Posted by: todung | 1 July 2009

KEGIATAN BKSD (BADAN KERJA SAMA DIAKONIA)

 

 

N0 BIDANG DIAKONIA PROGRAM PELAKSANAAN KETERANGAN
A

PENDIDIKAN

(JUSTIN)

1. Percontohan Pendidikan NonFormal/Informal (PAUD,Life Skills, Pemberdayaan Perempuan) Juli dst Kerja sama dengan Direktorat PNF/IF, Depdiknas RI dan Kementerian Pemberdayaan Perempuan RI
    2. Percontohan/Pembangunan Pendidikan Formal (TK, SD, SMP, SMA, SMK, PT) 2010 Memerlukan lahan dan gedungdan manajemen khusus
   

3. Pendukung Pendidikan (Beasiswa)

(KARIMUDA)

September 2009 Mendukung siswa/mahasiswa di dalam dan di luar negeri
B

KESEHATAN

(KASIANUS)

1. Pelatihan Pelayan Korban Narkoba dan HIV/Aids Oktober 2009 Setiap Huria memiliki Pelayan terlatih
    2. Pembangunan Panti Rehabilitasi Narkoba/HIVAids 2010 Memerlukan lahan dan gedung dan manajemen khusus
    3. Pembangunan Balai Pengobatan, Poliklinik dan Rumah Sakit 2010 Memerlukan lahan dan gedung dan manajemen khusus
C

SOSIAL

(GERHARD)

1. Pengembangan Asset (Alat Komunikasi, Dapur Umum, Bahan Bantuan) dan Manajemen Bantuan Bencana (Banjir, Kebakaran) 2010 Memerlukan lahan dan gedung dan manjemen khusus
 

 

 

2. Pembangunan Rumah Duka Adat 2010 Memerlukan lahan dan gedung dan manajemen khusus
    3.Pembangunan Rumah Jompo 2010 Memerlukan lahan dan gedung dan manajemen khusus
D

USAHA DAN KEMASYARAKATAN (Seksi Usaha dan ekonomi Jemaat)

(TUNGGUL)

1. Pembentukan Perbankan HKBP (Bank, BPR) Oktober 2009 Memerlukan dana saham dan gedung dan manajemen khusus. Diadakan Fundrising untuk koleksi saham dan operasional
    2. Pelatihan Manajemen Koperasi, UKM dan CUM (Credit Union Modifikasi) 20010 Setiap Huria memiliki Koperasi/CUM
  Seksi Banhuk dan Tenaga Kerja 3. Pembentukan Lembaga Advokasi dan Bantuan Hukum Agustus 2009 Beranggotakan seluruh SH advokat dan pengacara dari setiap Huria
    4. Pengiriman/Penempatan Tenaga Kerja terdidik dan terlatih dari Pendidikan Life Skills 2010 Pelatihan utamanya pada program POS (Perawat Orang Sakit) bekerjasama dengan Rumah-Rumah Sakit.
  Seksi Adat dan Budaya 5. Pelatihan Pelatih (TOT) Surat Batak Juni 2009 Pelatih yang sudah dilatih melatihkan Surat Batak di Huria masing-masing, minimal kepada Pelajar Sidi setiap tahunnya.
    6. Seminar Adat dan Dalihan Na Tolu 2010 Mengefektifkan dan mengefisienkan acara Pernikahan di Jakarta
  Seksi Media (PALTI) 7. Membentuk Penerbitan Kristen/HKBP di Jakarta November 2009 Diperlukan 5 unit lebih Penerbitan
    8. Pelatihan Penulis Buku Rohani November 2009 Utamanya bagi para Pendeta HKBP yang kaya dengan potensi Khotbah untuk dibukukan
    9. Penerbitan Media Cetak(Bulletin, Koran) dan Media Elektronik (Radio,TV) Juli 2009 (khusus Media Bulletin Internal khusus media Diaknia BKSD Memerlukan lahan dan gedung dan manajemen khusus
         
         

UNDANGAN TUHAN: SIAPA YANG MAU BERGABUNG DALAM PROYEK PELAYANAN DIAKONIA RAKSASA INI?

