Gold Christmas background of defocused lights with decorated tree I really wanted to get a blog post out before Christmas day but that didn't work out. So, today as I come up for air from the Christmas festivities (otherwise known in the Caribbean as turning your house upside down to fix it back ... Read More about A Late Merry Christmas and Ideas For The Slow Week Ahead
Discover Your Identity
Every single one of these books has inspired me in some way to live courageously and go after God's purpose for my life. In truth, everyday fear and thoughts of failure cause me to doubt whether I am truly capable of carrying out the vision He has given me. But if He's done it for the authors of ... Read More about 12 Books to Inspire You to Live Courageously
Life is good yet you can’t shake the feeling that God has more in store you. You hesitate to step out, afraid to leave the familiar behind. You're afraid to let go of something good so that you can move into God's "great". I know how you feel. I’ve been a software developer for many years and ... Read More about Overcome These Fears to Move From Good to God’s Great
Based on what God has promised in His Word, there is a measure of wealth that the church is supposed to have. No, I don't mean the "prosperity gospel." This wealth is not solely to benefit individuals or families. It is meant to support and promote the advancement of God's plans. And there are some ... Read More about Are You Called to Create Wealth for the Kingdom of God?
Mountain goat with huge horns resting on the rocks over the abyss in the Judean mountains against the background of the sky and the desert far below Today is Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the Jewish Calendar. It begins on the evening of the ninth day of Tishri (Oct 8) and lasts until the ... Read More about Yom Kippur and the Forgiveness of Amber Guyger