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Joneen M. Horton
Part 3 of the Write the Vision series of blog posts.
Joneen M. Horton
Part 2 of Write the Vison
Joneen M. Horton
The difference between a dream board and a vision board is that a dream board depicts your plans and desires; while a vision board depicts the plans and desires God has for you. 
Latoya M. Williams
I believe the greatest lesson in forgiveness is learning to forgive you. Follow the example of God, He has already forgiven you, learn to forgive yourself.
Latoya M. Williams
In order for me to live and fulfill the plans God had for my life, I had to let the hurts go. Forgiveness was not only an option, but it was also a necessity.
Latoya M. Williams
Freedom on a Budget? Can that really happen? Real freedom comes with the responsibility of self-control.
Latoya M. Williams
Positivity is contagious. Positivity attracts positive circumstances. Reality is what you create. God gave us all the ability to create, change or rearrange our environments. Speak only those things you really want to happen.
Latoya M. Williams
Part 2 of the Surviving Unemployment series provides more practical tips during this period of transition.
Latoya M. Williams
Trust God. This sounds so cliche and I know you are probably rolling your eyes at turbo speed. However, it is very important. Recognize that God was, is and always will be your one and only source.
Joneen M. Horton
Martha, Martha is not the singing group, is it? It's Mary, Mary. "...they hear My Word, and they are able to do what I've called them to do." (Listen, I cannot confirm that this is why the gospel group has that name, but on this night in my bed, I believe this is what I heard, and I responded accordingly, by getting back into the Word and presence of God- okay? Okay.)

 

 

 Edify: To teach in such a way as to improve the mind or character

 

Equip: To prepare for a particular activity or problem

 

Encourage: To make someone more determined, hopeful, or confident