Church Teaches Flock How to Find Good Jobs
By Brett Johnson
A North Richland Hills church is helping its members through the tough economic times by offering classes on finding a good-paying, career-oriented job.
The “Empowering Job Seekers” classes are held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of the month at Richland Hills Church of Christ.
Church member Joel Schrimsher said the classes helped him adjust to life outside the military. He said he quickly discovered he was not well suited for the corporate life.
“I spoke military,” he said. “The great thing is, they taught me how to speak civilian” and how to write a professional resume.
For the whole story, read here.
Local folks, instead of spending so much time and energy tearing people down, why don’t you contribute something positive to the two-state area?
Thanks to Randy for pointing out graceconversation.com. This is a conversation that will be held between several different men from the churches of Christ – dealing with different issues, it seems. Here is what Jay Guin has to say about it.
The conversation will begin with a statement of agreed principles. Phil and Greg will then take up the question of when does a Christian lose his soul — the apostasy question. Closely related, of course, is the question of fellowship.
You can read more about the plans for the site and about the participants here.
Also, when I was reading about this new conversation, I was referenced to another website, In Search of the Lord’s Way. I haven’t had time to really look through the site, but it seems to be a website for a church of Christ TV broadcast (sound familiar?) where the hosts spend most of their time talking about what they believe, rather than why everyone else is wrong (doesn’t sound familiar).
I don’t think they sneak video cameras into other churches in an attempt to trap other Christians (although they probably also don’t think anyone is a Christian outside churches with the name “church of Christ” on the sign – would need to watch a few videos to see).
While I disagree with some of their theology, I am totally in favor of their methodology. Seems much more Christ-like than what we get around these parts.
Anyway, might be worth a gander.
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Church of Christ to construct/rehabilitate boreholes nationwide
(Ghana) The Church of Christ Rural Water Development Project (CoCRWDP), would drill 70 wells in guinea-worm endemic areas throughout the country this year.
Mr Nathaniel Nii Sasah Adams, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of CoCRWDP, who disclosed this in an interview with the Ghana News Agency at Ashaiman on Friday when he threw light on the objectives of the project, said the same number of broken down boreholes would be rehabilitated.
He indicated that the vision of the project was to provide water for needy communities nationwide, especially those in deprived areas and to ensure quality human development.
For the full story of what the church of Christ is capable of when they are really seeking to be salt and light in their communities, read this article.
…wait a minute… they are actually meeting a need in the community, not trying to ambush people with video cameras? Church of Christ folks in the WGSR viewing area… be like this!
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