#podcast This is a podcast that every young man should listen to. I enjoyed the conversation with my grandson after he listened to this podcast. His insight meant a lot. You have to click on the title and listen. Share with someone too.
#WisdomWednesday #servantleadership This is a pandemic for the soul. We are living in the time of a spiritual pandemic. What is this spiritual pandemic for the soul? First, it is a widespread disease. Second, it can infect anyone; it does not discriminate. It has no boundaries. When you see turmoil, violence, horror, injustice, hatred and... Continue Reading →
The reality of most Protestant congregations, in the United States, they are comprised of less than 200 members. Only about 10% of congregations have over 500 members. It is true that both types of congregations are searching for creative ways though virtual resources to connect and spread the Gospel. Many are looking for ways of... Continue Reading →
Click to listen to audio Dear God, Thank you. I simply want to say “thank you” for every blessing. When I think things over, the tears come down my cheeks. To think that You have been so faithful even when I was unfaithful, makes me grateful for Your mercy. In times like these, You continue... Continue Reading →
Click on the audio to hear this episode. Where in the world is God in THIS? This could be any given situation on any given day. This is anything that seems outrageous, uncontrollable, beyond your means. This is the something that keeps you up at night; or “This” is the something that you call out... Continue Reading →
Click on the above to hear the music as you read this article. A leader has a vision - a plan. It is a good time to reflect. Where are you in your spiritual wellness plan? The most important plan you should consider is your spiritual plan. From our toolbox, take one of our online... Continue Reading →
During COVID-19 (#covid19), many have asked why are the barber shops and salons closed in Phrase 1. The bars were allowed to open but not the barber shops and salons in many cities. Social media (i.e., Facebook, Twitter) were filled with posts about the rationale of decisionmakers. Many of us are attached to our personal... Continue Reading →