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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 2018 Page 7 yet stronger, and can be found in going over three minutes or mak- transportation vessels like planes ing any real mistakes. I had done and cars, fis well as items like golf my best and was feeling pretty sat- clubs, isfied," he recalled. "Everyone The benefits are clear - and so had done very well and there was is Foerster's explanation of them. really no way to say who would be "There is really no downside to the winners. I was proud to have participating in this kind of con- been associated with such talent- test," he said of his journey to the ed individuals, and winning was championship. "It is an excellent very exciting." way to develop and practice key Ion brought home a $500 cash communication skills." prize, but the bragging rights may Ryan Menath, an Air Force be even more valuable. Today's combat pilot who will wrap up his employers are looking for those history doctoral work this month, who can communicate ideas ef- was awarded second place at the UND 3MT competition for hisfectively, and UND provides those skills with its liberal arts founda- presentation on making history rel- tion. evant. "These two individuals are "The ability to explain ones' great representatives of the re- work succinctly will increase the search opportunities available at chances that others will understand UND - one from engineering,the significant nature of their re- one from the humanities," said search and help fund it for the fu- UND Provost Tom DiLorenzo. ture," said UND President Mark "When you combine our varied Kennedy. "One of the goals of the disciplines with skills to commu- One UND Strategic Plan is pro- nicate that work in a succinct, un- viding students with more high- derstandable and attention-grab- impact opportunities to hone those bing way, there are no limits to the skills, so that they are prepared for success our students will find." those conversations later in their careers." Competitive communicators Now that he's a titleholder, A 3MT contest hag a strict set Foerster's immediate goals are of rules - only one static Power- to finish his research and graduate Point slide, no props, and, of later this year. From there, he'll go course, the contestants are racing wherever his experiences lead a three-minute timer. The "eleva- him tar pitches" ate judged on cam- "I would be perfectly happy prehension, content, engagement continuing with academic and re- and communication. search work," he said, "but there It can be a lot of pressure, but is a certain allure to gaining ex- Foerster didn't let it get to him on that Los Vegas stage, perience working in industry." "I had managed to make it Reprinted with permission through my presentation withoutfrom UND Today. S Registration Deadline - WEDNESDAY May 22nd at NOON To register or for information call Patty at 284-6150 JOAN ICE LAND SALE QUICK SALE AVAILABLE TO FARM THIS SUMMER FARMLAND IN NORTH OLGA TOWNSHIP, CAVALIER COUNTY, ND FOR SALE ON WRITTEN BIDS Notice is hereby given that the following described real estate will be offered for sale on written bids, AVAILABLE TO FARM. IMMEDIATELY: Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (SWl/4NWl/4) and Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (NWl/4SWl/4), Section Two (2), Township One Hundred Sixty-Two North(162N), Range Fifty-Seven West (57W) of the Fifth Principal Meridian in Cavalier County, North Dakota. Written bids must be submitted to Brudvik Law Office, P.C. Attn: Brett A. Brudvik by 5:00 P.M Friday, May 11, 2018. Bids can be submitted by mail, e-mail, or hand delivery to any Brudvik Law Office location. It is the responsibility of the bidder to verify bid has been received. Information booklet and bidding form can be obtained from Brudvik Law Office, P.C. Seller reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Your written bid will be your only bid, there will be no oral bidding. Brett A. Brudvik Brudvik Law Office, P.C. 640 Hill Ave Grafton, ND 58237 PHONE: (701) 352-9311 CELL: (218) 791-5049 FAX: (701) 788-4243 E-MAIL: brett@brudviklaw.com 701 Park St W, Park River, ND www.brudviklaw.com CAVALIER, N.D. -- Vanessa Magnus has always had a knack for reaching out to others different than herself. In fact it's brought her around the world and back again. This May, Magnus would like to share her world, specifically her love for the Chinese and their cul- ture, with you as she begins a new international adventure in North Dakota. To help kick-off her new mission with China Outreach Min- iStries, Magnus will bring a bit of the Chinese ambience and culture to the area during