As a man of faith, I believe God can change our lives for the better. Through Him we receive the ability to persevere and have hope for a better tomorrow.
In 2 Chairs: The Secret That Changes Everything, Bob Beaudine’s latest book, Bob shares 3 questions that will disrupt our lives. I believe these 3 questions can also change your leadership.
The 3 Questions That Will Change Everything
The premise behind 2 Chairs is that we need to spend time conversing, not just talking TO, God. By using 2 chairs we will have a visual representation of our conversation with God.
This is an amazing premise. Yet, I love what Bob’s mother shared with him at one point in his life.
What were those questions?
1. Does God know your situation?
2. Is it too hard for Him to handle? Read more...
Today, I am writing as a contributor to the Christian Writers Blog Chain. The theme for June is “Pursuit.” If you are a Christian author or writer, be sure to check out Christianwriters.com to network with others.
Our mailbox has been flooded with credit card offers recently. Finding two, three, or even four being delivered in a day has been the norm.
It’s annoying. We wind up throwing away so much paper, plastic, wasted postage.
But in the same breath, it’s exciting. Someone, or some company, is pursuing me.
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They want my business. They want me to apply. They’ve approved me!
It all sounds so exciting. I can see how people easily fall into the trap of multiple credit cards and debt.
We all long for that pursuit. For someone to want us.
It’s a desire that has been burned into us. Read more...
Today, I am writing as a contributor to the Christian Writers Blog Chain. The theme for April is “Joy.” If you are a Christian author or writer, be sure to check out Christianwriters.com to network with others.
Friday Night Lights is a term that has come to describe Friday night High School football. But this past Friday night I saw a different kind of Friday night lights.
Image by Ed Schipul
Our church’s band had been invited to play at a youth rally at a nearby church. They agreed and it was decided we would bring the students from our youth group to the rally.
Seven of our students showed up expecting to have a great time of fellowship and singing songs. Little did they know what was about to happen.
During the praise and worship set, the students were actively participating. Whether it was doing the hand motions to the songs or actively entering in, they were doing it. Read more...