Interruptions Part 3 :: Transitions

In part 3 of Interruptions I want to help us understand the upside to getting past stagnant seasons. Just like tears are water for your garden to grow, there is a relationship between pain and progress. And, if you want to transcend those situations and people who want to shut you down and cut you […]

Interruptions Part 2

In part 1 of my series on interruptions I asked the question, “How do you handle interruptions in the midst of living for a higher calling?” The bible helps us to understand how to approach seasons in our lives where people challenge our motivation and even challenge what we fell called to pursue. It’s especially […]

Everything I Know About Racism I Learned From the Church

Note: This original article appears here: http://www.churchleaders.com/pastors/pastor-articles/169959-christena-cleveland-know-about-racism-i-learned-from-the-church.html?p=1 Note that I’m including this article on my blog for conversation and dialogue only. I’m not one to judge someones experience or suggest that this article represents the experiences of all. This is for all of us to examine ourselves as well as our role in God’s overall […]

Why Pastor G Started Success/Life Coaching

It’s been interesting for me to hear people ask me what I’m doing now. I get that question almost two to three times a week. People will stop me on the street, email me, hit me up on Facebook and even old clients are interested in knowing what I’ve been up to lately. I’m sure […]

Program aims to alleviate the fear of fatherhood

Posted: Friday, September 6, 2013 2:48 pm | Updated: 2:56 pm, Fri Sep 6, 2013. By Donald Tretler For many years I was very unsure about whether I wanted to be somebody‚Äôs dad. It seemed like a huge responsibility, having another human being dependent on me to ensure their survival.Being married had responsibility, but in […]