Fearless

James Garton, Beckley, West Virginia, USA Shofarpro@outlook.com  2 CORINTHIANS 3:6 KJV0gbonnah Joseph Iyke Ikechukwu, Festac , Lagos, Nigeria, Iyke4elo@Gmail.Com AN ALCOHOLIC

Jerry Samuel Gbenga, Cotonou, Littoral, Benin Republic pastorjerry4life@gmail.com  IF YOU HAD ONLY ONE BOOK OF THE BIBLE TO GIVE TO A NEW CONVERT

GENDER DIVERSITY IN THE WORKPLACE AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR CHANGE Shon Sandifar, DTech, Purdue University

AN ETHICAL APPROACH TO A GROWING CRISIS IN LEADERSHIP Gabe Goldstein, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA

James Garton, Beckley, West Virginia, USA Shofarpro@outlook.com  2 CORINTHIANS 3:6 KJV

Dr. Rudolph Kusangaya, Harare, Zimbabwe : rkusangaya@yahoo.com MY PLANS FOR THE FUTURE

Robert Chisholm Geddes, Bedworth, Warwickshire,: United Kingdom bobandpauline912@btinternet.com BUT AS SURELY AS GOD IS FAITHFUL

James Garton, Beckley, West Virginia, USA Shofarpro@outlook.com BEING MADE SO MUCH BETTER THAN THE ANGELS

THIRTY YEARS ON: A TIME FOR REFLECTION  Dr. Kathleen Kreamelmeyer  is a faculty member in the Elementary Education Department, Teachers College, Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Kreamelmeyer primarily teaches the cultural diversity class at BSU and has been nominated three times for the university Distinguished Teaching Award and was recently awarded the Outstanding Teaching Award in the Elementary Education Department. She earned a doctorate in education from Arizona State University and has been an educator for over twenty-five years, including time as an elementary teacher in London, England.

TRAINING MANAGERS TO EFFECTIVELY MANAGE CONFLICT IN THE WORKPLACE Mark Day, D.Tech, Purdue University, Indiana, USA

ETS-BASED ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING IN A GRADUATE BUSINESS PROGRAM Professor Claude R. Superville, PhD, FRSS, FIMA, Texas Southern University, 3100 Cleburne Street, Houston, TX 77584, (713) 313-7947, Claude.Superville@tsu.edu

PASTOR YINKFU NGEYEN, KIGALI, RWANDA’  ngeyenn@gmail.com Becoming a Contagious Christian .

David Anselm, Port Moresby, National Capital District, Papua New Guinea. davanz.bebs@gmail.com REPENT FOR THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN IS NEAR

EXAMINATION OF THE REGULATORY SCHEME  FOR THE ADVENTURE TRAVEL INDUSTRY IN NEW ZEALAND Diane May, J.D. , Professor, Business Law, Business Administration Department, Winona State University, Winona, MN, dmay@winona.edu

Dr. Joseph Matiko <jmatiko2013@gmail.com>To: ludwigotto@sbcglobal.net Nov 26 at 10:55 AM

Dear Dr. Ludwig,
Thank you so much sir for your constant support! you stood with me without wavering from Bachelor to PhD program. What can I say to you sir, I have no words to express my appreciation to you. I am forever Grateful! I am also humbled for this achievement. May the good Lord keep on giving you more grace to continue doing the same for others who are in the same position which I was before I met you. When I look at you I see a great Mentor and a father in you. I thank God for your big heart of lifting others and bring them into higher dimensions in the kingdom.
Once again I thank God and I thank you for hearing God and obeying Him that it should be as it is in this day. For me this PhD is a great gift because it is given to me on my birth day. I will always work along Bold Christian University and United States Christian University to fulfil the mandate God gave you. Amen.
Yours Sincerely, Dr. Joseph Matiko, Pretoria, South Africa