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By God’s grace we’ve reached 100,000 likes on Facebook! To say thank you to our followers, we are giving away 289 Banner books to 100 people. 1st Winner: 1 Banner of Truth Library (100 carefully selected Banner of Truth books) 2nd – 11th Winners: 1 Banner of Truth Classics Set (10 books). 12th – 100th Winners: 1 New Puritan Paperback: All Things Made New, by John Flavel
Race-Day Nutrition for Sprint and Olympic-Distance Triathlons
Since race-day nutrition is such a big part of long distance racing, and because IRONMAN and other long distance events generate so much noise in the triathl...
I Lost Two Days Of My Life To Netflix
I tell myself, "one episode. Because that's how long it takes to eat pad thai." I look at the mounting books on my nightstand, books I keep buying (with the best of intentions!) and leaving to languish, unread. Using the same kind of logical gymnastics that I'll soon begin to associate with plotlines in
Are Cheap Foods and Inexpensive Housing Still Possible in Chiang Mai?
Check out our exclusive member site: https://goo.gl/M0nMT5Once Thailand's sleepy northern capital, Chiang Mai is now experiencing unprecedented explosive gro...
Openness In Education - A Haiku Deck by Natalie Lafferty
A presentation by Natalie Lafferty created with Haiku Deck, free presentation software that is simple, beautiful, and fun.
Is Your Conscience Your Protector?
The conscience is our internal traffic light, given to us by God for our own good. Learn how this personal moral compass keeps us safe—and how ignoring it can lead us down dangerous paths. Don’t sear your conscience by repeatedly disobeying its leading. Instead, keep it clear and sensitive so you won’t be led astray.
Do you ever have feelings of condemnation? Condemnation is a feeling of alienation and separation that occurs because of our sin. What do you do when you get those feelings? For the believer, there is no condemnation in Christ Jesus. Learn the difference in conviction by the Holy Spirit and feelings of condemnation.
The Effectiveness of Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) Grants on Student Achievement
The purpose of this study was to examine whether a Title II Mathematics and Partnership grant positively affected student achievement levels for 3rd grade students in a public school system. The primary participant populations for this study were third grade students enrolled in 4 elementary schools in north Georgia from 2005-2008. Over 4,500 student assessments were used to conduct the statistical research and variables such as gender, race, and socio-economic levels were not disaggregated…