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Merry Christmas!

 

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Merry Christmas

 

May you have a joyous celebration of the birth of our Savior!

 

Matthew 1:21 She will bear a son, and you shall call his name Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins. 

Happy Mardi Gras

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Is the stock market going to crash?

stock marketThe sky is falling, the sky is falling!!!

I’ve had emails and phone calls this week with many questions and concerns about the market.

And, I’m here to tell you that the sky is not falling…Not yet anyway!

If you watch any form of media, they are describing the market’s reaction to the debt debate as a crash. And if you listen to them, they will give you an ulcer if you don’t really know the other side of the story.

Happy New Year !!

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As we leave 2012 and move into 2013 I would like wish everyone a world of Joy, Peace and Prosperity in 2013!

Jerry Broussard

Three Gifts that don’t cost anything

With Christmas right around the corner, you might enjoy three stories I heard recently about gifts that don’t cost anything.
A king word. Tom Ziglar, son of author and speaker Zig Ziglar, said that one day when they were playing golf, his dad turned to him and said, “Son, I don’t think I tell you often enough how proud I am of you and how much I love you.” And they hugged, After that, they seldom saw each other without the elder Ziglar expressing the same sentiment again.
A written note. An old priest tells of the time he dashed off a quick not to someone on a yellow pad of paper, thanking them for something. Not too long after that, he found himself in their home, and to his surprise, he found that note framed on their wall! “You have no idea how much impact a simple note in your own handwriting (not emailed or typed) can mean to someone.”
A hug. None but his family saw former president Ronald Reagan much after the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. His son Michael was a bit frustrated as the disease progressed at not being able to talk to his dad anymore. Michael’s wife suggested that he just give him a hug. So although neither one had been a big hugger, they did that every time afterwards. One time, after a visit, Michael was already out the door before he realized that he had forgotten to give his dad a hug. As he turned to go back inside, he found his dad already walking toward him, arms outstretched.
A word, a note, a hug. Free but priceless.

Merry Christmas and may you be richly blessed this coming year.
Jerry Broussard