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2015 KOHL's Orlando Conference
Twitter Hashtag

 

This morning’s 45-minute keynote may direct a little traffic to Twitter. Hope so.

And every morning should direct some Twitter traffic to #HumbleServant.

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How Can You Tell?

Would Jesus have a Twitter handle?

@jeffnoelmidlife Twitter handle screen shot
Catch the bottom tweet?

 

Catch the photo caption?

Catch the bottom Tweet?

Every person is telling a story about what she or he values.

Whether we are conscious of it or not.

And when we magnify our awareness (sadly, this may never happen) of this fact, we are given a divine opportunity.

If it needs to be explained to us, we are not yet ready.

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Couldn’t Do It

Couldn't Do It
Couldn't Do It

Couldn’t watch TV yesterday.

This isn’t a stretch for me because I rarely watch it anyway.

But I hear about it on Facebook, Twitter and emails.

And it comes as no surprise. Humanity always wants to help during disasters.

Haiti.

Devastation. Suffering.

Faith. Hope.

What good does God do when disaster happens?

You have an answer, right?

Facebook Can Nurture Our Spirit

Facebook can nurture our spirit. It can! Seriously. At least I think it can.

The other day there was dialogue on my wall about someone hearing a Contemporary Christian song and how the lyrics spoke to this person in a profound way.

That’s what Christian Music is all about. Helping us stay mindful of being blessed beyond measure, even when we are not “presently in the moment”. Being present in the moment takes practice. The payoff is HUGE!

Here are a few of my top three favorite Contemporary Christian Artists:

  • Chris Tomlin
  • Steven Curtis Chapman
  • Jeremy Camp

We keep all our radio dials set at 88.3, here in Central Florida. Make it a great day, and remember, you are blessed beyond measure. Seriously. đŸ™‚

The Joy of Living

The Joy of Living is one of the most elusive of all endowments.

Why? Just watch a child and you’ll find your answer. Having a child (9-year old boy) in our home is a daily reminder.

We all, at least I do, need daily reminders of this simple fact, don’t we? Why? Because life is hard, especially in today’s challenging and uncertain world.

Every day is an opportunity to count our blessings. Anyone need a calculator?