Moses talks God out of slaying rebellion

Good day everyone Moses and God had a discussion in this chapter whereas the Lord was tired of the rebellion the children of Israel was displaying. Moses talked God out of striking them with a plague letting God know people all around was looking for His Glory to come concerning the promise on the children of Israel. But what does it feel like to God when we continue in our error thinking producing after our kind? Something to think about when the bible says He feels our infirmities. The other thing is when you have had children for centuries living in faulty patterns of life and your trying to break the cycle but they will not comply. Well we would feel some kind of way like God wanting to knock our kids down too. Numbers 14:17-18 says,”Now may the Lord’s strength be displayed, just as you have declared: 18 ‘The Lord is slow to anger, abounding in love and forgiving sin and rebellion. Yet he does not leave the guilty unpunished; he punishes the children for the sin of the parents up to the third and fourth generations. This scripture reminds us that the discord we create is not only affecting us, but it affects our generations to come throughout the world. Some of our parents had and have no knowledge concerning the records recorded in wrong or right over our lives, but here today heaven records our understanding that this day is created in honor of Gods seeds barring Godly fruit forever more! No more fruit from the trees of iniquity. We are spirit filled accountable for the actions we take and what we create. In Jesus name

  
Kim M. Warner

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Integrity and commitment 

2 King 20:5 May the Lord add blessings to the reading of His words and those who have eyes to read and see what the Lord is doing for them through the word. May your anointing and the same healing power you gave Hezekiah resurrect in the lives of your people meeting there needs. May those who read this chapter be blessed to understand you not only changed the sentence of death Lord, but you preserved generations by extending Hezekiah’s life. The facts to look at today is our responsibility concerning the choices we make concerning others as well as our selves. Life is not just about what goes on in our homes, but far more evolved. We as a people affect those we come in contact with face to face, on the phone and in the communities. Our commitments to those we work with and make vows or deals with shape and mold the theme of our lives. Remember we’re here reconciling relationships, have you ever noticed the worlds issues revolve around relationship issues? However being men and women who make vows ( commitment) we must honor our words, our word being carried out in vows speak on behalf of our integrity. If Hezekiah had not turned to God in prayer the Kingdom would have lost a king with no successor to take His place, his integrity cried for himself and the jeopardy of the kingdom. Manasseh had not been born until Hezekiah was restored, which was within 15 years of the life time God gave Hezekiah back. Can you imagine the Kingdom without a king? It would have been then like what we’re experiencing on a worldly level now. No effective leadership. And we know without effective leadership kingdoms, families and communities die. We can all look at this story and thank God for giving us wisdom to make changes in ourselves, our homes, and communities. If any of us lack integrity or find we need more alignment, Jesus paid the price for us to receive life abundant… It’s already done, available for the asking, simple actions of prayer and a heart to follow the Master. Further more we look at OUR Gods integrity to us when we live and walk before God in His will and find, He’s Faithful, and committed to us. What we give we find the Lord giving us back, because the relationship is at one or we could even say the atonement has taken place! Amen in Jesus name! We would love to hear your thoughts! 

I am Kim Warner loving life because of Gods grace and His second chance redemption plan!

Kids are Hero’s

Welcome to Hero Community Development Corporation and Behavioral Health Services!

Mission

The Hero Community Development Corporation is to be the premier provider of community resource education and information for those individual’s and families in need of assistance in the greater Las Vegas Valley with emphasis on North Las Vegas area.

Vision

Hero Community Development Corporation (HERO CDC) believes that we will be the efficient source between individuals and families in need with already existing and available programs.

Programs and Services:

  • Provides workshops on literacy for children 6-14
  • Provides overall leadership and guidance through our mentoring
  • Maximize workflow in children that need motivation
  • Teaching goal-oriented focus for behavior impairment
  • Set up coping skills through taking baby steps
  • Use relaxation techniques

Hero Provides 6 Life Skills Units for young children

  • Anger Management
  • Emotional Awareness
  • Decision Making
  • Self -Control
  • Friendship Skills
  • Behavior
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Summer Program

  • Reading and writing for young authors
  • Books that inspire financial literacy
  • Summer Reading Program inspiring swap a book for continuous summer

Hero Corporation Community Developments

Presenting a program with gifted children in mind….

Every child has experienced embarrassment or rejection in social sittings in some way or another, but kids with learning disabilities, intellectual, and behavioral disorders are often isolated and rejected, because of the extra care they require concerning learning. Children with these  diagnosis often times are misunderstood by teachers and parents concerning their communication skills in learning academics and actions leaving negative stigmas on them throughout their school years.

Hero Corporation Community Development have set in place reading and writing programs that helps alleviate the frustration these Children experience by offering our services. Our programs targets struggling students with LD, intellectual, and behavior disorders. Our summer program begins as a pilot program June 8- July 30th, to set in motion the programs that will be offered throughout the school year.

Hero’s Summer Enrichment Program entails reading, writing and vocabulary.  Reading, writing, and vocabulary will be dealt with by using the five components of reading, phonemic awareness, word decoding, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.

