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Aggregate series using the specified function.

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Takes a metric or wildcard seriesList and draws a horizontal line based on the function applied to each series.

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Note: By default, the graphite renderer consolidates data points by averaging data points over time. If you are using the ‘min’ or ‘max’ function for aggregateLine, this can cause an unusual gap in the line drawn by this function and the data itself. To fix this, you should use the consolidateBy() function with the same function argument you are using for aggregateLine. This will ensure that the proper data points are retained and the graph should line up correctly.

Call aggregator after inserting wildcards at the given position(s).

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Takes one metric or a wildcard seriesList and a string in quotes. Prints the string instead of the metric name in the legend.

Takes a seriesList and applies an alias derived from the base metric name.

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All supplies included with step by step instructions and a free beverage ofyour choicewith light snacks. You will be painting this “Feather” canvas.

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Thursday, April 6, 2017 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
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$25 ppAll supplies included with step by step instructions.This month you will create“SPRING" wood sign.Must prepay register. NonRefundable.

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Saturday, April 8, 2017 - 4:00pm to 8:00pm

Stroll the historic streets of Glasgow and sampledelicious wines from 10 Missouri wineries while you listen to live music.Food vendors will be on location and local restaurants will be happy to haveyou come in for dinner. The price is $20 per person (must be 21 or older).Price includes a stemless wine glass and a 6 bottle wine tote. There will aband, along the Missouri River banks, after the wine walk. Follow us on Facebook for more information. Event URL: https://www.facebook.com/Glasg0wWineWalk/?ref=bookmarks

So once again, if you are looking for a book that can equip you in communicating, especially cross-culturally, this is a helpful tool.

Pastor Ian John Batley

BA Adult Ed.; MA Clinical Pastoral Education

Harry Box has been a pioneer in the field of communicating the Christian message to those we now refer to as oral communicators. I first encountered his work in the year 2000 soon after taking over as Australian CEO of Global Recordings Network (then Language Recordings Inc and formerly, Gospel Recordings.) Reading his unpublished Doctoral Thesis on “Communicating Christianity to Oral Event Oriented People” written in 1992 challenged and changed my whole approach to communication – especially 'Gospel' communication. Harry's careful research and excellent case studies convinced me that generally as Westerners we had failed to adequately understand the communication preferences of much of the world's population.

Today as we continue to grow in our understanding of learning and communication styles and recognised that even many highly literate people are still by preference oral learners, Harry's work is as important as ever.

I am delighted to see the fruit of Harry's work now made available in “Don't throw the book at them.” It is, in my opinion, a must read for all who are committed to effective Gospel Communication in our culturally diverse world. It has important implications for almost every area of Christian ministry.

Graydon Colville

International Director Global Recordings Network

“This is a brilliant book!”, shares Charles H Kraft - missionary, linguist and recently retired Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and Intercultural Communication at Fuller Seminary. Harry Box (MBI graduate of 1962) has written what may well prove a strategy-changing message for evangelical missionary societies.

As you read these words now, pause and thank God for that ability. For you and I are part of the one third of the adult world who are literate. Yet 65-70% of men and women around the world are still unable to pick up written material with even basic levels of comprehension.

This is an ordered, logical book arguing that oral communication was Jesus’ primary method of communicating with His disciples. Jesus communicated in Aramaic, which was off limits for translating the Old Testament. Jesus spoke in poetic forms which could be more easily memorized by his listeners.

Harry’s thesis is commended by Bible societies and by Wycliffe Bible Translators. For mission leaders, young and older thinkers, and missiology strategists, this book is a must. Harry received his PhD for this ground breaking work.

Ambassador Magazine- Spring 2015

List of Figures List of Abbreviations Foreword. Introduction

1. Understanding Oral Communicators 2. Contemporary Oral Communities and Their Communicational Skills 3. Why Didn’t Jesus Write a Book? The Ministry Of Jesus to an Oral, Event-oriented Community 4. The Original Presentation of the Old Testament Scriptures 5. Principles Involved in Communicating to Oral Societies 6. Making the Christian Message Live in Oral Societies 7. Developing Christian Leadership in Oral Societies 8. The Place of Literacy in Oral Societies 9. Developing an Effective Communication Plan for Ministry to Oral Communicators

Conclusion Appendix A: The Use of Audio Equipment and Cassettes in Oral Societies Appendix B: The Use of Visuals with Oral Communicators. References. Index

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A Practical Guide for Donors and Funding Recipients of our Time

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The dynamics of globalization and the speed of change have created greater complexity for Western missions. The Age of Global Giving provides accelerated learning for donors, church leaders, agency leaders, and mission workers. As a result, donors can achieve greater outcomes with deeper satisfaction in their giving and their voluntary work. Ministry workers can develop improved vision, values, and strategies that go further in creating sustainable impact and align with the donor values of today. It’s a new day in the relationship between donor and recipient, and it’s just in time because global mission is in dire need of this kind of cooperation.

One of the key arenas in which Satan has a foothold is in the relationship between donors and the ministries they support. Distrust, pride, insecurity, imperfect information, fear, and miscommunication combine to give Satan the opportunity to create division within the body of Christ and to slow the advancement of the kingdom. In this important book, Gilles Gravelle argues that ministries need to repent of a “pay, pray, and get out of the way” attitude towards their donors. In the place of this, he argues for a more biblical model in which donors and ministries see each other as full partners in ministry, seeking to humbly respect the full range of each other’s gifts and stewardship responsibilities. This is an important work addressing a very timely issue.

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