Retell about a personal experience, event or memory that made an impression on you so much so that it changed your lives. (Students will make sure to keep events or experiences in sequential order. In other words, students will be writing a story keeping in mind of plot, setting, character, climax and an ending). Since this is your story, feel free to employ the first person I in recounting your story. Imagine your audience as your classmates who may or may not share your background, culture, or other life experiences. Try to be as descriptive as possible in the retelling of your story. In your writing, attempt to show your reader the story you are telling by using vivid and specific details and the best way to do that is to include sensory information as sight, smell, taste, sound and touch. Feel free to incorporate dialogue that may have taken place between various characters in your narrative. Attempt to structure your narrative
In this assignment, each student will develop a proposal describing in detail how she or he will continue to cultivate her or his own Christian intellectual and spiritual lifestyle during the remainder of the divinity school experience and in the years immediately following graduation. This proposal should include the following elements: (each bulleted item will serve as a subheading in the paper) The students definition of a Christian intellectual life. A list and description of three goals associated with cultivating of a Christian intellectual lifestyle. A list and description of three specific activities in which the student will participate in to assure they cultivate a Christian intellectual lifestyle. The students definition of a Christian spiritual lifestyle. A list and description of three goals associated with cultivating a Christian spiritual lifestyle. A list and description of three specific activities in which the student will participate in to assure they cultivate a Christian spiritual lifestyle.
What are real-life, political and societal implications that Native Americans are dealing with today. How do those differ from images and representations of Native Americans that you grew up with?