1. Worship Service - July 7, 2013


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    Heartland Church 11:05 AM Worship Service for Sunday, July 7, 2013. Full service with worship and sermon. Speaker: Todd Zimmerman, Executive/Teaching Pastor. Message: Running with the Giants, Message 5 - "Abraham".

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    • Drew Brees Commencement Speech at Loyola University New Orleans - 2010


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      NFL Quarterback Drew Brees speaks at the Loyola University New Orleans 2010 Graduation

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      • "Appaulled": a Finely Tuned Podcast! (Ep.1 Steve Gordon)


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        On my recent visit to Los Angeles, I did was a guest speaker at the Launch Pad class at the UCLA Annex; a great class, run by my mentor and good friend—renowned creative director Matt "Pash" Pashkow. Little did I know that an enterprising young creative by the name of Paul Mendoza would be all set up to record audio. And furthermore, turn it into an amazing podcast! We had a fun, candid and informative chat. Enjoy.

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        • God is Speaking | ARE WE LISTENING? | Pastor Rick | 2014 08 24


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          Every Praise Hezekiah Walker, John David Bratton © Li’l Eva Music, Luv Ki Publishing, Davo Pavo Music Let Praise Awaken Andy Harrison, Joth Hunt © 2011 Planetshakers Ministries Int. Inc. Unto God Joth Hunt © 2013 Planetshakers Ministry Int’l/ARPA Let Praises Rise A’Leithia Sweeting © 2012 ORU Worship Center CCLI #619720

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          • Early Worship Service (01-20-13)


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            Early Worship Service First Baptist Church, Mountain View, MO January 20, 2013 Matt Cobb, leading worship John Noble, preaching Theme: A Faith to Live and Die For (Genesis 4:1-10)

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            • "Talk With Me"


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              Hawaii Leader Build Academy Presents the 5th Module Training "Talk With Me" Are you one of those "social network" people who communicate only through email, facebook, or text? If you are and you WANT TO BREAKTHROUGH and learn how to communicate effectively. Then this training is definitely for you. Our trainer, Mislyn Alensonorin will teach you how to use today's technology but also be able to talk to the person either by phone or in person. NOTE: Audio might be soft or other audio distractions that over power our guest speaker's voice or anyone's voice in some areas so watch out for that. Running Time: 78 miniutes Guest Speaker: Mislyn Alensonorin

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              • Assessing Speaking: Putting the Pieces Together


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                Download handouts and view more info at https://larc.sdsu.edu/archived-events/ What’s it About? - This webinar is about assessing second language speaking. At the start of the webinar I’ll talk a little bit about why we assess speaking – because it hasn’t always been the case – and cover some history of assessing speaking in the United States. Even though I’m from the other side of the pond, I’ve dug around quite a bit in developments in the US. We’ll quickly move on to talk about what we assess, particularly looking at “constructs” and “skills”. Clearly we can’t assess everything in one assessment or test, so we have to select what is most important for our students. Next we’ll look at how we can elicit the evidence we need to make judgments about the quality of learner talk, and this will involve looking at task types that we can use, and there are a small number of samples on a hand-out that we can discuss. When learners talk during a task, we have to be able to summarize the quality of the speech. To do that, we need to be able to “rate” or “score” the performance, using rubrics or rating scales – depending which side of the Atlantic you’re on! So we’ll look at different ways of doing that, and you’ll have the opportunity to evaluate and vote on the kind of rubrics you prefer. We’ll finish up by looking at the processes involved in designing assessment systems, and putting them into practice. Who’s it For? - There is no assumption of prior knowledge of assessing speaking, although classroom experience would make the webinar much more useful! Nor is it aimed at people who design large-scale summative tests, as the ideas are as relevant to local formative assessment practices as well as summative assessment. At some points we’ll also be questioning some current practice that we find in standardized testing that just isn’t relevant to classroom learning. So it’s definitely for teachers, although people who work for assessment agencies would also find the overview interesting. It’s also for students studying for MA or PhD degrees, and I will be mentioning research that informs practice; but clearly, in just one hour it is impossible to get into research in detail. What do I Need to Do in Advance? There are three hand-outs to accompany this webinar, and there’s a lot of information in them (download below). I’ll be referring to these hand-outs during the webinar, but you don’t want to be reading them when you can be sharing ideas with others or following the talk. So please download these before the webinar, read them at your leisure, and have them to hand for reference during the webinar. And if you want to know a little bit about me – then visit my website at http://languagetesting.info.

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                • Worship Service - July 14, 2013


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                  Heartland Church 11:05 AM Worship Service for Sunday, July 14, 2013. Full service with music, worship and sermon. Speaker: Angel Zimmerman. Message: Running with the Giants - Message 6 "Esther".

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                  • Promise Presence


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                    Elevation Church in Charlotte, NC Steven Furtick Israel Houghton Scripture Reading and Worship

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