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Showing posts from March, 2012

God of My Youth

Hello kind reader! Thanks for stopping by. This entry stems from an event that took place at my church on March 9 called C.OUR.AGE. A night of worship and fellowship for local youth. In case you missed it or even if you were there, I hope this encourages and motivates you.             Living for God in my youth simply means "I'm building a foundation for the rest of my life by trusting in God now." It's usually not popular. It's not what everyone else is doing. And the reason why so many people lose heart in doing it is because it's not easy. It's a lifestyle that teaches discipline.             Spiritually it gives security both in the present and in the future. Ecclesiastes 12:1 perfectly explains why it is wise and critical to live for God now rather than waiting until you hit 40-something. Serving God in my youth is an unwavering choice to obey and love God in both the good and bad times.
            Now I am an 80's baby ('89ers Stan…

The 4 G's of Event Planning

Hello kind reader! Thanks for stopping by! If you're reading this text right now perhaps you find yourself having to plan an event or program and are looking for some sound advice. Well don't panic, you're in the right place at the right time (unless you have less than 24 hours to put it all together). The 4 G's of Event Planning are tested and true and apply to any venue for any organization or cause. The 4 G's are a treasure map for which I do not take credit because I am not the originator. My dad is. Yep, Dr. Stephen A. Thomas is the originator. In case you didn't know, my dad is my hero and he gave me the green light to share his theory with the rest of the world. With that stated, I do have experience in event planning. Amongst those: the University of West Georgia Employer Night 2011. An event I assisted in coordinating, promoting and emceed. Attendance reached a high that had not been seen in recent years and both faculty and staff walked away impressed…