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Pickling Class $15.00

Pickling Class

Pickling Class

Pickling Class: September 6th, 2014 - Cost: $15.00

pickled-vegetables

Don’t you just love pickles, jams and tomato sauce? Wouldn’t you love to learn how to make your own with fresh, home-grown ingredients from an organic garden? Well, now you can!

Please Come &  Join Telos Training, Inc.’s Canning Class with fresh goodies from The Charles Madison Nabrit Memorial Garden.

 Date/Time:  Date(s) September 6, 2014  (this Saturday!) from 10:00am- 2:00pm

 

Location :      The Church of Christ of the Apostolic Faith (Yes, it’s at church, in the Senior Citizen’s room in the back, but the class is open to er’body!)

Your $15.00 class fee includes…

 Instruction on how to use the Water Bath method and the Pressure Cooker method of canning;

 Recipes for Strawberry Jam, Spicy Garlic Dill Pickles and Roasted Tomato & Garlic Sauce with Basil; and

 Jars of deliciousness to take home for inspiration!

 Class size is limited to 30 and registration closes Thursday, September 4th at 5:00 pm…so grab a buddy and sign-up Today!

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Seedling Transplant Class $40.00

Seedling Transplant Class

Seedling Transplant Class

Seedling Transplant Class: May 18th, 2013 - Cost: $40.00

Seedling Transplant ClassWear sturdy shoes because we’ll be outside-after we eat! In this class we’ll learn how to clean and prepare garden beds, which plants can thrive in containers, how to measure the distance between plantings and how to fight pests without pesticides.  You’ll leave pleased with the power to feed yourself and your family pesticide free food AND your own tools to transplant your seedlings as soon as you get home!

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Seed Starting Class $0.00

Seed Starting Class

Seed Starting Class

Seed Starting Class: April 13th, 2013 - Cost: $50.00

Seed Starting ClassWe’ll start with goodies as we learn how to grow an organic vegetable garden from seed, how to read a seed package, why companion plantings makes life easier and how cross-pollination works. You’ll leave pleased with the power to feed yourself and your family pesticide free food AND with your own portable, mini-greenhouse filled with vegetable, herbs and flower seeds ready to germinate at your own home!

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Donation in honor of the life of Charles Nabrit (CMadison)

Donation in honor of the life of Charles Nabrit (CMadison)


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Charles Madison Nabrit (CMadison)
December 20th, 1952 - May 20th, 2013

Here you can make a donation in honor of the life of Charles Nabrit (1952-2013). Thank you for supporting the ongoing work that was so important to CMadison. Thank you, The Nabrit Family

