November 2019 - Church Resources

Month: November 2019

Recipe: Silverbeet and Cheese Balls

11/29/2019

Serves: 20 Approximate cooking time: 1 hour Ingredients: Ingredients: 1 head of silverbeet spinach (approximately 6 cups of silverbeet leaves, trimmed and washed) Note: alternatively, you could use 6 cups of fresh spinach leaves 3 cups of boiling water...

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Recipe: Caramel Slice

11/29/2019

Serves: 25 Approximate cooking time: 1 hour + time to set Ingredients: Base: 1 1/2 cup gluten free plain flour, sifted 1 cup desiccated coconut 1/2 cup brown sugar 125g butter, melted Filling: 30g butter 395g condensed milk 2...

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Dementia as a Disability

11/28/2019

Did you know that Dementia is the leading cause of disability among Australians aged 65 years and over and it’s the second greatest cause of death overall. Not only that, the numbers of new dementia cases are on...

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Sourcing the best bread and bakery products for you

11/26/2019

Church Resources sourced over 1.3 million loaves of bread to our members in 2018. Our foodservice partners, Goodman Fielder, supplied bread to 281 members nationally with average savings of 26%. We’re proud to serve your Not-for-profit orgainsation regardless of location...

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The attractions of co-working … Who does it and why do it?

11/25/2019

According to Accru.com, around 326 ‘unicorn’ companies populated the world at the end of May 2019, with 119 new ones coming on line since January 2018. Coined by venture capitalist Aileen Lee to represent the rarity of such...

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Flip the Classroom with Interactive Touch Panels

11/22/2019

Interactive panels create a more immersive learning experience in the classroom. The ability to boost enthusiasm and engagement, create a more inclusive learning experience and support active participation with your students turns the investment in this type of...

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Professional Indemnity Turmoil Set To Persist

11/22/2019

According to insurance broker Aon, securing professional indemnity cover will remain tough for building certifiers and other high-risk professionals as insurers look to cut their losses a new report says. Insurers lost $1.03 for every $1 in premium...

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