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Heritage Music Festival
Saturday, June 23, 2018 - 11:00am to 8:30pm
St. James Winery

A diverse mix of up-and-coming Missouri musicians will converge in The Gardens for a two-day Heritage Music Festival at St. James Winery.Guests will have access to the new rustic Italian-style menu featuring locally sourced food expertly paired with craft beverages at the Public House Brewing Company's St. James taproom. Tickets for both festival days are $12. Admission tickets are individual dates are $10 for Saturday and $5 for Sunday. For more information on lineups and showtimes, find St. James Winery on Facebook at 2018 Heritage Music Festival.

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Stone Hill Winery

Enjoy live music during the Wine Country Shrimp Boil on Saturday, June 23 at Stone Hill Winery. The shrimp boil starts at noon. Purchase tickets in advance at www.stonehillwinery.com .

Appellation Celebration
Saturday, June 23, 2018 - 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Augusta Winery

Celebrate America's First Viticulture Area, the Augusta AVA, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. onSaturday, June 23. Appellation Celebration features live music by FOA (Friends of Aaron Jazz Ensemble), sensory tastings, giveaways and raffles to benefit the Augusta Heritage Foundation/Harmonie Verein.

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Enjoy Frank Rardon'sacoustic Americana sounds at Riverwood Winery on Saturday, June 23.

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Chandler Hill Vineyards

After a successful first year, Yoga in the Vineyards returns to Chandler Hill Vineyards! Experience Zen with a yoga class led by top instructors from the winery's partner Club Fitness. Participate in the yoga class at 9 a.m. followed by the winery's 10 a.m. Sunday brunch buffet. Included in the price is one complimentary glass of sparkling wine.

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by Jason Mogus | Oct 28, 2015 | Digital Transformation , Innovative Campaigns | 0 comments

One of the best parts about being a consultant is being able to learn new ideas from organizations pushing the edge of innovation, and share them across sectors. I recently learned a new way of looking at and equipping advocacy campaigns based on what phase they are in: organizing vs mobilizing, that I think has real power for all of us.

This new model is state of the art because it helps answer the question I’ve been exploring for a decade now: why do many of the bigger orgs with massive email lists, lots of resources, and 10-30 “active” campaigns have such low supporter engagement and so rarely “win” campaigns, vs how new, digital-first start-ups with way fewer staff are able to move faster, engage people more deeply, and chalk up win after high profile win?

Maybe it’s less about how new they are but rather how disciplined and focused at different stages of their campaigns they are.

For organizations grounded in policy work – which means most of the non-profit sector – the model shows how to grow capacity and hold back resources that are activated only once the opportunity for a win emerges. Let me walk you through it.

Organizing is building your power

According to the model, most campaigns are in the organizing phase most of the time. The work we do raising awareness on issues not getting enough attention is by nature a long haul operation. So after our program or policy team have identified a problem and a solution, our first phase of campaigning is about building our power, finding our people, and growing our momentum.

Activities in the organizing phase of a campaign might include:

Organizing is a more measured, low to medium profile phase, and it’s maybe even a bit boring. But it creates critical trust – with supporters, with influencers and the media, and internally within our organization or movement – that we’ll call on later once the stakes rise and we need them to show up.

It’s the foundation for winning, but winning comes next.

The mobilization phase of a campaign is activated when a unique opportunity to actually fix our issue arises. It’s where we activate our audiences and spend down our resources at the pressure points we identified during organizing.

And to have impact, it should only be used sparingly, only when a binary yes/no opportunity to actually solve our issue for real opens up. This opportunity might be a vote/referendum, a scandal that pushes our issue into the mainstream, a clear target that has emerged, or when we’ve hit a critical mass in our ally or supporter base and can’t hold them back any longer without losing steam. Then we focus all our assets on one clear target to force their hand.

In 2004, the World Day of the Sick coincided with the 150 th Anniversary of the proclamation of the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception. The Holy Father told believers that this dogma introduces believers into the heart of the mystery of Creation and Redemption, in other words, it is about the central role of Jesus Christ in the mystery of creation and salvation. And the Pope insisted that the key to these mysteries is the incarnation, through which God united himself with humanity in Jesus Christ.. In his own words: “In the death and Resurrection of the Redeemer human suffering finds its deepest meaning and its saving value. All of the weight of humanity’s affliction and pain is summarized in the mystery of a God who, taking on our human nature, was humiliated “for our sake… to be sin” (2 Cor. 5:21).” pearl trim pointed pumps Black Rene Caovilla 2uegE7gu

Reflecting on the mystery of the Cross, John Paul II proclaimed that from the Cross of Christ springs the answers to humanity’s most worrying questions. Jesus is the God who suffers for humankind. He takes upon himself the sufferings of everyone and redeems them. Christ also suffers with humanity, he is the one who enables those who suffer to share their pain with him. For this reason, the Holy Father affirms: “United to the suffering of Christ, human suffering becomes a means of salvation; this is why the believer can say with St. Paul: “ Now I rejoice in my suffering for your sake, and in my flesh I complete what is lacking in Christ’s afflictions for the sake of his body, that is, the Church ” (Col. 1:24).” pom pom tassel sandals Pink amp; Purple Dolce amp; Gabbana 3UyBCeTs

2.2. Through Christ, Suffering has been Redeemed

During the celebration of the first World Day of the Sick, John Paul II addressed in special way those he referred to as the main actors of this World Day, namely, the sick people all over the world. He urged them to bear their pain and suffering in the spirit of unshakeable faith in Christ the Redeemer, for it is only when their sufferings are joined to those of Christ that they take on extraordinary value for the life of the entire ecclesial community and the good of humanity. FOOTWEAR Booties on YOOXCOM Belstaff opJslx
In other words, the Holy Father is inviting the sick to accept their sufferings with faith and live them as Christ did because through his afflictions suffering itself has been transformed and redeemed.

According to Pope John Paul II, the perfect manifestation of saving value of pain and suffering is found in the death and resurrection of Christ. Through his passion salvation has been accomplished and suffering redeemed and given a new meaning. In his own words: “In the cross of Christ not only has redemption been fulfilled through suffering, but suffering itself has also been redeemed” ( Salvifici Doloris , 19). Christ “opened his suffering to man”, and in him man rediscovers his sufferings, “enriched with a new content and a new meaning” ( Ibid., 20).” [lix]

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