Aiding military heroes

From the Joshua Chamberlain Society: We are happy to announce, we have adopted two new JCS/Nashville Heroes.  Marine Lance Corporal Christopher Malone and Chief Warrant Officer 3 Jeremy Miller U.S. Army Kiowa Warrior Instructor Pilot. Lance Cpl. Malone was deployed to Afghanistan in 2004.  After one year returned home for a few months and was then deployed to Iraq where he served until his Humvee was ambushed and blown up.  Chris suffered numerous internal injuries, burns, loss of one leg and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury). CW3 Miller deployed six times to Iraq and on one of these deployments was in … Continue reading Aiding military heroes

Understand yourself before serving others

Understanding your identity is key to having a successful life, a pastor says in his new book. Van Moody is pastor of the Worship Center in Birmingham, Alabama. He’s also the author of “The I-Factor: How Building a Great Relationship With Yourself is the Key to a Happy, Successful Life.” An “I-Factor” refers to how people think about themselves, Moody told me. It drives how we think about ourselves and how we react to a situation. There are three components of an I-Factor: identity, significance and perspective. “When you get those three you’re on track to being healthy.” Your identity refers to your knowing … Continue reading Understand yourself before serving others