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Transcript: Weak communication between YM and teens- we often have very little knowledge of events if any. We want to know about upcoming events, issues, opportunities, etc. We're often kept out of the loop and treated like children instead of competent young adults, which leads to a lack of respect and trust all around. Also, we're PST. Seriously? We no longer have such personal connections with the YM. Examples from past years of how closely everyone was connected are: cakes for birthdays, intentions, highs and lows, live out louds, and the interest the leaders showed in our lives. -Communication -Organization -Vision & direction -Trust -Collaboration and cooperative effort -New ideas and goals -Inspiration -Sense of community and fun -Spiritual growth compare & contrast The way BOLD used to be drew a huge crowd. It was a great place and atmosphere for any kind of person to come and feel automatically accepted. BOLD: wait, what? Diverse Activities and Programs Great events that we immensely enjoyed with Maria are no longer available for reasons we're not sure of, due to the lack of communication. Some programs and activities we had a lot of fun with were: the talent show, "dare you to eat that" game, theology of the body, eucharistic adoration on first fridays (that anywehere from 20-30 teens would come to), the lock-in, the car wash, and retreats that were properly planned. Enthusiasm and Turnout What's Missing? Communication and Connection: This year is hardly even a shadow of BOLD'S former glory, and it would be best for everyone if we could work together to find a way to restore it. Thank you for your attention! Bold is voluntary, a "safe zone". It's supposed to be something to look forward to. This year, it's become something to drag your feet to. Attendance is down to optimistically 1/3 of the people who came when Maria was in charge. (Maybe 15-20 per BMW this year, before there was a solid group of 30-45 people at any given BMW.)

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Transcript: Getting this job opportunity Actions_ - Newsletter as an example of digital marketing and its importance today; - Site focus on the work and the customers. - Refresh the use of social media with more participation of people; - Campaigns on Google Adwords or Facebook Adds; - Be active in specialized media. IT Outsourcing The main goal is build a brand that gives an added value beyond what is asked, by the development of differentiating action in the market of knowledge and innovation. SEO Who are these people? Actions: - Benchmarking of organizations; - Presentation in video with the work done in outsourcing, based on storytelling techniques (emphasis on quality/specialization of integrated/price services, customized outsourcing service); - Development of contacts to get meetings; - Partnerships with universities and professional schools; - Partnerships with companies; - Partnerships with Portugal Outsourcing Association and other business associations; - Participation in events of technology, employment and business. - Reformulation of the site, social media, and more to create an integrated communication plan between all the external platforms; - Creation of specialized blog in human resources IT, cases, experiences; - Presence in media. Statement_We aim to enrich people's lives through the inspiring power of our information and technological solutions, through a new approach with action and language. We want to model behaviors and trends with our work and be a reference in each market. People. We work to the people, for the people, with the people. That is and will be our focus and clear commitement. Connect and engage the right people to the right tasks for the better use of the technology by companies and...people. Communication Plan Communication & Marketing Plan Carbon - Mobile Solutions Based on these assumptions: - The presence and the importance of mobile devices; - Our work customizes the mobile solutions connecting people and brands. Employees_ Make employees the first "ambassadors" of the company. Future employees_ Attracting talent through the challenge to carry out the excellence of our work. Students, teachers and other professionals_ constitute an a active and aggregating voice with ideas and actions. Customers_ Tell them the work that we do is an added value to their work. New customers_ show that our market experience combined with technological innovation is the difference for their businesses. Competitors_ Affirm our present and show them that we are alert and alive. Media_Publishing our work into the society, where are all the publics. CMS 10 Items or less about Ricardo Bold International 14_05_2015 Bold. Audacious; dashing; chanceful. IT Outsourcing Our branding strategy is based on this foundations: Daring_challenge the conventions, the status quo; Curious_ explore the (new) world around us; Inspiring_ presenting creative solutions; Dialoguing_ constant collaboration with customers; Close_in the relationship with our audiences. Communication & Marketing Plan Diamond - Marketing Digital Actions_ - Presentation based on storytelling techniques in the form of application or mobile website. - Reformulation of graphic language and text of the site and social media; - Presence in the media with new actions, projects developed, opinion pieces, showing what we are doing; - Gamification; - Use the Mobile Edge to do these and other actions. Bold Presentation Based on these assumptions: - The growth and digital presence in all markets. Is unthinkable not to act with a focus on digital - The correct application of this tool enhances the benefits to win in a market with so many requests, sounds, images and contents . ?


