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I was speaking with a gentleman at one of the shelters in Newark, NJ that I ministered at a couple of days ago and he shared with me that he had just gotten out of the hospital from attempting to kill himself for the 8th time. I submitted to him that he had so many reasons to live. He responded with ‘I have even more reasons not to live.’ Another young lady that I recently spoke with approached me with tears in her eyes as she described how she feels that there is no hope for her. She has been struggling with drug addiction for years and although she is tired of living with this disease, she recognizes the grip that it has on her and she is in despair and afraid for her life. While ministering in the prisons Read more
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Reprinted with permission from Mentor Training Manual for New Mentors by John Leonardson (MentorCare Ministries, 2004), pp.36-37. http://prisonministry.net/MentorCare
This is a sample form for references of prospective mentors to recommend or not recommend the mentor applicant for participation in the mentoring program
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Christians have a call from Christ to "do unto the least of these, as you would do unto me". Christ also calls us to love those who hate us and pray for those who persecute us. Our prisons are filled with men and women who have come to hate free society; they've come to the point that they would rather be in prison or get into free society and harm others.Read more
Lyon, J.M., Henggeler, S.W., & Hall, J.A. (1992). The family relations, peer relations, and criminal activities of Caucasian and Hispanic-American gang members. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 20(5), 439-449.
There have been numerous theoretical assumptions about gang members and gang membership. These include the ideas that gang members are more violent and that their parents provide less adequate supervision and emotional support than youth not in gangs. Also theorized has been the idea that gangs are adaptive, as they provide the emotional support lacking in the family unit. It had also been thought that the cultural norms of respect and loyalty to the family would decrease the likelihood of Hispanic gang members engaging in violence. However, these are just guesses. This study attempted to find out if the guesses are correct.
This study compared delinquents (white and Hispanic) who were demonstrably in a gang with those who were not, in order to see if gang membership was related to violence and to assess the social skills and social functioning of the groups.
The study used a number of tests that have been demonstrated to accurately measure delinquency, family relations, peer relations, and parental behavior. These tests were given to 131 delinquent males (ages 13-18) incarcerated at a county "Assessment Center" for juvenile delinquents. Gang membership was determined based on criteria used by the Orange County (CA) Gang Violence Suppression Unit and included admitted membership, recognized gang tattoos, gang dress, and grooming.
Of the delinquents in the study, gang members engaged in significantly more overall crime than did non-gang members. However, whites engaged in more overall crime and in more home delinquency than did Hispanics. There were no differences in the families or the family relationships found either between gang and non-gang members or between Caucasians and Hispanics. However, gang members were significantly less socially mature and more violent than delinquents not involved in gangs. Finally, whites tended to engage in more hard drug use overall, but Hispanic gang members used significantly more hard drugs than did non-gang members.
The researchers conclude that family problems are no more associated with gang membership than with anti-social behavior. However, the findings that whites engage in more crime than do Hispanics raises some questions, since there has been a significant recent increase in Hispanic arrests. The researchers discuss this as one of the weaknesses of the study. They suggest that this finding may reflect a tendency among minorities to underreport on self-report questionnaires, or that it may reflect greater control by either Hispanic mothers or the extended family.
Based on this author’s interviews and on research by David Foy of Pepperdine, the primary motivation for gang membership, at least in Los Angeles, appears to be fear of physical harm or death. This fact was not considered by the researchers of this study. It may be that youth who lack the social skills and maturity to find appropriate means to maintain their safety are more prone to join gangs. If so, the increased violence measured may be a function of both fear and social ineptness in that these individuals know of no other means of behavior.
QUESTIONS FOR REFLECTION AND DISCUSSION
- How can society increase the sense of physical security and the social skills among high risk youth in order to decrease their risk of joining gangs?
- What can be done to modify the lives of those already in gangs to help them feel safe enough to leave?
- How does the issue of safety interact with the call to service?
Michael E. Carter cCYS
- It is important to remember that what "experts" say is may not always be so. There is a need for research to see what is really happening.
