The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 20, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 28, 1992 Page: 4 of 6
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By Jennifer Reynolds' '
Opinion Pago Editor
About 50 freshmen and juniors
gathered for a devotional Tllurs'day
at Nelson Park.
The first hour of the devotional
was spent in fellowship and eating
said Marques Nelson Junior class
president and education major from
After eating the group participat-
ed in a devotional that focused on
"My class is in a time1 of transi-
tion" said Nelson adding that
members of the junior class arc fac-
ing important decisions about the
future such as graduation and mar-
Nelson also stressed the impor-
tance of the junior class Encourag-
ing one another and staying close
Becky Jeffrey freshman class
treasurer and undecided major from
Fort Worth said activities stlch as
dcvotionals for mixed classes can
serve as tools to cncourqgc class
Dcvos also present a good oppor-
tunity to meet other people Jeffrey
Another freshmanjunior devo-
tional may be planned if students
express interest said NclscJn.
The idea for the devotional came
up during the Student Senate retreat
at the beginning of the year said
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Seminar teaches leadership
By Holly Snead
The second Fathering Group
Leader Seminar of the semester
was directed by Dr. Michael
O'Donncll Friday and Saturday
Ten men representing nine con-
gregations attended the two-day
seminar to learn how to direct
fathering groups explained
O'Donncll associate professor of
home economics and family stud-
ies and director of the Southwest
Center for Fathering.
The seminar offered "more spe-
cialized training for the more spiri-
tually mature" said O'Donncll.
"We have a time of prayer and
praise to focus on our relationship
to Jesus Christ" said O'Donncll.
"We affirm that he is the answer."
O'Donncll said that to be a suc-
cessful father a man must first
have Jesus in his life and depend
on God. The seminar began with
such a focus in order to establish
the spiritual basis from which
O'Donncll presents his material.
Harold Lipford director of cam-
pus events provides spiritual
encouragement to O'Donncll and
the men attending the scmindr
through his prayers.
"He comes and he's there basi-
cally just to pray" said O'Donnqll.
"He is lifting up the leaders by
name and is lifting up me while
The men arc also led in "experi-
ential learning" through small
group activities said O'Donncll
"They process the content thai
they're learning ... they each take a
tum simulating an actual class for
fathers and making presentations'
Videos arc also used "to get
them really connected with their
own fathers" he said. One such
video "The Prodigal Son" shows
a father reconciling with his son.
"You can't be a father Until y
first become a son" he said.
Viewing videos helps "bring o
the forefront the raw emotions of
the men present it's a bonding
experience" he added.
the Southwest Center fofj
Fathcrinc is trvirte to conduct oriif
seminar each month O'Donncll
said. In November a seminar Will
be held at David Lipscomb'
University and O'Donncll will
travel to Naples Italy tn
December where he will serve as ti
Visiting professor at the University
of Maryland's campus and Con-
duct another seminar.
"We will probably train 10-20
leaders in Naples and then they
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O'Donncll also will participate
in a meeting with all the U.Sl
chaplains and area churches in
response to an invitation from the
U.S. Naval Psychiatric Corps
Dr. Michael O'Donnoll leads members of the
Fathering Group Loader Seminar in singing at
the beginning of the
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The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 20, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 28, 1992, newspaper, October 28, 1992; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth92148/m1/4/: accessed March 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.