HUBUNGI WEB INI….

 

Jakarta, Maret 2009

 

 

 


Responses

  1. Semua program tsb diatas sangat baik, namun sebagian besar berorientasi hanya pada pelayanan jasmani. Tidak ada yang berorientasi pada pelayanan rohani atau lebih tepatnya pada hati seseorang.

    Mengubah hati seseorang dari yang tadinya malas ke gereja apalagi ke partangiangan, penjudi/pemabuk/pezinah menjadi pelaku firman adalah tugas utama dari seorang hamba Tuhan. Bukan malah membiarkan mereka larut dalam dosa mereka masing-masing apalagi membicarakan kekurangan mereka tsb di partangiangan, arisan, dll. Orang Kristen diutus ke orang-orang seperti mereka layaknya domba diutus ke tengah-tengah serigala.

  2. Semua program tsb diatas sangat baik, namun sebagian besar berorientasi hanya pada pelayanan jasmani. Tidak ada yang berorientasi pada pelayanan rohani atau lebih tepatnya pada hati seseorang.

    Mengubah hati seseorang dari yang tadinya malas ke gereja apalagi ke partangiangan, penjudi/pemabuk/pezinah menjadi pelaku firman adalah tugas utama dari seorang hamba Tuhan. Bukan malah membiarkan mereka larut dalam dosa mereka masing-masing apalagi membicarakan kekurangan mereka tsb di partangiangan, arisan, dll. Orang Kristen diutus ke orang-orang seperti mereka layaknya domba diutus ke tengah-tengah serigala.

    Sebelum maju ke medan perang, para hamba Tuhan harus mempersiapkan sekaligus memperbaiki dirinya terlebih dahulu. Jangan cuma pandai berkhotbah saja, tetapi sesudah itu late rohana tu pandita i ala pandita i do na hundul sebagai uluan ni huria, manudu donganna mangallang hepeng ni huria asa boi ibana sandiri nangkok, manudu donganna sebagai panangko, pangalangkup dohot angka na asing.

    Dirinta jo parjolo ta uba, baru diri ni halak. Dirinta jo tajamita i, baru diri ni halak.
    Tuduhan-tuduhan manang angka sindiran-sindiran ndada i na gabe dalan laho paubahon roha ni sasahalak. Gariada laos i do na patubuhon bada.

    Hata ni Tuhan i do na paubahon roha ni sasahalak. Ndada tuduhan-tuduhan manang sindiran-sindiran.

    Memang ido ampara, jadi di Hurianta pelayanan na songoni digoari ma i pelayanan marturia, pemberitaan dan penghayatan kesaksian Firman Tuhan, jadi na adong diginjangi ima program Diakonia, program aksi perbuatan menolong orang miskin, orang kurang pendidikan, janda dan fakir miskin, orang yang terlantarkan na di simpulhon mai di bagasan 4 kategori pelayanan ima: Pendidikan, Kesehatan, Sosial dohot Kemasyarakatan. I do nanidok ni Tuhan Jesus: Nanilehonmu tu sahalak na met-meton na tu au doi. Gabe jala Horas. TodungLToruan

    • Memang ido ampara, jadi di Hurianta pelayanan na songoni digoari ma i pelayanan MARTURIA, pemberitaan dan penghayatan kesaksian Firman Tuhan, jadi na adong diginjangi ima program DIAKONIA, program aksi perbuatan menolong orang miskin, orang kurang pendidikan, janda dan fakir miskin, orang yang terlantarkan na di simpulhon mai di bagasan 4 kategori pelayanan ima: Pendidikan, Kesehatan, Sosial dohot Kemasyarakatan. I do nanidok ni Tuhan Jesus: Nanilehonmu tu sahalak na met-meton na tu au doi. Gabe jala Horas. TodungLToruan

  3. German Muslims have a unique position in addressing the issues of identity, integration, and citizenship. Alongside British and French Muslims, the German Muslim community, estimatedat 3.5 million, creates a significant experience as one of the largest Muslim population in Western Europe after France.

