PCC Update Winter 1999 - Pensacola Christian College

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PCC Update Winter 1999 - Pensacola Christian College
Winter 1999
PCC UPDATE G WINTER 1999
Campanile with its 43-bell carillon
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A.D. 100
New Testament
completed
Some historical milestones
of the last 2000 years E
100
500
1300
500
Middle Ages
The Gate of the Year
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“And I said to the man who stood at the gate of the year:
‘Give me a light that I may tread safely into the
unknown.’ And he replied, ‘Go out into the darkness
and put your hand into the Hand of God. That shall be
to you better than light and safer than a known way.’”
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1999
EURO bank
So heart be still:
What need our little life,
Our human life, to know
If God hath comprehension?
In all the dizzy strife
Of things both high and low,
God hideth His intention.
1991
Desert Storm
1990
1989
Berlin Wall torn down
God knows. His will
Is best. The stretch of years
Which wind ahead, so dim
To our imperfect vision,
Are clear to God. Our fears
Are premature: In Him
All time hath full provision.
1979
Israel and Egypt sign
peace treaty
1975
1974
Personal computer
introduced
from “God Knows,” Minnie Louise Haskins (1908)
1969
Man lands
on moon
1965-1973
1950-1953
Vietnam War
Korean War
1965
World War II
1955
1961
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1939-1945
Berlin Wall built
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1945
1930
1948
1930-1940
Israel as a
nation
Great Depression
1517
1492
Columbus discovers
New World
1400
1500
1450
1620
Martin Luther posts Ninetyfive Theses, sparking
Protestant Reformation
1550
1500
Gutenberg
printing press
Pilgrims arrive in
New England
1615
1516
1611
Erasmus first printed
Greek Testament
KJV published
1700
1734
Great Awakening
with George
Whitefield
From the
President
1776
Declaration
of Independence
1780
Dr. Arlin Horton
1789
George Washington
becomes first U.S.
president
As we cross the threshold into a new millennium, voices from
the past provide wisdom for our pathway and confidence in
God. The words of A.W. Tozer (1897-1963), the great and
godly 20th-century preacher, reflect on the nature of man
and true service to God:
1790
1792
“The free man [of God] has never been a religious
tyrant, nor has he sought to lord it over God’s
heritage. It is fear and lack of self-assurance that has
led men to try to crush others under their feet. These
have had some interest to protect, some position to
secure, so they have demanded subjection from their
followers as a guarantee of their own safety. But the
free man—never; he has nothing to protect, no
ambition to pursue and no enemy to fear. For that
reason he is completely careless of his standing
among men. If they follow him, well and good; if
not, he loses nothing that he holds dear; but whether
he is accepted or rejected he will go on loving his
people with sincere devotion. And only death can
silence his tender intercession for them” (12-13).
Modern missions/
William Carey
1806
Lewis and Clark
Expedition begins
1830
1837
Samuel Morse
invents telegraph
1850s
Second Great
Awakening
Of God and Men, by A.W. Tozer
1855
1861
U. S. Civil War
1862
1915
Alexander Graham Bell
invents telephone
1915
1908
1889
Wright Bros., first flight
First skyscraper
1905
Lincoln’s
Emancipation
Proclamation
1900
1914-1917
1903
World War I
Ford sells its
first automobile
1875
1879
Edison
PCCThomas
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light bulb
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Rooms are carpeted and air-conditioned with
private or adjoining baths.
M ost students admit to having
some concerns about roommates
and residence hall life before arriving
at college for the first time. The
transition from living at home to
living in a residence hall can seem
overwhelming, even for those who
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Living in PCC’s residence halls
have older siblings who have been
to college before. Almost everyone
has vivid memories of arriving,
meeting new roommates, getting
settled, and learning to adjust to
different schedules, personalities,
and expectations.
PCC students understand those
concerns. “Before I arrived at PCC, I
was very nervous about sharing a
room with three other girls,” recalls
Christi Main (N.C.). “I prayed for
good roommates the whole summer
before my freshman year. It’s been a
great experience. I underestimated
the blessings I would receive from
nightly prayer group, getting close
to roommates, and simply making
new friends.”
