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Organization, Focus, and Faith
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The world is comprised of a lot of really great people that want to make a difference in the lives of others.  How they go about doing that is the challenge, as motivation to make a difference is just step one! The worst thing any non-profit or ministry can do is provide a lot of hype to a project, but then fail to execute...

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Eliminating Obstacles to Save Lives
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Addressing the needs of the poorest of the poor is not what we can call an easy task.  In fact, it’s very tough work and full of challenges and obstacles to give people a chance at a better life.   The best way to give people a chance to live is to take a holistic approach to the challenges that they face.  You can’t...

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Journey of Sacrifices
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Journey of Sacrifices

April 15, 2017

There is no greater example of a Journey of Faith than the ultimate sacrifice made by Jesus.  I often refer to The Bible as “Life’s Instruction Manual” and Jesus provided the perfect example of how to follow it.  I am not referring just to Jesus’ final moments on earth, but to all that happened throughout His time among us.   There is no bigger...

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The Journey Begins….
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The Journey Begins….

April 9, 2017

Palm Sunday….a time to reflect on a journey that would change history, but also a time to reflect on a journey lies before us…. As a follower of Jesus, we are constantly searching for our calling of life.  It seems as we continue forward, success continues to be met with challenges, and many times we run into obstacles that seem to overwhelm our path....

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A Nation Built on Immigration and Law
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We are a nation based on the rule of law. Over the past years, policies of allowing discord and selective enforcement of our laws has created anarchy and riot in our very own streets. Regardless of how many fits, riots, protests, etc. are held, the country is now working to secure our safety, economy, and future so that all have the ability to live...

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Leaders are People Too!
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Leaders are People Too!

September 19, 2016

Leading in Non-profits and Ministries is very hard.  There are those that feel that the leaders are perfect, should have no flaws, and never make a mistake.  The truth is, Leaders are people too! Carey Nieuwhof is founding pastor of Connexus Church and a best selling author on a variety of subjects related to growing the church.  He penned an outstanding article that needs...

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Dallas – My Hometown in Tears
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My heart weeps as we deal with a horrific attack on the Dallas, TX Police.  Dallas is my hometown, not a perfect place, but a city full of amazing people with a heart for others.  We continue to pray for the families of all who have been killed or injured.  It’s time for all people of faith and compassion for their fellow man to...

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When is it worth going or staying at home?
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There is a lot of controversy occurring with the upcoming Rio Olympics.  The threat of the Zika virus has caused many well known athletes to withdraw from participating in the Olympics out of fear for their health and future family well-being.  No one should ever be criticized for making the best decisions for themselves and their family, but is this the best decision? Having traveled...

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Pulling in the Same Direction
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The American political scene highlights a problem that we find in many Non-Profits and Ministries…focus and a strategy where all are on the same page.  The one constant in any situation is that there will be opinions and suggestions coming from all angles and it is up to the leadership to determine where to focus its resources and attention.  An organization cannot be distracted...

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