a Luncheon in Little China fundraising experi- ence. The fundraiser to help kick- start Magnus' ministry will be held on May 6 at noon at the Cavalier Baptist Church in Cavalier. A lunch of soup and breadsticks, bars and coffee will be served within a set- t'mg that will give attendees the over food. essence of the Chinese culture. A program featuring China Outreach as a Second language sealed the deal Ministries President Rev. Daniel Su and she spent 11 y ars in China will begin at 12:50 p.m. learning the Chinese language and Magnus has always been drawn culture, developing relationships to international students. It's one of with the Chinese people, teaching her God-given passions, English within the university sys- Early in her education career she tem living out her faith. volunteered tutoring English in A year ago Magnus returned Chinatown while attending Moody home on furlough to be with her Bible Institute. It was here she family as her dad fought a terminal first discovered her love of the illness. While at home she had a Chinese people and felt God catch- sense of completion of her time in ing her heart for serving and shar- China and began to pray earnestly ing His love to the Chinese. An in- as to how God would next best uti- temship in China teaching English lize her passions of teaching and i, Photo: Submitted Above: Vanessa Magnus buildiag relalionships with the Chinese people serving the Lord and incorporate her tender heart for the Chinese people. While Magnus was serving over- seas, Chinese students and scholars were coming to the United States to study in the Americar/university system. "There are over 300;000 Chinese students and scholars studying in the United States each year and their numbers are rapidly multiplying," said Magnus. As Magnus learned of the mag- nitude of numbers of Chinese stu- dents in United States she also discovered China Outreach Min- istries whose work focuses on giv- ing Christ to China's future leaders through a campus ministry staff who share the love and truth of Je- sus Christ With .Chinese students while they study in America. 'It's a revolving door as they come here to study and then return home. God has provided a window of time to share the Gospel with them while they are here," she says. It was a ministry that was the perfect fit for Magnus. This fall she will be launching a new ministry in Grand Forks, ND, focusing on the Chinese students attending the Uni- versity of North Dakota. She is looking forwai-d to helping meet'the needs of new students in a new country by helping with cultural We Have area y thankyou, II can help. Call the Press at 284-6333 adaptations, practicing language skills, helping find connections with language partners, and pro- viding English workshops. Her ef- forts will be engaged in building personal relationships and intro- ducing the Gospel through Bible studies in English. "As it becomes more difficult for Westerners to live in the current en- vironment of China this is a way for the Chinese people to learn of Christ, come to know Him, and grow in Him," says Magnus. It is her hope and that of China Outreach Ministries that many of these stu- dent believers will return to China as ambassadors of the Gospel, and through their professional posi- tions, impact China's future for Christ. "I never realized there were so many Chinese students right down the road in Grand Forks," said Magnus. "God works in such amaz- ing ways. I have the chance to serve the Chinese people in loving, hands- on ways, leading them to faith in Christ, teaching and discipling them, and equipping them to ef- fectively live out their faith in eir families, communities and profes- sions." Magnus is also passionate about finding ways to help people in all pockets of North Dakota get in- volved in giving Christ to China's future leaders. "'So many of the Chi- nese students and scholars feel lost and alone in a new country," says Magnus. "There are so many prac- tical and spiritual ways for people to get involved and help make a dif- ference in this new intemational out- reach program being opened in this region." The Luncheon in Little China fundraiser is open'to the public and all ages are welcome. A free-will donation will be taken for the lunch and to help launch Magnus' new ministry in her own Midwestem backyard. For more information about China Outreach Ministries visit http://www.chinaoutreaeh.org. For details on the luncheon fundraiser please call Cavalier Baptist Church at 701.265.8989. Have you read the ,ESS today? Start or renew your subscription: in-County $34 / 0ut.of-County $38 / 0ut.of-State $42 R0. 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