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Masters of Science, Technology, Society, and MinistryCity Vision College/TechMission is announcing a new online accredited Master's Degree in Science, Technology, Society 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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A Prayer for the week

Submitted by Godspace

    I wrote this prayer at the beginning of the week and have used it as part of my daily meditation ever since. The imagery of God’s living and cleansing water flowing over us is very powerful in the Bible. Water is a precious gift that renews, refreshes and restores us. I was reminded(...)

Video from the Gypsy Village

Here is a video of our time with the children in the Gypsy village in Bulgaria - shout out to Nicole for making this video!

Refugee Redeemed: Mr. T's story

Over the course of the last six and half months, I have come across extraordinary people whose stories simply can not be ignored. They are the humble servants who give it all away, not expecting anything in return and the bold freedom fighters who live according to their passions and beliefs. I have sat in countless rooms, tents, huts, shacks, hotels, and coffee shops this year and listened to beautiful stories of heartaches, redemption and pain, yet I have not come immune to the way it grips my

The First 48: Part I

We arrived in La Paz, Bolivia around 6 a.m. on Friday, July 4. Our flights were good and I was really happy that no one threw up on the plane (we had been warned about that a handful of times). As we made our way through customs, I felt lightheaded and a little winded but good other than that. Our ministry host picked us up in a van and we headed to Mision Adulam in El Alto. Mision AdulamThe house we're staying in is great - multiple bedrooms, two bathrooms (including showers with hot water!),

The Rambling Confession of an Introvert Coping With the Idea of Life on the World Race

What do you think of when you hear the word introverted? Do the words loner, socially awkward, or antisocial come to mind. Do you think of someone who doesn’t like being around people or parties? What would you say if I told you I was introverted? Would you believe me? To be an introvert means that you draw energy from time alone with yourself. That you thrive in smaller setting and being around lots of stimulants an people for long periods of time drain you. I am very much so introverted