I do not need permission from anyone to be better. When I change, the world changes with me! This is my personal affirmation. The positive change that I make in my personal life makes my public life better. It is within this hope that I am able to deal with life's up's and down's. This is a personal responsibility. Some people mistakenly look for change to take place outside of them. They wish that others would be different. They believe that this will make their life better. The truth is that real change takes place within us. In order to live life to its fullest, we must change what we see, say, and do. When we change, the world changes with us!
Tuesday, 01 September 2015 10:53
Are there times when you look at your life and feel like something is missing? Statistics show that over fifty percent of working adults are not satisfied with their jobs and the work that they do. Many people feel like they are working just to pay bills, not working their passion at all.
Dating longer before marriage does not always lead to a happy marriage – relationship expert explains why
Tuesday, 01 September 2015 10:48
In her recent bestselling book titled "Hellen Chen's Love Seminar," author and relationship expert Hellen Chen revealed that 85 percent of dating ends up in breakups and dating longer does not always mean a more stable and happier marriage.
Wednesday, 12 August 2015 16:37
Has there ever been a time when you were completely blown away by an event? Have you ever met someone for the first time and instantly knew at that moment that they were meant to be a part of your life forever? What about the first time you walked into a home or place and knew that you were meant to be there? These unexpected events are always present and should be a welcoming experience.
Retirement is supposed to be a time of leisure, after decades spent in the working world and raising children. But millions of seniors, because of our increasingly aging population, are finding themselves as caregivers - pursuing a new labor of love, the care of a spouse or another loved one.
Next week, the Minnesota Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of the Church of God in Christ (COGIC) will celebrates 92 years of ministry and service to our community during its Holy Convocation. Congratulations go out to Bishop Fred W. Washington and State Supervisor Patricia Hayes for another successful year of serving our community. The theme for this year's celebration is "Christ extreme sacrifice calls for our extreme commitment." Bishop Washington continues to demonstrate his extreme commitment by challenging us all to support him in his goal of willing 10,000 souls to Christ. Also, the Minnesota COGIC Jurisdiction has renewed its extreme commitment to helping the community live the best life possible. In return, we need the community to help the church.