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The Decision to Handle Rejection

The Decision to Handle Rejection

Rev. Manson B. Johnson

The Big Idea: Endurance is the key to achieving challenging goals in life.“Man’s rejection can be God’s direction.  God sometimes uses the rejection of hateful people to move us to a new place or assignment–where we wouldn’t have thought of going on our own.  

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How to Turn Personal Obstacles into Triumphs

How to Turn Personal Obstacles into Triumphs

(StatePoint) Everyone faces setbacks in life.

While those personal obstacles can lead to disappointing outcomes, they can also be harnessed into personal motivators, say experts. 

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Fatherhoodlum – A Story of Prison, Drugs, and One Man’s Commitment to Overcome His Past

Fatherhoodlum – A Story of Prison, Drugs, and One Man’s Commitment to Overcome His Past

Noted author Michael B. Jackson

Noted author Michael B. Jackson has released his first fiction novel...

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UNCW Conference to Explore Lasting Impact of Rosenwald Schools on African American Education

Written by Featured Organization on Friday, 22 April 2011 17:30.

Wilmington, N.C. - While Rosenwald Schools left a legacy of reading, writing and arithmetic for African-American children, their impact can perhaps best be measured by the numbers: 4,977 schools, 217 homes for teachers, and 163 shop buildings constructed in 15 states, all used to educate more than 650,000 students. Add to that a lifetime of hard work and dedication from countless teachers and other supporters and you have a sense of how the Rosenwald initiative improved the education of African American schoolchildren in the Southeastern U.S.

Digital Divide: Civil Rights Groups Set Benchmarks to Correct "Vast Disparities in Access" to Broadband

Written by Featured Organization on Friday, 22 April 2011 17:29.

Cite Internet Access as Imperative to Reducing Unemployment in Minority Communities: Washington, D.C. – A coalition of national civil rights and labor organizations has responded to the Federal Communications Commission's request for commentary on how to improve access to broadband for low-income, minority, and other unserved and underserved communities.

Service Gives a Second Chance

Written by Featured Organization on Thursday, 14 April 2011 20:33.

Charles Evans, a very modest man, with tremendous people skills, was elected to the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners in November of 2010.  His election is another step in a remarkable, unlikely journey.

Dollars for Denise

Written by Featured Organization on Monday, 11 April 2011 15:46.

Denise HaleDollars for Denise Thirteen year old Denise Hale was diagnosed with Leukemia in February 2009. In June of that same year she received a Bone Marrow Transplant at the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The donor was her six year old little sister, Janaya. Denise had to stay in isolation for 3 months at the Chapel Hill hospital,which is 2 hours away from their hometown, Wilmington.
You can donate at www.dollarsfordenise.net via PayPal.

Mercy Ships celebrates National Volunteer Week…California Style

Written by Featured Organization on Monday, 11 April 2011 15:36.

Garden Valley, Texas – National Volunteer Week is extremely important to Mercy Ships, a global medical charity focused on health-related issues. Mercy Ships flagship, the Africa Mercy, is the world’s largest non-governmental hospital ship and is staffed with 450 crew members – who serve as paying volunteers.

NASCAR Hall of Fame Introduces Spring Break From the Ordinary

Written by Featured Organization on Monday, 11 April 2011 15:29.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (April 11, 2011) – Students and their families can make a break for the NASCAR Hall of Fame this Spring Break to get an EXTRAordinary experience at the facility’s newest  event,Spring Break From the Ordinary,Friday, April 16 – Sunday, April 30. In a class by itself, Spring Break From the Ordinary features daily physical challenges and games for students (K-12) to compete to win prizes.