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lifeway

 [līf´wa]
a manner of living, particularly one associated with a specific time, location, or group.
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Sixty-two percent of the LifeWay respondents were white, while 20% were black, 13% were Hispanic and 5% belonged to a different group.
Sugar Hill will operate as Lifeway Mobility to increase home safety for caregivers, health care professionals and family members with mobility issues.
Lifeway Research Executive Director Scott McConnell said the survey suggests that "we are shifting very fast from a world where right and wrong didn't change to a world where right and wrong are relative.
Many manufacturers, such as Lifeway Foods, are choosing greener alternatives like green polyethylene made from sugarcane, a renewable resource.
In sum, the main goal of katsina songs is to instill and reinforce a positive, productive, and moral community-based lifeway.
This acquisition is part of Lifeway Mobility's strategic plan to enhance consumer services and offer value-added products.
Lifeway plans to reopen the plant this summer and rehire a portion of the workforce to staff the facility.
She points to books and articles, currently available on the SBC'S website for its LifeWay publishing empire and bookstore chain, suggesting that this mistrust of Mormonism remains unchanged for many.
Among the recent product introductions in this segment is Lifeway Foods' Tart and Tangy Pomegranate Frozen Kefir, marketed as all natural, low in calories (only 90 calories per serving), functional (boasts 10 probiotics), and 99 percent lactose- and gluten-free.
Lifeway Foods has introduced Lifeway Frozen Kefir, a low-cal, low-fat dairy dessert that is being positioned as an alternative to ice cream and frozen yogurt.
com w/your repentance statement & instructions to your now-broke followers," said Pastor Ed Stetzer on Saturday afternoon, Setzer is President of LifeWay Research, a division of the SBC.
Assessing the findings, Ed Stetzer, the president of LifeWay Research, the evangelical Nashville organization that commissioned the poll, told The Tennessean, "This means a majority of Protestant pastors chose statements that agree with Franklin Graham's statement.