Mary Wickman, B.S.N.,Ph.d is the director of Vanguard’s nursing program and has presented widely at conferences and is published in nursing journals. Mary’s most recent article published in The Journal of Advanced Nursing (JAN) is a world-leading international peer reviewed Journal. JAN targets readers who are committed to advancing practice and professional development on the […]
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COOL SCHOOLS By Kedric Francis COAST MAGAZINE Education is one of the pillars of philanthropy in Orange County, with fundraisers, galas and parties for public and private programs key components of the social whirl. The big guns get most of the attention, including Chapman U., UCI, OCHSA, and CSF. But community colleges and smaller schools […]
Miracles in Mozambique: How Mama Heidi Reaches the Abandoned Christianity Today by Tim Stafford “I want anybody who is deaf to come to the front. Anybody who can’t hear. God is going to heal tonight.” Heidi Baker, with short, swept-back blond hair, hawk-like blue eyes, and Teutonic features, speaks over a powerful sound system into […]
(To read Part One of this interview please click here) With this blog post, we continue to report on Joe Gorra’s interview with pentecostal-evangelical scholar, Gary Tyra, regarding the contribution and implications of his book, The Holy Spirit in Mission, which J.P.Moreland endorsed here: JG: I am hungry to read biblical and theological works that […]
Concert violinist Ellen Jung will be one of the featured soloists on May 6 at the “Spring Concert” of the Laguna Woods Village Symphony and members of the Saddleback College Emeritus Institute Symphony Orchestra. Maestra Valerie Geller has prepared an entertaining concert program featuring the popular music themes from Bizet’s opera “Carmen.” The evening’s program […]