One of my favorite times of the year is getting to attend Global Leadership Summit, a two-day leadership event hosted by Willow Creek Association.
About a week ago, I watched an interesting TV show titled “Animals Gone Wild”. It is a compilation of armature videos of strange encounters with domestic and wild animals at home and in the wild.
Sundays after church are great times for my family and me. We get to hang out for breakfast at one of our favorite breakfast spot and get zestfully served by our favorite waiter called Jonathan.
I watched a video where members of the public in Nigeria, West Africa, aired their views about their faith and finances. The ‘Seed Sowing’ debacle dominated their response.
In a passionate gist with some friends in a cookout, politics dominated the length of the discourse.
As I toggled through TV channels looking for mind informing shows to watch, voices from the show that was currently running on the screen when I walked in caught my attention.
Spending time with my three lovely daughters is one of my most favorite things to do. I love to watch them express their love for each other in various ways as they play together or play with me.
My twin daughters are different when it comes to reaction to how you handle them. The older one loves to climb on almost anything even though she is afraid of heights.
Listening with intent to learn is a critical part of my psyche. So I pay attention to not to spite or counter but to learn and, if needed, express my views on any subject in context.