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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 Heart of Tolerant Hospitality in Reconciliation by Steve Wickham

Submitted by Godspace

“For God was pleased for all fullness to reside in him, and through him to reconcile all things to himself…” — Colossians 19-20a (USC) Indigenous peoples of the world have an inherent commonality. Inevitably they have had their homelands pulled from under them, and our collective histories rarely do justice to the actual, and often abhorrent, facts […]

The Waiting Game

These last couple weeks have been....strange. I read that the race will change your life. It's been a few short weeks since I've offically committed and my life has already started to swiftly change direction.  This has got to be the weirdest season of my life thus far. It's a compilation of soo many different emotions! I'm excited, nervous, impatient, restless and yet exhausted, and battling some serious spiritual warfare.  I hear His whisper "Just wait". Just wait.... really God?!

I Had It All Planned.

If you would have asked me last summer before launch if I thought my race would include a 5 day stay in a Nepali hospital and being put under anesthesia for multiple procedures to try and find why my bowels were so inflamed and infected and why my spleen was about to rupture; I would have laughed. Call me crazy, but that was never part of my plan. I was going to have a mostly healthy race with a few “flu’s” here or there because of the conditions on this side of the world. I ha

Less Internet but More Focus

As some of you may have already seen my computer has fizzled out completely. I'm pretty sure I'll be able to get it fixed next month - I just don't have the right screwdriver at this moment in this hostal in Bolivia (which is awesome by the way). Because I don't have a computer (the comma button doesn't work on this computer and it's driving me nuts) I don't have a way to post pictures with my blogs and I'm sorry about that! If I can ever get internet on my phone I will post as many pictures as

50 Hours! This bus Better Have a Bathroom!

  The end. It's the end of our second month of ministry. We hav made it to Bolivia. Wehave travelled over 45 hours and over 11 more hours of travel await my team before we arrive at our ministry site. We traveled as a whole squad until La Paz and then each team will continue to their own ministry sites after spending Monday night in a hostel. For my team, it will be our first month as a single team, living with only the 7 of us. For the past 2 months we have always been living and hanging