Transcript: The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter Day Saints was organized as Christ's church in this dispensation in Fayette New York, April 6, 1830. The Church was restored by a man named Joseph Smith Jr. It took him and a few other witnesses ( Oliver Cowdry, Martin Harris and David Whitmer were major patricipators) 10 years from when Smith first received revelation and special ordiencies of the gospel, to translate the Book of Mormon, another testiment of Jesus Christ, (the key stone to the LDS religion), to organize the Church. On this date, 56 members gathered in the home of Peter Whitmer Sr. to hold the the first church meeting. In the past Century the Church has grown eminsly. Currently in 2011 the church is sitting above 14million members. The church is now known world wide because of LDS Missionaries, Humanitarian projects to developing countries or affected areas of natural disasters, "Mormon Messages" (you tube), and world wide TV broadcasts. Many people have questions such as : Why am i here? What is my purpose on earth? Were did i come from? And where am i going to go? These are all common questions that all people have. Its human nature. And many people look for religous guidence to resolve these questions. Its like that for any religion someone may choose to have faith in. And the Book of Mormon, Another Testiment of Jesus Christ is an interest to many different cultures world wide seeming how we are the only religion that use this other book of scripture that goes hand in hand with the Bible. The church also has a strong humanitarian movment. These are a few reasons poeple are appealed to religion, more specificly the Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter Day Saints. The LDS Religion is an example of globalization. It is now become world wide with more than 1million members joining every three years. The Church has spread to the internet, live Television and has translated the book of mormon to different languages so that multiple cultures and Languages can read it. References: www.lds.org www.mormon.org Our Heritage, published by: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day saints This is a photo of Joseph Smith, the man who restored God's gospel on the earth. Throughout his life, he and other believers were persecuted for their beliefs. He died a marter in Carthage jail June 27, 1844 where he was shot. An old photo of the Book of Mormon. The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter Day Saints (Mormons)
Transcript: http://virtual-rabbit.com/export/?id=325&bc=0 Address: 95 N 300 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84101 Phone: (801) 524-8100 LDS Business College is a two-year college in Salt Lake City, Utah, focused on training students in business and industry. The college is owned by The Church Of JESUS CHRIST Of Latter-Day Saints and operates under its Church Educational System. College https://www.ldsbc.edu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=164&Itemid=671 The term LDS stands for Latter-day Saints. From The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-Day Saints. Contact Information LDS Members: 12-18 credits - $1,530 1-11 credits (per credit) - $128 More than 18 credits (per credit) - $128 Others: 12-18 credits - $3,060 1-11 credits (per credit) - $256 More than 18 credits (per credit) - $256 Campus and Neighborhood Enrollment: 2200 Male/Female: 52.6%/47.3% LDS Population: 99% What is it? Historical Sketch LDS Business College has provided quality education for 123 years. The school began November 15, 1886, as the Salt Lake Academy under the direction of Dr. Karl G. Maeser and William B. Dougall. Willard Done, the first teacher, welcomed 84 students when the College first opened its doors. Recognition has come to the College as growth and development continued under 12 successive educational leaders. It was the only commercial school in America conducted by a religious body to be admitted to the National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools. Under the leadership of R. Ferris Kirkham (1961 – 1986), the College achieved its first accreditation by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges in 1977. On December 9, 2008, Elder Russell M. Nelson, Chairman of the Church Board of Education Executive Committee, announced John Lawrence (Larry) Richards as the College's twelfth president. The College moved to its present location at the Triad Campus in July 2006. The College has a rich tradition shared by more than 76,000 alumni and scores of dedicated faculty and staff. Destiny Martinez-Townsend, Justin Daniels GOAL! Period 2 4/16/15 LDS Business College Size and Population My whole life has been hard my parents divorced at age one I live with my grandparents, and I got bullied at a very young age. All because, I was too nice, and too nice to stand up for my self. My parents taught me to be genuine, and kind no matter what and it became a second nature. I refuse to say any unkind words to anyone ever. I am a member of the Church Of JESUS CHRIST Of Latter-Day Saints. My grandparents have taught me some good values and morals and the gospel has shaped my life for good. It gave me hope in my hardest times.. and It has gave me Joy, and peace. A reason I may want to attend this college is to have a good environment to be in at all times with loving and caring people. -Destiny LDS Business College Why I may interested in attending: Tuition Per Semester
