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One Way to Live in the Moment: Say Goodbye to Headphones

This past June, I decided to no longer wear headphones in public spaces. You might find me wearing headphones at work, particularly when I’m in a high productivity zone, as music can help to drown out wandering thoughts and keep me focused on the task at hand. 945 more words


STUDENT SUCCESS & Tips learned while earning a PhD, traveling, speaking & writing 5 books.

by Bob Whitesel D.Min., Ph.D., 10/2/15.

Many people today are bi-vocational, multi-tasking students. While taking courses they must travel, work, take care of a family, etc. 980 more words


Multicultural by Design

American demographics are transforming the society with an increasing majority non-white and older population. PEW Research called out the ‘browning and graying of America’ phenomenon in its… 533 more words


African-American Church & A Religious Portrait of African-Americans

by Pew Research, 1/30/09.

“African-Americans stand out as the most religiously committed racial or ethnic group in the nation.”

While the U.S. is generally considered a highly religious nation, African-Americans are markedly more religious on a variety of measures than the U.S. 336 more words

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Just a Few of Us: Being Black in the ELCA and SC Synod

First appeared at Love Sees Color

I came back to the Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary in 2012 after having a conversation with a professor that would later become a mentor. 594 more words


Asians will be largest immigrant group in U.S. in 50 years: Pew study

Interesting demographic shift and may, over time, shift immigration debate in USA:

In a major shift in immigration patterns over the next 50 years, Asians will have surged past Hispanics to become the largest group of immigrants heading to the United States, according to estimates in a new immigration study.

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Study: Asians Likely To Surpass Latinos As Largest Immigrant Group In US

WASHINGTON (CBSDC)– Asians are likely to outnumber Latinos as the United States’ largest immigrant group after the middle of the century, according to a new study. 365 more words