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Project What Extent

Seeds of greatness lie within each of us. And cultivated together, we can pioneer hope and freedom in this world. Why not us? The only question remaining is: What extent will you go? Join the movement: whatextent.com (Visited 24 times, 1 visits today)

Of Men and Maintenance: Usability & the Art of Medical Device Maintenance – Julia Choi

The assertion that “plumbers run the world” belies the premise that letting innovation drive engineering design is sufficient. While plumbing may seem dull for engineers drawn to new and shiny designs, often a greater proportion of effort is required for mending (maintenance) to help sustain making (innovation). In medical device design, incorporating reusable can be […]
Screen Shot 2018-05-02 at 5.03.48 PMUnity: a history of race and the American Church and one woman’s story of moving from the old paradigm towards the new – Nicole Dickens
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Unity: a history of race and the American Church and one woman’s story of moving from the old paradigm towards the new – Nicole Dickens

“11 am Sunday mornings is the most segregated time in America” Martin Luther King, Jr., 1960   “11 am Sunday mornings is STILL the most segregated time in America” Condoleezza Rice, 2017   Unity is something God expects of His Church. It is bred out of holiness – another thing He expects of His Church. […]

Kendall Graveman || April 2016

Oakland A’s Starting Pitcher Kendall Graveman talks about life in Christ and how he got to know the only One who truly matters. See more at http://play4him.org and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @play4Him247 (Visited 12 times, 1 visits today)

Anthony Tolliver || June 2017

Sacramento Kings Forward Anthony Tolliver shares about his most important relationship- with Jesus. To view his Personal Play4HIm Page, check out: https://play4him.org/pages/anthony-to… (Visited 9 times, 1 visits today)

Word Study: Nephesh – “Soul”

We explore the Hebrew word “nephesh” that often gets translated as “soul,” in this penultimate installment of the Shema word study series. While the English word should usually refer to a non-material essence of a human that survives after death, nephesh means something different. It is referring to humans as living, breathing, physical beings, or […]

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