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New Year; New Theme

Happy New Year everyone! Don't forget that tomorrow begins not just 2014, but The Year of Faith here at Art of Eloquence.  Our newsletter subscribers will find weekly articles on various faith topics beginning this week. If you make New Year's Resolutions and even if you don't, make this one!  Subscribe to our newsletter for 2014!  Learn all you can about how to fulfill The Great Commission and why we, as Christians, are commanded to do so.  It's not easy to discuss faith issues these days and most Christians are either too afraid of the consequences or are doing it in such a way that it actually drives unbelievers away from God. This is your chance and it's all free! ...

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Interview w/a Communicator: Music Teacher

This week's Interview with a Communicator is another online friend of mine with a very unique mission. Cindy is a wife, mom, musician, writer, Christ follower and friend to many. She is also a private music teacher, teaching 25 piano and voice students each week. She has a BA in music from Northwest University and has been involved in ministry and music her whole life. She is passionate about motivating students young and old to be the best they can be .  I'm sure you will be inspired by reading more about her... 1. Please tell us a little about yourself. I am a very positive person (most of the time) have learned to appreciate my friends and family well....

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NEW: Interview w/a Communicator

We have a new feature here on Communication FUNdamentals called Interview with a Communicator.  We all communicate every day of our lives and communication touches every aspect of it.  So...each week, I'm going to bring you a blog interview with someone in a different ministry, business or time of life to share with you.  Each will share the mission God has them on and how effective communication plays an important role.  We begin with a friend I met online. BeckyJoie Thombs Oakes is a “multiple hat wearer” and a free-lance writer. She spends her time volunteering to work with youth as well as lay-counseling ministries at a local Christian counseling center.  She has three sons.   She lives with her husband,...

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