This is a continuation of my part-three series about roosters. Of course, I added the talk version on Spotify. The thoughts of "rooster mentality" interests me. I will not give the name of the store; however, one of the most dramatic scenes played out before me was what I call 'rooster mentality.' There were three... Continue Reading →

Talk to Me Simon

I was in the fifth grade (1965) when Sidney Poitier was cast as Simon of Cyrene in “The Greatest Story Ever Told,” directed by George Stevens. The truth is - I do not regard myself as not much of a Simon or a Simonette. Why? The mention of Simon is recorded in the Gospels of Luke... Continue Reading →

The Stench is Unbearable

#servantleaders #servantleadship I imagine that the young man caught the smells of his environment as unpleasant to the natural nose.  But, more than that, he theorized that he did not have to remain in this situation, for he said in that text that his father’s servants were living better than he was at that moment.... Continue Reading →

A Leader Must Revamp!

Post - COVID - Update the Plan - You are still in God's Eyesight Yes, a #servantleader has a vision - a plan; but plans are meant to be revised. Post-COVID, we are in need of updated strategies. Where are you in your spiritual, emotional, and physical wellness plans? Like most people, perhaps you are... Continue Reading →

I Claim the Victory

By faith the people passed through the Red Sea as on dry land; but when the Egyptians tried to do so, they were drowned. By faith the walls of Jericho fell, after the people had marched around them for seven days. By faith the harlot Rahab, because she welcomed the spies, was not killed with... Continue Reading →

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