Here's a few thoughts to assist you in starting, and ending, your senior year strong, and leaving a positive impression that will last with others, but also for you...
I was watching a reality show with my wife the other night, I won’t say which one, but it was definitely about wealthy sisters who are involved in fashion and makeup. Anyway, in this show, one of the sisters threw a party of some sort with a bunch of random rooms and mirrors. It seemed … Continue reading Say “No” to “Yes Men”
Far too, often I find myself caught up in my schedule. I find myself thinking about the tasks ahead, while working on a project at the same time. I noticed this the other day with my son. We were playing a game of toss. He has always had a pretty strong throwing arm, but he … Continue reading Living in the Moment
The world needs Christians to step into the bad and point towards the good.
When you are speaking truth into someone's life and they don't want to hear it, you need to step away. It doesn't mean you drop them forever, nor does it mean you stop being there when they reach out.
Taking your time forces you to pay attention to detail.
If your spiritual health is weak, then you cannot expect your relationship with God to be strong.
"Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn."-Romans 12:15 When tragedy strikes, it is difficult to find the right words to say. People are searching for answers, but often times they're looking for someone to assist with their healing. Healing comes in many forms, often times through tears, yet comforting words of peace can be an added benefit to those who are … Continue reading 3 Things To Say In Times Of Need
We need to take proper steps to strengthen our roots. Sometimes, that will require us to step into tense situations and be pushed out of our comfort zone to become stronger in our faith.
It's alright for us to disagree. We just need to do it with love, peace, and humility in mind. Our relationships are more important than being right (I had a pastor friend share that once), so let us try to honor each other through the message of Jesus.