In 1993 FBI agents conducted a raid of a psychiatric hospital in San Diego, which was under investigation for medical insurance fraud. After hours of reviewing medical records, the agent in charge called a nearby pizza parlour to order a quick
Who discipled you? Who helped you become the person you are now? I bet you can think of one particular person. Or maybe two. Could have been a teacher, a pastor, a coach, a youth leader or a parent. Could
Here’s the thing. I admit I have been a procrastinator and I’m not very organized. I am a skilled procrastinator. Not sure there is such a thing as skill at being disorganized. But it could be an art. I can
Stories and movie clips can be a great way to get a point across. Both of them appeal to our visual senses as we either see the story in a movie clip or picture it in our mind as we
Walk someone else’s dog – good for you for exercise and takes a chore off someone’s hands. Plus the dogs love it! 2. Notice and compliment something good or wonderful in someone – people don’t hear enough honest compliments.
A day can bring a lot of different things. One week ago, we were in the latter stages of an ice storm so all the schools were closed. (I received a phone call at 6am last Monday to tell me
Movie clips can be a fun way to illustrate a point either negatively or positively. They speak to our visual society. Subject: Encouragement, powerful words, competition, Intro: The movie, KICKING AND SCREAMING stars Will Ferrell as Phil Weston who sells
Sounds political doesn’t it? Conspiracy, oooooh! But I’m not talking about some political novel or the latest scandal from some government. I’m talking about how you can build up a disciple, a leader or a student, and they often don’t