What do you think of when you hear of a church meeting? Would you ever think of a motorcycle club calling their meetings, a church? The other day, I had someone tell me this very thing.
However, it is not just a meeting of bikers. They spend time with each other and share what is going on in their lives. I suspect there were some real friendships in that club. At least, I hope they are building real friendships.
I had a sense that these bikers had a better idea of church than some religious types. What are they doing that different than many church-goers on Sunday? It is called “fellowship”!
What am I talking about?
Are you wanting to pursue a goal and you are wracked with fears and doubts? You are not alone. Lately, I have been seeing a lot of content creators reacting to the new changes imposed by YouTube. I’ve my own encounters with writing blog posts and a book.
What is the real solution? It is something that should resonate with everyone. You don’t have to work as a content creator for this advice to apply. You could have a dream to be a beautician, restaurant owner, sales, writer and a career in the healthcare industry. The same principle would still apply.
How is your holiday shopping coming along? Is your Christmas shopping causing you to sing the Holiday Blues? If so, you are not alone. There are a lot of people suffering from the dreaded holiday blues.
I would like to build on what she wrote. Do you know there are things you can do to help someone suffering from the blues? My goal is to offer some ideas of how you can spread some sunshine into someone’s life.
Let’s face it. Everyone struggles with frustrations, of one type or another type. If you don’t have frustrations then I must ask a question. Do you have a pulse? Are you alive? for one, give thanks to God for the frustrations encountered in my writing endeavors. How so? Am I claiming that God is the source of my frustrations? No, I am not saying that and I challenge you to read and find out what I do mean.
Are you easily offended? Are you easily triggered? Earlier today, I talked with some friends about the tearing down of old statues. In our case, the conversation was quite civil and friendly. Sadly, this is not the case for everyone.
Do my friends and I have identical opinions? No, we are each unique individuals and each person has his own views. I’m glad of it; as I don’t have all the answers. Only Jesus can make such a claim. Would you like to learn, “How not to be triggered by every other words or action?”