Random Thoughts on My Canadian Friend Don Posterski – May God Rest Him in Peace!

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UPDATE: On Wednesday, June 13th, at 2pm, Toronto time, my dear friend Don Posterski went to be in glory with Christ and the saints. May he rest in peace!

I met Don for the first time in early 2000, just a few months after I joined World Vision, to work in the Middle East and Eastern Europe Region (MEER), as Director for Faith & Development (F&D – the sector of which Don was in charge in WVI, earlier called Christian Impact – CI, and then Christian Commitments – CC)). Soon after that, he invited me to join him in the WVI Commission on the Church, which, due to Don’s wisdom and his ability to lead a team of very diverse and hard headed members, was the most significant initiative in which I was involved in my 20 years in WV. I wish I had a picture from any of those significant meetings, but I do not. Therefore, I will try to compensate (over)illustrating other events.

Later that year, in October, I invited Don to join my team in Sinaia, Romania, for the first regional event of our sector, called the Christian Life Conference. There, the main speaker was Jim Houston, who taught on Christian Discipleship, while Don taught on building church partnerships, Tim Dearborn taught on witness to Jesus Christ and I taught on spiritual formation. It was a great event, which participants remember fondly, almost 18 years later. Again, Don gave the measure of his unique leadership style, by keeping himself in the background and encouraging others to serve with their gifts. (Again, sadly, I lost all pictures from that event.) Continue reading “Random Thoughts on My Canadian Friend Don Posterski – May God Rest Him in Peace!”

Conflictul din Orientul Mijlociu – O serata Strajerul – 8

Haideți, fraților, o întrebare, o remarcă, o replică!

Mergem acasă nesatisfăcuți. Înseamnă că fie n-am priceput nimic, fie că am fost foarte clari, ceea ce mă îndoiesc… Te rog!

(O interlocutoare din sală) Vă întreb în legătură cu această toleranță de care vorbiți, cu privire la islam. Dacă toții creștinii au politica iertării și-a iubirii, asta nu ar putea fi ceva de care să profite islamismul în politica sa expansionistă?

Da, da! Întrebarea este absolut legitimă și este, de fapt, complexă. De fapt, aș putea-o traduce în termenii următori: ceea ce Cristos ne-a propovăduit în „Predica de pe munte” poate fi sursa unei teologii politice? Atunci când America este lovită, așa cum a fost lovită la 9/11, ar trebui ea să le ofere teroriștilor încă vreo două turnuri, eventual Sears Tower sau mai știu eu ce altceva? Cu siguranță că nu la asta se gândea Cristos! Cu siguranță că nu la asta! Într-un fel operează principiile eticii în relațiile dintre indivizi, dintre persoane umane și altfel operează ele la nivelul comunităților și la nivelul entităților naționale. Lucrurile sunt, în mod evident, mult mai complexe, la acel nivel. Nu putem transfera mecanic principiile de la un nivel la celălalt. Trebuie să operăm cu nuanțe. Teologia politică nu este specialitatea mea și nu intenționez să intru în detalii, într-un domeniu în care nu mă simt competent, dar în același timp, oricât de diferite ar fi principiile cu care operăm la nivelul relațiilor între state sau între comunități, nu cred că militarismul, că agresivitatea, că acceptarea cu seninătate a ideii de „victime colaterale”, când este vorba de oameni absolut nevinovați, cu zecile și sutele, este acceptabilă din perspectiva Împărăției, a valorilor Împărăției, a „Predicii de pe munte”, în sensul ei aplicat la comunitate, dar cred că adevărurile „Predicii de pe munte” pot fi aplicate în mod direct la relația dintre indivizi. Eu nu prea cred în predici, dar dați-mi voie să predic puțin în seara asta și să vă spun: haideți să încercăm să ne analizăm atitudinile! Ce anume se întâmplă în noi înșine, ce anume se stârnește în inima noastră, atunci când auzim cuvântul „musulman”? Ce imagini se nasc în mintea voastră? 9/11, fanaticul care se aruncă în aer în piață, Osama bin Laden? Oare v-ar plăcea dacă credința creștină ar evoca în mintea unui necreștin, islamic sau nu, doar Holocaustul, pornografia, căci doar de așa-zis creștini au fost ele inventate, nu-i așa? Țările zise creștine (orice va fi însemnând asta – eu cred că doar oamenii pot fi creștini, nu și țările) sunt cele care au promovat cruciadele; într-un oraș zis creștin, condus de un mare reformator, Calvin, a fost ars pe rug Miguel Servet, pentru erezia de a nu crede în Sfânta Treime; țările pretins creștine au instituit inchiziția, intoleranța, ori antisemitismul. Continue reading “Conflictul din Orientul Mijlociu – O serata Strajerul – 8”

