Synergy is a way of assembling things together in such a way as they are greater than their individual parts. A perfect example of this is a group of people. Together a group can accomplish more with unified effort, than those same individuals ever could by themself. This is the very reason we have organizations founded on accomplishing specific objectives.
This collection of assembling together is known as synergy, and can be very effective and powerful in our lives, especially when we align ourselves with positive influences. Synergizing is a known method to work together in a specific way that will boost productivity and increase effectiveness. It could even be considered a source of energy on its own, due to it multiplicative properties.
I have recently had the blessing of meeting and talking with Joey Basta in these past couple weeks. I was encouraged to here his heart for working and influencing hearts and minds on the digital forefront. His desire to use today’s present technology to influence and encourage people is truly inspiring and admirable.
Joey says his ministry, Fire Influence, is all about igniting others to be an influence in this world for both the unsaved and saved, and to do so with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
If his message and vision resonates with you I encourage you to connect with him. You can find Joey on Twitter, on Facebook, on Google Plus,, and also Youtube.
Some people have different gifts than others. It seems Janice Roberson has the gift of writing and sharing her thoughts and insights with the rest of us. In her recent blog post, The Encourager she highlights the importance and value of both receiving, as well as giving, sincere encouragement, and the impact it can make on us.
She quotes Philippians 4:8 “Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.”
Check out her Twitter account and follow Janice if you’re not doing so already.
There’s Only One Name That Saves is a brief piece talking about the relevance we are faced with in developing and maintaining our relationships, especially one’s relationship with God.
Marius Massie gives scriptures and references explaining and elaborating on the importance of quality time and consistent behavior. Marius says about Jesus, “He gave me life, direction, new sustaining relationships, a sense of confidence and safety, a plan for my life, love that melted fear, a backbone, persistence, momentum, shelter, safety, a hug, a smile, laughter, joy, the fruit of the Spirit DESPITE horrible circumstances.”