CMadison's Short Obituary in the Columbus Dispatch

Charles Nabrit’s Obituary

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Charles Madison Nabrit was an analytical prime mover in his Christian practice; it suffused every aspect of his life. He was born at home on December 20, 1952 to the Reverend Dr. and Mrs. H.C. Nabrit in Memphis, Tennessee (deceased) and he died at home of natural causes in the presence of his wife, Paula Penn-Nabrit, on May 20, 2013 in Westerville, Ohio. Charles was one of the first group of students to integrate Central High School in Memphis before moving with his parents to Toledo, Ohio where he graduated from Rodgers High School as an avid French Horn player and a star member of the varsity football team and debate club. At Dartmouth College, Class of 1974, Charles distinguished himself as a brilliant student athlete, setting many track and field records before graduating, cum laude, a year early in 1973. After speaking with her at a  Saturday night party at Wellesley College in the early Spring of 1975, Charles scheduled a 10:00 am Sunday morning appointment with Paula and presented a marriage proposal-in advance of their first date.  August 26, 1976, Charles and Paula were married outside at her parents’ home in Columbus, Ohio in the presence of hundreds of witnesses.   Charles joined The Ohio Company as one of the first black brokers to support Paula at the Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University. Twins, Charles Madison Penn Nabrit and Damon Princeton Penn Nabrit were born May 9, 1980, the summer before Paula’s graduation in 1981. Evan Washington Clark Nabrit arrived on August 3, 1982 while Charles was working for American Transtech, a wholly-owned subsidiary formed in the wake of AT&T’s divestiture. Ultimately Charles relocated the family to Jacksonville, Florida and Paula joined him at Transtech until 1986 when Charles encouraged her to start her own firm, PN&A, Inc. Charles returned his family to Columbus in 1989 and in 1990 he joined PN&A, Inc. as Marketing Director turning it into a viable, nationally recognized consultancy. In 1991, Charles drafted a Mission Statement and a Strategic Plan for homeschooling, the next Nabrit family adventure- a project he directed until Charles and Damon went to Princeton University and Evan went to Amherst College.   Charles was a fiercely independent visionary who worked to create a holistically healthy environment for his family and especially his sons as young black men. He hired African and African-American graduate students, mostly males, as tutors in Math, Biology and French. He ensured their participation in enrichment programs like NAACP’s ACT-SO competition, YMCA’s Bicycle Camp and OSU’s Engineering Camp, even driving them to Space Camp in Florida and all the way to Oceanography Camp in Seal Harbor, Maine (and yes, it did take 2 days!) Charles augmented their education with extensive travel  through 40 states, much of Canada and the Caribbean, along with trips to Amsterdam, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Paris and Singapore. Charles infused Charles, Damon and Evan with his commitment to critical thinking and the disciplined Christian practice of pacifism and patriotism through service in one’s community. Despite multiple demands of marriage, entrepreneurship and homeschooling, Charles supported his sons’ activities in sports, COSI, BalletMet, Opera Columbus and CCAD and volunteered with B.R.E.A.D, as part of his commitment to social justice. Without titles, Charles was a working pillar of The Church of Christ of the Apostolic Faith (CCAF), a tradition he transmitted to his sons. In 2010 he was utterly delighted when Damon married Tanika Nicole Whitfield, finally adding a daughter to his brood. Charles was committed to Telos Training, Inc. a non-profit dedicated to the development of women, children and families and helped plan Telos Training, Inc.’s hosting of Isabel Wilkerson, the Pulitzer prize winning author of The Warmth of Other Suns to speak to the children at CCAF.   In keeping with his spirit of giving, Charles donated his body to The Ohio State University Medical Center for research purposes. A memorial will be held at The Church of Christ of the Apostolic Faith, 1200 Brentnell Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43219 on Saturday, May 25 with visitation at noon and service at 1:00. Charles is survived by Paula, Charles, Damon (Tanika) and Evan; his brother Henry Nabrit, his sister Dr. Barbara Nabrit-Stephens (Dr. Harvard Stephens), his 2nd parents, Mr. & Mrs. W.L.(Mildred) Penn, brother Mr. & Mrs. David Penn (Sonjia), sisters Cheryl Penn and Courtney Penn-Blevins (Will), 6 nephews and 3 nieces he adored and 1great nephew and 3 great-nieces he was just getting to know. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Charles’ honor to Telos Training, Inc. www.telosinc.org.   We thank God for Charles Madison Nabrit. He remains a blessing in our lives.


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Charles Madison Nabrit (CMadison)
December 20th, 1952 - May 20th, 2013

Here you can make a donation in honor of the life of Charles Nabrit (1952-2013). Thank you for supporting the ongoing work that was so important to CMadison. Thank you, The Nabrit Family