- It is important to note that there was no racial difference found between white and Hispanic gang members. Race is not a factor in gang membership; neither is the nature of the families.
- It is too easy to use cliché prejudices such as race or bad genes to explain away society’s lack of responsibility.
style="color: rgb(255, 255, 255);"> Geneva, face="Tahoma, Sans-serif"> Locy, T. (1999, 4 de octubre) . Como madre, como hija: ¿Por qué las mujeres más jóvenes siguen a sus madres en la vida de la delincuencia. EE.UU. News & World Report , 127 (13), 18-21.Read more
WORLD Magazine and the American Bible Society recently recognized Straight Ahead Ministries as a regional finalist in it's 2010 Hope Award for Effective Compassion search. Straight Ahead has been doing great work helping to reconcile and rehabilitiate gang memebers. TechMission Corps members serve at their Lynn, Massachusetts site.Read more
Do you really understand the economic crisis in America? This webcast by Andrew Sears, TechMission's Executive Director, provides a beginner's guide to understanding poverty in America and what can be done about it. Please forward this to friends who might want to learn about poverty and social justice.Read more
Navin, P. Christopher and Daniel Jaffe. (September, 2005) "Boston High-Risk Youth Network: Needs Assessment of Boston's Youth at High Risk," A Report to the Boston Capacity Tank.
To discuss the ongoing battle between institutions of social control and the black male.
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So you've been called to start a prison ministry, but you are not sure where to begin. This guide created by Hopeaglow shows you how to begin an effective prison ministry with as few as 2 or 3 members all the way up to your entire congregation or organization. Learn how to connect not only with adult offenders, but also with juveniles and the families of prisoners. The guide also dispels many common misperceptions that many first time prison ministry workers may have.
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First Name:Charles LLast Name:Dick JrPUBLICLY VISIBLE summary of your background, skills, experience, availability & interests:xmpTPg:NPages 2 Creation-Date 2014-02-12T16:57:08Z created Wed Feb 12 11:57:08 EST 2014 stream_size 269087 Last-Modified 2014-02-12T16:57:36Z producer Microsoft® Word 2010 Content-Type application/pdf creator Microsoft® Word 2010 page Charles L Dick Jr (918) 506-4007h (405) 812-7674m 711 N East Ave, Apt E6 Tahlequah, OK 74464 firstname.lastname@example.org Objective Secure a position in the field of Addiction Counseling & Therapy; Apply academic learning with extensive previous professional experience to create and manage long term transitional & recovery housing in a faith based environment for veterans, reintegrating inmates, and those who are participating in Drug Court, Community Sentencing, and/or functional disabilities. Profile Motivated, personable, and experienced business professional with over 25 years invested in self-employment. Diverse talent for performance on the leading edge of development and implementation of current and emerging trends in chemical dependency – treatment, intervention, and reintegration. Previous professional experience will be an asset as the need for more and better options in transitional housing, medically supported treatment options, and community awareness efforts to reduce the effect of stigmatism for clients and anxiety and fear of misinformed or uneducated communities. Diplomatic and tactful with professionals and non-professionals at all levels. Accustomed to handling sensitive, confidential records. Demonstrated history of producing accurate, timely reports and records meeting stringent guidelines. Continually updating office management and processing skills that are popular within the Microsoft Office and Quicken-QuickBooks environments. Flexible and versatile – able to maintain a sense of humor under pressure. Poised and competent, with demonstrated ability to easily transcend cultural differences. Maturity that is tempered by decades of life experiences that is invaluable and seasoned with insight and intuition that instills assurance through personal