1. Father Forgive Them

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    In this talk Dr. Skelton begins a sermon series on the seven last words of Christ.

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    • Ambassadors

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      Sermon at the Grace Youth Gathering on February 26th, 2012 by Youth Pastor Jake Kircher. Video clip by Dan Stevers: http://www.danstevers.com/

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      • Troens Bevis Bibel- og Misjonsinstitutt promo 2012-2013

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        www.tbbmi.no

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        • Heart 2 Heart- Facing Your Giants and Conquering Your Goliath

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          Heart 2 Heart is a half hour program of Hope, Help and Healing.. From God's Heart through my heart, to yours. Today's focus is Facing Your Giants and Conquering Your Goliath. We all have something so hard and tough in our lives.. that we avoid it like the plague. But this is the very door to the rest of our future. It is our assignment, our test and the key to unlocking and unleashing our true calling and destiny. It is my prayer that this program would be a unique encouragement and tool in helping you see .. and face your Goliath today!

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          • Rich Boone - Road Map to Becoming a Graduate Student

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            This webinar provides tips on how to identify good prospective graduate programs; how to determine whether a particular program, university, and advisor are a good match for you; and strategies for navigating through graduate school and getting the most out of it. Links shared during the webinar: http://www.igert.org, http://www.apecs.is/graduate-programmes About the Presenter: Rich Boone - Professor of Ecosystem Ecology, Institute of Arctic Biology & Department of Biology and Wildlife University of Alaska Fairbanks - Dean of Graduate Studies for the University of the Arctic (UArctic) During 2011-2012 Boone is serving as a Program Director in the Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) program at the U.S. National Science Foundation. Rich Boone acquired early training in ecology as a student and later a research assistant at The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts. He received his A.B. in Biology from Oberlin College, M.S. in Forest Ecology from Oregon State University, and Ph.D. in Forest Soils from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His research interests include nitrogen cycling, soil respiration, soil organic matter dynamics, global change biology, and science education. For over 15 years Boone has taught courses in Ecology, Global Change Biology, and Research Design. He has served on numerous advisory panels including NSF Ecosystems Studies, NSF GK-12, NSF Geosciences, NASA Carbon Program, NSF Collaborative Research at Undergraduate Institutions, and USDA Forest/Range/Crop/Aquatic Ecosystems. He has served as an Alaska Representative to the American Association for the Advancement of Science, past Secretary of the Soil Ecology Section of the Ecological Society of America, and past President of the Alaska Chapter of the American Society for Microbiology. Boone served on the editorial board of the journal Soil Biology & Biochemistry from 2003 to 2010. In addition to serving as UArctic Graduate Dean, he represents UAF on the UArctic Council for the University of the Arctic (UArctic) and is a member of the Core Curriculum Revision Team for the UArctic Bachelor’s of Circumpolar Studies program. Boone was appointed as an Aldo Leopold Leadership Fellow in 2001 and a National Academies Education Fellow in the Life Sciences in 2007. Boone received UAF’S highest teaching honor, the Emil Usibelli Distinguished Teaching Award, in 2010. Recorded on 22 February 2012. This video is part of an online lecture series coordinated by APECS, US NSF ARCSS Thermokarst Project, and Bredbåndsfylket to help early career polar researchers navigate their careers. For more information on the full series, visit http://apecs.is/webinars.

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            • Mathieu Ardyna and Maxime Geoffroy - Making Science Animations

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              The current need for informative communication products (i.e. visualization technologies such as “flying” explorations of geographic and geo-referenced data, zooms and rotations of three-dimensional data, animated and sequential displays of X-Y) is to establish and reinforce links between science and the public to raise the general consciousness. The webinar will give some tips about the creation of an animation, based on the experience of four graduate students who built science animations to communicate their own research findings. About the Presenters: Mathieu Ardyna - PhD student, Laval University and the International Takuvik Laboratory - Mathieu specializes in phytoplankton ecology and productivity in the Arctic Ocean. Mathieu obtained a Master’s Degree from UQAR-ISMER (Canada) in 2011. His Masters research focused on the understanding of the role of environmental factors on Arctic phytoplankton productivity and communities. Mathieu has since been interested in establishing concepts of biogeography in the Arctic Ocean which are particularly primordial to understand and potentially predict how the Arctic ecosystem could be altered by multiple environmental changes. Maxime Geoffroy - Research Assistant, Laval University, Quebec, Canada - Maxime's research interests are the applications of bioacoustic methods to study the Arctic marine ecosystems. He holds a Master’s Degree in marine biology from Laval University on the distribution of arctic cod based on hydroacoustics detection. He did his undergraduate studies in mechanical engineering at University of Ottawa. Recorded on 15 February 2012. This video is part of an online lecture series coordinated by APECS, US NSF ARCSS Thermokarst Project, and Bredbåndsfylket to help early career polar researchers navigate their careers. For more information on the full series, visit http://apecs.is/webinars.

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              • The Tibe: Connection Pt. 1

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                Cal Carpenter, Lead Pastor

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                • Amanda Marston Teaching Example

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                  2nd grade math class at P.S.396 in the Bronx, Fall 2011

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                  • Every Man has an Adventure to Live

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                    Continuing our Man/Woman Series Bob Ellery brings us this thought provoking message to the man of God.

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                    • Sermon 2012.02.26 "A Greater Priest"

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                      Bridgeway Christian Church, Rocklin CA Presented by Senior Pastor Lance Hahn Our Faithful High Priest Series - Part 7 Hebrews 7:1-10 Melchizedek and Abraham tell a story Feb 25/26, 2012 bridgewaychristian.org/

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