Gladstone Camp Meetings

Gladstone Camp Meetings

Seminars and sermons from Gladstone Camp Meeting 2020

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August 14, 2020 44 min
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August 14, 2020 37 min
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August 14, 2020 58 min
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August 14, 2020 26 min
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August 14, 2020 67 min
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August 14, 2020 60 min
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Seminary prepared you for many things, but creating content for the internet was not one of them. Let me show you how to transform your sermon into a fully-fledged content calendar that will help you grow your ministry's presence online and save you from the stress and headache of trying to figure out what to post next.
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How to create strong, real-life community bonds through meaningful online content.
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Introduction of Adventist Community Services and social dimensions of evangelism in Seventh-day Adventist Church.
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The purpose of being a disciple is not only to proclaim the good news, the word of salvation, but also to demonstrate the love of God to people who are in need. We cannot come out of the darkness and simply bask in His marvelous light; we need to go back into the darkness and make a difference. We are chosen by God to be “salt” and “light.”

Wherever we are in the world—individually or collectively as the Adventist Church body—the su...
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August 14, 2020 76 min
Introduction of God’s Mission on the earth through Luke 4:18-19 (Great Calling), Matthew 28 (Great Commission), and Isaiah 58 (Great Command).
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Especially, when managing in a cross-cultural setting you may be faced with many challenges. How do you avoid pitfalls and cultural faux pas? How can you create opportunities to build relationships and understanding with people who are different?

The participants of this workshop will be challenged to identify their own biases, learn to adapt their personal leadership styles in order to increase their sensitivity towards others, an...
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The purpose of this discussion is to help the participants to:
Debrief some of their own experiences they have already had with people from other cultures,
Develop an awareness of their own cultural conditioning,
Understand the foundational concepts of culture and cross-cultural communication,
Improve your ability to lead increasingly multicultural groups,
And minister with cross-cultural sensitivity to people from different cultural ba...
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Have you wondered if your ministry is effective? Whether your ministry will be viable in the future? How do you know if your participation is imperative? We can’t keep doing the same old, same old, and expect to see any changes in our communities, not to mention in our personal spiritual growth. We are living in an emerging world and change is inevitable. There are demands that churches and Para-church organizations should demonstr...
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The purpose of this discussion is to learn how to engage in faith-based community development programs and interventions in local and global settings.

We will explore biblically-based principles that align with sociological methods of interpreting and defining the urban ministry and employ in ‘collective impact’ through deep collaborations with all three sectors—public, private and nonprofit—to engage in community transformation.
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