As mentioned previously, faith is a huge part of my life. I attend church every week, and I help out with Sunday School, where I help children look up bible passages. I not only do that, but I help hand out papers as well. Also, in the summer, I help out with Vacation Bible School, where I help supervise the children’s activities. I also bring them to the restroom, distribute papers, and take attendance.
The way they lived their life was very attractive to me and piqued my interest in Christ. While being exposed to devote Christians had a huge impact on me and my understanding of Christ, my relationship with Him was brought to the next level when I began attending community college. I took a philosophy class that focused on religion and that class prompted me to dwell deeper into Christianity. Since I identified as a Christian, I wanted to take it more seriously, so I began to search for resources to help me grow. I sought out a church, and after trying a few, I found Real Life Church.
This is shown through the teachings of Isaiah and Psalm, the use of the creche, and communion. The sacred texts explaining the teachings of Isaiah and Psalm work hand in hand to encourage congregation members to accept and spread the word of the lord by sharing stories of the benefits of accepting and spreading the word of the lord. Additionally, the Psalm enforces the Anglican worldview of through repetitive statements proclaiming an acceptance of God’s word and monotheism. The use of the creche in the minister's sermon was a tactic used to target the worldview of young children, by having parents read the story of the birth of Christ, it allowed parents to develop skills that will enable them to continue to share mythic narratives with their children, enticing youth to accept Anglican ideology through an interactive story explaining the birth of Christ. Finally, the communion ritual is an extremely important Anglican ritual that was used to recognize the sacrifice Jesus made when he died for our sins and informs the congregation’s worldview by encouraging the congregation to remember the teachings of Jesus.
Another thing that helped me in this class is the journals, even though I did not feel like doing them they help me spot a lot of my silly errors and grammatical mistakes. Even though I have a lot more improving to do these class assignments help my writing to become more coherent and unified. Another thing that helped in this class was when our TA Mr. Shelford took over the class and taught the class a technique in proofreading our papers. Because our brain works faster than we can write at the end of writing my essay I read from the bottom up so my brain can
The Catholic Church offers people a place to enter in worship, work, dignity, love, and respect. The Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Parish prides itself on its sense of community and home to all who enter it. The Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Parish offers daily mass, weekly reconciliation, daily volunteer opportunities, and jobs as ways to welcome people into their community and even offer them a second chance at a normal life. The BSRCP features people from all walks of life making their community diverse, unique, and whole. The Catholic Church offers individuals from any aspect a second chance at life.
This is why I choose to do most of my work outside of the classroom. With that being said, I understand the reasons for attendence and have the outmost respect for the rules. But as a personal note, I find that some courses can sometimes be less beneficial from being in the class because the professor might have an accent or an argument that confuses me more times than not. Another way I have improved my grades is by utilizing the members at the tutoring center. The goals that I have made for myself throughout the rest of the semester are to utilize my time better as well as to study for my tests and taking care of my priorities first hand.
I have attended classes and I have met people; however, I rarely see them during a service. After attending the same church for nearly twenty years, I began searching for a smaller church where I could connect with people on a more intimate level. I have always loved church, but it is considered a mega church and when I meet people that attend, it is not at church. It is usually in a different social setting. My church experience growing up was much different from the church I currently attend.
He has a bible in almost every room. Being a Christian is giving God control of your life, letting him be your path, and praising him no matter who is watching. My grandpa taught me that it shouldn’t be about impressing other people and that serving God is like being His hands and feet in today’s world. My grandpa says that as long as we’re willing, we should serve God until we are in
My department is already English Language Teaching but I realized that university education and Celta education are quite different from one another. In terms of teachings, Celta gave me a variety of insights about lesson planning. Now, I feel more confident because I know how to design a lesson, how to adapt materials, how to provide classroom management in a detailed way. I have benefitted especially from skills lessons because teaching of skills was a problem for me. Thanks to demo lessons, lively learning atmosphere and a variety of materials and teaching styles, I could learn how do design receptive and productive skills lessons.
I grew up in a Catholic family—my parents and relatives are all Roman Catholics. In my younger years, I already remember my parents teaching me basic Catholic prayers and telling me stories or parables from the Bible. In addition, I spent my grade school and high school years in a Catholic school in Pasig. For ten years, we would pray before and after every subject and break time. Catholic retreats, recollections, seminars, and outreach events became a part of our student life, apart from having religion classes three times a week.