application. **Education Oklahoma State University – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Assoc. of Science Degree - Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling, 28 July 2008 University of Central Oklahoma, UCO – Edmond, Oklahoma Bachelor of Science Degree: General Professional Studies, 8 May 2011 Minor Degrees: (3) Real Estate; Sociology; Substance Abuse Studies Northeastern State University, Graduate College, Tahlequah, OK Current Enrollment: Fall 2011 to Present (Degree by May 2015) Master of Science Studies: Substance Abuse Counseling, LADC, w/LPC Hrs Hours Completed: 38 of 67 Grade Point Ave: 3.0 Oklahoma State License Eligibility at Graduation: LADC & LPC **Formal Transcripts Available upon Request page Charles L Dick Jr (918) 506-4007h (405) 812-7674m 711 N East Ave, Apt E6 Tahlequah, OK 74464 email@example.com Academic Skills Summary – Substance Abuse Counseling Screening Process Treatment Motivational Interviewing Intake Procedures Planning Domestic Abuse Consumer Orientation Counseling Referral Procedures Assessment Process Case Management Reports and Record Group Counseling Crisis Intervention Keeping Co-Occurring Child Abuse Consultation Techniques Disorders Client Education Trauma Professional Organization Memberships ACA American Counseling Association 2007 – Present NAADAC National Association of Alcoholism And Drug 2007 – Present Abuse Counselors AACC Association of American Christian Counselors 2007 – Present OCA Oklahoma Counseling Association 2008 – Present REFERENCES Academic Art Christie, MA, LADC, LPC Coordinator, Substance Abuse Studies University of Central Oklahoma (405) 974-5547 Dr Michelle Shuler, PhD, LPC Graduate College, Dept. of Psychology & Counseling Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, OK. 74464 (918) 444-3015 Professional Dana Ballas, LCSW Department of Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center, Oklahoma City, OK. (405) 456-1000 Personal Don Key Friend & former Industry Associate Yukon, OK (405) 745-7500; (405) 245-0120; (405) 354-6635 (Liability Insurance Provided by Request Only)Are you a Christian?:YesDo you attend church regularly?:NoAre you using this site as an Individual/Volunteer, an Organization, or both?:Volunteer
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Location402 South AveRochester, NY 14620United StatesPhone: 714-457-016933° 51' 4.0428" N, 117° 56' 57.4008" W
First Name:Pastor EliahLast Name:MauzaAbout Me:
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Vision & Mission Profile
Our Vision is to reach the African countries for Training & teaching
Our Mission is to reach the African countries for training to train the Africa Leaders on this areas: follow
1 Religions Leaders
2 Politics Leaders
3 Community & Social Leaders
4 Business man 5 Government Leaders
6 and other sectors in the African continent
To achieve the goals of our ATMN mission to educate the all kind of the leadership in Africa and to impact the countries of education, to know the best way of the African Development we invite the Religions leaders to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to Preach the peace in African countries.
We invite the politics leaders and governmental, to teach the African, politics leaders to make clear way and awareness of the African Democracy and to increase the peace in African continent.
We invites the community and social leaders to educate our community and the society of Africa to know were the African people for the purpose of God even our colors black color it is not judgment from god, so we can face the problems like HIV.AIDS and poverty in African continent thorough deferent ways.
we invite the Business man To make the awareness of the business man in Africa and out of Africa to fight the economic s criss. In Africa and to share one another the resources &business education and to know the good way to uses resources 7 Materials
we invite governmental
To teach the government leaders which the good way to use the authorities for the voting time to increase the Democracy in African and to know the African peoples were a one to say stop fighting one another in Africa and to Decree the peace in Africa and to make a African continent to be a unity.
