Jaye’s Story: A Reason for Hope

Jaye’s Story: A Reason for Hope

(kids playing baseball) – [Jaye] When I was 16 I was at a shooting in Chester in 2008. (gun shots, kids screaming) Everyone that was there, kind of, we all hung out after and we all started getting high together, cause we didn’t want to think about things. It was pills then that I started

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6 Christians vs 1 Secret Atheist

6 Christians vs 1 Secret Atheist

Hey guys, what’s up? It’s Jason And Ian, thank you guys for watching, and we are here with our subscribers! [crowd cheers] 3 millioooooon! [crowd cheers] We hope you enjoy the video! Brandon: Tell me about a religious experience of yours, something profound. Chance: Something profound; I saw an angel once when I was like

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ONE-MINUTE ENGLISH: folks

ONE-MINUTE ENGLISH: folks

I was teaching this morning and one of my students who missed the class last week turned up early because she wanted to apologize for the fact that she wasn’t here last week. I asked what had happened to her because I wanted to check that everything was okay and she laughed and said “Ah,

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Online Learning in the School of Law

Online Learning in the School of Law

It’s the first time I’ve done anything which was online learning and I was pleasantly surprised by it by how well it works. The ability to study online is very handy. It gives a degree of flexibility to fit in amongst one’s other commitments. I’m not just the Vice Dean of the Faculty and I’m

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History of Russia Part 1

History of Russia Part 1

For thousands of years, the lands known today as Russia and Ukraine were inhabited by nomadic tribes and mysterious Bronze Age cultures. The only record they left were their graves. In the great open grasslands of the south, the steppe, they buried their chieftains beneath huge mounds called kurgans. The Ancient Greek historian Herodotus called

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Tolkien’s Great War

Tolkien’s Great War

John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, was born on the 3rd January, 1892. He and his brother Hilary, experienced a difficult childhood. When Tolkien was just four, they lost their father, Arthur, to rheumatic fever. As a widow with low income, his mother Mabel, home schooled the brothers and played a vital role in their early education

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