“The Peacemaker” defines what it means to truly be a person that makes peace, not just a negotiator. Are you looking for peace? View this presentation to see if it speaks to you and please consider that moral outrage does not make peace.
“Communication” reveals to us what it means to truly communicate, which involves listening as a prerequisite. A natural tendency is to be thinking of a response in place of listening to and understanding what is being said.
“Making the Best of You!” is a challenge to allow even an apparent negative to bear influence that results in improvement. Life’s irritations and problems have their place and may cause a change of direction or influence a better idea.
“Take a Break” is about stepping back from a situation or from our work so as to not overwork. You will gain new perspective and insight. If you don’t take a break, your abilities and capabilities suffer for it.
“Hope Inspirational Quotes” are from important figures of history who give insight into hope – brilliant minds shedding light on the discovery and understanding of hope.
“Psalm 91” is one of the most popular and world famous prayer songs written by King David. The Psalms are at the heart of the Bible and express deep emotions, fears, desires, thoughts, declarations of protection and Messianic prophecies.
“Peace in the Midst of the Storm” is a song that brings peace and comfort to the restless soul. It’s a song that brings hope in the midst of misfortune.
“You Can Rely on Me!” is a message from Jesus to you personally in which He offers His supernatural guidance, peace and protection throughout your life. All it takes is a simple prayer of faith to call out to Him.
“Do Not Fear” brings a message of courage and hope in the face of fear and danger. God tells us that His perfect love for us will cast out all our fears. These are Scriptures of promise found in the Holy Bible.
“Instrument of Your Peace” is a prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi in song, which carries a deep personal commitment to peace, love and to understanding others. If only more people would commit to being peacemakers.
“While you are proclaiming peace with your lips, be careful to have it even more fully in your heart.” ― Saint Francis of Assisi