Transcript: People who are seeking for a church or are looking to find a new ideology are sought out by the Mormon missionaries and members. After taking a series of lessons and forging an interest in the LDS Church, new investigators may be baptized and join the church. Faith: The steadfast faith found in many Mormons provides hope for a better world, confidence in dealing with challenges , and sense of spiritual security and strength. Fruit: Many people are attracted to the LDS Church partially because they find appeal in the Mormon lifestyle, emphasis on service, and sense of community. According to some studies, Mormons live healthier lives, have less problems with addictions, and are more likely to have stronger families and marriages. Future: Mormons have a profound belief that all of God's promises are being delivered or will be in the times to come, on the condition that believers strive to fulfill their covenants to him and strive to follow Christ's teachings. Often times people join the LDS church because they seek a more personal connection to deity. June 1829 First Missionarys to England The Kirtland ohio temple is dedicated 1. The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ Mormons believe that when Jesus Christ Died, he died for all of our sins and was resurrected 2. The Translation of the Book of Mormon Joseph Smith Translated the Book of Mormon to English from the brass plates with with the help of early revelations. 3. The Establishment of the Salt Lake City Temple April 6, 1893, The Early LDS Church Gathers in Ohio Resources 19 July 1837 Amount World-Wide: 15.3 Million Rank: Mormonism is included as a sect of Christianity. Increase or Decrease: Increase in the number of followers. Areas with the most growth: They are growing the fastest in the Americas, Pacific, and Australia, as well as some areas of Europe and Africa. How it spread(s): The LDS church has spread primarily through displacement diffusion and the use of missionaries. There are currently 74,079 missionaries and the Book of Mormon has been distributed in 110+ different languages. The Church is Organized in New York 27 June 1844 First Book of Mormon published in a language other than English Joseph Smith is Assassinated 3 Important Events Brigham Young Reaches the Salt Lake Valley 22 September 1827 06 April 1830 Why people are attracted to This religion Salt Lake Temple Dedication Growth of the LDS Church Central Beliefs 06 April 1893 May 1851 Translation of the Book of Mormon is completed 27 March 1836 Identifiers of the Cultural Landscape Where this religion is practiced in the world Joseph Smith Recovers the Brass Plates December 1830-January 1831 24 July 1847 How people become a Member 1. lds.org 2. history.lds.org 3. Mormon.org 4. https://rsc.byu.edu/archived/no-weapon-shall-prosper/attraction-mormonism
Transcript: How to Get it Done pt. 2 Ideas I Want To Talk About NOT LSD Team Culture Functionally, how was your team run? Was it done well? What went well? What didn't? http://www.masterclassmanagement.com/ManagementCourse-Training1.html Rules: 1. When having a conversation use the finger rule. Avoid speaking over others. 2. Be respectful. It's okay to offer your opinion but don't be rude. This goes for me too. Please call me out on it. 3. Be serious. Not only does this influence your future in AIESEC, keep in mind you basically hold the future of AIESEC in your hands. These are the people that, potentially, will be taking leadership roles as in applying for TL, VP, LCP, and beyond. Personal Why is team culture essential? What are the pros to having good team culture? Any cons? How do we have a team culture like OGX? (Kidding. But not really.) Team Days! What Makes Good Team Culture? End Goals http://www.trilliumteams.com/articles/41/what-makes-teams-succeed 4. Makes sure they know their functional education. This you can discuss with your VPs and other TLs on your function. Have education resources available. 5. Keep morale high. If someone has no motivation whether it's with the work or to collaborate with others, then how can you expect them to contribute their best. 6. Avoid making them feel underutilized and undervalued. Strong one on one relationships Collaborative goals Work out issues between meetings Each member must look at each colleague and believe “s/he is fantastic at what s/he does and brings so much value to our organization.” Period. This doesn’t mean that members adore each other at a personal level. It just means that they know they are in the boat with only the most talented peers. Functional Start from the Ground and Work Up How to Get it Done pt. 1 1. During your interviews, assess personalities and see whether or not the person is a good fit for your team. 2. During your first meeting as TLs with newbies, tell them the point your team with a mission statement, slogan, or something along those lines. 3. Clearly state expectations and ground rules. http://www.bridgespan.org/Publications-and-Tools/Leadership-Effectiveness/Lead-and-Manage-Well/Five-Tips-for-Building-High-Performing-Teams.aspx#.VOEwuSyLPm4 1. Hiring process. What are your end goals? Is it member growth? Personal growth? Both? Is it numbers? Triple Ds? Is it creating a nurturing environment? CHECK INS LED BY JUAN (ABIL) LDS Would you say your team had good team culture? Why or why not? http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/not-my-job-attitude/ Running a Successful Team Thank You! WHAT IS TEAM CULTURE?