World Vision – A Prayer for Refugees

World Vision has just made public this little clip containing a prayer for the Middle East uttered by my friend and former colleague Dr . Chawkat Moucarry, a Syrian Christian born in Aleppo.

Lord, hear our prayers!

What’s really behind Israel’s attack on Christian charity World Vision? | The Electronic Intifada

Aid group says funds sent to Gaza amount to far less than Israel claims was diverted.

Source: What’s really behind Israel’s attack on Christian charity World Vision? | The Electronic Intifada

In care you REALLY want to know.

It’s Official – I Am Leaving World Vision

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Note: Today, my World Vision supervisor, Conny Lenneberg, the leaders of our region, made the official announcement about my leaving the organisation. Here is what she wrote.

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Dear colleagues,

It is with great regret that we advise that, due to funding challenges in F[inancial] Y[ear] [20]16, we will not be able to maintain our Faith in Development Director Position held by Danut Manastireanu beyond February 2015.

Danut has played an instrumental part in the development of the Christian Witness and Spiritual Formation of our leadership and staff over the past 17 years. We are most appreciative of the dedication and passion he has brought to FnD throughout the entire MEER [Middle East & Eastern Europe] region.

Danut started his relationship with WV as a member of WV Romania’s advisory board in 1995, later joining as WV staff in the position of MEER Christian Commitments Director in 1999.  During his service with WV Danut has contributed in so many ways, developing FnD [Faith in Development] staff across the region, supporting the N[ational] O[ffice]s,  advocating on behalf of the region to ensure good understanding of both the unique inter-denominational sensitivities and complex inter-faith context.   Some of the highlights of his contribution include:   Continue reading “It’s Official – I Am Leaving World Vision”

My World Vision Story – 2 – Joining World Vision Regional Team

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Joining World Vision Regional Team

Four years later, in the summer of 1999, Chris Shore sent me the job description for a new position in World Vision called, at the time, Regional Director for Christian Witness and Spiritual Formation. He told me: ‘I think this is really for you. I suggest you should apply.’ When I read it I had the definite impression that it was really written with me in mind. The Regional Leader, Philip Hunt, who initiated and applied for funding for this position, turned to the National Directors in his team and asked for suggestions. Since Philip knew me already, as we were involved together in Advisory Board of WV Romania, Chris Shore told him that I could be a potential solution for this position. With Philip’s permission, he sent me the job description.

My feeling, reading that document, was as if all the various strings in my life – my theological interests and expertise, especially in Orthodoxy, my interest in ecclesiology, my ecumenical commitment, my cultural interests, my passion for travel – came together in this position. My wife and my closest friends had the same clear feeling. However, things were not simple at all, as applying for this position would have had major implications on my previous involvements. Continue reading “My World Vision Story – 2 – Joining World Vision Regional Team”

#PrayForTheWorld

Our hearts break for children and families affected by indiscriminate violence across the world each and every day. Pain is real but so is hope and so is love. Join us @worldvision and #PrayForTheWorld

My World Vision Story – 1 – The Early Years

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My 20 years in WV are drawing to an end – The Early years

It was the summer of 1995. For a year already I had been back to Romania from my theological studies in London. I was teaching theology and hermeneutics, and leading research at what became later the Emmanuel University in Oradea. I was travelling there across the country, for twelve hours by train, East to West, for a week to ten days every month. I had also started working, part-time, on my doctorate, on a theme of Eastern Orthodox theology. It was an exciting time, as we were trying to establish what we hoped will become, in time, one of the best evangelical theological schools in Europe.

