Blood Sugar Stabilization and Nutrition for Balance and Wellness Pt. 2, by Colin Sexton

I would like to use a car analogy of this scenario.  (I apologize for all who read this who could care less about cars 🙂 )  Picture this:  You have a nice car, say… a 1993 Vibrant Orange Mustang Cobra, not satisfied with the stock 225 horsepower, you decide to modify it with “supplements”.  You decide to port the heads, get a nice cam, some headers, an X-Pipe with no cats and also a Vortech S-Trim Supercharger.  Sound nice huh?  Wow!  What GREAT supplements!!!  Now, instead of 7 quarts of Mobil One synthetic oil, you pour in 12 quarts of oil from the McDonald’s deep fryer and Mt. Dew for the gas tank.  How good are all those “supplements” for your car now?  Your car will stop running very quickly no matter how good of quality of supplements you have.

The body is the same way.  It starts with nutrition.  I like to recommend Elaine Bennett for more in depth nutrition coaching as she is not only very educated on this but is herself an international health coach.  I urge you all to contact her as she will be more than happy to help you.

As far as supplements, there are many great additions to our diet such as fish oil, Flax seed, Multi vitamins (Do your research on multi’s as many do not even break down or are chemically processed/synthesized etc.) Glucosamine is great for achy joints, anti-oxidants are also important to help fight colds, virus and even more serious ailments like cancer.

I actually recommend the Monavie RVL product for proper weight management or added nutrition.  Their protein bars are a great balance of protein, good carbs and anti-oxidants.  The RVL system actually offers the highest “nutrition per calorie” over any system with the highest potency of Acai and anti-oxidants.  It does not contain the harmful artificial sweeteners a lot of the others have.  There are no artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners or preservatives.

Each person program will vary depending on their body chemistry/composition, current nutrition intake, exercise etc.   Making important lifestyle changes of any kind is never easy so we must look at “why” we are doing this.  For personal appearance, overall wellness or to help resolve or prevent specific  health issues.  We need to first have a game plan.

First:  Program where you want to go, visualize it and the end result.

Like a GPS, we punch in where we want to go, follow the proper information to reach our destination and arrive.  Sometimes things throw us off course.  If that happens, simply “recalculate” and get back on track. 

Second:  Set a goal.  (See my post below on goal setting) Make it realistic and obtainable but write it down.  Set it in stone.  If for whatever reason you fail to reach it, try again.  You never fail unless you give up.  DON’T GIVE UP!

Keep score-I am going to write my next article on this exact topic.  Keeping score in LIFE, so stay tuned. Keeping score is essential because it is the only way to know if you’re winning or losing towards your towards your journey to reach your goal.

Over all, look at where you are, what changes you are wanting to make, why and how.  Ask yourself this simple question: “From where to what by when”.  Again, it isn’t always easy but it IS always worth it.  Find yourself a handful of qualified people who can and are willing to help you get the results you want or better yet, a COMMUNITY of people.  I have several people I can recommend for different things and I myself love to help others so please feel free to contact me or add me on Facebook as:!/colin.lifeleadership

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God Bless!

Colin Sexton


On Gratitude

In light of the upcoming holiday, I have been trying every way possible to avoid having this conversation.  It’s Thanksgiving, for crying out loud…EVERYBODY is talking about being thankful.  I did not want to become a part of the cliché.  It would have been too easy. 

Then it started.

Tuesday, I was riding to a recording session with some of my fellow choir members.  Thinking about how much of an honor it was, I made a matter-of-fact declaration, “I honestly have no right to be doing anything more than hooking on Halsted.” The stunned silence was palpable, so just started singing along to the radio.

Wednesday, we’re at church, in the last few minutes of family prayer, getting ready to sing, when I feel a wave of gratitude rush over me to the point that my eyes burn with fresh tears.  I have every right to be so mad and disconnected from God.  “Church Folk” have done more to drive me away from God than ANYBODY.  And yet, there I stood, one hand raised, one hand holding a microphone, preparing to sing praises to my Father God who has shown me so much unquestionable love and favor and mercy that I cannot help but praise Him and tell Him, “Thank you!”

