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Many books on evangelism focus on how to share our faith. Other focus on what we should share with those around us who dont know Jesus. In COMPLETE JOY: THE BEST KEPT SECRET OF SHARING OUR FAITH, Dr. Todd Phillips share the compelling reasons why we should share our faith with those around us and makes the case for the inescapable connection between those who share their faith and those who experience complete joy! Reading this book will change you - change your heart for others, change your mind about witnessing,, and your actions as they relate to a word that needs Jesus.
Sharing Turf is the uplifting, true-life story of a community torn by racial strife, and ultimately coming together to make things better. Just weeks after race riots threatened to further divide Blacks & Hassidic Jews in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, a few youth leaders came together to see if there was anything they could do to foster peace & mutual respect in their community. Initially, youth from both sides came together to dialogue with each other. The participants themselves wanted to carry on and continue with these important discussions. These meetings eventually led to playing sports together, painting art murals in the community, and even making music together. Despite the odds, both on an individual level and from society at large, they formed Project CURE, which stands for Communication, Understanding, Respect, & Education. What they accomplished is nothing short of remarkable, from playing ball during halftime at several NY Knicks games to the CURE band opening up for the US Congress. This feel-good story resonates in todays complex world more than ever, showing what a few caring individuals can do to change society for the better. Starting with just a few youth leaders in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, the effort of Project CURE What started as a grassroots level eventually grew into .
This book explores the opportunities and challenges of the sharing economy and innovative transportation technologies with regard to urban mobility. Written by government experts, social scientists, technologists and city planners from North America, Europe and Australia, the papers in this book address the impacts of demographic, societal and economic trends and the fundamental changes arising from the increasing automation and connectivity of vehicles, smart communication technologies, multimodal transit services, and urban design. The book is based on the Disrupting Mobility Summit held in Cambridge, MA (USA) in November 2015, organized by the City Science Initiative at MIT Media Lab, the Transportation Sustainability Research Center at the University of California at Berkeley, the LSE Cities at the London School of Economics and Politics and the Innovation Center for Mobility and Societal Change in Berlin.
Masters Thesis from the year 2014 in the subject Energy Sciences, grade: 1, Chalmers University of Technology Foundation Göteborg (Sustainable Energy Systems), language: English, abstract: This thesis consists of two parts. Part I describes the Challenge Lab method, which is a method developed at Chalmers for students to utilize their creativity to come up with innovative solutions for a change towards a more sustainable society. The Challenge Lab was carried out between January and June 2014 by 12 graduate students from seven countries. It used several tools, perspectives, theories and frameworks that should enable the students to act as change agents between academia, public and private sector by introducing solutions for a sustainable transport system. Amongst other methods, the Challenge Lab included dialogue tools, value and leadership workshops, design thinking and backcasting. In Part II of this thesis, a system to reduce the environmental impact of each individual, called a sharing economy, is described and a convenient and accessible technological solution to implement in the public space is illustrated. Through practical methods such as workshops and participation in the Gothenburg Startup Hack a prototype of a smart box was developed. This system could provide a convenient and accessible solution by offering a service similar to public lockers, which can be opened by using a web service and would be at accessible places in public spaces (bus stops, etc.). During the process a possible partnership with a project in Gothenburg, called ElectriCity, was identified and could be developed further on after the end of this thesis. The main barrier of the sharing economy for reaching a mass-market was found to be trust amongst the individuals using the sharing platform. Several possible solutions to provide a trust-worthy service were identified and will be presented in the thesis. These include, amongst others, an insurance pool and a review system.
My son had decided to spend the weekend at college, and while I´d miss him, a quiet weekend alone would be good for my soul. So when the doorbell rang Friday night, I had no idea who it might be. When I opened the door to two of my son´s friends, to say my weekend plans were going to change would be an understatement. What happened next rocked my world in ways I never thought possible. ungekürzt. Language: English. Narrator: Rebecca Wolfe. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/044872de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.