Sunday Morning. The minister, Max Lucado, speaks from the book of Joshua in the Old Testament. Max says the story of the Israelites getting a second chance to cross the Jordan River and possess Canaan is a metaphor for us … read more
Friday night. Forty-eight hours of freedom lay ahead. The problem? No outings with friends or shopping sprees awaited. I dreaded being home alone and bored. So I stopped at a bookstore, bought a book, and nestled down in my bed … read more
I tossed and turned, unable to sleep. Earlier in the day my friend, Marcia, and I caught up by phone. She revealed she’s sleeping in her van. A layoff, a bout with cancer, and finding only part-time work waiting tables … read more
I’m in a rut, doing the same thing every day in the same way.
People I work or rub shoulders with annoy me. Everybody is out for themselves.
Creatively, I’m blocked…(continued) read more
(This is an update to my previous post, “10 Questions for identifying your core gift.”) “Your core gift is an insight wrapped in talent and shared with others.” -G. Rose Recently I felt burdened by work and starved for a … read more
You have or had a dream. It shone brightly. You shared it with a friend. She thought it was a great idea and said she’d like to join you. The dream gave you joy and hope.
But it fizzled.
Your ideas met with roadblocks.
No one else is interested anymore.
The whole thing seems stupid…like a waste of time.
Your heart has sunk—and the dream with it.
Wait! Find one more step to take to keep the dream alive and take it.
Here are four (4) reasons why… read more
An artist uses a sharp knife… read more
Susan Boyle, the overnight sensation from TV’s Britain’s Got Talent was initially judged by her appearance. When she walked out on stage, the dowdy, graying, 47-year-old was anything but the image of a professional singer. The judges and audience … read more