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Know Your Identity

Know Your Identity

Who do you think you are? Normally when such a question is posed, it is done so under a rhetorical pretense and in a sarcastic tone. So, it’s usually viewed as a disrespectful jab and therefore rarely ever answered. But, it is important to note that identity affiliation is often times linked to personal confidence, […]

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Dear Rejection

Dear Rejection

Dear Rejection, It has taken me a while to write you this letter. I’ve put it off because I had a hard time sorting out exactly how I feel about us. I know we have been together for a long time, but I must break up with you. When we first met, I didn’t like […]

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Wake Up for God’s Message

Wake Up for God’s Message

“Wake up, wake up.” Here it was again. My 3 a.m. wake up call from the Holy Spirit. I typically retire around 11:30 p.m. or midnight. While some may be annoyed at having their precious sleep interrupted and thereby, bury themselves beneath the covers, I sit up in the stillness of these 3 a.m. Holy […]

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Blind Spots

Blind Spots

I recently read that the majority of all car accidents occur because at least one of the drivers involved fails to pay attention to their surroundings. While it is easy to avoid the objects that appear right in front of us or in our side and rearview mirrors, it can be extremely difficult to detect […]

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Throw It Out!

Throw It Out!

Spring is finally here! I love it when Spring comes to Northern California! Everything is green again, flowers are blooming, there is warmer weather, and the birds are chirping! Life is exploding everywhere I look! Along with all of those beautiful expressions of Spring come two looming projects, taxes, and spring-cleaning. I really enjoy the […]

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The Divine Code of a Divine Moment

The Divine Code of a Divine Moment

All moments in history are not equal; some are epic in their significance. In these divine moments, God sovereignly reveals Himself and His purposes, releasing an invitation to rewrite corporate or personal history. When willing vessels have a yes in their hearts, they can become the “hinge of history” on which a new door opens […]

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B.I.G. Dreams Require B.I.G. Prayers

B.I.G. Dreams Require B.I.G. Prayers

Prayer is the key to achieving B.I.G. things in 2015! We all have dreams. I’m not talking about the dreams that you have at night. I’m talking about the thoughts and desires that are so much a part of you, you seemingly can’t get away from them. It’s that hunger and drive inside of you […]

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10 Fast Breakers for 2015

10 Fast Breakers for 2015

While attending a Prayer and Breakfast event, Pastor Alice Hemmeian declared, “Break Fast on Your Faith.” She eloquently expounded that “breakfast” was a compound word that suggests the commencement of an action that had been previously discontinued. On this particular morning, what it meant to break fast was indelibly written on the tablet of my […]

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Step Into A New Vision

Step Into A New Vision

The onset of a new year often fills our hearts with excitement and wonder. The chance to begin again and embrace new opportunities is a blessing from God. While we look forward to the future, we may also be cautious about continuing along our journey. Rather than shrink back in fear, we can embrace 2015 […]

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Shape Up Your Prayer Life

Shape Up Your Prayer Life

You’ve indulged in holiday treats both sweet and savory. You’re ready to get your physical self in shape through healthier eating and exercise coupled with fasting. But in what shape is your prayer life? If you desire to shape up your prayer life for 2015 and beyond, here are four key elements to enhance your […]

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The Intimacy Found in Prayer

The Intimacy Found in Prayer

I talk often about how my pursuit of God has been inspired by the Lord giving David the title “Man after God’s own heart.” This inspiration thrust me into wanting to find out as to why David was considered this. The Good News was that I found a couple verses that talks about believers being […]

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Ending the Year with Greatness

Ending the Year with Greatness

Do you work hard all of the time or only when others are watching you? As an educator, I’m constantly evaluated on my performance. Most employees should expect to give an account for their work. However, shaping the minds of the future brings about an extra dose of pressure. At any moment, an administrator can […]

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