The Courage to Trust…

God has shown us favor in every aspect of this move to England.  I’m grateful for the courage to trust God with my entire life.

This March Edition of TM Magazine marks our Second-Year Anniversary!

Deriving from our theme for this Edition, our authors have divulged inspiring nuggets relating to “The Courage to Trust.”  This theme can plausibly cover many topic areas such as:  trusting God, family, friends, partnerships, a process or pathway…etc.  Finding the courage to trust could be for the first time or again!  We can ask ourselves the question, “Are we investing our trust in the right places?”

Take a look inside and grasp from our authors inspirations that will invoke change, encouragement or motivation to develop the courage to trust.

  • Most commuters believe in the stability and proven durability of a stable bridge…what about God?

Reliable Bridge?

  • Trust and rejoice in the process, knowing that God has it all under control.

The Process and the Processor

  • When the snowqualls of life blind your view, there is a balm remedy!

Snowqualls of Life

  • After God gives you a glimpse into your future, will you JUMP IN?


  • Develop a certain level of courage to work with others when you don’t agree…

Courage to Navigate the Roughness


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Florence R. Smith
Florence R. Smith is a self-motivated professional skilled in directing and organizing tasks to achieve overall mission objectives. She has been employed with the Federal Government since December 2004. She serves in many capacities within the Gospel Spreading Church of God. Florence has a Bachelors in Business Administration and Masters in Technology Management, both from University of Maryland University College; and a Master of Strategic Studies Degree from the U.S. Army War College. She is a published author and owner of Teachable Moments Press, a Christian publishing company. A woman with a message of hope, encouragement, and inspiration, Florence will leave you motivated and inspired in fulfilling your purpose!
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