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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.
Visit: MTM Program Website

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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My Favourite Thanksgiving Prayers

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I have been posting thanksgiving prayers and quotes on the Light for the Journey Facebook page all week and thought that you might enjoy some of my favourites. Don’t forget to check out my thanksgiving liturgy for this year too. Let me start with my favourite thanksgiving scriptures: Psalm 95 Psalm 100 Psalm 136 Colossians […]

Teammate Spotlight: Jarin Harvey

So I thought I’d let everyone get better acquainted with my 4 awesome teammates by featuring them each in a muy especial blog, and Jarin’s up first!

  NAME: Jarin Harvey AGE: 25 NATIONALITY: Canadian (though I’m constantly forgetting… :D)


She works out every morning at around 5 am. Yeah, girl is intense. She’d known about the race for a lonngggg time before she finally decided to go on it. She went to YWAM and did one of th

When You Feel Like Going Home

I wrote a blog to my squad about eight months ago, describing how fearless we all were; about how we were strong and determined. We were Dauntless. Well now I feel called to write another. It's a little difficult because I'm on a bus right now and I get crazy motion sickness. But this is urgent. So please take the time to read it. D-Squad, this is for you.   I want you to know how proud of you I am. I'm proud of you for hanging on; hanging on for dear life. This ride is not easy

First 12 hours in America-Happy Thanksgiving

It's 2 am, Thanksgiving morning. I am sitting all alone in a hotel in New York City. Only on four 1 1/2 hour naps in the past 48 hours, I should be tired and sleeping, but instead I am wide awake. I am wide awake because in less then 12 hours I will be seeing my family for the first time since the beginning of January, or I am wide awake because today marks the end of a life changing experience on the World Race. It's hard to believe that eleven months ago, had only been to one country besides

Saying goodbye to The Philippines

Goodbyes suck, and when I say that I don't mean it lightly. As my time in the Philippines comes to a close I am overwhelmed with sadness. The people I've met have made a lasting impact on my life. Yesterday, I had to say goodbye to a man named Art and his six kids at the Monday morning tent city feeding, if you know me at all you know I am obsessed with this little family, and you will also know that I am horrible at goodbyes. A little background on Art is that his wife works at a meat factory i