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Reverend Robert L. Campbell, Senior Pastor at New Beginning Christian Church

Written by Featured Organization on Friday, 15 October 2010 11:13.

Robert L. CampbellReverend Robert L. Campbell is a Minister at New Beginning Christian Church. He works with the Wilmington Ministerial Alliance, East NC Countywide Development Corporation and the Wilmington Blue Ribbon Commission.

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What Are You Doing Here?

Written by Pastor Dale Haynes on Friday, 15 October 2010 11:00.

And there he went into a cave, and spent the night in that place; and behold, the word of the Lord came to him, and He said to him, “What are you doing here, Elijah?” 1 Kings 19:9. What are you doing here, Elijah? When I read this passage it brought to mind Genesis 3:9 where God asked Adam, “Where are you?”

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A Book That Changes Lives: “Your Little Red Wagon”

Written by Featured Organization on Friday, 01 October 2010 11:19.

Tulsa, OK – With the new trends in fitness and loosing weight as a focus to help people change their lives, the most obvious aspect of life change is often left out, spiritual health.  People tend to get so wrapped up in spending time at the gym building their muscles or getting the adrenaline pumping in a cardio workout that they forget their soul needs to be developed too.

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53 Million Americans Receiving Social Security Benefits

Written by Brenda Brown on Tuesday, 28 September 2010 11:16.

The cool winds and changing leaves are tell-tale signs: another autumn has arrived. Sometimes it’s hard to believe how quickly the seasons change and the years pass by. Whatever season of life you happen to be in, it may be a good time to reflect on the protection you have through Social Security.

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Empowerment Through Art

Written by Canadian Federation for the Humanities & Social Sciences on Friday, 18 June 2010 02:18.

Annika and Isabelle look like average teen girlsAnnika and Isabelle look like average teen girls: they're polite and bubbly, and wear skinny jeans with sneakers. They've got to run off to do work and meet with parents for dinner, but they've agreed to take a picture for me. Isabelle's black leather bomber jacket goes perfectly with her awesome manicure, and she shyly fixes her bangs when I bring out my camera. Meanwhile, Annika is chatty and laughs easily as she poses with Isabelle.

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In Predominantly Black Communities, People of all Races Miss Out on Kidney Care

Written by American Society of Nephrology (ASN) on Friday, 18 June 2010 02:04.

Journal of the American Society NephrologyRegardless of race, fewer people see a kidney specialist before starting dialysis if they live in predominantly black communities, reports a study appearing in an upcoming issue of the Journal of the American Society Nephrology (JASN). The results highlight the importance of understanding why patients in predominantly black areas are less likely to receive kidney-related care while their kidney function is clearly declining.