13 Habits of Joyful Christians
Are you unable to rejoice due to work, money, relationship or other problems?
Discover 13 proven steps guaranteed to help you rejoice, in spite of those problems.
"Vernon L. Williams presented his Rejoice through Problems: 13 Steps to Victory seminar to our women's group. I was inspired by the practical steps he outlined for dealing with problems. He very cleverly supported each step with at least one appropriate Scripture verse, and made each step come alive with concrete examples from his own experiences and those of others. Since all of us face problems, I, along with the other participants, left the seminar feeling better equipped to handle life's inevitable problems.
I wholeheartedly recommend Rejoice through Problems: 13 Steps to Victory."
- Celia Wrisk, Coordinator, Women's Ministry
"Thank you for sharing these principles and your story and experiences. I am walking away with practical information for myself, my husband and my clients. You have such wisdom and insight. I'll be meditating on what you've taught for some time to come."
Don't Let Negative Thoughts Steal Your Joy
It is easy to become a victim of automatic negative thoughts (ANTS). Since they are pessimistic and persistent, they cause a lot of emotional problems such as worry, anxiety, doubt, etc. These emotional problems impact health, performance and relationships.
Discover how to identify the 10 most common ANTS, and replace them with rational, healthy thoughts.
"This seminar was powerful. I will begin checking my thoughts to make sure they line up with God's word. Thank you, Vernon."
Master Your Emotions
Are you fed up with letting your emotions control your life?
Discover 3 proven steps you can take right now to have your emotions work for you instead of against you.
"I want to let you know how helpful your presentation was for me personally. I am probably about to lose my job and I have been practicing my response of “Hallelujah!” The perspective you shared has been very helpful for me and I have shared the advice with one other person going through a similar bad situation.