Hi Moms. Could you help me by answering these two quick questions? Please comment below or email me at DaleMWilsher@gmail.com. How would it help you to understand your personality as a mom? How would understanding your signature strengths help you love and serve your family better? Thanks!
Have you signed up to be a part of the MOM NETWORK yet? If not, let me tell you all about it. In 2 weeks, on Monday October 9, we are bringing together a group of women, called the MOM NETWORK, to create a community around a topic important to moms, to share our experiences, to reflect on important questions, to set goals and commit to actions toward abundant life. All during naptime. We are going to provide wisdom to navigate your daily challenges as a mom. show you how to build deeper friendships and healthier connections with family and friends. give you ways to build your faith and learn to hear from God. help you with common mom struggles […]
How’d you score on last week’s Personal Growth quiz? Take it here, if you haven’t already. To be honest, most of us don’t score very high. In a world that is chaotic, confusing, and overwhelming, it’s not easy to live intentionally and with great clarity. Not many of know what our strengths are although we are certain of our weaknesses. I have yet to meet a person that is free from their inner critic voice. And almost every one of my clients has wanted help understanding their mission and purpose. Research shows that at least 60% of Christians don’t know their purpose or their calling. In my experience that number is much higher. If you are feeling brave and curious, […]Check-up, children, christian, Family of Orign, Friendships, Life Coaching, Marriage, parenting, Quiz, Relationship, Spouse
Did you get married? That’s the question one of my former clients asked me today when she saw my name change on Facebook. The answer is No. I didn’t get married. Instead I’m continuing my family legacy, going back to my southern roots and returning to my maiden name, Wilsher. For the first 23 years of my life my name was Dale Wilsher (check out the bell in those bottoms) and now at age 50, I am Dale Wilsher once again. My daughters are all in favor of the change and I am ready for it too. You see, for me, even though our Wilsher family has a rich heritage, I no longer let my […]maiden name, name
Do you ever put things off? Avoid hard discussions? Delay your responsibilities? Even though we don’t want to, we all procrastinate at one time or another because we are either tired, distracted, busy or all of the above. Sometimes we are just plain lazy. Parenting is hard and requires great effort that we can’t always muster up, but the Bible has strong words for us about procrastination in James 4:17 when he warns “Anyone who knows the good he ought to do and doesn’t do it, sins.” Read more about the reasons for procrastination and the strategies that can help at http://www.1corinthians13parenting.com/overcoming-procrastination-parent/christian parenting, clutter, disorganized, organization, procrastination
Hi everyone! If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the pressures of Christmas, check out my interview on the Channel Mom radio show on Friday, Dec. 11th @ 1PM & Sat. Dec. 12th @ 7AM & 2:30PM on KRKS, FM 94.7. We talk about the voices of Christmas past, present, and future that create a picture of the holiday season we SHOULD have and how to choose the Christmas that God wants. Merry Christmas!!!channel mom, christmas, krks, should
Hi everyone! Usually when I speak it’s for a select audience ie. a specific church or a specific MOPS group, and they provide the guest list. But in a couple of months I will be speaking at a women’s event, the Women of Worship 2015 Fall Retreat, up in beautiful Estes Park that is open to all AND YOU ARE INVITED. The theme for the weekend will be SET APART, Living for Christ, and will be filled with learning, laughter, fun, girl time, worship and solitude with the Lord. The WOW worship retreat will be filled with personal moments sure to send every attendee home changed and seeking deeper intimacy with Christ. I will be sharing the stage with Kathy Cordell. Here’s a little bit about […]
What do a golden retriever, Charlie Brown, and Obi-wan Kenobi have in common? They are all Peaceful Phlegmatics-the nice guys and girls and dogs. They are supportive, friendly and loyal. They are steady, considerate and solid. They are introverted and private, but thoughtful and caring. Peaceful Phlegmatics are also known as the Watchers. When asked if they want to participate in an activity you may hear my daughter’s favorite phrase, “I’m going to take a hard pass” because they would rather watch than do. Of course they would say it very nicely. While the Choleric is a Doer, the Sanguine is a Talker, and the Melancholy is a Thinker, Phlegmatics prefer to hang back and observe. One […]