Today’s guests on Faith Positive Radio felt called by God to help families in a very unique way. Katie Cline and Charis Boone are with the NRFA…the National Registry For Embryo Adoption. They include people with first-hand experience in child and embryo adoption or donation. They created this service specifically to ease the challenges of donating embryos or finding a match in their adoption registry. They try to take the frustration out of the adoption process to make adopting or matching easy and fast. Check them out at: https://www.nrfa.org/
How original are you at work? Discover your originality with Dr. Joey Faucette, best-selling author and Executive Coach.
What does it mean to live an intentionally courageous life? Today’s guest on Faith Positive Radio had to show courage when he and his wife lost their job in the middle of the recession. Dave Cornell had to move outside of his comfort zone and re-discover the gifts God had given him. He’s used those gifts to speak to thousands about the nature of courage. You can find more information on his website at www.cultivatecourage.com!
How much do you compare yourself at this time of year? Find what to do when you feel empty at work from Dr. Joey Faucette, best-selling author and Executive Coach.
Are you just a big ‘ol kid at heart? Then you’re going to LOVE this week’s Faith Positive Radio guest. Natalie Ard is the founder of Star From Afar Kids. They create inspirational, interactive games and toys that help children “play with a purpose.” You can check out their offerings at www.starfromafar.com!
How isolated are you as a Christian at work this time of year? Find what to do when you feel like the only one at work from Dr. Joey Faucette, best-selling author and Executive Coach.
In this new life, it doesn’t matter if you are a Jew or Gentile, circumcised or uncircumcised, barbaric, uncivilized, slave or free. Christ is all that matters, and he lives in all of us. (Colossians 3:11, NLT) Someone walks into your workspace. What are your first thoughts? He’s short/fat/tall/skinny/bald/handsome/ugly… She’s blonde/brunette/redhead/fat/skinny/beautiful/ugly… Right? And then you make a judgment of good or bad, preferred or unpreferred, valuable or undesirable. You react to outward appearances. What if you responded instead of reacted? Paul says as Christians we work from a new life. That is your first-impression priorities transform from outward to inward. You acknowledge outward distinctions. You give priority attention to Christ who [...]
You may not think of creativity when you consider your relationship with God; but today’s Faith Positive Radio guest says they are inseparable. Bob Stromberg says we were all made to create. That longing and ability are woven into our genes. In today’s interview, Stromberg shares three creative disciplines that have kept him busy and fulfilled for over forty years as a writer and performer. Weekly exercises in practicing the disciplines create new neural pathways and build strong intuitive habits in every person aspiring to experience their own unique expression of creativity. Check out his website at www.bobstromberg.com!
For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline. (2 Timothy 1:7, NLT) There’s a lot to be afraid of at work these days. A shooting. Sexual assault. Offending someone. Being offended by someone. A lay off. A salary reduction. The company being bought. A stress-induced heart attack. Makes you afraid just thinking about that list, right? Paul commissioned Timothy to continue the missionary work to the Gentiles. Timothy apprenticed for a while and then went out on his own. Kind of scary going out on your own. A lot rides on your work. Think Timothy was afraid? A little bashful about his work? [...]
What’s it’s like running the family business? For today’s guest, it’s an opportunity to inspire others and to build a positive workplace culture. Leslie Henderson Schultz firstname.lastname@example.org is President of Henderson, Inc. in Williamsburg, Virginia. Listen to her story on the challenges of running a multi-generational company, while using examples of Servant Leadership to inspire.