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Royal Priesthood to host Women Empowerment forum

first_imgFaithLifestyleLocalNews Royal Priesthood to host Women Empowerment forum by: – August 12, 2014 Sharing is caring! 264 Views   no discussions Share Tweetcenter_img Share Share Royal Priesthood will be hosting its first event aimed at empowering women on August 21-22 2014 at the Living Hope fellowship in Massacre. The event is being held in collaboration with Hilly Leon Ministries from Virginia in the USA. Women Empowerment 2014 will be held under the theme “MAD- Make A Difference”. The first session themed Life in a Fishbowl is targeted at the wives of pastors and elders The focus will be to help these women to handle scrutiny ,the expectations and public opinions. They will be expose to ways of making life in a fishbowl more enjoyable. Women will be better able to understand the importance of developing and maintaining close, trusted and supportive friendships.The second night will be for all women and will be held under the theme Get out of the Boat. Women will be challenged to experience the joy, freedom and miracle of being a child of God.The session will explore reasons why people choose to stay in the boat and what to do if they start to sink. Women will be exhorted to get out of the boat, get powered up through prayer and keep their eyes on Jesus and take a step of faith.The two nights of services will focus on helping the women to leave their well defined, secure comfort zones and get out of the boat so they can experience the miracle of walking on water. Women will be encouraged to get out of the boat in the area of their comfort zones and learn to trust others as well as let others get to know them. They will be challenged to reach out past their social comfort zones and make a difference in the lives of others. It is the hope that after the sessions women will develop a deeper spiritual relationship with God through prayer and reading of the word and will desire to have a more intimate relationship with The Lord.For more information you can contact Beverly Leblanc at 2753662 or Bernadette Jean Jacques at 4498593last_img read more

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Georgina Rodriguez puts on VERY busty display as Cristiano Ronaldo’s partner reveals all with stunning Instagram snap

first_imgCRISTIANO RONALDO’S girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez sent fans wild by putting on a busty display on Instagram.The Spanish stunner has been tasked with cheering up her Juventus partner following his crushing Champions League exit last week.Georgina Rodriguez sent fans wild with a busty display on InstagramFive-time Ballon d’Or winner Ronaldo has continued to suffer European heartbreak since swapping Real Madrid for Turin.The Portuguese scored twice against Lyon on Friday but couldn’t stop Juventus crashing out of the Champions League on away goals.Ronaldo has since escaped with Rodriguez and their children to his £5.5million yacht in Savona, Italy, over the weekend.Georgina has already dazzled in a string purple bikini as she soaked up the rays during a recent Mediterranean excursion. And the model has now been flaunting her incredible physique again with a sultry selfie in a Dior hat.One fan said: “You are the bomb of the Mediterranean.”Another simply said: “Beautiful.”Rodriguez and Ronaldo previously visited their incredible yacht to toast the 35-year-old’s Serie A title win with Juventus.Georgina has also had cause to celebrate recently after bagging a deal with fashion brand PrettyLittleThing.She even showed off some items from her new collection in a saucy Insta video.Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez wows fans as she shares saucy workout video on Instagram 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Real or Fake? Shark Attacks Helicopter Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night.center_img Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 Source: Soccer – thesun.co.uk What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTINGlast_img read more

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“The Voice” recap: The knockouts continue with Alicia Keys fighting off two coaches to keep one of her artists

