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Nate Waddoups
Works at University of South Carolina
Attended Brigham Young University
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Nate Waddoups

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The Church Accounting Guide is pleased to announce the first online accounting course designed specifically for church treasurers.
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Welcome to House of Prayer Association

Dear brother Nate
lord has given great works to your hand ,it become a fruited  

I, Pastor D John David, the founder of House Of Prayer Association prayerfully invite U ALL to get into the details of our ministry and join hands together for the widespread of the kingdom of God through both spiritual and social services.

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Skype   id is    pastorindia2

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Teacher, Entrepreneur, Accountant, and Gardener
I'm the publisher of the Church Accounting Software Guide. 

I'm in the process of writing a book that will teach basic church accounting principles. The book also shows how to perform routine accounting tasks within QuickBooks Nonprofit. 

I'm also the publisher of Clockwork Accounting: an online school dedicated to teaching basic accounting principles. 

Bragging rights
Amazing wife, two children, church treasurer for over five years, survived five years of accounting school...
  • Brigham Young University
    Bachelors in Accounting, 2005 - 2009
  • Brigham Young University
    Masters in Accounting, 2009 - 2010
Author, Accounting Teacher
  • University of South Carolina
    PhD Student, 2013 - present
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Lexington Womens Care doesn't assign you one doctor, instead you meet with a different doctor each time. This multiple-doctor setup leads to inconsistent care, a lack of trust, a lack of any sort of relationship between you and your doctor, and the doctors don't really understand your needs because they only meet with you once or twice (other than that, you're just a piece of paper to them). For example, my wife tends to have large babies so previous doctors have recommended that she get induced. One of the doctors at Lexington Womens Care agreed that she should get induced and set up a date for this to happen. However, the doctor working that week refuses to induce (except in extraordinary circumstances). This is the type of situation that doesn't take place when there is trust and a relationship between the doctor and the patient. In summary, we had a horrible experience with this place, not because of the doctors, but because their multiple-doctors-to-one-patient system makes it so no one doctor develops a relationship with you. This means that none of them trust you (and if they don't trust you, they won't listen to your specific needs).
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Joe, the owner, was really nice. We moved into our new home and heard that we absolutely had to have a termite bond. We came to South Carolina from a state where there are no termites. We honestly didn't have the $1,000 to drop on a termite bond. My wife and I were fretting about it for months when we finally decided to call Premier Pest Solution. I'm so glad we did. Joe didn't try to force us to buy a bond and he told us about some other options. Joe is an honest guy who will let you know all your options. Highly recommend him.
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