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    Pastoral Roles

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    LEFC’s mission as a church is to make disciples, and they feel very strongly about that mission. One ministerial priority was only spoken of by the pastoral members a talked to, and that was the location transition that they are currently going through right now. LEFC is looking to either build on to their church to make it bigger, open up different campuses in different areas, or start doing a third service. This is a priority for this team right now, because as Tony described, they don’t want the vision of the church to get clouded by this transition. The church itself is the people inside of the church, so their priority as a church currently is driving the vision of the church to the people so that this transition will not effect them. There were some responses that were a little unique, but overall, I was very surprised with how similar everyone’s answers were. That shows good feedback on the LEFC church, because that means that everyone is on the same page as far as the vision and mission of the church goes. As for Tony, all of the responses I got in regards to him were all very similar as well. He seems to be a great storyteller, caring, and down to earth guy with a heart for…

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    are plenty of things that need be done, One of which include keeping a grasp on what the real meaning of life is and thats curiosity. Just like Dick Steven 's said, "It Now Remains, to be seen whethe great things may be done in the name of international cooperation, even in the midst of great unrest in the world." (Importance of Exploration) We should increase Nasa 's budget. But to understand why we should do that we have to take a look at the…

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    The leaps we have taken to learn what is found in space is quite remarkable, we started out just looking with our naked eye wondering what we were even looking at, to now-a-days where we are trying to answer the question of should we live in space. Scientist, Head NASA officials, and so many more have expressed their personal opinions on what is going to happen next, and one bit of common ground that they can all come to is that money is going to be a main issue. With the International Space…

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    The Future Of NASA

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    challenges are a major concern for future endeavors into space. Keeping proper maintenance and performing repairs becomes more arduous as people advance further in space (Spotts). Unexpected hindrances can often threaten the life of the humans who are stranded out of reach of assistance. Deducing solutions to impediments located light years away becomes nearly impossible at times; countries will often have to choose between to abandoning their mission or spending even more money. In 2012,…

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    Persuasive Essay On Mars

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    now is it the time to take on another challenging space exploration and journey to Mars? One of the most proud accomplishments for NASA, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, was leading America to the moon in the summer of 1969, "That’s one small step for man; one giant leap for mankind." Mars seems like the next perfect destination, to have another achievement like that fateful day, but is it the best idea? Similar to Earth, Mars is an intriguing planet in our solar system, one that…

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    Effects of Long-term Space Flight Hanna and Shannon are sisters who rely on each other growing up as young children. One day, as an adult, Hanna and her fiancé took a trip to the moon to celebrate their engagement. There, something mysterious happened, causing the spacecraft carrying Hanna and her fiancé lose contact with earth controlling station. Shannon decided to be an astronaut for NASA to find her sister. After a long-time exploration, Shannon found her sister’s spacecraft in Jupiter’s…

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    endeavors into the cosmos were the result of significant effort and funding on the part of the United States and other various space agencies. So, they foremost require money, or they will literally not get off the ground. In the United States, the ability of NASA to explore space in a consistent and revolutionary capacity has been limited by a dwindling budget, which took up at its height less than 4.5% of the federal budget and, in the modern day, takes up about 0.5% of the federal budget…

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    Space Race Research Paper

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    The Space Race between The USSR and The United States of America during the Cold War allowed the two countries to assert their dominance over one another. However, The US has not always had the goal of defeating the Soviets/Russians in outer space. The United States Space Program has changed in size, budget, and goals since the beginning of space exploration. Rockets as we know them today began in the mid-1930s in Great Britain as a means of anti-aircraft protection. However, Germany made…

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    Elon Musk Research Paper

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    Elon Musk has dreamt of going to Mars for a long time, and one of the key elements in his operation is an extremely fast transportation system in our world. (Chambra, 2017). Before even beginning the construction of the Hyperloop, Elon has already dreamed incorporating the technology for the mars exploration. Elon Musk stated, “The Hyperloop would incorporate a series of pods travelling in an atmosphere close to an absolute vacuum.” (Chambra, 2017). Musk also plans to create a massive rocket…

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    A little over a half century ago, America began space exploration. In 1968, man orbited the moon for the very first time. In 1969, we landed a man on the moon and returned him to Earth. However, during this time, our astronauts were only white men. Women were not astronauts and were not allowed to go into space. Nevertheless, they still played roles in space exploration, although these roles were “supporting” ones. They were computerisess, secretaries, and wives. It took over two decades and the…

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