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Christian Mission Project

Transcript: Christian Missions PROLOGUE Prologue Are Christian mission trips impactful? If you had the chance to go on a (Christian) mission trip anywhere around the world, where would it be and why? Cultural Characteristics Characteristics Reveal Good Will Communion Self-Maximization Utilitarian MENTALITY Christian Mission Part I Honest Mission Trip Leader Critique - Hyperbolized features Cultural Characteristic - Utilitarian PROS AND CONS Christian Mission Part II Short Term Mission Trips: DON'T GO. (Unless you watch this first!). Critique/Condemnation Quote Question Quote Quote “I saw too that all things are in harmony not only with their places, but also with the time in which they exist." (Augustine Book VII, 268) Question Question Did you find the arguments made in the previous two videos to be valid? Why or why not? TRANSFORM Christian Mission Part III Matthew's Spirituality Creator/Cultivator Quote Question Helping Without Hurting in Short-Term Missions Matthew's Spirituality Matthew's Spirituality Transformational experiences "Spirituality rooted in faith and expressed in action (7:24-27)." (Hartin, 25) Creator/Cultivator Creator/Cultivator Created a new way of executing missions. Cultivated the sense of community there. Quote Quote “For in an instant, as I came to the end of the sentence, it was as if a light of certainty flooded my heart and the dark shadows of doubt were dispelled." (Augustine VIII pg. 320) Question Question How impactful is this approach of exercising Christian Mission trips (i.e. being closely involved with the community instead of trying to ‘rescue’ it)? Conclusion Any other questions? Presented by Devin Bristow, Edward Ayala, and Shiyu Cao Thank You EPILOGUE

Christian Blind Mission

Transcript: What's their vision? What they do? An broad world in which all persons with disabilities enjoy their human rights and achieve their full potential. Building an inclusive society CBM works in the most disadvantaged societies, irrespective of race, gender or religion. CBM seeks to: •Reduce the prevalence of diseases which cause impairments. •Minimise the conditions which lead to disability. •Promote equal opportunities for economic empowerment, livelihood security, and full inclusion in all aspects of society for persons with disabilities. How Can You Help? What is Christian Blind Mission? How people can help- Make a donation to the certain project that you want to help with the CBS Becoming a monthly supporter and donating a small amount of money each month Telling people about the organisation and telling people how they can help Volunteer to help out with the charity Pray to God to help you understand why you need to help them and for the support to the group Come and pray together with others for those that need the help of the CBS You can donate to the charity and give them presents at Christmas Spend a small amount of money a donate at Christmas and help children in need What's their values? They are one of the leading organizations in the world focused on the double disadvantage of disability and poverty and have a unique approach that tackles poverty and disability on all fronts, on the ground and in the boardroom. •Christianity - We seek to follow the teachings of Jesus. •Internationalism - We are an international organisation. •Professionalism - We aim for quality in what we do. •Integrity - We are good stewards of our resources. •Communication - We communicate honestly and respectfully. •Inclusion - We promote and practise inclusion. The physical environment, legislation, communication facilities and our thinking and attitudes all have the potential to exclude and isolate individuals or groups from mainstream society. CBM will endeavour both within the organisation and externally to identify barriers, and implement solutions which lead to a more inclusive society. Christian Blind Mission CBM Australia is part of the world’s largest organisation working with people with a disability in the poorest places. We provide emergency relief and medical assistance to address day-to-day needs. But to have a lasting effect on the lives of people with disabilities we encourage self-reliance and participation. We also campaign tirelessly to change attitudes to disability. By ensuring the human rights of people with disabilities in poorer countries, we tackle poverty at its heart. International Christian development organisation, committed to improving the quality of life of persons with disabilities in the poorest countries of the world.

