Stepping into your Purpose

STEP PURPOSE-PMSQHave you asked yourself why we were born? Do you believe we are born with a purpose?

Stepping into your life’s purpose can be the greatest time of your life and yet also the hardest. Many of us spend our entire life looking for the purpose of life. Life can be like the seasons, bright and sunny or dark and cloudy. You can easily miss your purpose if you ignore what your Creator has called for you to do.

Many events in life can be overwhelming causing you to feel weak and helpless. However, you have to find power in your weakness. You can rise above the fear, pain, and brokenness to renew yourself and others into filling your purpose.

Always look at the bigger vision. Sometimes you must deny yourself and help others to elevate to serve their purpose. Are you living a saved life, or a called life? It’s now up to you, to decide how to fulfill your purpose in life.

#PURPOSE “You were made with a Purpose in mind, and for a specific Purpose”.

Post by Len Thicklin




This weekend is Mother’s Day! Many of us will be celebrating this joyful day by reflecting or spending time with our mothers. I am thinking about the things that made my mother a great mom and all the unique qualities she possessed.

Most of us get our perspectives when choosing a mate, through the experience and relationships we had, or have with our mothers. In our eyes, our mothers are perfect, and good or bad, we use our mother as the standard when choosing a mate.

A good mother makes every effort to ensure their kids are happy, learning and creates a safe positive environment for the home and family.

It is believed what make a great mother come from the pressure of our communities and society as a whole, and the experiences and memories we have with our own parents, and through the expectations of friends and family.

Mothers’ day is a day to reflect on all the good and happy times we had growing up under the watchful eyes of our mothers. Happy Mother’s Day!

Mothers will…

  • Love her children unconditionally
  • Always does what is best for her child
  • Always puts her child’s needs before her own
  • Makes every effort to be around her child
  • Feel happy and overjoyed every time she looks at her child

If you still have your mother tell her how much you love her!

Post By Len Thicklin


Revenge “Hold out for Love”

WaterRock-SPMWhy do we seek revenge?

When a person or a situation make you feel slighted or disrespected, we often feel motivated to strike back or get even. We want to take matters into our on hands to seek revenge. In most people, there are two schools of thought on revenge. The Bible, in Exodus 21:23, instructs us to “give life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot” to punish an offender. But more than 2,000 years later, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., responded, “The old law of ‘an eye for an eye’ leaves everybody blind.”

The thoughts behind revenge, depends on where you stand. Your thought generally depends on who and where you are in life. If you’re a power-seeker, revenge can serve to remind others you’re not to be trifled with. If you live in a society where the rule of law is weak, revenge provides a way to keep order.

But revenge comes at a price. Instead of helping you to move on with your life, it can leave you dwelling on the situation and remaining unhappy, while leaving you stuck in the past.

If you are considering revenge, it is a very natural human response to feeling slighted, but if you want to move forward in life you have to find another way to handle life’s unpleasantness. The easiest way to do this is to love, forgive and just let it go.

Len Thicklin