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The birthright had been stolen...Jacob flees for his life... On his way to Bethel he dreams of a ladder illustrating God's call to each of us to move up higher in our Christian experience (Genesis 28).
The ladder represents Christ as our only link to a constant communication with Heaven. Our first step towards Heaven is an act of faith. The driving force of true faith is a love for God. This love is active, molding the heart and life in such a way that there is a desire for upward movement, but what happens when the foot slips?
Listen to this broadcast as we discuss the life of a Progressive Christian.
Psalms 94: 17-19 "Unless the LORD had been my help, my soul had almost dwelt in silence. When I said , My foot slippeth ; thy mercy, O LORD, held me up . In the multitude of my thoughts within me thy comforts delight my soul."
Andres Rivera talks about Ladder 1 and the efforts of people in the South End to keep it open.
in The Bible
Author and teacher Randall K. Harp delivers verse-by-verse study and commentary on the Word of God. In this continuing journey through the book of Genesis, Randall contemplates the significance of the Yaakov's (Jacob's) dream on his way to Padan-Aram.
Government workers serve our country in ways the private sector would never consider doing even for pay. Veterans served as government workers and their jobs put their lives on the line every day. Time was, when veterans returned home, they were welcomed back to the jobs they left. Today, not only is the jobs they left not there for returning soldiers, not enough companies are hiring our veterans. America corporations (10% of which are foreign owned) are about profit not civic duty, not patriotism. For some companies, the very same veterans who seek employment have been resourceful in the company profits made from the wars since Sept 11, 2001. Contractors and subcontractors should be required by law to hire our veterans. America owes the veterans and their families a better life. We keep hearing America is better than this, I want to see better, not hear we are better. Instead of having veterans beg for jobs from private industry, our government need to be proactive and include government jobs into the career ladder for every veteran who wants it. Government jobs can be the bridge to develop careers of veterans.
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Chris walker asks a blunt question on this episode of The "W" Attitude: How hard is it to be a college basketball coach?
Penn State associate coach Keith Urgo, Creighton assistant Pat Sellers and Villanova assistant Kyle Neptune coaches join the panel to discuss the pressure and obstacles that they have encountered or conquered in their quest to be a Head coach.
The panel discuss whether winning at major programs, search firms or race play a factor in the hiring process.