Thursday, I decided to have Thanksgiving a week in advance.  Took my meager unemployment check and bought fresh pasta, alfredo sauce and shrimp; a bunch of flavored teas (we like to drink them iced); and a bucket of ice cream with chocolate syrup and caramel sauce. I just wanted to spend some time being grateful for my sons.  They have so many reasons to be bitter themselves, yet, they are kind, generous, FUNNY people, and I wanted to celebrate that.

But this Friday night (or Saturday morning) I am sitting in my bed, typing this out, completely wrung out from all the tears I cried only a couple of hours ago. I have felt such profound gratitude that I could do nothing but cry for a half an hour straight.

My pastor, Dan Willis, took a very select few people to the red carpet premier of a movie of which he was a part.  The movie is called, “Dreams.” It was, for me, a montage of many of the acts of violence that were perpetrated against me as a child along with clear, descriptive characters, depicting many of the sick, sad, maddening personalities that exist in a world that depraved.  So many scenarios, all being played out together.  So many victims. Very few survivors. As I emerged from that dark theater into the harsh light of the lobby, one stark reality overwhelmed me: I MADE IT OUT ALIVE. Millions didn’t make it, but I was one of the ones that did.  I am not crazy.  I am not depraved.  I am not an abuser.  I am not a drama junkie. I am not a survivor. I AM A VICTOR.


I was dressed for the red carpet, done up to the nines.  My makeup (if I do say so myself) was flawless.  I truly wish I had taken a picture before I went into the theater. As I walked over to join my group, a couple of tears began to well up.  I caught them quickly and scrambled to compose myself.  I could not bear for anyone to see me like this. Not because I was embarrassed, mind you.  I just knew that if they saw me crying, they would want to comfort me. I was crying because I was GRATEFUL and I did not want to lose the moment in anyone else’s emotionalism.  I rushed to my seat, snatched my MP3 player and headphones, attached them to my ears, hung my head and made like I was sleep.  This gave them leave to chatter gleefully around me.  I then proceeded to soak my blouse and jacket through with grateful tears.

Few people can understand why I am the way I am.  I have friends that have gone through things – not less than what I endured, but different – that don’t understand why they are unhappy and I am so joyful.  I don’t deny how very little sense it makes. For years, I fought to survive.  Every breath, every good day, every smile, every giggle, every hug, every loving word or touch…these are things I once believed I did not deserve…these are things for which I am eternally grateful. So, what ON EARTH would be the point of complaining about what I do not have when EVERY GOOD THING that I do have is merely icing on the cake of the fact that I AM ALIVE AND WHOLE?

Be well, this Thanksgiving season.  Be well and be GRATEFUL.  You don’t have to be here.  You could be somewhere else…like…say…DEAD. Be the hero of your story.  Be the victor.  Be GRATEFUL.

Blood Sugar Stabilization and Nutrition for Balance and Wellness, by Colin Sexton

In the book of John chapter 14, verse 27, Jesus told the disciples, “Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.”

Based on that scripture, so many people perceive the definition of the word peace to mean a lack of trouble or fear. The true definition is more appropriately summed up in the word WHOLE; to have nothing missing, nothing broken, nothing diminished.  That is what the Kaleidoscope Kingdom is hoping to help bring about: WHOLENESS in the body of Christ.

Colin Sexton is a Life & Motivational Health Coach.  He encourages and teaches on health and wellness in the body, soul and finances.For the next two weeks, he will be encouraging us here.  I am grateful to know him and I look forward to sharing his insights on a regular basis.  You can also find him on Facebook at and in his own blog at


It is not a “one thing” secret.   No “pill” can fix it.  There is no “quick fix”.  There is, however, a formula of sleep, nutrition, nutrition, water, and supplements if necessary.

“Dieting” or “pills” are NOT the answer.  How many of you who have “diet” books have more than one?  The secret isn’t in “a new diet” or a “new exercise fad” as the principle has been around a long as we have: Eat less, move more.  Unfortunately, because of the evolution of “food” or “substance labeled as food but not really food” it is now a matter of eating RIGHT!