first_img Related Trae Patton/NBC(LOS ANGELES) — The knockout rounds on Tuesday’s edition of The Voice, a night that saw Alicia Keys fight off attempts from fellow coaches Kelly Clarkson and Adam Levine to steal one of her artists.The battle was made possible, thanks to a new twist for this season’s Knockouts – “The Save.” It gives each coach the chance to save an artist during the round.Artists from Team Blake Shelton and Team Kelly also squared off on Tuesday.Each coach also enlisted a former Voice champion during rehearsals: season-9 winner Jordan Smith for Team Adam; season-13 winner Chloe Kohanski for Team Blake Shelton; season-12 champ Chris Blue for Team Alicia; and season-3 winner Cassadee Pope for Team Kelly.First up, Team Kelly’s 14-year-old country singer Brynn Cartelli, covering Rascal Flatts’ “Here Comes Goodbye,” went head-to-head with pop/R&B singer Jamella, tackling Little Big Town’s “Girl Crush.” Kelly thought both artists nailed their performances, but gave the round to Brynn, boldly declaring the teen “will be the youngest person to win this show — I didn’t say ‘could,” I said ‘will.” Cartelli advances, while Jamella goes home.Next, Blake pitted pop singer Jarom Strom, singing “Grenade,” by Bruno Mars, and soul-singing, guitar slinger Pryor Baird, putting his spin on Billy Preston’s “Will It Go Round in Circles.” Shelton, addressing the camera said the contest would come down to “whoever owns the stage.” Following the performances, Blake praised Jaron as “a great singer,” but chose Pryor, explaining that he that he was “a front-runner.” Pryor moves on to the live rounds, while Strom was sent packing.The last knockout of the night was between Team Alicia’s Christiana Danielle, singing Sia’s “Elastic Heart,” and Terrence Cunningham, tackling Rufus & Chaka Khan’s “Tell Me Something Good.” Alicia told Christiana and Terrence that both of them “had some digging to do” in terms of showing their true artistry. This one was no contest — Terrence blew Alicia and the other coaches away with his dynamic, rangy performance.However, Keys decided to use her save to keep Danielle in the competition as part of her team — but Clarkson had other ideas. She tried to steal Christiana, pointing out that they both grew up singing in church, and could “explore new music” together. Kelly barely finished making her pitch when Adam pressed his buzzer, admitting it was more of a symbolic gesture “so you knew how talented I think you are.” Christiana’s decision was to stick with what got her this far, and she moves on to the live rounds still part of Team Alicia.The Voice knockout rounds continue Monday night at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img read more

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Harvey & Rees share the plaudits

first_imgStan Rees, Neil Harvey & Dave Smith.PSC Golf from Siam Country Resort PattayaTuesday, June 18, Pattana – StablefordOn Tuesday we went to Pattana and played the B & C course, which was in very good condition. We had nice weather and enjoyed our competition, but despite the conditions we had no top scores as this layout is long and not easy.We had an exciting battle between Stan Rees and Neil Harvey who kept each other in balance, but Stan beat Neil with 35 stableford points on countback. In third was Jonathan Pratt with 31 points. The near pins went to Stan Rees and John Feeney.Thursday, June 20, Pattaya C.C. – StablefordPattaya Country Club On  was the challenge on Thursday and the course was in good condition with some wet spots due to recent rain.Once again we had again an exciting game between Neil Harvey, Stan Rees and Dave Smith bit this time Neil edged Stan and Dave on the countback, all with 38 points.The near pin awards were claimed by Dave Smith and John Feeney.last_img read more

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Panthers pounce while Swans struggle

first_imgVICTORIAN PREMIER CRICKET REVIEW – ROUNDS 8 & 9 (T20s)   By Nick Creely REGION rivals Dandenong and Casey-South Melbourne…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

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Packed in for ice rink

first_imgBy BEN CAMERON A NEW ice arena set for Pakenham will attract more people to live in Cardinia, Port Ward…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

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Horrific house fire

first_imgBy Jessica Anstice and Mitchell Clarke Emergency services responded to a house on Keats Street on Friday morning.The woman is said to have suffered stab wounds.Witnesses…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

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#Nextchat: Creating Powerful Cultures

