How can I help?

That's a loaded question! This week I am all about promoting my services, especially to churches and denominations. That does not mean I do not still offer things like coaching to you good folks...I do! These are things you might find on my services page or have heard about by popular demand. So, here is … Continue reading How can I help?

Are you happy?

Happiness is pretty subjective, so take a moment to think about it. Happiness and gratitude have a lot to do with each other. It is not the first time I have mentioned this, and it definitely will not be the last. (You can check out my thoughts on thankfulness from Thanksgiving 2 years ago here: … Continue reading Are you happy?

Us vs Them?

Have you ever heard of 'political hobbyism'? It is a term that has received some attention over the past couple of years, based on how people interact with the news, and more specifically, political news. The way I heard it described, it is very similar to what we have always seen in sports, as in … Continue reading Us vs Them?

3 questions for the road ahead

As I write this I feel the warm embrace of the sun outside my kitchen window, and I feel a sense of calm. It still amazes me how responsive we are to our surroundings, whether it be reactions from friends, a completed agenda, or just a good cup of coffee in the midst of the … Continue reading 3 questions for the road ahead

Care…Might feel a bit like love

Do you feel loved in your setting? I know, I know, we try not to use words like ‘love’ in our social settings, especially when it relates to work. But I beg you to try and find a better all-encompassing term for what we expect of others, and others expect of us inversely, in situations … Continue reading Care…Might feel a bit like love

What brings you joy?

How do you define joy in your life? How does it define you? I remember writing this words in a post almost exactly 2 years ago, reflecting on the years of growth prior. You can click on the quote to get to the original post: "When you can claim resiliency. When you do not know … Continue reading What brings you joy?

To be a Minister of Reconciliation

"Forgiveness is not a decision, it is a process"(DR. CHARLOTTE VANOYEN-WITVLIET) The summer of 2021 has been interesting for all of us. Not quite like 2020 when we were trying to get used to living in a global pandemic, we are now trying to accept when and how it should end. We are all in … Continue reading To be a Minister of Reconciliation

Summer, resilience, and growth opportunities

Are you ready for Summer!? I am loving the warm weather and the potential for a no mask season in the near future. Going maskless might feel a little... Normal? We all look forward to going back to normal, but are we prepared for what that normal will be like? I hate the term 'new … Continue reading Summer, resilience, and growth opportunities

Are you staying on purpose?

When was the last time you re-evaluated your purpose? We often talk about purpose like it is a static thing. Kind of like a concrete pad that you build on, you take it for granted that it will be secure, and it just does not move. Normally I would refer to your values in this … Continue reading Are you staying on purpose?

Are you flourishing?

The sun is shining, people are getting vaccinated, and God is still good. Even if the restrictions are still in place, we have a lot for which to be thankful. So let your gratitude shine, as difficult as it may seem right now! Flourishing is an interesting word. Adam Grant, an organizational psychologist, has used … Continue reading Are you flourishing?

Invest in your personal development, even during a pandemic

Do you invest in your own personal development? People tend to land on either end of the spectrum when it comes to a personal growth plan, it is a nice idea but I don't need it, or I don't have the time or money. There are those of us who are ‘forced’ to take part … Continue reading Invest in your personal development, even during a pandemic

Burnout with a side of hope

Are you feeling burnt out? Maybe you saw the short survey I posted on my social media recently. In light of the ongoing pandemic, I shared this simple question with my followers: Are you feeling burnt out? Or hopeful? As you can see, the majority were feeling burnt out, but even within that group, there … Continue reading Burnout with a side of hope