Posted in addiction, addictions, anger, attitude, career, celebrity, children, communication, custody fight, denial, disease, domestic violence, Education, emotions, entertainment, Fame, family, fathers, Fear, finances, health, help, illness, Impact, kids, legal, life, making money, marriage, media, mental and physical health, MONEY, news, observations, of connections, opinion, pain and misery, parenting, power, prayer, relationships, respect, sickness, spiritual, success, support, television, trauma, violence, well-being, tagged addictions, alcohol, behavior, Charlie Sheen, children, conduct, domestic violence, drugs, entertainment, rehab, women on February 26, 2011|
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Unless you deliberately try to avoid the news regarding people in the media, you have surely heard the tragic tale of actor Charlie Sheen and the downward spiral that he has been on with regards to his public displays of out of control, alleged drug use, partying, and seemingly non-sensical interviews that have Charlie Sheen appearing to bite the hand that feeds him. There have been news stories about porn stars, domestic violence, alleged drug use, drug rehab, custody issues, contract negotiations, not to mention, a forced hiatus from his television show and disgruntled co-workers.
That show, called Two and a Half Men, has stopped production on their show for the rest of the season; since Charlie has made a public statement on interviews that disparages the producers of the show, television show creator Chuck Lorre, Alcoholic Anonymous, his ex wife, and women in general. He says horribly vile things about Chuck Lorre and shows nothing but contempt for women, in my opinion, when he says things about women such as he has fame and those women have nothing and that all they will ever have is that night with him and that he will forget about them as soon as they leave. He says that he is “special” and will never be one of the AA because they are a “bootleg cult”. Seriously? Continue reading here: Write Where You Are
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Posted in accomplishments, attitude, cancer, charitable organizations, charity, chemo, children, comfort, commitment, communication, death, elderly, emotions, encouragement, expectations, Faith, family, Fear, finances, giving, grief, Heart, help, hospitals, human trafficking, Impact, kids, leadership, life, loneliness, loss, love, military, ministry, news, observations, of connections, prayer, tagged Bibles, cancer, charity, chemo, children, crime, death, encouraging, evangelizing, Faith, Friends Like Us, fundraising, God, Haiti, helping others, hostage, human trafficking, Impact, Jesus, Layers of Love, Live Sticky, ministry, missions, murder, outreach, poverty, prayer, preaching, relationships, spirituality, Sticky Jesus, supporting, teaching, teddy bears, yacht on February 23, 2011|
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People do many things, for the love of God. There are those who feel that they have a specific calling in their lives to live and accomplish a great mission, or purpose. I’d like to underscore that by saying that we each have been born to praise God; and, to do the great commission which is; to bring the “good news” of Jesus, God’s son, to those who do not know him so that they may have an opportunity to accept him as Lord and Savior of their lives. By doing so, and repenting of their sins…committing their days and nights to living according to the word of God and it’s instructions; they will be used by God to accomplish many things in their lifetime.
I believe that just being aware of the world around you and noticing where the acceptance of God is lacking and doing your best to be of service in some way; of bringing a light or help to those who are in need, is a ministry itself. Some have a pull on their hearts to teach, preach, do missions work, or evangelize. There are others who are drawn to a particular effort of outreach which may be to take Bibles into areas of the world which have little or no access to the word. Then again, there are those with an online ministry to edify or build up disciples such as the Live Sticky movement which encourages people to spend a portion of their online time being dedicated to bringing awareness of God to those that they impact. These are all ministries that are needed. To continue reading click here: Write Where You Are
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