Yesterday was the Called Woman Conference and what a great day we had! The attendees learned about their personality style, how to discover their mission to guide their life and about the leadership qualities that we all have. We had three additional speakers who talked about how they discovered their passion and reinvented their lives after leaving…Continue
I would like to start this blog by saying (or rather typing) that it is so great to be back as an active member of the 48Days community. The ideas, support, and encouragement of this community are unparalleled! I’ve missed being a part of the great things happening here.
Two months ago I was preparing to give a talk to 200 teenagers at a church. Right before my talk my cell phone started to ring. I make it a practice to not answer my phone right before I speak because I want to be…Continue
Added by Tim Davis on March 31, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments
One week ago today, my cousin Mike passed away at the age of 54. My own brother Bill passed away in March of 2010 at the age of 54. I'm 51. Fifty-four just doesn't seem as old now as it did when I was 17.
When we get together to bid a close family member good-bye from this earthly shore, we begin to see things from a different angle.
The eulogy at Bill's funeral spoke about how, as a nurse, he cared for his patients, and fumed about the "BS" paperwork that got in the way of…Continue
Ritmo se puede encontrar en todo lo que nos rodea. No solo en la música, sino en lo que hacemos a diario.
En el afán de vivir, olvidamos nuestro propio ritmo. Negamos nuestra naturaleza y queremos que todo nos suceda ya. Y es que así es como nos han enseñado.
El tema es que al ignorar nuestro ritmo, alteramos el deber ser de las cosas y podemos estar bloqueando nuestro camino al éxito.
Lo vemos a diario, la persona que renuncia a un buen cargo porque le…
Added by Cesar Escobar on March 30, 2012 at 11:14am — No Comments
THE LORD'S PRAYER
Written by Caroline Gavin
The Lord’s Prayer…Continue
Added by Caroline Gavin on March 30, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
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I have been in the midst of an ongoing battle with my spouse about what I should be doing in regards to work. Her idea is to get a job an work the next 40 years in the same job! That would be great but I am inclined to believe that those jobs are a thing of the past. I am currently working two part time jobs which I got after about a two month time between jobs. One job is with the local county government and Krystal's where I will be a breakfast cook and eventually the breakfast supervisor.…Continue
I recently heard an international speaker make an interesting statement.
She said, you don't need money, you need ideas!…Continue
Added by Bernice Coles on March 30, 2012 at 4:00am — No Comments
This week was spring break at the college where I am employed part time, and I had it all planned out. While many of my colleagues were planning beach trips and other spring break outings, my plan was to spend the whole week doing the work I love so much, practicing the laying on of hands and changing lives through…Continue
Added by Rochelle J Delain on March 29, 2012 at 9:23pm — No Comments
Spring is here and in full swing. The earth is in a season of renewal. With April showers, May flowers, fresh air, birds singing, many of us get a mode of cleaning our house. We start organizing our clothes to make room for the warm weather items as we put away the winter ones. Then we start to spruce up the house by cleaning things we never mean to clean like windows baseboards, and corners. Throwing, away old items and bring in the new and adding new colors to liven up…Continue
Added by Lisa Jackson on March 29, 2012 at 8:00pm — No Comments
While sitting at my house, I was looking at all the stuff that I had accumulated over the years. It is amazing how we buy things just to buy them. The stuff sits in our houses collecting dust. While our dreams of a life we always wanted wait until one day when the kids…Continue
Added by Scott Brock on March 29, 2012 at 4:10pm — No Comments
Es una pregunta que nos hacemos cuando vemos todo negro. Queremos sacar fuerza, queremos tener esperanza, pero no la vemos. ¿De dónde la saco?
El problema es que buscamos por fuera, buscamos una señal, algo que nos diga que todo va a estar bien. ¿Cómo es esa señal? Otro gran problema, reconocerla.
La esperanza proviene de la fe. De CREER que las cosas pueden cambiar, que todo puede ser diferente. Si me vienen leyendo, saben para donde voy y que les voy a decir:
Added by Cesar Escobar on March 29, 2012 at 6:22am — No Comments
While many of us have heard eye-opening statistics about the challenges single parents have to face and the elevated risk factors children now have to grapple with, we don’t always hear about what is being done about it.(Jump to Podcast)…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on March 29, 2012 at 5:48am — No Comments
I drive down a busy highway to get to "my job". I'm in the middle of traffic twice a day. One of these mornings soon that daily commute will be my last because I will…Continue