CMadison's Short Obituary in the Columbus Dispatch

Charles Nabrit’s Obituary

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Charles Madison Nabrit was an analytical prime mover in his Christian practice; it suffused every aspect of his life. He was born at home on December 20, 1952 to the Reverend Dr. and Mrs. H.C. Nabrit in Memphis, Tennessee (deceased) and he died at home of natural causes in the presence of his wife, Paula Penn-Nabrit, on May 20, 2013 in Westerville, Ohio. Charles was one of the first group of students to integrate Central High School in Memphis before moving with his parents to Toledo, Ohio where he graduated from Rodgers High School as an avid French Horn player and a star member of the varsity football team and debate club. At Dartmouth College, Class of 1974, Charles distinguished himself as a brilliant student athlete, setting many track and field records before graduating, cum laude, a year early in 1973. After speaking with her at a  Saturday night party at Wellesley College in the early Spring of 1975, Charles scheduled a 10:00 am Sunday morning appointment with Paula and presented a marriage proposal-in advance of their first date.  August 26, 1976, Charles and Paula were married outside at her parents’ home in Columbus, Ohio in the presence of hundreds of witnesses.   Charles joined The Ohio Company as one of the first black brokers to support Paula at the Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University. Twins, Charles Madison Penn Nabrit and Damon Princeton Penn Nabrit were born May 9, 1980, the summer before Paula’s graduation in 1981. Evan Washington Clark Nabrit arrived on August 3, 1982 while Charles was working for American Transtech, a wholly-owned subsidiary formed in the wake of AT&T’s divestiture. Ultimately Charles relocated the family to Jacksonville, Florida and Paula joined him at Transtech until 1986 when Charles encouraged her to start her own firm, PN&A, Inc. Charles returned his family to Columbus in 1989 and in 1990 he joined PN&A, Inc. as Marketing Director turning it into a viable, nationally recognized consultancy. In 1991, Charles drafted a Mission Statement and a Strategic Plan for homeschooling, the next Nabrit family adventure- a project he directed until Charles and Damon went to Princeton University and Evan went to Amherst College.   Charles was a fiercely independent visionary who worked to create a holistically healthy environment for his family and especially his sons as young black men. He hired African and African-American graduate students, mostly males, as tutors in Math, Biology and French. He ensured their participation in enrichment programs like NAACP’s ACT-SO competition, YMCA’s Bicycle Camp and OSU’s Engineering Camp, even driving them to Space Camp in Florida and all the way to Oceanography Camp in Seal Harbor, Maine (and yes, it did take 2 days!) Charles augmented their education with extensive travel  through 40 states, much of Canada and the Caribbean, along with trips to Amsterdam, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Paris and Singapore. Charles infused Charles, Damon and Evan with his commitment to critical thinking and the disciplined Christian practice of pacifism and patriotism through service in one’s community. Despite multiple demands of marriage, entrepreneurship and homeschooling, Charles supported his sons’ activities in sports, COSI, BalletMet, Opera Columbus and CCAD and volunteered with B.R.E.A.D, as part of his commitment to social justice. Without titles, Charles was a working pillar of The Church of Christ of the Apostolic Faith (CCAF), a tradition he transmitted to his sons. In 2010 he was utterly delighted when Damon married Tanika Nicole Whitfield, finally adding a daughter to his brood. Charles was committed to Telos Training, Inc. a non-profit dedicated to the development of women, children and families and helped plan Telos Training, Inc.’s hosting of Isabel Wilkerson, the Pulitzer prize winning author of The Warmth of Other Suns to speak to the children at CCAF.   In keeping with his spirit of giving, Charles donated his body to The Ohio State University Medical Center for research purposes. A memorial will be held at The Church of Christ of the Apostolic Faith, 1200 Brentnell Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43219 on Saturday, May 25 with visitation at noon and service at 1:00. Charles is survived by Paula, Charles, Damon (Tanika) and Evan; his brother Henry Nabrit, his sister Dr. Barbara Nabrit-Stephens (Dr. Harvard Stephens), his 2nd parents, Mr. & Mrs. W.L.(Mildred) Penn, brother Mr. & Mrs. David Penn (Sonjia), sisters Cheryl Penn and Courtney Penn-Blevins (Will), 6 nephews and 3 nieces he adored and 1great nephew and 3 great-nieces he was just getting to know. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Charles’ honor to Telos Training, Inc. www.telosinc.org.   We thank God for Charles Madison Nabrit. He remains a blessing in our lives.


The Power of a Virtuous Woman | Paperback $14.99

The Power of a Virtuous Woman | Paperback

The Power of a Virtuous Woman | Paperback

frontcover.smallEverybody knows Proverbs 31. But who knew the chapter was actually Solomon’s notes from his mother Bathsheba’s oracle?  Or that the first nine verses were all about his conduct?! Okay, Bible scholars knew, but The Power of a Virtuous Woman isn’t for scholars, it’s for regular, everyday Sisters. The Power of a Virtuous Woman examines Proverbs 31 from beginning to end with hard questions along the way. Like how did David’s relationship with Bathsheba affect her relationship with their son Solomon? And exactly how did Bathsheba get Solomon to listen to her when he was already a grown man – what about boundaries?

