Gina McGowan Cade's Blog (3)

Movers & Shakers

We must become a mover & a shaker and not a procrastinator. Where are you standing, in the forefront or behind the scenes? It’s time for us all to move up closer. We must move out of that old way of thinking that life will not amount to much. “So a man thinketh so is he.” Believe in the Lord our God that He will supply our every need. The bible tells us to delight ourselves in the Lord and He will give us the desires of our heart. Don’t blame the mishaps of your life on anyone else. If you… Continue

Added by Gina McGowan Cade on January 14, 2009 at 12:47am — No Comments

Homeless Advocates of Texas, how you can help...

My husband and I along with others that volunteer with us work a homeless ministry, Homeless Advocates of Texas (HAT) and we go to the downtown Dallas shelter.

We also pull up in the parking lot across from the shelter and pop our trunk and men / ladies come over to the car and we hand out clothing, coats, blankets, toiletries and more. All of the items come from people like you.

We have luncheons at off site locations at the churches that work with us. We have van drivers… Continue

Added by Gina McGowan Cade on January 14, 2009 at 12:44am — No Comments

Back 2 The Basics

Now that the Olympics has come to an end and I'm

sure everyone was glued to their tv sets, of

course while sending messages to your Black

Business Women friends.

A lot of us watched the Democratic National

Elections and heard Barack Obama speak. It had

been 45 years since Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

addressed the crowds of thousands to give his

famous and undying speech delivered on the steps

at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C.… Continue

Added by Gina McGowan Cade on September 8, 2008 at 11:36pm — 1 Comment

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