Blogs and Resources


  • 7 Lessons Steve Harvey Taught Us

    Steve Harvey was not a name that a lot of people knew before today. In fact, I don’t think this many people have ever remembered the name of a pageant host ever. As famous as Harvey is right now, I’m not so sure if he or anyone else around thinks that’s a good thing. When…

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  • How to Believe God for the Impossible

    I recently sat down with some men who are part of my discipleship group over coffee, and our conversation found its way to the topic of faith. One of my friends made a comment about how he had always looked up to me for living a life of faith, to believe God for the impossible…

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  • How to Stay Away from the Love of Money

    There was once a businessman by the name of Robert G. LeTourneau, one of the most decorated heavy machinery inventors in history. RG LeTourneau started off terribly as a businessman, getting into gambling and drinking at an early age. By 28, his business was under $5,000 in debt (this was back in the 1900s). At…

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  • The 3 Most Important Lessons I Learned in 3 Years of Being a Dad

    It was a bright and sunny afternoon, but all I wanted deep down inside was to be in the same dark gloomy room as my wife. I paced back and forth for what seemed like eternity, when it was actually just under thirty minutes. I was sweating and my heart pounding heavily. Might sound like…

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  • What Happens When Leaders Ask For Special Treatment

    If you ask someone who wants to be a leader why they want position, there will always be those who will want leadership because of the perks that come along with it. The pay grade, the office, the power, the exposure.

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  • Why I Didn’t Change My Profile Picture to One With the French Flag

    Last weekend, the world received horrible news. The most romantic place on earth became the most feared one for a couple of hours. By now, we should all have heard how Paris was attacked by terrorists resulting to over a hundred forty casualties.

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  • What To Do When Facing a Financial Crisis

    There are three things that give a leader a platform to effectively carry a team: Vision, charisma and resources. I remember that in one of my classes back in school of ministry, Pastor Joey Bonifacio taught us that there are three questions leaders should always answer.

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  • 10 Dos and Dont’s For This Halloween

    The topic about whether Christians should or should not celebrate Halloween has been a long and controversial one. It’s been a long and rather inconclusive debate.

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  • How to Come Out a Winner in the Midst of Failure

    A Global Coaching Study in 2012 found that the estimated global revenue from coaching people how to become successful amounted to be almost $2 billion annually. That money is two times bigger than the whole GDP of the nation of India.

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  • Victory Blog Roll – The Holy Spirit

    This week, our blog roll group features posts around the topic of the Holy Spirit. As Victory just started a series on understanding the work and the person of the Holy Spirit, here are some posts that will help you understand the Holy Spirit and how He works in our lives.

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