Non Profit Analysis Essay

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Non-Profit Analysis Project
Liberty University
Penny LeBaron
Busi 602
Carlson Hurst

Part 1: Christian World View According to Del Tackett’s article on the Focus on the Family website, a person with a Biblical world view “believes his primary reason for existence is to love and serve God” (Tackett, 2012). Barna Research Group asks the following questions to determine if a person has a Biblical worldview: “Do absolute moral truths exist? Is absolute truth defined by the Bible? Did Jesus Christ live a sinless life? Is God the all-powerful and all-knowing Creator of the universe, and does He still rule it today? Is salvation a gift from God that cannot be earned? Is Satan real? Does a Christian have a responsibility to share his
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GET has also been nominated several times for the Suzi Bass Awards for artistic excellence in theatre. Georgia Ensemble Theatre has a director and a board that are self-governing. People volunteer their time to serve on the board. The public benefits from the arts program through having dynamic theatre nearby as well as the classes that are offered.
Minds in Motion Minds in Motion is the brainchild of Wendy Roberts who started out working with the world of fashion in New York City with a degree in merchandising to going back to school and getting her degree in elementary education and teaching second grade in Florida. Wendy is the founder and CEO of Minds in Motion whose mission statement is to ‘spread awareness through programs and services while supporting the emotional and educational needs of children from disadvantaged circumstances and foster care’. Wendy started Minds in Motion in 2007. She was motivated to help children from a young age. As a Christian with a Christian worldview Wendy believes that Minds in Motion is God’s will for her life. She prayed for two years before moving forward with the idea. Minds in Motion’s strongest program is a reading mentoring program that involves at risk children in grades 1-3 being mentored by high school students. This helps the children to prepare and pass the CRCT, Georgia’s standardized testing. Minds in