Pensacola Christian College is not known for listening to advice from former students on how to improve life on campus and even less known for listening to former students who are on their perpetual “black list.” Nevertheless, in the spirit of not only pointing out the wrong but also promoting the right here is my list of suggestions for ways the college could improve life on campus.
1. Love your students.
That’s it. That’s the entire sum of what is lacking at PCC.
If you love your students you won’t provoke them to wrath with petty, unjust, and ever-changing rules.
If you love your students you won’t mislead them with incomplete information, not telling them about the real rules until they’ve already spent their money.
If you love your students you won’t presume them guilty until proven innocent.
If you love your students you’ll get regionally accredited to give your graduates the best possible opportunities.
If you love your students you’ll teach them to be responsible and let them exercise their own soul liberty instead of taking a one-size-fits-none approach to sanctification.
If you love your students you’ll make your priority looking after their safety and well-being instead of first trying to protect your own reputation.
And since love bears all things and believes all things, I hope and believe that someday I will begin to see more true love on PCC campus. It could happen today if you who are in power would only let it.