Greetings, A group of friends and I are setting up a Fraternal order. We intend for it to be a Christian men's organization that instills faith, fortitude, and fraternal love among the members. we have come up with the phrase "Christ Impels" to be our fraternal motto. I like the verb "impel" for its forceful and strong connotation. As if there is no other way to go. Of course the full phrase would be "Christ impels us", referring to the men within the organization; However, if possible I'd like to be shortened to just "Christ impels". You know, because mottoes have got to be short. If that doesn't work within a proper Latin structure, well I won't argue with a millennia old language. Thanks.