I have done several television and radio interviews that seemed like prime opportunities to promote a book or Ken Davis Productions and the programs and conferences that we provide. All of them were positive experiences, but each of them taught me new valuable lessons about these short and important opportunities.
Funny how a few letters in a word can change the meaning of the word and subsequently one’s outlook on life.
Years ago, my friend, Gloria Gaither made a statement that still impacts my life. I hope her insight will impact your life and make this Christmas one of your most blessed. Here’s what she said…
Millions of people are looking forward to the first days of 2015 like a child looks forward to a new school year. Remember the anticipation? The slate was clean. A new chance to get better grades, make new friends and take hold of exciting opportunities. Why then did so many of those years slip by without change? What could have been done differently?
The 2015 New Year’s celebrations are over. The lights have dimmed and the smell of fireworks has drifted away. But opportunity and hope did not disappear with the smoke. Here are four steps to help make this year one of your best!
Not everybody anticipates the coming holiday season with giddy excitement. For many, the holidays are a time of emotional distress and depression.
Mayo Clinic has some very helpful information on beating the holiday blues and I have provided some of them here. However, it was my friend Gloria Gaither who provided perhaps the most brilliant insights about beating the holiday blues in a devotional she did at a Christmas party.
Here’s her advice, Mayo Clinic’s advice, and advice from the greatest power source of all.