“God has
been
extremely
good to me
by providing
me with
godly
roommates
Chris Littrell
who are some
of my closest friends,” shares Chris
Littrell (Tex.). Eunice Thiessen
(Canada) agrees: “It’s great to live
with others that share a common
relationship with Jesus Christ. A
special bond develops between
roommates, and that truly makes it a
home away from home.” Elizabeth
Turner (Kans.) is convinced that
roommates’ different personalities
and characteristics bring a unique
atmosphere to the room. “By getting
to know roommates, suitemates,
prayer group members, and others
on your hall, you’ll make friends that
you might
never meet
otherwise,”
she says.
In addition to
meeting new
friends, many
people find
Christi Main
that residence
hall life affects them in ways they
might not have
anticipated. “Look at
residence hall life as
an opportunity to
appreciate the finer
things in life, like
clip-on bed lamps
and shower caddies,”
grins Christi Main.
“I’ve learned to be
quieter in the
morning, faster in
the shower, and
neater with my
clothes.” Eunice
Thiessen notes, “You
learn to respect other
people and the way
they do things.”
Andrew Doan
(Colo.) has learned
the importance of
being flexible with
Living and studying together builds friendships with
space, things, and
roommates.
people. “Otherwise,
you’ll get bent out of shape,” he
points out. “Communication
is the key to a Christ-centered,
happy room,” observes Chris
Conklin (Oreg.).
Memories of residence hall life bring
opportunities to reflect on how “all
things work together for good to them
that love God.” Rom. 8:28 “I wish I
would have known how quickly the
time would pass,” reflects senior
Chris Littrell. “I would have done a
better job making the most of it and
adding to great memories.”
Day rooms are favorite spots to gather on each
floor in the women’s residence halls.
Microwaves and vending machines
are conveniently located.
Students suggest bringing . . .
• Bible
• alarm clock
• umbrella
• comfortable shoes
• needle and thread
• pictures from home
• camera
• good attitude
• cheerful heart
• teachable spirit
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Music Ensembles Travel in
Southeast United States
Hear one of our seven traveling music ensembles in January
for a time of worship through message and song.
Call 1-800-722-3220 for more information.
visit hundreds of
churches and schools. In
addition, ensembles
produce musical
recordings in PCC’s
recording studios.
Any student can try out
for ensemble, regardless
of their academic major.
Ensemble directors look
for musical ability, a
cheerful smile, and a
servant’s heart. Holly
Falls (Ala.) claims the
verse, “The Lord is my
strength and song.” Ex. 15:2.
Washing windows is one way ensemble members serve pastors and churches.
“Our prayer was always
that people would see
weeks
each
summer
and
two
the
Lord
in us,” she recalls. “The
CC’s traveling music ensembles
weeks
in
January.
The
groups
Lord
blessed
during
do a great deal more than just
travel
thousands
of
miles
and
every
service.
”
travel and sing in schools and
churches. Their ministry extends
well beyond songs, testimonies,
and skits. Each group’s primary
goal is not to entertain or to be
entertained, but to serve God’s
people. Ensemble members find
that as they minister to other
people, ministry takes place in
their own lives. Matt Porter
(Mich.) remembers a PCC
ensemble coming to his church
when he was in sixth grade, an
event that influenced his choice
to attend PCC. “I’ve learned to be
flexible and adapt to last-minute
changes,” he points out. “Our
schedule is fast-paced and it
never stops. It’s hard to find time
for daily devotions, but it’s
essential. I’ve found you can’t be
an effective servant unless you’re
spiritually prepared.” Heather
Bulla (Colo.) echoes Matt’s
sentiments. “My heart has to be
clean in order for God to touch
others through me,” she shares.
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PCC’s first ensemble traveled
during January 1976. Now, eight
different ensembles travel to
schools and churches across the
country and in Canada for twelve
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March 7–10, 2000
Three informative tracks to meet the needs
of pastors, youth pastors, and their wives.
Enhance the effectiveness of your ministry by attending PCC’s
annual Enrichment Conference for pastors, youth pastors, and their
wives March 7–10, 2000. Enjoy powerful preaching, practical
workshops, dynamic music, and relaxation.
Enjoy ice skating, racquetball, basketball, and other activities with
fellow Christians at PCC’s Sports Center, or spend leisure time with
your spouse or friends.
Three hours of graduate credit may be earned toward a D.Min. or M.Min. degree at Pensacola
Theological Seminary. Assigned preparation must be completed prior to the conference and
post-conference course work is required. If interested, call toll free 1-877-PTS-GRAD.
For more conference information, call today (850) 478-8496, ext. 2828.
Featured Speakers
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A highlight of the
conference is the
fish fry at PCC’s new
Camp o’ the Pines.
