Mike Lee is the founder and former president of Independence Consulting and former president of North Highland Worldwide Consulting. With significant experience leading high-level consulting firms, this is the third business he has helped build.
His book, “The Guided Journey,” offers hope and a plan for those who feel like they’re stuck in a rut at work. He recounts his own fascinating first-person story, which is encouraging and instructional all by itself. But, then, at the end of each chapter, he offers questions and thought-provoking exercises that bring focus to the process of finding purpose and calling in this one life we have all been given.
A passionate lover of Jesus, Penelope Kaye makes her home in Montana. A teacher who loves to write, she has managed to combine both throughout her life.
Poetry, picture books, biblical fiction, newspaper columns, devotionals as well as non-fiction spiritual growth and warfare manuals demonstrate the variety of her craft.
Pamela Bates and Paula Patty are the co-authors of "The Most Amazing Harvest: A Viral Love Story."
It's a true story of a community of people coming together for a fellow farmer, not expecting anything in return.
We guarantee you will be moved by this story!
The Jonas family is a God-loving, hard-working, ever-learning family that seeks to honor Jesus in all that they do. We began Goat Milk Stuff to share the goodness of goat milk with others and to provide an environment where the children could learn to be entrepreneurs.
As the children and Goat Milk Stuff have grown, they've been able to watch all of these goals come to fruition. The Jonas’ have a very simple philosophy when it comes to parenting and educating children. It can be summed up as follows:
***Everything is a God issue and a learning opportunity (including making and selling goat milk soap).
***Hard work builds character which is an essential ingredient to a successful life.
***Each of our children are unique individuals with unique strengths and weaknesses and are raised as individuals.
***The family unit is a team and we all are sometimes called to sacrifice for the team.