first_imgSo they built their culture around that, particularly in the way they make decisions. Although they have a fairly traditional, hierarchical structure (on paper anyway), the actual practice of decision-making is really very fluid, morphing and flexing depending on who has access to that critical information about the patients’ hopes, dreams, and aspirations. If a particular patient was very passionate about sailing before their injury, there is nothing holding back one of the healthcare providers from spending money to get that patient out on a lake to do their rehabilitation work. According to one employee, “There are no lines we can’t cross in terms of creativity and what we can do for our residents.”  How you run meetings internally, how you share information across departments, and how you do the basics of project management—these can all be low hanging fruit that you can address in order start clarifying and reinforcing a culture that drives your success. People need to see the changes happening in real ways for the new culture to take root. If you missed this chat you can read the RECAP with all the tweets here.  What a powerful culture looks likePowerful cultures have a clear understanding of what drives success. In the case of QLI, they have figured this out in a very tangible way. It’s a granular and focused understanding of what “makes or breaks” them. QLI provides rehabilitation to people with brain and spinal cord injuries. Their work is not just about providing adequate healthcare — it’s about rebuilding shattered lives.  by Maddie Grant In order to be successful, they have to connect their healthcare services very deeply to the patient’s life, accessing the patient’s hopes, dreams, and aspirations in the process. It’s the only way to get the rehabilitation to really stick. That deeper, meaningful connection is what drives their success. What’s a Twitter Chat? Three Tools for Twitter Chats Changing your organization’s cultureOnce you get clear on what drives your organization’s success, you’ll actually have to start changing how you do things internally so you can align your culture with the success factors and to make sure the processes you design end up rewarding people who behave in the ways that generate the most success. When you start to work on your culture, don’t settle for a positive-sounding list of core values that will look good as posters on the wall. If your core values are “customer focus”, “excellence and quality”, “innovation”, “collaboration” – I would argue that they are meaningless. Why? Because everyone else has those same core values. Instead, make a clear case that those posters you have about collaboration or respect actually connect deeply to what drives your success. Actually start building those ideas into your processes, both at the surface level and within your HR processes. Please join @shrmnextchat at 3 p.m. ET on January 18 for #Nextchat with special guest, Founding Partner of WorkXO, Maddie Grant (@maddiegrant). We’ll chat about what it takes to create a powerful culture in your organization. From there, organizations doing this kind of thinking about culture almost always start to focus on deeper changes related to human resources—hiring, onboarding, firing, and performance management. Look at the famous culture “cool kid” in the business world, Zappos. They have infused their success factors into their hiring processes to ensure a culture of “WOW” customer service.  When the connection is clear, the employees will see it and behave accordingly, because deep down everyone wants to be successful. You’ll get that employee engagement you’ve been looking for while shoring up the bottom line in the process. Now THAT is a best place to work.  Q1. What are the outward signs of a powerful company culture?Q2. What leadership behaviors drive positive and powerful cultures within organizations? Q3. Organizations should design their culture around what drives their success. True or false? — and why?Q4. What are the keys to creating vision and mission statements that will help ensure a powerful workplace culture?Q5. How should employees be involved, and how can they be empowered, to create more powerful workplace cultures?Q6. What is HR’s role in creating powerful workplace cultures? Q7. As an HR professional, what inhibits your ability to create a more powerful culture in your workplace?Q8. What is your advice for senior leaders at organizations with broken cultures for creating more powerful cultures?  So while a lot of organizations may spend time trying to find the right balance of happy hours or break-room perks to try to bolster their culture and employee engagement scores, the companies that have the truly strong cultures—that run circles around their competition—actually take a different approach. They directly connect their culture to what drives their success and design their culture around that.  How do you help your staff connect culture to what drives the success of the enterprise? Quality Living, Inc. (QLI) is a healthcare company in Omaha, Nebraska that has come in first in their local “best place to work” award so many times, they’ve been effectively taken out of the competition and put in their own category in order to give some other deserving companies a shot at the top spot of recognition. How do they do it? Not through happy hours or foosball in the break rooms. They do it by being crystal clear on what drives the success of their enterprise. Company culture is not about being cool or even being a “best place to work.” It’s about being more successful. Period.last_img read more

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CL refs for Inter and Napoli

first_imgDanny Makkelie will officiate Borussia Dortmund-Inter, while Szymon Marciniak is assigned to Napoli-RB Salzburg. UEFA have announced the referees for Tuesday’s Champions League fixtures. Inter face a direct showdown with Borussia Dortmund in Germany following the 2-0 win at San Siro. Dutch official Makkelie will be in charge of the whistle, supported by Mario Diks, Hessel Steegstra and fourth official Kevin Blom. The VAR is Jochem Kamphuis with Bas Nijhuis. Napoli won 3-2 away to RB Salzburg and could secure their qualification for the Round of 16 when hosting the Austrians on Tuesday evening. They will look to Polish referee Marciniak, who is assisted by Pawel Sokolnicki, Tomasz Listkiewicz and fourth official Tomasz Musial. The VAR booth is also an all-Polish affair, with Pawel Gil and Marcin Borkowski. Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/last_img read more

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