Direct instruction in the areas targeted are the best approach for improving word recognition skills, reading and identifying words in students with learning disabilities. Direct instruction refers to reading out loud to a group and allowing them to write the story as they hear it. In many cases children hear and retain differently, which means the stories they write may be a little different. However, through word recognition and writing through story listening Hero instructors will become familiar with each child’s strengths and weaknesses. Weaknesses identified open up the ability to directly deal with targeted challenge areas for each child. Reading in this case is emphasized, because it is fundamentally and cognitively stimulating to the brain promoting intellectual enrichment which is generally said to be difficult for children with LD and behavior disorders to achieve. We believe our resources promote the enhancement of intellectual enrichment giving our children a chance to reach greater levels of success.

The program runs four days a week two hours toward academic enrichment and two hours of fun activities.

  • Monday reading stories and writing time: Strategized group instruction and/or verbal interaction takes place in group settings with students and instructors. Peer group readers used as well to lead in reading which strengthens continuous reading skills and confidence.
  • Tuesday decoding and fluency: Decoding breaking a word down B/A/T sounding it out by putting it together along with student’s ability to read a text correctly and quickly. We are also able to find out what weakness need addressing and strategize recommended improvement for students’ fluency and how to incorporate those strategies at home.
  • Wednesday vocabulary and comprehension: Using direct response through word pronunciation and vocabulary recognition. Library and swimming.
  • Thursday financial literacy, raising young entrepreneurs. Emotional healing classes. Library and swimming.

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Facts and statics on children with LD and Behavior disorders:

What do parents say about learning disabilities? In a 2012 survey by NCLD, parents said living with a child who has LD can be challenging. Here are some of the issues they describe:

  • 45 percent of parents say their child has been bullied.
  • 66 percent think that kids with LD are bullied more than other kids.

The public needs to be more informed on vast types of LD, behavior, Intellectual, and attention.

  • 91 percent have heard of dyslexia, but 66 percent don’t know about dysgraphia, dyscalculia and dyspraxia.
  • 76 percent know genetics can be a cause of LD.
  • 79 percent of Americans believe that children learn in different ways.
  • 96 percent of parents think that with proper teaching kids can make up for LD.

Misconceptions persist among the general public.

  • LD is correlated with intelligence. 70 percent of parents and educators link them to autism and intellectual disabilities.
  • LD is associated with blindness and deafness.
  • Many people believe “Learning disability” is a label given to children to compensate for being lazy. The problem is people with these opinions having never been affected by learning disorders have no knowledge of the circumstances that come with the territory. Therefore there is a dire need to educate the public at large on the various mental and behavior disorders.

Here are some more interesting stats about students identified as having LD:

  • 66 percent are boys. Since research shows an even split between girls and boys who have trouble with reading, this may mean many girls aren’t receiving the help they need.
  • In many states, there’s an overrepresentation of black and Hispanic students identified as having LD and receiving special education services.

How are kids with LD doing in school?

  • Only 12 to 26 percent of high school students with LD got average or above-average scores on math and reading assessments. Among students without LD, the rate is 50 percent.
  • 33 percent of kids with LD have been held back a grade, and 50 percent were suspended or expelled from school in 2011.

High school students with LD have a higher dropout rate than other kids. In 2011, 19 percent dropped out, while 68 percent graduated with a regular diploma. The remainder of students received a certificate of completion.

Learning disabilities are lifelong disabilities, so they affect adults in college and the workforce, too. In the 2010 U.S. Census, 4.6 million Americans reported having LD—far more than the number who disclose their disability in college and the workplace.

In fact, survey data shows that within eight years of leaving high school, more than half of young adults with LD don’t consider themselves to have a disability. Two years after leaving high school, 52 percent of young adults no longer think so; after eight years it rises to 69 percent.

Here’s what life after high school looks like for adults with LD:

  • Only 24 percent of young adults with LD inform postsecondary schools about their needs.
  • 17 percent get accommodations and support at the postsecondary level.
  • 41 percent of young adults with LD complete postsecondary education within eight years of leaving high school, as compared to 52 percent of young adults without LD.

LD in the Workforce

  • 46 percent of working-age adults with LD report being employed, as compared to 71 percent of adults without LD.
  • 67 percent earned $25,000 or less per year within eight years of leaving high school.
  • 19 percent say their employers are aware that they have LD.
  • 5 percent have accommodations in the workplace.

Looking at the statistics Hero Corporation Community Development desires to be the vehicle utilized to invest in a community of children that many have misunderstood. By adding resources, fundamentals, and motivation in areas of literacy that are needed to help them live a healthy and sustainable life we believe that we can be the change that many of these children and parents have been waiting on.

Hero Corporation Community Development,

 

Reference

Learning Disabilities Facts, Trends and Stats (Understood.org) https://www.understood.org/en/learning-attention-issues/getting-started/what-you-need-to-know/learning-disabilities-facts-trends-and-stats

Hero Community Development Corporation and Behavioral Health Services offers a wide range of Rehabilitative Mental Health Services, including Basic Skills Training, Psychological Rehabilitation, Individual therapy, Group and Family Therapy.

 

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Roots
Think about this, a tree with roots must be planted in a proper foundation to grow Psalms 1. So it is so for man, give a man roots and a foundation to plant his roots with culture and he will thrive and his descendants will grow. Take away his roots, foundation, culture, and he and his generations will be expected to die.
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