    Unlike Britain and France, Germany was very late in acknowledging that the “guest workers” — the large waves of immigrants — were coming to stay. Another point of uniqueness is that the majority of the German Muslims are from Turkish origins.

    As European Muslims page continues to present itself as a platform to discuss the possible coexistence as well as the serious controversies in the European& Muslim contexts, we decide to focus on the experiences of German Muslims.

    In our “German Muslims: In Focus” special folder, we aim to examine the different hypotheses about the German Muslims’ capability of integration and contributing to building their country.

    Forming the Community

    German Muslims stayed behind the scene for more than forty years. But eventually, they sprang up. Back in the 1960s, they reached Germany as guest-workers, mainly from Turkey and North Africa.

    The last ten years witnessed a leap in their performance towards their society. German Muslims, who form round 4% of the German population, being the third largest religious group in Germany after the Protestant and the Roman Catholics, are facing a lot of challenges. According to an article by Suliman Wilms, the Managing Editor of Globalia Magazine, 84% of the German Muslims are willing to stay in Germany and 17% (600,000) of them are already German citizens.

    Turks form the largest majority amongst the German Muslims. They reached Germany during the 1960s and 1970s, when it suffered from a shortage in the numbers of workers after the Second World War, and they came to fill this gap, and formed the largest majority of guest-workers, more particularly, of German Muslims.

    They intended to turn back after getting over their tasks, but time went by, and instead of returning, the Turks brought over their families and spouses.

    Visibility & Organization

    As German Muslims are a religious minority in a secular community, where religious manifestations are not welcomed in the public domains and since Islam was newly emerged in the last ten years, a huge debate has been raised in Germany concerning this religion. Muslims have tried to integrate but many challenges faced them.

    Despite these challenges, many mosques and Islamic organizations were built. Muslims started with a few prayer rooms to practice their religious rituals, but now, more than 2000 prayer rooms are opened. Therefore, Islam has become recognizable and noticeable in Germany.

    Moreover, Muslims started establishing organizations and Islamic associations. Four of them are forming the strongest coalition among these organizations. The Turkish Islamic Union for Religious Affairs, one of the largest Islamic organizations in Germany, was founded in 1984 as branch of the Presidency of Muslim Affairs, based in Cologne. It mainly aims to teach the Turkish language.

    The second organization is the Independent Union of Islamic Culture centers. Their superiority came due to the many mosques these organizations have.

    In addition, the Central Council of Muslims in Germany (ZMD) and the Islamic Council of Germany, are the two prominent umbrella organizations among the German Muslims’ formations.

    Muslims and non-Muslims established lots of organizations to define Islam through culture and amicable activities, such as Inssan organization. These establishments aim to serve Muslims and non-Muslims as well. Discussions, interactive dialogues, and charity work, are some of the kinds of activities held by these organizations.

    TheGerman State and Its Policy

    The political scene in Germany affects the status of Muslims. One of the major factors in this context is the immigration laws and procedures. The German government made the German language obligatory for spouses from non-EU nationals, as it considers that as an essential way to integrate.

    It also devoted 155 million euros for German courses. The government also imposes fines upon those who refuse to take the German courses.

    In an article published by “The Economist” magazine on July 19, 2007, Germany issued laws that made it harder for immigrants to integrate and to come to Germany. Spouses who join their husbands in Germany should pass a language test, and also have to be above 18.

    Previously, the non-German was defined as a social problem, but since 2000, any German-born child has the authority to take the German citizenship. Upon reaching the age of 18, they have to choose between German citizenship and that of their parents. This condition has made it harder for the teens to choose between the two citizenships, which has complicated the issue of integration among the teens.

