Miss Sybil Stallings is a Dean’s List student at the University of Georgia. She is chapter president of Alpha Omicron Pi, one of the 14 national social sororities. She serves the Sociology Club as parliamentarian, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship as missions secretary, and is a member of Westminster Fellowship and of Panhellenic Council, the governing board of national social sororities. On a campus of 9,200 students, she was voted one of 15 best-dressed coeds during the 1961–62 academic year, and was nominated for the national title of “Girl of Alpha Omicron Pi.” Her special interest is an enlarging book of inspirational poetry titled “Prisms.”

The greatest truth which I have gradually learned during three years at the University of Georgia has been the ultimate realization that Jesus Christ lives today—this very day—and that he lives and cares for me. How do I know this? Because I have learned that he knows us, as students, much more intimately than we know ourselves. He perceives our anticipations concerning our tomorrows; he understands our sinful nature and forgives us even at the moment we part our lips; and he waits patiently when we find ourselves involved in intellectual discussions of the Bible, and leads us to his truths. He is the same person who cares for the sparrow. How much more then will he care for you … and for me? Yes, I trust Jesus Christ because he is all of these things to me today and is through and in all the future which lies ahead. He is the author and finisher of my faith.

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY—Not until college years did I become aware that to me church attendance meant nothing more than a social engagement. I was told that I needed a personal experience with Christ, one of complete surrender, ...

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