Natasha’s Study: SDWCS Chapters 13 & 14

We are approaching the end of the quarter, and are therefore wrapping up our “She Did What She Could” book discussion this week. I will be making a book recommendation for next quarter as we quickly approach the holiday season. I will also be sharing some of the things that I am reading during Tuesday’s “Natasha’s Study” posts.

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Scripture Reference: Gospel of John 12: 1-7, Matthew 26: 6-13, Mark 14: 3-9

Discussion Points 13 & 14: “We care. But too often we stop because we Continue reading “Natasha’s Study: SDWCS Chapters 13 & 14”

HOT TOPIC: A Way Up for African-American Boys Part 5

Part 5: BE AN EXAMPLE – THE MOTIVATIONAL YOUNG LEADER OF THE PACK

We have: Part 1 – Identified the Issues, and discussed the importance of Part 2 – Making an Impact & Sharing Jesus.  We have also discussed the significance and challenges of Part 3: Being A Mentor and Part 4: Being A Tutor.  I am closing out this series with my final featured guest to let you know that there is hope.

I am so honored to introduce First Lieutenant Zerbin Singleton, United States Marine Corps.  I met Zerbin while working at the Naval Academy, where he served as the Brigade Commander (highest rank) during his last semester as a midshipman (student).  His leadership and influence also included a three year varsity letter for the Navy football team. He graduated from the Naval Academy in 2008 with a 3.14 GPA as an Aerospace Engineering Major! Currently, Zerbin is Continue reading “HOT TOPIC: A Way Up for African-American Boys Part 5”

Natasha’s Study: SDWSC Chapter 12

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Scripture Reference: Gospel of John 12: 1-7, Matthew 26: 6-13, Mark 14: 3-9

Discussion Point 12: “What if I lived each day with the commitment to do what I could in that day, to know that I am loved by Jesus and to love him back?” – Elisa Morgan, page 81

If I did what I could, I might…

Our lists of “I mights” are too often answered with responses of “If onlys…”

Why might we, any of us, not do those things that God has specifically called us to do, regardless of the circumstance, the difficulty, and even when we are uncertain of the results?

Chapter 11 reminded me of the Continue reading “Natasha’s Study: SDWSC Chapter 12”