Egypt McKee will be Guest Speaking at Sunridge Community Church on Sunday May 21, 2017 at 9am & 10:30am.

Date: May 21, 2017
Time: 9:00AM
Event: Sunridge Community Church
Topic: Bad Guilt.
Venue: Sunridge Community Church
(951) 296-1770
Location: 42299 Winchester Road
Temecula, CA 92590
United States of America
Public: Public

 

It should come as no surprise that its much easier to think about success than to actually achieve it. Sadly, we rarely spend much time preparing for what it takes to not only achieve a goal, but to proceed beyond the goal.

The truth remains that too much success to soon will ultimately destroy anyone. Its my honor to share with you my video from when I was the guest speaker at Sunridge Community Church in Southern California (August 2014).

Until next time, Be encouraged.


I speak to thousands of young adults, men, and women annually on leadership, integrity, and relationships.  Sometimes life has a way of being the antidote to life itself. If you’d like more information on this topic or how to bring me in as a speaker for your next event, please  contact me.

In the meantime, I encourage you to subscribe to my Tribe/Newsletter on my homepage. Post your comment below, Share my blogs with your friends on social media, and visit my website often for daily inspiration.


Egypt McKee

Speaker | Author | TV Host

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One things for sure, freedom isn’t free. It always costs the liberator everything. The question is, “how far are you willing to go to obtain and maintain it?” If the truth be known, everyone wants freedom but often times, we spend our lives in and out of perceived prisons—many times self inflicted.

Choosing to be “all in” comes at an extraordinarily high price, yet the rewards far outweigh the risks. I was recently invited as guest speaker at Sunridge Community Church in Temecula, California to preach from Galatians 5:13-18 on being all in and the cost of being a follower of Jesus Christ.

Remember—being all in for Jesus Christ is not a heavy burden which you “have to do”, rather an humble position where true freedom is found which you “get to do.”


I  speak to hundreds of thousands of  young adults, men, women, and parents on the integral parts of building healthy relationships and wise counsel in all areas of life. Invite me in as your next event Speaker and find out first hand what it means to listen up, speak up, and speak out as a matter of character and integrity. For more information, please contact me.


Be encouraged!

 

Egypt McKee

Evangelist | Speaker | Author

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The Clown Bell.

As the oldest of five to a single mother, I have a deep appreciation and admiration for mothers, and their unenviable task of maintaining order in an often-chaotic household. Witnessing a mother wear multiple hats forged in steel on the battlefield of childrearing, midnight feedings, sleep deprivation, and menstrual cycles is nothing short of miraculous.

Somehow lost in the cadence of screaming children, dogs barking, and the television playing in the background, offers that rare moment when your children are actually quiet, content, and most of all—preoccupied.idiot Bell

How could letting your guard down be so tempting? In just the blink of an eye, the phone rings, and you’re convinced you can actually carry on a conversation with a friend in peace. No sooner than it takes for you to pick up the phone and begin your discussion; it’s as if Ringling Brothers hit the idiot bell and summoned your children to a new level of noise production while demanding your undivided attention, and simultaneously leveraging your body as a jungle gym.

The good news is these days are few in the span of parenting, and I encourage you to enjoy them as much as possible. Leveraging your village to provide your children a healthy outlet while maintaining and strengthening your relationships is a critical part of your life’s balance.

Until next time, Be encouraged.

 


I speak to hundreds of thousands of young adults, men, women, and couples annually on leadership, decision making, and relationships.  Sometimes life has a way of being the antidote to life itself. If you’d like more information on this topic or how to bring me in as a speaker for your next event, please  contact me.

In the meantime, I encourage you to subscribe to my Tribe/Newsletter on my homepage. Post your comment below, Share my blogs with your friends on social media, and visit my website often for daily inspiration.


 

Egypt McKee

Speaker | Author | TV Host | Life Coach

©2014 Copyright, Egypt McKee. All Rights Reserved.

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In plain sight.

Far too often, parents of young adults in their 20’s tell me they’re losing trust in their relationships with their children to drugs, alcohol, lies, and deceit. Up unto this point, the combination of skills required for successful parenting would be surpassed by the all-elusive skill as an advisor, counselor, and listener.

On the other side of the argument, rests a twenty-something year old young adult feverishly testing the laws of the sum total of all they’ve learned in life. Unfortunately, there is no plan-B embedded within the idea that once you’re of age—you’re on your own.

In Plain SightLife is hard enough, even with minimal challenges. Everyone needs a mentor and someone to mentor in life. Sadly, most people have neither, and they wander in plain sight without an honorable person to listen, lean upon, or lift up. I want to encourage you to find a quiet place today and take an honest look at your life, and consider who you’d trust to invite into your life as a mentor, and also the person who needs you to be their mentor.

Until next time, Be encouraged.

 


I speak to hundreds of thousands of young adults, men, women, and couples annually on leadership, decision making, and relationships.  Sometimes life has a way of being the antidote to life itself. If you’d like more information on this topic or how to bring me in as a speaker for your next event, please  contact me.

In the meantime, I encourage you to subscribe to my Tribe/Newsletter on my homepage. Post your comment below, Share my blogs with your friends on social media, and visit my website often for daily inspiration.


 

Egypt McKee

Speaker | Author | TV Host | Life Coach

©2014 Copyright, Egypt McKee. All Rights Reserved.

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Momma’s Boy.

