The culture tells us to avoid pain and discomfort at all costs, order but that’s not reality. The real question is what kind of pain and discomfort will we face. The decisions we make today will affect us for the future. We can either suffer alone for a lifetime or choose daily to pay the high cost of real friendship.

Encouraging your friends to do the right thing, prosthesis clearing your calendar for your closest friends when they need you, reaching out to that new person in your group or church will be worth it in the future.  Plus, it is the right thing to do.

Also, be careful of who you take advice from. “Broke people giving financial advice is like a shop teacher with missing fingers.” – Dave Ramsey. This applies to many other areas of life as well (e.g. career, relationship, marriage, etc.).  Be there for your friends with Biblical advice. It relate

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Employers are increasingly using creative ways to interview and decide on new employees.

While employers cannot ask directly, this site
most hiring managers acknowledge that how a candidate conducts themselves in their personal life serves as an indicator for how they will react in many ways on the job. Is the employee organized (may look at how clean the inside of their car is), medical
do they talk behind others’ backs (how to they handle bad service at a restaurant, do they have a history of making commitments and breaking them (are they divorced?), etc.?

This short article looks at many of the techniques being seen today (e.g. questions asked, meeting for lunch and asking the candidate to drive, etc.).

Authentic Christian Living team

Authentic Christian Living team

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