The Center works to allay human suffering and enhance human dignity by identifying and confronting the underlying spiritual, social, and political moral issues that rob individuals of peace and that produce human suffering and indignity.
The Center's work encompasses bioethical research and education across a wide spectrum of contemporary moral issues, ethical and leadership training for individuals, groups, educational institutions, and businesses, as well as specific humanitarian projects locally, nationally, and internationally.
The Center convenes leaders and students to address complex human moral needs around the world in three distinct but related ways:
• Learning Initiatives (Exploring the Word of Need)
• Teaching Initiatives (Equipping for Change)
• Serving Initiatives (Engaging the Voiceless)
The Don and Jan Sims Center Advocacy Internships
Maximum Award: $2000
Length of Internship: up to 1 academic year
Deadline September 1; June 15
An educational scholarship is offered to help defray tuition expenses for Center interns enrolled in bachelor, master or doctoral level degrees in an academic field associated with the work of the Center.Don and Jan Sims Scholarship Application
Fellowship in Global Advocacy
The Center Global Advocacy Training
Program Cost: $1000
Length of Internship: 1 year
Deadline October 15
The Center’s fellowship program seeks to strengthen Christian global advocacy in the areas of ministry, business, education, and healthcare. This fellowship enables businesspersons, pastors/chaplains, healthcare workers, and educators to undertake collaborative research in areas of social need facing the church and the world. It also trains participants in theological disciplines designed to enhance marketplace ministry in specialized careers.