Out of the blue, I have received an email message (yes, we already had email at that time!) from Charlie Dokmo, a former Navigator missionary in Eastern Europe, whom I met some time before the fall of communism. He was then the National Director (ND) of World Vision (WV) Romania and was trying to get together an Advisory Board. In view of our common Navigator past, he invited me to join this board. As I have found out many years later, my name was suggested to Charlie by another Navigator colleague, Chris Shore, who was for a few years a missionary under cover in Romania, doing a master’s programme at a Romanian university.

I must confess I knew nothing about WV at that time, but knowing Charlie and reading the documents he sent me I became interested and I joined the board. We were, at the beginning, three Baptists (Rev. Petru Dugulescu, Ioan Peia and myself) and three Orthodox (Fr. Vasile Mihoc, Dr, Pavel Chirila and Dr. Ioan Bocsan). You should have seen how stiff we were at the first meetings, each group sticking together on opposite sides of the table. Yet, in less than a year we became good friends and, by God’s grace, we were able to do together great things.

I remember with great fondness a board retreat we have organised at an Orthodox monastery in Paltinis, near Sibiu. It was really cold and it took some plum brandy and plenty of wood burning to warm us up, but it was worth it. It was really a ‘dreaming dreams’ exercise, with deep discussions, prayer and lots of laughter. It was there that we drafted many of the great things in which we were involved as a board in the coming years.

Among these, probably the most prominent were the three all Romanian churches gatherings that we have organised in Bucharest and Iasi, in 1999 and 2000, under the leadership of the new ND of WV Romania, my good friend Chris Shore. I think such a broadly ecumenical reunion has never happened in the 20 centuries history of the church in my country. I was for thirteen years a member of that group, nine of these while I was also working as a staff member of the regional WV team.

To be continued…

Danut Manastireanu – Interviu pentru cotidianul Adevarul

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Ramona Iacobute

In urma cu putin timp am avut deosebita placere a unei convorbiri prietenesti cu Ramona Iacobute, jurnalist in cadrul echipei din Iasi a ziarului Adevarul. Am discutat despre credinta, despre secularizare, despre islam si islamofobie, despre criza refugiatilor sirieni si multe altele. O parte a acestui dialog si-a gasit locul in interviul publicat astazi, 21 octombrie, 2015, de cotidianul Adevarul.

Redau mai jos prima parte a interviului.

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Ieşeanul doctor în Teologie ajuns în marile zone de conflict ale lumii: „Criza refugiaţilor e un turnesol pentru Europa. Arată lipsa de coerenţă, lipsa unui lider.”

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Dănuţ Mănăstireanu (60 ani), cu o vastă experienţă în zonele de conflict şi la catedrele universităţilor care au cursuri de istoria religiilor, îşi expune punctul de vedere în privinţa crizei imigranţilor din Siria şi a evoluţiei religiilor în Europa. Continue reading “Danut Manastireanu – Interviu pentru cotidianul Adevarul”

Valeriu Nicolae – Ce mi se intimpla?

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Valeriu Nicolae este unul dintre colegii mei cei mai buni din echipa regionala World Vision. Este Director de Advocacy, si a avut pina acum o cariera mirobolanta. Am ajuns sa-l cunosc mai bine participind la un proiect comun al biroului in care lucram, si am realizat ca sunt multe lucruri care ne apropie, dincolo de radacinile etnice comune.

Recent, Val a fost invitat sa scrie permanent la Dilema veche. Iata,mai jos, reactia lui.

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Valeriu, am vrea să ai o rubrică permanentă în Dilema veche! Ce zici?

M-am scos. Neam de neamu’ lu Geta, Ghică, Gogulică al lui tanti Ani, Gigilică Bouroşu al lui Lili, fosta gagică a lui Marius Lăcătuş, Miţa, Lica, Lucica, tanti Silica, Chiva, Nini (adică neamurile mamei), Năzdravan, Ambasador, Icoana, Plato fiul Aporiei şi nepotul lui Cristi Brancardierul, Moşu, Vierme, Pisica, Manix, Pamfilica şi tot neamul de aristocraţi de la Ghelmegioaia al lui taică-meu, Ciolan, nu au scris în Dilema! Glorie, frăţică!!!!!!! Continue reading “Valeriu Nicolae – Ce mi se intimpla?”

