Time is Money by Carolyn M. Williams
From my experiences of leading personal financial management sessions and working with individuals in these groups one-on-one , I’ve found that relatively small amounts of time can equate to significant improvements in your personal finances. Take a look at these four observations:
Devondia Roseborough, Founder of the Rasberrirose
I had the honor of interviewing local celebrity Devondia Roseborough, founder of the Rasberrirose Foundation that provides HIV/AIDS awareness education. Devondia is a master life coach, avid community supporter, published author of three novels: “Put it on Paper”, “Baptized in Warm Milk”, and “Changed….Women Unchained” that includes a rising series of books which can be found on Amazon and Barnes and Noble to name a few.
“Dealing with Distractions” (Preventing Distractions from Your Dreams and Goals) By Pastor Arnita Willis Taylor, M.T. (ASCP), MSL
We all deal with distractions in multiple areas of our lives everyday. The truth is, we can never remove EVERY distraction we face and still remain sane. When we are distracted, it is impossible to give our attention to something.
Celebrate Life---Sarah Stringer
February 26th marked the birthday of one of the loveliest friends I ever had the privilege of knowing. We met in the 6th grade and she passed away from bone cancer the same year. We were both 12. Our teachers dismissed school for the day to go to her memorial service, and my small group of friends banded together as we lost such a strong girl from our bond.
She knew the cancer would probably take her, as she had lived with it for quite awhile. But she never quit smiling. read more
My favorite of the items would have to be the gel black eyeliner. Hands down this is a classic must have in your makeup bag. Number one not only the gel is easier then liquid any day and gives the liquid look but it has great staying power all year round also. read more
Value Your Vision of Health by Dr. William Cummins B.S. D.C
The number one cause of bankruptcy in the United States is medical bills. Too often Americans have neglected their health in pursuit of wealth and end up in a health crisis that costs them not only their wealth but ultimately their life. It is a New Year and many will make New Year’s resolutions to lose weight or quit smoking yet only to abandon them by Valentine’s Day. We are at a precipice in healthcare in the United States. The old Bob Dylan song, “The times are a changing” could not be more applicable to today’s healthcare situation.
On the tail end of a torturous 34-hour drive from Malawi to South Africa on a cramped, grungy bus, 22-year-old Kyle and a roaming group of other young Christians are just beginning their sixth month of The World Race. Just a year before, Kyle had lacked the boldness in faith to even bring Jesus into a conversation. Eleven months of various international mission work would have been a ridiculous waste of his youth and pleasures. But that was before his father died from cancer, leaving him to examine how his life matched his beliefs.
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