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Jesus the sone of God, is the go between for man to get to God. Jesus and God are one yet God sent his son to suffer, hang, bleed, and die for man. Therefore he made Jesus a mediator so man can come to him and have prayers answered. God loves his son and when the son ask for something God gives it to him. When he goes to the father for man God answers because his son came to ask.
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WE WILL GO OVER THE TRUE MEANING OF THE MEDIATOR (NOT ONLY OF NEW COVENANT).
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Please join us for a continued exploration of sado-masochistoc relational dynamics and accomplice recruiting, which can devleop a helpful understanding in professiobal conflict resolution work.
The Couples Therapist, Susan Lager and the Texas Conflict Coach®, Pattie Porter, discuss ways they each observe and deal with people who have difficulty managing differences about their respective truths regarding any situation. Because "reality" is so subjective, what happened, what was said, what may have been decided may look very different to each person in a situation, often resulting in an emotional standoff. Tune in to learn about indicators of this problem, and to get some vital tools to move through these separate realities more respectfully in your marriage, at work, with your family or friends.
Susan Lager is a psychotherapist, author, and relationship coach based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. She is the founder and principal of Couplespeak™, providing coaching services, and The Couples Center PLLC, which provides psychotherapy services to individuals and couples who want help with relationship problems and would like to achieve more fulfillment in life. Susan is noted for being a "tell it like it is" clinician who gets significant results for her clients.
This question seems a little offensive to some, because they think they know who Jesus Is. I believe that there is so much that we don’t know about Jesus and what we have known we have forgotten and replaced with other things or for a better way of saying it, we have taken what we know for granted.
· We pray for revival, yet we study very little about the revival giver.
· We pray for healing, yet we study very little about the healer.
· We pray for blessing, yet we study very little about the provider.
· If we want what God wants to give us then we have to know who Jesus Is.
1 Tim 2:5 For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus;
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Got Conflict? If you have a conflict with someone, and are not sure how to handle it, then let us know. Here is your opportunity to ask your question with Conflict Management experts who are mediators, conflict coaches and facilitators on how to think about, analyze or resolve your situation.
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Better known as "Professor Pooch" by his friends, students, clients, and 1,000s of others in the Music Industry, David J. Spangenberg has been a Music & Music Business Consultant, Advisor, Educator, Author, Mediator and Music Legal & Contract Specialist for over 30 years, guiding the careers of many past, present and future Singers, Songwriters, Musicians, and Producers, on the Creative side, and as a Consultant to many Managers, Music Publishers, Production Companies, Indie Record Companies and Attorneys on the Business and Contractual side. Starting in the early '80's, many frustrated creative and business oriented individuals and companies started coming to him asking for help regarding their careers. David realized how much he really enjoyed helping people "Get In, Survive, and Succeed - Without Getting Ripped Off", and he found himself guiding many people's careers for many years. In 1991 he was asked to develop and teach the "Artist Management", "Songwriting/Music Publishing", and "Entertainment Law" Courses at the "Art Institute of Philadelphia" in the various Music Business Departments. David's courses and his book "The Music Biz" [required reading for over 2,500 students], are now commercially available by Downloads, and are always kept up-to-date, keeping up with the constant changes and happenings in the Music Industry. "The Professor", who creates and records Music Business Radio Shows, Podcasts ["PoochCast™"], blogs [100+], and has appeared in or on many radio, video and print interviews and lectures, is also becoming involved more and more with Visual educational-related Multimedia Projects, including lecturing and guiding people on the Video & Film end, especially as it relates to Music. In the last few years David has also Acted in many Indie Films & Web-series releases. For information, visit professorpooch.com.
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Bill Stierle is called upon to mediate high profile and sensitive disputes in the areas of business, personal conflicts, entertainment and government.
Since 2000, Bill has brought his unique blend of determination and creativity to ending bitterly fought lawsuits. His demeanor, empathy and interpersonal skills enable him to be a great communicator. He has the rare intellectual ability to synthesize complex issues and distill them in a form easily understood by the participants.
Known for his exceptional understanding of interpersonal dynamics and the ability to grasp the most complex issues he has been continually sought after to resolve the most difficult matters in the area of business disputes, medical malpractice, class action, personal injury and family law cases. Bill has the ability to reduce the emotional load in the dispute and allowing him to identify the most effective and timely means to achieve settlement.
As a master of the process and settlement, he has a unique talent for blending his understanding of the parties’ needs with his extensive knowledge and experience regarding the way people think, behave and the understanding of each participants beliefs that may be preventing resolution. His determination mixed with ease under pressure makes him the ideal mediator to resolve even your most contentious disputes.
PEE PROOF PAINT, GJ HIRES MEDIATOR FOR ANOTHER EMPLOYEE LEAVING, FED SUIT ON WATER PLAN
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Compassionate rebels are the new real-life superheroes without the capes and the celebrity, with the super powers of compassion and courage and determination that can change the world in so many different ways that offer cause for hope in these troubled times. Their powerful stories, being told publicly for the first time, will encourage you to find and unleash the compassionate rebel that resides in all of us, guides us through tough times, helps us find solutions to our most pressing problems, and makes us all potential agents of social change.
Burt Berlowe is an author, journalist, educator and social change activist. He has been writing and publishing people’s stories for more than four decades.
His current book: The Compassionate Rebel Revolution: Ordinary People Changing the World has been honored as a finalist for a Midwest Book Award and the international Reader’s Favorite award. It follows its predecessor The Compassionate Rebel: Energized by Anger, Motivated by Love, co-authored by Berlowe, and honored as a finalist for the nationally-prestigious Nautilus Award, presented during Book Expo America in Los Angeles.
In all of his work, Berlowe’s ultimate objective is to use storytelling as a way to transform our culture. “I believe that everyone has a compassionate rebel story waiting to be told,” he says. “I want to help people find and share that story and turn it into action that will positively change our society now and for years to come.”
Tracy Culbreath King has a passion for conflict resolution that began after pursuing her Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Central Florida in Interpersonal Organizational Communication. Tracy is an Alternative Dispute Resolution Coordinator at the Maryland Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office (MACRO).
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CONFLICT…either you hate it and avoid it at all costs, or you thrive on it by pushing to get your point across to the detriment of others. How we recognize potential conflict or respond to ongoing conflict is a choice. It is a learned skill that challenges your thinking, taps into your emotions, and requires you to make strategic behavioral choices. These choices help build courage, confidence and competence to handle difficult, tension-filled situations.
What is conflict avoidance, and how can it create unintended damage to relationships and escalate situations? More often than not, it is used as a default defense mechanism which often leads to a much bigger problem. You will learn behavioral cues and underlying motivating factors that drive us to react in damaging ways. More importantly, you can make different choices and learn strategies to help you take courageous steps to address conflict confidently.
Patricia Porter is Founder and President of Conflict Connections® Inc. and is known as the Texas Conflict Coach®. Patricia is a subject-matter expert in the field of conflict resolution since 1994. Her experience includes working as a senior mediator, team facilitator, senior trainer, and conflict management and abrasive leader coach. Her primary emphasis is in supporting employees, teams and senior leadership in organizations to work through conflict and change productively. She is the author of Stop the Dreaded Drama: 55 tips for Ending Destructive Conflict.
Stephen Kotev is a Washington D.C. based conflict resolution consultant offering mediation, negotiation and facilitation services, conflict coaching, training and somatic education to private and government clients. Helping people resolve problems and improve their performance is his passion and profession.