8. Speak Graciously – Part One #GreatLife
Jul31

8. Speak Graciously – Part One #GreatLife

Want a ‪#‎GreatLife‬? Speak graciously.   The words you speak become the house you live in.   Your tongue guides your life. Your tongue can bring healing or cause destruction. Be care+full about everything that you utter. Speak your hopes and never your fears.   How do you talk to others?  More importantly, how do you talk to YOURSELF?  Did you know that what YOU say about YOU is more important to how your life goes...

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Seven (or Eight) Books Every Christian Business Leader, Sales Professional & Entrepreneur Must Read
Jul16

Seven (or Eight) Books Every Christian Business Leader, Sales Professional & Entrepreneur Must Read

  I’ve found that one of the hardest things to do is to reconcile being faithful to Christ as a Believer and being proudly proficient and profitable as an entrepreneur and sales professional.  In modern America, people have a hard time being comfortable as Bible-Believing Christians in their roles as businesspersons.  They just don’t see how the two go together without compromise.   Even in looking for coaches,...

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Please cry with me?
Jun22

Please cry with me?

  So many days after the massacre in South Carolina… and in the aftermath of the (renewed) controversy over the Confederate Battle Flag, I finally understand what’s been going on with me: I’m grieving.   I haven’t known what to say. I haven’t known what to do.  I’ve not even known exactly how to pray.  I’ve just been hurting. I’ve even cried a bit.   I was saddened by the...

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Why Resolutions are GOOD! (and How to Better Keep Them)
Jan04

Why Resolutions are GOOD! (and How to Better Keep Them)

I know a lot of you don’t like making resolutions for the new year.  I get it.  I do.  But still, I love it! Something as seemingly small as changing pages on the calendar energizes me and helps me feel like everything and anything is possible again.  Frankly, I only have a couple of issues with the rampant resolution-making and declarations of the next year being “the year of _______!” (fill in the blank) with...

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Going the Extra Mile In Your Relationships

Overcompensate. “Whoever forces you to go one mile, go with him two.” – Matthew 5:41 Krystle S. Talley of The Christian Chameleon would say this means to go the extra mile to compromise, love, and give grace to your significant other. I think that is a great take on it.  The Bible might also call this bearing one another’s burdens. When it comes to dating as divorced people, one thing we have to be aware...

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Dreaming of diligence and waking to walk it out…

I love sharing my dreams with you all.  I try to do it while they’re fresh so I don’t forget the details.  Here’s from last night… I was digging around in my front yard near the sidewalk under some of the decorative bricks that lining the concrete walk. (Why? Who knows? It was a dream.) Digging. Getting my fingers dirty, I discovered a coin. A penny most likely. And then, finding that penny, I decided...

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