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Dec 4 2019

Seeing Light Behind the Darkness

2019-12-04T10:08:40-06:00December 4th, 2019|Personal Development|

As I drove to my office to find a quiet time to write, I looked to the hills in the distance and saw a double rainbow against the horizon.  It seemed the Universe was sending a message to us all:  Behind the darkest cloud, there is always a rainbow.  That message inspired me to write [...]

Nov 20 2019

On Starting Over

2019-11-20T10:38:14-06:00November 20th, 2019|Personal Development|

I woke up a little heartbroken today. I awoke to the gravity of life-altering decisions that I’ve recently made. It’s hard to say whether those choices are right or wrong and I suppose I will never know. What is clear to me now is that I’m starting over, again. I understand that while there are [...]

Mar 29 2018

Staying Positive

2018-03-29T12:02:38-05:00March 29th, 2018|Personal Development|

At this time of the year, the various busy season deadlines, spring upon us, and new activities thrown into our schedule require increased time and effort, driving our stress level up. Here are six ideas to help maintain positivity – and even reduce the feeling of stress – that you can practice during these peak [...]

Sep 13 2017

Everyday Heroes

2017-09-13T13:54:42-05:00September 13th, 2017|Our Latest News|

Such devastation. The September 11 terrorist attack on our nation. The impact of hurricane Irma in Florida and the southeast. The mayhem left behind by hurricane Harvey in Texas. As we’ve prayed about these events this week, we have also been praying for my partner, and long-time bestie, Tamera Loerzel, as she and her family [...]

Dec 22 2016

Yet in Thy Dark Streets Shineth…

2016-12-22T14:07:24-06:00December 22nd, 2016|Personal Development|

As I sit to write this holiday post, I have to confess that I’m struggling to find my holiday cheer.  While it has been a fabulous, blessed year at ConvergenceCoaching, many of our team members are skidding in sideways on our holiday preparations.  Things feel harried.  More sobering, though, is the fact that several of [...]

Dec 7 2016

If You Can’t See It, Should You Believe It?

2016-12-07T09:48:20-06:00December 7th, 2016|Personal Development|

My oldest daughter once wrote an essay on the Holocaust book Night by Elie Wiesel.  Even though the book illustrates the hopelessness of this unspeakable event, in true form to her wonderful personality, my daughter chose the subject of faith as the basis for her essay.  Her hypothesis was, “…even when faith seems completely lost, you can [...]

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