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Church planting - Tanzania
prepare for Conference of the Pastors and wifes in Dodoma then we have the trip for church planting in Tanzania , this mission team we begain /planing from 6-13 June 2010 we have 5 areas strong for church planting ,
1]prepare for Conference of the Pastors and wifes in Dodoma
2] in kiteto Manyara Region mission , to preach and teaching the gospel and to complete the church Building there
3] Haydom Manyara Region , this ares were going to preach the gospel and we plan to plant the church two new Branches there,
4] in Singida Region we have 3 church Branches there and were doing to plant other two new church branches
5] Dodoma villages /District we plan to plant 2 new church Branches
this is our plan for the Tanzania Mission so we wait from you to make Deferent thank you and your welcome you and your Mission partners
in this area we pray God to give us the Mission Partners and the Missionaries from any where to work together this the work of God here in Tanzania, in this area we need clean water, cloth for orphanages ,food for poor people in this mission, the new church Buildings even small Buildings , we need support for farmers Projects. pray for this
thank you and may God bless you
Senior Pastor Eliah Ester Mauza
Pentecostal Mission Churches of Tanzania
Lifeway Ministries churches International
www.lifewayministries.tz.8m.net www.pmctchurch.ning.com www.atmnvision.ning.comPUBLICLY VISIBLE summary of your background, skills, experience, availability & interests:
Hello Hellow Dear servant of God the Servant of God, I Greet you in the nme of Jesus christ the son of Living God, Happy chrismas and Happy New year, us we thank you God a like you to reach this new year for the Golden chance to do the work of GOD so Last year I have the good chance, for the Crusades I preached the Gospel in Iringa Region, and I pray for HIV/AIDS Cases I see the Hand of God to make well sister Loida in Iringa Region and then we have the Big Crusade here in Dodoma, we thnk you God for last year . but now this yer we have the Pastors &wife seminer in Jun from15 to20 /2007 the last day 20Jun/2007 we have the Pastors Ordination Almost 30 Pastors we are Ordiner in this day because in the 2006 we are reached the unreached people for the Gospel in Singida now we have 9church Branch in singida and Manyara in the Mbulu District we have 7 Branches and in the Katesh District in manyara we have 5Branches ,Kiteto District 4Branches Dodoma Vllage we have the 3 Brnches .all this it is the work of 2005 to 2006 so I welcome you or one of you to Present your Ministri here I want if your led to come you can Tech this Pstors and wife seminer then you can Make this for 30 Pasotrs , thank you and I wait from you the ANSWER www.lifewayministries.tz.8m.net LIEWAY MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL Rev, Eliah mauza P.o.box3204 Dodoma Tanzania +255-753-599648 Lifeway Ministries international P.o.box3204Dodoma Tanzania +255743599648 firstname.lastname@example.org LiteratureDistribution www.netministries.org Seach in the Tanzania section Rev, Eliah Mauza P.o.box3204 Dodoma Tanzania Reaching rural villages and un-reached peoples with the gospel of Jesus Christ Discipling new converts with sound, Biblical doctrines through native pastors and literature distribution. Planting churches and equipping the saints to reach their neighbors and stand strong for Jesus Christ. The Pentecostal Missionary Church is located at area A Dodoma Tanzania road highway) from the Tanzania to west African countries . in The DistrictDodoma town is at present facing a great revival of the Gospel because historically this area has many Moslems, residents of Kondoa Dodoma previously knew nothing about Jesus Christ until in I973 when the first Pastor from Assemblies of God who started witnessing, Preaching and Planted a Church of Pentecostal nondomination s at Dodoma ten year twenty years later, many spiritual denominations came here for Planting Churches. It is still difficulty for residents to respond accepting Jesus, but because many People from other part of Tanzania are coming to work or coming for business there is a great revival for the Gospel. Because Dodoma is centre side of the Tanzania Citys centre, we have two received a Big Preacher International Preachers. Most of them like to Preach into big cities and towns in Tanzania, where people can give a lot of offering. But Dodoma is a good field for Gospel, these Muslims need Jesus. The speed of of Christianity here is going very slow because many Spiritual denominations has no Power to speed the Gospel, I think because of Poverty too. As a result, Moslems has managed to establish their Center for studies, they have Kindergarten School to High School and they are planning having a University. Now even Christian Children are being registered for