To all who seek truth through knowledge: Dr. Paul Corts, President of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities gave the prestigious H.I. Hester Lectures to the International Association of Baptist Colleges and Universities this past summer. I have read a quote from him I think bears quoting here. It is set in the midst of all of the "Baptist Wars" context with all of the once Baptist traditional schools (can you say Southern Baptist schools) that have "left the fold" as it were, and amidst the other issues facing Christian schools on the wider cultural landscape. He said: "Six Tasks for Christian Higher Education Leadership" are: First, we should focus on mission with laser like intensity and a fierce commitment. Second, we need to be sure we know what we mean when we say our insitutions want to transform lives. Third, we need to indentify what it is that we are doing at our schools that contributed to the fulfillment of the "transforming lives" mission. Fourth, we must answer the question "Are we graduating students whose lives have been transformed?" How about some dialogue and feedback? "That is all!"