Divine Intervention

The dialogue was intense, enlightening, and revealing. Mom listened to both her sons and their thanksgiving guests. This type conversation hadn’t happened in such a long time. Breakthroughs in consciousness occurring were occurring. The phone rang. Would dare intrude into this sacred space.

Dad, we’re having a serious conversation so get straight to the point. Dad had intruded, causing anxiety and frustration. A lull in the conversation. How dare he!

But was this an intrusion or divine intervention. How often do we treat God the same way when he interrupts our sage, selfish activities. How dare God show up in the middle of our good time. Do we shut God down, tune God out and tell him to hurry up? What if we had invited God into our conversation, shared our excitement with him? Selah.

Published by Earl J. Griffin, Sr.

As a John Maxwell Certified Coach, Teacher and Speaker, I can offer you workshops, seminars, keynote speaking, and coaching, aiding your personal and professional growth through study and practical application of John’s proven leadership methods. For over 40 years, my tract record as a proven leader has been exemplary both in the United States Army and as a Pastor in the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. As a John Maxwell Certified Coach, Mentor, and Speaker, I use this expertise and experience to help leaders grow to their full potential. Coupled with my John Maxwell Certification is my Master of Science degree in Leadership Development, from Walden University. I am uniquely skilled at helping corporate leaders in the areas of human resources development programs, middle and executive leader development programs, and mentoring practices within the workplace. Both my professional time as an Organizational Development Specialist within the United States Army and my tenure as Senior Pastor within my church help me assist leaders in resolving the ethical dilemmas of leadership and developing the cultural skills necessary to lead in diverse multi-cultural organizations. Let's develop a sustainable relationship that benefits both your organization and that helps you achieve your personal leadership goals.

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