• Can you have a voice that sounds authoritative yet calm and pleasant?

    Sign up for 8 FREE Audio Lessons @ http://powerfulexecutivevoice.com/ and improve your voice and presentation. For personal coaching, contact Cynthia here: http://powerfulexecutivevoice.com/contact-us Remember to subscribe our channel if you enjoy the learning! [Transcript] Can you have a voice that sounds authoritative yet calm & pleasant? A lot of my clients often ask me this question, "Can I have a voice that sounds authoritative yet calm & pleasant?" Do you have the same question? Is it even possible to achieve such a seemingly contradicting result? Hi, this is Cynthia, your voice coach. You'll find out the answer in this video. Most people have 2 misconceptions about an authoritative voice: 1. An authoritative voice must be loud. But when you speak loudly, you push people away...

    published: 01 Feb 2014
  • Learning to Lead as Followers of Jesus 6: Jesus' authoritative teaching

    This series of videos was originally captured at Covenant Theological Seminary's Men's Leadership Breakfast.

    published: 18 Oct 2010
  • Want to sound like a leader? Start by saying your name right | Laura Sicola | TEDxPenn

    Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB How do we sound credible? Dr. Sicola (http://vocalimpactproductions.com/about/) shows how your vocal delivery influences how your message is received, and how to use it to your advantage. Watch Laura Sicola's talk to learn how to hone your "vocal executive presence" and make your desired vocal impact! *For more information, check out Vocal Impact Productions (http://vocalimpactproductions.com) and Dr. Sicola's YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/c/LauraSicola) channel*. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a...

    published: 05 Jun 2014
  • Authoritative Teaching a

    Authoritative Teaching a

    published: 20 Jan 2014
  • Learning to Lead as Followers of Jesus 7: Jesus' authoritative power

    This series of videos was originally captured at Covenant Theological Seminary's Men's Leadership Breakfast.

    published: 18 Oct 2010
  • Authoritative Teaching b

    Authoritative Teaching b

    published: 20 Jan 2014
  • Authoritative vs. Democratic Learning -- LS300

    Team 2's video on Authoritative vs. Democratic Learning for LS300

    published: 12 Dec 2012
  • Body Language Do's & Don'ts | Good Manners

    Watch more How to Have Good Manners videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/513549-Body-Language-Dos-and-Donts-Good-Manners Hi, I'm Faye de Muyshondt of Socialskilz, here to teach you about body language basics. So many people say that your body speaks much more loudly than your words speak and it's probably...It has quite a bit of truth. It's really important that as you speak you exhibit great body language. The most important aspects of your body language are, number one, your shoulders and where your shoulders are positioned as you speak to other people. So, your shoulders could be like this or they could be like this, and that slight change makes an enormous difference in what your body is saying about you. This little change could make me seem like I'm insecure or don't have much co...

    published: 02 Oct 2013
  • How to Be Assertive: 4 Assertive Communication Secrets

    How to be assertive? http://www.TruePotentialCounseling.com In this video Andrea Cairella, LPCC in Long Beach, CA offers 4 Assertive Communication Secrets so you can know how to be assertive in your personal and professional relationships. Assertive communication is about being confident and effectively expressing your needs to others. C'mon over to http://truepotentialcounseling.com/how-to-be-assertive-4-ways-to-assert-yourself/ where the main discussion happens after the episode! Wanting to know how to be assertive? In this video you'll learn 4 no-fail ways to assertive communication so you can start getting the respect you deserve while not disrespecting others. 1. State the Facts- Leave judgments and perceptions behind and simply state the facts by specifically describing the iss...

    published: 08 Jul 2013
  • DNS Explained

    Learn the ins and outs of how the Domain Name System (known as DNS by the cool kids), takes a name like dnsmadeeasy.com and translates it into an IP address to find content on the web. Try DNS Made Easy free for 30 days with absolutely no obligation to buy, or credit card info required: http://www.dnsmadeeasy.com/r/22

    published: 27 Feb 2012
  • Recursive and Authoritative DNS Server on Ubuntu

    In this video, we install BIND9, set up some zones, explain what recursion is, explain what authoritative is, and discuss best practices when implementing DNS.

    published: 30 May 2014
  • What Makes a Source Authoritative?

