I admit, I’m not extremely good at pacing myself. Yet, there are some tricks I’ve learned from others along the way.  Here are eight of them.  1.  Force yourself to be patient with what you have.  Much of our frantic pace doesn’t come from good works but a dissatisfied spiritual quest for more stuff. 2.…

All right let’s admit it.  The  church must continue to do good. But goodness doesn’t usually win awards or get us that “15 minutes of fame”  we’ve been promised.  Additionally, tiredness becomes an impelling factor that overwhelms us at some time in our lives. Bob Mumford, a famous preacher in the 1970’s , said that…

When faced with a problem and needing to confront a person in authority, here are some excellent tips for finding solutions: 1.    Be positive in your approach.  Make sure that your attitude has been adjusted and a positive attitude will shine through. 2.    Be clear and stay focused on what you want to ask.  During times of…

This is horribly short notice but I just received it myself.  I wish I could attend a day with Nella Uitvlugt on January 14 at Northland Church; but Saturdays are out for me because of my Special Gathering program in Vero.  This email is from Lauralee Wright of Northland Church in Orlando (Longwood), FL.   Many of…

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Linda G. Howard

Linda G. Howard is the best-selling and award-winning author of four books, including MOTHERS ARE PEOPLE, TOO and THE SECRET LIFE OF A HOUSEWIFE. Currently, she serves as area director of The Special Gathering, a ministry within the mentally challenged community. Additionally, she is the co-publisher and editor of CONNECTING POINT, the ministry newsletter. Her husband is a retired aerospace technologist who worked for NASA. They have three children and four grandchildren.

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