Our Reading for The Day "My heart rejoices in the Lord; in the Lord my horn[a] is lifted high. My mouth boasts over my enemies, for I delight in your deliverance. "There is no one holy like the Lord;…
If you've ever struggled with dissatisfaction or despair, desperation may just be the solution to your problems. Let's take a few tips from Hannah in 1 Samuel 1.
The conversations in our culture encourage us to challenge God's Goodness, but not today, Satan. We've chosen to challenge the culture, instead of challenging Christ because goodness is inherent to His character. Today, literary agent, author, and speaker Dr. Quantrilla Ard is joining me and I couldn't be more thankful for her insight.
Do you remember her? Do you remember the little girl who enjoyed the freedom to choose her clothes for the first time? She didn't care about what anyone else thought. She wrapped herself in polka dots and stripes without pausing to consider the color scheme. She grabbed the tutu and and everyone's attention as she pirouetted with a cape twirling around her. She made us laugh and squeal with delight at the smallest things and every now and then we remember her, but somewhere along the way, we lost her. It's time to stop comparing ourselves to our friends through social media and trading our confidence in for likes.
Let’s face it.Social media has changed our world. For. Ever. Still, there are a few activities that we need to make sure we take along with us in the future, regardless of what other progressions we make. One of those is networking. Read the blog to find a few suggestions about how to encourage networking at an early age.