“Whether you think you can or can’t, you’re right.”
Henry Ford’s words have been proven true time and again. Our mind plays a key role in our future success.
So, what are you thinking about your life?
Who is Jesus? To the shepherds, He was a sign of respect and self-esteem. To the wise men, He was royalty. To the Jews of His day, He wasn’t what they expected. To His mother, Mary, He was God’s love.
This Christmas, I encourage you to read through the Christmas story from the original source—the Bible—and consider who Jesus was to the people involved. You’ll find the story in the first two chapters of the book of Matthew and the book of Luke. If those chapters pique your curiosity, I encourage you to take a leap of faith and keep reading. Read More…
An emotional wound needs time to heal—but that wound will not heal if you continually rip it open through remembering how horrible the other person treated you. A man by the name of David Ridge put it this way, “True forgiveness is not an action after the fact; it is an attitude with which you enter each moment.”
Disappointment is one of the most dangerous forces in this world today. How can you deal with it correctly? Here’s a sixty-second tip from Pastor Mac Hammond.
Winning communicators don’t accuse others of something that might not be true. They find out the truth instead.
Our military families should not have to serve our country alone. Let’s stand with them.
Your time is one of the most valuable gifts you have been given – and how you spend it shows where your true priorities lie.
If you want to win in your communication, remember that your nonverbal communication is speaking much louder than the words coming out of your mouth.
Everyone loves to win, but not everyone has the mentality of a winner. Positive thinking is a simple yet godly truth to winning in life.
Some people will always disagree with your ideas, but does that mean you should give up on them? Absolutely not. Never give up on the ideas and dreams God has given you.