129 Intercede

129 Intercede

Sometimes when you are bombarded with discouraging news, feel pressured, experience stress or trauma, it can be overwhelming and paralyzing, especially when it seems like no end is in sight. I teach at risk high school students. Unfortunately, several of them are at...
128 Declare Victory

128 Declare Victory

Have the events of this year, worn you out. Do you feel fatigued from false news, worried about election integrity, restricted by the pandemic, unsupported by work, disillusioned with the government, divided by social unrest, or distanced from family? You can find...
127 Promote Peace

127 Promote Peace

During national unrest, uncertainty, and stressful times it is alluring to focus on the negative, complain, look for scapegoats, and escalate disagreement. Don’t wallow in that toxic swamp. It’s unhealthy and unproductive. Instead give thanks for...
126 Exercise Creativity

126 Exercise Creativity

“To think creatively, we must be able to look afresh at what we normally take for granted.” —George Kneller. Everyone has the ability to imagine and create. God, the Creator of all, built that in to you when he made humankind in his likeness (Genesis 1;26-28). It is...
125 Work Excellently

125 Work Excellently

Several studies indicate that a little over half of working adults in America are unhappy with their jobs. Is that the case for you? Your employment may not be ideal, you may not make enough money, you may not feel appreciated, you may not be properly trained, or you...
124 Understand the Times

124 Understand the Times

In the United States of America it’s been 400 years since pilgrims settled in what is now Plymouth, Massachusetts. Our country has experienced many changes over these centuries. The changes that support our constitution have been helpful and those that...