Chawkat Moucarry – A Christian View of Islam

This lecture was delivered by my World Vision colleague Dr. Chawkat Moucarry, on Thursday 19 February 2015, at the Patriarch Ilia II Foundation in Tbilisi, Georgia, as part of its intellectual and spiritual development programme for youth. Over sixty young people participate in this lecture, which ended with a question – answer session and a little reception.

Christophen Hale – Why Christian Groups Lead the Biggest Relief Efforts in the World

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Organizations like World Vision give the lie to negative stereotypes about Christian work in the world.

As the Philippines marks the one-year anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan, known locally as Yolanda, the country’s recovery is in full force. Leading the work on the ground is the biggest recovery and human development group in the world: the worldwide Christian community.

Pope Francis — who will visit the region in January — has said that the Christian community is called to be “bruised, hurting and dirty because it has been out on the streets, rather than a church, which is unhealthy from being confined and from clinging to its own security.” This community, Francis says, will heal wounds and warm hearts.

The ecumenical humanitarian group World Vision has clearly gotten the memo. Founded by evangelical pastor Robert Pierce in 1950, the group has grown into one of the largest development organizations in the world. Deeply rooted in a faith experience of Jesus Christ, the organization’s work is an attempt to manifest God’s redeeming love without exception. Continue reading “Christophen Hale – Why Christian Groups Lead the Biggest Relief Efforts in the World”

Voltaj – De la capat

Astazi, 4 noiembrie, a fost lansat acest nou videoclip al formatiei Voltaj, a carui tema este situatia tragica a copiilor lasati in tara de parintii plecati la munca in strainatate.

O initiativa a formatiei Voltaj, impreuna cu World Vision Romania si Habitat for Humanity Romania.

De urmarit NEAPARAT.

Alaturi de acest clip, a fost lansat si situl delacapat.ro Continue reading “Voltaj – De la capat”

The Story of My Involvement with THE WAY – An Introduction to Orthodox Christianity

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In May 2009, Bradley Nassif, Professor of Theology at North Park University in Chicago visited Romania for the launch of the Romanian translation of the book Three Views on Eastern Orthodoxy and Evangelicalism (J. Stamoolis, (gen. ed.), Grand Rapids, Mi.: Zondervan, 2006), which took place at the University of Cluj. During that visit, Dr. Nassif told me about an Orthodox project that might benefit from any potential support I could provide through the budget I was managing as part of my World Vision responsibilities for the Middle East & Eastern Europe Region, as Director for Faith in Development. The project, formally initiated in June 2004 at the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies (IOCS) in Cambridge, under the leadership of Professor David Frost, later Principal of the college, was called THE WAY (it took its name from the earliest term by which followers of Christ referred to themselves), and aimed ‘to teach basic Orthodox Christianity as a journey of life, centred on Christ, in terms that communicate to a secular and largely pagan world’. Continue reading “The Story of My Involvement with THE WAY – An Introduction to Orthodox Christianity”

Plan vs Reality

Plan vs Reality

I dedicate this to my World Vision colleagues. They know why. 🙂

Pray for Syrian Children!

They have fled to Armenia because of the war in Syria and tell how it is to live in a country at war. “The war should stop. People should lead their normal life and those who want to return to Syria should be able to do that”, says Zheni, 16.

This video was produced by World Vision Armenia, in support of the world prayer initiative for Syrian children, now, at three years since the beginning of the conflict in Syria.

The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment – Chapter 1

The discipline of spiritual discernment

Review of “Chapter 1: A Call to Discernment”

by Joel Taylor, World Vision Lebanon

Evident from the title, this chapter emphasizes the direct link between discernment and spiritual maturity. According to Challies, lack of discernment equates to immaturity, backsliding, or spiritual death. Conversely, the presence of discernment means maturity, growth, and spiritual life. Through it all, the author is encouraging the reader to pursue discernment, in line with Biblical instruction. He draws upon two key passages, 1 Kings 3:6-9 and Hebrews 5:11-14, and rightly identifies the importance of discernment, which he defines as “thinking biblically about life” (15). Continue reading “The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment – Chapter 1”

The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment – Introduction

The discipline of spiritual discernment

Together with the members of my team in World Vision, we have decided to read together and take turns in summarising for our team the contents of the book The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment by Tim Challies. It is not necessarily the best book on this topic,, but it is, I think, a good introduction to atopic that is often neglected in Christian circles.

