Timeless truths from #Madea on People, Relationships and Life.

Some people are for a REASON, Some for a SEASON and Some for a LIFETIME. Don’t mix them up and mess things up.

Some people are LEAVES, Some are BRANCHES, Some are ROOTS.

On relationships and marriage:
You can not marry SEASONAL folks and expect a LIFETIME of happiness and peace.

Fix You First!

Love who you are and are becoming.

Sometimes you’ve gotta hear these truths again in a different format. Listen to this clip, classic!

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10203131181229066&id=1492991439

Timeless truths from #Madea on People, Relationships and Life.

Some people are for a REASON, Some for a SEASON and Some for a LIFETIME. Don’t mix them up and mess things up.

Some people are LEAVES, Some are BRANCHES, Some are ROOTS.

On relationships and marriage:
You can not marry SEASONAL folks and expect a LIFETIME of happiness and peace.

Fix You First!

Love who you are and are becoming.

Sometimes you’ve gotta hear these truths again in a different format. Listen to this clip, classic!

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10203131181229066&id=1492991439

Timeless truths from #Madea on People, Relationships and Life.

Some people are for a REASON, Some for a SEASON and Some for a LIFETIME. Don’t mix them up and mess things up.

Some people are LEAVES, Some are BRANCHES, Some are ROOTS.

On relationships and marriage:
You can not marry SEASONAL folks and expect a LIFETIME of happiness and peace.

Fix You First!

Love who you are and are becoming.

Sometimes you’ve gotta hear these truths again in a different format. Listen to this clip, classic!

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10203131181229066&id=1492991439

Relationship Matters Podcast, Now Available. Subscribe Now

The "Relationship Matters" Podcast is now available as a phone app (Apple & Android) for easy use.

New episodes will be available starting September 2014 and you definitely don’t

Ok so here’s what you have to do -

Go to this mobile site: <a href="http://podcast">http://relationshipmatters.podbean.com/mobile/</a>

At the bottom of the screen (you) the user will be able to click the "Quick Launch" icon. Once you’ve done this it will add the podcast channel (Relationship Matters) to your phone’s home screen and appear as an App.

Open the app daily, as often as you want and listen to different episodes, insights, sermons, interviews and much more.

Just in case, if you have any difficulties downloading the app please email the Media Team here: media@flofalayi.org.

Happy Listening.

PS: Do spread the news to your friends and respective social networks.

“I SEE OUR CHILDREN AS KITES” #poem

Children as Kites
Children as Kites

This is for every parent, care giver as school resumes for the new  school year…

 

“You spend a lifetime trying to get them off the ground.
You run with them until you’re both breathless…

they crash…
you add a longer tail…
they hit the rooftop…

You pluck them out of the spouting…
you patch and comfort, adjust and teach .

You watch them lifted by the wind and assure them that someday they’ll fly.

Finally, they’re airborne, but they need more string and with each twist of the ball of twine, there is a sadness that goes with the joy, because the kite becomes more distant and somehow you know

it won’t be long before this beautiful creature will snap the lifeline binding you together and soar as it was meant to soar…free and alone.” - Erma Bombeck  

 

 

 

 

 

How Women Can Make Church a Safe Place for Men

An interesting piece in Charisma and certain to garner diverse reactions and perhaps frank, honest dialogue. Let me know your thoughts.
“How women can make church a safe place for men” by Dannah Gresh

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The article starts by stating categorically that when women dress provocatively they dishonor God and display a lack of regard for His holiness. In addition, become a distraction for our brothers in Christ.

Don’t leave yet, read on…please.

The author continued…”I’d been traveling all weekend, and my flight from California to the East Coast got in at midnight. All I wanted to do was go home, drop my suitcases and hit the sack. But the story my husband had waiting for me made me drop my jaw and want to hit—well, not the sack! “She was just visiting our church service this morning,” he began haltingly. He didn’t notice her at first, he said. But then came “greeting time.” Bob, I’d like you to meet John’s cousin,” a friend said as he introduced her.

That’s when my husband’s mind began to whirl. He’d heard about her. She was the one with the perfect—well, let’s just say she qualified to be a fitting model for Victoria’s Secret.”

Ok HOLD ON! The questions on my my mind are many, especially these three: 

  1. Is it fair for only the women to take on this burden?
  2. Aren’t men also responsible here? 
  3. What does making the church safer mean? 

Ok, here are some scary statistics: According to Christian psychologist, Mark Laaser about 30 percent of Christian pastors and leaders struggle with pornography.

  • Think about that for a moment, 1/3 of leaders suffer from pornography!!!
  • And consider this as well, “Among Christian men in general, more than 60 percent are estimated to struggle with continual sexual compulsions of some type.”  The scary truth is that these figures are even conservative.

Ok, go on and read this article and let me know what you think. CLICK HERE : http://www.charismamag.com/life/women/9703-how-women-can-make-church-a-safe-place-for-men

Sincerely,
@PstFlo


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