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NAVMAG Indian Island Earns OSHA VPP Star Partner

By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Cory Asato, Navy Public Affairs Support Element West, Det. Northwest

CHIMACUM, Wash. (NNS) – More than 60 Sailors and civilians were in attendance for a flag raising ceremony commemorating Naval Magazine Indian Island (NAVMAG) becoming an Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Star partner at the command building, Dec. 632 more words

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‘Adopt A Highway’ Program

The CSR Team spent a day cleaning up our section of highway through the “Adopt A Highway” program. CSR has sponsored the first two miles of Highway 93 coming into Idaho from Nevada. Great work Team!

The Office

Jesus and My Workplace - Mark 12

What did I learn from Jesus that I can apply to my place of work?

1) Entrusted with the Business (v1-9)
Jesus told a story about someone building a vineyard and, after his hard work, went on a vacation, leaving his vineyard in the hands of his servants.   319 more words

Journal

One of the Greatest Moments in the History of Graystone Church

On Wednesday before we left Brazil, we were able to surprise The Dunn Family with a $30,000 check for them to buy a new van.  It was probably one of the top 10 moments in the history of… 207 more words

Graystone Church

"Grace Be With You" - The Editor's Page: Good Stewardship, Financial Report, Coming Soon Next Year (November/December, 2014)

The Carolina Messenger has seen some changes over the past year. Several sound brothers in Christ were added to the board of directors: Michael Grooms, Steve Miller, Michael Morton, and Spencer Strickland. 1,591 more words

Carolina Messenger

Grading Your Debt (1 of 2)

In the most recent post, “Slaves to Debt? Well…” I suggested that not all debt is bad debt.  If that’s true, when might debt make good sense?   436 more words

Debt

The Preacher Steward: In The Philippines Children Die Every Day Because Of No Money For Medicines Or Hospitals ~ Yet In The last Few Years The Government Has Spent $925 MILLION Upgrading The Military ~ Now they want Submarines!

This is simply not good stewardship

Amid ongoing disputes with China over overlapping claims in the South China Sea, the Philippines has spent PHP41 billion ($925 million) on modernizing its military platforms since President Benigno Aquino took office in 2010.

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