August 19, 2023

As I was with Moses, so I will be with you; I will never leave you nor forsake you. — Joshua 1:5 Transitions in life can be challenging, specifically in organizational leadership. Transition affects every aspect of an organization. The changes within the company usually affect the people who must adjust and adapt to succession and possibly restructuring, if they choose to stay with the company. Introduction In this article, my focus is on religious organizations and on how to... Read more

July 24, 2023

I have learned that focusing more on our losses in the past will cause us to lose sight of spiritual gains that are purposed to replace those losses in the future.   Gains and losses are part of life. I believe that when practicing Christians lose, God has a plan and way of restoring or replacing what we lost with something better and more valuable. Usually, it requires an attitude change on our part before we can even attempt to... Read more

June 29, 2023

“It is good for me I have been afflicted, that I might learn Your statues.” Psalm 119:71  The Visit Although I was a Christian, I did not know that one Friday afternoon would be the beginning of my spiritual development and growth track. It was the day I met Sister Deborah R and my eyes were opened. My local church office received a telephone visitation referral from a social service organization without the community. We only had her physical address;... Read more

June 24, 2023

Childlike Hope What makes children living in poverty-stricken conditions cling to each other with gigantic smiles on their face? HOPE! In this article, I want to inspire you to look at hope from a little child’s perspective. Aren’t we children of God? As a child of God, you must remain hopeful despite life’s unpleasantness and or your painful conditions. Hope Defined defines hope as a noun and a verb: Noun: the feeling that what is wanted can be had... Read more

June 16, 2023

Facing opposition should be expected in various leadership roles and responsibilities. Everyone will not agree with executive decisions, policies, and procedures. However, when Christian leaders face opposition, especially within their organizations, a moral code of conduct should matter. What happens when it doesn’t matter? How should Christian leaders respond when there is an attack against kingdom projects and programs ordained by God? We can learn how to deal with opposition from Nehemiah. When he asked about the situation in Jerusalem,... Read more

June 14, 2023

Being reminded that God keeps His promises is good news to me! Seeing a colorful bow across the sky after rain renews my hope in God’s sovereign rule. The Documentation And God said: “This is the sign of the covenant which I make between Me and you, and every living creature that is with you, for perpetual generations: I set My rainbow in the cloud, and it shall be for the sign of the covenant between Me and the earth. It shall be, when I bring a cloud... Read more

June 9, 2023

  A relationship can flourish with consistent communication. No exchange of ideas, plans, goals, or honest discussion will lead to a relationship’s dissolution. Everyone involved may feel like there’s no point in continuing to work on the relationship. They give up hope of a resolution. Unfortunately, from the spiritual perspective, this should not be the final outcome for Christians. Although the need for constant communication is the same, there is a key difference—praying to an invisible yet relational God. Prayer... Read more

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