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Flesh and Bones: Experimental Outreach and Church Orthodoxy

  The Unification Movement and our close cousins, evangelical Christianity, are struggling to engage young adults between the ages of 18 and 29.  David Kinnaman, a sociologist with the Barna Group research firm and author of unChristian: What …

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Eight fundamental areas to be addressed in a healthy society by Alison Wakelin Byer (UTS’89)

First step towards a Constitution I could live with. Eight fundamental areas to be addressed in a healthy society: 1. All people at birth inherit the right to receive parental love and nurturing, leading to growth and development towards self-actualization. In this process, responsibility is gradually transferred from the parent to the child. 2. All […]

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Do Women Listen & Understand More Than Men?

Women often accuse men of not listening. Men usually get defensive and argue they do. We’ve all experienced this argument but the scientific facts support the women. In a world of constant change being able to interpret the meaning of change is more important than reacting to …

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Leadership by William Haines (UTS’92)

  William Haines (UTS ’92)             William Haines on Leadership: Week 1, 67 mins William Haines on Leadership Week 2, 49 mins Leadership Week 3 will be up in the next two weeks  

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Quote of the Week: Sun Myung Moon

It is the quality of leadership that matters,  not numbers.  ~Sun Myung Moon A Prophet Speaks Today p.52

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Is God Happy?

                                Leszek Kołakowski The first biography of Siddhartha, the future Buddha, reveals that for a long time he was entirely unaware of the wretchedness of the human condition. A royal son, he spent his youth in pleasure and luxury, surrounded […]

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Christianity in China

Communist officials in China have denied waging a “demolition campaign” against churches in the country’s most Christian regions, after reportedly ordering a dozen to be destroyed. The churches – in the eastern province of Zhejiang – are currently facing demolition or having their crosses removed, activists claim. Other churches are said to have been ordered […]

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Winners of Barrytown College Video Competition

  Barrytown College of UTS  is happy to announce the winners of its 2014 Video Competition whose theme this year was on “Giving.” The 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes for this year’s video competition are $2,000, $1,000 and $500. All three videos are posted at the Giving Institute webpage at …

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Virtue for the Week: Tolerance

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6 Communication failures bosses make

Being the boss isn’t an easy job—it’s all about time management, understanding people, and leading the organization into the future. Bosses are our big-picture thinkers. Rather than being stuck in the daily details, they delegate and make sure important tasks are assigned and completed. But to execute …

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