Kansas woman readies for mission to Nepal

first_img Rector Knoxville, TN Karin Feltman plays guitar at a hospital in Dadeldhura, Nepal, during a visit there in May 2012. Feltman, a member of St. Margaret’s, Lawrence, Kansas, will become a long-term missionary there beginning in 2014.[Episcopal Diocese of Kansas] Karin Feltman, by her own admission, is pretty fearless. She is terrified of only two things — spiders and heights. So why is she preparing to become a long-term missionary in Nepal, where spiders are everywhere and where eight of the world’s 10 tallest mountains are located?“My whole life has led up to this point,” she said. “I’m fulfilling God’s purpose for my life.”Feltman, a member of St. Margaret’s, Lawrence, Kansas, plans to leave for Nepal early next year and stay for at least five years and maybe longer.She’s no stranger to mission trips — she’s done 15 of them since 2005, including short-term relief work after Hurricane Katrina and the earthquake in Haiti, and she’s also headed medical trips to Kenya (she’s a nurse) through the diocesan Kansas to Kenya ministry.But this experience will be different. She will move there to become part of a community and work to reduce its poverty and provide long-term sustainability.After a year of language and cultural immersion in the capital of Kathmandu, she will work in a mission hospital in the western Nepali village of Dadeldhura. There, she’ll help treat things like leprosy and tuberculosis and bites from tigers, leopards and bears, plus assist with surgeries and some of the 1,400 births that take place there each year.Since this is the only major hospital to serve a region with more than a million people who live in dire poverty, she knows she will see a wide variety of cases.In addition, Feltman said she will provide community health education to neighboring villages and will work to prevent human trafficking. Nepal is a source country for girls and boys who are enslaved by this crime, often forced to engage in the sex trade.Going full-timeSo how did Feltman go from her comfortable life in Lawrence, where she owns a home, works at the local hospital, is active at St. Margaret’s and was able to make mission trips overseas, to a life-changing decision to pack up for Nepal?Part of it was practical. “I’d do one trip and then was planning the next one,” she said. “It was hard on the hospital to plan.”Besides, she was hearing God’s call. “God was telling me the next step is full-time.”So, a couple of years ago, before Feltman even knew where she might be going, she paid off all her debts, sold half her belongings and took in a roommate who can help care for her house while she’s gone (she will return on periodic trips home). She even cut her hair short to make it easier to maintain.A man carries live chickens on a pole as he walks along a street in Dadeldhura, Nepal, during a 2012 visit to the Asian country by Karin Feltman. A member of St. Margaret’s in Lawrence, Kansas, Feltman was in Nepal exploring a call to become a full-time missionary there.Why Nepal?So why Nepal? Feltman laughed as she described the path that led to this small country in Southeast Asia nestled between India, Tibet and Bangladesh.“I’d never even been to Nepal,” she said. “I thought if I went anywhere it would be to Africa. I love Africa and have a heart for Africa.”She decided to become part of a Christian missionary group called TEAM (The Evangelical Alliance Mission) that works in Chad, Zimbabwe and Nepal. As she prayed for an outcome that reflected God’s agenda and not hers, every door in Africa kept closing. “Only Nepal worked,” she said.To test her sense of call, she went to Nepal for two weeks in May 2012. While there, she said, she faced so many spiritual battles, “I felt like Job.”When she arrived in Nepal, a political strike shut down all travel and left her stranded in Kathmandu not knowing a soul. She experienced spiders everywhere, a language barrier and coming face-to-face in the dark with a jungle cat.Eventually she made her way to the hospital in Dadeldhura where she will be working and was warmly welcomed by the missionaries there. “I received a lot of support from them,” she said.She returned home convinced of her call to work in Nepal, knowing that by law she can’t openly speak of her Christian faith and instead will share the gospel through her acts of service and love.Parish is behind herFeltman decided to set early 2014 as her target date to leave. Her sister died in late 2012, and she didn’t want to leave her family to celebrate the holidays this year without her, too.She even started classes to tackle her spider phobia. By March she was able to hold a large tarantula in her hand.She also had to get busy raising money. As is customary for missionaries, she has to provide her own financial support while serving overseas. TEAM, which has had a presence in Dadeldhura since the 1960s, has determined she’ll need to raise $3,600 a month, which covers not only her living expenses there but also health insurance, taxes, travel to and from Nepal, and ministry expenses while there.“They know how much support is needed so missionaries don’t have to struggle,” she said. “And it’s the same amount whether you’re a doctor, nurse or teacher.”St. Margaret’s has embraced her call as a missionary and has expanded it to a parishwide effort, St. Margaret’s Mission to Nepal. “The entire parish is involved,” Feltman said. “I’ll be St. Margaret’s missionary to Nepal.”The rector, the Rev. Matt Zimmermann, created support teams to help with fundraising and prayers, now and after Feltman leaves. This spring, members have been learning more about Nepal, including monthly after-church suppers featuring native food.The church also has sponsored fundraisers, including a March Madness basketball bracket challenge and a “Grown Ups Night Out.” They’re also selling “Destination Nepal” T-shirts and hooded sweatshirts.Some people have made monthly pledges, and others have made one-time gifts.Feltman said so far she’d raised 52 percent of her goal. What she needs most is pledges of ongoing monthly support.“I am confident God will raise the money,” she said. “He will make it possible for me to go.”When she does, she suspects she’ll have to battle loneliness. “My family and friends are all here,” she said. “I’m going alone.”But she said none of her friends are surprised that she’s made this decision. “They know that this is exactly who I am and what I should be doing.”Even if it means living with spiders.— Melodie Woerman is editor of The Harvest in the Episcopal Diocese of Kansas, where this article appeared in the March-April issue. 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Snow Football Routs ASA Miami 27-6 At Homecoming

