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Here are the top five entrepreneurship lessons currently being taught at 180 military installations across the world.
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Have you ever bought something and then noticed in the retailers next flyer that the item is now on sale? If you're a bargain shopper like me, you know it can be maddening. But fortunately many major retailers will happily offer you a price adjustment within a set period of time.
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Humble yourselves, therefore, under God's mighty hand, that he may lift you up in due time. Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you. 1 Peter 5:6-7

I once saw a bumper sticker that said, "Why worry, when you can trust?" Worry or anxiety, is one of the biggest problems that most Christians face. We worry over things that we have no control over. We worry that we will not measure up. We worry about what the future holds. Instead of fretting about what could happen, we need to humbly submit to God's leading, and trust in Him to make things turn out for the best. – Commentary by Mary Frances Morden

Today’s Prayer,
Heavenly Father, we ask that you grant us the faith to hand our worries over to You, and trust in You for the best outcome. Amen.
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For the world, so-called “peace of mind” is often associated with a large bank account full of money, an extravagant house, or car sitting in the driveway of the most exclusive subdivision. However, true “peace of mind” comes from the Lord, it is “spiritual.” By this I mean, it is not based on “circumstances” but on the Presence of Christ within us (Phil. 4:4-7). So today try not to let your peace of mind be dictated by your possessions, your status, or even the people around you but by your faith and love for Jesus Christ. – Commentary by Francis Fabregas
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Great church and church family. Guests are always welcome. I always feel at home here. Lots of activities for the youth and adults to actively participate in the church. If you're looking for a church home, then come to one of the church services. You won't be disappointed.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
There's a little bit of everything here from Best Buy to Target to a variety of restaurants and other shops. Nice to have so many places in one area, so that you don't have to travel far.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
While the celebration and Massey Movement cause were great, there was quite a bit to be desired with the bartenders. We stood at the bar for 20+ minutes as if we weren't there at all. People came up to the bar after us and was served immediately. I spoke to the barback who immediately says to me, I'm not a bartender and have nothing to do with serving drinks. Let's give him an F+ in customer service. I then explained to the young man that while he's not the bartender that he could get a bartenders attention and send one our way. My guests and I finally got a bartender's attention on our own. There's no beer on tap as I would have expected but canned beer. The bartender brings the canned beer and sits it on the counter and didn't provide a glass nor ask if one was wanted. We had to ask for the glass. I paid for my beer ($5) and a friends tonic water and lime., which came to a grand total of $18.92. There's no alcohol in the tonic water and lime but for that price them there should be. No receipts provide when charging your credit card. Some were asked if they wanted to set up a tab while others weren't. While there are public parking lots and garages and parking on the street, the public parking garages had the gate down so that people weren't able to pay to park. Not sure why downtown would allow parking in the public parking garages during non-working hours for the office buildings in the area. As I understand from the local news and newspaper, Richmond City needs the money. If you know someone living in the city or fan area, park at their house and catch the GRTC bus or Lyft or Uber. If you're coming from the county, such as far west end, Chesterfield/Midlothian area get ready to pay ~ $25 each way. Essentially, they're not as cheap as you think. I've used Uber in Connecticut and spent under $10 each way. Connecticut compared to Richmond is city versus country. I would have expected to pay more in Connecticut. Atmosphere gets an A. Location gets B. Parking gets an F. The entire bartenders F. Providing your establishment 2 stars is generous, make some changes and I'll change it. Do I recommend this place? No, not at this time. Train your staff properly. Work with the City of Richmond to open up public parking lots and garages during non-business hours, so there will be ample parking close by for patrons. Yes, I do get it that parking is limited downtown, but for downtown to close public parking lots and garages where people could pay to park makes no sense. Please try to get a relationship with your mayor and city council to make this happen. If you're looking for someone to train your staff in customer service properly, then reach out to me! I have a proven track record.
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
If I could give this place zero stars then I would. I can NOT believe that this place has the audacity to call itself a nursing care facility. The communication of the staff is horrible. They do NOT listen to the family and do what they feel is best for them rather than allowing the family to make decisions in the care of their loved one. My grandmother was here due to a fall and her neck became fractured. She was here for rehab. During here stay here, she got an open wound on her chin and neck from her neckbrace. After 7 weeks here and returning home and visiting her primary care physician, we found that she has two highly contagious bacterial infections in the two separate wounds. From the look of the wounds nothing was done to care for them or even prevent them during her stay. The care that the staff provide for the individuals in their care is horrendous. I would NOT recommend this place to my worst enemy. If you literally hate your loved one, then place them here. Ebony and many of the staff here need to be replaced. No longer having my grandmother in their care, Ebony tries to pretend to be our long last friend. Save it for someone that will actually believe you care.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
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Fast friendly service! Easy in...easy out... It's always nice to go in and see a friendly, smiling face. I've used the drive thru and gone inside to the lobby and receive great service each time. Thanks to Mr. Gwaltney that helps me each time I come.
Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Awesome staff! They have a great selection of craft beers on tap. They have a happy hour and various events locally. Yes, they do group events so feel free to contact Eric and ask about having your Meet Up or other social networking group here. Don't have what you're looking for? Then, just ask them to order. Yes, it's just that easy. There's enough beer here for you to try something new each or stick with what you know. They offer specials, have snacks and food to eat while you drink your beer. Don't forget their rewards program where you can level up for deals throughout he year and your birthday.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Sandwiches and sides offered for lunch. They also cater meals--turkey, ham, sides, and desserts. Friendly staff! It's always a pleasure to go here for a quick lunch. Don't forget to sign up for their rewards program for freebies throughout the year and on your birthday.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago