I’ve served in faith-based leadership for most of my life and truly believe that when we get our hearts connected to Jesus and put Him in the proper order of our life we will make good decisions and grow healthy relationships.
Recent Blog Posts
Most Saturday's I enjoy sharing another author's work. This week, I couldn't wait to share JAMES CLEAR'S article, This is the Greatest Weightlifting Lesson I’ve Learnedby James Clear Read this on JamesClear.com You’ll never walk into the gym and hear someone say, “You should do something easy today.” But after 10 years of training,...
Most Fridays, I enjoy sharing at least four reads, listens, learnings, reviews or gadgets that I have enjoyed or learned from. They aren't always faith-based, but they are always good recommendations. Here is this weeks 4forFRIDAY for Friday July 20, 2018. A Really Good Read: PEAK PERFORMANCE by Brad Stulberge &...
Jenny and I have been enjoying New England over the past week. We started with $39 fares from Atlanta to Boston and headed to Bar Harbor, Maine. Bar Harbor is truly one of the most beautiful places that I've ever seen. We left Bar Harbor and visited the small town...
Most Saturdays I enjoy sharing another authors article or BLOG. this week's Saturday Share is from Tanvir Zafar. I first read the article on LifeHack.com. Here is this Week's Saturday Share: We’ve all got our enemies; people who take pleasure in causing us pain and misery. Sometimes, the development of an...
Most Fridays, I enjoy sharing at least four really good reads, listens, learnings or reviews. Several hundred of you guiys read this and many of you give me a little feedback, especially about suggested restaurants. Here is this week's 4forFRIDAY June14, 2018 A Really, Great Read: Washington on Leadership by Richard Brookhiser I...
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Sugar Hill Church
I have the privilege to serve Sugar Hill Church as their Lead Pastor. Sugar Hill Church is located in NE Atlanta and is a great church, filled with great folks.