For he gives his sunlight to both the evil and the good, and send rain on the jut and the unjust alike. – Matthew 5:45 NLT Let’s get one thing straight. You are going to have problems and likely more than one in a lifetime. God never promised anyone a life without problems. In fact, […]
“Obviously, I’m not trying to win the approval of people, but of God. If pleasing people were my goal, I would not be Christ’s servant.” – Galatians 1:10 Obviously! Paul is pretty direct in his message to those foolish Galatians. His goal is to do the will of God, regardless of what people think. That […]
Psychology Today suggests that we make about two thousand decisions an hour. Can you imagine if you prayed over every decision during the day. Your prayer life would be Ah-mazing…and you could blame God for any mistakes along the way. Woot! The reality is that we don’t pray about each one of those two thousand […]
Setting a goal because you “should” instead of focusing on what you “will” is why the train goes off the rails, spiraling you into an endless cycle of fixing life rather than living it.
“To one he gave five talents, to another two, and to another one bag — each according to his own ability.” – Matthew 25:15 This passage from Matthew 25:14-30 is known as “The Parable of the Talents.” The word “talent” is not referencing your ability to juggle eggs. A talent is a measure of mass, […]
Author and Christian Life Coach, Kamryn Adams, launches her 5th book, “Fed and Focused” How to Live on Purpose.
Christian Lifestyle Personality, Kamryn Adams, teaches us how to build a life purpose statement.
Christian Lifestyle Personality, Kamryn Adams, explores the immediate nature of change using Paul’s Damascus experience.
Life Coach and Christian Lifestyle Personality, Kamryn Adams, says not to make a New Year’s Resolution but instead choose to create an evolution that will last for many years.
Life Coach and Christian Lifestyle Personality, Kamryn Adams, says it’s ok to be mad at God with the holiday blues. Find out why…
Christian Lifestyle Personality, Kamryn Adams answers WWJD this holiday season. He would rest. Bible passages on rest.
The world has gone self-esteem, positive affirmation crazy. The self-help industry is big business. There are some gurus and some poo-poos out there. If you search Amazon.com books for “self-esteem” you find 155,148 books on the subject. Barnes & Noble shows 1780 books with “Self-Esteem” in the title. Everybody is talking about building a positive self-image […]
Philippians 4:13 is a commonly quoted verse from the Bible. It is not usually misquoted, but often taken out of context. We’ve seen this verse on t-shirts, coffee cups, license plates, etc. “I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength” (NLT). In this verse, Paul gives us the courage we need to take on […]
The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit. – Psalm 34:18 People try their best to avoid pain in life because pain is not pleasant. It is also not avoidable. If you have lived for any amount of time beyond the first few years of your life, you […]
Our reality is shaped by our perspective. Our perspective is formed by who we are and what we have experienced. One of the most powerful questions used in personal coaching is simply this: “Is that true?” Most of what we believe is not “true” but merely a version of reality that we’ve accepted based on […]
They say the best things in life are free. That is not quite true. The best things in life (family, friends, love, peace, joy) do not require us to spend money. However, there is a cost to every decision we make or do not make during our journey. The best things in life are not […]
There is a difference between being “cracked” and broken. A cracked vase can still hold a candle and shine light. A vase that is broken needs to be either fixed or thrown away. The more broken pieces the less useful the vase becomes. We are empty vases that are filled with the spirit of God. The […]
There is nothing worse than being in a situation because the decision you made was not your own. It is terrible to suffer the consequences of a decision that you were bullied into or forced into by social pressure. So you need to be wise and move through life at your own pace and […]
UPDATE: I’m still on the wagon. Delivered from the need for excess. Well, 2015 is over and so is my writing sabbatical. Last year my focus was on building ZOI Wholeness, a not-for-profit personal development firm, and to discipline myself to focus more on the needs of others. My goal for last year was […]
Learning to accept (not just tolerate) other people is a huge part of our journey to love. We have a tendency to feel like everyone (or most people) should think like us, behave like us, BE like we are. If you are a fast-paced, goal-oriented driver it takes an effort to build relationships with slower-paced, […]