NUR 665 Discussion Christian Identity and Heritage

NUR 665 Discussion Christian Identity and Heritage

NUR 665 Discussion Christian Identity and Heritage

Access the Christian Identity and Heritage page of the GCU website located in the study materials. As a GCU graduate, discuss how you can integrate faith, learning, and work into your organization to foster a climate of respect and caring. How will you strive to be actively engaged as an advocate in nursing education organizations or institutional processes?

Most Australians know something of World Vision’s story. Since we began in Australia more than 50 years ago, millions have done the 40 Hour Famine, or sponsored a child, or dug deep when an emergency such as the Asian Tsunami has happened. As Australians have connected with us, they’ve connected with the stories of children, families and communities struggling with injustice and poverty right around the world.

But not everyone may be familiar with World Vision’s connection to the Christian story. It is this story that motivated our founders and continues to motivate and guide our staff and organisation today. At the heart of this story is the person of Jesus. His life and his teaching shape the way we work today.

Our story is a story of faith. Jesus was known for spending time with those on the fringes of society, always seeing potential for change and transformation where others could not. His example motivates us to live and love at the edges and to find potential for transformation in the toughest situations.

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Our story is a story of hope. Jesus presented a radically different view of how life, relationships and society could be. He said he came so that everyone might have a full life. This gives us a glimpse of how things could be and motivates us to work for justice for all, so that everyone might experience a “full life”, with no-one left behind.

And our story is a story of love. We believe that that love has the power to overcome all. The unconditional love Jesus demonstrated for the sick and the hungry, for children and widows, for prostitutes and foreigners, for friend and even for foe, sets the standard we aspire to today. Love drives us to serve all people in need today, regardless of race, gender, age, location, religion or social status.

Since we were founded in 1966, more than two million Australians have chosen to partner with us when giving to charity. Some share our Christian story, but many have other stories that motivate them to partner with us. We welcome and celebrate this diversity.

All of us at World Vision are connected in our desire to seek justice and to overcome poverty for all children, everywhere. We invite all Australians to join us.