Dr. Tony Evans Seminar from Pro Atheletes Outreach 2011 NFL Conference

Dr. Tony Evans talks about the three teams that take the field everyday. Get the full video at bit.ly From the full conference DVD-ROM you can get here: bit.ly From the 2011 Pro Atheletes Outreach NFL Conference, Captured during the conference by Fleetwood Onsite Conference Recording. Dr. Tony Evans is the founder and president of The Urban Alternative, a national organization that seeks to bring about spiritual renewal in urban America through the church. The Urban Alternative radio broadcast, “The Alternative with Dr. Tony Evans,” can be heard on over 500 stations daily throughout the US and in over 40 countries worldwide. Evans served as chaplain for the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys and presently serves as chaplain for the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks. Evans has served as an associate evangelist with the Grand Old Gospel Fellowship in Philadelphia, as Vice President of Urban Evangelical Mission, a national evangelistic and church planting organization, and as an associate professor in the Pastoral Ministries Department of Dallas Theological Seminary in the areas of evangelism, homiletics, and black church studies. He speaks 2 regularly throughout the US & abroad. He is the author of numerous books, including the recent publications of Oneness Embraced: Through the Eyes of Tony Evans and Between a Rock and a Hard Place. The full DVD-ROM includes Live Video and Audio recordings from the Pro Atheletes Outreach 2011 NFL Conference. This conference is dedicated to meeting the specific
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Patricia Justice to Offer Free Seminar in Job Search Focus and Resume Writing

Marietta, GA (PRWEB) April 28, 2009

Patricia Justice will present a free workshop addressing two major roadblocks to finding new employment: getting a focus on your search and writing effective resumes. Responding to the current high unemployment rate and increasing difficulties of finding new employment, this free workshop will take place at 7 PM Thursday, April 30, at St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church, 571 Hold Road, Marietta, GA as part of their Career Ministry.

“The modern resume,” says Patricia Justice, “no longer exists as a list of job descriptions and previous employers. Nowadays an effective resume is a platform to showcase specific and quantifiable results. Writing this kind of resume is new to many people and can be downright terrifying. But it can be done and I want to help.”

Proper focus for a job search is paramount for a successful outcome. No employer wants to sift through all the things an applicant can or used to do. Consequently, job candidates need to focus on one goal and stick to it. Prospective employers want to know what, exactly, that person can do for them and that they do it better, or faster, or less expensively than the rest of the field.

Patricia is Founder & Principal of Justice HR Consulting, LLC, a professional services provider specializing in EEO Compliance and Training, HR Audits, Root Cause Analysis of employee issues and Employee On-boarding. Prior to establishing her own human resources services business she had a successful 25-year career in complex, multi-disciplinary, multi-faceted organizations and has successfully dealt with a wide variety of professional, technical, support, and administrative personnel from entry level to Boards of Directors. Patricia is also a Career Management Consultant with Right Management, the world’s leading global provider of integrated consulting solutions across the employment lifecycle.


Patricia Justice, Principal,

Justice HR Consulting, LLC



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Can a non-profit church legally have a millionaire business seminar at the church and charge money for it?

Question by shatoyiab: Can a non-profit church legally have a millionaire business seminar at the church and charge money for it?
I know a pastor who is hosting a millionaire business seminar at his church and charging money for it. He has a for-profit business where he speaks on different subjects and charges money for the seminars but most of them are at the church. Isn’t that illegal?
The pastor is charging $ 89.00 per person for this event.

Best answer:

Answer by Noppe
It’s not, just look at scientology.

What do you think? Answer below!

Author Tackles Black Gender Gap in New Book and Seminar Series

(PRWEB) October 21, 2003

For Immediate Release:


Tenacious Entertainment


Author Tackles Black Gender Gap in New Book and Seminar Series

The article in Newsweek Magazine, “The Black Gender Gap,” penned by Ellis Cose in March of 2003 unleashed a firestorm of discussion, particularly among single Black men and women. On November 22, 2003, Tenacious Entertainment will present a seminar called Bridging The Black Gender Gap, based on a series of books by the same name.

    Bridging The Black Gender Gap, Volume I is a new mini-book based on years of research and more than twenty discussions with men and women regarding the growing number of unmarried Black women conducted by author Darryl James (Detective’s Affair & The Los Angeles Riots: Three Decades of Revolution). James, through Tenacious Entertainment, is also organizing a series of seminars to initiate dialogue between men and women.

“The charge for each of us—men and women—is to begin to discuss the problems we both face, without expressing the fear and hatred that have been welling up inside of us,” said James. “I want to facilitate healthy discussions with people who can provide qualified information and advice.”

To facilitate pragmatic processing of dating issues, James has assembled psychiatrists/psychologists and a variety of panelists, including Keidi Obi Awadu, activist and radio host; Ryeal Sims, filmmaker and motivational speaker; Pastor Ben Stephens, Pastor of the Young Adult & Youth Ministry at West Angeles Church of God In Christ; Dr. E. Lance McCarthy, Ph.D, a national economist; Steve & Dawn Adams, of the Marriage Ministry at 1st Church of God; Group discussion facilitator Askia Muwwakil; Fleace Weaver (blackweekly.com), and Angel L. Gaines a relationship counselor who also appears in the book, Bridging The Black Gender Gap, Volume I.

“People usually have conflict because of the way that they process pain,” said Gaines. “Once the root cause of the pain is discovered, individuals are able to understand another person’s pain and work toward conflict resolution with them.”

Bridging The Black Gender Gap, the seminar takes place on November 22, 2003, from 9am until 5pm at the Hilton Hotel at Los Angeles Airport, 5711 W. Century Blvd. The cost is in advance and day of Seminar.

Published by Tenacious Books, Bridging The Black Gender Gap, Volume I is the first installment of a series and a much-needed contribution to the communication needed between men and women. For more information, call (310) 491-3363, or go to www.theblackgendergap.com.

Free Seminar: How to Fight a Housing Court Case

New York, NY (PRWEB) October 8, 2008

The public is invited to Steven De Castro’s free seminar “How to Fight a Housing Court Case,” which will be held on October 23 and is hosted by Trinity Church. Registration is required and admission is free.

Register today at http://decastroinstitute.com

“HOW TO FIGHT A HOUSING COURT CASE” by Steven De Castro will be held on Thursday, October 23, 2008 at 6:00 p.m. The location is 74 Trinity Place, Manhattan, NY, behind Trinity Church, near the subway stations for the R and W to Rector Street, or any train to the World Trade Center.

Free registration required. To register, go to http://decastroinstitute.com.

“Get informed before you walk into the courthouse.”

As an extra, Mr. De Castro will give a workshop on “How to Tell a Persuasive Story in Court.”

About Steven De Castro:

Tenant Lawyer Steven De Castro has empowered hundreds of New York Tenants to fight their evictions. As an accomplished civil trial lawyer, Mr. De Castro was a regular guest commentator for CourtTV, appearing live to describe trials in progress. His three-attorney law firm (http://manhattanfirm.com) represents New York tenants exclusively.