By: Charles Crosby | 2010-10-12 | Christianity This time my article is on the contentious issue of New Testament obedience, which has always bothered me when standing in The Light of The Lord's Grace, so I hope this article and the one that follows will shed some more Light on a subject that mainstream Christianity takes for granted i.e. that as sons and daughters of God and brothers of The Lord Jesus Christ we're supposed to obey Him, but obey what and, more importantly, why? When did you last obey your brother and/or your friend? read more
By: Eferovo Igho | 2012-03-07 | Christianity So then, let us live with eternity in view. Making eternity with God is and should be our greatest expectation from God. That is the climax of all His promises to us. Let us be more and more filled with the knowledge of His throne, Kingdom and coming until we are overwhelmed with them. In other words: Let us live and walk as true pilgrims in this side of heaven until we get to the other side. The fear of God or holiness is very key and indispensable. read more
By: LukeChetcuti21 | 2010-10-29 | Online promotion Come toTRODUCTION Already stated article presents affecting concept attributed to ‘church growth’ among evangelism maadherely in breathtaking book belonging to Acts read more
By: harley barrett | 2011-03-21 | Reference & Education For 3 days we've been number 1 in Italy's books charts and second in the general charts. And the reviews have been stunning – two 4-star ratings, and the rest are all 5s!! How can we thank you all? read more
By: Chase Smith | 2011-04-10 | Success The tenth step of many twelve step programs comes from the book, Alcoholics Anonymous. It states, "Continued to take personal inventory, and when we were wrong, promptly admitted it." I guess this is ... read more
By: Robert Waldvogel | 2010-10-24 | Communications This article details Glenn Curtiss's Albany Flier aircraft, the historic Hudson River flight he made with it in 1910, the special events held to commemorate it at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome on October 9, 2010, and the five Curtiss aircraft in the Old Rhinebeck aircraft collection. read more
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By: Darrell DiZoglio | 2010-04-27 | Resumes Recently, I got a good resume from a gentleman in Kansas. He had a Master’s degree and a fine track record as a project manager. At first glance it looked fine until I attempted reading. Now I know why he sent this for me to review. When I look at the work history and his past titles I knew he spent at least $100,000 per year if not $ 150,000. It has no less than 3 fatal errors detected not even counting selling, grammar and usage errors of which there were plenty. From my experience, I will share you the way to have a superior resume to land a job.
By: Jay Koch | 2010-05-19 | Grief I was very shocked at the death of my sister and 2 friends when I was a teenager. So I was early aware of my mortality and try to be grateful for every day. When I was 12, our swim team drove down from Wichita to a meet in Tulsa. That meet was at a pool that had slick walls. Most pools had actual walls that had some texture to them that allowed good adhesion. However, this pool is colourful with dozens of coats of light blue paint, making it really velvety and slippery. This wasn't much of a problem for most races, because you only touched the walls at the turns. And once you placed your feet carefully, you occasionally slipped. However, backstrokers start their races in the water, coping the wall. We put our feet on the wall, and our hands held the handles on the starting blocks. On the "Take your marks" command from the starter, we dragged ourselves up into a tightly coiled position to prepare for the start. When the gun went off, we would spring quickly out and over the water and re-enter in a low contrary dive.
By: Patricia Hubbard | 2010-04-01 | Parenting If you are a divorced man with children and it's your day to have your children with you, it is imperative that you make a concerted effort to connect with your children in a way that is memorable. Plan ahead. It can and does get sticky sometimes when the marriage is broken and hard feelings exist between the partners, but if you make the effort to connect with your child that could be the deciding factor that shows you do care. Father's Day is not just about gifts to dad. read more
By: Humayun Jameel | 2011-12-28 | Moving and relocating A refreshing look at what an NRI (Non Resident Indian) faced after recently returning to India. Having lived in California, USA for several years, the decision to come back to India was a difficult one. But family, upbringing of kids and the upside of the Indian economy were more than enough to justify the move. There were plenty of obstacles to overcome and this article looks at how an NRI became read more
By: Dr. Robert Puff | 2012-01-29 | Meditation Meditation can help you experience this natural state and flow with life, without restricting labels. By following your breath, being still, and quieting your mind, you learn to witness your thoughts without identifying them and to give yourself a chance to just be. With a detached perspective, your life can change drastically because it will become quieter, more peaceful, and much more enlightene read more
By: Collymore | 2011-09-13 | Politics The UK has spent over £1.7 trillion Pounds Sterling to allegedly fight opium poppy growing in Afghanistan but the gung-ho and warmongering David Cameron regime in Britain has clandestinely sanctioned the growing of the same opium poppy in Oxfordshire where Cameron's Witney constituency is located to commercially grow this in Afghanistan illegal crop. read more