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Dr. Steve Roberson, Co-Pastor,
Gospel Light Baptist Church
Dr. Clyde Box, Pastor Emeritus,
Brookhollow Baptist Church
Dr. Raymond Barber, Pastor Emeritus,
Worth Baptist Church
Dr. Bill Rice, President, Bill Rice Ranch
Dr. Dell Johnson, Dean of Pensacola
Theological Seminary, PCC
Dr. Jim Schettler, Pastor,
Campus Church, PCC
Mr. Jeff Redlin, Youth Pastor,
Campus Church, PCC
Dr. Greg Mutsch, Vice President
for Administration, PCC
Wives Track
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Mrs. Helen Barber, Pastor’s Wife,
Worth Baptist Church
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Mrs. Beka Horton,
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Mrs. Marilee Schettler, Pastor’s Wife,
Senior Vice President, PCC
Campus Church, PCC
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conference was the greatest blessing we have received
“in The
a long while. We came home with a renewed zeal to serve
our Lord.
—(Tenn.)
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It was a thrill to hear PCC’s clear and positive stand on the
“Word
of God.
—(Conn.)
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been the best conference we’ve ever attended. It’s
“Thissohasuplifting
been
and inspiring. Thank you for everything!
”
—(Fla.)
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Mrs. Luann Mutsch,
Pastor’s /Administrator’s Wife
Practical sessions give
new perspectives on ministry.
Bible Conference
March 15–17, 2000
Enroll Now
for 2000
Spring and fall
enrollment
applications for
2000 are now being accepted. For more
information, call 1-800-PCC-INFO
or write:
Director of Admissions
Pensacola Christian College
P.O. Box 18000
Pensacola, FL 32523-9160
U.S.A.
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Now you can Catch the Spirit of PCC
with our video viewbook. Discover our
friendly student body with a heart for
God. Observe caring, dedicated
faculty teaching in a wide variety of
programs. See our beautiful, modern
campus built with you in mind.
Experience exciting college life:
sports, from basketball to
ice skating
special holiday celebrations
all sorts of outings and activities
. . . and more.
Call 1-800-PCC-INFO to request your
free video today!
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For more information about PCC’s Bible
Conference, please call (850) 478-8496.
Church telecast hosts
annual Senior Saints Weekend
March 3–5, 2000
• Attend service at The Campus Church and
see taping of Rejoice in the Lord telecast
• Enjoy stirring patriotic music by Keith Brion
and His New Sousa Band
• Experience outstanding Christian fellowship
For information, call (850) 478-8496, ext. 2828.
Employment Opportunities
An investment in ministry is an investment for
eternity. Have you considered what you can do
for the Lord with your life? PCC is growing and
needs faculty and staff in the following areas.
Children, PCC students stay free
with parents
• Children under 18 and PCC students
stay free when sharing a room with
their parents
90 elegantly decorated rooms starting
at $35 per night
Rooms available 365 days a year for
college guests and students’
families
Continental breakfast
Adjacent to PCC on Rawson Lane
Rooms with two queen-size beds
available
Call 1-800-443-7742 for reservations
or further information.
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• Dr. J. Michael Bates • Dr. Bob Kelley
• Dr. Steven Byrd
• Dr. Johnny Pope
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PENSACOLA CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
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Receive new insights from God’s
Word as you enjoy dynamic, Biblebased preaching, clear teaching, and
refreshing Christian fellowship. Allow
God to revive your soul and revitalize
your spiritual life as we focus on
heavenly manna.
PCC teachers are . . .
• friendly
• helpful
• approachable
• knowledgeable and energetic
• singularly dedicated to the task of
teaching as unto God
©1999 Pensacola Christian College. Published
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PCC is located at 250 Brent Lane, Pensacola, Fla.
Faculty with master’s and/or doctoral
degrees needed:
Biology
Mathematics
Broadcasting (radio/tv)
Office admin.
Business management
Speech
English
Strings
High brass
History/political science Voice
Staff positions available:
Librarian
Auto mechanic
Computer programmer
Electrician
HVAC repairman
Painter
Please send a résumé with short testimonial to
the Personnel Office, Pensacola Christian
College, P.O. Box 18000, Pensacola, FL 325239160, U.S.A.
