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Month #1

Month number one of 2009 has been super busy! I think the only day I truly rested was the first day of the year….that’s not healthy. Every day was filled with stuff gearing up for Community Service Project #1.  Every day is a battle to maintain a healthy balance between spending time with God, devoting quality time with my family, and ministry. Even my tweets have been slow lately.

Since Community Service Project #1, I’ve really tried to focus on what’s important and building a launch team. Not too mention, gearing up for Community Service Project #2.

One lesson that I’ve learned is to say NO. No to stuff that derails me from my purpose and mission in life. It’s funny how people try to suck you into doing stuff that really doesn’t matter. I think it’s helpful to be helpful, but when you’ve got a course to keep, it’s better to stay focused. Life can’t be put on pause.

Pastor Shaun King thanks for the heads up on how to be a cheater!

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The Past Two Days

Our prayers should be for President Obama and his entire family. Whether we voted for him or not, the bible admonishes us as believers that we cover all that are in authority- local, state, and federal. His inauguration is a milestone in American History that shouldn’t be taken lightly.

Busy beyond measure. I missed my coaching call. Today will be more productive!

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Just A Few Thoughts

While we’re a fews days into the new year it’s important to keep faith at the center of it all life’s matters. Already, me like many of you, have felt the temptation to sway off course from what you know is important to accomplish in this season of life. To not become distracted is going to require much focus on what’s priority.

Thank God for his mercy when we fall of the path…..let’s not let this become a scapegoat constantly to slip up. Gotta keep the traction!

Consitency is another important aspect that can’t be overlooked. With just a few days until the first pre-launch activity it’s easy to get off track. With so much pushback to do what’s really possible from the powers that be….is beginning to get to make me wonder if this is really worth all the hassle.

We’ll see whether or not all of our efforts were worth the work put into receiving a great response.

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MLK Day-Day of Service

Yesterday, was a tremendous of day of service. We conducted our first pre-launch activity by making MLK Day, a day of service. We participated in the parade as well as the METRO PARK activities. We distributed hundreds of bags of popcorn and hot cocoa. It also gave us an opportunity to meet and connect with people that we likely would’ve never met.I thank God for it, because we served yound and old, black and white, everybody. While the day was very rewarding to know that our first community service project was a success, I’m yet troubled by some things that still seem sticky in our community that must be addressed in a tangible way.

We’re on to pre-launch activity #2.

Before I go I have a list of Thank YOUs:
My Wife
The Prayer Team
West Jax
MLK Foundation of Jacksonville
Duval Ford
Everybody that helped out

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