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Prevailing Through A Crisis

For the mountains may depart and the hills be removed, but my steadfast love shall not depart from you, and my covenant of peace shall not be removed,” says the Lord, who has compassion on you. Isaiah 54:10 The Lord is with us. We are in times of trouble right now, and we may feel

Staying Connected to God in Times of Uncertainty

Do you ever have moments of asking yourself if all your hard work will be worth it? Or whether you’re on the right path? Perhaps you’ve been through recent changes at work or are considering a move. Often, these thoughts are just a question of perspective. No matter what’s happening in our lives, when we’re

Creating a Culture of Trust and Connection in Business

Did you know that a culture of trust and connection is key to a thriving business or workplace? I’ve noticed over the years that many work environments are actually fueled by fear and most of us have experienced this to some level. Sometimes, it’s because productivity and results are the highest priority in the organization,

How to Build Strong Boundaries at Work

Do you want a healthy, balanced and fulfilling work life? If you do, strong boundaries are essential. It takes time and practice, but it might not be as hard as you think. The most important boundaries you need to start with at work are having boundaries with how you think and how you feel. This

You are Created for Success!

Are you looking for instant success? Culture tells us that instant success is possible in all things. Young people are seeing the possibility of being a millionaire, or even a billionaire, by the time they’re 25. They’re told it’s easy and all you have to do is be an “influencer” on Instagram, or Facebook, or

3 Steps to Avoid the Tyranny of the Urgent

Do you ever feel like you spend your day putting out fires instead of building your dreams? Do you feel stuck, like the Israelites, circling around and around the same problems without really getting where you want to go in your career or life? The problem may well be the tyranny of the urgent. Most