studying. OUR PLAN: (I) Plan as Pentecostal Missionary Church here is to start Christian Nursery Schools, Primary to high Schools, Adult education Centers, Life Skills Centers ,Bible Schools, Start self reliance groups to eradicate Poverty, establish Orphans Centers and plant as many Churches as Possible. (2) Invite Missionaries who have call and are willing to work in Tanzania. (3) Invite International Preachers who can Sponsor meetings and come to Preach for the Gospel Revival (4) Invite People from Tanzania and outside who can give for Church Buildings, because most of Church Buildings are rented from Individuals or Government Buildings, we need People who are able to sponsor Buildings, support native Pastors who are daily suffering into remote areas. WE need People who can support Gospel Literature Distribution, many lost souls are daily Perishing without knowing Jesus, many Preachers are in Cities and towns We Welcome all those who can agree working with us, God bless you. Pastor Eliah Mauza Asist National Overseer Messages From Pastor Eliah Mauza Church National Overseer Pentecostal Missionary church of Tanzania [PMCT] Dear Faithfully friends, I wanted to take this Opportunity to inform you that I have been invited to attend the above Training to be held in Mount Pleasant from I4 Jun to 28 August 2OO7.Iam representing that RTC, Reach the Children of the World here in Tanzania. The will host us, take care and feed but on our side, the want us raise a return ticket with Pocket money. Tanzania has many Children who are suffering without hope, I wanted to take this Opportunity to go and learn how to rescue these innocent Children, especially Orphans, Street Children, and even these who have failed to attend Schools due to lacking School fees and other school costs. I kindly request your support both pray fully and financially to make this trip reality, Please I should appreciate it very much if you could avail your support between from Jualy 2007. Because it is good to on I2 August 2007 Thanking you in advance, Yours in the Lord's Vineyard, Pastor Eliah Mauza Tanzania Pastor TrainingJun/26-2007 - We are planning to start a School of Ministry in order to train our People for Pastoral Ministry, because we have been facing Problems of lacking servants when we Plant Churches, Sometimes we have taken People who are not trained and as a result they leave after failure, we want People who will join us to make our dream in reality. We are writing to you because we know that you have the same burden and vision, www.pmciministries.8m.net We want to start taking 3O People in March this year for 3 months training, Please pray with us and see how you can be of help to make this plan successful. Thanking you in advance Contact Leah Edward Community Office Dovelopment email@example.com Dear Faithful Friends, 21/01/07 - I wanted to introduce myself,. I am a Pastor from Tanzania, East Africa, directing the Pentecostal Missionary Church here in Tanzania. Our Church is still young in its early stages, but we thank God that we are working hard to make sure we spread all over the Country. Tanzania is one of the Poorest African Countries and has over 35 Millions People,27 regions and over 9O districts. An Income per day is below $ I.OO while others live below the breadline. People of Tanzania love God and at present there is a great revival of the Gospel. THE NEED OF CHURCH VEHICLE IN TANZANIA - For a long time, we have been working for the Lord in a very difficult situation, especially for traveling a long distance without Transport. The Church now is growing and in fact we need a Transport for easy moving. The Pentecostal Missionary Church in Tanzania, which also operates a Gospel Literature Distribution Center-Countrywide has planted Churches in I0 Tanzanian regions now out of 5 regions, we have now 32 Branches and over 5,OOmembers. Meeting Tent Needed: 26/09/07 - The Pentecostal Missionary Church of Tanzania here at Dodoma, where it is the Office of PMC Tanzania , is in a great need of getting Iron steel sheets, Tarps or Tents for use as a Place to worship God. Because at present there is a heavy rains, the present Tent and tarps have been destroyed and we are in trouble especially when it is raining while we are in service. The present Tent that we are using was small Tent Please consider helping! Pray and ask God what He would have you do. For those who want to support please find instructions This is a church! of Kiteto church Branches in Manyara Region A platform for crusades! A choir drum used during worship. if you want to contact this choir , contact Mss Leah Eliah Mauza P.o.box3204 Dodoma Tanzania or Email firstname.lastname@example.org Handmade crafts provide a small income. You may e-mail our ministry : email@example.com See other churches in Tanzania WITH- www.Ugandachurches.org All faithful friends are requested to join us in praying especial for the Dodoma and Kiteto Manyara Singida Regions so that God may raise People who can donate to strengthen this very important place. These rains will continue up to new year and if it rains People will never come to Church. Remember that there is a great Revival for the Gospel at present, many are being converted to Christ. If God touches any one I can give in deep information, but this is an urgent need, Please share with others, join us praying. if you send to send the support send to
