Personal and Professional Problems of Work-life Imbalance

Most of us suffer from undue work pressures that hamper our healthy living. Work pressures come in two forms.  Either self-induced – in order to prove our abilities to peers or superiors and to survive in the competitive world. Alternatively, thrust upon by the company to meet their job requirements. Furthermore, stiff competition, recession or

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Morning and Evening Prayer

“Through Jesus, therefore, let us continually offer to God a sacrifice of praise—the fruit of lips that confess his name” Heb 13:15 Indeed, we need to come to the Lord in prayer continually, morning, evening and night. Every moment that we are alive is by the grace of God. We need to be thankful to God and

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Assessing the Effectiveness of Employee Training Programs – Questionnaire

Almost all organizations, be it small, medium or large are giving increasing attention for employee Training and Development programs. The importance for employee training is gaining momentum in almost all fields, particularly with globalization, employee diversity and mutual dependence of organizations for growth and expansion. Employers believe that training the employees will increase productivity, motivation,

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Biblical Calendar Jan – Mar 2019

“I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you and watch over you” Ps. 32:8 Some of us may have had a tough and defeating year. We may have gone through disappointments, grief or lost a loved one in the past year. Yet others may be thankful for a

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Interesting Research Topics in Social Sciences – Criminology

It is disheartening to hear about the numerous crimes committed against women, children and the disadvantaged across the globe. Indeed, it makes us to wonder the effective functioning of prevailing ‘system of justice’. Media cares for the news for a day and moves on to cover more appealing and dramatic news. However, the victims and

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The Gospels – Who wrote from whom?

  Scholars opine that the gospels came to be written probably only 35 to 70 years after Jesus’ crucifixion. All the gospels share the ideology that Jesus, the Son of God is the Messiah. Further, they wanted their readers to believe the same (Stanton, 1989, 4).  With this in focus, the Gospel writers (Matthew, Mark,

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Synoptic Gospels and Assumptions on Source

The Advent has begun bringing Hope, Joy and a Season to celebrate Jesus’ birth. The birth of Jesus brought us good news of great joy. (Luke 2:10). Likewise, it is also a time to reflect on the good news of Jesus establishing the Kingdom for us, for bringing us into His heavenly abode at His

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Setting SMART goals for securing college admission and Beyond

Setting SMART goals  Securing admission in a reputed college is quite a challenge. Indeed, the pressure will be on both children and parents. More so, if children are specific about pursuing a career-oriented or trendy course that is close to their heart. Then again, you might have come across agitated parents trying to seek college

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