Nick Cerda

Live well. Lead well.

Assessment

I always find it comforting to know that something that happened to me has happened before, to someone else. It’s also comforting to know that what happened to me was forecasted. Sort of like the idea that a storm is less scary when the news channel tells you it’s coming. Far more frightening is the tornado that wasn’t forecasted that came through our area last spring. Again Jesus began to teach by the lake. The […]

So… you’ll do me a favor?

With my intense graphic design skills this is all I’ve got. I need to talk to some people. But if you will do me a favor- pass this thing on. The picture (with link) can be posted anywhere html is accepted. Simply download the word document or go to this link (google docs) banners large

A Challenge

On October 4 I challenged 8 other men and myself to read through the New Testament in the Bible by January 1. This feat could be achieved by reading 3 chapters a day. So what about you? Are you up for the challenge? You’ll have some catching up to do but you can do it. Too much for you? Ok, then. How about a chapter a day? Anybody can do that! *Post a comment and […]

Identity

If you’re already reading this blog, then you’re way ahead of the game. Thanks for sticking with us as we feel our way around the formatting issues. I’m in the process of adding guest authors to “Your Bridge”. I’m excited about what this blog can be, greater than words that’s for sure! While we work it all out go ahead and pass the word. Let me rephrase that. Please invite your friends and contacts. I’m […]

Permission to FAIL

I’m a runner. Many runners worst nightmare goes a little something like this. Every runner knows his or her pace. They know the pace they train at. They know their easy pace, their tempo pace and their interval pace. They know this because they’ve done it before. They’ve practiced at these paces. Scientifically they calculated their pace, they knew what they should be able to attain and then they did it. It’s been done before […]