Christian Bertram Powerpoint

Transcript: He has a 21-1 MMA record, with a 15-1 UFC record inside of that. Accomplishments Drug Use Final incident Jones was stripped of his Light Heavyweight title, and it was given to Cormier. He was also suspended from the UFC indefinitely. "UFC 188 Free Fight: Cain Velasquez vs. Brock Lesnar." YouTube. YouTube. Web. On April 27, 2015, Jon Jones turned himself in after allegedly fleeing a hit-and-run scene where he injured a pregnant women. Marijuana along with a pipe was found at the scene, along with his rental papers. Jon Jones was already setting records in the UFC world just at the age of 27 and was on track to set more, but due to poor decision making with drugs and other situations, he has ruined his opportunity. Greco-Roman All-American His older brother, Arthur is a defensive linemen for the Colts, and his younger brother Chandler is a defensive linemen for the patriots "Jon Jones Not Facing Drug Possession Charges after Hit-and-run Accident ... Yet." 29 Apr. 2015. Web. Personal Life JUCO National Champion Current Consequence for Final Incident Youngest fighter to win a UFC title Jones has 3 kids with his fiancee He has a shown a clear pattern of poor decision making and bad driving, along with the occasional combination of the two. Jon Jones Flaws Former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Accomplishments continued Jones got into wreck, crashing into a utility pole. He was showing signs of impairment, but denied a sobriety test and was arrested. By Christian Bertram "A Brief Timeline of UFC Champ Jon Jones' Run-ins with Authorities." MMAjunkie. 28 Apr. 2015. Web. Resources Daniel Cormier Incident He was fined $50,000 and sentenced to 40 hours of community service. Great Future Ruined He was fined $1,000, had to attend an alcohol awareness program, and install an ignition interlock along with a 6 month license suspension. Drunk Driving His older sister Carmen passed away due to brain cancer Tied for most wins in Light Heavyweight history On January 17th, 2015, Jon Jones tested positive for cocaine. As result he was fined $25,000.

Christian Beliefs Powerpoint

Transcript: The Bible states that Jesus 'reconciled' us to God. Reconciliation not only involves a break in our relationship, but also the idea that we need to be reconciled with God and that our relationship with God was damaged. It was our sin that isolated humans from God. It says that we were once enemies of God in Romans 5:10, : “For if, when we were God’s enemies, we were reconciled to him through the death of his Son, how much more, having been reconciled, shall we be saved through his life!” Incarnation is the belief that the Son of God, took on human flesh. This is evident in the reading John 1:14 "And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth." This refers to The Son of God dying in substitution for our sins. Romans 3:9-18, 23 says to us that all we are all sinners and that the consequence for this is death. This teaches us that without Christ, we will die and spend eternity in hell. Eternal life is available through Jesus Christ. This is His substitutionary atonement. Romans 6:23 says, “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.” Jesus Christ Incarnation Who is He? Reconciliation Substitutionary Atonement We must first look at what Jesus’ said in John 10:30, “I and the Father are one.” The Jews interpreted this statement as Jesus claiming to be God. The Son of God never actually corrects the Jews by talking something like “I didn't claim to be God.” This exhibits that Jesus was actually saying He was God. Another example is John 8:58: “‘I tell you the truth,’ Jesus answered, ‘before Abraham was born, I am!’” In turn the Jews' attempted to stone Jesus Bibliography Christian Beliefs Powerpoint

Wayside Christian Mission

Transcript: Samaritan Patrol Men's emergency shelter Single women's emergency shelter Family emergency shelter Population Served Current Needs Homeless men, women, and children helped daily Homeless preschoolers from any other shelter Indiviuals with substance abuse problems College students facing homelessness The 'Mission' of Wayside Christian Mission "Helping Louisville's homeless, not with a hand-out, but with a hand up." Zoning issues prevented Wayside from making it a homeless shelter Thus the hotel/ transisional facility Hotel Louisville was made History Winter coats, socks, shoes, gloves Financial donations Volunteer work Wayside Christian Mission Emergency shelter at Jackson and Jefferson undergoing renovations "The purpose of the Wayside Christian Mission is to respond to human need of the poor and homeless by (1) providing temporary housing/shelter, food, clothing, nurturing, spiritual and social enrichment, encouragement and referrals (2) and by providing the support services and skills that would permit and encourage a return to a state of self-sufficiency so that human dignity can be restored and the love of God can be shared." Women's shelter opened on East Market St. in 1994 College career program Educational classes Work therapy program (formal classroom training) Collaborative educational, vocational, and training oppertunities with 15 colleges, universities, and seminaries Vocational training Established in 1957 as men's shelter on Market St. Founded by seminarian Richard Anderson Hotel Louisville at 2nd & Broadway Locations/ Spaces or Acquired old Holiday Inn at 2nd & Broadway in 2009 for $10 million Operation White Flag Two thrift stores (9125 Galene Drive and 4930 Poplar Level Road) Louisville's largest and oldest mission How to get Involved Issue resolved by charging homeless clients 1 cent a night First racially integrated mission south of the Mason-Dixon line Sober living recovery program Life skills training Hospitality training Work out program (financial education) Wayside work force Hotel Louisville: 502 582 2241 Emergency Shelter: 502 742 6166 Donation pick-up: 502 582 2241 Contact: Kim Litlins Volunteer coordinator 502-299-2692 or Attend volunteer orientation at Hotel Louisville at 120 West Broadway Contact Info Programs

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