While shooting this promo ad with the Mayor of Charlotte, Jennifer Roberts, I had the opportunity to discuss with her the different resources available for the homeless in Charlotte. As an advocate for the homeless and helping those in need, her message spoke volume. What she stands for got my attention right off the back. Find out more about her mission by clicking on the link below. Check me out at 0.09 secs. 👮♂️👮♂️https://www.facebook.com/JenRobertsNC/
Joseph’s story is the root of jealousy, envy, and pride. Eric Stender tells the story of betrayal against Joseph by those he loved the most. Joseph, who was loved dearly by his father, loved his family. His way of loving and caring for his brothers was not accepted the way he wanted it to be accepted. Instead, his brothers were jealous of the love their father gave to Joseph and felt it was more than the love they were receiving. The Joseph Perspective is written to give the perspective of not only Joseph, but also those who attempted to kill him, tried to save him, falsely accused him of a crime he didn’t commit. However, at the end the true character of Joseph, even though tested, was revealed and he became a king. Joseph’s life tells the story of what many face today when it comes to success, money, and gifts. Jealousy and envy can lead others to do the unspeakable because they fail to see the strength in themselves and focus too much on what others have. Those who suffer from the waft of others’ jealousy have a hard time understanding why it is happening to them, but despite what Joseph went through he never allowed the situation to change his character. His resilience led to him becoming a leader whose story changed the lives of others. Purchase your copy of “The Joseph Perspective,” by Eric Stender.
Chapter 6 Synopsis: Self-Love
Do we have to stop loving and pursuing Christ in order to sin? Or vise versa, do we have to be in love and pursuing Christ to not sin? We can’t do anything with Christ? To move forward in Christ, we must first give up self.
“Crazy Love” Synopsis Chapter 3: Would they forgive you?
Would you be disappointed if the person you lived the most told you that they only love you because of what you can do for them? Do we do the same to God? If you feel you have only loved God because of the things He has done for you, then the good thing is that He forgives. Can you say them same for your friends or family members? If they knew you only loved them for the things they provided for you such as food, money, or other materialistic things, would they forgive you?