I love the Fourth of July. Dare I say, it is one of my favorite holidays! Usually I write a little blog and I share stories of the small towns; the parades and fireworks that made Fourth of July so special for me as child. Not this year. This year, let me tell you about… Continue reading Reflections on the Fourth of July
These days given COVID-19 are certainly challenging for us all. As I listened and reflected on the words of Cardinal Dolan this week-end, it occurred to me that perhaps providing a few insights from my book Marketing God might be helpful to our churches, schools and ministries at a time like this. So, on this… Continue reading Marketing God: It Starts With Availability
When I had my times out I began to notice how much the little things mattered and gave me great hope. Knowing that someone was coming to visit or bringing me soup was not just something to look forward to, but gave me hope for a better day, a better tomorrow. I noticed so much… Continue reading God’s Time Out: The Power of Hope
During my time outs, I started telling myself to Be Radiant. That became my mantra. It was very much a reminder to me to let God's light shine through. There were days that I was simply too sick to sit up, let alone have a conversation with someone. However, I could smile, I could let… Continue reading God’s Time Out: His Radiance
When I had my time outs, I began to really see the wonderful people around me. People I had always known, but perhaps had not appreciated that way I should have. The friends and family who would run by with soup or take me to chemo or drive me to book club. Collectively, during the… Continue reading God’s Time Out: Who Do You See?