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Highways have been a way of life for man for millennia. Paul was struck down on the road to Damascus and even today when you visit Rome you can still walk on one of the roads that the apostles walked on. It’s called The Appian Way and was built by the Romans
And that's what we're going to talk about today, one very special road, that I called Route 777.
Now there are all kinds of roads in the world today. Some are very good roads, some are very bad roads and some are even dangerous roads, because some people on our highways that have more horsepower than horse sense. Today that Appian Way built by the Romans and traveled upon by Peter and Paul is still in better condition than some modern roads only built a decade or two ago. And that’s because The Romans laid a deep foundation, now there’s a lesson for us.
Now there are many historic roads in the world today. Where I live near Pittsburgh we have Route 30 also known as The Lincoln Highway built by General Braddock to connect the east coast with Fort Pitt at the point of the Three Rivers in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. And Terri and I love to travel the Route 5 along Lake Erie also known as the Great Lakes Seaway Trial.
And there’s one very short but important road, called The Via Dolarosa, or the way of sorrows that our Lord took as He went from the judgment hall to Cavalry. And that’s what inspired young Lindsay who led us in worship at Sozos last week. So remember to check out the pictures of us raising our white flags and lifting up the crosses with Lindsay.
But the road we'll look at today is the Holy Highway. The straight and narrow, the old S & N.
And stay tuned as we learn three eternal truths from Jesus contained in these two verses: There is a decision to face, a direction to follow and a destiny to find.
PODCAST #2: Amazon Web Services and Appian Accredited with Authority to Operate by Department of Ed.
Following is the second episode of a podcast regarding Amazon Web Services and Appian recently announced that they have received an Authority to Operate (ATO) from the U.S. Department of Education for the Department’s Appian Anywhere application, hosted by Amazon Web Services. Following is an exclusive podcast with Terry Wise, Director of Business Development for Amazon Web Services; Samir Gulati, VP of Marketing, Appian Corporation; and Myles Weber, VP of Product Services, Appian Corporation, on this exciting news.
Following is the first episode Amazon Web Services and Appian recently announced that they have received an Authority to Operate (ATO) from the U.S. Department of Education for the Department’s Appian Anywhere application, hosted by Amazon Web Services. Following is an exclusive podcast with Terry Wise, Director of Business Development for Amazon Web Services; Samir Gulati, VP of Marketing, Appian Corporation; and Myles Weber, VP of Product Services, Appian Corporation, on this exciting news.
An interview with Samir Gulati of Appian by Jeff Majka of Strategic Communications Group
CollabraLink Technologies, a leading Federal technology consultancy, and Appian, the global innovator in enterprise and on-demand business process management (BPM) technology, recently announced the availability of the Wounded Warrior application. Wounded Warrior speeds the processes for on-boarding, diagnosis and rehabilitation of injured U.S. soldiers at military Warrior Transition Units (WTU). The application has been piloted at 7 WTUs, and will ultimately be rolled out to the 38 WTUs around the country.
Today we are speaking with Rahul Pandhi, Executive Vice President of CollabraLink and Malcolm Ross, Director Product Management, Appian about the Wounded Warrior application.
The latest project for writer/director Michael Lander is the reimagining of the Mario Bava’s cult classic Rabid Dogs. Peacock, which Lander directed and co-wrote with fellow “Black List” writer Ryan Roy was produced by acclaimed Barry Mendel. A stellar cast was assembled for the film consisting of Cillian Murphy, Ellen Page and Susan Sarandon. Lander and Roy also caught the attention of Warner Bros. and Leonardo DiCaprio’s production company, Appian Way, for their feature Kite, a kinetic thriller about the prison industrial complex. Previously, Lander penned a feature-length script from his first short film, the award-winning Solid Waste. This project landed him a coveted spot in the prestigious Fox Searchlight young-director incubator.
In addition, he has garnered extensive background as a production manager and coordinator by working with the likes of Joe Pytka, RSA-USA, and DNA. You can email your questions to 123FilmEasy@Gmail.com and we'll answer them "LIVE ON AIR." Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on "Twitter" at https://twitter.com/123Film.
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