Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Leaving Church: A Memoir of Faith

Leaving Church: A Memoir of FaithLeaving Church: A Memoir of Faith by Barbara Brown Taylor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

At first glance the title of this book, simply pointed me in the direction of a woman who simply stopped attending church.

This book is much more than my assumptions. As a woman who is a leader in a different context than Barbara it still spoke to me in a deep way. I believe it will speak to anyone, men or women serving in a leadership capacity.

It is the life of Barbara as a assistant leader, moving into a Senior lead position to finally moving out of leading in the church altogether to begin leading in an organization outside of the church.

She shares her struggles and successes with honesty and transparency. This book resonates with my mind and heart in my current situation as a leader.

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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

The Damage of Assumptions







Monday, October 23, 2017

What goes best with a cup of coffee?







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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Standtall and Rise, with Nancy

I am white, but I know what it feels like to be thrown aside.

Yet, I also know what it is like to stand tall, and to continue on in life.

Men and Women who were or are thrown aside, will you join me and RISE?


Monday, October 9, 2017

Discipleship, Quiet, and Contemplation, with Nancy

In the middle of a busy season of life, it is good to take time to step away, and sit in a quiet place.

One of my favorite scriptures- Isaiah 30:15.

 (15) In returning and rest . . .--The words describe a process of conversion, but the nature of that conversion is determined by the context. In this case it was the turning from the trust in man, with all its restless excitement, to a trust in God, full of calmness and of peace. Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers

Is it time for you to take a break and sit in the quiet and allow the peace of God to overflow you, within your physical body.

It is possibly for this take place if you are willing to submit to a time of quiet. Find a few minutes or maybe an hour and listen for the still small voice.

Found a quiet place. Press the title below and read the scripture about Elijah and then listen to the video below.

The Still Small Voice of God



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