Regardless of the fact that there is no cure for addiction to alcohol, ther are many ways to end your substance abuse and addiction today. But before that, you must understand that your success to achieve sobriety greatly depends on your compatibility on a certain treatment or program. Thus, in order to begin your journey to end your substance abuse and addiction, first you need to know the right information Continue reading
Great leaders come in all stapes and sizes. People from each gender, race, creed, socioeconomic level, and varying degrees of beauty wield their power for good. Observe any playground in America for long, and you can determine the leaders, followers, and side-liners who watch the action. Funny how the components we learn on the playground follow us through adulthood. Many accept their place without Continue reading
It’s time to get refocused, re-energized and to develop a clear vision of what you want to get accomplished to ensure a strong start or finish to your year.
There are 3 keys to ensuring your success to achieving your goals:
1. Have a clear vision. It is said that when you don’t have a clear vision of what you want, any road will get you there. Goals define the path you will take. So a great Continue reading
Paul is a man of God, exercising a prophetic ministry, with apostolic authority and spiritual insight. This man had demonstrated qualities of leadership in so many various ways. We can all learn from this man.
He has an amazing ability to discern what was of God and what was not, as gifts of the Holy Spirit operate in his life. Yet he has to flee to Athens for his own safety.
This Continue reading
Eight aid workers have just been killed in northern Afghanistan.
How can anyone kill and murder those who have come to help your people with eye and other medical problems?
There are wicked and violent leaders, as well as leaders who wish to serve and help and improve the conditions of the poor and suffering.
Being involved with one Aid Organisation Continue reading
As most people know, alcoholism is a disease characterized by the person who has the affliction exhibiting hallmark behaviors such as being unable to control when they drink, how much they drink, how often they drink, and as any person with a serious drinking problem or alcoholic knows, drinking alcohol at the worst possible time.
This inability to control drinking is not deterred by the drinker Continue reading
One act of disobedience leads to another and ends up in human pride revealing itself in a most unspiritual manner. Have you ever noticed that? It can happen in people’s individual lives and it can happen in nations. How do you think all the great empires collapsed including the British Empire? Was it not pride, although with regard to the British Empire, was it not because Continue reading
I heard about loving an alcoholic without conditions in my first support group meeting. I was also hearing phrases I’d never heard before like “detaching with love.” At that time alcoholism had wrecked my life and I was filled with anger. The mere thought of being kind to the problem drinker was far from any ideas that I had. The people in that first meeting talked about loving the alcoholic unconditionally with Continue reading
Have you ever observed and listened to what individuals apparently in positions of leadership say, and then compared it what they actually do, or perhaps even actually believe? Perhaps you’ve noticed that certain people make proclamations and utilize fancy rhetoric in a somewhat exaggerated method of communication. The reality is that there is often a fine line between reality and even possibilities, and the hype Continue reading
One of the great dilemmas faced by those in leadership is how to balance a desire to be patient and understanding, while avoiding the tendency to procrastinate (and thus taking proactive actions); This type of behavior rarely comes naturally, and like so many other necessities for leaders, requires professionally and thoroughly designed leadership training. Abraham Lincoln famously stated, “Things may come Continue reading