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(1)R EPEALS .—

(A)I N GENERAL .—Sections 332(a), 332(b), 332(d), 333, 334, and 336 of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 ( Bella Vita Womens Define Dress Pump Camo Fabric jFoP6
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(B)C LERICAL AMENDMENT .—The items relating to sections 333, 334, and 336 of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 ( CafePress Pomeranian IAAM Flip Flops Funny Thong Sandals Beach Sandals Pink c0hu5Td6O
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(2)P ENALTIES .—Section 46301 of title 49, United States Code, is amended—

(A) in subsection (a)—

(i) in paragraph (1)(A) by inserting “chapter 455,” after “chapter 451,”; and

(ii) in paragraph (5)(A)(i) by striking “or chapter 451,” and inserting “chapter 451, chapter 455,”;

(B) in subsection (d)(2) by inserting “chapter 455,” after “chapter 451,”; and

(C) in subsection (f)(1)(A)(i) by striking “or chapter 451” and inserting “chapter 451, or chapter 455”.

(3)C LERICAL AMENDMENT .—The analysis for subtitle VII of title 49, United States Code, is amended by inserting after the item relating to chapter 453 the following:


(a) Extension Of Program .—Section 332(c)(1) of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 ( 49 U.S.C. 40101 note) is amended by striking “September 30, 2019” and inserting “the date that is 6 years after the date of enactment of the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018”.

(b) Sense-And-Avoid And Beyond Line Of Sight Systems At Test Ranges .—

(1)I N GENERAL .—To the extent consistent with aviation safety, the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration shall permit and encourage flights of unmanned aircraft equipped with sense-and-avoid and beyond line of sight systems at the 6 test ranges designated under section 332(c) of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012.

(2)W AIVERS .—In carrying out paragraph (1), the Administrator may waive the requirements of section 44711 of title 49, United States Code, including related regulations, to the extent consistent with aviation safety.

(c) Test Range Defined .—

(1)I N GENERAL .—In this section, the term “test range” means a defined geographic area where research and development are conducted as authorized by the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration.

(2)I NCLUSIONS .—Such term includes any of the 6 test ranges established by the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration under section 332(c) of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012, as in effect on the day before the date of enactment of this subsection, and any public entity authorized by the Federal Aviation Administration as an unmanned aircraft system flight test center before January 1, 2009.

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Senior Mentor, Mission Commission World Evangelical Alliance Austin, Texas

Foreword—David Tai Woong Lee

Foreword—William D. Taylor

Preface—Steve Sang-Cheol Moon


1. The Korean Missionary Movement: Dynamics and Trends, 1988–2013

2. Missions from Korea: Minitrends and Issues (2006–2013)

3. Missions from Korea 2013: Microtrends and Finance

4. The Korean Missionary Movement in a Global Age (2000)

5. The Recent Korean Missionary Movement: A Record of Growth, and More Growth Needed

6. The Protestant Missionary Movement in Korea: Current Growth and Development

7. The Korean Missionary Movement and Leadership Issues (2008)

8. Missions from Korea 2012: Slowdown and Maturation

9. Missions from Korea 2014: Missionary Children


10. Missionary Attrition in Korea: Opinions of Agency Executives

11. Glocalizing Korean Missions (2007)

12. The Performance Level of Korean Missionaries in Turkey (2007)

13. The Leadership Styles of Korean Missionaries

14. Partnership in Korean Missions (2010)

15. Multifaceted Global Partnership: The Case of the Korea Research Institute for Mission

16. Missional Accountability in Korean Contexts

17. The Promise, Limitation, and Future of Empirical Research in Missions

18. Missionary Families and Korean Mission Finance: Realities and Concerns

19. The Korean Hostage Incident: Seven Lessons Learned David Tai Woong Lee and Steve Sang-Cheol Moon

20. The Place and Function of Research in Contexts of Suffering, Persecution, and Martyrdom

21. Korean Missionary Children and Their Educational Needs

22. Korea and the Middle East: Religious Encounters

23. The Educational Ministries of Korean Missionaries




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The Hadith have long been neglected by Christians, yet they may hold the key to reaching Muslims with the good news of Jesus Christ. In this ground-breaking book, the earliest traditions of Islam are assessed from a biblical perspective. Insights into the Islamic worldview and potential springboards to Christian truth are uncovered along the way. For those contextualizing the gospel to Muslim friends and colleagues, this book seeks for concord and connection with Muslim thinking, while maintaining a clear commitment to Jesus Christ and his gospel.

