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This is so funny! A guy comes running with all his might in order to execute a sport jump but things didn’t go as he would have wanted to and ends up on his back. Bet you! He would never think of doing so again.
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It is commonly taken that if there is a fire pour water in it. We never think what can happen, a fireman demonstrates what actually happens if we pour water into fire.
Tip 1: Never Think “Church,” Is A Building.
Warning: the actual church is the congregation, (people of God) and going to church has given many people the false idea that their spiritual lives consist of a weekly service. Leaving the rest of the week to live for themselves.
Tip 2: Avoid Churches That Only Do “Topical Study,” Look For A Chapter By Chapter, Verse By Verse Method Of Study.
Tip 3: Be Sure To Find A Church That Equips Every Believer To Make Disciples.
Bonus tip: the great commission (the mission of the church), is to make disciples. Find the church that is serious about its mission rather than doing other things instead.
Tip 4: Don't Get Distracted By The Many Good Causes, The Churches Aligned Themselves.
Social justice, feeding the homeless, etc. Find a church that has the single focus on fulfilling the great commission.
Tip 5: Look For The Gospel, Clearly And Articulately Delivered.
Note: the definition of the gospel is in 1 Cor. 15:1-4 Yet, after 40 years of church experience, I find very few pastors or layman who can clearly and accurately articulate this life-changing message.
Tip 6: Train For The Work Of The Ministry.
Tip 7: Look Outside Of The Normal.
*If you have any church experience, did it prepare you to make disciples?
The most startling thing to realize is the words of Christ to our modern “normal,” church.
Yea, though I stand at the door knock…
He is outside knocking….
In sum finding the church is simple when you apply these seven tips. So, let me leave you with one last tip…
Look for a church that will challenge you. You know the saying “no pain–no gain.” You need to be challenged so you can grow.
We love to do what that cute little girl just did with the newly born, but we never think the situation from the baby's perspective. See this, laugh, but consider the other side of the story too.
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Orem Chiropractor How Good Posture Goes Bad
Orem Chiropractor - R. Ned McArthur, D.C.
Hi this is Dr Ned McArthur
Today I'm going to answer the question:
How did my posture go bad in the first place?
Posture is an unconscious function like breathing
or digestion. We never think, "its time to breathe."
Our brain stem has control over it and does it without us having to
think about it.
The same is true for our posture. Our brain stem has control over it
and keeps it aligned without us having to think about it.
When it comes to our posture there are two systems in our brain stem that have the job
to keep our keep our head up, level and over our shoulder without us having to think about it.
These are the ponto medullary reticular formation and the vestibular system.
When we stare at our computer screen like this guy or when we're head down looking
at our phone screen we're over riding these unconscious systems that work to keep
our posture correct.
So when we practice poor posture often enough and long enough we dampen these systems so much that they lose the ability to return our posture to where it should be.
Before you know it you're always slouched, head forward and shoulders rolled in.
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) St. Louis, MO – November 1, 2011 – Whether it’s providing a band-aid for a scraped knee or equipping their cars with safety seats, parents are the first line of defense for their children at home. Energizer and the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) are asking Moms and Dads to take a vital step to keep their kids safe at home – Change Your Clock Change Your Battery®.
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“As parents we’ve got a lot on our minds-- jobs, busy schedules, filling hungry tummies so it’s easy to let home fire safety slip from our radars,” says Melissa Gerstein, host of NBC’s Moms And The City. “You never think a fire will strike your home, but it certainly could and it’s important to take as many proactive steps as we can to protect our families. From one parent to another, we need to remind each other to be sure our smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors are in working order and that our kids know what to do in case of a fire. Using that extra hour when we change our clocks is the perfect time to do it.”
Daylight saving time ends on Sunday, Nov. 6. As families change their clocks, it’s a good time also for families to review their home fire safety plans, starting with changing the batteries in their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Energizer and the International Association of Fire Chiefs are asking families across the country to join them in this year’s Change Your Clock Change Your Battery® campaign. The message is simple, and the habit can be lifesaving. Thirty-eight percent of fatal fire injuries occur in homes without working smoke alarms, while 24 percent occur in homes in which at least one smoke alarm is present but fails to operate.*
Firefighters work tirelessly to help reduce the risk factors by educating their residents on the importance of having a working smoke alarm. In many communities, fire departments are able to distribute free batteries to citizens in need as a result of the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery® program. Over the past 23 years, Energizer has donated more than four million batteries to local fire departments. The Change Your Clock Change Your Battery® program just one of the ways Energizer brings to life the company commitment to making a positive impact in communities across the country. For more information, please visit nowthatspositivenergy****.
“Each year, thousands of lives are forever changed due to the devastating effects of a home fire,” said Chief Al H. Gillespie, president and chairman of the board of the International Association of Fire Chiefs. “A working smoke alarm is an important defense for surviving a home fire. That’s why public information and education efforts being undertaken by fire departments with the support of Energizer is a vital component to keeping communities across the nation safe and sound.
Families are encouraged to use the extra hour “gained” to remind their friends, family and neighbors of the life-saving habit of changing and testing smoke alarm batteries, and to help those who may need assistance.
“For 23 years, Energizer, the IAFC and more than 6,200 fire departments have partnered to educate communities on the importance of home fire safety and having working smoke alarms,” said Michelle Atkinson, Vice President of Marketing for Energizer North America. “By having parents and families actively pledge to change the batteries in their smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors, we are hoping they will share the information with their network of friends and hopefully help other families do this simple and life-saving task- now that’s positivenergy™”
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About The International Association of Fire Chiefs
The IAFC, www.iafc****,represents the leadership of firefighters and emergency responders worldwide. IAFC members are the world's leading experts in firefighting, emergency medical services, terrorism response, hazardous materials spills, natural disasters, search and rescue, and public safety legislation. Since 1873, the IAFC has provided a forum for education, the exchange ideas, and the promotion of community and firefighter safety.
*Statistics provided by the National Fire Prevention Association