The Happiness Advantage The Happiness Project Hardwiring Happiness Positive Intelligence These are all titles of books on my bookshelf because 1. I’m into positivity, 2. I’ve needed help to overcome negativity and 3. because happiness is trending these days. Currently there are over 40,000 books about happiness listed on Amazon. The fact that I only have four makes me feel a little less like a junkie. Positivity is a brain thing. It’s about changing the way you habitually think. When Isaiah says, God’s “thoughts are not your thoughts,” (Isaiah 55:8) he wasn’t kidding. More often than not, your thoughts are nowhere near God’s thoughts, because His thoughts are higher, superior, and absolutely beyond you. […]Read More
"I'll have what she's having..." Spend 5 minutes with Dale and you'll want what she has.
Dale’s own courageous faith journey has taken her beyond the pride of good-girl behavior, unhealthy emotional patterns and difficult family dynamics. The result? She gets it, and connects with women through authenticity, wisdom and humor.
And without all the pretense. No pretty packaging. No performing. No perfection.
Dale goes straight to the core of what women really want and need. She inspires them to own their weaknesses and embrace their need for God. She motivates them to be their best, stewarding their gifts and talents to display the heart of God to others. She shows women their purpose and empowers them to live free. Free from guilt and expectations. Free from striving and negative thought patterns. Free to live in the unconditional love that has been theirs all along.
The scariest movie that I can remember from my childhood was the 1979 thriller, When a Stranger Calls. It wasn’t the storyline that made the movie so memorable since it followed the classic pattern of a girl stalked by some crazy killer. Nothing new there. What haunted me about this flick was the closing line. Before we go any further, I need to point out that cell phones did not exist in 1979. We had something called home phones, known today as landlines. If you were lucky you had the modern push button feature, but us average folks had to endure the rotary (dial up) phone, aka slow as sludge. Back to the story. In the final scene of […]Read More
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Dale continues to amaze me every time I hear her speak. Her topics are fresh, inspiring and provoke change and personal growth. I am forever grateful for her wisdom, talent and commitment to teachings that are rooted in Christ.