In Seeking Truth and Faith

No matter how much our world evolves and grows technologically, our society still has some foundational beliefs that will never change. Even in a world that thrives on smartphones and tablets, self-driving cars and computer connections that enhance seemingly every aspect of everyday life, the belief in a Christian connection and foundational belief in God and his son, Jesus Christ, remains. It’s truly amazing to see how strong this belief remains in so many people today, even as the world continues to move at a breakneck pace.

Seeking Truth and Faith

What is it about the teachings of the Bible that have made it such an enduring piece of literature? The Bible offers a message of peace and a love that endures, forever. The Bible also offers hope and forgiveness to anyone who has made terrible mistakes in their life. This remarkable message has brought about incredible emotional, spiritual and emotional breakthroughs to the many readers who have taken it to heart. That’s part of why the Bible continues to speak to readers at a deep level and why the stories of the Bible still resonant deeply.

Seeing the Light

The truth is that many people go through life feeling deeply broken at a spiritual level. People who have endured abuse and who come from broken families often feel they have no one to turn to, which is why they become caught up in gangs, violence and addiction issues. The message of the Holy Bible, however, had been able to offer a message of healing to many of these people, when no other form of therapy would work.

Apostle David E Taylor is one person who needed healing for many of his life issues. Taylor was a young man who had a troubled upbringing that lead him into a life of chaos and sin. At a young age, things seemed hopeless, but a vision Taylor saw one night, which seemed to be the face of Jesus, brought him to a breakthrough.

Today David E Taylor travels the word spreading the word of the Bible and the teachings of Jesus, through his organization, www.jimmi-headquarters.org. Taylor’s incredible story is just one example of the way in which the Bible and its teachings still have the power to transform and do miracles.

Why a Career in Behavioral Studies May Be Right For You

As the economy continues to grow and strengthen, an increasing number of people are either looking to pursue a new career or are in the process of deciding on their first one. While there are plenty of trendy careers for people to choose from, there’s one that’s currently growing at an exceptional rate: behavioral studies. Automation may be invading other job markets, but studying human behavior, and using that understanding to have a real impact on other people’s lives, is something computers simply aren’t capable of yet. Of course, there are also many other benefits to a behavioral studies degree, and this post aims to take a look at a few of them.

It’s a Versatile Field

Unlike most other fields, behavioral studies has a number of niches that provide it with a greater versatility. Students pursuing a behavioral studies degree can decide whether they’re interested in working with geriatrics, juveniles, special needs, or criminals. Of course, that’s just scratching the surface. For those interested in the more scientific aspects of behavioral studies, such as in the psychiatry in neuroscience, then they’re free to pursue that as well beneath this rather large umbrella of study. In fact, information centers like BehavioralHealth2000 exist solely to provide people with more information on the various aspects of behavioral studies. As the field grows, so too will these centers.

Doctorate Programs Can Boost Careers

If you feel as though your career is stagnating, then a graduate program in behavioral studies may be worth considering. Behavioral studies programs have helped people improve their career in a number of disparate fields, including public service officials, police officers, educators, and child care specialists. If your job involves communicating with other humans on a daily basis, as most do, then it’s likely that you could see tangible benefits from your time in a behavioral studies program.

It’s Only Expected to Grow

For those that care about money above all else, behavioral studies is a field that is expected to grow by roughly 30% well into 2022. Given the low barrier to entry for the field, this is an excellent opportunity for anyone that’s interested in improving their career prospects.

Choosing a career can be a stressful process, but it doesn’t have to be. As long as you do your research and think hard about what you’re looking for in a career, then there’s no doubt that you’ll find something that you can be happy and confident with.

Brillante Mendoza Film Workshop 3 (BMFW)

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The Brillante Mendoza Film Workshop 3 (BMFW) will be 7 days intensive training from March 28 to April 3, 2016, at Center Stage Productions 947 Busilak St. Barangka Drive, Mandaluyong City.

For more information about Brillante Mendoza and his great contribution in the entertainment industry, you may visit his website at  www.brillantemamendoza.com

WHAT:           Brillante Mendoza Film Workshop 3 (BMFW)
WHEN:          March 28 – April 3, 2016
WHERE:        Centerstage Productions
Busilak St. Barangka Drive, Mandaluyong City

ACTING WORKSHOP (FOUND ACTING)

  • Its a 7-day intensive workshop from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, inclusive of lunch and afternoon snacks
  • Participant is expected to act in the short film made by the directing workshopper at the end of the workshop


DIRECTING WORKSHOP

  • With introduction to Cinematography, Production Design, Editing
  • A 7-day intensive workshop from 9am-5pm, inclusive of lunch and afternoon snacks
  • Participant is expected to create a short film at the end of the workshop
  • Participant is expected to bring his/her own laptop for editing purposes

Please note that the workshop has limited slots so reserve early!

3 Classroom Resources Available for Teachers

When you choose to go into the teaching profession, you’re choosing to enter a field that places a big weight on your shoulders. You will be charged with the task of educating the children of other people, and when the school year ends, the parents and administration will expect that those children acquired certain skill sets in reading, writing and arithmetic. The good news is that as a teacher, you’re not alone. The amount of teacher resources available are abundant and many of them are also free.

Reading Tips

Reading may be the most essential skill a child must develop. In a classroom, you’re most likely going to have a mix of advanced learners, those that learn at an average pace and those that fall behind. Ensuring all students keep up with the intended lesson plan, therefore, becomes a challenge. Reading tips are available for teachers that address the most common types of learners and help you create booklists that children will enjoy reading while learning. Read about how you can help develop young readers through conversation and proven strategies.

Learning through Crafts

A classroom doesn’t have to be all business all day. Crafts are a great way to break up the monotony of lectures, maintain your pupil’s attention and encourage them to further develop their motor skills. Crafts can easily be geared to teach students about math and science, for example, while giving them the freedom to explore their creative side. Craft resources for teachers are readily available and give you ideas by age or subject.

Math Resources

For some reason, math has become the bogeyman of the education world. Many students develop a fear of math and get lost among the numbers, variables and word problems. Math resources are available for teachers in the form of lesson plans, tips and supplements so you can get students successfully over the math hump. Learn how to explain that math is actually found in every day activities and how drawing a picture when solving world problems goes a long way.

Becoming a teacher is a selfless act. The recognition for student milestones may not always be there and the pay may not turn you into a millionaire, but when you enjoy playing a part in the development of tomorrow’s adults, the resources you need to help their education are abundant and many times free.