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  • The Fine Print

    Posted September 14, 2012 By in Blog, Feature With | No Comments

    I find advertisements, in any media form, absolutely fascinating. Great advertisements hit you hard with a powerful, colorful, and exciting message that promises a product or experience you cannot live without. Advertisements are designed to capture our attention in an emotionally charged way – a way that makes us temporarily suspend the critical thinking part …

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  • Confirming the Call

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    CHARLES WELSEY wrote these words: ‘To serve the present age, my calling to fulfil, O may it all my powers engage to do my Master’s will!’ (SASB 472, verse 2). Great words – yet sometimes difficult to live up to. Why do some officers feel unfulfilled? Why does this lack of fulfillment sometimes lead to …

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  • Lost In Tradition

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    In 2003 there was a movie released called “Lost in Translation.” The plot involved the unlikely meeting of two lost, lonely American souls in Tokyo and the development of their friendship as they try to understand their surroundings and a language they do not understand. Their confusion, frustration and anxiety could be likened to your …

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  • Let’s Get Physical…

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    Let’s Get Physical… by Kevin Chamlee Physical Health and Wellness In 2005 the United States spent about $507 billion on the war on terrorism, and the price tag by 2015 will be about $808 billion. Sounds like a lot of money, so let us compare this to the price tag of healthcare in the U.S. …

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