Dwight & Vilma
- “Improving your serve”
- “it makes everything you worry about so pathetic”.
- Presentation Prestonwood Foundation Dinner December 16th 2014
- “Completely Destroyed But Still Intact” An Unexpected Lesson At The AT&T Store
- Be Yourself
- From Failure to Faith.
- Breaking Through: Monster Trucks and Spiritual Dreams
- Peace of Mind Reminders to My Self
Tag Archives: words of encouragement
I was talking with a friend of mine one evening by phone and suddenly the words I was saying became jumbled and made no sense. I could think the words in my mind, what came out of my mouth were … Continue reading
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me/ opportunity’s to make a difference, overcome challenges, encourage others, and excited about life’s opportunities.
Its interesting to me that what “I want” often times seems to be elusive, out of reach beyond my grasp. What “I” don’t want seems to show up everywhere, easily available, promoted, and a part of everything. This same scenario, … Continue reading
Wishing to encourage her young son’s progress on the piano, a mother took her boy to a Paderewski concert. After they were seated, the mother spotted and old friend in the audience, and walked down the aisle to great her. … Continue reading
I have had this article tucked away since the day it was posted in the Houston paper 01/21/1991. It encouraged me and opened my eyes. A resolve for a greater determination and commitment to a life in Christ and not self. It reminds and challenges … Continue reading
“Determine to live above your personal circumstance”. A friend of mine mentioned this to me during a phone conversation several days ago. He had just spent the morning with one of the top producers in his company, discussing his approach … Continue reading
I realized sometime at the beginning of Junior High School that to be successful (as defined by myself a 14 year old boy at the time) there were certain things required for success. I was determined I would be, do, … Continue reading
My first grade class at Bullock Elementary School was an unlikely but effective introduction to work, service, and self. I was unsure of what to expect or what was expected. There were things I did not know. As my first … Continue reading
I have been traveling almost non stop for the last four years. It’s typically 21-28 days away and then home for seven. An answered prayer in regards to career, yet a challenge to have time to enjoy the blessings that … Continue reading
It is in those everyday miracles That Gods grace and love brightly stand out You will miss it If you forget The hurts the challenges of life It is those things that mold and shape you A calling to give … Continue reading
I sat for a moment A need A tired and weary Self I dreamed of things to come I appreciated those that have My heart has a sense of what s coming Yet anxious for it to begin But sometimes … Continue reading