Snow and I are published authors!
Brenton and Tina have a mission to empower others to succeed through training, one-on-one consultation, review of success books and writing our own personal development book. Brenton has a Bachelors from Boston University, a Masters from the University of Southern California, and is currently working on a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Dallas Baptist University. Tina has a Bachelors from Amberton University, a Masters from the University of Southern California, several Teaching Certifications, Life Coaching and image certificates, and taken several college courses in psychology and counseling. They are both readers and have a thirst for knowledge. Their hope is that this knowledge will help others succeed in their own lives.
Proverbs 3: 1-4 My child, remember my teachings and instructions and obey them completely. They will help you live a long and prosperous life. Let love and loyalty always show … Continue reading God’s Awesome Cause & Effect!
I wondered why it was so important to come to God as a child.
My daughter, K. Snow and I wrote and illustrated a children’s book. We enjoyed working together to create Jimmy and Johnny Mouse who live in a mouse village with their father, mother, and grandmother.
Prayer is very important in our attempt to lead a purpose filled life.
Fear is conquered through the reading of the scripture.
Praying the scripture is one of the best ways to eliminate fear.
Another part of leadership is not losing heart and growing weary.
When Christ picked His disciples, he picked men with different talents and with from different backgrounds. Each disciple brought different skills to Christ’s ministry. As Christian leaders, we need to appreciate each of our follower’s talents and what they bring to our ministries.
Once we become Christians and start our devotions, it is time to learn our leadership skills.
The first step to leadership development is to work on our relationship with Christ. It is easy to get discouraged when we are not in the Word and having daily devotions.