    Sue Ellen Henry, Professor of Education and Director of the Teaching and Learning Center at Bucknell University, talks about what makes a source authoritative. For more information, see the Bertrand Library's ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education page, "Authority is Constructed and Contextual": http://researchbysubject.bucknell.edu/framework/auth

    published: 15 Feb 2017
  • How to Speak with Authority

    Sign up for 3-part FREE Video Lessons @ http://powerfulexecutivevoice.com/blog/free-voice-video-online-lessons/ and improve your voice and presentation. For personal coaching, contact Cynthia here: http://powerfulexecutivevoice.com/contact-us Remember to subscribe our channel if you enjoy the learning! [Transcript] Do you find that you have great insights and expertise but your voice does not project that. Your voice makes you sound small and lack of authority. People either don’t see you as the expert in your field, or they have to spend time with you then realise you are the expert. Hi, this is Cynthia, your voice coach. The problem that your voice does not match your expertise happens to a lot of my clients. In this video, you’ll learn the 2 most important qualities of an authorit...

    published: 12 Apr 2015
  • Teach Like a Champion: Getting everyone's attention in class

    Author Doug Lemov shows how teachers use the 100% technique to get everyone's attention during a class.

    published: 29 Mar 2010
  • What's Your Parenting Style? 3 Basic Parenting Styles: Autocratic, Democratic, Permissive

    Update YOUR parenting style with our free parenting videos: http://free-online-parenting-lessons.parenting-academy.com/ What is your parenting style? Expand to find out. Here's the link to the article: http://parenting-academy.com/whats-your-parenting-style/ Today we are talking about different Parenting Styles! Your parenting style refers to the set of strategies you use to raise and discipline your children. And according to recent studies, different parenting styles tend to impact our kids in different ways. Today I'm going to talk about the three basic styles of parenting: Autocratic, Democratic, and Permissive. I'm going to describe each style, and as I do, think about what style you were raised in and then think about the style you might be raising your kids with today! First...

    published: 11 Apr 2014
  • Titus2:15a - Authoritative Teaching

    There are times when a Bible teacher needs to declare God's truth, then encourage people to obey it and where an individual refuses to submit to the word of God, rebuke them. Paul explains why this is so in this video.

    published: 08 Aug 2012
Can you have a voice that sounds authoritative yet calm and pleasant?

Can you have a voice that sounds authoritative yet calm and pleasant?

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Sign up for 8 FREE Audio Lessons @ http://powerfulexecutivevoice.com/ and improve your voice and presentation. For personal coaching, contact Cynthia here: http://powerfulexecutivevoice.com/contact-us Remember to subscribe our channel if you enjoy the learning! [Transcript] Can you have a voice that sounds authoritative yet calm & pleasant? A lot of my clients often ask me this question, "Can I have a voice that sounds authoritative yet calm & pleasant?" Do you have the same question? Is it even possible to achieve such a seemingly contradicting result? Hi, this is Cynthia, your voice coach. You'll find out the answer in this video. Most people have 2 misconceptions about an authoritative voice: 1. An authoritative voice must be loud. But when you speak loudly, you push people away. It is not pleasant. 2. An authoritative voice must be a strong voice. But when you speak in this strong voice, it is intimidating. You don't sound calm. You sound angry. An authoritative voice means, You are sure about what you say. You are the person people trust and turn to. Authority is not shown by speaking loudly or itimidating ppl. It is conveyed through the certainty in your voice and through your respect to others. How does an authoritative voice sound like? One of the best examples I can give you is actor Morgan Freeman. His voice is authoritative, yet calm and pleasant. You can have that voice, too. Of course many studies have shown that people tend to deem a deep voice as authoritative. So you've probably heard some people purposely lower their voice to sound authoritative. The problem is that voice can not last long. The key is not to have a deep voice, but a full voice, a voice that engages your whole body to project, not just your throat. When you have a full voice, not only your voice will sound deep, but also calm & pleasant. It is a natural process. You don't need to purposely lower your voice. To develop your full voice, it is through the 3 steps we mentioned in our previous video, i.e. 1. Relax to release your tension, 2. Breathe with the support of your diaphragm, 3. Develop your full resonance. If you would like to develop your full voice that sounds authoritative yet calm and pleasant, feel free to contact me. I'd be happy to work with you.
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Learning to Lead as Followers of Jesus 6: Jesus' authoritative teaching

Learning to Lead as Followers of Jesus 6: Jesus' authoritative teaching

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  • Updated: 18 Oct 2010
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This series of videos was originally captured at Covenant Theological Seminary's Men's Leadership Breakfast.
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Want to sound like a leader? Start by saying your name right | Laura Sicola | TEDxPenn

Want to sound like a leader? Start by saying your name right | Laura Sicola | TEDxPenn

