anger, christian faith, communication, diligence, discernment, discipline, slow to speak

Last week I met a bully……

The Art of Skilled Communication and Discernment….. Last week I met a bully.  He spent weeks accusing me of lack of integrity and character and threatening to sue me numerous times.  At 54 years of age, I’ve had vast business experience. I’ve managed millions of dollars in budgets, overseeing people and properties and meeting the… Continue reading Last week I met a bully……

christian faith, communication, discernment, discipline

Are you a door or a door mat?

Serving Others…. Are you a door or a doormat? The truth is, it made me mad. Here I was in church, looking to be encouraged by the sermon. As the worship ended, our pastor stood up and made a statement I’ll never forget. You could have heard a pin drop in the huge auditorium. “Do… Continue reading Are you a door or a door mat?

change, children, christian faith, communication, diligence, discernment, discipline, family values, love, parenting

Phones!? Making memories in the moments!

To the man I run by frequently in my neighborhood. You are outside with your kids, fun!  They are running and playing and having a blast!  From time to time they say, "look daddy" and you glance over and smile. Then you look back down, at your phone. To the man sitting next to me… Continue reading Phones!? Making memories in the moments!

Baton Rouge Christian Life Magazine, christian faith, communication, diligence, discernment, discipline, Health, Perception, time management

3 ways to have Revelation over Resolutions! My publishers letter for January 2018…. how about yours?

Happy New Year! There is nothing like a fresh start! The New Year offers a chance to establish goals, resurrect dreams, and bring new habits to life. While many will be listing Resolutions, we are focusing on ‘revelations.’ A resolution means “a firm decision to do or not do something.” Revelation means “the divine or… Continue reading 3 ways to have Revelation over Resolutions! My publishers letter for January 2018…. how about yours?