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Masters of Science, Technology, Society, and MinistryCity Vision College/TechMission is announcing a new online accredited Master's Degree in Technology and Ministry. In the past 15 years, we have helped train thousands of people in using technology and ministry. We are excited to be able to turn much of that experience into an accredited Masters program. The program is modeled after Science, Technology and Society programs like at Stanford and MIT, but with a focus on practical application toward ministry.
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7th cityTechMission's Executive Director, Andrew Sears, explains in Christianity Today's latest online issue why Christians need to use technology to fight poverty. "Christians often resist technology," he said. "We are fighting battles against injustice, but are using antiquated tools. It's like the other side has tanks and jet planes, and Christians are fighting with sticks."


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City Vision College offers year-long internships with free accredited college courses in exchange for serving in urban ministries across the country. It's like a "work study" program, but where you gain practical experience in the organizations where you want to serve on graduation. Learn more at the City Vision internships website.

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The Beginning by Michael Carroccino

Submitted by Godspace

The beginning of the good news of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. As it is written in the prophet Isaiah, “See, I am sending my messenger ahead of you, who will prepare your way; the voice of one crying out in the wilderness: ‘Prepare the way of the Lord, make his paths straight,’” (Mark […]

Advent #3 by Mark Pierson

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The Village of Roses

 Yards and yards of dark red curtains hung from rafters hiding me from hundreds of people in the audience. I wiggle my toes in my tight point shoes wishing my feet were a half a size smaller. Looking around at the large group of girls I was about to enter onstage with; "Girl with the big hair bun", " girl who can jump high", " girl who wears two hairnets", "Lauren", "Kelly", and "that other girl", were some their names. I'll be honest, I never really knew the girls by their real names or th

The Plague of Perfection

I call it the plague of perfection. A tad dramatic maybe, but then I am that. And I"m infected with the need to be the best. Whatever I produce must be of excellence, whatever I think must be the most wise, and whatever I do I must do it perfectly. Failure is inexcusable. Why is this?  Well, after much processing, I concluded it"s because I feel that if I don"t do everything perfectly, or at least maintain the illusion so everyone else thinks so, no one will like me. And that fri

What Pain Looks Like in the Moment

My great-grandmother died a few days ago. I was very close to her. When I went to visit my dad every summer I stayed at her house and she cooked my sister and I meals served with the best sweet tea in the South. She took us to the library a few times a week and grew my love for books, and she sat in her rocking chair and told us stories of the war and her best friend and what it was like to be a young woman admist a hard time for our country.   She taught me what it looked like to be a str