couple arguing
 

Today can be different.

You long to be a better person. The person you thought you would be.

You wish that true change were possible —

even for you.

 

You don’t have to live in
your failures and disappointments!

 

Yesterday does not have to determine your today.

It will take choices. Sometimes difficult ones.

It will take power — not will power, but the power of God

through prayer, Bible reading and other people’s support.

Man praying in golden field

Today Can Be Different!

Join us as we journey together,

To overcome bad habits, build character, and stop sinful behavior …

Choice by (sometimes difficult) choice, because …

Today. Can. Be. Different!


Click below to read one of my
most recent motivational messages.

and let’s get started to make this day better than yesterday.

Hope for the Procrastinator

Procrastinating man sits in messy bed

Anxiety. Depression. Missed opportunities. Lost jobs. These are just a few of the consequences of chronic procrastination. People struggle with different degrees of delaying or not accomplishing their goals. Sometimes (depending on the importance of the task) we can get … Continue reading →

Learning from the Rewind

nervous girl singing with microphone

“All I want is a room somewhere, far away from the cold night air!” I could already tell that my singing in the school’s talent show wasn’t going well. My shaky hands and trembling voice sent a clear message that … Continue reading →

A Prayer for Days that Seem to Never End

frustrated man at the office

If we don’t watch out, we can develop the habit of living in anger or disappointment, finding the negative in almost everything and everyone. Unfortunately, the longer we remain in that mindset, the harder it is to reverse it. And … Continue reading →

When Mercy Begets Love

Sad woman veiling her face

Everyone felt it – especially the woman standing half-dressed in front of the condemning crowd. Her eyes frantically surveyed every angle of the temple court, seeking a way to escape. Even a passerby could sense the crowd’s impatience and their … Continue reading →