How do you motivate children to learn? For some, it’s not a problem. They are born with an insatiable desire to get their hands on books. Others, well… Three of our four children were keen, highly-motivated students. And then, along came the youngest. She was bright and very intelligent;… Read moreMotivating Children to Learn
My son, my daughter, The plans I have for you are for your well-being, prosperity and peace, not for evil. I have prepared for you A FUTURE more magnificent than you can imagine and A STEADFAST HOPE that will pull you through every obstacle along the way. Call on me,… Read moreMy Son, My Daughter
Shalom! How do you deal with the anxiety that creeps up on you too often? Your day unfolds smoothly. Out of nowhere a fretful thought accompanied by a worried feeling slips in. As thoughts gather momentum and anxious feelings accumulate, you begin to sweat, your heart pounds, and you are… Read moreHow to Manage Anxiety & Eliminate Anxiety Attacks
What is the difference between faith and wishful thinking? The dictionary defines faith as “complete trust or confidence in someone or something”. Wishful thinking is “feeling or expressing strong desire or hope for something not easily attainable”. The difference? Complete trust and confidence vs feeling and strong desire. But,… Read moreWishful Thinking or Faith?
Shalom! Psalm 91 is a signature affirmation of my faith. It aligns my spirit, soul and body with truth that sets me free. My morning declaration is: I live in Your shadow, Almighty, and I say, “You are refuge! My fortress! My God! I trust You!” You rescue me… Read moreUnder The Shadow
Character is assayed by two standards: (1) choices we make when all is well, (2) choices we make when all goes wrong. In July of this year, the Ice Bucket Challenge–dumping a bucket of ice on someone’s head–went viral in the social media. Pete Frates from Boston and his… Read moreThe Measure of Character