first_img Written by Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailEPHRAIM, Utah-Seth Kaelin ran for 135 yards on 32 carries and two scores as the Snow Badgers routed ASA Miami 27-6, capping off a successful Homecoming game Saturday at Terry Foote Stadium.The Badgers improved to 4-0 on the season while Kaelin’s fellow backfield running mate, Taylor Larsen, posted 151 all-purpose yards and was Snow’s leading receiver, posting 4 receptions on 45 yards.Garrison Beach (14-25, 163 yards, 2 TD’s/2 INT’s) also posted a solid overall showing for Snow in the victory as he tossed touchdown passes to Myller Royals and Tevita Noa.George Pearson completed 19 of 29 passes for 152 yards and a touchdown in the loss for the Silver Storm, as they fell to 2-1 on the season.Snow returns to action April 24 by hosting Gila River (Ariz.) at 7:00 pm.center_img April 17, 2021 /Sports News – Local Snow Football Routs ASA Miami 27-6 At Homecominglast_img read more

New humanities building project underway as architect selected

first_imgThe Humanities Division hopes this complex will provide much-needed room for growth, citing a 25% increase in doctoral student numbers since 2000-01 and more than twice as many postdocs and researchers. The Division seeks to promote interdisciplinary research while offering a hub for student work exhibitions. The new library will be part of the Bodleian, featuring a range of study spaces informed by the Bodleian’s 21st Century Library report. The area, which will occupy 2,100 sqm, is comparable to the Taylorian. Noise and Traffic contributions are expected to be minimal. Dialogue with the Oxford City Council and consultations with neighbours are planned, if not already underway. Following a £150 million investment from the Blackstone Group CEO, the new centre will cover 23000 square metres and merge 6 faculty libraries: English, Philosophy, Theology and Religion, Music, History of Medicine and Film. It has been described by Sir Phillip Pullman as a “proper centre for the study and celebration of the humanities” The Project Board has also assured stakeholders that they will be regularly informed, including Student Organisations such as the Student Union and Drama Society. In an email to students, Head of Major Capital Projects Karen Brill announced the imminent revelation of the firm tasked with the development of the Stephen A Schwarzman Centre for Humanities, due to complete in Autumn 2024. Oxford Vice-Chancellor Louise Richardson said of the building: “This is an investment in excellence, an investment in Oxford.” The building will be situated at the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter between Woodstock Road and Walton Street. No occupational reshuffling is anticipated nor disruption to the mixed college and faculty teaching regime. The project will also encompass new academic posts, graduate studentships and scholarships while supporting the department’s “research-oriented” culture programme and Ethics in AI institute. Once established, the complex will accommodate 200,000 collection items, seat over 400 readers, offer a range of teaching/research and performing arts facilities including a 500-seat music auditorium, 313 workspaces for graduates, broadcasting studios for public lecture sharing and additional accommodation for students pursuing certain divisional Master’s Degrees.  Faculties not relocating, such as Classical and Oriental Studies, will be entitled to full use of the space, and access will also be granted to the wider University. Several Student consultation events are being organised, including a “brainstorming marquee” on the ROQ site in May 2020.last_img read more

