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July 27, 2015 / compassioninpolitics

The Cut-Flower Generation–Cutting Off the Core of Our Values, History, and Roots

“The attempt made in recent decades by secularist thinkers to disengage the moral principles of western civilization from their scripturally based religious context, in the assurance that they could live a life of their own as “humanistic” ethics, has resulted in our “cut flower culture.” Cut flowers retain their original beauty and fragrance, but only so long as they retain the vitality that they have drawn from their now-severed roots; after that is exhausted, they wither and die. So with freedom, brotherhood, justice, and personal dignity — the values that form the moral foundation of our civilization. Without the life-giving power of the faith out of which they have sprung, they possess neither meaning nor vitality.”

Will Herberg, Judiasm and Modern Man

July 25, 2015 / compassioninpolitics

Christian Values Public Policy Whitepapers

Insights and Research on Christian Family Values in Public Policy

Reasons for Marriage from Focus on the Family

Values of Religion from Heritage Foundation\

Cultural Impact of Christianity by In Plain Site

July 25, 2015 / compassioninpolitics

What are the best Christian music songs about grace and forgiveness

July 25, 2015 / compassioninpolitics

What are the ethics of persuasion from the pulpit?

Do preachers have an ethics to the persuasive methods they use?

Google for Ethics of Persuasive Preaching (link)

Google for Ethics of Preaching (link)

Also, Are there practical considerations here in terms of psychology?

July 25, 2015 / compassioninpolitics

What does it mean to be human?

I would say there are 5 key components:

1. Relational being (friendship, family, love)
2. Curious being (seeks the unknown + information)
3. Emotional & reasoning being
4. Creating being (building, creating, writing, etc.. being)
5. Seeks higher meaning (see Maslow in terms of self-actualization)

July 24, 2015 / compassioninpolitics

Negotiation Strategies for Women: Margaret Neale of Stanford GSB

1) Frame in terms of community
2) Frame in terms of competing
3) Negotiate for your family (aka your stakeholders)
4) Give reasons. Leverage standards and benchmarks.

July 24, 2015 / compassioninpolitics

Building a Business on Elance–a Calendar

Week 1 & 2: Early Preparation:
• Customer Interviews
• Customer/Industry Research
• Interviews with current businesses

Week 3: Hiring
• Decide Who You Will Need to Hire (function/type)
• Write Descriptions
• Research providers (Elance, etc..)

Week 4: Interviews/Hiring
• Hire
• Orientation/Education/Onboarding
• Outline goals, projects, and milestones

x in 20 days, 30 days, 40 days

Checklist of people to Hire.


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