Development and Growth: Relationships

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One of the things non-profit organizations can do for a community is to provide useful information that will help with personal and professional growth.  Today’s topic of discussion is “Relationships”.

Good relationships consist of a level of trust.  Whether building trust with personal or business relationships, there has to be interaction between the parties trying to establish the connection on a regular, consistent basis.  People like to work with and be involved  with those they can depend on and can relate to.   The more consistent you are Read More

Make 2018 Your Year of Favor

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So, I’ve done a little dabble-reading over the past few days on a varied number of topics.  I was looking for answers as to why I think 2018 can and should be an exciting year for favor and change.  Bottom line, regardless Read More

Ernie and a Lot of Good People in Beckley

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Photo: Beckley, VA Sign

My trip to North Carolina this time ended up being an extended trip because me and Mabel broke down.  ☹… But, because of family support and good people—everything turned out alright. 😉

I’ve only mentioned Mabel a few times in the past, but now I’ll introduce her properly because I’m looking to do more with her and Read More

Spirit to Spirit

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“God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.” –St. John 4:24

I wanted to write about this verse, but initially, I was stumped.  Jesus had said it all.  Then the question came to me, “What is a spirit?”  …so I looked it up.

One definition of the word spirit is: ‘the nonphysical part of a person that is the seat of emotions and character, the soul.’  That’s beautiful right?

After reading the definition, it reminded me of why we should Read More

Second Writes

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My old computer before it and my site crashed.

So, this is unusual.  I attempted to back up and restore a blog site that I created a while back and failed miserably.  The site was up running smoothly but I had to tweak it just a little bit more.  Just enough to the point where I broke it. Shortly after that my computer crashed.  Now, I was in a jam.

The hosting company I was using didn’t offer much help because they “didn’t support” some of what I wanted to do—but they did have this other thing that they could absolutely Read More

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