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The City of Floresville is currently accepting applications for the following position: ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER PART-TIME. A complete job description and application form may be obtained at City Hall, 1120 D Street, Floresville, Texas 78114, Monday – Friday, 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.; or Floresville website, www.cityoffloresville.org. Deadline to submit application is 5:00 PM on February 5, 2016. The City of Floresville is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, nationality, related medical condition or handicap.
Immanuel Lutheran Church is now hiring for a Youth and Family Ministry Director. Pastoral: Minister to youth and their families during Sunday School and other church programs, being present in their lives outside the church walls, available for common concerns and in crisis situations. Leadership: Recruit and nurture Youth and Family Ministry program. Administration : Manage the planning process and coordinate with Pastor and Youth Committee all regular ministries to youth and their families. This includes youth of all ages on Sunday mornings and mid-week events; assisting with Confirmation, special events, trips and retreats, and parent meetings. Stewardship: Ongoing evaluation of the effectiveness of youth programs, manage youth ministry budget, and collaborate with the sponsors of each Youth group. Ability to build, lead, and empower youth. Ability to implement a ministry vision. Familiarity with Lutheran Doctrine required; must be comfortable teaching it and representing Lutheran Theology. Proficient computer skills using MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, database, email, internet, and social media. Supervisory experience preferred. Ability to adapt and evaluate curriculum preferred. Must have excellent organization, communication (verbal and written), and listening skills, with a high degree of initiative and accountability. Exceptional interpersonal and relational skills required, with sensitivity to church members and visitors. Understanding and enjoyment of youth and families and guiding their spiritual development. Please send resumes to immanuellavernia@gmail.com or call 830-253-8121.
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Polished Edge: James D’Arcy of ‘Those Who Kill’ on A&E Network


Polished Edge: James D’Arcy of ‘Those Who Kill’ on A&E Network


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Q: Your character, forensic psychologist Thomas Schaeffer, is brilliant but troubled, and his pursuit of serial killers is damaging to him. What do you think of him?

A: We identify as human beings with flawed individuals. One of the things that’s really fabulous about television is people get to explore those parts of themselves from a relatively safe vantage point. They can feel emotions that are dangerous to feel, from a pretty safe place. Obviously, in terms of our professions as actors, it’s exciting to play as three-dimensional a character as you can.

Q: Did you have to handcuff anybody, or is that out of the realm of a forensic psychologist?

A: I didn’t have to handcuff anyone, which is a shame because I’ve held a lot of guns and handcuffed people, so that would have been easier. I did find some of the forensic speeches a bit tricky. But the biggest challenge for me was, I’ve never done an open-ended TV series before.

It’s the first time I’ve done something where I didn’t know what the end was when I accepted the role. It’s the first time I’ve done anything where I didn’t read all the scripts. If you’re shooting a movie, if you wanted to, you could learn the entire movie left, right, upside and down, the first day you walk on the set. But with an open-ended TV show, sometimes the scripts are coming 48 hours before you shoot.

Not in a bad way, but it was a real challenge.
 

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