Posts by GuestAuthor

What Makes a Leader? A 15-year-old’s Perspective

A leader, in my opinion, should be someone who’s confident in him or herself. When I say confident, I don’t mean full of him/herself. There’s a big difference. Someone full of himself boasts, brags, or shows off, trying to make others see how awesome he is. A confident person isn’t afraid to stand up for…

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A Father’s Blog: Quick Tip #1

By Mike Gibson Conflict? Take it outside! There will be times when conflicts cluster. These times stress the fabric of the father-child relationship.  The father might feel frustrated. The child might feel threatened.  Mutual trust and mutual affinity are at risk. The rapport is fragile. When you face these times, take it outside! Get out…

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Your Kids: Faith, Church, and College

By Arliss Dickerson For those of us who are Christians and involved in church, it is important to us to see our children share those commitments and grow in their own understanding and practice of their faith. However, current trends tell us that our young people are leaving the church in significant numbers. A recent…

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7 Ways to Take Your Finances to the Next Level

By Dr. Troy (The OolaGuru) Originally posted on January 25, 2016 “The OolaSeeker lovingly likes to pick on me for my lifestyle. More specifically the material successes of my life. He highlights the cars, homes, early retirement, and travel. While it can be interesting to talk about a Maserati, a beach home, or exotic travel, he tends to…

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