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Printers
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The art of ministry
PCC’s art graduates minister in a variety of settings:
Commercial art:
• Professional portrait artist
• Interior design business owner
• Art instructors, various Christian schools
• Child Evangelism Fellowship, art director
• Dayspring Cards, conceptual artist
• SBC Sunday School Board, visual aid illustrator
• Frames Unlimited, professional framer
Art instructor Brian Jekel guides students
in figure drawing class.
A
rtistic ability is a
gift from God, and
Graphic design:
the goal of PCC’s
• The Christian Coalition, top designer
art program is to
• Back to the Bible, head designer
prepare students to
• International Board of Jewish Missions, head designer
use their artistic
• United States Marine Corps Recruiting Center, graphic designer
abilities for God’s
• Sign Designs, owner/operator
glory. In a field
Prepress:
known for its
• Geographics
emphasis on selfexpression and
personal style, PCC students are
encouraged to master technical skills
first. Jim Hutchinson, chairman of the
art department, says, “Some people feel
that training in fundamentals inhibits
self-expression. We believe that
mastering the fundamentals allows our
students to more freely express
themselves.”
Learning about God’s standard of
excellence, art students work in a variety
of artistic mediums to build a solid
foundation of technical skills. “A
successful artist combines God-given
talent with a Biblical work ethic and
constant practice,” notes Mr.
Hutchinson. Individual instruction and
critiques, art displays in the
Communicative Arts Center gallery,
and two internships allow art students
to build a professional portfolio and
gain practical job experience.
In addition to undergraduate degrees in
commercial art and graphic design,
PCC also offers a Master of Arts degree
in commercial art and a Master of Fine
Arts degree in art. These programs
offer opportunities for students to
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Art instructor Aaron Ebert demonstrates
techniques while observing students’ work.
strengthen and refine their art skills under the continued
guidance of PCC’s art faculty.
A new video offers an in-depth look at PCC’s commercial art
and graphic design majors. Order a free copy today by
calling 1-800-PCC-INFO. Make plans to visit the art
Brian with renowned
portrait painter Joe Bowler
department during College Days, March 30–31 and April
13–14, 2000. High school students grades 9–12 and recent
high school graduates are invited to attend the PCC art camp
July 24–28, 2000. For more information about PCC’s art
programs, visit PCC’s Web site at www.pcci.edu.
Brian Neher—PCC ’94 grad
Award-winning artist
“Art is unique because it leaves a record on the canvas,
telling more about the artist than he or she realizes,”
says professional portrait artist and PCC graduate
Brian Neher (’94). “If you aren’t interested in what you
do, it will show in your work.” Brian’s work reflects his
lifelong interest in art and his commitment to make
each piece his best. In 1996, he earned an honorable
mention in Manhattan’s National Portrait Competition,
one of 13 awards given among 3,500 entries. His
award-winning entry was featured in the December ’96
issue of American Artist magazine.
Brian and his wife
Jacquie (Clark, ’95)
currently live in
Charlotte, N.C.
From an early age, Brian took advantage of every opportunity to develop his
artistic talent. “My grandmother had a tremendous influence on me,” he recalls.
“She was a commercial artist who encouraged me to draw and allowed me to use
some of her materials as motivation. I enjoyed watching her work at the easel and
would often try to copy some of her drawings. She occasionally took me with her
when delivering a job to a client. She gave me a glimpse into some aspects of a
career in art.”
Brian chose to attend PCC after visiting the campus during high school. “I was
immediately drawn to the outstanding art facilities and to the type of artwork
displayed during the faculty art show,” he states. “It was encouraging to see that
PCC teaches solid, fundamental art principles.” Art faculty member Brian Jekel,
an award-winning illustrator and member of the Society of Illustrators, introduced Brian Neher to renowned portrait painter Joe Bowler, and Brian credits
much of his progress as an artist to his ongoing friendship and working relationship with both men. “Mr. Jekel continues to be as encouraging to me today as he
was when I was a student,” Brian comments. “I feel very privileged to have been
his student, and I hope to someday be able to give to others what Brian Jekel and
Joe Bowler have given to me.”
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A Brian Neher portrait
Dr. Greg Mutsch interviews
the Hortons regarding PCC’s
past, present, and future.
PCC’s first Alumni Banquets
PCC
alumni, friends, and prospective
students met in Lansing, Mich.; Chicago, Ill.;
Indianapolis, Ind.; and Columbus, Ohio.
