PERMISSION SLIP

I, as Parent or Guardian, Give Permission for _________________________
(Student’s First and Last Name)

To Attend:

Glasgow church’s annual Camp Hebron youth trip!!!

Event Time: Friday, May 1, 2009 to Sunday, May 3, 2009.
(Registration and payments must be completed and turned in by March 21, 2009.)

May 1st we will first be meeting as usual in “The Loft.” At 4pm sharp. At 7pm we will depart to Camp Hebron.

1.Mode of Transportation: Glasgow’s Church Busses.

2.Students will leave from: May 1, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. and arrive at Camp Hebron at 9:30 p.m.

3.Students will return: May 3, 2009 at 10:30 p.m. at the Glasgow church parking lot.

4. Chaperones in Charge: Youth director Cindy Marx, Associate youth director Danielle Rabella, Counselors Mark Johnson, Katy Olverman, Sarah Clerk, Benita Johnson, Rick Marine, and Trisha Holmes.

Descriptions of the Activities are in the schedule. Any activities you do not wish for your child to portray in please describe below:

I do not give parental approval for my child to participate in the following activities:

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Student has permission to participate in the following
Activities provided in the schedule?__________

I understand that my child will be obliged to abide by the Christian-Based Rules and by the Code of Discipline while participating in this field trip/program.

In the event of serious illness or injury to my child, I expressly consent to the administration of emergency medical care, if in the opinion of attending medical personnel, such action is advisable.

I have read this Permission Slip and understand its terms. I sign it voluntarily and with full knowledge of its significance.

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I’m not sure if anyone really knows to much about what happened to the student who got suspended for attending his girlfriend’s prom but I would like to know if a school can punish a student just because it goes against their beliefs and honor code. I have friends who go to a christian school and they have to sign a honor/moral code at the beginning of the year that says that they cannot go to the movies, have a myspace ( but they are aloud to have a facebook), or even hug someone of the opposite sex. I’m sure there are more but I can’t remember them. Now I know that the school is totally within their rights to have these rules during the school year, during school hours and school events, sports, and other activities. But can they suspend you for doing these things outside of the school like going to the movies or hugging a girl. It seems to me like there is(or should be) a limit to what they can restrict and punish their student for.

Heres a link to the original story:
http://www.thecourier.com/Issues/2009/May/11/ar_news_051109_story1.asp?d=051109_story1,2009,May,11&c=n

I was raised in the Church from an early age, and was into the typical youth group stuff all the way up through maybe high school, when I sorta lost interest in the whole thing.

Now that I’m off at college, with no parents to drag me to church on Sunday, I’ve pretty much stopped going – have been nearly gone from it for a few years.

Also, recent events are having an impact on me, and I’m finding that Christianity isn’t really compatible with my lifestyle at present.

I mean, I still identify as Christian (on forms, surveys and stuff), but don’t practice at all. My bible sits here on the shelf, unread for a long time.

It’s just that living the life the bible commands would steer me down a path that I really don’t want to go down right now – I’m not interested in marriage, family and a nice calm life at the moment.

I’m in my 20s and plan on living it up for a while here.
I know this sounds *very* selfish…but is there any hope for me if, at some point, I wanted to come back?
I’m also somewhat discontented with all the church-hopping I did as a child – my mom never could make up her mind – we went from Episcopal, to foursquare, to Baptist…etc. And now she’s some kind of reformed baptist or something.

I’m sick of the politics and labels, personally. Perhaps that’s one reason I’m staying away?

My fiance is a religious man. He attends church services every sunday and other events planned by the church. He is clearly a christian and I am very proud of him. It is hard to explain but I can honestly say that he is ” the real deal “.

The bible says something about sex before marriage is wrong, and I’m feeling guilty. My question is, we are getting married but is that any excuse? My fiance is a christian but he has allowed us to be sexually active many times. Why do you think he would allow this? Is it ok BECAUSE we are going to get married (in december)?

Thanks in advance.

Is there a modern-day book author or speaker who discounts the concept of God sending His children to burn in Hell, and who accepts that even people who do not “accept” Jesus might be precious in God’s eyes?

i am looking for a christian fellowship for hindi speakers.
iam looking for a christian fellowship where hindi language speaking people get together.

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