Valentine’s Day: Our Super Bowl of Love

Love’s Super Bowl Oh Valentine’s Day. Even with all the coverage about the Super Bowl we just had, I could not let the week go by without saying something about Valentine’s Day. Ahhh. Love is in the air…or so we think. There are plenty of commercials for the chocolates, the flowers, the diamonds, and now the chocolate diamonds. What could be better than that? I think of Valentine’s Day like weddings. Sometimes people go all out for that Read more…

Title: Have Faith-filled Perspective

How Faith-filled Perspective Impacts Your Outcome

Faith-filled Perspective That Sees Life Restored Faith finds an opportunity to grow or die when we are faced with adversity. This day would be one of those opportunities, and a faith-filled perspective would prove critical. Jesus was crossing a lake and was met by a large crowd upon his arrival to shore. Among the people was Jairus, the leader of the local synagogue. He would have been well-known by all — a man who could Read more…

Thanks for the education!

Education (College): Haven’t done the FAFSA yet? Read this now!

It’s FAFSA time! Recently, I was in a discussion about getting kids prepared for college and FAFSA filing, when I realized that I possessed a lot of information that others could use. I had already sent one of my own kids off to college, with my second child projected to go to college in 2017. I wondered if this might be somewhat off topic for my business blog. However, Mind Activation Code is not only Read more…

We haven't learned to walk as brothers and sisters

Martin Luther King Day: Love Required

The call to love: Today we recognize the work of Martin Luther King, Jr and what he stood for in this world. He as a Christian believer and minister of the gospel chose love over hate, courage over fear, and righteousness over unrighteous culture constraints of the day. True, he was a great civil rights leader, but more than that, he was an example of the love of Christ at work. While there are still Read more…

Fruit of the Spirit

4 Keys to Peace – Key #3, Knowing God (Holy Spirit)

Jesus gives peace as he prepares to depart. Last week, we discussed Jesus on a mission to make a way for us to be restored back to a direct relationship with God. Because of God the Son, we gained salvation. We gained restoration. We gained peace in our reconciliation with God. As we grasp the fact that we can go directly to God, and that God is for us and wants to be in relationship Read more…

Christmas Time – Merry Christmas To All

It’s Christmas time! Thank you for your continued support of Mind Activation Code. I look forward to continuing the “4 Keys To Peace” series with you. There are only two more keys left to cover in the series.  I have high expectations for the year to come and hope you will sign up for the newsletter to get inspiration and updates on upcoming projects – including apps and books. As you enjoy family, gifts, and Read more…

Prince of Peace

4 Keys to Peace – Key #2, Knowing God (The Son)

Peace Enters The New Testament God being peace isn’t just an Old Testament thing. Peace continues to be a theme in the New Testament. In the New Testament, written in Greek, the word for peace is eirene. The usage of peace encompasses the same idea of a spiritual peace or well-being, but also includes restoration, reconciliation, and salvation. Because we know God is peace, we should also recognize that Jesus (God the Son) is also peace. Read more…

verse Job 22:21

4 Keys to Peace – Key #1, Knowing God (The Father)

Names matter. In the Old Testament, written in Hebrew, the word for peace is shalom. It is also in the Old Testament where we find reference to the name Yahweh Shalom (or Jehovah Shalom) which means “The Lord is Peace”. Judges 6:23-24 —But the Lord said to him, “Peace! Do not be afraid. You are not going to die.” So Gideon built an altar to the Lord there and called it The Lord Is Peace. Read more…

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