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PeoplExpress delays flight for 14 hours at PBI

No-frills PeoplExpress Airlines can’t seem to stay on time.

The low-fare carrier has been off to a rocky start, following a slew of delayed flights. 285 more words


International: Annulment of planned cancellation of temporary residence of volunteers with PBI Guatemala

On 10 July was nullified the planned cancellation of the temporary residence of two volunteers with the Guatemala chapter of Peace Brigades International (PBI), as the organization previously had been informed on 2 July.   196 more words

Human Rights

Catching Up

Hi everyone!!

Sorry for being so quiet lately. My dad flew in from Atlanta for a week, so we were busy getting some quality time in before he had to go back. 273 more words

PBI welcomes low-fare Peoplexpress Airlines

Today, Peoplexpress Airlines is kicking off its service in West Palm Beach.

Palm Beach International Airport officials are planning a water cannon welcome and gate ribbon-cutting on July 14 to welcome the new low-fare carrier. 259 more words


GHRC Condemns Expulsion of Two Human Rights Volunteers from Guatemala

GHRC condemns the recent decision to expel two Peace Brigades International (PBI) volunteers from Guatemala. The work of international observers and accompaniers to monitor, document and denounce human rights violations is important for the protection of human rights defenders. 2,231 more words


Book of the Week: Good to Great

What does it take to make a good company, great? Jim Collins and his research team spent 5 years to find out. Good to Great… 877 more words


Why Christians should study Hermeneutics.

           First of all, it might be important that I define the term Hermeneutics. This is what the all-knowing Wikipedia has to say about what hermeneutics is: 833 more words

Thoughts On Scripture