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Atlanta Police Investigating Alleged Raped Caught on Viral Video At Atlanta Nightclub #JusticeForJasmine

An event that jumped off the 3-day holiday weekend in Atlanta went viral after a horrific incident occurred a popular night spot Friday night (January 19). A woman by the name of Jasmine Eiland streamed her celebratory weekend as she partied in the club and may have even captured her own assault LIVE on Facebook. Details + video below… (more…) Related Posts Facebook Fail!!! Woman Shot At While Live Streaming Domestic Dispute… (VIDEO)Cleveland Facebook Killer: Steve Stephens Found Dead i...
Tags: Facebook, Featured, Celebrities, News, Atlanta, Pennsylvania, Opera, Cleveland, Facebook Live, Atlanta Gossip, Steve Stephens, Cleveland Facebook Killer, Facebook Details, Atlanta Nightclub, Jasmine Eiland


A Year of Books on Pastoring

If you want to grow as a pastor, I’d like to invite you to a year of reading books on pastoral theology with me. If you join, you will commit to reading six books with me this year and participating in the Facebook Group. If you join, I want you to participate. No lurkers! Here’s how it will work. First, join the Facebook group. Feel free to post there with observations, questions, and reflections on the books as we read them. Click on this link and request to join the group, and I’ll add you. A...
Tags: Facebook, Books, Featured, Life, William, Facebook Group, Richard Baxter, Zack Eswine, Andrew Fuller, Eugene Peterson, Jared C Wilson, A Year of Books on Pastoring


Philosopher of The Month: William James (timeline)

This January the OUP Philosophy team honours the American psychologist and philosopher William James (1842-1910) as their Philosopher of the Month. James is considered one of the most influential figures in the history of modern psychology.James was born into a wealthy New York family in 1841, the son of a Swedenborg theologian, and the brother of the famous novelist, Henry James. He received a private education at home, and with the family made frequent trips to Europe. At the age of 18 he begu...
Tags: Europe, Books, New York, Featured, Religion, America, Harvard, Vienna, Harvard University, Philosophy, Journals, James Joyce, Sigmund Freud, James, Potm, William James


See Your Job and the World from the Bright Side and Not the Dark Side

--> For about as long as I can remember, I’ve been taking one course or another about different subjects every several months. I take courses in just about every topic you can imagine and love taking these courses. Typically, the courses I take are three or four-day affairs, and executives from one company or another are always flown in for these events by their companies to attend. I’m at one of these things today that’s about to start within the next couple of hours. Incredibly, for the next s...
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10 Ways Creation Can Move Us to Prayer & Gratitude

Let us always begin with a keen awareness of the glory, greatness, and love of God as Creator in  our own person. Never should we forget our destiny and our dignity that flow from God’s loving kindness and abundant mercy. You were created in the image and likeness of God. Then, as a result of God’s infinite bounty, He endowed you with one of the greatest gifts: the Sacrament of Holy Baptism. From this you entered into a deep and intimate union with the Trinitarian Family—the Father, the Son, and...
Tags: Featured, Religion, Rome, Nature, Jesus, God, Saints, New England, Mantle, Dante, Creation, Mary, Host, Virgin Mary, Loyola, Saint Paul


Spiritual Warfare is a Daily Reality

As 2018 dawned, I was excited about life. My wife was pregnant with our first child, I had received a Christmas bonus and a hand-written note from the boss. I was ready to grow the company’s communications presence after a successful 2017. Sure, there were challenges. My wife had just left a position with a company that was downsizing because they didn’t have enough revenue. She was the most expensive and last-hired employee, and she was dealing with morning sickness. We figured she would find a...
Tags: Featured, Religion, Satan, God, Christ, Peter, Faith & Spirituality, Devil However


BSUR Refreshes Princess Yachts Brochure Identity

Princess Yachts, a client of since 2015, has called upon the agency to help create a design refresh that would stand out in contrast to other yacht brands, according to Jan Rijkenberg, founding partner of the BSUR Group. Billings for the assignment were not disclosed.Senior Creatives Ben Holder and Bob Haarmans commented, “Brochures sell boats but all too often design takes second place to product photography. Unlike other yacht brands that use boat photography on their covers, we created logo...
Tags: Usa, England, Featured, Advertising, Art and design, Amsterdam, Shanghai, Britvic, FSC, South West, Lvmh, Sao Paulo, Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy LVMH, Princess Yachts, BSUR, Bob Haarmans


CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF SUMMER, THE ORIGINAL PACIFIC ALE, NOW IN CANS PERMANENTLY

Independent brewery, Stone & Wood are releasing the original Pacific Ale in cans ongoing from 21 January. It’s been 10 years since the first kegs of this national favourite rolled out of the brewery’s gates. Co-founder Brad Rogers said that after releasing the commemorative limited release cans in December to celebrate their anniversary, the middle of summer is the perfect time to bring them out ongoing. When the founders of Stone & Wood sat around the kitchen table dreaming up what woul...
Tags: Travel, Food, Featured, Culture, Pacific, Byron Bay, Brad Rogers, Pacific Ale, Caolan Vaughn Caolan


Trader Joe’s Announces 10th Annual Customer Choice Awards

This past week Trader Joe’s announced the winners of its 10th Annual Customer Choice Awards and the list is full of some particularly great private brand products. The winners are… FAVORITE OVERALL: Mandarin Orange Chicken What customers say: “Gotta love that Mandarin Orange Chicken!” Runners Up: Cauliflower Gnocchi Everything But The Bagel Seasoning Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups Unexpected Cheddar FAVORITE APPETIZER: Creamy Spinach & Artichoke Dip What customers say: “All the frozen app...
Tags: Featured, Grocery, Branding, Joe, Trader Joe's, Kringle, Carne Asada, Joe Joe, Trader Joe, Mandarin Orange Chicken, Mandarin Orange Chicken What, Feta Caramelized Onions Vegetable Bird, Mandarin Orange Chicken Think, Black Bean Jack Cheese Burrito Fun, Carne Asada Autentica What, Puffiest White Cheddar Bamba


Government Shutdown’s Reverse Mortgage Impact, Big and Small

The partial shutdown of the United States federal government that is currently in effect has become the longest one in history, ending its 30th consecutive day on Monday and having widespread ramifications for over 800,000 federal workers and dozens of federal agencies. While direct ramifications to the production of reverse mortgage business have been minimal according to originators, the shutdown’s effects on different aspects of reverse business can still be felt, particularly when looking...
Tags: Featured, Congress, Washington, Finance, White House, Regulation, United States, New York Times, Hud, SEC, Products, Aba, U.s. Government, Freddie Mac, FHA, Urban Institute


Forbes: The Upfront and Ongoing Costs of a Reverse Mortgage

Prospective reverse mortgage borrowers looking to determine if the product is right for them can find a series of new pieces offering information on the upfront costs (origination fee, mortgage insurance premium and closing costs), ongoing costs related to the accrual of interest, spending options for a variable-rate Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) and details on the growth of a HECM line of credit in a series of new articles at Forbes. Dr. Wade Pfau, a principal at McLean Asset Manage...
Tags: Featured, Education, Finance, Data, Forbes, HECM, Wade Pfau, McLean Asset Management, Pfau, American College of Financial Services


Jobs For All Now! Some Truths About Diversity and Inclusion

  “People are tired of talking about D&I, frustrated by the lack of results and overwhelmed by the number of issues to be addressed.” That’s downright abysmal – and frankly, disheartening. For a long time, diversity and inclusion (D&I) initiatives took a backseat to other business priorities. Companies claimed to have their reasons, valid or not, […]
Tags: Featured, Jobs, News, Trends, Tech, Branding, Blog Posts, Diversity and Inclusion


Ever wondered why violins have f-shaped holes?

Instruments have gone through hundreds and sometimes thousands of years of refining to the form we recognise them in today. So why do guitars have a big circular hole in the centre whilst violins have fanciful f-shapes on either side of their strings? The earliest known depiction of a lira. Carving found in a Byzantine ivory casket (900 – 1100 AD) Over 1000 years ago the fiddle, or ‘fithele’, was spreading across Europe as string instruments became more complex and sought after. The i...
Tags: Europe, Music, Featured, Study, Fun, Mit, Italy, Evolution, Western Europe, Acoustics, Fiddle, Chu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT, Lira, Makris, Jennifer Chu


Ever wondered why violin’s have f-shaped holes?

Instruments have gone through hundreds and sometimes thousands of years of refining to the form we recognise them in today. So why do guitars have a big circular hole in the centre whilst violins have fanciful f-shapes on either side of their strings? The earliest known depiction of a lira. Carving found in a Byzantine ivory casket (900 – 1100 AD) Over 1000 years ago the fiddle, or ‘fithele’, was spreading across Europe as string instruments became more complex and sought after. The in...
Tags: Europe, Music, Featured, Study, Fun, Mit, Italy, Evolution, Western Europe, Acoustics, Fiddle, Chu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT, Lira, Makris, Jennifer Chu


LeBron James, Cindy Crawford, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lindsey Vonn Feature in New Campaign for Ladder

