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Tall Tales

All of us have heard fishing stories before, and the stories get better every time the person tells it.

But what about the stories we tell ourselves? We are lying to ourselves when we tell ourselves we aren’t good enough, that we shouldn’t try anything new because we will fail. The truth is, God created us. We are good enough. He wants us to succeed.

God didn’t create us and then forget about us. Trust Him…

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Limitations

Other people like to set limitations on your life. The negative talk could come from a “friend,” a family member, or even your spouse! Do not allow their fear of living to stop you from pursuing your dreams.

God alone has authority over your life. He decides what limitations we might have, not other people…

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Cuts…

Why do people feel the need to criticize others and put them down?

The genesis of criticism and cut-downs is the critics own self esteem. When you feel good about yourself inside, you look for the good in others. And if you find yourself in a position where you need to offer some constructive criticism, choose your timing well and use gentleness and self control when delivering the message.

Bring light into the lives of others…

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Work

Unless you were born a trust fund child, you have to work. Our work should be more than just a job; more like a calling. A calling gives purpose to our jobs, fulfills our heart’s desires and sustains us even on our worst days. If your work isn’t fulfilling you, you might not be aligned with the calling our Creator placed on your life. Something to consider…

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Blind Spots

We all have blind spots, things we can’t see or refuse to see in ourselves. It’s important to have friends who will gently point them out to us, especially if our blind spots prevent us from being our best. Don’t be defensive or make excuses. Be proactive about doing better…

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My Interview With Vic Feazell, Part 1

Vic Feazell was the District Attorney in McClennan County when he received a call from the renowned Texas Rangers. The Rangers had a man in custody who had confessed to three murders in Vic’s jurisdiction, and they wondered if Vic wanted to have his picture taken with the Rangers when they closed out the cases? When you are a politician whose political stock was on the rise, of course you say yes to The Rangers. Only problem was, the man who confessed to the Rangers had not committed the murders. When Vic got suspicious, all hell broke loose.
On December 6, 2019, “The Confession Killer” was released on Netflix as a five-part documentary. Listen to one of the key players from the documentary. Click on the link to watch…

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My Interview With Rick Bologna

Imagine living all your life in a city you were born and raised in, established your business in, were raising your children in, and had a wonderfully fulfilling life focused on family, friends and community. Then one day you were told to get out, because a Category 5 hurricane was headed to New Orleans. Her name was Katrina.
Click on the link to watch my interview with Rick Bologna as he walks us through the personal hell that Katrina brought on his family. And learn how God used this catastrophe to bring Rick to his true purpose in life…

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