.
Prayer is also needed for sex trafficking, religious animosity, global poverty and energy conservation.
If you find yourself in silence for a few minutes today, take the time to pray.
Prayer is the least we can do.