Truth

Truth

One of the great questions is, “what is truth?” I believe that truth can be defined as ultimate reality.  Carl Sagen said, “the Cosmos is all that is or was or ever shall be.”  His conclusion is that matter existed forever and therefore is ultimate reality. If one believes in Intelligent Design and that His Mind… Continue Reading

Questions

Questions

I’ve come to the conclusion that one of the wisest things one can do is to ask the right questions.  What is life all about? (Metaphysics),  Who am I and what am I about? (Ontology), What is true, right, and valuable? (Axiology), How do I know? (Epistemology), and Where am I going? (Teleology) A more contemporary… Continue Reading

Fasting: Spiritual Discipline

Fasting refers to abstaining from food for spiritual purposes. Biblical fasting always centers on spiritual purposes as opposed to health diets and hunger strikes. In Scripture, the normal means of fasting involve abstaining from all food, solid or liquid, but not from water. In most cases fasting is a private matter between the individual and… Continue Reading

Debt: Financial Principle

“The rich rules over the poor, and the borrower is slave to the lender.” – Proverbs 22:7 Debt is not a sin. Debt is never the real problem, it is symptomatic of deeper problems like greed, self-indulgence, impatience, fear, poor self-image, lack of self-worth, lack of self-discipline, and many others. Debt can be defined as “any… Continue Reading

Pillar Two

Adapted from: “Twelve Pillars by Jim Rohn and Chris Widener” Live a Life of Health “You should make sure the outside of you is a good reflection of the inside of you.” – Jim Rohn Total well-being involves three-dimensional health: physical, emotional, and spiritual. Michael Hyatt, in The Importance of the Leader’s Heart, listed five truths about… Continue Reading

Life coaching is the art and practice of guiding a person from where he is to greater competence and fulfillment that he desires.

Spiritual formation coaching helps an individual learn what God is doing, listen to what God is saying, understand the character God wants to form in us, and commit to taking the action steps to walk in obedience to God’s will.

Financial counseling is the process of coaching and training individuals to be good stewards, establish spending plans, live within their means, develop generosity and gratefulness, and be debt free.

Executive coaching is the process of coaching, training and consulting high-capacity leaders personally and professionally to realize their God-given redemptive potential, finish well, and make their ultimate contribution.

Seven Baby Steps to Financial Peace

  1. $ 1,000 in an Emergency Fund
  2. Pay off all Debt with the Debt Snowball
  3. 3 to 6 months Expenses in Savings
  4. Invest 15% of Income into Roth IRAs and Pre-Tax Retirement Plans
  5. College Funding
  6. Pay off Your Home Early
  7. Build Wealth and Give!

by: Dave Ramsey

"Effective leaders maintain a learning posture all their lives."

- Dr. J. Robert Clinton