Transcript: PHILISTINES History Where did the Philistines come from? The Philistines are described as a warlike people that migrated from the Agean Basin to the southern coast of Palestine. The Bible says that they came from the island of Crete in the Mediterranean Sea. An unknown combination of social, political, and economic factors displaced peoples on the Greek mainland and Agean Islands and eastern Anatolia. Philistia The Philistines came and defeated the Hittite Empire and the city-state of Ugarit. Ultimately they wanted to settle in Egypt. King Ramesses III fought them on both land and sea. The Egyptians prevailed, forcing the Philistines to settle along the southern coast of Canaan. In the Bible Philistia was called “the land of the Philistines.” This region had great agricultural and commercial potential, but the Philistines were not satisfied with this narrow strip of land. They expanded, largely into the land allotted to Israel. The Philistines and Israelites were fierce rivals from the twelfth century until their defeat by David in 965 B.C. Five Philistine city-states were formed: Ashdod, Ashkelon, Gaza, Ekron, and Gath.They each were a “royal city” with a ruler that governed a number of “country towns”. For the next 150 years they were the most powerful entity in this part of the world, and they continued to gradually spread North, founding Tell Qasile, and East through the Jezreel valley to Beth-shan. People of War The Philistines were powerful because they had superior weapons. The Philistines had a monopoly on iron, but it wasn’t widely used until the tenth century. They were sophisticated. The tribe of Dan moved north to avoid them and Judah was under pressure to deal with them as well. The threat of the Philistines prompted Israel to ask for a king. By the time David killed Goliath, a giant from Gath, the Philistines had already moved far into Israelite territory. Culture & Religion Culture Originally called Sea Peoples Made up of Pentapolis - five city-states (Ashdod. Ashkelon, Ekrin, Gath, and Gaza Ruled by a tyrant and a royal city Heavily reflected Canaanite's culture (pottery, religion, and architecture) Religion Reflected the Canaanite's religion Worshiped Baal at Ekron (one of the five major cities Chieff god was Dagon (father of Baal) - associated only with Philistines Archaeology Most iformation was found from Excavations Bible is anachronistinc and of little value for History/Culture of Philistines Pots found are a mixture of Mycenaean, Cypriot, Egyptian, and Canaanite During the time of Iron Age Archaeology Archaeologists have found pieces of pottery painted with black and red. Archaeologists believe that the pottery in Philistia is from the settlement of the Philistines. Ashdod and Ekron have a lot of pottery, indicating substantial settling there and possibly local production of pottery. The Philistines had their own artistic culture but they readily absorbed local Canaanite and Egyptian artistic traditions. The similarity of the pottery found in Philistia to pottery found in Cyprus leads us to believe that Cyprus was the final departure point of the Philistines before immigrating. The pottery from those excavation sites is dated from the Iron Age, which is the time from King Ramesses III up to the reign of Ramesses VI. Interaction with other nations Israelites Samson Cycle: Samson’s Interactions with the Philistines - Challenge to contest of wits - Burned their fields of crops - Takes their gate and carries it away on his back - Kills thousands of them Samson is attracted to the Philistine women and marries two of them. Samson got his revenge on them when they captured him and gouged out his eyes by destroying their temple to Dagon, while many were inside worshiping their god. Philistines with the Ark of the Covenant: Fought Israel at Ebenezer and defeated them. Israel had the Ark there at Ebenezer and the Philistines captured it. The Ark caused many problems for the Philistines - When at the temple of Dagon, their idol of their god would be found face down, once with its head and hands missing. - Gath and Ekron housed the Ark, and while it was there, God sent a plague of tumors on the whole city. Interactions with Israel’s Kings: Saul - Spent most of his reign fighting against the Philistines - Ultimately died in a battle against the Philistines David - David killed Goliath, The Philistine’s champion, before he was king. (There is debate on whether or not David was the one who actually killed Goliath) - David was friendly with the Philistines when he became king. - He had Philistine men as his personal guards, in his entourage, and even had one watching the Ark of the Covenant. Solomon - The Israelites and Philistines were seemingly at peace with each other. If the kings of Israel obeyed God, they would defeat the Philistines, if not, the Philistines would overpower them. Assyrians Neo-Assyrian Empire was expanding and spreading east, it was only a matter of time before the Assyrians


