I'm not sure if you ever heard of Fran Tarkenton, but I'm sure the die-hard football fans have(of which I am not one). I have however, read one of his books and want to share some of the tips I gained from reading it. If you don't know who this guy is take a look … Continue reading Mile 34: Ten tips from the “greatest scrambling QB of all time”
While reading Luke chapter 7 I found some understandings that made me see God in a different light. Here are the three ways I see within the chapter with how God engages you with His Power. 1) Your Faith In the story of the Roman centurion who wanted one of his servants to be healed(you … Continue reading Mile 34: Three ways God engages you with His Power
The shepherd and sheep relationship is an analogy that scriptures often use to represent one of the many clear understandings of what our relationship with God is like. Ironically, we believe that that analogy makes us look helpless while yet we live, perceive, and follow the shepherding of city planners; who tell us where we … Continue reading Mile 33: Could you be the next leader?
Our culture today is working hard shaping you into a production machine. It's little wonder why personal development coaches and life coaches are in abundance. They help us to "make it". And while becoming financially unburdened is a good goal to have, there ought to be a remarkable distinction when observing the results: quality of … Continue reading Mile 33: Don’t make this mistake while seeking financial freedom
Last night as I was driving back from NY, I experienced my first face-on accident. I don't want to bore with details but it is enough to say that all involved were and are safe (except for my body feeling a little banged up). This is one of those situations where the worse could have … Continue reading Mile 33: One more chance to live…what do you do?
"You can not lead what you still fit in with." - TD Jakes Leadership by simple understanding reveals that you should be leading to somewhere else. Those who are in "positions of leadership" but aren't going somewhere are not real leaders, they are managers - managing where a leader has already brought the group. In … Continue reading Mile 32: Do you have the courage to become a leader