When you get into college, most people recommend that you study something concrete. Gain some skills, get yourself ready for work, they say. Math, finance, engineering — those are the fields rich with jobs. Don’t waste your time in social sciences … Read the rest “What difference does theology make?”
There are questions that we constantly seem to hear. One of them is “why did you choose to go to Bosnia?” It’s a fair question. Why, of all the places in the world, would you choose to make your home … Read the rest “Questions people always ask: Why Bosnia?”
Finally, here is the long-awaited third episode of podcast. The audience has been clamouring for the next instalment, the press has been calling, … Read the rest “Podcast episode 3: The Refugee Question in Bosnia and Herzegovina”
In my last post, I gave a brief review of Celebration of Discipline, a book I’ve read several times. For me, Celebration falls into a category I call “books for life” — books that can be read and re-read, and … Read the rest “Book for life: 10 Questions to Diagnose your Spiritual Health”
At the family reunion yesterday I joked with someone about how I stopped reading books after about five or six really good books, and now my personal reading consists solely of reading those books over and over. And while I … Read the rest “A book for life: Celebration of Discipline”
You really must read this message I got through our Facebook page recently.
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I am a fourth year student at the college of human sciences, with my concentration in communications sciences. I am currently working in my internship
In my experience, you’ve got to keep a positive outlook, or you’ll lose everything you’re working for.
Motivational speakers = snake oil salesmen, right?
We’ve all scrolled down on Facebook and seen the great speeches, the infographics, and the emotional … Read the rest “Why you must keep a positive outlook”
From time to time, I’ve written here about the importance of having and building a good reputation in the community where one works. Whether one is in a small town or in the capital city, having a good reputation will … Read the rest “The importance of a good reputation, revisited”
It is common for people like us to organize things like English classes in our locations, as a way to meet people and offer a tangible service to the demographic where we serve. There are many advantages — English is … Read the rest “Teaching English: Making an impact”