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Three Reasons to Love Asking People to Give

By Margaret J. Marcuson

Is your church preparing for your stewardship campaign? Remember this: When you provide leadership in stewardship at church, you do essential work. 517 more words

Along The Journey

The growing private sector in adult learning

I spent a week in August stewarding at the local rugby club during Whitby Folk Week. The fact that it was the 50th Folk Week is interesting in its own right, reflecting the rise of a particularly tenacious and passionate sub-culture in the 50s, 60s and 70s, as well as its continuing and changing existence today. 670 more words

Lifelong Learning

my self-study plan for 2015-2016

School starts tomorrow in my area and part of me wishes I were one of those students headed back to classes. While that’s not possible this year, learning and studying on my own definitely is. 762 more words


Lifelong Learning

The Irish poet Yeats once said, “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” My goal is to learn one new item everyday. 73 more words


2nd Chance

Had an interesting conversation today with a stranger, who introduced himself as an ex-convict, and would like to share the experience i had…..

Had to take a half day today as i have made an arrangement for a service technician to fix something at my house.   1,092 more words

Self Discovery

The more education you have, the more interested you are in lifelong learning

Adult education researchers have long taken the Gospel of Matthew, where Jesus said “For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance: but from him that hath not shall be taken away even that which he hath”, as a parable for their own field. 349 more words


The Saturday Read - Best of the summer for Labor Day reading

It’s the last long weekend of summer and one more opportunity to get lost in a story – in a beach chair, a park bench or your favorite comfy spot at home. 928 more words

The Saturday Read