encouraging growth

Joseph’s Parenting Style: Encouraging Growth

»Posted by on Mar 10, 2015 in encouraging growth | 0 comments

Joseph’s Parenting Style: Encouraging Growth

How can parenting continue while facing issues in your life that seem like giants? Does it seem as if you will be ineffective at parenting because of raging personal battles? Fighting giants while parenting requires concentration. Remember, you are encouraging growth in your child. I think what happens to us is that we are so discouraged with the giants we are trying to slay that we do not think we are doing very well in our parenting, either. Most of all, while fighting giants: stay true to you determine what is most important stick to your core beliefs Consider that while Joseph was going through all those circumstances in his life, he stayed true to himself, and stuck to his core beliefs. Observe what works with your child and with your parenting; be...

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Encouraging Growth with Hope for Lilian

»Posted by on Jun 17, 2014 in encouraging growth | 0 comments

Encouraging Growth with Hope for Lilian

Encouraging growth through teaching English as a Second Language has given me the experience of receiving overwhelming gratitude for assisting an individual in overcoming barriers to success. In America, learning English opens the door to all kinds of opportunities that might not be available otherwise. In other countries, learning English may not be enough because cultural barriers and lack of opportunity combine to keep an individual from achieving their dreams. As the scripture says, Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a desire fulfilled is a tree of life. –Proverbs 13:12 What is the point of going to school if you know you will not be able to continue at some point due to lack of finances? What is the point of getting really good grades if you are...

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Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital: Encouraging Growth Through Transformation

»Posted by on May 8, 2014 in encouraging growth, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital: Encouraging Growth Through Transformation

How are individuals like Dr. Jeff Kahrs and Dr. Warren Bruhl getting involved in the fundraising process to build the Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital? What are ways people can support this effort? How will it feel to make an impact in the culture of another country, encouraging growth through transformation? Encouraging growth through providing necessary resources increases the opportunity of the Masaai and others in the region of the Kimana Rift Valley to face the challenges of integrating into modern day culture without losing cultural values. Tackling the health care needs of the residents afflicted by serious life threatening diseases, lack of pre-natal care, manual therapy, medications, and infectious diseases, Mount Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital will...

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Death is Necessary for Encouraging Growth

»Posted by on May 2, 2014 in encouraging growth | 0 comments

Death is Necessary for Encouraging Growth

Did you ever have a dream, a strong desire to do something or be something, an idea that you felt was never going to happen or come into existence? Death is necessary for encouraging growth in your dream or strong desire. There is one great law of the universe: Energy Is; you could also say, Love Is. The seven subsidiary laws include The Law of Gender, which relates to encouraging growth through death: The Law of Gender states that seeds have a gestation or incubation period. For example, a seed of a carrot has an incubation period of approximately 70 days; the incubation period for a baby is approximately 280 days. Ideas and physical seeds are all made from the same formless substance and are governed by the same laws. Think of what this means: a definite period...

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Encouraging Growth: Why Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital?

»Posted by on May 1, 2014 in encouraging growth | 0 comments

Encouraging Growth: Why Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital?

Why is the Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital so vital to those living in the region of the Kimana Rift Valley? What makes it such a valuable resource in which to contribute resources of finances and time? Dreamweaver International was created by Dr. Warren Bruhl for encouraging growth in the work that his parents, Ken and Sandy Taylor, had started in the Kimana Rift Valley working among the Maasai and other residents of the region 22 years ago. Due to lingering discrimination and lack of domestic support, the Masaai often find themselves without the resources to handle issues that arise in taking up the challenge of integrating into mainstream society. Dreamweaver International desires to provide the following approach to offset this disparity: educate the public...

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Encouraging Growth: Why Kimana School of Leadership?

»Posted by on Apr 24, 2014 in encouraging growth | 3 comments

Encouraging Growth: Why Kimana School of Leadership?

Why is the Kimana School of Leadership and Professional Studies (KSLPS) significant to the Kimana Rift Valley? How do they impact the population they serve? What is the impact of the investment of time and financial support on Kenya? Encouraging growth in the local population compels a multi-dimensional approach. How does KSLPS address these concerns? Empowering the teachable spirit requires thoughtful consideration of the indigenous environment of the subject population. What services were being provided to the residents of the Kimana Rift Valley before KSLPS? Negative stereotypes and discrimination combined with lack of domestic resources seriously hampered the ability of the Maasai to integrate into the mainstream society of Kenya. —Dreamweavers...

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