Business in Seven Oaks - Bakersfield, CA

Sermon: The Pentateuch Series II, Part 10: The Challenge to the Kingdom, from the The Pentateuch Series II sermon series by Steve Swartz (May 19, 2019)

Sermon: The Triumphant Christian Life, Part 4: A Church-Filled Life, from the The Triumphant Christian Life sermon series by Steve Swartz (May 19, 2019)

Upgrading your home can go a very long way when it's time to sell. Most buyers are looking for a move-in ready home that has been updated to match the current trends. The scope of the projects you may want to take on, depend on how soon you plan to sell your Mint Hills home. Selling Within 3 to 6 Months If you're planning to sell your home within the next three to six months, you want to avoid any huge upgrades. Make…

Sermon: The Triumphant Christian Life, Part 3: A Gratitude-Filled Life, from the The Triumphant Christian Life sermon series by Steve Swartz (May 12, 2019)

Doctors thought Steph Hammerman would never walk or talk. Now she has opened her own CrossFit gym.

ASI's BASI and MASI Certification Programs are recognized as credentials of promotional products expertise and specialty marketing. ASI Central members are provided all the educational resources they need to succeed.

A nightclub is to throw open its dancefloor and stage a unique event for those living with disabilities.

Point Loma Nazarene pitcher Zack Noll was voted 2019 PacWest Pitcher of the Year, while also being named to Division II All-West Region team.

A photo showing seemingly healthy Thais stuffing themselves into an MRT station elevator — which are prioritized for commuters with disabilities — while a man in a wheelchair is forced to wait has gone viral, prompting an online discussion about the state of disability rights in the kingdom. That there is a scarcity of compassion ...

The home you have lived in and loved may prove to be a problem for you in your golden years if you have stairs. However, you may be reluctant to

The Monterey-based developer whose student housing proposal sparked a neighborhood outcry around the proposed site at Coffee Road and Stockdale Highway has apparently abandoned the project.

Wheelchair user Nick Bishop explores the accessibility of Premier League football clubs across the UK. Find out which are the most accessible football stadiums, and what some need to do to meet accessibility requirements.

Wheelchair user Derry Felton, who has Spinal Muscular Atrophy, shares his experience of travelling to and around Vienna and Bratislava. Read on to discover how accessible these cities are to wheelchair users.

When it comes to weekends, the main thing that separates successful people from unsuccessful people is mindfulness.

With any disability, there are annoyances and frustrations most other people wouldn't understand. It's the same if you have a hearing impairment. Here, we round up 10 things that only someone with a hearing impairment would know.

Have you seen many disabled characters in kids' films or animations? Our writer Raya has rounded up 10 characters with disabilities in animations and kids' films - some portrayed positively, and some not.

Bad automotive decisions abound, like Ford killing the Ranger, Ford killing the Bronco, Ford killing its car business...but we digress. Many other manufacturers made horrendous product decisions over the years. It's hard to remember how big a gamble the Miata was for Mazda. It could've just as easil

“Singleness is a gift.” I had heard it one million times. I was lonely and I was afraid I would be single forever. I felt like my feelings were invalid or uncalled for because I was ungrateful for this “gift.”

You can take control and actually take the fear out of getting feedback at work. Here's how to make it happen to your advantage

A 13-year-old girl launches a petition for the sign communication tool to be taught in Wales' schools.

The 20-member Lions Branch Club at SJVC's Ontario campus recently raised $300 – enough to fill 20 Easter Baskets with kid-friendly treats. Read more.

PLNU student Natalie Martyn shares a video journal of her college experiences over the past year.

Forty-one percent of companies reported they will automate tasks over the next two years, with areas of manufacturing and production leading the way in terms of anticipating the most change. For you the action to take is to start thinking of areas where your job could be automated. Automation typically applies to independent, repetitive, and very physical or precision-based tasks
Employers that automate their processes actually…

Over the weekend, RMC Owner Jim Scarff treated 200 Paradise, CA students to an Oakland A's Major League Baseball game.

Anthony Romo, SJVC's Vice President of Enrollment and Graduate Services, recently accepted the award on behalf of SJVC. Read more.

You can actually avoid rework by tracking rework—this could be as simple as attaching notes to the schedule wherever rework crops up.

Remarks like these reveal so much about non-disabled people’s perceptions
Aisling Glynn
Updated: Tue, Apr 30, 2019, 16:13
Aisling Glynn and her dog Gina: ‘These are the type of comments and questions you tend to brush off’
I remember getting a phone call asking if I’d be interested in writing a column about living with a disability for The Irish Times. I like writing, so I was definitely interested. But, writing about living with a disability. Writing about life as a disabled person…

As the Winter Paralympics 2018 close, we show you how you can get involved in sport, from disabled table tennis to para-cycling.

We often underestimate what music can do for us in terms of productivity. But why is music so important for your motivation? Let’s find out.

A health club just wouldn’t be complete without fun group classes and activities. Across all of our locations, we offer a wide variety of fitness classes and activities for you to enjoy. Get a free pass at In-Shape!

Decadent chocolate, fine wines, craft beers, and delicious entrees were bestowed upon all who attended the Chocolate, Wine and Brew Gala Benefit Dinner