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In 2002, Rev. Jimmy Jones and Jason Conrad co-founded Christ Central Institute (CCI) in Wagener, SC.
Jason Conrad had been an intern with Christ Central Ministry and moved to South Carolina to implement educational programming to touch the hearts and minds of Christians with the Christ Central philosophy of charity and unity.
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Jason Conrad, co-founder of Wagener's Christ Central Institute, has launched a book series to share his vision of Christian charity with the reading public."The Call to Care: Charity in Ancient Christianity" was released in March, the first book in a projected series to be called "The Call to Unity."Conrad uses the work to examine four central questions about charity: Why should Christians care about and practice charity?Are there limits to how much charity groups or individuals should receive from Christians?Should Christians draw a distinction between the Christians and non-Christian poor in issuing charity?How should wealthy Christians perceive themselves and be perceived by other Christians?The book examines the origins of charity in the church of the early New Testament and its evolution as the church grew.It also traces the idea of charity throughout both the Old and New Testament Bibles and explores the role of stewardship and responsibilities of privilege in both the church and in wealthy societies. "God has given so much to select wealthy Christians, that their giving, coupled with practical charity from others, is more than enough for the woes that come upon nonbelievers in the world," Conrad writes, observing elsewhere that "charity becomes evangelism that quickly.""The Call To Care" is in use in the curriculum at Christ Central Institute, where Conrad is a professor.
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Here's a highlight of just a few of the triumphs: • Ken Clark was made CEO of Christ Central in March 2008. • Students from all over the country came to intern at Christ Central last summer. • Jason Conrad, co-founder, vice president of academic affairs Submitted photo and professor at Christ Central, Ken Clark was named CEO of published two books.
Reverend Jason Conrad is a "Teacher and Evangelist" with Cross Style Ministries.Jason currently lives in Wagener, South Carolina teaching at a new school of ministry.He has been working with Christ Central Ministries, a multi-faceted ministry bringing together the Body of Christ for ministry to those in poverty.He has been with Christ Central for 2 years and Cross Style Ministries under the direction of Stephen Manley for 5 years.He is the Director and a teacher at the Christ Central College of Cross Style Ministry.