“As the Raven Flies” GC1E3QC GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – 9/20/2010

first_img SharePrint RelatedChimney Top Cache GCVTH7 GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – April 23, 2012April 23, 2012In “Community”Lair GC5D2D GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – May 21, 2012May 21, 2012In “Community”Happy Independence Day! – Granite Rushmore (GC33JW4) – Geocache of the WeekJuly 3, 2013In “Community” View of Raven Glacier from near the cache site“As the Raven Flies” (GC1E3Qc) takes geocachers into the wilds of Chugach National Forest in Alaska, USA.   Kmags & Ak4me placed the cache in July of 2008.  It’s rated a 1.5 difficulty with a four terrain.  Adventurers must to hike to Crow Pass with an elevation of 3500 feet to find the small-sized cache.The location offers a bird’s-eye view of Raven Glacier. It’s rated a four for a reason.  The hike is challenging.Only ten geocachers have logged a smiley for this geocache.  The logs are a testament to the power of the view and the location of this cache.One log reads, “Awesome view. I have hiked this trail many times and have never seen the glacier, always socked in with clouds. Today was awesome with partly cloudy skies and enough of a breeze to keep the bugs at bay. We had lunch right by the cache and soaked in some rays.”Not far from “As the Raven Flies”Your exploration doesn’t have to stop here. There are now more than 3800 geocaches in Alaska and nearly 1.2 million geocaches around the world.  Explore all the Geocaches of the Week.Share with your Friends:Morelast_img read more

Video: How Twitter Scales with Scala

first_img7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… Last week we told you about how Twitter is migrating its search stack from Ruby to Java. But Twitter is also known for being an early adopter of Scala. This presentation by Marius Eriksen at the Commercial Users of Funtional Programming 2010 conference explains how Twitter uses Scala to scale. klint finley Scaling Scala at Twitter by Marius Eriksen (Twitter) from Scott Smith on Vimeo.A few of the things Twitter uses Scala for:Social adjacency store (FlockDB)Namesearch“Who to Follow”Kestrel/queueingStreaming APIStorage systemsGeoEriksen mostly focuses on the geospatial applications powered by Scala at Twitter. Eriksen and another engineer built Rockdev, Twitter’s geospatial backend, without any previous experience in Scala or the Java Virtual Machine.Eriksen also talks about the role distributed databases, Apache Cassandra in particular, fit into the team’s scalability projects.See also: How Twitter Uses NoSQL. Tags:#hack#tips Why You Love Online Quizzes How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? Related Posts Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoidlast_img read more

Are you what this video claims most Indians are?

first_imgIf cribbing were a sport, India would definitely be world champions. We love to crib about everything. Right from corruption to society, educational system to our environment. But are we ready to straighten our back and bring the change?The political awakening that India showed during the elections was mind boggling. But by changing the government and saying ‘Ache din aane waale hai’ nothing in the country is going to change. Social consciousness and relative change is the need of the hour.The fire has been burning but is India ready to evolve. It’s not just the men who are to be blamed; women are equally responsible for this. Are Indians ready to take on this huge responsibility?A poster for the video.In this montage Culture Machine that offers entertainment for the internet generation in association with Schitzengiggles Comedy and BollywoodG*ndu express their views and rhetorically question the society on various topics of importance to spur social change in a way we understand best.They are asking us the one question, we don’t want to answer in the most blatant way possible; but it isn’t to demean only to evoke.Check out the video below:last_img read more

