Jeremiah – The Weeping Prophet

Jeremiah is known as the “weeping Prophet.” 

God consecrated Jeremiah (i.e., set him aside for a special, divine purpose) before he was born. God called him to be a prophet to the nations (Chapter 1:5).  At first, Jeremiah resisted because he was a youth.  He felt ill-equipped and feared failure.

BUT GOD responded, (Chapter 1:7,8), “Do not say, ‘I am a youth, because everywhere I send you … you shall go, and all that I command you, you shall speak.”  (v.8) “Do not be afraid of them (people), for I am with you to deliver you,” declares the LORD.”

Then God […]

By | May 1st, 2013|Categories: Christian Living, Healthy Living, Personal Development|0 Comments

Plant a Spiritual Garden of Joy Today …

Plant a Spiritual Garden of Joy Today

 

Plant 5 rows of Peas:  Prayer, Perseverance, Politeness, Promptness, and Purity

Plant 3 rows of Squash:  Squash gossip, squash criticism, squash indifference

Plant 5 rows of Lettuce:  Let us be faithful to duty, let us be unselfish, let us be truthful, let us follow Christ, let us love one another

No garden is complete without Turnips:  Turn up for church; turn up with a smile; turn up with new ideas; turn up with determination to make everything count for something good and worthwhile.

 

Is there anything […]

Out of the Ashes …

It has been a brutal two years for Mike.  The “Christian” University where he has been teaching has not treated Mike like Christ would him.  Of course, this is my personal opinion.

But God, being rich in mercy has seen fit for Mike to be hired at McNeese State University.  All of the faculty Mike met this past week were cordial and welcoming.  It was a stark contrast to the reception he received two years ago.  The faculty at Mike’s current job talked about working as a team and having a collegial atmosphere, but in actuality this was rarely demonstrated.   There […]

By | April 21st, 2013|Categories: Christian Living, Healthy Living, Personal Development, Uncategorized|0 Comments

12 Positive Statements – by J.S.

1.  I will NOT call myself names and say bad things about myself.  Words are seeds, therefore, I will NOT say what the enemy says.  I will say what GOD says, “I am GOD’S daughter and the apple of His eye.  His angels stand guard over me and my family”

2.  I am going FORWARD and not backward; UP and NOT down.  Yesterday is GONE.  I have HOPE for tomorrow, and I HAVE today … I will make it a GOOD day.

3.  I am NOT crazy.  I’m just delightfully different.

4.  I will NOT let my feelings be hurt.

5.  I will NOT […]

By | February 27th, 2013|Categories: Christian Living, Healthy Living, Personal Development, Relationship Coaching|0 Comments

Be Kind

Be Kind

“The greatest feats of love are performed by those who have had much practice in performing daily acts of kindness.” -Anonymous

“The worldly man treats certain people kindly because he ‘likes’ them: the Christian, trying to treat everyone kindly, finds himself liking more and more people as he goes on – including people he could not even have imagined himself liking at the beginning.” -C.S. Lewis

“If you want to be holy, be kind.” Frederick Buechner

“Kindness is the one thing you’ll never have to take back” — A life lesson I learned from the kindest man I have ever known – […]

By | January 23rd, 2013|Categories: Christian Living, Healthy Living, Relationship Coaching|Tags: |0 Comments

Initial Coaching Questions

Murphy Toerner

Initial Session Coaching Questions:

These give you a few ideas
1. What have you been procrastinating about lately?

2. What is the most important thing you learned in 2012?

3. What are your best strengths? What are two of your greatest areas of improvement?

4. What characteristics or traits do you find most appealing in others?

5. If you were guaranteed success, what would you do?

6. What “hidden” talents do you possess?

These types of questions create insight and seeing yourself more clearly enhances your coaching success.

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By | January 19th, 2013|Categories: Career Coaching, Christian Living, Personal Development|Tags: |0 Comments
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