Progress before Perfection

By Adams Allison I want to encourage you in this season of great travails. The burden of the times we find ourselves in requires a great deal of discipline. Discipline to study, to research, to pray, to fast, to write and the list goes on and on. Please don’t let your limitations discourage you. If youContinue reading “Progress before Perfection”

About Discipline

By Adams Allison  Someone said, “Motivation is doing something when you feel like doing it. Discipline is doing something regardless of how you feel.” While this is true, we must all bear in mind that the end point of discipline is motivation. We start by doing things regardless of how we feel about it untilContinue reading “About Discipline”

End Time Myth Part 1

The idea that it is the end times and as such things will not get better is a growing belief system that is halting progress in people’s minds and killing their will to move civilization forward. Funny thing is, proponents don’t know the origin of this mindset. They think this belief system originates from theContinue reading “End Time Myth Part 1”

On Correcting an Erring Brother

Correcting other people’s error is a very delicate matter and requires a great deal of maturity and experience to handle. It is just like handling uranium, you don’t leave it to everyday people to handle, not even to those who know how dangerous the substance can be. In such a delicate matter, it is bestContinue reading “On Correcting an Erring Brother”

BUSINESS: How to Maximize Customer Satisfaction

Creating long lasting customer loyalty is becoming alarmingly scarce in our business environment. So what do we do if we must change that experience? Let me suggest to you the three Ts of business retention. To maximize customer satisfaction, we must DEAL in the three “T”s – Time, Treasure and Trust.

CHRONICLES OF THE KINGDOM: The Weight of the Crown

“With great power comes great responsibility.” ~William Lamb~ Rick Joyner often says that Christianity is the greatest adventure ever! It’s unfortunate though that that’s not the experience of many. I remember a colleague who professes to be Christian but drinks. When I asked him how he reconciles both his faith and his alcohol he saidContinue reading “CHRONICLES OF THE KINGDOM: The Weight of the Crown”

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