Kingdom Initiatives – Black History Month – Bishop G.T. Haywood

Its waves reach the Throne of God…

GTH Pentecostals 2016

 

Giving honor to G.T. Haywood, early leader of the Pentecostal movement and Bishop of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World. #‎BlackHistoryMonth2016‬
Photo by Pentecostals of Kentwood 
Song by PAW National Choir (Audio) I See A Crimson Stream Of Blood

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPfnThOSRnU 

Published on Jun 8, 2013

The late great L. Craig Tyson, The great gospel organist of all time! Minister of music, song writer and arranger http://www.tyscot.com/web/about/

Being Ellington L. Ellis – “Tools are extensions, tools = technology”

Tools are extensions (technology) to assist us in completing tasks. Any action you perform is an extension to your physical being. Everything you’ve obtained came from external resources.

 Everything you need is within your grasp!

 

Entrepreneurs did you miss the Group Talk for Entrepreneurs on January 23, 2016 and November 21, 2015? It’s worth a look-see!

 

~Ellington L. Ellis~

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Kingdom Initiatives “Decrease ALWAYS brings increase!”

Universal Principle: Decrease ALWAYS brings Increase.

“I must decrease that he may increase.” John’s Jesus brings Haywood’s Urshan

Together we can go…BEYOND HUMAN COMPREHENSION

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Being Ellington Ellis – “Fruitful Dialogue…Doubting Thomas or Scientific Thomas?”

Doubting Thomas or Scientific Thomas? Either way he exclaimed, “My Lord and my God. We report, you decide

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Sometimes silence nets renewed and or additional intelligence. Which means hearing gleans information and different perspectives.

And then there is this. “The oldest, and still the most powerful, teaching tactic for fostering critical thinking is Socratic teaching. In Socratic teaching we focus on giving students questions, not answers. We model an inquiring, probing mind by continually probing into the subject with questions. Fortunately, the abilities we gain by focusing on the elements of reasoning in a disciplined and self-assessing way, and the logical relationships that result from such disciplined thought, prepare us for Socratic questioning.

Don’t forget the process is fostered in RESPECT! Selah!

Here’s an interesting read 

“Pentecostalism is the fastest-growing segment of Christendom.” ~The Economist, January 2016 Issue.

Charismatic Christianity thrives among people on the move

Being Ellington Ellis, – “Entrepreneurial Kingdom Building” 1-23-2016

Ellington Ellis – Entrepreneurs Group Talk –

Pentecostals of Kentwood

January 23, 2016

Entrepreneurs are Undertakers!

Click here to see the document! –> Being E Entrepreneurial 1-23-16

Being Ellington Ellis, – “Entrepreneurial Kingdom Building” 11-21-15

Being Ellington Ellis, – “Entrepreneurial Kingdom Building”

 

Ellington Ellis – Entrepreneurs Group Talk –

Pentecostals of Kentwood

November 21, 2015

 

We can use biblical principles for successful business, because God’s principles apply to our whole life.

Ephesians 4:11 – Apostles – Owner/Visionary

Prophets – Numbers – they see where we are, what the opportunities are

Evangelists – Marketing

Pastors – Manager

Teachers – Trainer/Employee

Know who you are, and bring in people who you are not. If I try to operate in an area I’m not called to, I’m going to mess it up. Success is what makes you happy, gives you joy, and help fulfill what you want to do.

Whenever you do anything, go to the elementary principle of it. Everything is built from elementary blocks. Genesis is the first block. The ”Principle of Everything” will be found in the basics. Businesses fail because elementary principles aren’t being followed.

Throw the big books away, and buy the “Dummies” books. It will cut through to the chase, and give you the foundation you need to carry the rest of the vision.

Read Simon Sinek’s book “Why?”

The “Limbic brain” is the feeling, or “sense” side of the brain. Trust that.

At Chase Bank, I was the highest producing sales person. The reason I was so successful is that people could feel my passion.

Comparative Effort (phrase Ellington coined) – Should you do MLM, or should you chase another business model to accomplish the same thing? Is the juice worth the squeeze? Is the view worth the climb?

“Utility” = Happiness

Comparative Utility – What gives you the most happiness?

Warren Buffett saves Billions of dollars. He’s a pathological hoarder. His utility is saving money. He’s sad when he spends. I get utility by giving and helping.

What are you pathological about? What flows out of your essence? That’s what you should be involved in. Be in the business of your essence.

Get behind other people’s passion. Only focus on the passion.

Haywood/Hancock Partners vision is to help Oneness and Apostolic groups. We are starting a fund for clean technology. This is to help Oneness people. It’s time we invest in each other’s business.

TAC – Think, Act, and Communicate as one – Get in on one accord, and help each other to succeed.

In order to have high probability of success, 1. Start business where your essence is 2. Be part of the group you’re a part of (be present and involved).

People don’t buy what and how you do it, they buy WHY you do it.

Martin Luther King’s followers followed because of the why.

What flips up on your lid? Apple? Apostolic? Oneness?

Money follows innovation.

Being Ellington Ellis – “When you value self,”

When you value self, you are good to self; that is good. Demanding respect, however, never gets respect; even if you think you’re getting it, you’re not. Further, lecturing someone on how you want to be treated does not appear to be the answer, either. Again, people respond in kind. Treat people how you want to be treated is useful. “He who has friends, must first show himself friendly.” She who has respect, must first SHOW herself respectful. ~Ellington L. Ellis~

All Lives MATTER! AstroTurf versus Grass Roots…Value begins within…

Value begins from within, and permeates outward. Never the other way around. A level playing field enables competitiveness, but as Bishop G.T.Haywood stated, “Discrimination is weak against superior Determination.” Have you ever witnessed a beggar beg his way from underneath a bridge? I know, no analogy is perfect, but the SPIRIT of the M.L. King Movement is, “MY Life Matters” Words have spirit’s. I believe we must be careful not to be taken up with the wrong spirit in our efforts to bring about positive change. It is important to discern the people behind a movement and not just the movement. ~Ellington Haywood Ellis