Sunday, November 30, 2014

Did God Give Me a Sign thru Radio Ministry?

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”  ― Albert Einstein 

          In listening to the radio station KJLH in LA as I do on Sundays, today while I was working on the blog for, the host Pastor Nelson said, "There's a woman who's listening right now who is working on a children's program, you just sat up when you heard me say that (and I did). God is going to bless the things you're doing in ways that will blow your mind. He's going to bless you in ways you never thought possible.  It might have to do with some government or city project but it's going to be blessed."
          I'll be honest, I used to think Pastor was way over the top which is what we need sometimes and he's also can be very general-- "Someone who's got a back pain...  you have a child that's giving you problems... your marriage is going through a rough patch..." This time he hit closer to home because I am building my projects and I am in children's programming.  I suddenly thought could he be talking to me?  Even if it's just wishful thinking I am looking forward to all the blessings God might bestow upon me, my projects and everyone involved.
         The funny thing... Although I am working hard on my projects I asked God for a sign that my leading project was going to be successful.   I guess Pastor Nelson gave me the answer.  Thanks Pastor!  :)

Disclaimer:  Not afraid to say, I believe in God or that miracles happen.  I'm a witness and a believer.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

The Youth Empowerment Tour, an Anti "Anti-Bully" Rally

Why tell kids "not to bully" when you can inspire them to be responsible for their own success?  The efforts of "anti-bullying" are well intended but start off with a negative connotation.  Let's promote positivity and expect positive activity.  Just makes good common sense.  Agree? 

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

It's About To Go Down!

My "Youth Empowerment Tour" kicks off in Mt. Vernon, New York October 15th and I am very excited to share the short film, "Playground Politix" with 6th & 7th graders.  It's important for them to learn the power of making great choices for their own success which includes choosing not to bully. Strong sense of self, confidence and courage to stand up for yourself and others are their best defense. I am looking forward to inspiring our future generation to be the best they can be.. for THEIR own good.

Doreen Spicer, Directing on the set of Playground Politix