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What To Look At When Buying A House

It can be quite scary making a real estate purchase, especially if you do not know much about it. It can, however, make you lots of money over time, as well as enable you to live a better life right away. The information presented in this article wil...
by ipl 2015 timetable on Dec 3, 2016

Africa Has Little Influence On Climate Change Decisions – Study

Africa’s influence on climate change decisions made in the global arena is weak, a new study has revealed. According to the paper published in the Journal of International Agreements: Politics, Economics and Law, the continent has little influence...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Aug 22, 2016

How Can I Become More Decisive?

How can I learn to become more decisive and make better decisions? This is a really common question. First, let’s cover what being Decisive actually means? Decisiveness Is: Being Responsible For Everything You Are and For Everything In Your Lif...

Why is Managing Money Hard? Personal Finance and Budgeting Tips

Many people think that managing money is hard. They have many excuses for why they don’t manage their money. A few of them are reasonable excuses but most of them are just a result of laziness.   How to budget your money and money manageme...
by OddBall Wealth on Jul 18, 2016

-Canada: Appeals Court Rules Against Christian Law School

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by ANSWERS For The Faith on Jul 8, 2016

-Iowa: Churches Must Comply with Transgender Bathroom Laws?

The Civil Rights Commission of at least one state (Iowa) seems to be declaring that churches must comply with the state’s transgender bathroom laws regardless of the first amendment since they are ‘open to the public.’ Here’s the story fr...
by ANSWERS For The Faith on Jul 6, 2016

-Supreme Court Rejects Washington Pharmacists’ Religious Liberty Suit

The current makeup of the US Supreme Court, following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, now puts American religious liberty in jeopardy. The court voted not to hear an appeal of a Washington State law that forces pharmacists to dispense abortifaci...
by ANSWERS For The Faith on Jun 30, 2016

-Should American Christians Now Expect Some Persecution?

“If the world hates you, know that it has hated me before it hated you.” -John 15:18 (ESV) When was the last time a conservative Christian was fairly represented in the media? Where are the positive examples of believing Christians that use to po...
by ANSWERS For The Faith on Jun 29, 2016

Decisions…

  Shall I give up Finally give in Never gonna succeed Certainly never win   Everything seems futile Nothing seems real Hopelessly lost This is how I feel   Tomorrow will come As it always does But today I’m different … Cont...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Jun 22, 2016

How to Resolve the What Career Should I Have Dilemma

Have you ever asked yourself the question, What career should I have?  If so, you know the answers aren’t that obvious. Coming to a decision about what career bests fits you can be quite a dilemma, no matter if you are right out of high school or...
by Luke1428 on May 16, 2016

Sellers, Wake Up

I suppose we all pick and choose. We pick the data that supports our positions, whether the decisions involve personal choices or business decisions. We pick the favorable bits, discard the rest, and apply what we like to our situation.  Religion f...
by Lake Geneva Real Estate on Apr 15, 2016

-Lawsuit to Force Catholic Hospitals to Perform Abortions Dismissed

An ACLU lawsuit to force Catholic hospitals to perform abortions has been dismissed this week by a Federal District court. From Townhall: A federal court has dismissed the case American Civil Liberties Union v. Trinity Health Corporation, which sough...
by ANSWERS For The Faith on Apr 12, 2016

Attitude Adjustment

  Can you just try to remain positive For a single solitary day Or must your mind dwell in places Where you really shouldn’t stray   Nobody can convince you To be someone that you aren’t But don’t you think … Continu...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Mar 24, 2016

Attitude Adjustment

  Can you just try to remain positive For a single solitary day Or must your mind dwell in places Where you really shouldn’t stray   Nobody can convince you To be someone that you aren’t But don’t you think … Continu...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Mar 24, 2016

Him Vs. Her – Manipulation

Have you ever been manipulated by a family member? Perhaps even one of your own children? We have four beautiful girls. All of who are very intelligent and sweet. Yet over the years, my husband and I have been manipulated … Continue reading ...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Mar 17, 2016

Him Vs. Her – Manipulation

Have you ever been manipulated by a family member? Perhaps even one of your own children? We have four beautiful girls. All of who are very intelligent and sweet. Yet over the years, my husband and I have been manipulated … Continue reading ...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Mar 17, 2016

4 Questions to Ask Before Making Any Decision

You are where you are (for the most part) because of the decisions you have made. Like you, I can think of some decisions that I wish I never made and some decisions that I am so thankful that I did make. Unfortunately, our ability to predict the out...
by Levi Muller's Blog on Mar 4, 2016

4 Questions to Ask Before Making Any Decision

You are where you are (for the most part) because of the decisions you have made. Like you, I can think of some decisions that I wish I never made and some decisions that I am so thankful that I did make. Unfortunately, our ability to predict the out...
by Levi Muller's Blog on Mar 4, 2016

What Does God Want Me to Do with My Life?

Hidden Nuggets Series #104 – “…love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind…‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” (Matthew 22:37-38) At some point you’ve probably asked the que...
by Luke1428 on Mar 3, 2016

Using Work Breakdown Structure as a Validation Tool

Uppermost Levels – These are typically first and second levels where the Work Breakdown Structure defines and validates projects approach. At these top levels, the Work Breakdown Structure is usually divided into segments, phases or stages. Every s...
by Magcify on Feb 22, 2016


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