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27 Feb 2017

We WIN As A People

“I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality…I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word.”

-          Martin Luther King, Jr.

In our current racial, social, and political climate it would be easy to degenerate into a mindset of fear, anger, and extremism.  When we are constantly bombarded with information from the media that suggests that social justice and equality aren’t attainable for all it becomes easy to adopt a dismal outlook on our present circumstances.  To adopt a mentality of such a limited and self-defeating scope, however, would be to reject the resilient and indomitable legacy we possess as a people.  A mindset of the aforementioned vantage point obscures from our view the unfailing hope that we have as a people who overcame seemingly insurmountable odds.    

We Win Through Participation
20 Feb 2017

We Win Through Participation

“I shall participate, I shall contribute, and in so doing, I will be the gainer.”

  • Walter Annenberg

Each of us has a unique virtue and grace assigned to us by God that gives expression to His presence in the earth.  We have an inimitable set of skills that comprise our imprint on the world designed to answer a specific need or call in the earth.  These talents and virtues were given to us to actively engage them in service to our families, our communities, and the spread of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.     

We all win when everyone actively participates collaboratively functioning as a single unit to accomplish the mission.  A common quote often attributed to Gestalt psychology theorists is “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts” which intimates that we are far more effective functioning collaboratively rather than the sum total of our individual efforts.  Simply put we can accomplish far more working together than we can apart from each other.     

iWIN Through Perseverance
13 Feb 2017

iWIN Through Perseverance

In the confrontation between the stream and the rock, the stream always wins; not through strength, but through perseverance.”

  • H. Jackson Brown

We have a choice that has been set before us.  We can either be victims who are overwhelmed by the circumstances of our lives or we can be victors who triumphantly overcome in every context of life.  Regardless of the hand that you were forced to play I want you to emphaticallyproclaim “iWIN” and allow that to serve as the impetus behind your perception of yourself.  

Very often the difference between winning and losing is not strength to overcome adversity, but rather it is the mindset to persevere.  Perseverance necessitates a mindset that is resigned to stay the course regardless of the opposition.  It is the rugged determination that is resolved to endure even in circumstances that may be uncomfortable and painful because of the assurance of victory on the other side of the journey.  Perseverance is dogmatically declaring “iWIN” in a context that appears to be the antithesis of that declaration.  It is the mindset that is resigned in its decision to hold firmly to faith when the surrounding conditions appear to suggest that it would be easier to give up! 

i WIN – Through A Person
06 Feb 2017

i WIN – Through A Person

“Winning is a habit and so is losing.”

-          Vince Lombardi

 “i WIN” is a statement which articulates our audacious and tenacious faith that we will be victorious because we are connected to THE ULTIMATE WINNER, Jesus Christ and His redemptive work at Calvary.  He defeated Death, Hell, and the Grave summarily demonstrating the superiority of His authority and power.  The Bible declares in Romans 8:37 “Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us.” The latter portion of the 8th chapter of Romans presents 4 prepositional truths that allow us to boldly proclaim that “i WIN” over opposition, accusation, condemnation, and debarment. 

Justice for all
30 Jan 2017

Justice For All

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”

-          Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

It is my sincere prayer that as Christians we are not sitting around like the proverbial ostrich with our heads stuck in the sand oblivious to what is happening in our world.  In times like these we must be cognizant and aware of what is happening in the world around us and postured with an appropriate awareness that serves as a catalyst for action.  Our response must reflect the love and maturity that comes from our relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ and the strategic trajectory that is rooted in an informed and balanced posture that seeks justice for everyone.

23 Jan 2017


“If you don’t see yourself as a winner, then you cannot perform as a winner.”

-          Zig Ziglar

“i WIN” is a bold and resolute declarative statement that we make in relation to the triumphant victory we have in Jesus Christ.  Through our declaration we announce to the world that we will walk through life as conquerors over any and all circumstances regardless of what they may look like.  “i WIN” exemplifies our posture toward the various circumstances that we will encounter that bespeaks our unyielding faith that we will be absolutely triumphant in every area of our lives.  Through Jesus Christ and His redemptive work wrought in our lives we can be unapologetic in our declaration “i WIN”.   

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