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3 Decisions You Can Make TODAY to Become the Right One by Damien K. H. Nash
Okay, ladies, please go get your list. You know what list I’m talking about. The one you’ve tucked away in your lingerie drawer or the one you’ve hidden between those new six-inch stilettos you keep promising yourself you are going to wear one day. Yeah, that list! Alright, now that you have it in your hands, let me ask you a serious question: Looking over the recipe you’ve concocted for your future man, which you have promised yourself never to compromise on, can you honestly say that you yourself match the ingredient list you’ve whipped up for the man of your dreams? Read More
Prove It To Me by Cheryl Scanlan
There has always been generational turnover in the workforce and every generation brings different approaches with them. What is unique about the current environment is not the presence of change; it's the pace of it. In this world of to-the-minute updated information and rapidly transforming ways of doing business, keeping up with the times is hard enough. But adding to that tension is a workforce split between three generations, each with different world views, approaches, experience and opinions saying to the other - "Prove it to me."
Identifying sources of tension and discord can turn in to an exhausting rabbit chase. When you choose to step back, however, and look at the big picture, there are three macro influencers in the current workplace climate: politics, economics, and information. Read More
UK/Europe Mission's Tour, 2018
In the UK/Europe this fall? Kris will be speaking and ministering again in the UK and several other countries. Click here to read what God did this year.
Starting/Growing Singles Ministry
Q: How do you start a singles ministry? Q: How do you grow a singles ministry? Q: How do you develop leaders? Q: Reasons to have a singles ministry...Watch More
Agonizing Decisions by Single Parent Director Holly Crain
Standing in the grocery store I agonized over whether to get the peanut butter or not. It would seem like such a simple choice to most people but it truly wasn't for me then. I knew all too well the status of the bank account. If I bought the peanut butter and a few other critical items needed for the remaining days before payday (like diapers) that meant no gas for the car. And just how long could I make that tank of gas last? One wrong financial decision could wreck my financial situation and set my family back for months. Read More