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“How to Find Joy amid Trials and Tribulations”
April 9th, 2024
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“Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds,” Originally Published on https://www.becomingbridgebuilders.org/blog Continue Reading

April 9th, 2024
“How to Reconnect with Inactive Members and Revitalize Your Community”
April 3rd, 2024
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Today, it seems inconceivable that a store would not be open seven days a week to attract more customers. Despite over 1,300 stores in 37 states, Chik-fil-A, a fast-food chain specializing in chicken meals, is closed on Sunday. “Our decision to close on Sunday was our way of honoring God and focusing our attention on things more important than our business,” said Truett Cathy, its founder. If it took seven days to make a living with a restaurant, we needed to be in another line of work. Even though some argue that a restaurant doesn't need a Sabbath, its employees do-meaning... Continue Reading

April 3rd, 2024
“Uncovering the Power of Networking: Tips for Finding Hidden Gems at Events”
March 28th, 2024
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, Unlocking the doors to professional growth and career advancement involves the strategic use of networking. Connecting with peers, mentors, and industry leaders can significantly impact your career, offering new opportunities, insights, and support systems. Attending networking events is crucial for broadening your professional connections, uncovering new opportunities, and staying updated with industry trends. In this article, courtesy of Becoming Bridge Builders, you will discover the most effective ways to find these valuable networking events that could be pivotal in your career. Crafting... Continue Reading

March 28th, 2024
Behind the Scenes of “Pastor’s Kid” Crafting Connection and Redemption
March 15th, 2024
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In a world saturated with content that often overlooks the nuanced realities of faith and personal struggle, Emmy-winning director and cinematographer Benjamin Ironside Coppin, alongside the insightful Courtney, offers a breath of fresh air through their candid conversation on our podcast. They share their individual journeys toward self-acceptance and discuss the upcoming release of their film, “Pastor’s Kid: The Movie,” a narrative that dares to delve into the complexity of faith and the human condition. Benjamin and Courtney begin their discussion with personal anecdotes... Continue Reading

March 15th, 2024
Building Inclusive Professional Communities with Guidance from Juan Taveras
March 11th, 2024
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Creating inclusive workplaces that are psychologically safe and utilize diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) strategies effectively is not just a trend, but it’s an imperative for modern businesses. In our podcast, Juan Taveras, an HR and DEI consultant, outlines the transformative power of inclusivity in the workplace. Our conversation centered on Juan’s Dominican roots and upbringing in New York City. These experiences deeply influenced him in his approach to DEI, which emphasizes the importance of valuing each individual’s unique perspective. In Juan’s personal... Continue Reading

March 11th, 2024
“Crafting Organizational Culture: A Guide to Building a Positive Environment”
February 20th, 2024
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“If you do not have trusting teams, you have a group of people showing up to work lying, hiding, and faking.” Simon Sinek Simon uses the example of a worker who loved his job. He asked why he loved his job because his supervisor always checked in on him. Also, at the same worker’s other job, his boss would check in to ensure the job was being done correctly, and if it weren’t, he would be sternly corrected. The second supervisor failed to create a safe, trusting working environment. A message was sent to employees that if they screw up, they’ll be fired. Employees... Continue Reading

February 20th, 2024
Finding God in the Pain
February 13th, 2024
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One person was killed in a shooting Sunday at Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas. Every time one of these hideous events occurs, a debate over gun control breaks out in our country.  Well, I won’t be participating in that discussion. In addition, there is the question of faith, “Where was God? The question seems to be backward, and I believe it is designed to serve evil’s agenda. God’s very nature is undermined by sinful acts like this and others.  The purpose of today’s article is to discuss God’s image. Martin Luther replied to why God created man knowing... Continue Reading

February 13th, 2024
“3 Tips for Crafting an Impactful Digital First Impression”
February 12th, 2024
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  In a letter to the editor, a churchgoer complained that going to church every Sunday made no sense. The letter reads:  “I’ve gone to church for 30 years now. In that time, I have heard something like 3,000 sermons. But for the life of me, I can’t remember a single one of them. So, I think I’m wasting my time, and the pastors are wasting their time.”  To the editor’s delight, this sparked a real controversy in Letters to the Editor.  Any young person who has left Sunday Morning worship could have written this letter today. I am not here to bash anyone but to offer you... Continue Reading

February 12th, 2024
“Exploring the Controversy: Is Systemic Racism the Root of America’s Ills?”
February 6th, 2024
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I am a black American, and I have been struggling with the idea that America is systemically racist. Not being idealistic, I know some people in America struggle with the sin of racism. What I disagree with is the idea that America as a nation is racist. America was founded on an incredible vision written in the preamble. The Beginning We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain... Continue Reading

February 6th, 2024
Uncovering the Origins of Ash Wednesday: A Historical Perspective
February 5th, 2024
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“My transgressions were bound into a yoke; by his hand, they were fastened together; they were set upon my neck; he caused my strength to fail; the Lord gave me into the hands of those whom I cannot withstand.”- Lamentations 1:14   The History of Ash Wednesday Ash Wednesday marks the first day of the 40 days of Lent. Lent is six weeks (not including Sundays) dedicated to reflection, prayer, and fasting (or giving up certain foods or activities) in preparation for Easter. It ends on Maundy Thursday, the fifth day of Holy Week (the week leading up to Easter) that marks the Last Supper. Lent... Continue Reading

February 5th, 2024