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The Salinas Police Department is committed to group violence reduction strategies. This is a great opportunity to hear Dr. Kennedy, the architect of Boston Ceasefire, share his vision for youth violence prevention and how group violence reduction strategies are working on a national scale. His presentation will inform you on national trends and will help you understand our local efforts and the role you may play.
Dr. Kennedy will be at the World Theater, CSUMB on Friday, March 28. There is no cost for admission. More info and registration is at:
http://news.csumb.edu/news/2014/mar/6/one-mans-fight-stop-street-violence. I hope to see you there.
Kelly J. McMillin
Chief of Police
“I knew a man who grabbed a cat by the tail and learned forty percent more about cats than the man who didn’t.”
~ Mark Twain
Twain’s witticism carries some truth about leadership: 1) we learn leadership from being in close proximity to it, and 2) we learn leadership through memorable experiences.
LEADERSHIP UP CLOSE
In former times, people learned a trade or profession by apprenticing under a master craftsman. The student would follow the craftsmen everywhere, observing his work, asking questions about his methods, and then practicing the craft under his watchful eye.
In case you have not heard - the kind of bi-annual complimentary banquet is coming soon and I would like to invite YOU and your friends to have a lovely evening atop the Marriott downtown Monterey. (free parking after 6 in the city lots between Pacific and Calle Principal.) Try to arrive at 6:45
- PLEASE -RSVP with me or the 800 number by Sunday afternoon -March 23
Here is a web link for the video promo if you would like to watch or share it with your church -
Let me know if you have questions - I would love there to be 200 Christians to enjoy hearing and seeing what God is doing -
Volunteer Chair, CEF of N. CA, Monterey County Chapter
I DON'T CARE TOO MUCH for birthdays-at least not mine. They used to be fun, but today they are harsh reminders that I don't look 30 anymore. Time has passed. The carefree days of youth have been replaced by the pressures of adulthood. We spend our younger years craving maturity, but when we attain it we suddenly realize we don't want the gray hair, the slowed metabolism or the aches and pains that come with age. Read More
Greg Kernaghan, a writer for OM International, travelled through the Middle East in November 2013. He observed and listened to the hearts of Christian workers who have invested decades in understanding and loving their Arab neighbours. Greg writes this collection of stories from the perspective of the OM workers in the Middle East, in their own words, fastidiously avoiding using real names and places so that the story itself may be told widely.
We’re hearing of women and whole families coming to Christ, which is significant. Normally we would know of individual men but, as the culture places such importance on the family unit, this is a major step forward.
One girl is writing hymns and posting them on the Internet. That was where she learnt of Christ and has “met” workers, although she has yet to meet other Christians face to face. Two of her sisters also believe in Christ. A Bahraini across the country is gifted in playing local Arabic instruments. He puts her hymns to music and posts them on YouTube.