Oliver Peoples

23 Apr 19
A World Surrounded By Words

Hey everyone! I’m back with week 2 of the ABC Book Challenge. I’ve seen so many people do this on different blogs and it looked like a lot of fun so I thought I’d share my own memorable books! Week 2’s letter is “B”. Memorable Book That Starts With “B” Broken Things by Lauren Oliver […]

23 Apr 19
FuzzyRants

★★★☆☆ (3/5) Perhaps back in the day when this book was published, unusual cases related to mental conditions and neuroscience were largely unheard of – which accounts for the immense popularity of this book. Now knowledge, understanding and acceptability regarding such issues has been mainstreamed, primarily through films which did eventually wane my initial excitement […]

23 Apr 19
Oliver Bergh

Holy Saturday has only one Bible Verse that directly address the day: “On the Sabbath they rested according to the commandment.” ~ Luke 23:56b, ESV. Of course, Holy Saturday is an obvious idea that is implicit in all the discourse about the “three days.” Jesus died on a Friday, rose on a Sunday. He spent the Saturday […]

23 Apr 19
Bookish Connoisseur

It’s a new week, and that means new books! And all of these books have a special book birthday because they share the day with my oldest son who turns 9 today! So a very special happy book birthday to each of these lovely books. Which ones are you planning on reading? The Mother-In-Law by […]

23 Apr 19
DC Scouting

We are now in the final days before the 2019 NFL draft. The night that I’ve spent hundreds of hours preparing for since June of 2018. During that time, I have amassed 260 scouting reports which hopefully you’ve all gotten a chance to read at this point. This Big Board will cover my top 200 […]

23 Apr 19
LIVE & LOCAL - BLOG

Actor and writer Nicholas Collett loves rural touring: ‘You find yourself in vastly different places; touring in the Lebanon just after the war finished in 1995 and meeting different people, mainly him bumping into Robert Plant from Led Zeppelin while touring in the Highlands. Memorable for different reasons!’ These are the everyday experiences that rural […]

23 Apr 19
Ace Newsroom Live

mypositiveoutlooks.com Farah R. | Positive Outlook Staff from the animal rescue site have shared photos of one shelter dog who developed a strange habit of carrying his food bowl around everywhere he went, and the pictures will surely capture your heart! A dog named Oliver was found as a stray in Memphis, Tennessee after he […]

23 Apr 19
"OUR WORLD"

mypositiveoutlooks.com Farah R. | Positive Outlook Staff from the animal rescue site have shared photos of one shelter dog who developed a strange habit of carrying his food bowl around everywhere he went, and the pictures will surely capture your heart! A dog named Oliver was found as a stray in Memphis, Tennessee after he […]

23 Apr 19
789 Media

The 2019 NFL Draft is almost upon us. That makes this Mock Draft season! This year’s draft appears to be deep at the defensive line and wide receiver position, while it is considered to be one of the weaker crops of quarterbacks and running backs than in recent seasons. Despite that, I believe several signal […]

23 Apr 19
iCoachLife

Last week, we talked about Resurrection power in our lives today and what it looks like to live each day with the death-conquering spirit that Jesus died to give us. Realizing that the Holy Spirit is within us, is one thing…but then what? How do we maintain a “death-defeating” mindset beyond Easter Sunday? How do […]

23 Apr 19
Lori's E-Musings

Welcome back to the second half of session for students from both subjects! Week 8 of session finds both subjects exploring the concept of leadership in different ways.  ETL401 students are looking at collaborative practice and curriculum design, and ETL504 students are learning to lead in the 21st century and what this looks like in a […]

23 Apr 19
Full Press Coverage

With the draft only a few days away, let’s look at three scenarios that may happen with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ pick at fifth overall. Scenario One The Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Devin White. The buzz around this pick has been getting stronger as the draft gets closer. I have seen about 50 mock drafts […]

23 Apr 19
The Australian

Labor says the Coalition has cut billions of dollars from schools and hospitals.

23 Apr 19
College Sports, Lifestyle, Breaking News & Videos | Campus Sports

The Oakland Raiders are the most intriguing team in the 2019 NFL Draft. They have three first-round picks and all their scouts were sent home by head coach Jon Gruden and GM Mike Mayock. The Raiders have the fourth pick in the draft and are looking to take a defensive lineman there, according to ESPN’s […]

23 Apr 19
Books and (Re)views

When I was getting my Masters of Theology the Reformation was one of my main areas of focus, with particular emphasis on Luther’s Reformation in Germany. The courses I took on the Reformation centered mostly on the movement as it began with Luther and spent time on figures like John Calvin and Huldrych Zwingli, who […]