In the next three month I will share with you the summaries written by my colleagues, with a set of questions, that could be a good discussion guide for those interested in this topic.

I will begin today with the summary of the introduction, prepared by my colleague Gabriel Achim, from World Vision Romania. Thanks Gabi, for being the ice breaker. Continue reading “The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment – Introduction”

WV Job Opening – Regional Faith and Development Integrated Programmes Leader (MEER)

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Position Title: Regional Faith and Development Integrated Programmes Leader – Middle East & European Region (MEER) Application Deadline Date: 08 Dec 2013
Position Location: within Middle East & European Region Position Start Date 15 Jan 2014
Region: Middle East/Eastern Europe Position End Date: 14 Jan 2016
Requisition Category: International Recruitment Priority: Need Immediately
Country Name: Cyprus Program/Office Name: Middle East & European Region
City/Province: within Middle East & European Region Employee Type: Home Country Intl. (HCI)
Job Grade Level: 17/168 Recruitment Status: Advertising in Progress
Is this a family post? Non-family – Staff only
Requisition Num: 2013MEEYCHS-9DUATG

Job Description

POSSIBLE LOCATIONS WITHIN THE MIDDLE EAST & EUROPEAN REGION; PREFERRED LOCATION: CYPRUS – NO RELOCATION ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

The Regional Faith & Development Integrated Programmes Leader is part of MEER’s ministry team, Development Learning & Impact (DLI) team. It also is part of the Faith & Development (F&D) team through a matrixed reporting relationship to the Regional F&D Director. The purpose of the role is to serve as a business partner to National Offices (NOs) to help MEER overall evidence the role of faith and its contribution to enhanced programmatic practice and outcomes. The position also works with NOs to support scale-up of faith and development programming. Continue reading “WV Job Opening – Regional Faith and Development Integrated Programmes Leader (MEER)”

World Vision – A Call to Prayer for Peace in Syria

On Sept 7, starting 7 pm until midnight at St Peter’s Square (Italy UTC + 01:00), Pope Francis asked each and every religious person and those against war to join him “gather together in prayer, in a spirit of penitence, to ask from God this great gift [of peace] for the beloved Syrian nation and for all the situations of conflict and violence in the world.”
Pope Francis, pontiff of the Roman Catholic church, has called on all people of faith, regardless of religious sect or affiliations, to observe Sept 7 as a global day of prayer and fasting for Syria  condoning the use of chemical weapons as a means to settle any domestic or international conflict.
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Pope Francis Continue reading “World Vision – A Call to Prayer for Peace in Syria”

Tim Costello – All we should be saying, is give peace a chancea chance

All we should be saying, is give peace a chance.

Rev. Tim Costell, CEO of World Vision Australia believes that his country has to use wisely its role in world affairs, by giving peace a chance in Syria. I could not agree more.

Why Are We Stewards of Creation? – A World Vision Position Paper

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World Vision’s Biblical Undestanding of How we Relate to Creation

Jared Hyneman, Christopher Shore – Natural Environment and Climate Issues

Executive Summary

 

The purpose of this document is to concisely clarify and explain World Vision’s understanding of the

Bible’s foundational teaching on God’s creation, especially as it affects World Vision’s mission. One of our guiding documents, titled our Core Values, declares:

We are stewards of God’s creation. We care for the earth and act in ways that will restore and protect the environment. We ensure that our development activities are ecologically sound.

As a Christian organisation, World Vision has more than practical, historic or development theory reasons for acting. We act because we are informed by and rely on the biblical narrative, church history, and our creeds and doctrines. As World Vision works to protect and serve the most vulnerable, we must consider creation and environmental issues. Only by doing so can all God’s children, especially ‘the least of these’, experience life in all its fullness. Continue reading “Why Are We Stewards of Creation? – A World Vision Position Paper”

Hope for the Holy Land – The West Coast Tour – UPDATE

UPDATE: This post has attracted a lot of hate reactions. A text signed Walid Shoebat  was published on multiple Zionist sites pretending to care about persecuted Christians. They accuse Palestinian Christians involved in the Christ at the Checkpoint and Hope for the Holy Land initiatives  of being socialists (these ignorant people, who are using typical neo-conservative brain-washing methods have no idea that socialism was created in the UK by Christians, in support of oppressed workers). They continue their perverse smearing campaign by accusing people involved in these initiatives as being supporters of Hamas.