A monumental work, providing an impressive amount of information about what the Hadith is all about. Most importantly from a missiological perspective, it brings out numerous bridges for Christian witness. It is an in-depth study.”

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This week on Intersection, we bring you excerpts from author Junot Díaz'sJan. 22 talk at MU.

Díaz won the 2008 Pulitzer prize for his first novel, "The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao.” He received a MacArthur 'Genius' Fellowship and co-founded the Voices of Our National Arts Foundation, which holds workshops for writers of color. He is a professor of writing at MIT.

Díaz immigrated from the Dominican Republic to the United State when he was six. In his literary work and activism, he tackles issues including immigration, assimilation and oppression.

His speech was part of the MU Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. event. During the talk, Díaz spoke about white supremacy, the role of artists and the lasting effects of slavery.

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Today, we're talking with three mid-Missouri authors - Mary Collins Barile, David Crespy and Brian Katcher. They've written plays, books on local folklore and young adult novels.

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It’s been more than two years since the protests at the University of Missouri. In 2015, the university was at the center of a national conversation on race relations and student activism.

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I’m going crazy with creativity as ive been rather dwn beaten or too tied up with family matters for years now i have time for myself im going crazy with many creative activities but soooo much i struggle to sleep last night i think i had a seizure in my sleep i always know when ive had one because of the aftermath symptoms that follow one …ive been having a few funny doo’s on an off for the last twelve months theres been a lot of stress in the family with one thing an another but things now have seetled dwn in that department now i just have this overwhelming feeling of doing my art i have 6 projects on the go an sometimes become very confused an not know what to do first .. so i will try writing these challenges down an before i sleep do my deep breathing … i’m very happy doing sll these creative things but get over excited an can’t sleep an when i do occasionally have these strange doo’s in my sleep … i had epillepsi diagnosed 1982 but refuse medication for them as they are quite rare but have been more frequent this last 12 months as i stated previously i’m 52 in August so im going through the change lol thank u for the tips i will tell myself they do not have to be finished today an i just go back to each project alternitivley an rotate it …xxxx

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Jenny, what a great article, thank you! I experience the same to the point where I sink back into the familiar, or hide totally from my ideas via browsing Facebook or watching Netflix. I’m an escapist of the overwhelm. In the end, I know it does the opposite of anything productive, and I need to change that behavior, as I have many righteous ideas swimming around up there. They just all want out of the pool. Of course, I have told myself many times to write everything down, and I do it for awhile, but then I stop.

I have so many creative endeavors on the go, from dabbly to serious. On the serious side, I make and sell lampwork beads, and am beginning teaching same. This is my main income ATM. I also make and sell some jewelry with them. Now, I’ve taken an interest in silversmithing, and am driven to learn and create. In doing this, my beadmaking gets less passion and focus, and the silver isn’t quite salable yet, so my income ultimately suffers. Yet, I know I do want to improve, and sell, and I can’t do that without giving it my mind and energy. Writing is another area in which the ideas are constant, yet varied in subject, and I get that stone in the gut feeling of ‘where to begin?’ I totally relate to Kelly Pietrangeli, whose amaze-balls ideas are in constant battle for pole position. That is my life, and in the end, it feels like nothing gets done.

Meanwhile, I am struggling financially, and all kinds of other ideas are brewing all the time, on how to fix that. They are mostly very neat and creative, but sometimes the overwhelm involved in making one idea become reality, and successful, is stressful, and I find a way to dismiss it… for awhile. They always come back, so I know they want out of the pool and into the sunlight.

Everyone here has written some great ideas, and I will certainly be putting some to use, starting with the note taking. New notebook app downloading right now. Starting fresh.


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