Transcript: the LDS is an hallucinogen drug that affects the way people see the world LSD a very bad drug effects of LSD The LSD can turn the person agressive and antisocial how do people start using LSD how does LSD affect society LDS the LSD can get antisocial and aggressive this can affect people around them How does LSD affect a person? These drugs induce experiences that are totally opposite to reality in conclusion..... -Dilated pupils -Sweating -Loss of appetite -Insomnia -Dry mouth -Increases the temperature in the body Introduction many artist use the LSD for geting creative other people use it because an stereotype
Transcript: Grace is recieved by repenting, being baptized, believing in Jesus Christ, and receiving a gift from the Holy Ghost (what they call the Holy Spirit). This can be attained by diligent seeking. In the Mormon belief, both men and women are responsible for raising a child. Only men can serve in priesthood but say that the special women's organization is important as well. Wives are also serve a role in helping their husbands in their priesthood offices. Other Practiced Ordinances These are witnesses of Jesus Christ. They help teach Church members and represent the Church worldwide. These people, as well as the First Presidency, oversee the rest of the General Authorities. Mormon officers have stopped practicing polygamy in 1890 and say that modern polygamists who called themselves Mormons are not recognized by the Church. They support the model of marriage between a man and a woman, because they believe it is the best for children. Baptism is done by immersion to adults; children cannot commit sin therefor have no need to be reborn spiritually. Once they are eight they have a sense of morality (right or wrong), thus can be baptized. The dead can also be baptized, as they can choose to reject it in spirithood. Someone has to have "priesthood authority" to perform a baptism. Saving ordinances are essential to the religion and salvation; these cause the individual to enter a solemn covenant with the Lord and include baptism, confirmation, the temple endowment, the marriage sealing, and ordination to the Melchizedek Priesthood for men. Authorities Ordinances "Ordinances in the Church include administration to the sick , blessing the sacrament, blessing of children , (and) conferring the Holy Ghost." Presiding Bishopric Charisma Consists of smaller leadership groups. Includes Primary, Relief Society, Sunday School, Young Men, and Young Women General Presidencies. The groups are made of a President and two counselors. Worship Prophets and apostles write scriptures about God's word. These scriptures include the Bible, the Book of Mormon (which is another Testamant of JC), the Doctrine of the Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price (written by Joseph Smith, offers translations and interpretations). Women's Rights Includes president, two counselors, and 12-member High Council helps select bishops serving in their ward. High priests also help serve other members. Homosexuality Ward Bishoprics Presidency of 70 This is the prophet. He has all the authority to make the ultimate decisions, and has two counselors to assist him. Grace First Presidency Sources Structure Latter-Day Saints, or Mormons First and Second Quorums of the Seventy Polygamy Seven members of the First or Second Quorums represent the Presidency of the Seventy; while most presidencies consist of a president and two counselors, this section contains only presidents. Connection to Salvation lds.org; mormon.org Mormons hold liturgical sacrament meetings on Sundays, which families generally attend. They have hymn books and sing hymns, church members offer prayers, a communion (bread and wine in this case), and 'two or three assigned speakers'. Other groups meet before or after the sacrament meeting, including Sunday School. *Individual prayer and keeping ordinances are other ways to worship An individual is saved spiritually and physically through God's grace. Physically by JC's salvation, spiritually "through faith in Jesus Christ, obedience to the laws and ordences of the gospel in service to Christ." Bible Interpretation Modern Issues [General Authorities are the same level of authority under the 1st Presidency and the Qof12] While participating in the saving ordinances is the main step to salvation, it is not enough. To achieve salvation, one has to continue to be obedient to God's word, which the ordinances help guide. Salvation Destiny Stevens Along with his two counselors, the Presiding Bishopric oversees the non-spiritual aspect of the Church. They oversee the Church's affairs worldwide, and serve as role models for members of the Church by volunteering and serving. Quorum of 12 Apostles Individual Members While Mormons don't condone homosexuality and don't officially approve, they officially recognize gay people as human. They do consider homosexuality as a sin, and as such they would not allow non-heterosexual people as members because it goes against their beliefs. Active Mormon adults each serve roles within their church, such as secretary or librarian. Church Structure Stake Presidency Organized into quorums at the ward level, men serve here starting at 12 and advance a level in priesthood every two years. They help guide younger people as well as other Church duties. Oversee general affairs; there are currently eight active quorums of the seventy. They serve in the Presidency of the Seventy as well as in local area Quorums of the Seventy. Prophets are sent by the holy Ghost who lead the church. (ldstalk.wordpress.com) Baptism General Auxiliaries
