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Formed at a distance is one of the habits increasingly used among the people .Studying new concepts is a practice estimated by anyone who hopes to continue learning throughout life .However, it is important to present certain aspects to the training that we hire inappropriate . Today there are many websites that offer distance learning courses however are not always appropriate.
President John Evans Atta Mills has underscored the need for the youth to be taught how to advance their arguments through debates instead of using intemperate language.
“I think that it is important that young people are taught the right things,” he said, during interaction with17 Ghanaian students, who were in the office of the Permanent Mission of Ghana to the United Nations in New York, on Friday morning.
The students, selected from various first…Continue
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It has been more than three decades, but those bullet holes in the ceiling, this broken altar still stand as vivid reminders of the history that unfolded here at Regina Mundi Church in Soweto, South Africa.
You all know the story – how 35 years ago this month, a group of students planned a peaceful protest to express their outrage over a new law requiring them to take courses in Afrikaans. Thousands of them took to the streets, intending to march to Orlando Stadium.
Lord, help us to discover and use our spiritual gifts, those talents and abilities You've given us to severe You in the church and out reach ministries & communities. We are many, but we form one body. We have different gifts, according to what You, ve graciously given, but we serve each other. If our gift is prophesying, let us do in proportion to our faith. If it is serving, let us do that joyfully. If it is teaching, let us teach; if it is encouraging, let us build others up; if…Continue
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We have a rule in our house: You can’t grill in the summertime without corn on the cob. It’s always on our table, and our Mexican-style version is a big hit. Parmesan, mayo, and a sprinkle of chili powder make it a spicy side dish that is always a winner with grilled meats and fish. ...
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I received this letter from a young lady last week—a Bible college student who grew up in a Christian home and Christian school. I believe it’s the saddest letter I’ve ever read and right on the mark for so detailing the experiences of so many young Christians. I asked her permission to post it. Please read. Her words will greatly challenge you as a parent or pastor:
Dear Pastor Schmidt,
A few years ago, I read your books…
Wealthy nations quest to scale up agricultural food productivity inadvertently results in water pollution. Water pollution as a result of agricultural farm inputs is costing wealthy nations billions of dollars each year (Bloomberg.com; accessed March 13, 2012). According to the Organization for Economic…Continue
The question is, must senior high school students be allowed to use mobile phone on campus. your objective and constructive argument needed. no. 0244605443/ 0205997886.
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El Paso may not have any professional sports teams, but the local university, University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), has several, and the city goes wild over its basketball and football matches. If you are in town during football or basketball season, try to attend a game in UTEP’s Sun Bowl Stadium (for football) or Don Haskins Center (for basketball). UTEP is also known for hosting the El Paso Anime Convention every June in its Student Union.
Every summer around Independence Day, the…Continue
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meeng-gah-bou ...desibah, anteray, - ana(w)ula ...sannu ;) @ the present time I am a "sewing operator" sewing Army & Navy uniforms which are shipped all over the USA* I enjoy my work very much ! also sew @ home too thinking of going to school for fashion or style ? I like the cloth sold in your country designs and bright colors mostly earth colors my favorite !...READYONE…Continue
The Ghana Culture Day: A Review....Wednesday, 14th March, 2012 was Ghana Culture Day. The day, the authorities say, is held to promote “mainstreaming of the culture in national development.” This has been going on over the years – basically pandering the same thinking.
While I was expecting something more enlightening from the cultural connoisseurs, what I read was the same old, same old rational. Why Ghana Culture Day? To restore Ghana/African…Continue
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