2017 Christmas Gift Catalog

Reaching the World for Christ

Reaching the World for Christ

Global Mission Leadership Initiative
Global Mission Leadership Initiative
The vision of the Global Mission Leadership (GML) Initiative is to bring Christian leaders from around the world to Baylor to earn a master's in social work with an emphasis on students returning to their nations to become catalysts for holistic community transformation. Through your gift, you will support the work with these students and contribute to Christ-centered international development through culturally informed transformational education.

Cost of one student's books $750
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Engineers with a Mission
Engineers with a Mission
Engineers with a Mission engages undergraduate students in the School of Engineering and Computer Science to pursue projects and discipline-specific missions opportunities that use engineering abilities to promote the use of appropriate technology and sustainability for developing communities. These students also spread the message of the gospel. Over the years, groups of students and professors have traveled to Kenya, Honduras, Rwanda and Haiti. Local partners have included Mission Waco and World Hunger Relief Farm. By supporting this program with your gift, you will help facilitate economic development and community transformation in lives both at home and around the world.

Suggested contribution $200
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Campus Kitchen Project
Campus Kitchen Project
Baylor's Campus Kitchen Project is an emerging leader in community service for students and a resourceful anti-hunger program. Working in dedicated groups, Baylor students prepare meals from scratch, including vegetables from a campus community garden, and deliver them to the Family Abuse Center and Mission Waco in the local community. Additionally, other volunteers pick up unused food from dining halls and deliver it to feeding agencies in Waco on a daily basis. With your gift, you will be supporting Baylor students as they follow Christ's example in helping those in need receive much-needed, nourishing meals.

Suggested contribution $75
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Resident Chaplains
Resident Chaplains
For more than 170 years, Baylor University's commitment to provide a rigorous academic experience grounded in Christian principles has been evident in campus life. Today, that commitment is embodied by the George W. Truett Theological Seminary students who serve as chaplains in on-campus residence halls. These pastors-in-training offer invaluable resources for students as they face the struggles of school, relationships and life in general. Through your gift, you will make an important contribution to this cornerstone of Baylor residential life and help minister to students during their times of need.

Suggested contribution $75
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University Development

Office of University Development
One Bear Place #97050
Waco, Texas 76798-7026

Clifton Robinson Tower, Ste. 800
University_Development@baylor.edu

(254) 710-2561
(800) 229-5678, option 4

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