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Portland State’s ‘Mirror Game’ opera takes on gaming culture

December 5, 2019 at 10:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Finding safe space for Everyone online is so important and especially for women and telling female positive stories is something that we’ve really begun to do in the Opera world, and we need to do more of ‘Mirror Game’ is a new opera by Celka Ojakangas and Amy Punt and it’s about women in the

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“Portland State’s ‘Mirror Game’ opera takes on gaming culture”

Help TGC Offer Hope for the Searching

December 4, 2019 at 8:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Every day, thousands of people type important spiritual questions into search bars on the internet. They ask questions [like] “Who is Jesus?” “What is salvation?” “What is the gospel?” These are people looking for answers. They’re looking for hope. They’re looking for truth. Sadly, what they often find online is not very helpful. The top

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“Help TGC Offer Hope for the Searching”

David Platt on Bringing Emotion and Passion to Preaching

December 2, 2019 at 7:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

– [Nancy Guthrie] I noticed that anybody who has seen or heard you preach, you are often very emotional, often always very passionate. Like, I was talking to someone this morning about interviewing you today, and he put it this way, that there is a visceral element of God’s concern for the “lost” in you

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“David Platt on Bringing Emotion and Passion to Preaching”

An Introduction to Social and Emotional Learning

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>>Teacher: How many of you know a boy or girl here at school who gets picked on and left out and never included and laughed at all the time?>>Narrator: School can be a mean and dangerous place.>>Raise your hands high, high.>>Narrator: Evidenced by headline grabbing tragedies and subtle daily slights.>>Gina, why don’t you shut up?>>Who

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“An Introduction to Social and Emotional Learning”

Smart Hearts: Social and Emotional Learning Overview

November 28, 2019 at 11:16 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

>>Male Newscaster: The video was posted on MySpace by [inaudible]. This assault occurred in North Babylon, New York. The victim apparently just twelve years old. Her attackers are fourteen year old ninth graders…>>Male caller: A student with a gun at the [inaudible] Academy.>>Female 911 Operator: Okay, where’s the student at?>>Female Newscaster: He was picked on,

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“Smart Hearts: Social and Emotional Learning Overview”

Direct, structural, and cultural violence

November 26, 2019 at 7:19 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

[MUSIC PLAYING] SARAH JESSOP: Norwegian theorist Johann Galtung developed a three-layered understanding of violence that represents how a confluence of factors merge, in particular historical moments, to shape the conditions for the promotion of violence. Direct violence is what we normally think of when we think about violence. It represents behaviors that serve to threaten

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Why Did Civilizations Expand? | Big History Project

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NARRATOR: Humans civilizations have been wonderfully diverse with an amazing variety of unique customs, religious practices, social structures and technologies. These differences are fascinating, but Big History teaches us to look at the past differently, to seek out commonalities and identify patterns that unite seemingly unrelated phenomena. Often this produces insights that are even more

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“Why Did Civilizations Expand? | Big History Project”