I want for you to imagine with me that we are out in the middle of a huge storm on a state of the art fishing boat. We are in the middle of the ocean just trying to survive the rain and the wind and to make things work, it is the middle of night and it is almost impossible to see.
WHAT'S YOUR DREAM?
Mathew Barnett, at the young age of 20, was asked by his father Tommy Barnett to pastor an Inner City Church in Los Angeles. The first day that Mathew was at the Church it had a congregation of forty people. But instead of growing under his young and enthusiastic leadership,
Peter Daniel’s steps to Goal Setting:
1. Define Your Goals
2. Set Your Strategy (Mission Statement)
3. Build in Reserves (Physical, Mental, Spiritual)
4. Remove Blockages
SHELTER OF DREAMS
But how can a dream realistically provide shelter? I give you the example of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr whose dream for equality is still providing shelter today.
His dream came to the forefront of American politics when the Montgomery Bus Boycott forced the Supreme Court to
There are a lot of golfers out there who have convinced themselves that it is OK to cheat, they even came up with a name for it so that it didn’t sound so bad. It’s called a Mulligan, a do over, a second chance.
Here is how it goes. You step up to the tee box to hit the ball and
• Are the most complex organs you possess except for your brain.
• Are composed of more than two million working parts.
• Can process 36,000 bits of information every hour.
• Under the right conditions, can discern the light of a candle at a distance of 22.5 km (14
Confucius wrote, "The nature of people is always the same; it is their
During the 1960s, psychologist Walter Mischel conducted what became known as "the marshmallow test" with four-year-olds in the preschool at Stanford University. The object of the exercise was to assess each preschooler’s ability to delay gratification. Each child was given one marshmallow. They