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SAGU students participate in Constitutional Heritage Tour


Southwestern Assemblies of God University students pursuing careers in criminal justice recently had the opportunity to take part in a 10-day Constitutional Heritage Tour. Along with touring national historical monuments, memorials, and museums, they received interactive training from law enforcement agencies. According to Bruce Stayments, program coordinator for the SAGU Criminal Justice department, the purpose for this trip was to take students out of the classroom and into the places where they could potentially work. Stayments stated that “along with the training, the purpose was to gain an appreciation for the Constitution and the laws of this country. I have shown them textbooks, videos, and lectures but to be in those places, to see it for themselves and see the Christian heritage of this country-I know that was accomplished.” Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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