Monthly Archives: November 2014

Three beans of gratitude: 

Heard of a great object lesson at church today and was very appropriate for Thanksgiving season. I hope this topic can be of use to youth ministries, family counselors, family devotionals and home evenings. At a meal, such as thanksgiving, … Continue reading

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Modern Liberals mindset a presentation:

Found this on a web site. Regurgitating the Apple How Modern Liberals “Think” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDb3sTwD_vA

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Spelling Philadelphia: 

Bad:    Philodelopha Good: Philadelphia Trying to find a mnemonic for this is challenging so maybe I’ll concentrate upon the differences or seminaries between the two. I seem to the cap letters PHILaDELoPHia correct. The problems is with the cap letters: … Continue reading

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Writing for boys: 

This is from a panel I attend about a year ago from the LTUE symposium. Hope my notes will be of use. A good book will cross multiple ages. Boys do not want to read books that have girlish covers. … Continue reading

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Financial strategies: 

Last fall I attended a financial seminar and learned about the Financial strategies. Hope my notes can be of use. A current ratio: if company lost all its income. How long would it take working at normal capacity with employees … Continue reading

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Partnerships in service: 

At church today I heard a delightful object lesson on compassion, so I thought that would be the topic of today’s blog. I hope this can be of use to youth ministries, family counselors, family devotionals and family home evenings. … Continue reading

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If you don’t get the job: 

I heard some very good advice about job searching tonight. When we go to a job interview, the company hiring is looking for a very specific knife/person. They may be looking for a butter knife or a steak knife. We … Continue reading

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Spelling consistent: 

Bad: consistant. Good: consistent Coming up with a mnemonic for the spelling of this word is a bit of a challenge. It’s the TENT part of the word I have a hard time getting correct How about this: Let’s say … Continue reading

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Writing drama: 

This is from a panel I attend about a year ago. Hope my notes will be of use. Java provides moments of tension. Moments of conflict. Whatever you can do to ratchet up the challenge to the characters. May include … Continue reading

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The wealth wheel: 

Last fall I attended a financial seminar and learned about the wealth wheel. The wealth wheel has six segments 1. Education: check out the book, think and grow Rich. It has many old concepts are a lot of good advice, … Continue reading

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