Back in the day, the phrase “Momma’s boy” implied a young man was somewhat less of a man because of his willingness and desire to be pampered by his mothers overreaching favor and control. In many ways, I cannot help but think we were all a little envious of that brand of special attention from mothers.

Sadly, the hopes of developing a child with the character of personal responsibility, humility, generosity, hard work, and moral standards has produced the opposite effects.

Today, boys trade in reality for a virtual existence through video games, smart phones, mobile devices, computers, and television.

It’s a miracle their thumbs don’t grow longer from hours of text messaging and gaming! It’s bad enough that many young boys know how to survive a virtual military shootout in a video game, but don’t know the importance of being generous, hospitable, or serving the poor and impoverished.

Although fathers are key in guiding, training, and mentoring their sons to think and behave as honorable men, it’s moms that have the daily tactical advantage of influencing character as a result of proximity.

If you’re a mom, I want to encourage you to unplug your electronic world and do what you do best, and that’s rally your family to connect as a family today. Maybe that means pulling out the board games …. you remember Operation, Monopoly, and Battleship? Maybe it’s time to build a jigsaw puzzle as a family, but rest assured it will require something none of you may have exercised in quite sometime: Brain Cells.

Trust me, no child, especially boys, should be sitting around for countless hours learning to kill people on virtual battlefields when the battefield most worth winning is best known as your home. I encourage you to give it a try and see how your perspective in life influences those most precious around you.

Be encouraged.

 


I speak to hundreds of thousands of young adults, men, women, and couples annually on leadership, decision making, and relationships.  Sometimes life has a way of being the antidote to life itself. If you’d like more information on this topic or how to bring me in as a speaker for your next event, please  contact me.

In the meantime, I encourage you to subscribe to my Tribe/Newsletter on my homepage. Post your comment below, Share my blogs with your friends on social media, and visit my website often for daily inspiration.


 

Egypt McKee

Speaker | Author | TV Host | Life Coach

©2014 Copyright, Egypt McKee. All Rights Reserved.

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Have you seen my …?

Is there anything quite as frustrating as looking for your keys or wallet when it’s sitting right under your nose? Far too often we skip over all the obvious details to go about solving life’s challenges the best way we know how: on our own.

The one thing that seems to elude us is the one thing that would help us find the obvious more importantly, give us the ability to engage with our families and others appropriately.

Perspective. Can you say the word with the conviction that you not only have it, but practice it as well? Considering the fact that we live in a world where drama queens and kings receive all the attention, the unqualified lead the masses, and bizarre behavior is worshipped with relentless passion. Right perspective is needed more than ever.

As a husband and father, I realize there is a clear distinction between being a father and a daddy, and furthermore the reality of being present versus engaged. No one ever cares how hard you work, but they do care about how you engage in their lives.

At the end of the day, you’ve got to give up something of value to get something of greater value. Everything rises and falls on leadership. Think about it and share your comments below with me.

Until next time, Be encouraged.

 


I speak to hundreds of thousands of young adults, men, women, and couples annually on leadership, decision making, and relationships.  Sometimes life has a way of being the antidote to life itself. If you’d like more information on this topic or how to bring me in as a speaker for your next event, please  contact me.

In the meantime, I encourage you to subscribe to my Tribe/Newsletter on my homepage. Post your comment below, Share my blogs with your friends on social media, and visit my website often for daily inspiration.


 

Egypt McKee

Speaker | Author | TV Host | Life Coach

©2014 Copyright, Egypt McKee. All Rights Reserved.

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True Lies

One of the greatest frustrations that parents ask for my help is with how they should deal with their lying teen. I’m honored to facilitate Leadership & Parenting Workshops for Moms, Dads, Single Parents, and Guardians throughout the country on a regular basis.

Long before I recommend a specific strategy, I begin by asking them to describe their relationship with their teen son or daughter. More often than not, their perspective is ripe with animated testimonies of foul language, mistrust, poor decisions, and irresponsibility. Sound familiar?

No parent ever wants to hear that they are somehow partly responsible for their child’s dysfunctional behavior. It’s in these moments of truth where true leadership is brought to bear. Listen–what you value, you do. Lying, for a young person, is generally a means to an end. Once they study your behavior, and practice what they’ve learned, “Why should there be any cause for concern?”

How many times has your phone rang, and you’ve instructed your child to tell the caller you weren’t home or unavailable? How many times have you complained or gossiped about someone, and later told them everything was great? How many times have you lied about your age, and your child had a front row seat to witness the mastery of your conviction?

The sum total of what appears to be little “white lies” will grow up to become your greatest nightmare. I have never met a person who ever wanted to have their child grown up to be world famous for lying. Sadly, our culture is filled with varying levels of deceptions and lies. If you want your child to speak truth or display integrity, then you will be required to model character that’s taught, learned, and demonstrated in your teens life. Rules without relationships always lead to rebellion.

Until next time, Be encouraged.

 


I speak to hundreds of thousands of young adults, men, women, and couples annually on leadership, decision making, and relationships.  Sometimes life has a way of being the antidote to life itself. If you’d like more information on this topic or how to bring me in as a speaker for your next event, please  contact me.

In the meantime, I encourage you to subscribe to my Tribe/Newsletter on my homepage. Post your comment below, Share my blogs with your friends on social media, and visit my website often for daily inspiration.


 

Egypt McKee

Speaker | Author | TV Host | Life Coach

©2014 Copyright, Egypt McKee. All Rights Reserved.

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