Watch how Dad, much like Toyota’s Safety Sense, is always there for you:

This ad hits us in the gut as we watch the daughter grow up from infancy to angsty teen to beautiful bride through the loving eyes of the father – in Toyota’s driver’s seat.

The emotional roller coaster doesn’t stop there though, […]

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A new job offer

On March 6, 2015 By

You’re a self-starter, an innovative leader. You have lots of ideas, and you’re ready for your next big challenge. Here it is:

“It’d come with $174,000 salary, 3-4 workdays a week, a full-time staff of 18, and opportunities for international travel. Your primary responsibility would be to work with others to formulate and enact ideas […]

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Happy new year!

 

These are some of our favorite funny, scary, and all-around compelling videos from 2014 with a social change message. Enjoy!

 

1. Hugs for a really good reason.

 

2. The most important sexy model video ever.

 

3. A lesson learned from ingenious kids.

 

4. Human connections […]

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Facebook Reunites a Family

On March 3, 2014 By

Raimundo lived on the street.  Shalla was inspired by his poems. She made a Facebook page, and it changed his life.

The Conditioned from Facebook Stories on Vimeo.

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Imagine yourself showing up inside the advertisements around you…in real-time!

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Would you push the button? 

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We’re running the Portraits in Faith social media this Saturday for the live event (embedded below).  Join the conversation with the hashtag #faithportraits.

 

 

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Frank’s article 10 Life Lessons from Angry Birds got accepted as a blog post in the Huffington Post! Go on over and check it out.

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Clinton Global Initiative recently interviewed Frank Fredericks about what it’s like to launch a startup in: The Stories Behind The Startups: Frank Fredericks, CGI University Class of 2008.

The biggest perk of social entrepreneurship? The freedom, according to Frank, who enjoys his autonomy as executive director of World Faith. […]

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I often look for meaning in trivial things. I also attempt to justify my childish behavior by waxing poetic on its fabricated connection to meaningful lessons on life. For those who know me well, you know I have a fixation on any game, no matter how ridiculous, with an obsessive need to […]

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