…with yourself, others and God by engaging the Practice of Love
The more you engage the Practice of Love with . . .
- God in prayer, the more your relationship with God will grow.
- your spouse, the more your relationship will grow as a couple.
- your children, the more your love will grow as a family.
- your friends and those in your church and social groups, the
more your relationships in the community will grow.
- your boss, co-workers and clients in your work, the more your
work relationships will be strengthened and the more productive
and profitable your work will become.
- yourself, the more you will grow in genuine self-love.
Are you ready to learn this simple yet profound Practice of
Love that Jesus engaged and dramatically strengthen all of
Do you have the sense that love and building strong relationships is what life is really
Do you know in your bones that when the final bell tolls that the quality with which
you have loved will be all that really matters?
Are you presently having some difficulty in a relationship or been less than stellar
in the love and relationship department over the years?
If you had your druthers, would you like to be able to relate more effectively and
thus build stronger relationships with say your spouse, mate, kids, siblings, friends,
relatives, in-laws, co-workers, boss, yourself and God?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above, you have come to
the right place.
Growing in love through the Practice of Love is the invitation ~
building strong relationships is the result.
Dave’s speaking presentations, workshops and coaching are all designed, in one way or another, to help you grow in greater love of yourself, others and God. “It may seem too good to be true,” Dave says, “but if you engage this one simple Practice of Love on a daily basis, your love will grow—all of your relationships will be enhanced in a relatively short period of time.” Download your free Practice of Love eBook now!
Others are more knowledgeable, experienced and skilled at what you do. However, the one thing you have to offer in life that is totally unique is being yourself. No one else in the world ever did or ever will imitate God in quite the same way.
Building Strong Relationships with Others
Imagine what relationships would be like if everyone approached each other with a “How can I serve you?” attitude? Imagine if you made it your mission to key into people’s fears, frustrations, wants and needs and then did your best to serve them in any way you could.
As it is vitally important for you to arrive at the truth about who you really are, it is just as important to get as close as possible to the truth about who God really is. Why? Because how you image God to be effects how you view and feel about yourself, others and the rest of creation. It is what most impacts how you think, what you believe and what you say and do. It is arguably the most powerful and influential belief you have.