Fear has a way of robbing us of today. Then when today is gone, regret comes to visit to press on our minds the thoughts of guilt. We can change that today by thinking in a new way. Today is a day full of faith and opportunities to be fearless. When we can face our … Continue reading Face Friday Fearless with Faith
Are we back to normal yet? What is normal? Many of the challenges and frustrations before the pandemic remain. In addition to those, we find many more to add to them. These factors deplete our emotional reserves and leave us feeling empty and deflated. We just had a holiday break, and many found themselves looking … Continue reading What “Prescription” do you need?
As I prepare for the New Year I always select one word to move me forward. My one word for this year is Grit. Take a few days to think of the “One Word” that will move you forward in the new year.
My blog today talks about “Tell stories to change lives.” I have always been the authentic me. Telling your story does not make you less of a leader but an individual who can make a difference in the life of another. People want to know about struggles and they especially want to know they are … Continue reading The rest of the story…
Oh, the beautiful gifts, all wrapped with care with the perfect bow and tag to know where it goes. Well, the gifts I give are usually tucked in a gift bag with some tissue paper or wrapped with no pattern and so much tape! Wrapping gifts is not one of my talents. I am still … Continue reading The Gifts
Each day I wake with gratitude for the blessings of a new day. Life's journey continues with a path before me that I know will be full of opportunities, change, storms, celebrations, and faith-shaking moments. However, I know I can face all things with peace, love, hope, and joy from the devotions I read each … Continue reading Peace, Love, Hope and Joy
Sincere love is when you love others with a pure heart, as God does. We are accepting of God’s love for ourselves as well. We will no longer be controlled by our experiences of being hurt, rejected, abused, hatefully treated by others, or negative self-talk. 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 NIV Love is patient; love is kind. … Continue reading Spiritual Sunday-12-11-22
As a small child, I never really thought about teaching. Then as I reflect on my memories, I did not know think about education because I had a bad experience in 3rd grade, so I blocked out all of the opportunities I experienced teaching throughout my childhood. My parents did not have an education, so … Continue reading The Love of Teaching
Today, I discovered looking at old pictures; I did not recognize many things at first. Then, all of a sudden a little memory escaped from the photo and jumped right out to bring me a great story to enjoy a laugh. Have you ever had a moment when you realized the value of those little … Continue reading WHY Not?
We are to God the pleasing aroma of Christ. 2 Corinthians 2:15 I love the different aromas from the flower gardens when they are in full bloom, but these are not the only times aroma affects me. How about you? To walk into Bath and Body works, you are hit with the wall of aroma … Continue reading Aroma of leadership