Transcript: Evermore Adventure Park - 45 acres LDS Conference Center Plaza Vineyard Stake Center Various LDS Meetinghouses (20+) South Temple Streetscape Triad Center Plaza High Schools/Middle Schools Design Process Compliments from various contractors, architects as well as LDS church employees Evermore Park Parkway Lofts Moab Marriott Resort LDS Temples Educational Projects The Team Logan LDS Tabernacle Provo City Center LDS Temple Rome, Italy LDS Temple Aba, Nigeria LDS Temple Logan, Utah LDS Temple Logan, Utah LDS Tabernacle What makes In-Site Unique? Parkway Lofts Apartment Complex Elementary Schools Provo City Center LDS Temple In-Site Design Group employs a talented team of landscape architects and designers with diverse experience. South Temple Streetscape We will go the extra mile Brigham Young University Foothill Park - 30 acres Franklin Park - 5 acres Creekside Park - 22.5 acres Harvest Park - 7.5 acres Joaquin Park - 1 acre Evermore Adventure Park - 45 acres Lighthouse Cove Park & Open Space - 5 acres "If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail" - Benjamin Franklin A qualified team with exceptional experience Questions or Comments? Park Projects Collaboration with other design professionals Consider constructability and maintenance during the design process. Designs that don't just look good on paper, they are beautiful, functional and maintenance friendly. Design with construction costs in mind Unique process that ensures success Attention to Detail Competitive Price Sunset View Park master plan - 13 acres Plain City Park master plan - 9 acres Bicentennial Park master plan - 14 acres Traverse Mountain Park - 5 acres Sweetwater Park phase 1 of 9 acres - 1.6 acres Mt. View City Park - 7.5 acres Savoy Gardens Park and Open Space - 5 acres Why choose In-Site Design Group? Logan LDS Temple Religious Projects Long term relationships Logan LDS Temple Conclusion Exceptional value Rome LDS Temple Creekside Park - 22.5 acres Facilities Planning Presentation Mountain View K-8 School Ephraim Elementary School Gunnison Elementary School Mountain Trails Elementary School Greenwood Elementary School Dry Creek Elementary Blackridge Elementary School Mt. Pleasant Elementary School Crestview Elementary School Dan W. Peterson Special Ed. School Who we are: Orem High School (36 acres) North Lehi High School (50+ acres) American Fork High School Redesign Lehi High School Redesign Pleasant Grove High School Field House Highland High School Baseball Field American Fork Middle School Redesign Eagle Valley Middle School Albion Middle School Remodel JFK Middle School Remodel New Lehi High School What makes ISDG unique? An Exceptional Team Diverse background & experience Construction Management Experience Provided CM/CA for many years on millions of dollars worth of landscaping. Deliverables Detailed record drawings Complete project binder CM/CA Process We know that what looks good on paper doesn't necessarily work in the field. We know how to take a project from concept to design to construction and project closeout. We know how to get project done on time and on budget. Logan Temple: Concept design through complete construction in 6 months UVU Pedestrian Underpass Park Orem MATC Higher Education Attention to Detail Go the Extra Mile Construction Documents Construction Management & Administration Bid Management In-Site Expertise Brigham Young University Facilities Planning Presentation Experience Religious, Educational, Parks, etc. Foothill Park Go the Extra Mile (and a half)
Transcript: LDS How often will we do financial statements? We use financial statements to manage the affairs of the company by assessing its financial performance and position and taking important business decisions. We will have an: income statement balance sheet chart of accounts retained earnings The business will use cash basis accounting so that we always know exactly how much money we have during the present time. This is to avoid mistakes of possible overspending because money has not been taken out of the accounts yet. Cash or Accrual? We will do them at the end of every month in order to properly keep track of the financial standing of our business. Fiscal or Calender? Revenue We will begin our advertising by doing the following: Bring fliers to local companies/ organizations who would possibly utilize us A billboard off the side of the interstate to get the word out to people whose job involves travel Social-networking: the fastest way to reach the most people We decided to have the end of our accounting year be the end of the calender year. A fiscal year would be more suited for businesses that are seasonal. The business's revenue will mostly include the money we make for our services. It will be recorded the moment we acquire the payment. Where will we be? Expenses Get the word out! Our expenses will include: rent for the building cost of supplies salaries of workers advertising costs, etc. We will record our expenses as soon as we make the payment. It's Just Lunch! Financial Statements The location of our business will be in Lexington, KY where there are multiple places that would take advantage of our type of business.
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