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Urban Center of Las Vegas Jobs Help Program At City Impact Center (UCLV Jobs) is making a difference!
If you need help with resumes, job interviews, job search help, training or certifications - they are a one stop shop to get you connected.
Most of the services are totally free to you too! Frank Davis & Gary Barhydt share about how they can help!
Karen Diers is City Director for Refuge for Women in Las Vegas. We talked about how to protect our kids from the cultural challenges they face in Nevada. We talked about how to teach our kids to guard their hearts and take every thought captive. We also shared some parenting advice for raising strong kids in a tough city! We also talked about her new ministry in Vegas called Refuge for Women to help woman who have been exploited.
Matthew West talks about when our kids are actually smarter than us, refilling your creativity, teaching/challenging our kids & the theme of his new album Live Forever.
Scott Herrold talked with Luke from For King & Country about taking our thoughts captive and using the platform that God gave you - regardless of how little it may feel.
John Waller talks about how Truett Cathy from Chic Fil A helped rescue him. He talks about mentors, having 9 kids and how God stretches our faith.
Derek Beauchamp & Joey Velasquez from Create LV talk about the state of our generation and how we as Christians can plug in.
Mike Weaver is always encouraging to talk to! He's the vocalist from Big Daddy Weave. We talked about how Jesus fulfilled Passover and how we don;t have to be slaves to our past. We talk about freedom! - [email protected]
Mike from Tenth Avenue North talks about the significance of Easter, teaching his girls to guard their hearts and MMA style workouts with Chris Tomlin!
David Crowder talks about crazy live action Disney movies, staying sane on a long flights and how he almost took over an insurance agency instead of doing music professionally. We talk about finding your sweet spot.
Matt Maher talks with Scott Herrold about the significance of Lent and the idea of living as Saints & Sinners.