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  • Updated: 05 Jun 2014
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Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB How do we sound credible? Dr. Sicola (http://vocalimpactproductions.com/about/) shows how your vocal delivery influences how your message is received, and how to use it to your advantage. Watch Laura Sicola's talk to learn how to hone your "vocal executive presence" and make your desired vocal impact! *For more information, check out Vocal Impact Productions (http://vocalimpactproductions.com) and Dr. Sicola's YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/c/LauraSicola) channel*. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Authoritative Teaching a

Authoritative Teaching a

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Learning to Lead as Followers of Jesus 7: Jesus' authoritative power

Learning to Lead as Followers of Jesus 7: Jesus' authoritative power

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This series of videos was originally captured at Covenant Theological Seminary's Men's Leadership Breakfast.
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Authoritative Teaching b

Authoritative Teaching b

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Authoritative vs. Democratic Learning -- LS300

Authoritative vs. Democratic Learning -- LS300

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Team 2's video on Authoritative vs. Democratic Learning for LS300
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Body Language Do's & Don'ts | Good Manners

Body Language Do's & Don'ts | Good Manners

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Watch more How to Have Good Manners videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/513549-Body-Language-Dos-and-Donts-Good-Manners Hi, I'm Faye de Muyshondt of Socialskilz, here to teach you about body language basics. So many people say that your body speaks much more loudly than your words speak and it's probably...It has quite a bit of truth. It's really important that as you speak you exhibit great body language. The most important aspects of your body language are, number one, your shoulders and where your shoulders are positioned as you speak to other people. So, your shoulders could be like this or they could be like this, and that slight change makes an enormous difference in what your body is saying about you. This little change could make me seem like I'm insecure or don't have much confidence, but moving my shoulders up changes the entire dynamic of how I'm coming across. Also, a really important part of your body language is your hands and what you're doing with your hands. Now, some people have a really hard time with what to do with their hands as they're speaking. If you have a hard time with it what I suggest is if you're sitting, just putting your hands in your lap or if you're standing just making sure that they're at your sides or folded in front of you. A lot of people have a hard time with playing with things, with playing with bracelets, with playing with hair, fumbling with their pockets. So, be aware as you speak next time of what your hands are doing. Where are your hands? Are they stationary? Or, you can ask someone else to make this assessment for you. Have a conversation with them and ask them to keep an eye on where your hands are during the conversation. Another important element of your body language is the fact that you need to be standing still, so if you're moving during a conversation that's going to give off the impression that you're nervous or that you're uncomfortable during the conversation. So, be sure that you're standing stationary and that you're not moving around as you're talking. And, your feet, as you're talking, you don't want to be moving your feet around or lifting up your knee or moving your feet around. You want to make sure that those are stationary as well. The whole idea is that you don't want to distract someone while they're speaking or while you're speaking. Not only is it distracting, but it can make you come across as insecure, less than confident, or even uncomfortable during a conversation. You definitely don't want to give off that impression. So, your body language speaks a great deal. You want to make sure that you have great body language as you're communicating and speaking with other people. It's probably one of the most important elements to making a good first impression.
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How to Be Assertive: 4 Assertive Communication Secrets

How to Be Assertive: 4 Assertive Communication Secrets

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How to be assertive? http://www.TruePotentialCounseling.com In this video Andrea Cairella, LPCC in Long Beach, CA offers 4 Assertive Communication Secrets so you can know how to be assertive in your personal and professional relationships. Assertive communication is about being confident and effectively expressing your needs to others. C'mon over to http://truepotentialcounseling.com/how-to-be-assertive-4-ways-to-assert-yourself/ where the main discussion happens after the episode! Wanting to know how to be assertive? In this video you'll learn 4 no-fail ways to assertive communication so you can start getting the respect you deserve while not disrespecting others. 1. State the Facts- Leave judgments and perceptions behind and simply state the facts by specifically describing the issue you are wanting to address. Assertive communication is about expressing your feelings and needs about the situation in a clear and concise manner. Use phrases like: "I want," "I don't want," instead of "You should," "You are.." 2. How to be assertive - Ask for what you want or say no clearly. Remember the other person is not a mind reader, so don't assume they are going to figure it out without you clearly specifying what you want. 3. Stay Focused- Remember maintain your position and stay focused on your objective. Don't get distracted or sidetracked. A way to stay focused is by practicing mindfulness skills where you are presently aware of the moment while leaving all judgments behind. How to be assertive with challenging people is to use the "broken record technique" where you repeat your rational point or issue you want to address. 4. Look The Part- Keep in mind if you want to be assertive you have to look assertive. To be competent and confident use a tone of voice and physical manner than exudes confidence. Make good eye contact. Avoid being overly apologetic or making statements that make you appear uncertain or self-doubting like "I don't know," or "I'm not sure." How do you use assertive communication? Tell me over on the blog. If you enjoyed this video, subscribe to our channel and sign up for your free weekly relationship and life advice at http://www.TruePotentialCounseling.com And if you're interested in more videos on relationship advice for couples, check out our YouTube playlist on that exact topic here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l30V0Fpj8w0&feature=share&list=PLgoDbXJ8GI0sE1jaBD5Z0kJTKljBZ4Aub Thanks for watching! My YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/peakpotentialtherapy How to be assertive on my website: http://truepotentialcounseling.com/how-to-be-assertive-4-ways-to-assert-yourself/ How to be assertive on YouTube: http://youtu.be/YJgE3d2gCEQ
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DNS Explained

