Category: Valuing

Daring to be vulnerable

Theodore Roosevelt made a speech sometimes referred to as “The Man in the Arena” at the Sorbonne in Paris, France on April 23, 1910 which I think merits remembrance. “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points our how the…

Addressing difficulties in marriage relationships

Some couples will be more open in addressing difficulties in their relationships, while other couples will deny or pretend everything is pie in the sky and they never have any issues. Marriage can be likened to a jigsaw puzzle having many components, many diverse…

Remnants for a better world

Building sustainable communities takes a compassionate way of being in choosing to respond to others in a loving caring way. Jesus Christ is a model whose life exemplified this way of being. It is in abiding in His ability we can become the changed needed in our world.

Alternative Model in being the ‘church’ of believers

New Testament Faith believers – This is the vision God has given to me for developing new formats for gathering in home fellowships living out the biblical way as God designed us to be the body, growing maturing and walking in our callings. This…

Duplicity as a Christian

I have been having discussions that are centered in the way we as Christians ought to be, and the way persons in my community speak about how often they are seeing Christians (pastors/leaders/lay persons) acting out this faith walk in a duplicitous manner. In…

My response to those Christians who demand healing

The issue concerning healing and those Christians who are demanding that persons’ having chronic illnesses stand in faith to be healed and that when they are not healed the accusations begin to fly as to why. Many say it is due to lack of…

Meaning and Value in Life Pursuits

via Daily Prompt: Viable Viable – Webster’s dictionary defines this word as the capability of living and developing normally; capable of working, as a plan; workable; practicable.   Well, when I stop to actually consider this word, viable, I have to ask myself, how…

Do we communicate anymore?

Our society has a connectivity issue that is breeding loneliness, isolation and fragmentation. We have lost the art of communicating. Not just speaking, but having meaningful discourse and interchanges where we gain value and worth from these exchanges. Many times people just talk, just…

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