Today’s Biblia.com’s verse of the day is Proverbs 14:12. There is a way which seems right to a man, But its end is the way of death. – Proverbs 14:12 I like this verse because its meaning is pretty much the center of what …
San Diego is one of the largest cities in United States of America and it is ranked second in California. It is located near the Mexican border in southern California. This city is well known for its sporting events, baseball being the most watched sport there. They have their own team known as San Diego Padres which one of the best teams in Major League Baseball.Read More
Chula Marina is located In San Diego at the southern Bay. From the town to Chula Vista Marina takes not more than 7 minutes. Haven is the next or neighboring Island that too acts like an attractive feature. Basically, this is a nice place to be with all kinds of activities related to the boat world and others.Read More
San Diego airport is an international airport connected to more than fifty nonstop destinations throughout the world. This has facilitated the airport in serving more than 17 million people every year. The reason for increased number of flights in this airport is because San Diego business and tourism sectors have grown significantly. The airport has expanded its daily nonstop flights to London and Mexico. This has brought economic growth with the airport indicating more than 150 million US dollars every year. This has resulted to maximum customer satisfaction with the airport indicating more than 80% customer satisfaction in 2008. Satisfaction rate is monitoring through customers survey which involve collection of customer’s comments. To ensure more efficiency in the airport, feedbacks from volunteer airport Ambassador Programs and monthly airport services quality survey are analyzed to determine how the customers feel about San Diego airport flights.Read More
Tourism is one of the most growing activities in San Diego due to the support from the government and the citizens, not forgetting the many interesting activities that attract both local and international tourists.All in all everyone has a right to tour San Diego as long as they comply with the law.
The things offered in San Diego will leave you busy all through with wide range of attractions, many recreational centers, different culture community, different sightseeing not forgetting the most important restaurants offering just what you would wish to have.
Below are 9 examples of interesting things to do in San Diego;Read More
Whether it is a first time visit from out of state, or if you are a local, that lives a few miles or hours away, there are several great activities that you can take on in San Diego. Depending on who you are visiting with, what you enjoy, what kind of sites you want to see, and how much time you are in the city, you can find several great activities to enjoy, and best of all, you will not have to spend a cent when you are trying to enjoy these many great events and sites in San Diego.Read More
The second largest city of California in the United States is San Diego. The city is first inhabited by Europeans and later on many people settled here. Here Mayor council type of government is running with thick population at present. Excellent monuments, parks, museums, theaters, clubs, heritage buildings and churches make the city an exemplary traveling destination for the world people. Every year the tourist inflow is commendable and the size is increasing tremendously.Read More
So, you’ve been to San Diego a lot of times? And, you have visited all its wonderful tourist attractions. But, did you also happen to visit and discover its “unusual” sites? Places which are considered unique, but equally fascinating and certainly, may be well worth your time. Let’s take a look at 5 of them.Read More
Mission Unstoppable | The Book of Acts | 12:1-13:3 | Pastor Duane Smets This an exegetical and expository sermon on Acts 12:1-13:3. It covers the issue of mission and how despite the reality of setbacks the Gospel still moves forward. The sermon specifically looks at the role of prayer, the rescuing work of God and why God [...]
In the past week or so, I have been pretty outspoken with my criticism and frustration over the KONY2012 campaign. I have not been alone. Organizations and people all over the world have put them under an insane amount of scrutiny.
In light of these recent developments, I have seen many connect what happened today with the problems with the campaign. I believe this is wrong. My problems have been on a philosophical and pragmatic level along with some suspicion over the money.
But, while trying to avoid being an armchair psychologist, what seems to have happened is the man may have suffered a psychological breakdown. I don’t know how I would handle such pressures if I ever championed a cause. As someone who has struggled and continues to struggle with substance abuse, I’m pretty sure I’d do worse. I am not sure of his history with substance abuse nor am I making any accusations, but I believe this is the result of deep seated fissures exploding from the pressures.
I have quickly responded to many of the pro-KONY2012 posts those in my social media networks with links to criticisms or my own thoughts. I would like to call others to now respond to the harmful and mean posts regarding his breakdown with a call to kindness and/or prayer. Donald Miller puts it better than I here.
I hope the best for him and his family.Read More