Church Vitality

Church Vitality. Name: Course: Instruction: Literature Review The Baptist Church is a church of love. Just as the Bible teaches of hope and how Jesus loved the church and died for it and will come back for it. The church spends more than $86 million for gifts to missions. Every visitor is treated with a Bible as a way of appreciation of their acceptance to fellowship with the church. The church has a continuous pastorate program in which the pastors, as well as leaders, visit the members by voluntary invitations. All these activities are done following trust, passion as well as the conviction of the Christian faith and the belief in the Bible CITATION Lar01 l 1033 (Elrod, 2001). The Black...

Educational Technology use among home-schooled students and its effect on academic achievement

Homeschooling and the effect on ACT composite scores Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Educational Technology use among homeschooled students and its effect on academic achievement Part one: Technology and the impact it has had in all aspects of human life is profound. Technology continues to redefine the business landscape with the growth and expansion of e-commerce. However, even though little has been discussed concerning the impact technology has had on education, it goes without saying that technology is at the heart of educational practices and learning. Technology facilitates learning and continues to shape the education system in terms of instructional practices and...

Recommendation Letter Revised

Name Instructor Course Date Recommendation Letter (Sender’s name e.g. Prof Chris Donald) (Institution) (Street address) (City, Zip code) (Date) (Name of the recipient e.g. The Registrar Academic Affairs) (Institution e.g. Harvard University) (Street Address) (City, Zip code) Dear sir/madam It is my pleasure to write a recommendation letter for one of my students. In the year 2012 when I was a lecturer at the Institute for Foreign Policy and Strategic Studies, Faculty of International Politics and Diplomacy Studies, I noticed one of my students Mr. Le for his extraordinary behavior. I met the named gentleman in the class of Vietnamese Foreign Relations in the year 2012. Again in the...

Eating Assessment Tool – 10 (EAT-10)

Eating Assessment Tool – (EAT-10) Institution’s Name Student’s Name Introduction Clinical assessment of swallowing is an essential part of intervention for all patients with confirmed or likely dysphagia. Several elements comprise a clinical swallow evaluation, along with an extensive health background, a physical examination of dental and motor function, and evaluation of diet. In sufferers with dysphagia, the CSE provides to improve and upgrade the course of involvement as the dysphagia ameliorates or possibly gets worse over time. The presence of dysphagia is highly suspicious in patients with etiologies that affect the architectural, nerve, or muscular aspects of the go and throat....

How yoga, meditation and yoga nidra help with PTSD

Name of the Student Professor’s Name Psychology Date Evaluation of the effects of Yoga, Meditation and Yoga-Nidra for management of PTSD For creating a Contract Proposal Background Posttraumatic Stress Disorder refers to an anxiety disorder which may develop in an individual after being exposed to traumatic events. The traumatic events may be assault/combat related which directly affects an individual. However, the individual may witness such assault or combat on others, which may cause PTSD in him or her. Individuals with PTSD experience recurrent flashbacks of the traumatic event, hyper arousal, avoidance of memories, and...

Disbaled Veterans treated as equals in the Federal Government

MANAGEMENT Name: Institutional affiliation: Date: The effects of war have impacted the lives of the men and women who participate in these wars leading to disabilities that range from loss of limbs to loss of the sense of hearing or sight. The disabled veterans are expected to be treated equally by the federal government (Hamowy, 2007). There has been the establishment of laws that guard the reputation of these veterans as some of them are considered to have been at the forefront in protecting the lives of the citizens and these led to their disabilities. An example of such a law would include the Americans with Disabilities Act that was amended in 2008 and eventually became law in...

Improving CyberSecurity In the Veterans Administration

Improving Cyber Security in Veteran Administration Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Improving Cyber Security in Veterans Administrations Introduction As our technology turns out to be progressively developing and linked, securing delicate data is more imperative now than any time in recent past. This makes making data security and protection a top need. Dynamic efforts to establish safety to ensure information and secure the network system and its data innovation frameworks through a "protection inside and out" methodology is crucial and important. This methodology offers layers of specialized, physical and managerial physical security controls to guarantee that regardless of the...

Power Systems of Electrical Engineering

Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Name Date of SubmissionOptical Interconnects Introduction Optical interfaces refer to arrays of optoelectronic devices that is of the order of 1000 optical channels. Each of these channels run at a speed of approximately 1 Gigabit per second. This means that they offer an overall capacity of the same speed to any single integrated circuit. There are still unresolved issues in manufacturing processes, architectural design, packaging, and simulation. However, due to advanced technology, it is possible to understand its use in all commercial systems within a short period. One of its use is chip-to-chip communication (Mutig). The Use optical methods in...

energy access, infrastructure finance and economic growth in developing countries

Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Energy access, Infrastructure Finance and Economic growth in developing countries Research proposal Many African countries marked a period of economic growth immediately following the independence. However, after the initial era of growth, most of the economies in Africa faltered and then started to decline. The region has witnessed an era of decreasing per capita income, increasing poverty and hunger, and accelerating ecological degradation. This is regardless the reality that economic growth is critical in the developing nations, towards the end of improving the income of the people, reducing poverty, and increasing the standards of living....

International relations (Europe), Universities (Higher Education)

European Universities and English Students Introduction The intake of international students in universities has increased dramatically over the last two decades. However, the students have taken part in different activities that includes traditional study abroad programs in which the student has much better chances of learning about different cultures along with having an understanding of higher education considering unfavorable circumstances in their home country. A developing trend of English students has been observed which reflects enhanced motivation of students to pursue their undergraduate studies from European countries. Nevertheless, the European countries offer students with...