A woman is so unhappy with the work of her contractor that she posts a scathing review on Yelp. The contractor claims he lost business because of it and is suing her. Read this article by Chris Matyszczyk on CNET News. A REMINDER WHY YOUR NON-PROFIT NEEDS A SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY.
ST. LOUIS (RNS) The Rev. Don Wester believes homilies should be practical and direct -- that they should draw a connection between the everyday struggles of parishioners and biblical truths. AN ARTICLE FOR ALL CLERGY TO REFLECT ON...I WONDER IF THEY'RE ALSO BEING TRAINED IN SOCIAL MEDIA.
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New technology will provide expectant mothers with more knowledge than ever about their unborn children. How will parents react to a pregnancy destined to produce a child with an unwanted condition? ANOTHER IN THE CATEGORY OF EVERY NEW SOLUTION PRESENTS A PROBLEM
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