If you’ve ever felt lost, you’re shooting par for the course as a human being. Everyone faces this challenge sooner or later. Feeling lost is like the blinking yellow light that says "caution - possible hazard ahead". I know that may sound extreme but in all reality, you do believe your life is off track... or you wouldn't feel that way.
It could be that you feel like your life lacks meaning or that your future is uncompelling. This is a great time to take a long, hard loo
We all want to be motivated. We all want to be disciplined. You might be thinking, “What’s the difference?” Trust me… there are differences! At the beginning of the year, you’re motivated to make some changes. You’re going to find a better job, lose 30 pounds, exercise each day, and read a book each week. You’re so excited at the beginning of the year. I mean come on, a new year… a fresh start!!! So what do you do> You start with the obvious 😊 and purchase a gym membership,
Your biggest obstacle to success is yourself. The rest of the world is too busy to actively get in your way. That's great news! If your lack of success is your fault, you can take steps to address the situation. There are a variety of ways you sabotage yourself. You procrastinate, think negatively, and have other harmful habits. As Walt Kelly once said, "We have met the enemy, and he is us." Be honest with yourself and look at the times in your life when success slipped throu
Holy Spirit woke me up this morning with the word rebellion. It’s something that as a pastor we never want to deal with. It’s one of those situations that we never would have to confront if it were not for the fallen state of mankind and pride. As I started my morning devotion I came upon a blog post by Joyce Meyer. Here is an excerpt and I will post a link to the entire blog post below. The Dangers of Rebellionand the Way Out: We need to know what rebellion is to really unde