    Despite that these restrictive laws target all ethnic minorities in Germany, Turks, being the largest ethnic minority, consider these measures as mainly targeting Turks.

    Scope & Audience

    The special folder “German Muslims: In Focus” introduces the different attempts among German Muslims to re-evaluate their positions, including the issue of representing Islam and Muslims.

    The different generational, ideological, ethnical and sectarian backgrounds are considered in the Muslim Voices section.

    The State & Society section tackles the model of integration of the German state, its immigration laws and policies to achieve the social cohesion. It also tackles mainstream attitudes towards Islam and Muslims in the media, employment, and education.

    Anti-Islam and Islamophobic manifestations and their influence in flourishing extremism are discussed in the Islamophobia vs. Extremism section.

    The different Muslim lifestyles, in relation to the larger German context, are presented in the Life Style section including hijab, halal foods, and entertainment.

    German Muslim youth forms the main target audience of the folder, which aims to reach them and analyze their main issues in depth. We are looking forward to discussing their points of view, which enables us to know their way of thinking, and present the state of the young Muslim generations.

    • Thanks for your attention and idea. GBU. TodungLToruan

  4. One German state is hoping to improve the integration of its Muslim community by offering imam training programs at university.

    In most mosques in Germany, prayers are said in Arabic and the sermon is usually given in Turkish. German is rarely heard.

    “We have 2,600 mosques in Germany and I don’t know a single imam who has a European education,” said political scientist Bassam Tibi, a professing Muslim. “How can they show the Muslim who live here how to live? These imams would probably tell me I shouldn’t integrate.”

    Bulent Ucar, professor for Islamic studies at the University of Osnabrueck, said that it’s crucial to the authentic development of Islam in Germany and Europe that imams are educated on the continent.

    “Only then can we have religious leaders who are informed about the country and the people and are aware of the cultural sensibilities here in Germany and can act accordingly in their work in the mosque,” he added.

    To address the issue, the interior minister of Lower Saxony, Uwe Schuenemann, who is also the state’s integration minister, has announced a new education initiative for imams.

    Bildunterschrift: Großansicht des Bildes mit der Bildunterschrift: The University of Osnabrueck was founded in 1668
    “A continuing education program should be offered very soon,” said Schuenemann. “Imams from Turkey will be able to take courses in the teaching of religion, civic education and German.”

    The first batch of German-educated imams is set to graduate in Osnabrueck in three years.

    Job prospects for new imams

    In the past, imams have taken a reverse path: Even German Muslims with Turkish roots have returned to Turkey to complete their training.

    Now Schuenemann wants to work together with Schura, a state-wide umbrella organizations for Muslim groups, and DITIB, the national association of Turkish Muslim congregations, to establish an imam training program in Germany.

    “There are plans later on to add a masters program to the new bachelors program,” said Schuenemann, “so that these imams can also teach courses in the Muslim religion in schools.”

    In Germany, elementary and high schools offer – generally Catholic or Protestant – religion courses. Alternatively, students can choose to take ethics. Recognized courses in Islam were approved by the German government earlier this year, but have not yet been implemented in schools.

    Bildunterschrift: Großansicht des Bildes mit der Bildunterschrift: Schuenemann is state minister for interior affairs, sport and integration
    Hiring the imam graduates as part-time public school teachers would give them a secure income, said the interior minister. Otherwise, imams in Germany are often subsidized by the Turkish state because the mosques cannot afford to pay their complete salaries.

    Strong ties to Muslim countries

    While other German states are looking to Lower Saxony as a possible trailblazer in the integration project, the state’s plan has not been particularly well received by religious leaders in the Muslim community. Around one fifth of the imams who preach in German mosques tend toward conservative fundamentalism, concluded a current study by social scientist Rauf Ceylan of Duisburg.

    Many of the imams who are active in Germany are convinced that an acceptable imam must have been educated in the home country’s Muslim community.

    According to Ceylan’s study, integration isn’t yet a high priority for the majority of Muslim leaders in Germany.