Knicks block LeBron James at the finish, rally to beat Lakers

first_imgGoogle Philippines names new country director James’ shot didn’t go in. Didn’t even get to the rim.Mario Hezonja blocked James’ shot with 2.3 seconds to play, allowing New York to complete a late rally and beat the Los Angeles Lakers 124-123 on Sunday.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logistics“To beat a great player, sometimes you’ve got to do the unexpected and you’ve got to make big plays,” Knicks coach David Fizdale said, “because you know that they’re gearing up to make a big play.”The Lakers led by 11 with under 3 ½ minutes remaining before the Knicks charged back largely because of their defense against James. DeAndre Jordan also blocked one of his shots in the final minute, and James also missed a jumper with the Lakers clinging to a one-point lead. Bloomberg: US would benefit from more, not fewer, immigrants Knicks: Fizdale said starters Dennis Smith Jr. (sore lower back) and Noah Vonleh (sprained right ankle) were day-to-day and that G Frank Ntilikina (groin) was progressing, though there’s still no timetable for his return.ON THE JOB TRAININGThough rookie Kevin Knox has shot miserably in his first season, Fizdale thought games like Sunday and then Monday against Toronto were good for the first-round pick, no matter how he shot, because they were learning experiences.“Back-to-back games, I think it’s going to be good for him. LeBron today and obviously Kawhi (Leonard) tomorrow, so welcome to the league, kid, and this is what it’s about. This is why I wanted him in this,” Fizdale said. “Take those lumps now and later on in his career no one will remember this stuff, when he now is the guy that’s beating up on the kids. So this is all good for him.”INGRAM’S INJURYLakers coach Luke Walton said he was “thrilled” for Brandon Ingram, who had thoracic outlet decompression surgery on his right arm Saturday. The forward was ruled out for the season earlier this month after he was diagnosed with deep venous thrombosis. A blood clot caused shoulder pain for Ingram, and Walton said he hadn’t been comfortable talking about Ingram’s health while he and the team were gathering information on treatment options.“I’m thrilled for him,” Walton said. “He’s a young man that has his whole future ahead of him so it was good to hear that everything was successful.”UP NEXTLakers: Visit Milwaukee on Tuesday.Knicks: Visit Toronto on Monday. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting The West will be wild, but in the end, Duke will win title PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss New York Knicks’ Mario Hezonja (8), right, blocks what could have been the winning shot by Los Angeles Lakers’ LeBron James, left, during the second half of an NBA basketball game, Sunday, March 17, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)NEW YORK — LeBron James drove left, the No. 4 scorer in NBA history needing a basket to beat the worst team in the league.Defending him was a journeyman who hadn’t even gotten off the Knicks’ bench in a month.ADVERTISEMENT Colombia protesters vow new strike after talks hit snag LATEST STORIEScenter_img James sat out Friday in Detroit on the second night of back-to-back games and had plenty of energy for his lone visit of the season to Madison Square Garden. And it appeared his Lakers would ease to the victory when James’ jumper with 3:44 to play gave them a 122-111 lead.But everything changed from there and the Knicks ended up with just their NBA-low 14th victory of the season.“We didn’t close the game out. Being the competitor that I am, it bothers me that I didn’t make enough plays down the stretch. It bothers me that I didn’t even get a shot at the hoop. Of course that stuff bothers me,” James said.“But what’s the difference between their record and our record? Two teams out of the postseason. So it’s no difference. We could have a couple of more wins than them but both teams right now are looking on the outside looking in.”James’ trip to one of his favorite arenas was his first in a long time where his team has no championship hopes, where instead of All-Star teammates, his Lakers had as many mismatched parts as the Knicks. James got the usual big cheers for an exciting play, but also the type of criticism he has rarely faced during his career.Cameras showed James sitting all the way at the end of the bench during first-half play, far from some teammates. Knicks TV analyst Walt Frazier criticized James for not publicly being more part of the team, saying James “doesn’t really care” about the perception.The Knicks made 11 of their 15 shots, and even when they missed it wasn’t because of great Lakers defense. Of their four misses, two were unsuccessful dunk attempts by Jordan.They finished 16 of 22 in the period to lead 41-30, but the Lakers outscored them 36-22 in the second to bring a 66-63 edge into halftime.TIP-INSLakers: Josh Hart returned after missing a game with right knee patellar tendinitis. Lance Stephenson missed a fifth straight game with foot/toe injuries. SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte James finished with 33 points, eight assists and six rebounds in his return after sitting out a game, but the Knicks spoiled it with a closing 13-1 burst. James shot just 4 for 15 in the final quarter.“He just missed shots,” Hezonja said. “If you are saying that you are the reason that he is missing shots, you are an idiot.”Actually, Hezonja was one of the reasons after getting the assignment in his return to the rotation after not playing since Feb. 13, sitting out 12 straight games.Emmanuel Mudiay had 28 points and eight assists for the Knicks, who snapped an eight-game losing streak. His two free throws with 22 seconds remaining were the final points of the game.Kyle Kuzma added 18 points for the Lakers, who have lost three straight and eight of nine.ADVERTISEMENT View comments MOST READ Trump tells impeachment jokes at annual turkey pardon event Miguel Romero Polo: Bamboo technology like no other Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Wintry storm delivers US travel woes before Thanksgivinglast_img read more

