10 Things to Remember the First Year of Your New Job

Starting a new job is exciting! You get a blank slate, new friends, challenges that hopefully fit your experience, among many other perks that come with the new digs.  The time of year is high time for people taking new jobs so I thought of a few things that will hopefully be of some use... Continue Reading →

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Wisdom from a Fool’s Distance – Job‬ ‭20:18-21‬, Holman Slang

“He will try to choke down and bring to full enjoyment what he labored for but it will come straight back up because he oppressed the poor folk and took a neighbors house by violence. His greedy over-desires stirred up his soul’s quiet and every delight worth saving vanished into thin air. All has been... Continue Reading →

John Maxwell’s Thoughts on Leading People Without Building Relationships

"If you're a high achiever who has neglected relationships in your leadership, you may be saying to yourself, "I haven't needed to develop relationships to be a good leader..." Here is my answer to that: as long as you're winning, people are willing to follow even if you are hard on them. However, when you... Continue Reading →

Jesus and the Homeboy – Luke 11 in American Slang

Luke 11:5, 8-9, 13 HSEB (Holman Slang Edition Bible) “..Jesus said, “Suppose you go to your homeboy when he’s out like a light and ask, ‘Dude, three loaves of bread please...’, the granting of the food-wish will not be because of your friendship but because of your shameless audacity... So, ask Abba for what you... Continue Reading →

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