The Coach’s Coach

By Kirk McCarley, It’s been more than eight years since, with the help of my coach at the time, I made the decision that I too wanted to pursue executive career and life coaching.  It is a choice for which I remain without regret. The world’s most outstanding performers, be it...
By Lauren Catanese The new year always brings about change. Change is a way of life. It is the ultimate passage from what you were to what you can be. Knowing that deep down we all have an inherent mission, a divine destiny programmed into us for the greater good...

Loved One

By Sean Dietrich Hi. This is your late loved one speaking. I don’t have long, so listen up because I have a lot I want to tell you. First off, I get it. Ever since I left this world you have missed me, and I know you’re bracing for the holidays without...

When God Called Saint Nick

By David Holland We couldn’t sleep on Christmas Eve, so we snickered and played the guessing game. We taunted one another with our imagined gifts to open on Christmas morning. “Guess what I’m getting for Christmas,” we giggled. We made so much noise that Mom eventually came up to our...

Christmas Miracles

By Rick Moore Every ornament embodies a memory. The ornament we purchased for our first Christmas together. The ornament we purchased while on a fun vacation. The ornament that is a family heirloom. The ornament that makes us laugh. The ornament that makes us cry. Every ornament on the tree...

In Search of Commonality

By Kirk McCarley, There’s an exercise where two people face each other a couple of feet apart with one raised hand.  Palms meet and each individual is instructed to apply force to the other person’s hand.  The question is then asked, “what progress is being made?” In this era of divisiveness...
“When you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy.” -Rumi The holiday season is shining bright and hopefully bringing lots of excitement, love and laughter into your life. The days seem to be filled with more cheer and it seems that more and...
By Pastor Dave Holland Many Christians yearn for a better relationship with God, and they wonder why God seems to be distant. He is nearer than you know, and He is not silent. Consider Zacchaeus in Luke 19. This successful businessman lived his life in luxury. But something was missing–he wanted...

Mother Mary

By Sean Dietrich I‘m sitting with my Methodist mother-in-law in the living room. We are replaying old memories like worn out records. There is a ballgame playing in the background. Braves are winning. She sits in her wheelchair, nursing a nightly glass of Metamucil. I am sitting in a fold-up rollator...

Change

By Rick Moore Our entire vacation was mapped out in great detail. First, we planned to fly to Nevada. After seeing Death Valley and Hoover Dam, we would make our way to Zion National Park in Utah. Then we would go to Bryce Canyon and Arches National Park. The next...

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