Targeted Growth Program Case Study – Rosalie Touch Association

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first_imgRelated LinksTGP Case Study – Rosalie If your affiliate is looking to grow its junior numbers, why not take inspiration from Rosalie Touch Association (RTA), who were a successful applicant in the 2012/13 Targeted Growth Program.For RTA, establishing a junior development program, a first for the club in its 25-year history, was reason enough to apply for funding for the Targeted Growth Program. And the result of involving juniors for RTA has been a massive success, as Dr Kit Frazer explains. “We wanted to run coaching clinics for the juniors to introduce them to the basic skills of the games through a number of fun games and drills progressing to modified games and then full games,” Frazer said. “We advertised the program through the local schools, public and private, local press and also local rugby clubs. Members of the committee also helped as community coaches in the local schools development program.”“We ran a Level 1 coaching course for our junior coaches and ensured all had working with children checks.”Frazer says that it was clear that the affiliate was suffering from an ageing demographic and that the infusion of youth every year from now on will rejuvenate the club. “We enrolled 145 children and commenced our program on Thursday, 18 October. The development phase ran for eight weeks until mid-December 2012 and we subsequently identified approximately 30 keen and talented kids to play in Mixed Under 12’s and Boys 15’s at the WA Junior State Championships (earlier this year).”“We also now have several of the older kids enrolled and playing in some of the senior teams at Rosalie,” Frazer said. Applications for the 2013/14 Targeted Growth Program (TGP) are now open and all affiliates are encouraged to apply. For more information, please click on the following link:www.austouch.com.au/index.php?id=13&tx_ttnews[tt_news]=3893&cHash=ddf3ad2ae2 last_img read more

2014 ACT Super League awards

first_imgCongratulations to the following award winners from the 2014 ACT Super League season. Best Performed Referee James SteinbergFair Play AwardWomen’s – Grace Griffin (Eagles) and Steph Stockwell (Vikings)Men’s – James Byrne (Eagles) and Cameron Stanley (Phoenix)Most TouchdownsWomen’s – Alana Radovanov (Vikings)Men’s – Cameron Burdett (Phoenix) and James Byrne (Eagles)Best and InfluentialWomen’s – Sophie Broadhead (Eagles)Men’s – Ben Hughes (Phoenix)Women’s Open championsTuggeranong VikingsMen’s Open championsNorthern PhoenixClub ChampionsTuggeranong VikingsTrevor Richards AwardsClint JoryCarolyn BatchAngi GoodwinTo view highlights of the two finals, please click on the links below:Men’s – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtAfd4w4IOY&list=UUNA2662hsW_18Wok5HHiMeg Women’s – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cmu_qWmLpHI&list=UUNA2662hsW_18Wok5HHiMeg Related LinksACT Super Leaguelast_img read more

10 months agoEverton join battle for West Ham defender Reece Oxford

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Everton join battle for West Ham defender Reece Oxfordby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveEverton have joined the battle for West Ham defender Reece Oxford.Everton are joining the race to land West Ham’s Oxford, says the Daily Mail.The central defender’s future is uncertain after manager Manuel Pellegrini said he may benefit from a move.The 20-year-old, however, will not consider a loan move.And Everton are among the clubs interested in taking Oxford when the transfer window opens. last_img read more

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