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The Glow In All of US

Posted on September 25, 2020 at 1:30 PM Comments comments (3)

My Message for You Today:

At a Dollar Store recently there was a young mom and her two children waiting in the LONG checkout line. One of the children was a bigger kid, probably 14 years of age. The other was a toddler who looked to be around 3. The bigger of the two had a pack of glow sticks. The baby was screaming, to everyone's discomfort, determined to have them. So the Mom opened the pack and gave him one, which stopped his tears—for the moment. He paraded in and out of the l...

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See Me --- Take A Moment To See A Life

Posted on September 21, 2020 at 2:30 PM Comments comments (0)

This poem is from an old man who died in a nursing home in Australia. It was assumed he left nothing of value to the world. As the nurses went through his possessions, they found this poem which is now making it's way across the internet and waking up our remembrance to really SEE each other. His legacy is the call of clear sight to each of us. Take 3 minutes and read on!

 

Cranky Old Man “See Me”

 

What do you see, nurses, what do you see,

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A Personal Message to You Today:

Posted on September 21, 2020 at 2:20 PM Comments comments (0)

For the next 120 seconds, put aside whatever you are doing and, consider what was done for you.

 

At the age of 33, Jesus was sentenced to death. At the time of The Crucifixion, it was the "worst" possible death known to man. Only the most serious of criminals were sentenced to be crucified. However, it was even more terrible for Jesus. Unlike other criminals sentenced to death by crucifixion, Jesus was nailed to the Cross by his hands and feet in an unusual manner.

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Impacting Traits of Mentoring and Best Friends

Posted on August 18, 2016 at 10:45 PM Comments comments (0)

In talking about the Impacting Traits of an ideal best friend or mentor, my reflection turns immediately to my number one mentor. He is the best at turning what seemed to be a really bad moment in life into, if not at least a smile, an all out belly laugh. I’ll never forget my first important experience with this.


I was in the sixth grade. We were told by our teacher that we were to pair up to do a major project for our end of the year grade. I was teamed with my g...

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Mentoring - Leaving A Legacy

Posted on August 18, 2016 at 2:00 PM Comments comments (0)

 

Everyone has that defining moment when they see and recognize a need, then have to make one of two decisions; either to make themselves available to do something to change it… or simply walk away. For me, that moment arrived as a junior in college.


I came home to spend the summer working and making what little money one could make on summer student help pay. And of course there is always the goal to have some play time mixed in wherever possible. ...

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Memories That Teach - They Last Forever

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Memories With My Dad

 

My dad - Rev. G. Vaughn Drummonds - taught me so much about himself, as well as about God the Father, in such a way that the many lessons were life changers for me. There is one occasion that came to mind the other day.

 

It was an early summer evening in Alma, Michigan. I was 10 or eleven years old and my friends and I would play as long as we possibly could. And that means until we were called in to finally end the day. The rule was...

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