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January 2011
By: Jerry Thacker
A number of years ago, I had the opportunity to visit the Reagan Ranch, the location of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and the burial site for the former president. As I stood by Ronald Reagan's grave, I remembered the time when he came to speak at Bob Jones University where I was teaching. ...
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MARKETING 101: Using distance learning to train those in special circumstances

October 2010
By: Jerry Thacker
Many researchers, political officials, and educators now believe that technology will play a large part in meeting the three major challenges facing our educational systems in the near future: huge funding issues, extreme personnel issues, and the need for rapid training of students to meet the chal...
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Hearing God Speak

October 2010
By: Mark Hiehle
My daughter and I enjoy putting puzzles together. We started out with 24 piece puzzles and then moved to 36 pieces. At four years old, she became so comfortable with her puzzles that she knew where every piece belonged. If I tried to help, she would say, "No, I can do it." We then got her a 100-piec...
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Doing the Baby Bottle Boomerang

October 2010
By: Elaine Ham
Early one morning in the spring of 2000, I sat behind my desk in the pregnancy center where I worked, stared up at the ceiling, and silently asked God, "How will I ever raise that much money?" The previous evening I had listened as the chairman of our board announced to the audience at our annual f...
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Preserving a Dying Legacy

October 2010
By: Tera Hilliard
"I am a Black American and a great-granddaughter of Booker T. Washington, who led the poorest and most illiterate among his race up from slavery shortly after the end of the Civil War. When I speak on his legacy, I reflect on the fact that the history of our race in the United States has always been...
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When We Can't Save Everyone

October 2010
By: Anna Somers
A strange sound interrupted our evening meal. "What's that?" my husband asked. We stared at each other in confusion. Finally, it hit me. "The hotline phone!" I had been carrying it around for a month, but tonight was the first time anyone called. My husband and I scrambled to find it. "CareNet Pr...
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