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Question Pro Donates Online Survey Software to TechMission

We would like to thank QuestionPro for their generous donation of their online survey software.  We will use their software for surveying students and other stakeholders for our online college serving the poor, City Vision College.  Find out more at: http://www.questionpro.com

Helping the Homeless Who Suffer from Mental Illness - Part 2

This is the second installment on the topic of helping the homeless who are mentally ill. With a basic knowledge of the issues these people confront, knowlegable Christian workers can make a huge difference in their lives.

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Why should addicts avoid new relationships with members of the opposite sex in the first year of recovery?

For addicts, real lasting change occurs only after a long and often painful process of self discovery.  Becoming involved in a romantic relationship too early is a sure fire way to short-circuit the process.  It is actually one of the most frequent causes of relapse.

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Live Your Calling Book and Website (liveyourcalling.com)

Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck (Pasadena, CA) are nationally recognized experts in career counseling, work satisfaction, and productivity. Their Web site, www.ChristianCareerCenter.com, is the most visited Christian career site on the Internet.


 

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Zimbobbing through Africa

Zimbabwe has been packed with kids clubs and youth ministry at churches and schools!Each week we go to a new section of the city to run kids club. Kids club is basically a 3-4 day vacation bible school, full of bible stories, worship/dancing, games, life skills, and English lessons.My team mates and I rotate between the club's and preaching at the high school assemblies. It's been so much fun getting to know the kids and teens of Bulawayo as well as our awesome hosts Abraham and Ana! They h

With Your Calling, Comes Attacks

Yes, I believe in my heart that God has called me for a higher purpose, a bigger calling. Yes, I post beautiful pictures of the different countries I've been to so far. But life hasn't been all perfect as what it seems. With this calling, comes attacks from the enemy.  I have been struggling spiritually this month with my own personal journey. I feel like it's been harder for me to get up in the morning to spend time with the Lord, I feel like I've been less patient with my teammates, and

My Love For 'Journey'

“Journey” I hate this word.  It’s completely overused and because of that, the word itself has lost its meaning for me. My mom and I love to watch the Bachelor, the Bachelorette, and Survivor. On each of these shows on each episode they use the word “journey” to describe what they’re going through. At launch back in October every one of us was given us a key with a word engraved on it. Each key has specifically been prayed over for each specific member

My Challenge

My Challenge I have a challenge for all of you back at home that are reading this. First read this verse below: “Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us,”??Hebrews? ?12:1? ?NIV?? This verse is very important to me and before I challenge you with something I first want to tell you why. Almost 2 years ago, as I have

Peeling Back The Layers... This Sucks

My next blog will be about either my team, my ministry, or something else I think up... but for now I just need to peel back some layers and let y'all in on how I ACTUALLY am doing. I am hurting. I am confused. I am conflicted. I am stretched thin. I am halfway done with the race. The race so far has been the highlight of my life. I have learned so much, seen so much, and experienced so much all in the journey getting here, and while on the race so far. So many moments of joy, and delight, and

Loveable Heart With A Little Grace

    This story originates all the way back to our training camp in August and comes full circle on January 2nd. During our training camp in August one of our mentors, Austin Ulsh, gave us a white board and told us to write down what we wanted to either grow in or share with the world over our race. Over some serious praying and time to think I wrote down 'Loveable Heart' and thought that was that. Well during our launch in October he surprised not only my squad but every squad that was

The Men Wear Skirts

Mandalay is a city that is I am guessing not used to white people. They see us and do a double take, they stare and if we get caught staring at each other we both smile and laugh. They are a culture of people who are friendly and hospitable. So much so that at one grocery store there is someone in each aisle just to make sure you can find what you need. At the place we stay at we are often woken up by the sound of cats (hopefully) running across the tin roofs above our heads. We head down for a

The Men Wear Skirts

Mandalay is a city that is I am guessing not used to white people. They see us and do a double take, they stare and if we get caught staring at each other we both smile and laugh. They are a culture of people who are friendly and hospitable. So much so that at one grocery store there is someone in each aisle just to make sure you can find what you need. At the place we stay at we are often woken up by the sound of cats (hopefully) running across the tin roofs above our heads. We head down for a

Prophetic Doodling

Newsflash I’m in Nepal! Yes, to answer your question, I did see Mt. Everest and it was so thrilling. A couple of squad mates and I took a plane ride across the Himalayas and there it was, the highest point on earth. It was very symbolic because there I was, staring at the top of world. The Lord is a grand artist full of wondrous ideas for this spectacular planet. The pollution here, however, is a downer because Kathmandu is basically just a big valley surrounded by many mountains but you c

Lesotho

Hello! Just a bit of wifi here at the moment - I can only get 50mb free in town and that's why I got booted off last week, but this time around I typed it out in my notes so I could copy and paste it! So our ministry and living situation definitely changed a lot from Panama to Lesotho. So we always get up for our 630am, one mile walk every morning and then hour long quiet time with the Lord. Breakfast at 8 which alternates oats and porridge. Morning ministry is walking 20-25 min into the villag
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