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David Ticks Sociology Project

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FC: David Ticks: Future Pastor

1: Table of Contents 2-3 Symbols 4-5 Values Norms 6-7 Material Culture/ Tech. 8-9 Free

2: Although my family is close, at times we can drive each other crazy. During be loud and destructive as WMDs (Weapons of Mass Destructions) We pick sides like a country and duke it out like WWIII! Sometimes we avoid our extended family like the plague! | The cross represents how much my family values religion. The cross to my family and me is a memento of my Savior Jesus Christ and seeing it revitalizes my good attitude.

3: Despite the facade my parents wish to show our guests when they visit our house, our house is a mess. It is like a never ending construction zone. Every year when we host a party for our family or friends we spend days cleaning. It is such a waste of time in my opinion | This is the Lutheran crest. This means a lot to me since I am planning on being a Lutheran pastor. I have been dedicated on being a pastor since the end of my freshman year.

4: Integrity: doing the right thing regardless of the consequences. I feel that in order for me to stay true to my values and beliefs I need to do the right thing even if others may judge me. | In my life I highly value honesty. Without honesty it is hard to get far in life. I try to emulated this trait daily and devoid myself of lying. But I would be lying if I say I never have lied.

5: Every Sunday my family and I go to Church together. That is a constant throughout my life. How ever after long nights of work getting up early to go to church at 7:45 a.m. is less desirable than sleeping in and going to church later. | During the Packer Football season, my extended family and I have a feast at my grandma house during the game. These over the top Packer Parties are events we have every Sunday game.

6: My house is very valuable to me. I know that it can be a mess at times since its inhabitants leave it a toxic waste dump. but and not the newest or greatest but I have place to live. | My bike is big part of who I am. Since I don't have car or in total need of one, I use my bike to get from place to place. With it, I save money and get a workout.It represents my practical thrifty side.

7: My Ipod represents my affinity for music. I spend almost every day listening to music. I mostly listen to instrumental music. | My BIble represent me in more ways than one. It is a book of wisdom, love, and great stories. I yearn to be more wise. I want to be a loving person. Also I love a good story.

8: I am a big fan of Pokemon. I play this game almost everyday. My friends come to me frequently asking questions to help them. If I had extra time and could make a living off competitive battling, I might have a second job during my time as a pastor. | I am a huge Star Wars fan. I know a lot about this series. Before the show had its finale, I would watch the new episode the Star Wars the Clones Wars Animated Series. I also often read or listen to books on Star Wars.

9: During the school year, I am a BIble Discovery Teacher and Helper for a group of energetic 3rd and 4th graders. I teach a lesson once to twice a month and I am in charge of keeping them in line. Some weeks are easier than others but I love helping these kids learn. | My job a is a buss boy at Mark's East Side. I love my job their because of the staff and the work environment. I have worked there over a year and now my sister is working with me. Working with you younger siblings is very... interesting to say the least.

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