Views:385|Rating:0.00|View Time:4:Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 Produced by Todd Gessele: This NW Spotlight on Mission highlights the idea of dividing the Alaska Conference into 2 regions, a conference and a mission field in order to better organize to share the gospel in 220 Arctic villages yet unentered by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Outside help is needed. Radio stations are a practical way to begin. Meet Sheryl Byrd, a Dillingham, Alaska, police officer, who was impressed to ask for Bible studies after landing a job and listening to the Adventist station in Dillingham. Her home village has never had an Adventist presence. Meet current Bristol Bay/Arctic volunteers and missionaries in Togiak, Savoonga, and Gambell, Alaska, where the work is currently growing. Consider what you can do, to help share God’s love in Alaska.
What are the implications of changing a job in following circumstances –
1. EAD approved valid till 03/12/13
2. AOS pending approval
3. H1B pending extension (Filed on 06/07/12, Expiry 09/30/12)
My current employer is not willing to release the copies of approved I140 & PERM.
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Views:1829183|Rating:4.83|View Time:4:17Minutes|Likes:34902|Dislikes:1204 Living with severe anxiety and panic for most of my life, I never imagined a day where I would wake up without worry, fear, and anticipation – the kind that makes getting out of bed seem impossible. I remember staying under the covers hiding from every problem I thought I had, making life that much harder for myself and the people I love most. You don’t have to let anxiety rule your life. Seek the help you need and be open with those who love you. And, when you find yourself in the middle of having a panic attack or chronic worrying, try the technique I discuss in this video. I hope it’s the start of a new appreciation for yourself. xo
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Views:18660|Rating:4.85|View Time:4:57Minutes|Likes:127|Dislikes:4 “Change My Name” from the new album “Hey Y’all It’s (The Beaumonts)” is the first ever “canned” video from The Beaumonts. The video was filmed and directed by Lance Farley and shot on location at Texas’ oldest honky-tonk Riley’s Tavern in Hunter, Texas. Thanks to all the beautiful folks who showed up to be in it. “Hey Y’all It’s (The Beaumonts)” is available from Saustex Records (catalog # SEX1506) along with their other fine albums. Visit online at saustex.com
Views:684|Rating:3.18|View Time:1:22:59Minutes|Likes:14|Dislikes:8 KANSAS CITY, KS – Hundreds of Kansans attended the ‘Road to Change’ town hall in Kansas City Kansas last evening (June 18, 2018). The town hall was a dialog about gun violence that featured four students from Parkland, FL’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the site of a mass school shooting on Valentines Day that sparked the “March For Our Lives” movement of students across the country.
Students and young activists from Chicago and St. Louis joined with local Kansas and Missouri students and the Stoneman Douglas students as panelists during the town hall. After answering moderators questions, the panelists took questions from the audience. The line of questioners was so long that the time available ran out. The interest in the Jack Reardon Convention Center event was so great that organizers had to open a second adjoining room that also filled up quickly.
Panel members included:
Kyrah Simon, Ryan Deitsch, Cameron Kasky from Parkland, FL
Treyvon Bosley, Anthony Lovelace, Arieyanna Williams from Chicago, IL
“Lyric” from St. Louis, MO
and April Ma, Taylor Mills, Rachel Gonzalez from Kansas City area schools
Student moderators included Alfonso Caulderon from Parkland, FL and Quinn Patel from Olathe, KS
Video was recorded by the Working Journalist Press on 6/18/18.
Views:17360|Rating:3.80|View Time:54:48Minutes|Likes:38|Dislikes:12 Google Tech Talks
October 30, 2006
Climate change has multiple direct and indirect consequences for human health. Heat waves affect health directly and are projected to take an increasing toll in developed and underdeveloped nations. The 2003 summer heatwave in Europe — an event six standard deviations from the mean — led to 21-35,000 excess deaths in five nations, extensive wildfires, crop failures, nuclear plant shutdowns and melted 10% of the Alpine glacial mass. This event and Hurricane Katrina in 2005 demonstrate that climate change and its impacts may be surprisingly non-linear. Credits: Speaker:Paul Epstein