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Want to be a nurse? 10 of the top nursing programs in the U.S.

Be. the. best. Peter Jones of The Job Network has gathered the list of the top 10 nursing programs in the United States for USA Today. Students, start planning your undergrad or graduate journeys with programs that can train you to be the best in your field. Here are the top 10 schools with outstanding nursing programs: Columbia University—New York City Duke University...

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Andy Stanley: Work It

Check out this insightful message from Andy Stanley on his YourMove series on what it looks like to TRULY be a light in your workplace. Your job matters. The people you work with matter. What you do matters. In this episode, Andy looks at how to go the extra mile and make a difference in the workplace. - yourmove.is Click the button below to watch the sermon on video or download the a...

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Mission Precision: Defining Unreached People and Places

"Why should churches focus on the unreached if there are so many lost people in our communities? What is the difference between being lost and unreached?""David Platt uses Romans chapter 15 to help define what it means for a people group or a place to be considered unreached." You can download the podcast or visit the original source from radical.net : http://www.radical.net...

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Mark Dever: We Don’t Just Serve God at Church

Check out this great post from www.madetoflourish.org! "Mark Dever, senior pastor at Capitol Hill Baptist Church, discusses the key role of pastors: to prepare and equip God's people for Monday through Friday service outside the four walls of the church. Learn how your work can be worship at http://www.madetoflourish.org" - Made to Flourish Direct link to original source: https://...

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Loving Your Children Means Leading Them to Risk Everything

Safety. Security. Opportunity. We wish all these things for our children, but Jesus is worth more. This is the difficult tension many parents feel when stepping into the obedience of sharing the gospel among the nations and taking their families with them. The best thing we can teach our children is that following Jesus and going to the nations is worth risking everything. So how do we ...

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5 Things Every Influencer Has in Common - And how you can emulate them.

It is one thing to be well known or well liked. It is another to have influence. Sometimes when we think of influence, we think of all the negative connotations and how it can be influence can quickly be distorted into manipulation. However, having a positive influence in the lives of friends, family, and everyone around you is a key to being intentional in the spread of the gospel. Peo...

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Rethinking Work Panel Discussion - TGC13

Watch panelists from The Gospel Coalition Conference in 2013 explore the practical implications of a faithful theology of work. In this video: Tim Keller, Tom Nelson, Dave Kiersznowski, Katherine Leary Alsdorf, Mark Mellinger

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Don’t Go Until You’re Sent

Don't Go? But isn't that the point? My family is supportive. I have found a job. I'm ready to go. Wait...What about the church? Mack Stiles addresses the imperative topic of the church's role when someone is stepping into missions in his article for The Gospel Coalition. Whether you are going as a Market Place Worker or even more traditional routes, Stiles appeals that y...

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Secular Work is Full-Time Service - Mike Andrus

Mike Andrus | September 10, 2006Genesis 1-3Series: The Ministry of the Market PlaceMike Andrus is the Senior Adult Ministries Pastor at First Evangelical Free Church of St. Louis County, where he was previously served as the Senior Pastor. He holds a Pre-Ministerial B.A. from Calvary Bible College, an M.A. in Philosophy from Southern Methodist University, a Th.M., from Dallas Theological Semina...

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The right (and wrong) way to show personality in your cover letter

Cover letters are a pretty status-quo requirement as part of a job application. Unfortunately, it is easy to get lost in that status-quo shuffle of cover letters on a future employer's desk. In this article on The Muse for USA Today College, author, Sara McCord, gives some advice on how your cover letter can stand out the right way. Wait, so there's a wrong way? Yes. McCor...

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