Agency Human Design has created an integrated media campaign for Ladder, a new celebrity wellness brand founded by LeBron James, Cindy Crawford, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lindsey Vonn that engages consumers with content, community and personalized product, bringing a level of simplicity and accessibility that is unprecedented in the health industry.To introduce this subscription-based brand to the world, Human Design created a series of commercials and a viral media campaign. The 60-second anthe...
Tags: Facebook, Featured, Instagram, Advertising, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lebron James, Lindsey Vonn, Jack, Cindy Crawford, Kendall, John Weiss, Celebrity Commercials, NSF International, LeBron James Cindy Crawford Arnold Schwarzenegger, New Campaign, John Weiss Ladder


Honoring the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today, we’re taking time off from writing for our respectful acknowledgement of an American hero. It’s the U.S. holiday set... Continue Reading The post Honoring the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. appeared first on Copyblogger.
Tags: Featured, Blogging, Martin Luther King Jr, Administrivia


The connection between MLK and recruiters

We’re off today, but we’ll leave you with this: if, as a recruiter, you’re obsessed with finding flaws in candidates to reduce your funnel, shouldn’t you also embrace that Dr. King, who we celebrate today, was a flawed man — and maybe that’s the point? Isn’t it time we looked at candidate profiles and backgrounds […]
Tags: Featured, News, Recruiting, Mlk, Hiring, Branding, Screening, Blog Posts, Sourcing, Dr. King, Flaws


The rightful heirs to the British crown: Wales and the sovereignty of Britain

The Mabinogion is a collective name given to eleven medieval Welsh tales found mainly in two manuscripts – the White Book of Rhydderch (c. 1350), and the Red Book of Hergest (dated between 1382 and c.1410). The term is a scribal error for mabinogi, derived from the Welsh word mab meaning ‘son, boy’; its original meaning was probably ‘youth’ or ‘story of youth’, but finally it meant no more than ‘tale’ or ‘story’. The title was popularized in the nineteenth century when Lady Charlotte Guest trans...
Tags: Books, Featured, Wales, History, Britain, Literature, Cornwall, Norman, Tolkien, Tennyson, Arthur, Lloyd Alexander, Gwynedd, Wikimedia Commons, Usk, Arts & Humanities


Why the Best Executives Are So Highly Paid

--> The higher I have risen in my career, the more criticism and the more obstacles I have faced. In today’s world, if you lay off an employee, fire someone, or make any other decision that potentially upsets people, you face incredible scrutiny. Former employees will go on blogs and criticize you and your leadership style. You will be attacked by many people. This is something that has happened to every leader and every organizer throughout the ages. The leaders of companies, organizations, and...
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Models of Purity: St. Thomas Aquinas’s Devotion to St. Agnes

St. Thomas Aquinas’s feast day (January 28) is the octave day of the feast of St. Agnes (January 21). While this may seem inconsequential, there are many points of connection between these two great saints. First, they are both from central Italy: St. Agnes from Rome and St. Thomas from just south, Aquino, between Rome and Naples. Second, they both were from influential aristocratic families, Agnes from a noble Roman family and Aquinas from a mixed Germanic and Italian family, related to the Hol...
Tags: Featured, Church, Religion, Rome, Italy, Jesus, Purity, Saints, Naples, Thomas, Mary, Lucca, Roman, St Thomas, Agnes, Thomas Aquinas


What We Can Learn from the Old Testament’s Runaway Prophets

Who wouldn’t want to be a prophet? Well, a lot of the people who were actually prophets in the Old Testament. Moses, when called out of the burning bush, essentially responded by asking ‘Why me?’ (Exodus 3:11). Elijah, fresh off vanquishing all the prophets of Baal, is unnerved by Jezebel and flees in the wilderness, asking God for death (1 Kings 19:4). Most infamously, Jonah literally ran away from his calling (Jonah 1:3). Other Old Testament prophets sometimes resisted their vocation as well. ...
Tags: Featured, Religion, Jezebel, Christ, Jonah, Mary, PAUL, Luke, Ezekiel, Jacob, Elijah, Zechariah, Jeremiah, Isaiah, Baal, Faith & Spirituality


8 Profitable Side Hustles which will Buff up your Savings in 2019

You're reading 8 Profitable Side Hustles which will Buff up your Savings in 2019, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. Some people are just downright clever. They know how to go the extra mile. To always be one step ahead of everyone else. To see solutions where there are none. And what makes them so unique? Their ability to seize each opportunity that comes knocking, and their willi...
Tags: Amazon, Career, Uber, Featured, US, Author, Working From Home, Airbnb, Lifehacks, Glassdoor, Money And Finance, Productivity Tips, Cox, Uber Lyft, Online Jobs, Event Management


VERTEX AWARDS FINAL DEADLINE FRIDAY!

