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Building with LEGOs

I was looking through some boxes of training material the other day and I came across a box of LEGOs. I had used them as a tool to teach vision casting with a group last year and I had forgot that I had the cool little toys. 605 more words

Leadership Development

WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: Group Fitness with Campus Recreation - Absolution

This blog post was written by Emily Wheeler and is published as part of our blog exchange with Tar Heel Tone-Up.

Since the year is new, we’re going back to the basics and introducing some of the opportunities offered by Campus Recreation. 722 more words


Satisfied Parents of RDF Children

Having happy children and satisfied parents is a very rewarding experience for RDF staff.   Parents in Redlawada village are very happy that RDF established a school in their area.  78 more words


If the thought of paying your employees to do nothing gives you nightmares, prepare for a restless night when you fail to engage them.

Many years ago, I pulled into the outdoor parking lot of my previous job only to find that everyone in the building was standing outside for a fire drill.   344 more words

Back-to-School Brings After-School Arts

Ironing out morning routines and making “this year” promises–back to school time is here. Before your post-school, pre-dinner downtime turns into a TV routine, consider an arts extracurricular. 777 more words



When you are engaged in any type of Christian ministry and you begin to attract the attention of others …be sure and direct that attention to God.

Food For Thought

Steph Ceraso, English, Receives the 2015 Richard Ohmann Outstanding Article in College English Award

Steph Ceraso, an assistant professor of English, has been selected for the 2015 Richard Ohmann Outstanding Article in College English Award. The annual award is presented by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). 305 more words