You may find out HERE more about the Mosad scam called Walid Shoebat.

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Come and hear Lynne Hybels of Willow Creek, Mae Cannon of World Vision, and Sami Awad of Holy Land Trust (Bethlehem, West Bank) share about how the hope of Jesus is transforming the Holy Land!!

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Details:

Orange County and LA

World Vision Chapel and Pastors Luncheon
Wednesday, May 1st from 11:00am-1:30pm

World Vision International Office
800 W Chestnut Ave, Monrovia 91016

(626) 303-8811 Continue reading “Hope for the Holy Land – The West Coast Tour – UPDATE”

Just Prayers – Prayer of Encircling

This 2.09 minute film prayer is one of a series that is made available to individuals and communities to encourage engagement with injustice, locally and globally.
Producer: Chris of Exposure, 2012
Starring: Special thanks to Elliot Clark, a six year old prayer superhero.
Soundtrack: Halt
Music by Sam de Jong & Alister Wood
© 2011 Parachute Music (admin. by SHOUT! Music Publishing)
Performed by Parachute Band
As Recorded on Matins:Vespers

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Just Prayers – Franciscan Benediction

This 1.53 minute prayer film is one of a series that is made available to individuals and communities to encourage their engagement with injustice, locally and globally.
Producer: Chris of Exposure, 2012
Starring: Special thanks to: Neville, Celeste, Joy, Kalesita
Adapted by Mark Pierson from a Franciscan prayer. Original author unknown.
Soundtrack: Rallentando
Music by Sam de Jong & Alister Wood
© 2011 Parachute Music

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Just Prayers – The Lord’s Prayer

 

This 2.29 minute film prayer is one of a series that is made available to individuals and communities to encourage their engagement with injustice, locally and globally.
Producer: Kevin of Exposure, 2012
Starring: Special thanks to Lulu and Mia
Soundtrack: Hark
Music by Sam de Jong & Alister Wood
© 2011 Parachute Music (admin. by SHOUT! Music Publishing)
Performed by Parachute Band
As Recorded on Matins:Vespers
Courtesy of Parachute

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Just Prayers – Compassion

My colleague Mark Pierson in World Vision New Zealand is one of the most creative members of our team.

Here is a first example of his series of short films for leading prayer. Enjoy and download freely.

This 3.16 minute film prayer is one of a series that is made available to individuals and communities to encourage engagement with injustice, locally and globally.
Producer: Brooke of Exposure, 2012
Soundtrack: Rallentando
Music by Sam de Jong & Alister Wood
© 2011 Parachute Music (admin. by SHOUT! Music Publishing)
Performed by Parachute Band
As Recorded on Matins:Vespers
Courtesy of Parachute Music
Commissioned by: Mark Pierson for World Vision.

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Hope for the Holy Land video

This is the longer version of the short presentation video you can find HERE.

The Hope for the Holy Land tour of World Vision on the West Coast of the United States continues.

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Jarrod McKenna – Live Life – Week 1: Fast

Have you ever felt fully alive? Jarrod McKenna takes a deeper look at this week’s challenge (http://blog.worldvisionyouth.org/2013…) to fast by inviting us to find our calling through Jesus’ walkabout in the desert.

Watch this video and then share what you will reject through fasting this week on global sharing platform at http://www.worldvisionyouth.org/

World Vision would like to thank Jarrod McKenna (https://www.facebook.com/Jarrodandmates) for his improv’d homiletics, David Gungor from “The Brilliance” (http://thebrilliancemusic.com) for providing the ‘sound’ of Easter in Lent and Julian Masters & the crew at PopHD (http://julianmasters.com.au) for capturing the visuals and production.

Live Life is a six-week journey, beginning 13 February, to explore what it means to truly live a full life, as God intended us to live. To join Live Life, sign up at http://livelife.worldvisionyouth.org

Hristos impartasit copiilor – Ora de cateheza

http://www.doxologia.ro/video/documentare/hristos-impartasit-copiilor-ora-de-cateheza
Inregistrarea unei ore de cateheza biblica, parte a programului BOR de catehizare a copiilor realizat cu sprijinul organizatiei World Vision International.