VERTEX AWARDS FINAL DEADLINE FRIDAY! THE FINAL DEADLINE FOR THE 6th ANNUAL VERTEX AWARDS ENDS FRIDAY. Late Registration closes December 25, 2018. 12:00 PM EST The Vertex Awards formally recognizes the absolute best in private label/store brand packaging design globally. Retailers manufacturers, marketers, agencies, in-house creatives, around the world turn to The Vertex Awards as the gold standard for private brand design. Late Registration closes December 25, 2018. 12:00 PM EST ENTER TODAY! ...
Tags: Featured, Branding, Vertex


Consumer Demand for Deeper Product Data

This guest post comes from Kelly Thompson Kell, North American Market Strategy Director for Trace One. Increasingly savvy and informed consumers now demand more information from suppliers and retailers, including more detailed product data. Consumers want to know exactly what they’re buying and where it comes from because they want to feel good about the products and companies they support, including private brands. A recent ECommerce Foundation study found 88% of consumers research product info...
Tags: Featured, CSR, Branding, Kelly, Target Corporation, Carrefour, Trace One, Kelly Thompson Kell, Nestle Kelly, ECommerce Foundation


La Canicule: A Portrait of Travel in Provence

July mornings arrive in Provence like a gentle pouring of milk into a black cup of coffee. The nocturnal meanderings of feral cats and sanglier acquiesce to shaded rest in the brambles and underbrush. Spiders, scorpions, and small lizards man their stations in anticipation of the diurnal insect menagerie which will soon come to life. Day bugs and night bugs: a changing of the guard ceremoniously observed. An hour after sunrise, the heat has settled like a weighted blanket on the recently cool l...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Featured, France, Avignon, Provence, SAULT, A day in the life, How I Travel, Europe Travel Stories, Le Luberon Provence


Woolworths Debuts First Australian Private Brand Halal

Woolworths will become the first grocer in Australia to make and sell private brand halal food. The range will be called Al-Sadiq, which means truthful in Arabic, and will begin selling in May or June. The line will debut in 20 stores in communities with high Muslim populations. The brand, which has been created and certified with consultation from the Islamic Council of Queensland, will initially include only halal chicken before expanding later in the year. Woolworths also has plans to expand...
Tags: Featured, Australia, Global, Muslim, Branding, Woolworths, Woolworth, Islamic Council of Queensland


Dior Forever for Christian Dior featuring Natalie Portman

Introducing Christian Dior Diorskin Forever Foundation featuring 24-hour wear in two new velvet and luminous finishes: matte and glow. With the new release, Dior has created a Dior Skin Forever film with actress Natalie Portman.CREDITSCampaign: Dior ForeverAdvert Title: Dior Forever.Industry: CosmeticPhotography - David Sims Executive Creative Director: Neel Majumder.Dior Creative Director - Peter Philips Dress Design - Maria Grazia Chuiri Published: January 2019. ( = window....
Tags: Featured, Advertising, Fashion industry, Dior, Natalie Portman, Christian Dior, Peter Philips, Celebrity Commercials, Neel Majumder, Christian Dior Diorskin Forever Foundation, CosmeticPhotography David Sims, Maria Grazia Chuiri


Luxury travel news this week

Here’s a round-up of luxury travel stories that have caught the eye this week. To make sure you receive these new weekly alerts in your web browser, please click on the red bell icon in the bottom right hand corner of the page and click ‘subscribe’ (works on desktop only – for other ways to […] The post Luxury travel news this week appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Featured, Australia, Hotels, Africa, Turkey, Accommodation, Attractions, Italy, Middle East, Kenya, Oceania, Regions, Going Out, Western Europe


Hong Kong 360 Lantau Culture and Heritage Insight Tour and Ngong Ping Village

( = || []).push({}); When it comes to traveling to Hong Kong, we have seen many travellers tend to choose popular tourist attractions like Disneyland Hong Kong, shopping and dining in Kowloon or snapping photos in the middle of local flats or visiting The Peak. However, many have forgotten the charms of Lantau Island and also the Ngong Ping Village. This is the reason why we are promoting these two destinations; 360 Lantau Culture and Heritage ...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Hong Kong, Featured, Malaysia, Places, Headline, Buddha, Buddhist, Lantau Island, Kowloon, Hong Kong International Airport, Tai, Po Lin Monastery, Hong Kong Zhuhai Macau Bridge, Ngong Ping Cable


Saturday Links

Links for your weekend reading: How to Kill a Church Want to fatten a church for slaughter? The steps are below. This is a true story. The Everlasting Impact of Faithful Shepherding Faithful shepherding secures souls. Where would Steve be today if his church and his pastors had taken seriously the charge to watch over his soul? 20 Quotes on How Your Church Should Exhibit Loving Authority So much of godly pastoring and parenting is about planting seeds and then waiting for God to give the growth…...
Tags: Featured, Life, Links, Christ, Steve