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The Disease to Please

Hey there! If you missed Wednesday’s lesson, don’t worry we’ve got you covered. Brother Matmon Harrell brought a good word about “The Disease to Please.” In the notes below, you’ll be able to find the dangers of people-pleasing as well as the remedy for this epidemic that is swiftly infecting our generation and creeping into our churches. 1,155 more words

Christian

Podcast Rec List

So I mentioned somewhere in Twitter that I was thinking about writing a list with the podcasts that I’d recommend people to listen to and why, but that I’d fear it wouldn’t make any sense. 3,048 more words

Blogging

The Bridge IV starts filming: Here we go again, says Sofia Helin

It’s a busy time of year, for lots of different reasons. Not only are we preparing our end of year lists, but things are gearing up for 2017’s new releases. 265 more words

News

****IT’S ON! LET THE HOLIDAYS BEGIN****

 

Is there a lover of the paranormal or science fiction in your life? Well then here’s a deal you won’t want to pass up.

 

Starting from now and ending at midnight November 30th, all three books in the Para-Earth Series are just $1.49 each. 436 more words

Contact

ADRIAN CARROLL
Lecturer – Audio
MA (Research)
SAE Creative Media Institute, Australia
a.carroll@sae.edu

Brisbane Campus
Cnr Jane St & Riverside Dr, West End
QLD 4101 Australia… 6 more words

Sound Engineering

The Bridge newsletter brings political news to Silicon Valley and tech news to D.C.

Tech and politics need a translator — at least according to Jamie Corley and Christyn Lansing, founders of The Bridge.

Corley and Lansing have worked in both worlds — each of them, for example, has served as press secretary for a US senator (Bob Corker and Rob Portman, respectively), while Lansing was also communications director at Politico. 293 more words

TC

Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the epitome of Scandi-cool. It is a lovely city and now I know why the Danish people are the happiest on the planet. The relaxed feel of the city,the quiet and the cycle lanes, there is so much to see be it: history, architecture, art, shops, you name it, it is here! 237 more words