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JEA Summer Co-Op Program

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2015 Summer Co-Op Program - Applications Open February 2 - March 5 College students who will be rising sophomores, juniors or seniors, will be selected to have an opportunity to gain real world on the job experience, network with business professionals and develop valuable leadership, professional etiquette and presentation skills. The program is a 32-hour-per-week, paid, 13-week internship, lasting May 11 through August 7. Eligibility Requirements: ·Students must be a rising Sophomore, Junior or Senior ·Minimum 3.0 GPA ·Past/Current Leadership and/or organizational experience ·Preferred Majors: Engineering, Computer Information Systems, Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, Communications, Mathematics, Biology/Science, Human Resources, Public Relations, Marketing, Health Education/Health Science ·U.S. citizen or VISA eligible to work in the U.S. ·Provide current transcript an…

Mundy's Quote for the Day

Mundy's Quote for the Day Reverend Lynwood F. Mundy

Walk in Unity
4 I, therefore, the prisoner of the Lord, beseech you to walk worthy of the calling with which you were called, 2 with all lowliness and gentleness, with longsuffering, bearing with one another in love, 3 endeavoring to keep the unity of theSpirit bin the bond of peace. 4 There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called in one hope of your calling; 5 done Lord, one faith, one baptism; 6 gone God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all.

The New King James Version. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1982. Print.

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour

January 30

  Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death; that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life
        Rom. 6:4

That is the life we are called upon to live, and that is the life it is our privilege to lead; for God never gives us a call without its being a privilege, and He never gives us the privilege to come up higher without stretching out to us His hand to lift us up. Come up higher and higher into the realities and glories of the resurrection life, knowing that your life is hid with Christ in God. Shake yourself loose of every encumbrance, turn your back on every defilement, give yourself over like clay to the hands of the potter, that He may stamp upon you the fullness of His own resurrection glory, that you, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, may be changed from glory to glory as by the Spirit of the Lord.

W. Hay Aitken

January 31

  Christ is all, and in all
Col. 3:11

Spurgeon, Charles H. Morning and Evening

Morning, January 31                                              Go To Evening Reading

“The Lord our Righteousness.”
         — Jeremiah 23:6
It will always give a Christian the greatest calm, quiet, ease, and peace, to think of the perfect righteousness of Christ. How often are the saints of God downcast and sad! I do not think they ought to be. I do not think they would if they could always see their perfection in Christ. There are some who are always talking about corruption, and the depravity of the heart, and the innate evil of the soul. This is quite true, but why not go a little further, and remember that we are “perfect in Christ Jesus.” It is no wonder that those who are dwelling upon their own corruption should wear such downcast looks; but surely if we call to mind that “Christ is made unto us righteousness,” we shall be of good cheer. What though distresses afflict me, though Satan assault me, though there may be many things to be experienced before I get to heaven, those …

Connect the Testaments

January 31: Discipline
Genesis 49–50; Hebrews 12–13; Ecclesiastes 12:9–14

I was a stubborn child. When disciplined by my parents, I would sulk for hours afterward. I didn’t see discipline from my parents’ perspective—as something that would mold me into a mature, loving person.
Hebrews 12 has a lesson for people like me with a history of wallowing in self-pity when disciplined. Here, the writer of Hebrews tells us that God, a Father to us through the work of Jesus, disciplines us for our good. To emphasize this, the writer of Hebrews draws on the book of Proverbs, where the Father instructs His own Son. “My son, do not make light of the Lord’s discipline, or give up when you are corrected by him. For the Lord disciplines the one who he loves, and punishes every son whom he accepts” (Heb 12:6; compare Prov 3:11–12).

The author tells us that being disciplined is a sign of God’s love. It means He is working and active in our lives (Heb 12:8). Like a chastised child, we might not always re…