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You will quickly discover that the Pioneer community is truly a family, rich in the relationships that matter most. Growing together, we worship, we serve, we laugh, we cry, we learn, and we reach out to our world with life-transforming truth. We reach out to you, as well. Our doors are open. Our hearts are open too. If you’ve been thinking, praying, searching and hoping for a place to belong, we say again…WELCOME!
 
UCC School of Law's podcast showcasing the research of our students and staff. In keeping with the School's ambition to engage with wider society, the podcast details the work of organisations involved in advocacy, human rights, criminal justice, the environment, IT and business law.
 
Weekly messages from Virginia Highland Church, Atlanta GA. We are a Progressive Community of Faith. No matter where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here! Join us live, Sundays at 11am, 743 Virginia Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA 30306. NOTE: To help prevent the spread of the COVID-19, we are offering online services only at this time. We hope to be worshiping together in person soon.
 
Listen to CT Expert Insights for advice, tips, and tools to help start, run, and grow your business no matter the location. Topics covered in this series include strategy, incorporation, business licenses, compliance, and much more. We also feature interviews with business thought leaders & industry experts.
 
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In this special episode of the UCC School of Law Impact Series, nine of our PhD students share an overview of and insights from their fascinating research. The breadth of scholarship across so many legal areas – from family law to company law, gambling regulation to the environment – is indicative of the high-quality research undertaken in the Scho…
 
It’s important to categorize certain things. It eliminates mess. But socially categorizing or stereotyping people?... That makes a mess. We’ll talk more about it Sunday. I hope to see you in person or online! As always, we will live stream the worship service from the church sanctuary at the following link: https://www.facebook.com/ZionEvangelicalU…
 
Leddy Hammock “When you are in lack, speak with words of praise. If you count them, you will find your blessings will amaze. When you are in fear, spread the gift of love. The joy of calm and peace of mind surround you like a glove. When anger fills your heart, understanding is your gift, to put your life in harmony and give everyone a lift. When y…
 
A record number of new businesses started in 2020 but many aspiring entrepreneurs are still reluctant to chase their dreams because of their fear of failure. CT Corporation Manager of Customer Service Tim Jensen joins us to explain how that fear is actually a good thing that can be leveraged to make your new business even better. He also offers adv…
 
Gráinne and Louise talk to Dr Ciara Duignan about Flourish, a student wellbeing module running in DCU and UCD. Is integrating wellbeing into higher level education the shape of things to come. Professor Alan Smeaton talks about the challenges of the blended campus, and the advent of the new normal and Dr Mehran Hossein Zadeh Bazargani tells us abou…
 
Leddy Hammock “I’m so caught up in all my stuff; no matter what I do, it’s never enough . . . . Avalanche of paper, no time to read. A moment to myself would be a friend indeed. Ninety miles an hour and standing still. If I don’t do it, nobody else will. Step back, slow down. Smell the roses and kiss the ground. Just breathe, don’t sweat it. Just s…
 
Although King David’s abuse of power and assault of Bathsheba is extreme, his story reminds us that we all fall short of God’s dream for us. By acknowledging our sins and failures, we open ourselves up to new healing, transformation, and wholeness. Like the Japanese art of “kintsukuroi” in which cracked pottery is mended with golden lacquer to high…
 
Pastor Mike preaches on how in the church we are all one and thus it is sinful when we show partiality to the rich and powerful over the poor. When we see the poor and the suffering in our midst and we, under the pretense of love, don’t feed or clothe them with what we have, then the faith we profess to have is devoid of meaning, and shows our actu…
 
In Exodus 4, God calls Moses to go to Egypt to rescue God's people. But, Moses has a few objections first. Sometimes we too have objections to the idea that God might have a calling for us in this world. Join God and Moses as they have a conversation about these objections and discover that God calls each of us, imperfections and all.…
 
Choosing a name for your business is one of the most important decisions any business owner will make. You want it to be memorable and to explain exactly what you do. But naming a business also needs to follow the rules in your state. What do you do if some other business already has the name you want? What is the difference between a legal name an…
 
This Impact Series features interviews with UCC School of Law faculty members, focusing on the resounding impact of their work across a broad range of areas in the public policy sphere. Today's episode is an interview with Professor Conor O'Mahony, Special Rapporteur on Child Protection. The Special Rapporteur is appointed by the Minister for Child…
 
Concluding his series on John 6, Pastor Mike preaches on the unbelief of Jesus' own disciples at his hard words and how their reaction exposes our own unbelief. Faith is not blind belief it is trust, in spite of doubts and difficulties, propelling us to seek understanding that what we hold to be true may be wrong, and needs to be challenged by the …
 
Leddy Hammock “When all your dreams are hooked on a shooting star and the star falls down, remember how great you are. You are the guiding star you need…. Your day in the sun, the moment seems lost in time, when the sun sinks low, remember how bright you shine. You are the only light you need…. The road is long, and you feel weary. Take one more st…
 
Historically, the story of Martha and Mary paints Martha as the harried housewife and Mary as the devoted student at Jesus’ feet. But a closer look at the original Greek offers a slightly different understanding of these sisters. Join Pastor Jen as we kick off our new sermon series and consider what it means to find contentment and even joy in our …
 
Continuing the series on John 6, Pastor Mike preaches on eating and believing. Jesus intensifies his earlier statements leaving his hearers baffled. Is eating his flesh merely a metaphor for believing or is there something else to it all?13th Sunday After Pentecost, Year B: Proverbs 9:1-6; Ephesians 5:15-20; John 6:51-58www.gofundme.com/f/ZionsSton…
 
It’s important to be honest. That includes being honest with God. We’ll talk more about it tomorrow in worship. I hope to see you in person or online! As always, we will live stream the worship service from the church sanctuary at the following link: https://www.facebook.com/ZionEvangelicalUCC/. Blessings, Pastor Basile “The Lord is my shepherd, I …
 
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