They enjoyed the unique opportunity to
welcome PCC to their home areas. Dr. and
Mrs. Arlin Horton hosted “An Evening to
Remember,” featuring an elegant dinner,
heart-stirring music, a video tour of PCC’s
campus, and a unique question-and-answer
session about the college’s past, present, and
future. The evenings offered insights and
reflections on the many ways God has blessed
PCC through the years. The four banquets
had a total attendance of over 600.
Dr. and Mrs. Horton greet Brent (’95) and Marla
(Carrell, ’95) Stephens in Lansing.
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Craig Mattson (’94, ’96), shares an inspirational moment.
A look back at the first . . .
Fall 1999
Over 200 ladies from across
the country gathered at Camp
o’ the Pines for PCC’s first
Ladies Celebration October
14 –16. Encouraging, practical
messages, uplifting music, and
special times of fellowship,
including singing around the
campfire, provided opportunities for spiritual refreshment
and renewal.
practical, daily
“lifeThe
applications from
the Word of God
were the best.
—Florida
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The beautiful facilities
at Camp o’ the Pines
provided a tranquil,
relaxing setting.
As a mother of three and ex“pecting
a fourth, I really appreciated the practical session
straight from the Word of
God. Each session ministered
to me and pointed out something needed in my life.
—Alabama
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A wonderful,
refreshing time
in the Lord!
—Texas
”
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Uplifting messages
encouraged many
hearts.
Plan now to attend
next year’s conference,
October
19–21,
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Apr. 13–14, 2000
Come Catch the Spirit of PCC during
College Days! Special activities are
planned just for you. Live in a residence
hall, meet new friends, visit classes, and
learn more about life at PCC.
For more information, call 1-800-PCC-INFO, ext. 4.
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Attend a free module!
See what Pensacola Theological Seminary can offer you and your
ministry. Any time through August 2000, qualified candidates can
attend one of our modules tuition free and earn credit toward a
Doctor of Ministry or Master of Ministry degree. Classes fill quickly;
please call 1-877-PTS-GRAD toll free for more information and
reserve your place early.
Upcoming modules:
March 7–10, 2000
Ministry Enrichment: Renewing Your Vision
Dr. Clyde Box, Dr. Raymond Barber, Dr. Steve Roberson, Dr. Dell Johnson,
and Dr. Greg Mutsch
May 22–26, 2000
Building Pastoral Relationships:
The Bridges to Successful Ministry
Dr. Raymond Barber, Pastor Emeritus, Worth Baptist Church
Aug. 21–25, 2000
Current Theological Trends
Dr. Dell Johnson
Jan. 15–19, 2001
Contemporary Preaching
Dr. Johnny Pope
March 6–9, 2001
Ministry Enrichment: Renewing Your Vision
Degrees Offered
Master of Divinity (M.Div.)
• Minimum two years’ residence
work (fall/spring/fall/spring)
with remaining work completed during summer sessions
and one-week modules in Jan.,
May, Aug.
• Advanced standing for those
with Bible college background
M.A. in Bible Exposition
• Residence work completed in
one-week modules, summer
sessions, or year round
Strengthen your ministry
Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.)
• Builds on an M.Div. degree or
equivalent
• Designed in one-week modules
for those in full-time ministry
Master of Ministry (M.Min.)
• Builds upon bachelor’s degree
or equivalent
• Flexible scheduling of courses
in one-week modules and
summer sessions for those in
full-time ministry
DM 721/MM 521
Faculty: Dr. Dell Johnson
Dean, Pensacola Theological
One-Week
Module
Seminar y August 2
1-25, 2000
Gain a clear Biblical pe
rspective!
Current Theological Tre
nds
Trends in Biblical theology
profoundly impact the
church. How will current
issues affect the church
tomorrow? You will gain cle
ar Biblical perspectives
on key issues confronting
the church.
Master of Church Music (M.C.M.)
• Undergraduate work in music is not required
• Flexible scheduling includes summer sessions and
one-week modules in Jan., May, Aug.
• Degree can be completed in two summers
Pensacola Theological Seminary
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PENSACOLA CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
Attend 4 years at PCC for the cost of 2 years elsewhere!
We compared PCC’s yearly tuition, room and board cost ($4,998) with that of six
other Christian colleges. PCC’s cost was considerably lower. With the price difference,
invested at 6% interest, students can attend PCC for four years for the cost of two
years of college elsewhere.*
By joining our student body, you’ll have the “plus” of a friendly, vibrant spirit that
money can’t buy! Choose to catch the spirit of PCC! *(Comparison based on current costs.)
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