Transcript: 36Now there was in Joppa a disciple named Tabitha, which, translated, means Dorcas. She was full of good works and acts of charity. 37In those days she became ill and died, and when they had washed her, they laid her in an upper room. What does this passage teach us about trusting God? Acts 9 How would you have responded to this? THE REQUEST How did God use Tabitha's restoration? Acts 9: 40-41 The "Final" Rest THE RESTORATION Someone walk us through the series of events that these passages have provided. 38Since Lydda was near Joppa, the disciples, hearing that Peter was there, sent two men to him, urging him, "Please come to us without delay." 39So Peter rose and went with them. And when he arrived, they took him to the upper room. All the widows stood beside him weeping and showing tunics and other garments that Dorcas made while she was with them. Acts 9:36-37 When you think of bold action, what images come to mind? What makes some of us avoid bold action while others embrace it? BOLD What do we learn from this passage? How do these passages inspire and encourage boldness? THE RESULTS 42And it became known throughout all Joppa, and many believed in the Lord. 43And he stayed in Joppa for many days with one Simon, a tanner. How did the believers react? 40But Peter put them all outside, and knelt down and prayed; and turning to the body he said, "Tabitha, arise." And she opened her eyes, and when she saw Peter she sat up. 41And he gave her his hand and raised her up. Then calling the saints and widows, he presented her alive. Why do you believe they summoned Peter? What can we take a way from their response? Acts 9:32-35 How were the widows expressing their greif? Acts 9:38-39 Acts 9:42-43

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Transcript: LGBTQIA+ Youth in LA County Policy Recommendations Presentation by Ezak Perez Introduction Introduction Why are LGBTQIA+ youth in LA County important? Who is doing the work to uplift LGBTQIA+ youth in LA County? Critical Issues Critical Issues Family Family Lack of acceptance by family Impacts on mental, emotional and spiritual health Lack of culturally competent resources to support LGBTQIA+ youth and their families Critical Issues Housing Housing Discrimination Shelters Foster Care Lack of Housing Critical Issues Housing Safety Safety Critical Issues Threat of violence: sexual, emotional & physical Health & Wellness Body autonomy Gender policing/Bullying Threat of state violence Police in LA County Employment Employment Discrimination in the workplace Lack of opportunities and job training accessible to LGBTQIA+ youth Limited training and education for potential employers Critical Issues Education Education Bullying/Harrassment Lack of competent LGBTQIA+ Curriculum Push outs: LGBTQIA+ youth dispportiantely targeted and impacted Critical Issues Policy Recommendations Family More resources allocated towards education for parents/guardians on LGBTQIA+ issues Work with mental health providers and spiritual leaders/places of worship Parent to Parent education model Policy Recommendations Family Housing Housing More education for LGBTQIA+ communities on tenants rights Within shelters and foster care system: specific resources dedicated to LGBTQIA+ youth staff training and accountability Increasing public awareness of intersections of housing crisis & LGBTQIA+ youth Policy Recommendations Safety Safety Funding for rapid response needs for individuals and organizations serving LGBTQIA+ Transformative Justice & Communities of Care On-going trainings for health care providers Community advisory boards, Civilian oversight boards Reallocate funds for youth programs vs. juvi/jails/prisons Policy Recommendations Education Education Resources allocated for educators, school staff, counselors Giving teachers free LGBTQIA+ curriculum throughout K-12 Trainings and funding offered to schools wanting to create a more LGBTQIA+ affirming school culture. Policy Recommendations Employment Employment Build upon existing resources for training employers Incentives offered to bus./org. that hire trans/GNC youth Fund LGBTQIA+ leadership opportunites & job trainings Create a community task force responsible for oversight & overall evaluation Policy Recommendations Closing Thoughts Closing Thoughts State Allocated funding AB2218 LGBTQIA+ organizations (by and for) LGBTQIA+ Resiliency

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