DNS Explained

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Learn the ins and outs of how the Domain Name System (known as DNS by the cool kids), takes a name like dnsmadeeasy.com and translates it into an IP address to find content on the web. Try DNS Made Easy free for 30 days with absolutely no obligation to buy, or credit card info required: http://www.dnsmadeeasy.com/r/22
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Recursive and Authoritative DNS Server on Ubuntu

Recursive and Authoritative DNS Server on Ubuntu

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In this video, we install BIND9, set up some zones, explain what recursion is, explain what authoritative is, and discuss best practices when implementing DNS.
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What Makes a Source Authoritative?

What Makes a Source Authoritative?

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Sue Ellen Henry, Professor of Education and Director of the Teaching and Learning Center at Bucknell University, talks about what makes a source authoritative. For more information, see the Bertrand Library's ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education page, "Authority is Constructed and Contextual": http://researchbysubject.bucknell.edu/framework/auth
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How to Speak with Authority

How to Speak with Authority

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Sign up for 3-part FREE Video Lessons @ http://powerfulexecutivevoice.com/blog/free-voice-video-online-lessons/ and improve your voice and presentation. For personal coaching, contact Cynthia here: http://powerfulexecutivevoice.com/contact-us Remember to subscribe our channel if you enjoy the learning! [Transcript] Do you find that you have great insights and expertise but your voice does not project that. Your voice makes you sound small and lack of authority. People either don’t see you as the expert in your field, or they have to spend time with you then realise you are the expert. Hi, this is Cynthia, your voice coach. The problem that your voice does not match your expertise happens to a lot of my clients. In this video, you’ll learn the 2 most important qualities of an authoritative voice. 1. Depth Many of my clients said, I want to develop a deep voice, because a deep voice projects more authority. That’s true. Many researches show that people tend to relate a deep voice with authority, credibility, trustworthiness, and better leadership. A research done by Duke University and University of California showed that a decrease of 25% in voice pitch (22.1 Hz) is associated with an increase of $187,000 in annual salary. Moreover, CEOs with deeper voices also manage larger firms and enjoy longer tenures. Don’t forget that the Iron Lady MT also went through voice training to drop her screechy voice to a deeper voice in order to project authority as a female leader. No wonder so many people want to have a deeper voice. But the most common mistake made by my clients before they had met me was to purposely lower their voice. This is not only a wrong way to getting a deep voice, but also damaging to your voice cords. The right way to developing your deep voice is to use your full body to project your voice, i.e. to develop your full voice, when your voice is full, it’ll get deep by itself. For ladies, if your voice is soft, a full voice will also build up the strength in your voice and make you get heard clearly. I talked about the 3 steps to develop your full voice in the previous video, you can check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xkRiD23c1ac 2. Clarity For many of my clients who have clarity issues, this is how they speak. They don’t open their mouth much as if they were tired or talking to themselves. This is such a common problem in my clients. Many people don’t even realise they have this problem. They knew people often asked them to repeat themselves and they thought it was because they have a soft voice. They didn’t realise it until i ask them to do this one thing. You are going to try it. It is: to talk to yourself into the mirror and see how much movement you have around this area. To solve the problem, two steps to help you: one is to activate your facial muscles. If you are mumbling, you don’t move the muscles much. Exercises. 2nd step is to move it more when you speak. You’ll need a prop for this. I’ll use the lip gloss as mine. Put this in between your teeth while speaking. Some of my clients said, “I find people who speak with a deep and clear voice have advantages, even when they talk rubbish, others will still listen.” I certainly don’t support that you talk non sense. But you don’t want your voice to fall behind your talent, your insight and your expertise. Work on your voice to let it really reflect who you are. If you think this video may help your friends who experience similar frustrations, share the video with them. If you haven’t signed up for the 3-part FREE voice video lessons to help you develop a full voice, visit my website and you can find the sign up form there. Let me know what voice questions you have in the comment and I’ll try my best to answer them in future videos. Until next time ...
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Teach Like a Champion: Getting everyone's attention in class