Rev, Eliah Edward Mauza PMCT P.o.box3204 Dodoma Tanzania or Bank A/C City Bank New York A/C No 36142828 for further credit to National Microfinance Bank A/C No 5052513670 Dodoma Branch =Tanzania
GRANT REQUEST FOR GOSPEL LITERATURE DISTRIBUTION VOLUNTEERS & PORT/CUSTOMS COSTS: Dear Brothers in faith, I am happy to write to the saints who have dedicated their lives to work for the Lord with the same vision and burden. I am writing from Dar Es Salaam Tanzania, East Africa. We operate a Gospel Literature Distribution Centre (Project) and we receive Containers full of Gospel materials, Pastoral aids, humanity/relief goods materials for free distribution. P.O.BOX3204 DODOMA TANZANIA GOSPEL LITERATURE FOR EVANGELIZATION AVAILABLE: We are announcing that we have a big Stock of Tracts, Booklets and Crusade Literature Books for Evangelizing. All Missionaries, International Ministers, Preachers from Overseas who come to Minister in East Africa, Central Africa are requested to order the above Gospel Materials here. We are Located at Dodoma Tanzania, East Africa. www.lifewayministries.tz.8m.net Pastor Eliah Mauza Tanzania, East Africa. +255-753-599648 --------------------------------- For those who want to support please find instructions P.o.box3204 Dodoma Tanzania www.pmciministries.8m.net --------------------------------- Prayer RequestAre you a Christian?:YesDo you attend church regularly?:YesAre you using this site as an Individual/Volunteer, an Organization, or both?:Church
LocationDodoma TanzaniaP.o.box 3204 Endtime Harvest ChurchDodoma 25526TanzaniaPhone: +255-753-599648Fax: +2552623237796° 0' 0" S, 36° 0' 0" E
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I am hereby wish to apply for mentioned work in your highly esteemed country to share expriences and challanges internationally and find long lasting remedies on how improve human diginity in all areas. My greatest interest is sare more souls for christ because this only mission which left to us fulfill the following objectives Make a adifference Be a role model Impove the community To help someone To meet new encounters Save lives Share lives Sharing of knowledge Learning new skills Building homes Supporting a cause Responding to emergencies Recover from disasters Improving the environment Teaching someone Spreading of a message Giving someone a new start Inspering others to help Preveting accidents Help children Dec 2002 ? Date : Nyamira Conference & community touch based organization in Nairobi and Kibera slums children home Position : Youth Volunteer Director. Duties: ? Liaising for volunteer placements for members with organizations like self-help groups and churches. ? Design community development projects for the members like Nyamira conference involving community service/education talks for students in the local schools and churches. ? Manage the organization. ? Monitor correspondences with support partners on telephone, email and post. ? Analyze and prepare conference reports. INTER GLOBAL COMMUNITY TOUCH, NAIROBI WEST, BOX 27640 NAIROBI. 8TH APRIL, 2007 Dear Sir/Madam TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. RE: DENNIS NYAKWARA BUNDI Dennis Bundi, the bearer has been working in this organization for two years; 2005- 2006 December. All along he has demonstrated high integrity in community service as a volunteer. He served and worked without partiality and under minimal supervision. He has attended trainings as a home care, a trainee and workshop that enhance the proficiency in community services. He strived to make the world a better place for the less fortunate in the society hence made an impact in the lives of many. I belief his work proofs more than words can express. Therefore, I recommend him for hiring or any other consideration of him. He was directly involved with the vulnerable children who need his love, teaching of the basics of life and counseling. For more information contact me on: e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0728935523 Any assistance accorded him will be highly appreciated. Yours faithfully Gershom Ong?angi DirectorAre you a Christian?:YesDo you attend church regularly?:YesAre you using this site as an Individual/Volunteer, an Organization, or both?:Volunteer
LocationBOX 957NAIROBI 00200KenyaPhone: 2540202487841° 16' 33.8628" S, 36° 48' 29.1528" E
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