WAM House

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Participants can choose to be involved in a variety of activities, some planned, some spontaneous, at the WAM House. Having fun together is one way to build community with peers. Whether it’s going to the movies together, cooking out in the back yard or going to watch a local theatrical performance, WAMers enjoy fellowshipping with each other outside the classroom. 

     Cross-cultural experiences

 
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 Hong Kong

Because of the relationship the WAM House enjoys with ministry partner International Friendships, Inc. (we train IFI’s interns), many of our WAMers are from other countries, including India, China, Uzbekistan, Romania, Albania, and Mongolia. Indonesia, Macau, Taiwan and the USA have also been represented in our program.

      Program Volunteering

Occasionally, participants will be asked to help with WAM House functions and administration. This will be minimal. Examples include helping to prepare for an event, recruiting, attend events as a group or individual, etc…

 

2010-2011

Current Students



Field trip

John Beckett @RW Beckett Co. 

Don Lee @ Horizon Co. 

 Chuck Proudfit, Faith Foward

 Kip Morse 2010

 RJ Lowery

Stanley Tam 

 Franklinton Visiting

 Tim Troyer

 

 WAM Class

 Chip Weiant and Tyler Flynn

 Tim Kight

 Robert Caldwell

 Bob Ostrander

 



WAM2010 20-Somethings & Workplace Spirituality Forum

    

   


Amish Country Visits

   
   





2009-2010

Dedication

         

Coblentz Chocolates

         

John Beckett  RW Beckett Inc.

 

Stanley Tam  U.S. Plastic

    

Tim Troyer  The Reckoning

 

Christmas

   

Creation Museum

  

Spontaneous Combustion

   

Peking Acrobats Columbus Palace Theatre

   

Tim & Brenda Kight  Cap City Diner

   

Marketplace Commissioning & Graduation

    

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