We have a new radio spot being featured on Oklahoma City’s KMGL 104.1 “Ignite Sunday” morning show, this Sunday.
These spots will feature excerpts from my latest book, Recovering Hypocrite. You can listen to it below.
If you aren’t in the Oklahoma City area, I wanted you to be able to hear it.
I will be producing a new one every week, for the next few weeks. If you work in radio (or know anyone who does, that would be interested in using them) please feel free to do so.
Upcoming Book Signing
I have been invited, with a few other authors, to participate in a book signing.
It happens this coming Saturday (Jan. 17th), from 3-5pm in OKC, at the Full Circle Bookstore.
This Christmas, I wanted to surprise Susan and my boys, by building two Christmas gifts for them. I wanted to attempt to build a kitchen island and a skateboard ramp. (the skateboard ramp was not for Susan)
It was during the building process that God really showed me something.
The build was taking place in my friend, Robert Moore’s shop. Robert and I stood in his shop, he listened to my thoughts about what I wanted to build. We then scribbled them out on paper, figured out our dimensions, what all we’d need and how much the materials would cost.
After purchasing the needed materials, we began work on the two projects.
It took a couple of weeks, of me sneaking down to Roberts and working on the things, to get them done before Christmas. But during the process, God revealed to me more about the power of our thoughts and what else is needed to ever see our our thoughts (or ideas) become a reality.
Here’s a video I shot about the experience, where I share what else is needed to see our thoughts become a reality.
Lately, I’ve been thinking and talking about the power of our thoughts. As well, how important it is that we “take captive our thoughts” and transform our minds from focusing on negative things and replacing them with a positive mindset. You can see a few videos I’ve shot on the subject, on my Facebook page, here.
The fact is, so many of us have allowed ourselves (more specifically) our minds, to be transformed from a positive outlook to a negative one. Not that we are constantly a negative person. But with the bombardment of media influences, social media topics, political discussions, life experiences, etc. many of us have allowed ourselves to become more negative focused than positive.