We often limit our potential by living in bondage to old ways of thinking. Whatever you get used to becomes your “normal.” Kids raised in third world poverty get used to eating a cup of rice almost every day. You have your own version of normal, as well. Your normal is the arena in which... Continue Reading →
Encountering truth always results in a need to change. Learning is the result of cognitive dissonance. This is the difference between what you know and what you believe you need to know. When there is a distance between knowledge and need, learning can take place. You might not see the need to change because you... Continue Reading →
Hello, Brothers and Sisters! Please take few minutes to read the GoFundMe Campaign that my family has created. I've been in he process of writing what's been going on lately, however, I'm unable to do so. Read our story by clicking the link to find out why. God Bless You all! If you would like... Continue Reading →
Did you know that Holy Scripture mentions dancing multiple times in the Old Testament?