Vibrant Families Thrive with Fun, Quality Time

“Vibrant households stand out in that they have meaningful, fun, quality time with both their housemates and extended household members,” the research said. “…

Vibrant households

  • Come together for games (32%).
  • Meals (63% eat breakfast together… 75% eat dinner together)
  • Share their feelings (59%) on almost a daily basis.

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Today’s Life Quote

Today’s Life Quote: you-yes-youYou! Yes You! IF you are reading this, You are beautiful, talented, amazing and simply the best at being YOU!

Your Problem Is Not

  • Time … You Watch TV.
  • Energy … You Play Softball/B-Ball
  • Money … You have two cars
  • Relationships … You have a Smart Phone, Tablet & more

Your Problem IS Priorities

Pastor Tony Evans heard daily on at 9:30am and 2 am

Becoming a Godly Woman – Growing In Your Spiritual Walk

walkwith GodBecoming a Godly Woman – Growing In Your Spiritual Walk
Many new believers in Christ are surprised when they realize that even though they have given their lives to Christ, they are not perfect. Some were of the opinion that giving our lives to Christ makes us instantly, “super saints”, who never experience failure again. Then, when they find themselves encountering temptations of various sorts trying to allure them back to their old lifestyles, they become alarmed, and wonder if they are really a Christian.

It will take feeding, effort and practice. Continually growing in the Lord will be an awesome experience, because every day with Jesus Christ, drawing closer and closer to Him, will be an adventure that gets sweeter and sweeter and the path to true life, peace, joy and contentment will get brighter and brighter.

Here are a few tips for developing in your walk with Jesus:

  1. Read your Bible daily.  Just as your outer man needs physical food for nourishment, even so your spirit needs the Word of God, so that you can develop spiritually. (Matthew 4:4, 2 Peter 3:18)
  2. Pray daily.  Practice God’s Presence by speaking to Him about everything. Let God in on the affairs of your life. Acknowledge Him in all of your ways and He shall direct your paths. (Proverbs 3:5-6)
  3. Find a church home that teaches the Word of God. You need to be around fellow Christians, so that you can learn from them and grow in the Lord.
  4. If you miss it, confess your sin.  If you sin as a Christian, don’t run from God, run to Him and confess your sin to Him, in Jesus Name. (1 John 1:9) God will not chase you away because you messed up. He will not kick you outside of His Kingdom. He loves you, and knows that it will take time for you to grow and mature in Christ.

You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read with a child

Power Thoughts

  1. “You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read with a child.”
  2. “Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.”  ~ Joseph Addison
  3. “Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.” ~ W. Fusselman