1. Spotlight On Design: Peter Bohlin, FAIA


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    For the architecture firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackskon, the poignancy of nature serves as inspiration for visually rich and emotionally powerful architecture. Founding principal Peter Bohlin, FAIA, recipient of the American Institute of Architects 2010 Gold Medal—the Institution's highest honor—discusses his firm’s work, including residential, civic, and cultural buildings. Spotlight on Design is sponsored by Lafarge, the world leader in building materials, with additional support from the American Institute of Architects.

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    • Tyler McGill visits Maine South High School


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      On December 29, 2012 the Maine South Hawks Swimming Parents Association brought in Olympic Gold winner Tyler McGill to speak to their young swimmers. Tyler spent the day with the group sharing his inspirational story, life lessons, and training techniques. Tyler McGill attended Auburn University, and competed for the Auburn Tigers swimming and diving team under head coach Brett Hawke from 2007 to 2010. During his four years of college swimming, he won NCAA championships in the 400-yard freestyle and the 4x100-yard medley relay, and an SEC championship in the 800-yard freestyle.[1] At the 2009 USA Nationals and World Championship Trials, McGill placed second to Michael Phelps in the 100-meter butterfly with a time of 51.06, earning a place to compete at the 2009 World Aquatics Championships in Rome.[2][3] At the World Championships, McGill placed seventh in the 100-meter butterfly with a time of 51.42.[4][5] He also competed in the 50-meter butterfly and placed 35th in 23.93.[6] McGill swam in the preliminaries of the 4x100-meter medley relay for the U.S. team, which advanced to the final and won the gold medal.[7][8] At the 2011 World Aquatics Championships in Shanghai, McGill won a bronze medal in the 100-meter butterfly, finishing behind Michael Phelps and Konrad Czerniak.[9] On the last day of competition, McGill won a gold medal in the 4×100-meter medley relay for his contributions in the heats. At the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska, the qualifying meet for the U.S. Olympic team, McGill placed second in the 100-meter butterfly event with a time of 51.32 seconds, just behind Michael Phelps and just ahead of Ryan Lochte. At the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, McGill placed sixth the 100-meter butterfly, and earned a gold medal by swimming in the preliminaries for the winning U.S. team in the 4x100-meter medley relay.

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      • 01-20-13 Running for GOLD in 2013 - Part 3


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        This is part 3 in the series "Running for GOLD in 2013" where you, the believer, are challenged in your faithfulness running the race God has marked for you to run. How faithful are you? What kind of "works" are you performing as you "build" on your spiritual life? At the Judgment Seat of Christ will your "works" be consumed or will they withstand the fire? What rewards can you expect to receive from the Savior on that day?

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        • ORO English subtitles


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          • 01-13-13 Running for GOLD in 2013 - Part 2


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            This is part 2 of 4 in a series called, "Running for GOLD in 2013". This message clearly describes the two judgments that will take place in the future - the Great White Throne Judgment of the unbeliever and the Judgment Seat of Christ for the believer and the ramifications of each.

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            • 01-06-13 Running for GOLD in 2013 - Part 1


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              Scripture tells us in Proverbs 5:11-14 that the travesty of a wasted life is the overwhelming regret over the realization that life is over and the wasted years cannot be redeemed. On the opposite side of the spectrum is the Apostle Paul whose life's buring drive was to forget what was behind and press on and do all he could to win the race God had given him to run. This is the first message of four in a series titled, "Running for GOLD in 2013". How's your "race running" coming these days? Is the GOLD medal within reach? Are you even in the race or are you wasting the years God has given to you to seve Him, to live for Him, and to influence others for Christ?

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              • My Gold Medal


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                Olympic Faith Series #1

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                • Philippians - Week 11 - Gold Medal Living


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                  Lead Pastor Rick Duncan brings us the next to the last message in this summer sermon series. Rick shares from Philippians 4:1-9 that we want to learn the qualities needed for us to be the “gold medal” for our spiritual leaders – our pastors, parents, community group leaders, and friends.

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                  • Billy Mills: American Hero


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                    Billy Mills is an American hero. The Native American surprised the world by winning the Gold Medal in the 10k run at the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo. Listen to his inspiring story...

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