“I know your works, that you are neither cold nor hot. I could wish you were cold or hot. So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot,[a] I will vomit you out of My mouth.” Rev 3:15:16 There are three approaches to life with God: 1. All In 2. All Out; 3.… Continue reading All In
Do you live for Fridays? Do you live for 5 p.m.? If so, commit to living for more. But how? Let me share. I’ve learned these from books, mentors and my own trial and error in life and business. They are each a long discussion over a great cup of coffee, but in a nutshell:… Continue reading What do you Live for?
Have you settled for less because you think you have reached your limit? Are you thinking too small? Jesus once said “You have not, because you ask not?”. Have you stopped asking? Perhaps you feel God has done all He can for you? Let’s not forget that you are God’s most prized possession, an original,… Continue reading THINK – PRAY – BELIEVE
After studying many bible characters, champions and leaders and why some have succeeded and while others have failed, I have come to the knowledge that there are 2 principles that control our lives, our actions. 1st Principle: The Principle of Thought “I think therefore I am”.. Descartes You are what you think… Change your thoughts,… Continue reading 2 Principles of Success
When you step into the ring to fight, everything that you are comes at you. I am sure the same can be said of all sports. Sports tests everything that a person is, the striving for victory, the hurt, the pain can all be found in sport. Yet it is the same qualities that propel… Continue reading What Makes A Champion – Part 1
1: Follow God – there is nothing you can do that is bad enough to make God hate you. His love does not depend on your actions 2: Keep short tabs with God – Communicate with God every day, read the bible, tell Him the things you have done wrong, try to get to know… Continue reading The Bad Boy Turned Good 8 Step Survival Plan
Good Afternoon Suicide is rarely a spur of the moment decision. In the days and hours before people kill themselves, there are usually clues and warning signs. The strongest and most disturbing signs are verbal – ‘I can’t go on,’ ‘Nothing matters any more’ or even ‘I’m thinking of ending it all.’ Such remarks should… Continue reading Suicide – Not A Spur Of The Moment Decision