#prayathon2020 #iamapriestinoffice #UKVZ4 #ROR #SANCTIFIEDCONVEYOR #OFBLESSINGS WE'RE CELEBRATING THE LORD JESUS ALL THE WAY, KNOWING WHO HE'S MADE US, COUNTLESS MERCIES & MIRACLES IN EVIDENCE In your name they celebrate, in your righteousness, ...lifted up. #psalms89v16 EHV
Happy birthday to an extraordinary partner of the gospel, bro Raymond. Thank u for the superb work you put in to the church and our ministry. This new year is a great one of Perfection forbyour and your family, you will only experience increase. #celasalle #cequebec #cecanada
👩💻📚Professional Development Series with Pastor Bukky! Today’s Feature is Professional Redirection written by Deacon Michael Carter. This week, My special guest, Deacon Micheal Carter brings some insight. Its our month of Knowledge. Deacon Michael Carter is a certified HR professional, certified John Maxwell trainer, CEO of Envision It Photography, and a Deacon of Christ Embassy East Bay in California. In light of the timely message shared by our Man of God at the beginning of the year (The Year of Perfection), it is the perfect time for us evaluate the direction of our careers. You may have found yourself in a place where your career path no longer excites or fulfills you and you need to change direction. What do you do? One of the key points shared with us for this year by Pastor was alignment. How do you get in alignment in your professional life? It is through knowledge. What you know now has gotten you to where you are today, but to go somewhere new, you need to know what you have never known before. Here are four ways to successfully redirect your career through knowledge: 1. Subscribing to and reading professional articles and books: Nearly every reputable institution has a blog and there are plenty of books that you can buy from professionals in your field of interest. Read articles and books that are relevant to your field of interest. This will help to gain real insight to what is happening in the industry and how to get your foot in the door. 2. Networking: There are several ways to do this. You can attend seminars, conferences, and webinars where seasoned professionals are more than willing to share what they know to help you grow. At these events, you can also make yourself known among the best in the industry. This a two for one! Not only are you learning, but you are meeting people who can help you learn more beyond the day of the event! The way to get the most out of these experiences is to collect phone numbers and emails and actually use them. In some cases, you dont need to go far; keep in mind that some of the people you need to meet may be in your church. 3. Mentorship: One of the best ways to explore new professional territory is to find a mentor, someone who is well versed in the job or business you want and commited to your success. This is someone who coaches you one on one through your journey and provides a valuable prespctive that you would not have gained by attending events alone. 4. Professional certifications and licenses: Sometimes, additional formal education is necessary to break into a new industry. Many get discouraged because they lack experience in their new industry, but knowledge is the great equalizer. This doesn't always mean going back to college. There are many cost effective ways for you to acquire the knowledge necessary in a short amount of time to make you competitive in the job market. By adding this accomplishment to your resume, not only do your opportunties increase, but so does your income potential! There's something about having your accomplishments documented that communcates you're serious about your new direction. This month, make up your mind to take that step of faith towards the career of your dreams. YOU CAN DO IT! God bless you! #USAZ1 #USAREGION1
Celebrating our amiable, calm, pleasant & delightful Dcns Audrey Uhiara, a valuable friend, a great helper of the work, THN 1st Lady & the precious wife of our Esteemed Haven President. We celebrate you & all U represents with joy & so much Love. HBD Ma, we Love U so dearly!