This summer I have an amazing opportunity to continue to grow in my relationship with Him. I have been accepted to a summer mission sponsored by Cru called Echo. Echo is a two-week mission located in Boston that’s goal is to help college students to own their faith and lead ministry on their campus. From May 27th to June 10th, I, along with several other college students will receive training for evangelism, ministry, and spiritual leadership. Through Echo, I hope to develop the tools to own my faith and be an unashamed ambassador for Christ not only at Wellesley but also wherever the Lord leads me.
Reflective Journal As I was growing up, my parents would make me practice over and over again a certain material I would be struggling with in school or anything they thought I needed to improve on. They would always tell me that practice improves, they are strong believers that we (or at least me) learn best by practicing and doing. Therefore, I have learned that I personally gain better knowledge of concepts or a specific thing by practicing it. I also, consider myself an auditory learner. Seeing stuff clears my thoughts and directly seeing it really helps organize my mind. I specifically like when stuff have a representation that I specifically see and gain knowledge from. I consider myself a strong visual learner rather than auditory because
BA1b – Reflective Journal Reflective Journal Within this reflective journal I intend to analyse my work within the unit BA1b. I started this unit inspired to improve as much as possible.
I am writing to you today to tell you about an exciting opportunity I have through my school, Liberty Christian. My senior class will be going on a mission trip to COSTA RICA from Saturday, May 6, 2017 to Friday, May 12th. During this time, we will be working with the mission agency SCORE International in order to serve God by serving the Costa Rican people. We will have opportunities to serve and minister to the people we meet through various service opportunities, such as: children’s ministry, preaching, drama, and humanitarian aid distribution.
Plans for the following week By next week, our aim to continue to test the car with the different amount of weights to work the total amount (optimal weight for our modified car) of weight that our car can carry. Our second goal is to finish our technical report as soon as
To identify two of the Colorado Christian University's strategic objectives, which are one of the essential foundations of their strategic plan, is to know and understand their vision and mission. CCU's vision was received and written to accomplish God's purpose and goal at an appointed time when recorded because
On October 27, 2016, we met to obtain clarification on your work destinations and work performed on the day prior.
This summer, I got to see firsthand the way my liberal arts education impacts the way I share Christ. Along with ten other OBU students, I was given the privilege of serving through the North American Mission Board in Portland, Oregon. My job as a church-planting intern was to build relationships with unbelievers, share Christ with unbelievers, learn what it would be like to actually plant a church, and ultimately, learn to live life on mission.
On Friday 12/16/2016 at about 0135 hours, Security Staff was dispatched to the Special Care Unit, ED. room #37 for a code (51D) Disorderly Patient in E.D. Security Officers Miguel Pagan, Corey Rithchie, Omar Alonso, and Supervisor Steven Evans arrived at 0136 hours and met with Patient Care Tech Cathy Negron who was standing just outside of the patient's room. We observed, the patient, Krystal FernandezRivera (DOB: 09/15/65 - FIN #86594670) in her bed inside the room talking to her Nurse, Cindy Rodriguez, who was attempting to get the patient to change into a blue scrub Hospital gown. Nurse Rodriguez walked outside the room and informed us that the patient had been Baker Acted by ER Doctors and she refused to hand over her belongings and changed
The quiz was fairly easy. I read though the documents a couple of times and I managed to get a 19/20. We did get a couple of extra days to study due to snow days and delays. This was in terms of support was somewhat slow. Most of the problems were just as simple as a force shutdown. Also, I helped Mrs. Chase startup the desktops for the PLTW rooms as well as getting the serial numbers off each laptop in the vault.
Using the readings in this module to support your comments, respond to the following two questions in your first post:
Graduates of this degree program will be able to rationally and honestly defend the Christian faith in a ministry context. A Church history concentration studies the development and transformation of Christian theology, classical values, branch reformation and cultural trends. This degree is well-suited for academics and lay ministry staff. A ministry specialization prepares students for careers as pastoral leaders and congregational
Chevy Redman GLST 200- I have now a greater understanding of what it means to be a world Christian. Not only that, but I have formed a new love, concern, and awareness for the outreach of the unengaged and unreached people of the world. The importance of reaching every man, woman, and child and presenting the gospel has been and is today the least important task on the church’s agenda. While my major is Pastoral Leadership I know Gods global purpose includes me at home or abroad. Right now I do not have a calling outside of America. Though I have learned that there are many opportunities for myself to reach out to foreign people groups and different cultures without leaving my own state.
Growing up in church and a Christian home led me to my saving faith in Jesus at a young age followed by baptism at nine years old. However, my biggest growth came a year ago when God made it clear to me that I needed to focus on my leadership role and purpose in the church. Out of obedience I joined the worship team and made a valiant effort to lead by example in my youth group. Having a personal relationship with Jesus Christ gives me the help and desire I need to live a good life with discipline and self-control. The ROTC program I attended my freshman year of high school taught me about hard work, integrity, and how to be a strong leader. These things, I believe, will help me not only find success at Liberty University but also help me share
EVANGELISM VISION PAPER Herb Tarlike EVAN 525 LUONLINE Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary 3/7/14 INTRODUCTION This course has had a great impact on my walk with Christ as well as my witness for Christ. I pastor a church and teach two classes and for me I thought that I was doing plenty. However this course has helped rekindle my passion for sharing Jesus Christ with people through personal evangelism. This paper will demonstrate what I have learned throughout this course.