December 2014

Monthly Archives

  • Conflict Resolution & Peacemaking Cross-Culturally in a Foreign Country

    [ad_1] Cross-cultural conflict can be increasingly demanding and far more exhausting than dealing with people within your own country and culture. During my tour of India, our team had an issue with a leader in Punjab. The disgruntlement occurred over a miscommunication, lack of understanding, and cross-cultural preference for articulating one’s feelings. After giving an […]

  • Judgment Collection Against A Church Or Pastor

    [ad_1] I am not a lawyer, I am a judgment and debt referral expert (Judgment and Collection Agency Broker). This article is my opinion, based on my experience in California, and laws vary in each state. If you ever need legal advice or a strategy to use, please contact a lawyer. There can be bad […]

  • Reasons to Use Family Mediation

    [ad_1] There are many different reasons to use family mediation. Before getting into that it is a good idea to know a little more about what mediation is first. Family mediators are unbiased third parties who are trained to help with negotiating conflicts with families, or really any group of people who are in conflict. […]

  • The Link Between Opioid Addiction And Endorphin Deficiency

    [ad_1] Opioid dependence is a disease that affects nearly 2.5 million people in the United States aged 12 years or older according to a national survey conducted in 2006. Often times, these people begin using opioid drugs to combat pain, be it physical or psychological. As a result of numerous interviews conducted through scientific studies […]

  • The Church Coffee Shop

    [ad_1] Many churches are installing new church coffee shops and upgrading their existing coffee shops. And they are also focusing on serving good coffee or a better coffee than the run of the mill second hand office coffee so many churches have served for years. And the good news is most of them have improved […]

  • Family Law Explained

    [ad_1] Family law is the branch of law which deals with all maters related to family unit and other domestic relations such as surrogacy and adoption, domestic partnerships, civil unions, marriage, divorce, child abduction, child abuse matters, child neglect, child maintenance, child adoption, paternity cases, child visitation rights, child custody, alimony, division of family property, […]

  • How to Plan a Church Ladies’ Group Tea Party

    [ad_1] Keep It Simple! Do not try to simulate a posh English Afternoon Tea, with silver and all the trimmings. Most churches have the facilities and the cups and saucers, plates and spoons right on hand. Consider Your Budget. With the economy the way it is, many churches are suffering from low donations right now, […]