CSS Ministry Training Program 2014‏

  Special Early Registration Discount   Offer ends January 31st, 2014 Note: Limited Number of Discounts available!      **Completed Registration form and $500 registration deposit qualifies you for $500 off the two-year tuition of $5500. The Next Class Begins May 1st, 2014       Our Ministry Training Program is now entering its 6th year of training and has been a wonderful success with over 125 graduated … [Read more...]

TREE DRESSING DAY – Dec 7/8

Tree Dressing Day - Do you really appreciate trees?   They've been around since the beginning of time and can be found all around us.   Trees provide us with beauty and life: they are the subject of many causes and debates; and descriptions of their lush greenery is often raved about in fiction books. The story goes that in the Himalayas the Maharaja of Jodhpur ordered men to cut down trees that could be used to build his palace. But, a woman who might have been described as an early … [Read more...]

Holiday Traditions that go back generations

Some families have holiday traditions that go back generations. Other families don’t really have any traditions at all. Regardless of which camp you fall into, why not create a few new holiday traditions this Christmas season? Traditions give everyone something special to look forward to year after year. If you are at a loss as to what kind of things you can do to start a tradition, check out this list. Look at the lights. Magical twinkling lights are all around in the weeks … [Read more...]

Papua New Guinea’s newest parliamentarians, a time for women

... a time for Women in Papua New Guinea   Since Papua New Guinea’s independence in 1975, none of its parliaments have comprised more than 2 per cent of women. Efforts to address traditional attitudes in the country and support women candidates and voters have shown signs of impact, yet the political landscape for women remains a tough one. In an interview with UN Women, two of the three women members of parliament (MPs) elected in the July 2012 polls detail the challenges they … [Read more...]

Indonesia Independence Day – Celebrating on August 17th!

Indonesia Independence Day August 17, 2011 Independence Day is a public holiday in Indonesia.   As many of you know Indonesia Independence Day will be celebrated tomorrow, on August 17. SalingSilang has created a movement using the #17an Twitter hashtag. It’s also asking users to text a message to a specific number in a certain format. The more messages sent, the higher the Indonesian flag (see the 17an website) goes up the pole. The total message target is … [Read more...]

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