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.
Motivational Moments: Focus on what is going right in your life
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 05:35
Today is a day to be thankful for all that you have and everything that you are working toward becoming. Let's be thankful for the ability to set goals and work toward them. Don't let anyone or anything stand in your way of completing what you started and seeing it through to the end. I know there are lots of times when "Life" happens and we get a little side tracked, but stay on your path and keep working toward your greatness!
Greatness is not measured by the height of one's stature, but by the depth of one's heart. Such is the case for Khari Richburg. For the past 18 years, he has been successfully competing with Special Olympics in such areas as basketball, softball, floor hockey, bowling, and track and field. He especially enjoys softball and basketball and has a substantial collection of gold, silver, and bronze medals which he has earned and proudly displays. In 2006 his softball team represented Minnesota and competed in the Special Olympics USA National Games in Des Moines, Iowa where they took first place.
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 02:50
There are many ways to lose confidence in yourself and your dreams, but how do we build up our confidence? How do we train our thoughts to think positive and build up that assurance in ourselves? Here are a few ways I developed to build self-confidence that I share with the individuals who I coach in my practice. Please feel free to practice this and share with me your results.
Danisha Danielle Hoston: The "Home Free" interview
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 02:33
with Kam Williams
Danisha Danielle Hoston was born in Los Angeles where she was raised by a single father and a mother who was in and out of her life. After graduating from high school at 16, she matriculated at UCLA, earning a BA degree in Mass Communications with a specialization in Business Administration.