Task vs Purpose

By | January 31st, 2019|Categories: Life, Purpose|

In order to win in life, our ability to not equate task to purpose is critical. Your task may seem menial, uninteresting and even random. Don’t ever allow the assignment to hijack nor define your purpose. You may be tasked with watching sheep for a [...]

Embracing the Grace in Obscurity

By | January 6th, 2019|Categories: Expectancy, Life, Patience, Purpose|

As one year ends and transitions into a brand new series of 365 chances to grow, there must be preparation. If you live in a “faith-based” environment such as myself, then you know the barrage of slogans, decrees and war cries started back in [...]

The Truth About Trust Issues

By | December 15th, 2018|Categories: Growth, Life|

A simple Google search on the subject of trust issues is like unravelling a spool of thread, with no end in sight. Immediately articles reviewing the "10 signs  you have trust issues " pop up  leading to self interrogation and introspection. Let's not even [...]

Growth: On the Way to Maturity

By | July 14th, 2017|Categories: Growth, Life, Patience, Purpose|

Do you remember having your food cut up as a child? Great care would be taken to ensure that your bite sizes had no bones and were manageable, requiring little to no effort on your part. Your parents and care givers recognized your limitations, [...]


By | June 4th, 2017|Categories: Life, Purpose|

How many times have you heard someone use the phrase " Take care of yourself" or "Be good to yourself"? At least a million, if you're like me. It's normally followed with the suggestion of seeing a movie, going out to a restaurant, or indulging [...]

Do You Need A Mentor?

By | May 6th, 2017|Categories: Life, Mentorship, Purpose|

I am learning that there's a growing sector of people, in our culture, who are self professed "Lone Rangers". Fear and insecurity have masked themselves as pride and self sufficiency, coaxing us to wave flags of individuality. As much as I believe in and celebrate [...]

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