Teaching Christian religious education: a review

In ten chapters or one hundred and eleven pages, the author presents a compendium of teaching methodology for Christian religious education. The purpose of the study, the myriad misconceptions of students, the etymology of the word ‘methodology’, the definition and rationale for religious education, types of research methods, and suggestions for taking notes are discussed […]

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Sewing Tips – Can I mix and match sewing pattern pieces?

When you sew, many times you want to change the design and have a different collar or sleeve on your garment. Most of the time, you’ll find another sewing pattern that has all the features you’re looking for and start the adjustment, trial, and error process all over again. You don’t have to do that. […]

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Executive Chef Justin Stadler Gives Chicago’s Lincoln Park a Much-Needed “Draw”

Led by Executive Chef Justin Stadler, known in Chicago for The Southern, White Oak Tavern and Regards To Edith, Lincoln Park’s much-needed oasis, ‘Drawl Southern Cookhouse And Whiskey Room,’ located at 2423 N Clark Street, on the corner from Fullerton, can be described as “new American chic with a southern accent”. Making the most of […]

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The Ivy League – 5 tips to get accepted

1) Extracurricular Activities: The Ivy League often looks for students who not only have strong academic strengths, but also students they consider to be “well-rounded”—that is, socially capable, committed to their school, and high achievers. They measure this through two measures, the student’s essay and extracurricular activities, which may include community service, sports, clubs, science […]

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The happiest jobs for baby boomers looking to change careers

Are you singing “I can’t get no satisfaction” when it comes to your job? Do you find yourself daydreaming about a career change? Do you feel bored, dissatisfied or exhausted? Do you have the sadness of professional exhaustion? Or have you recently lost your job or retired and want to continue working but long to […]

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Mr. Mafioso does emotional intelligence

I love Mr. Mafioso on AskMen. “Look, college boy,” he writes, “there are certain lessons all the books in the world couldn’t teach you.” Strike a chord with me. I came out of college a college girl. It was a university in rural Minnesota, very academic, very intellectual. How academic? How intellectual? More students pass […]

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