Denise Miller Holmes | June 29, 2009
Savvy Article #0917
Connecting is supposed to be what Facebook is about. But, some people cheat! I went on a rant about this yesterday morning on Facebook and had a great time doing it. My rant? It was about the chickens that post nothing but enigmatic philosophical statements in their status bar.
Denise Miller Holmes | June 8, 2009
Savvy Article #0915
I bet you’ve heard this statement in more than one sermon: All we need is God. I’ve heard my friends say it, too. “I don’t need people. I only need God.”
The argument that supports this belief says that God is unfailing. People fail. God is always there. People abandon. God is trustworthy. People [...]
Denise Miller Holmes | April 20, 2009
Savvy Article #0910
We’ve seen these people before . . . these intimidators. They make themselves look big at our expense. They take advantage of our fears, steal our power, and cause us to feel defeated.
Yes, and here is a book that coaches a person on how to be just like ‘em.
Denise Miller Holmes | February 22, 2009
Savvy Article #0902
Shut up! The things I say about myself! I used to think that I had troubles with other people gossiping about me. I did, but at least that is other people. What if I am bad-mouthing myself? What if I am spreading my own bad reputation?
Denise Miller Holmes | February 10, 2009
Savvy Article #0901
Assumptions can kill you. Take, for instance, the assumption that if someone loves you, they will be kind.
There I was climbing the stairs, on my way to see someone who I anticipated would be very, very angry with me. The phone call I’d had with Amelia* had telegraphed that something was very wrong. [...]