Now I See Blog
All the of the Now I See Podcast Blog, for your reading pleasure. Enjoy a new eye opening experience.
“I'm gonna be honest, I’m not a real cowboy. I have a hat and boots, but I don’t have a horse. I have ridden horses many times. I got to go on a half-day roundup,” said Rik Danielson, author of ‘You Picked the Wrong Stagecoach’. He grew up in the west, and as a member...
“It’s always what life is, it’s always what history is, it’s always what any job is; the greatness of everything is bound up in the greatness of people. We forget that, we get into processes, paradigms, programs, and how we can do things better and better. But the core is people, how we motivate people, how we listen to people, and how we encourage them,” said Bruce Lovesmith.
“It’s such a wonderful blessing to be active, alive and able to contribute,” said Jorja Clemson, the founder of the Big Event in Grand Prairie, Texas.
“Don’t give up,” urged R.V. Baugus, journalist, editor, and author. “Once you give up, you're defeated. It’s a desolate place to be. It’s an unhealthy place to be. It’s a lonely place to be. How many people who predate us did not give up? We have those examples. I...
“I never used to be a crier, but I have gotten really good at it in the past six years,” says Tina Davis after adopting baby Athena. Before Athena, Tina, her husband, and their three young sons lived a simpler life. “My husband’s job keeps him away from home a lot. In...
For me, baking is something that brings me joy,” said Caryn Clark, owner of Trauma Bakes Dessert Shop.
“Giving up is not an option for me” – Kathy Andrews.
“I see myself as someone who is passionate about ‘capital T’ Truth,” said Amy Aupperlee, the Women’s Pastor at Irving Bible Church (IBC), in Irving, Texas. “I want to see people unleashed from something that is false, that they have been carrying their whole lives. From my daughter, to the women I serve at church, I want them to be released in the truth of who they truly are–not how they see themselves, or how they are expected to be, but how God sees them. I’m just really passionate about that.”
“I yelled at God, ‘God, what do you want me to do with the rest of my life?’” author Deann Alford confessed. She found the answer as she randomly opened a Spanish Bible, and let her eyes fall on a verse in the top left-hand corner, Isaiah 8:1, “El Senor me dijo, ‘Toma una tabilla grande y escribe,’’ which is translated, “The Lord said to me, ‘Take a large scroll and write.’” Then Deann knew, “I’m called to write. My mandate is moving people to pray, give, go, take action, listen to God, and do what He says. So that’s what I do.”