The Power of a Virtuous Woman explores ancient questions about gender, power, submission, obedience and sacrifice. Questions at the end of each chapter beg for answers and analysis – and may elicit anger. Is it okay for women to explore these questions in the 21st century or is the inquiry just too dangerous?

Five years ago nobody wanted to teach the women's Sunday School class, so the group settled on Proverbs 31 as an easy read-but soon realized they actually knew very little about it. The Power of a Virtuous Woman examines Proverbs 31 from beginning to end with hard questions all along the way.  Questions like how did David's relationship with Bathsheba affect her relationship with their son Solomon? And exactly how did Bathsheba get Solomon to listen to her when he was already a grown man?  It explores ancient, yet ongoing conversations about gender, power, submission, obedience and sacrifice. The questions at the end of each chapter beg more for analysis than answers and sometimes elicit anger. Are these conversations okay in the 21st century or are the inquiries just too dangerous for women?

The class grew from nine to more than twenty women in a few short months. Amid the privacy of the church library, the comfort of coffee, tea and homemade goodies and the growing confidence of true sisterhood they explored every verse of the chapter they thought they already knew. The Power of a Virtuous Woman covers various perspectives on life, marriage and parenting presented in Proverbs 31 because the class roster is varied. Some of the sisters are in their 20s, some are in their 70s and some are in between. They are single, married, divorced and widowed, with and without children, and some are raising grandkids. Some of the sisters have beautiful homes, some live in shelters and some have been incarcerated. There are professionals with advanced degrees and others working on their GEDs, but like many women around the world they all struggle with issues of virtue, power and submission. Perspectives on that struggle form the basis of The Power of a Virtuous Woman.

Paula Penn-Nabrit enjoys Sunday School with 25 incredible Sisters. She lives in Westerville, OH with her amazing husband, C. Madison. Paula has a law degree, a successful business, three grown sons and one daughter-in-law. Although Paula has been married since 1976, she still struggles with power and submission – Selah!

Publication Date: Jun 23 2012
ISBN/EAN13: 0615610749 / 9780615610740
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Business Ethics | Text Book $14.95

Business Ethics | Text Book

Business Ethics | Text Book

Exploring a New Synthesis: Business Ethics & Diversity

Business Ethics & DiversityMany argue that today’s society not only lacks an ethical reference base, but also actually consider ethical and moral behavior passé. Ethical values appear to be losing ground to the new paradigm–economic gain at any price.

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An excerpt from SANKOFA: Look to Your Past Forgotten Heritage

SANKOFAStep One: Articulation
The first step was our determination as parents to indelibly mark our sons’ passage from childhood to young manhood. Charles and I forced ourselves to sit down and begin the arduous process of articulating precisely what we expected of our sons. Our sons, Charles and Damon, fraternal twins, were young, but rapidly maturing African-American males, and we wanted our expectations to be as clear as possible. Our hope was that our expectations would help them shape their own.

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Morning by Morning | Hardcover Autographed Book $25.00

Morning by Morning | Hardcover Autographed Book

Morning by Morning | Hardcover Autographed Book

Morning by Morning by Paula Penn-Nabrit

Morning by Morning

In Morning by Morning, Paula Penn-Nabrit discusses her family’s emotional transition to home schooling and shares the nuts and bolts of the boys’ educational experience. She explains how she and her husband developed a curriculum, provided adequate exposure to the arts as well as quiet time for reflection and meditation, initiated quality opportunities for volunteerism, and sought out athletic activities for their sons. At the end of each chapter, she offers advice on how readers can incorporate some of the steps her family took—even if they aren’t able to home-school; plus, there’s a website resource guide at the end of the book.

Charles and Damon were eventually admitted to Princeton, and Evan attended Amherst College. But Morning by Morning is frank about the challenges the boys faced in their transition from home schooling to the college experience, and Penn-Nabrit reflects on some things she might have done differently.

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