“Believe in yourself and be prepared to work hard.” – Stella McCartney “What you do is less important than the difference you make.” – Tiffany Dufu There is a massive trend happening in the workplace right now, where more and more employees are deciding to work from a home […]Read more "The Art of Working from Home (and Making This Work for You)"
“Your talent is God’s gift to you. What you do with it is your gift back to God.” – Leo Buscaglia Shakespeare wrote that “all the world’s a stage,” and each one of us truly has a unique role to play. Flip through the pages of Scripture and you’ll find overwhelming references to […]Read more "Your Unique Talent: What Has God “Packed” Into You?"
“It’s smooth sailing all the way with God of the Angel Armies.” – Psalm 84:12 (MSG) Rick Warren, author of the best-selling book – The Purpose Driven Life – claims that in order for any individual or organization to achieve success they need a picture, or symbol, that captures the essence of their mission. If […]Read more "The Spiritual Significance of the Sailboat"
“Happiness is like a butterfly, which, when pursued, is always beyond our grasp, but if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.” – Nathaniel Hawthorne Over Spring Break our family visited The Butterfly Palace in Branson, Missouri. How incredible it was to learn about how much these delicate creatures can accomplish in the […]Read more "Butterfly Joy"
Martin Puryear, Ladder for Booker T. Washington, 1996 “Why do I feel I have to reach, believe I have to rise, When You never said I had to climb these broken ladders?” -Selah While living in Fort Worth, Texas, I visited the Museum of Modern Art and came across a sculpture by […]Read more "Are You Climbing a Broken Ladder?"
Today’s churches are having a find time holding onto their worship leaders, and at times it seems that every song rubs someone the wrong way. Why is this? Kenny Lamm, the Worship Consultant for the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, has this to say about the situation: […]Read more "Healing the “Generation Gap” in Christian Music – One Song at a Time"
The following work of flash fiction has been submitted to the “81 Words Challenge.” If you’d like to try your hand at telling an epic tale in just 81 words, click here. The End From my first breath I’ve dreamed of writing. My parents devoured books, and as […]Read more "Flash Fiction Friday – “The End”"
“When we sing for the Lord and worship and praise Him, it doesn’t matter if we capture the attention of millions in an arena or no one in a practice room, we know that He is glorified and honored by our music. He looks down on us and says ‘Well done, good and faithful servant.’” – […]Read more "Christian Artist Feature: Miriam J. Schell"
Some of you will remember my post from a few months ago about declaring war on my stubborn gray hair and fighting to maintain my youthful appearance. Well, sadly, the “Gray-Hair Saga” continues! I quickly realized that hair dye is not only expensive, but washes out incredibly quickly. It’s just so […]Read more "Motivating Monday – Appreciating My “Silver Lining”"
Christian & Faithful Pass Through Vanity Fair: wood engraving for a 19th century edition of ‘The Pilgrim’s Progress’, first published in London in 1678. “Yet I hold this one thing against you: you have forsaken the love you had at first.” – Revelation 2:4 Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, […]Read more "Recovering the Lost Art of Faithfulness"