Jesus in Everyday Life, Surrender to Jesus

Attitude. Part 3. Warrior or Wimp?

Adversity is something to look forward to. It’s to be met with GREAT joy because it grows us and develops our endurance—spiritual, emotional, mental, physical, social, psychological—until we’re complete, perfect, lacking nothing.

Devotionals, Jesus in Everyday Life

Attitude, Part 2–Nuts, Guts, Heart, and Mind

Attitude is a choice. Like wrestling, it takes nuts, guts, heart, and mind. And in the face of adversity-God gives us what we need for victory. (Thank you Tim Hartung for your contributions.)

Jesus in Everyday Life

Attitude. Part 1

Attitude. There’s a myriad of literature out there about the importance of a positive attitude and its correlation to your success. This is not one of them. Oh, there’s definitely a correlation between the two—a positive attitude is crucial to success in all areas of our life. But I’m concerned about something more significant. More… Continue reading Attitude. Part 1

Jesus in Everyday Life, Resolutions

I Resolve To…(Part 3, Breaking It Down)

What dreams are burning inside of you, ready to become reality? What unmet goals do you still have because you don’t know where to start? I know where you are; I’ve been there. Frozen. Overwhelmed. Unable to move. And then I learned how to break down goals into bite-sized pieces. I learned how not to… Continue reading I Resolve To…(Part 3, Breaking It Down)

My Story, Reflect, Resolutions

I Resolve To…(part 2–No Excuses)

As I stated in, I Resolve To…part 1: The dominant challenge we face when striving to obtain a goal or make a life change is OURSELVES. But if you don’t allow yourself to make excuses or look for a back door, you’ll be much, much more successful. AND if you choose to look at multiple… Continue reading I Resolve To…(part 2–No Excuses)

Jesus in Everyday Life, Reflect, Your Purpose

I Resolve To…Part 1

New Year’s Resolutions. Did you make any? I didn’t. I’m not a fan of making resolutions. Especially at New Years. Not to sound cliché, but they rarely ever last. In the past, most of my New Year’s Resolutions started with little to no conviction and fell as soon as The Ball dropped. Others had the… Continue reading I Resolve To…Part 1