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  • UCCFS Taught Me To Be Vulnerable

    UCCFS Taught Me To Be Vulnerable

    Founder/NP:

    I was REALLY blessed by things I learned at the UCCFS conference last week that I've incorporated some of it into my facilitation today here at work. I'm facilitating a class to our upper leadership on the fundamentals of being a leader at Southwest Airlines.  One of the key points that I touched on was being vulnerable, and how it's OKAY to be transparent and admit our faults as leaders. We most often mask ourselves, but it's okay to show the REAL skin that we're in.  I learned this lesson from you during your presentation at the conference, and found myself teaching on it today. The topic came up, and I totally went in for the kill. During a break, one of the leaders approached me and asked if I were a licensed minister. Just wanted to again let you know how much you blessed us last week. The lessons learned are continuing and being pasted on! Much love.

    Thank YOU!!

    Carmen Foy
    Epsilon Omega Chapter
    Delta Psi Epsilon Christian Sorority, Inc.

    Senior Instructor, Leadership & Employee Training
    Southwest Airlines University

  • UCCFS Taught Me To Be Vulnerable

    UCCFS Taught Me To Be Vulnerable

    Founder/NP:

    I was REALLY blessed by things I learned at the UCCFS conference last week that I've incorporated some of it into my facilitation today here at work. I'm facilitating a class to our upper leadership on the fundamentals of being a leader at Southwest Airlines.  One of the key points that I touched on was being vulnerable, and how it's OKAY to be transparent and admit our faults as leaders. We most often mask ourselves, but it's okay to show the REAL skin that we're in.  I learned this lesson from you during your presentation at the conference, and found myself teaching on it today. The topic came up, and I totally went in for the kill. During a break, one of the leaders approached me and asked if I were a licensed minister. Just wanted to again let you know how much you blessed us last week. The lessons learned are continuing and being pasted on! Much love.

    Thank YOU!!

    Carmen Foy
    Delta Psi Epsilon Christian Sorority, Inc.
    Director of Training - Southwest Airlines (Dallas, TX)

  • Thank You for UCCFS, ANQ and Ted Talks

    Thank You for UCCFS, ANQ and Ted Talks

    "Hi Nat'l Prez!!! I never said thank you for the opportunity to speak. I really appreciate it! This was an out pouring experience for me. Ever since I was younger I had visions of me speaking in front of people. Every time that I had those visions I couldn't believe that it was me because it's the complete opposite of who I think that I am.  I'm very quiet and I'm introverted. But, on that day when I spoke I became that person in my visions. I was that person with confidence and not worried what people thought about me. That is why I said this was an out pouring experience for me because God turned me over and He  Poured Me Out and I know that when God pours me out  something pure comes out of me. ANQ is helping in developing me to be who I'm called to be. So, thank you Nat'l Prez for being led by the Holy Spirit and letting God use you as a vessel in choosing me to speak! I love you so much and I thank God for you being in my life!

    Cheri Glover
    Alpha Nu Omega, Inc.
    -Nu~Aaa

  • All God Requires is...

    All God Requires is...

    If you are a young man or young woman hooked on dissent or despair, ready to split, then lend me your attention. My answer concerns your dreams, and the element in your make-up called “faith.” All that God requires of anyone in taking his first step toward Him and toward total self-fulfillment is faith—faith in His Word, that teaches that God loves you and that you were alienated from Him by sin, that Jesus Christ died on the cross for you, that when you make a personal surrender to Him as Lord and Savior, He can transform you from the inside out.

    Willie Comer

  • It's His Grace

    Its His Grace

    Let us face this fact: We came into the world with nothing, and we will leave it with nothing. Where do we get the notion that man’s idea of success and God’s are the same? You have written a book; you are a clever manager and promoter; you are a talented artist; you are independently rich; you have achieved fame and fortune. Without the gifts of intelligence, imagination, personality, and physical energy—which are all endowed by God—where would you be? Are we not born poor? Do we not die poor? And would we not be poor indeed without God’s infinite mercy and love?

    We came out of nothing; and if we are anything, it is because God is everything. If He were to withhold His power for one brief instant from us, if He were to hold in check the breath of life for one moment, our physical existence would shrivel into nothingness, and our souls would be whisked away into an endless eternity. Those who are poor in spirit recognize their creatureliness and their sinfulness—but more, they are ready to confess their sins and renounce them.

    Willie Comer

  • #TBT

    #TBT

    First UCCFS conference in NC (2007)

  • Remember Jesus

    Set aside today to remember the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. We don't mourn as others do at death because we know Christ crucified is Christ resurrected.

    This mornings devotion is one of resurrected hope in Jesus.
    It was the fact of the resurrection of Christ that called the disciples to go out as burning young revolutionaries to change the world of their day. They preached that Christ is alive. This should be our message, not only on Easter, but on every day of the year

    Read
    1 Corinthians 15:13-20

  • Tame It

    One day away from Resurrection Sunday. Get ready! Here is this mornings devotion.

    Tame It!

    You have a temper! There is nothing unique about that. Most people have tempers, in varying degrees, of course. God does not ask that you get rid of that temper. But He does say that if you are to be happy, it must be brought under control and rechanneled to proper use. God cannot use a man without a temper as well as one with a controlled temper. Too many professed Christians never get “wrought up” about anything; they never get indignant with injustice, with corruption in high places, or with the godless traffics which barter away the souls and bodies of men.

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