    • How great The Germany State, give the large Chance to build the Mosque and delivery of moslem religion freely, its different in Indonesia, the people of Moslem and the Government obstacles to build Church, especially in get permit of the building. How about you can get religion freely in Germany was different with what we can receive in Indonesia from your moslem friends. So, I agree with your ideas. Thank you. TodungLToruan

  5. It is a known fact that every language has one or more terms that are used in reference to God and sometimes to lesser deities. This is not the case with Allah. Allah is the personal name of the One true God. Nothing else can be called Allah. The term has no plural or gender. This shows its uniqueness when compared with the word god which can be made plural, gods, or feminine, goddess. It is interesting to notice that Allah is the personal name of God in Aramaic, the language of Jesus and a sister language of Arabic. The One true God is a reflection of the unique concept that Islam associates with God. To a Muslim, Allah is the Almighty, Creator and Sustainer of the universe, Who is similar to nothing and nothing is comparable to Him. (Source: http://www.islam101.com/dawah/02_concept_God.html)

    Answering your question, the prominent Muslim scholar, Dr. Muhammad Abu Laylah, professor of the Islamic Studies & Comparative Religions at Al-Azhar Univ. states:

    First of all, we should firmly believe that there is no god but the One and the Sole God, Allah. He is absolutely Omniscient. He is the Creator of every thing and has sovereignty over everything. He isn’t restricted to time and space and nothing He created is similar to Him. He is One and Only. This is how the Muslims believe in Allah, but some people tend to shape God as they think about Him. The Prophets of Allah came to correct the human perception of the concept of God.

    “God” is the basic of all religions, and how to describe “God” is a matter of differences and disputes among some people.

    As to the Israeli conception of Yahweh, we see that they localized and nationalized “God” in a way that makes Him specific for them in order to lead them in war against enemies and to grant them privilege over others. However, we should say here that some liberal Jewish schools argue against the exclusiveness of the godhood and of the Israeli race saying that Yahweh or God in Judaism is the same God in which Muslims or Christians believe.

    It goes without saying that any reader of the Old Testament will find many unfitting descriptions given to God.

    Based on the above Fatwa, it becomes crystal clear that a Muslim has to stick to the true belief of his religion and steer clear of any doubt that may tarnish his Islamic monotheism. It’s clear that Muslims believe in the same God as the God of Noah, the God of Moses, the God of Abraham and the God of Jesus, peace and blessings be upon them all, as well as all other prophets sent to guide the mankind. The Seal of all Prophets, Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, came to clean away all false associations filing people’s mind about God, and he established the pure religion of monotheism. So Islam asserts that “there is no god except Allah.

    LORD Jesus is The way and The Truth to God Allah JHWH, I believe in my life, in my soul now, forever and ever

  6. Kata-Nya lagi kepada mereka: “Berjaga-jagalah dan waspadalah terhadap segala ketamakan, sebab walaupun seorang berlimpah-limpah hartanya, hidupnya tidaklah tergantung dari pada kekayaannya itu.” (Lukas 12:15)

    Terimakasih, ayat yang tepat.

  7. Hendaklah kita semua menjadi pelaku firman, bukan hanya pendengar atau pembaca.

  8. Klik http://www.scribd.com/doc/7240610/SIAPAKAHDEBATA

  9. Tuhanlah yang empunya bumi serta segala isinya, dan dunia serta yang diam di dalamnya (Maz. 24:1)

  10. Kegiatan BKSD sedang sepi. Bagaimana P. Ketua, masih adakah tersisi waktu untuk memotivasi tim BKSD?

    Itulah, saya jadi bikin alasan terus, rupanya kami di dprd rapat terus, di kantor, di lapangan di Depok, di Jakarta dan di luar daerah, mestinya ada teman yang mengatur pertemuan kita, yg jelas saya tdk akan pernah meninggalkan BKSD, juga perlu wakil yang dapat menghandle tugas-tugas saya secara rutin, mohon saran, tksh, GBU


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