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Saturday, December 26, 2015

December 26, 2015 Call with Shirley Jones Brand

Listen to Call with Shirley Jones [Brand] December 26, 2015  Vance Writes:  Shirley Jones [Brand] didn’t have time to figure out the complexity of Nikken.  She was willing to accept it for what it could do rather than wait around and analyze it.  Shirley didn’t have a choice when she was told that her mom wouldn’t ever leave the facility where she was.  After all, a coma isn’t something that people just bounce out of.

This was about the same time that Shirley discovered Nikken and she just knew that this would be the trick to saving her ‘mum’.  I guarantee that Shirley’s journey with the Nikken solutions isn’t the norm, but it could be if we could muster a fraction of her determination.  She’s faced some pretty huge struggles and knows beyond a shadow of a doubt that no one is too far gone to let the simplicity of Nikken bring them back.  And bring them back she has.  If her mother’s story isn’t enough, wait till you hear how she had to kidnap her husband from the hospital that said he was going to die from heart related issues.

Vance's Tip of the Week

December 24th, 2015

A baby? Why a small child when the culture needs a king? This wasn’t what the people of Israel were waiting for 2000 years ago and yet God can start a revolution from the feeblest of things. He can change the course of history with a whisper rather than a shout.

The story of Christmas has continued to be a mystery to those who attempt to complicate its simplicity. It’s much like those who can’t accept intregative wellness as the body heals itself because there must be something more complicated.

The gift of Christmas and the gift of Nikken are very similar. Both are complex and yet both are so simple. Both have the potential to transform lives and both can be overlooked in an instant. My prayer on this Christmas Eve is that we can see both in their simplicity and complexity at the same time. After all, the real joy of Christmas and Nikken is not when we figure them all out, but when we get to share them with others and let them make a decision for themselves.

 From the entire Rogers family, have a very Merry Christmas!

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