Serve With Generosity

Jennifer and I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Kent Julian at www.LiveItForward.com Show up and Shine blog. Thanks, Kent, for letting us be a part of your team. You are AWESOME!!!

SHOW UP AND SHINE Questions:

If you boiled life down to one philosophy that brings meaning and adds value to your life no matter what circumstances you face, what is that philosophy for you?

Jennifer: I was created by God, therefore, I matter. I have faith that Jesus is my Savior and because of His death on the cross, I do not have to live under the guilt of my sin. I have the power, authority, and privilege of talking to God, and I have real hope that will not disappoint in the end.

Jonathan: I am at my best when I help others to be their best. How can I serve someone and help them be their best? Maybe it’s a word of encouragement or maybe a brainstorming session. Maybe it’s connecting them to someone else they need on their team.

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Remember the ALAMO

That's me in a genuine 'coon skin hat just like my great, great, great, great, great granddaddy, Davy Crockett once wore.

That’s me in a gen-u-wine ‘coon skin hat just like my great, great, great, great, great granddaddy, Davy Crockett once wore.

In Texas there is a famous battle cry that inspires people to this day, “Remember the Alamo.” Whether you’re a Texan, or from someplace else, you know that the Alamo represents brave men fighting for independence. You also know that it represents that sometimes in life defeat comes before victory.

My family has a special connection with Texas history and the Alamo. I am a direct descendant of Davy Crockett (he’s my great, great, great, great, great grandfather).

Today, “Remember the Alamo” is still significant. For me, “Remember the ALAMO” means:

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