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I just did an interview with WAPE radio here in Jacksonville to promote mentoring. I felt like it was a good session. But what really caught my attention was the mission statement of Cox Radio Inc. I’m not saying that I agree with everything that it played through the airwaves. But when I saw this I had to take a pic! Read it and chew on it, that’s think on it!!!!

How does this translate to your organization?

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Trust HIM

Have you ever tried to let your voice be heard concernig the things that God has told you. Lately, that’s the way I’ve felt about church planting. Sometimes it seems like the more I try to let people know about what God has shown me concerning Image Church, it seems like the more some people are not listening. Now this isn’t everyone, but it certainly feels like many people just can’t imagine a new, vibrant, multi-cultural church can launch and thrive.
Nevertheless, I’m confident in what God has given me to do. It’s always comforting to know the Word is what we have as a source of strength and guidance. Not just during times of great testing, but we should always use God’s word as a guiding light. During times of uncertainty I like Philippians 1:6. It reads like this:
KJV- King James Version
Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ:
AMP- Amplified Bible
And I am convinced and sure of this very thing, that He Who began a good work in you will continue until the day of Jesus Christ [right up to the time of His return], developing [that good work] and perfecting and bringing it to full completion in you.
We must always put our hope and trust in God’s word. People are frail….ALL OF US. Somedays we’re up, somedays we’re down. Soley relying upon what your friend says is dangerous. Put your confidence in the ONE with the Master Plan. He knows what He’s placed inside everyone of us. We just simply have to trust and obey, and know that He’s working on our behalf-even when it doesn’t seem like it.
Peace!Smile

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5 Don’t Do’s For Married People On Facebook

These are my personal feelings on ways MARRIED individuals can avoid moral failure on Facebook.
Yes, FB is a valuable tool to network and advance causes that you believe in.  However, I’m a firm believer that you don’t have to accept every friend request that you receive.
While it is a valuable tool, it also poses several dangers if you’re not careful. With the potential to reconnect with so many people that you may have lost contact with; every lost contact doesn’t need to be rekindled. Failed relationships with the opposite sex prior to your marriage with your queen isn’t something that I can see as needing a renewal.
I really could write more on this subject, but I’ll be brief. If you want to read some other writings on this topic click here.
Here are my five guiding rules:
1. Don’t send friend requests to persons of the opposite sex with whom you’ve had a previously relationship with  or had a thing for.
2. Don’t accept friend requests from people of the opposite sex who you know you had a thing for in the past or you dated before getting married. You know who these people are….don’t act stupid.
3. Don’t engage in sensual private conversations with people of the opposite sex. You know what triggers your flesh.
4. Don’t create anonymous FB accounts that allow you  to “explore” outside of your covenant with your spouse.
5. Don’t ignore your spouse on FB. I’m not saying to only interact with them, but don’t put off your spouse because you’re trying to pretend to live another life with someone else.
These are just a few that stand out. What are your Don’t Do’s For Married People on Facebook?

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