Press On! Webzine — Spring 2014

pressonspring2014coverThe beginning of a season change in our lives may be difficult as we move into unfamiliar territory. Whether it is a relation-ship, birth of a child, death of a loved one, new job/career, or empty nest syndrome, it’s new to us, and we don’t know what to do without God’s help. There are things He tells us to do to prepare for our new season. Therefore, as we celebrate the six-year anniversary of Press On! Webzine, I’ve included articles to build and fortify our foundation so we will be prepared for wherever God is about to take us.

Many of us have busy schedules and the article, “The Basics,” gives tips on how to carve out daily time to ensure we spend time with God. “A Personal Commitment Created Results” is Pastor Bert Pretorius’ testimony of how a carpet installer, introduced his family to Jesus when he was five-years-old. And “A 30-Second Elevator Pitch to Share the Gospel” includes a quick way to share the Gospel when time is of the essence, how to create your pitch, and a video presentation.

I’ve also included a devotional, “Are You Shortening Your Child’s Life?” that reminds parents that their children could one day mimic their actions, and when it is reversed, it can look disrespectful. “My Testimony – “Scandal” is my experience watching the popular television show starring Kerry Washington, and “Get Him out of Your Man Space” shares how we may be un-knowingly running away potential suitors.

These are just a few articles in this issue. Go to The beginning of a season change in our lives may be difficult as we move into unfamiliar territory. Whether it is a relation-ship, birth of a child, death of a loved one, new job/career, or empty nest syndrome, it’s new to us, and we don’t know what to do without God’s help. There are things He tells us to do to prepare for our new season. Therefore, as we celebrate the six-year anniversary of Press On! Webzine, I’ve included articles to build and fortify our foundation so we will be prepared for wherever God is about to take us.

Many of us have busy schedules and the article, “The Basics,” gives tips on how to carve out daily time to ensure we spend time with God. “A Personal Commitment Created Results” is Pastor Bert Pretorius’ testimony of how a carpet installer, introduced his family to Jesus when he was five-years-old. And “A 30-Second Elevator Pitch to Share the Gospel” includes a quick way to share the Gospel when time is of the essence, how to create your pitch, and a video presentation.

I’ve also included a devotional, “Are You Shortening Your Child’s Life?” that reminds parents that their children could one day mimic their actions, and when it is reversed, it can look disrespectful. “My Testimony – “Scandal” is my experience watching the popular television show starring Kerry Washington, and “Get Him out of Your Man Space” shares how we may be un-knowingly running away potential suitors.

These are just a few articles in this issue. Go to www.pressonwebzine.com to download the Spring 2014 issue of Press On! Webzine. Thank you for reading and sharing Press On! Webzine. Don’t forget to e-mail me your comments because I love reading them.

Take care. Phenola

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About pressonwebzine

Phenola Moore writes blogs on www.pressonwebzine.wordpress.com, she is the author of a digital book of poems, "Reveal the Real You Poetry Collection" and you can access pass issues of her online magazine, "Press On! Webzine," www.pressonwebzine.com. She has a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in English with a minor in Journalism from the University of Maryland University College. Follow her on Twitter @pressonwebzine.
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