To be reliable has always been crucial in the development of new plans for growth. The worst thing in the world is to try to work with someone who you cannot count on. It's impossible.
It's 8:30 a.m. on a Sunday morning, and the staff and volunteers of Largo Community Church in Mitchellville, Maryland, are preparing to welcome their members and guests for morning services.
In my professional speaking career, one of my favorite messages is "The Six Keys to Success." The six keys are reflected in various chapters of my self-published book, "Destiny's Door: Turning Milestones into Stepping Stones." To simplify them for you, ...
Mountains are climbed one step at a time.
We must work diligently to bring the educational level of our children in the African-American communities up to a more acceptable level.
Integrity is defined as doing the right thing in a reliable way, a moral compass that doesn't waver, even when nobody is watching.
Jericho City of Praise will in September officially install Dr. Jasmin "Jazz" Sculark as the new pastor to lead the ministry of one of the largest churches in the country.
Execution is critical for accomplishment. If you don't execute the plans you have in place, it won't matter how inspired or meticulously you look for ways to make your plan work.
Helping others can be about giving them a morsel of food, or some money, but it can also be about serving.
Scripture shares ways to build mutual respect in numerous ways.
An alliance of two or more minds working together in perfect harmony for the attainment of a common objective is significant. Success doesn't come about without the cooperation of others.
You know who you are, you like who you are and you will do everything in your power to improve yourself, which results in self-fulfillment.
This week, I'm sharing Les Brown's third principle which says, "Each of us must take responsibility for our actions, our well-being and the attainment of our maximum potential."
NightVision Music Festival, a daylong event free to the public, will be held Saturday on the National Mall.
Through the ages, great thinkers have debated the nature of men and women. Are we inherently good or evil?