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What Are We Afraid Of?

146438_f260Just what are we afraid of these days? Alan Laurie writes that fear is a useful reaction in times of conflict and uncertainty. There is also destructive fear that that can stop us in our tracks. Listen, thinks, ponder and comment on today’s message. It’s subscription time! Just click the icon on the page and receive your  “Wake Up Call” in your email inbox. Share this invitation with someone else today!

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  1. constructive fear hum….I have witnessed more destructive fear… I like that “if God didn’t give it to you don’t use it” this has made me think though bishop…what are my fears..initially I though I had none but on further examination fears are a reality….I fear my grandchildren growing up in a heartless society….my body breaking down under constant stress and not enough rest…and there are other things…but I refuse to allow my fear to grow larger than my faith.

    Lord Bless the visionary of “This is your wake up call on line” I pray that one day even us little small churches will be blessed by her presence. I know that you are able. and I trust that you will keep her and continuously bless her faithfulness. Thank you for waking me from my periodic slumber over the years. Amen!

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Mornings can be challenging! There are loud alarms, buzzers and ring tones that can be hazardous to your sanity. They are however, a necessary means to rise and shine on time.

There is the dressing and pressing your way through a morning matrix that includes but is not limited to becoming conscious, coherent and centered before facing rush hour, co-workers, neighbors, public transportation, meetings, reports, housework, kids, car pools, schedules, assorted personalities who live with or near you and breakfast. What’s breakfast?! It is just so much to do in so little time.

A great way to start your day is with a spiritual wake up call. This Is Your Wake Up Call is a stimulus package of word, wit and wisdom. It is delivered on line straight to the heart, mind and soul to help jump start your day.

VISION

To use the technology of the present age to reach, teach, and make disciples through a continued digital ministry of God’s Word, witness and wisdom

The message of Matthew 28: 19-20 is to go, make disciples and teach.

MISSION

Create an on-line Internet community through a series of meditations, sermons, thoughts, quotes and commentary from diverse sources that inspire and inform. Daily messages that touch lives, encourage hearts, renew minds and stimulate conversation that lead to positive and productive action.

The message of Proverbs 3: 6 is to seek God’s will in all you do and God will show you which path to take.

CONCEPT

All people learn in different ways and at a different pace. This is your wake call on line pod cast series presents information in three formats: Listen, Watch and Read.

The end result is to lead people through the open doors of God’s love to empowered authentic living. Help them to discover the courage to act, the commitment to complete their God-give assignments and walk in divine favor in unfavorable situations.

“Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers.”

Galatians 6: 10

This Is Your Wake Up Call online is a daily series that can help you and others face the day with faith, hope, courage and confidence. Hopefully there sill be a laugh or two along the way!

This podcast series is also a two-way street. You have a daily opportunity to share your thoughts, comments, favorite scriptures, books and life strategies. You will be able to sign up for special activities such as our Lenten Daniel Fast, Cross to Pentecost journal, or purchase books, CD or DVD’s on line.

Let’s journey together to see where to the Lord leads us!

Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie
Chief Inspiration Officer
www.thisisyourwakeupcallonline.com

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