What Does it Mean to Have a Life On Track?

10465443_10203272515967775_4410798755120875012_oLife is a great opportunity! We get an unspecified length of time to know God our creator in an environment that offers many opportunities and options. We get to navigate through many choices and seek new pathways to get our Life On Track.

Life On Track means you are actively striving to live your days in a manner that is progressive and purposeful with eternal components that honor God. A Life On Track operates in community, helping, working, serving,  growing, and yes, enjoying!  It is a fulfilled life — a fruitful life — an honorable life.

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Want to Master Your Future? Start by Conquering Your Day

 “If you have raced with men on foot, and they have wearied you,  how will you compete with horses? And if in a safe land you are so trusting, what will you do in the thicket of the Jordan? (Jeremiah 12:5)

God’s answer to Jeremiah would never be expected in our culture of political correctness and sugar-coated communication. Being sensitive is a wise habit for effective communication. But there are times when a sweet, sensitive response will not take you where you are trying to go. That’s when it’s Businessman Winning Racegood to abandon the voice that constantly tells you what you want to hear  and embrace the words of truth and honesty, even if it hurts.  Those difficult words may be exactly what you need to help you conquer your day and master your future.
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16 Reasons to Consider a “For-Profit” Status For Your Ministry

MP900387808The costs associated with funding programs can be a ministry’s greatest challenge. A “For-Profit”  status may be the solution.

A non-profit status is still a safe way to organize a ministry. It is good to give and provide for ministry and leaders who serve.  But, what if that isn’t the path for you?  The IRS  code gives us guidelines for operating a non-profit organization.  But what if God has a different plan using His own code for your ministry operation  without the 501(c)(3)?  What if your business (or profession) is where your ministry will happen?

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with Rhonda Y. Wiliams