Beyond The Building: The War Within book

Beyond The Building: The War Within


“Our responsibility is not to watch as the world travels to hell, but to be carriers of light in a fallen world.”

Ashley Sauls

Passion. Motivation. Life.

Fueled by passion. Motivated by God. Ashley Sauls helps her audience navigate the daily currents life sends our way, providing motivation for a better tomorrow.
Morning Motivation

Morning Motivation: Adjust Your Thoughts, Adjust Your Life.

“Scattered with Biblical insight, questions to ponder, and prayers to help even the most feeble pray-er, this book will bless your heart, encourage your soul, and enlighten your mind. – A.H., South Carolina

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Do you lead well when you are impatient? We all have things that we find irritating. You might be irritated when people are habitually late. You might get annoyed when you have to repeat an instruction more than once. You might get flustered when people miss deadlines.

Who Are Authentic Leaders?

I’m very excited about this month’s focus on leadership. I wanted to start our conversation by focusing on an essential characteristic of leadership: authenticity. How does authenticity shape the life of leaders?

Why We Need to Learn to Love Ourselves

I’d like to share an experience that taught me why we need to learn how to love ourselves.   I believe it was 2nd grade when I got my ears pierced and discovered I couldn’t wear pierced earrings. In fact this funny looking scar, I later learned was a keloid, formed and it was a sight indeed.

Do You Believe Mental Illness Has a Face?

When you hear the words mental illness what do you think? Does mental illness have a particular “face”? Do you think of someone who expresses abnormal behaviors? Do you think of someone who looks out of sorts? Do the words “strange” or “odd” come to mind? Many of us believe mental illness has a “look.”

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