You might be a blessing right now and don’t even know it. Don’t stop doing the little things you think don’t matter.
You’ll have more than enough when you realize you have all you need.
Everyone’s greatest fear is having to read scripture in church on a day with a passage that has a difficult name. I’m always asked, “Does that verse have any hard words?” I encourage readers to practice sounding out the names. But I know nerves can get the best of anyone. So, even if you’ve rehearsed 1,000 times, when you get in front of the church, that can go out the window. My advice? Don’t make…..
I’ve been listening to Lecrae since day one. That was some ten years ago. Last week, he made some history. What I appreciate most about his music is that it is real hip hop. Real hip hop stemmed from a people whose voice wasn’t being heard. It was supposed to be real talk, and music that lifted a generation. Unfortunately, it morphed into something else. In so many ways, it’s diminished the potential of another generation……
Remember when it was suggested teachers shouldn’t use red ink to grade students’ work? According to the idea, red creates nervousness and may even contribute to poor grades. Even though everyone knows a teacher means business like nobody’s business when the red comes out, I’m not quite sure what I think about that. I mean how powerful would Jesus’ words have been if he spoke in purple letters? Here’s my red ink story. It was group time during a typical 2nd grade…..