World Mission University

In 1988, the Oriental Mission Church met to pray about the need for a new seminary that would train missionaries, pastors and lay leaders. At the end of the meeting, a plan had been formulated for what would become World Mission Theological Seminary, which became reality in 1989. In 1991, the school was granted the authority to offer Master of Divinity and Master of Arts degrees. In 1992, they were permitted to award Bachelor of Arts degrees by the California Department of Education. To reflect the new educational opportunities at…

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Major Software Company Recruiting People with Autism as Programmers

Adults with autism often find it challenging to obtain meaningful employment, but we’ve started to notice a trend in the last few years: companies specifically looking to hire people with autism, the latest company being German software giant SAP. They’ve already hired people with autism in Ireland and India, and their goal is that 1% of their workforce of 61,000 be people with autism. The article quoted the parent of a 14-year old with Asperger syndrome as saying “People with autism have some unique abilities to really focus on their…

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