Teach Like a Champion: Getting everyone's attention in class

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Author Doug Lemov shows how teachers use the 100% technique to get everyone's attention during a class.
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What's Your Parenting Style? 3 Basic Parenting Styles: Autocratic, Democratic, Permissive

What's Your Parenting Style? 3 Basic Parenting Styles: Autocratic, Democratic, Permissive

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Update YOUR parenting style with our free parenting videos: http://free-online-parenting-lessons.parenting-academy.com/ What is your parenting style? Expand to find out. Here's the link to the article: http://parenting-academy.com/whats-your-parenting-style/ Today we are talking about different Parenting Styles! Your parenting style refers to the set of strategies you use to raise and discipline your children. And according to recent studies, different parenting styles tend to impact our kids in different ways. Today I'm going to talk about the three basic styles of parenting: Autocratic, Democratic, and Permissive. I'm going to describe each style, and as I do, think about what style you were raised in and then think about the style you might be raising your kids with today! First style is AUTOCRATIC PARENTING: Autocratic parents love rules. They're often very strict about these rules and don't really feel the need to explain the reasoning behind them. If their children fail to obey, they are punished. What an autocratic parent says is the law and a child has little to no input. An autocratic parent's motto is, "Because I said so." Studies have shown that kids raised in an autocratic style tend to be obedient and competent, but they rank lower in happiness , social skills, and confidence. Then there's DEMOCRATIC PARENTING: Democratic parents like rules too, but as the name would imply-- they are more responsive to their kids questions, are more willling to work together with their children toward solutions. When expectations are not met, a democratic parent will coach their kids toward the desired behavior, rather than punishing them until expectations are met. Democratic parents are both firm and kind. A democratic parent's motto would be, "How can we make this work for both of us?" Children raised by democratic parents tend to be happy, capable. and successful, according to some studies. The third basic style of parenting is PERMISSIVE. Permissive parents don't really have any rules for their children. They do not discipline their kids and in fact avoid confrontation with their own children. Although they can appear outwardly very nurturing,, they are often indulgent and have low expectations of their children's ability to be mature and exercise self-control. A permissive parent's motto would be, "I want to be my child's best friend!" According to some studies, kids with permissive parents often perform poorly in school and demonstrate poor self-regulation. And despite their parents attempts to keep them happy, often rank lower in happiness as well. Is one style of parenting better than another? Here at Parenting-Academy.com, we definitely favor the democratic style of parenting, and that's what we think we should strive for. But in reality, moms and dads are kind of a mixture of styles. I'm a mostly democratic parent with autocratic tendencies about certain things, probably because I was raised by autocratic parents. Even within the same family, you'll often see different parenting style. What Parenting Style do you use? Are you a combination of styles? Do you agree with the results of some these studies? Let me know in the comments section below! If you're interested in learning more about Positive Parenting, we invite you to check out two of our positive parenting courses. Positive Discipline Online Class: http://online-class.positivediscipline.com/sp/27375-the-positive-discipline-online-class Redirecting Children's Behavior Online Course: http://www.redirectingchildrensbehavioronlinecourse.com/sp/12080-redirecting-childrens-behavior-online-class-piyh Or sign up to receive FREE video clips straight from our catalog of positive parenting online classes. http://free-online-parenting-lessons.parenting-academy.com/ Remember, there's no such thing as a perfect parent, but a million ways to be a great one! Check out Parenting-Academy.com for more ways to be a positively great parent. Subscribe! Parenting-Academy.com Please give me a thumbs up, comment, and subscribe! Remember, there's no such thing as a perfect parent, but a million ways to be a great one! Check out Parenting-Academy.com for more ways to be a positively great parent.
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Titus2:15a  - Authoritative Teaching

Titus2:15a - Authoritative Teaching

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There are times when a Bible teacher needs to declare God's truth, then encourage people to obey it and where an individual refuses to submit to the word of God, rebuke them. Paul explains why this is so in this video.
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