The reason “dieting” can be so dangerous is dieting actually causes caloric and carbohydrate deficits with then crate an imbalance of your blood sugar hormones and in turn your entire endocrine system.  You system will over compensate by releasing more hormones than needed causing you to loose lean muscle mass, lowering your metabolism and because of that an eventual increase of body fat.

The way our bodies work is a science, a miraculous one but a science none the less.  We are all spending money on food but what are we getting in that food?  We all need food to survive, but what is it IN food that actually makes food essential?  The answer is nutrition; vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates etc.  The way these nutrients work together within our bodies is also a science.  To truly understand how certain foods work within our body, we have to get the proper information.  The refusal to do just that can literally be the difference between life and death.

Let’s start out with sleep.  Sleep is probably the most important thing to start with because proper rest will regulate your hormones, metabolism, release stored body fat and lessen cravings of non-beneficial “food”.

The next thing is nutrition. Not just “food” but actual nutrition.  We have all been taught to eat a “balanced meal” and with good reason.  We must eat properly balanced meals (proteins, carbohydrates and fats) every 3-4 hours until the time we go to bed to properly stabilize our blood sugar levels.  This pattern of frequent balanced meals, combined with the proper amount of calories per meal, will boost your metabolism, lessen cravings, give you more energy and release stored body fat.

Many people who do eat the right foods constantly snack on fruit thinking it is great for them.  Now don’t get me wrong, fruit is great, but a snack of ONLY fruit is not good.  Without a proper blend of protein, the fruit in itself will actually spike your blood sugar.  It is always good to eat some kind of protein with fruit (Nuts, Peanut butter, yogurt etc.)

Just as in the work world, success isn’t always about working harder but rather working smarter.  Proper health maintenance is exactly the same.  I know so many who work out in the gym for hours, eating three HUGE meals and spending tons of money on “supplements” without getting the proper core nutrition they’re bodies need to even properly breakdown and utilize any supplement.  This lack of understanding is actually in many cases causing them to burn muscle instead of fat and because they’re bodies are not functioning correctly, all that money they spend on supplements is going right down the toilet…..literally. 

Talk About a Dirty Word!

I LOVE SWITCHFOOT!!! That is one of my most favorite bands of all time.  With my eclectic music taste, that’s saying quite a bit. I love how Tim and Jon Foreman’s playing reflects their kinship, not just as siblings but as musicians.  I love their very beach sound…it’s still there after all these years. No matter how hard they rock out (and they rock harder than ever), you can still hear the sounds of the ocean and the shore in them. That’s pretty cool. I love their very UN-RELIGIOUS worship. Based on their lyric content, no one could question or judge their faith. And it’s their lyrics that I always come back to.

Which brings me to the topic of today’s post; Switchfoot and I share the same aversion to the word HAPPY.  Jon Foreman sings that happy is a yuppie word.  I say happy is a dirty word. If only in it’s denotation that pleasure is a matter or circumstance, or things “happening,” the word happy implies a sort of shallowness.

Some of my life’s most challenging seasons have brought about some of my most interesting and life changing revelations.  Yet, one revelation keeps confirming itself throughout the seasons; Everyday is filled with highs and lows, but the extremes are usually brought level with awareness that there is always joy to be found, if you’re looking for it.

One of the most difficult seasons of my life was shortly after my sister-in-law passed away.  My husband, two sons and I were living in a two bedroom apartment. My husband was recovering from a surgery to repair an on-the-job injury.  We took two of my sister-in-law’s teen-aged children, a boy and a girl, to live with us. Now, get the picture: I’m a stay at home mom with my husband at home and miserable, two hormone and emotion driven teens whose whole lives had been uprooted…also miserable, two sons who have had their relatively peaceful existence completely turned inside out…equally miserable.  AND THEN, THERE’S ME, just trying to keep everyone’s misery in check.  Looking for a larger place we can afford and ways to make ends meet, I started hanging out with a realtor. I agreed to help her office out in exchange for her helping me find a house.

She was completely aware of everything I was going through and was astonished that we always had a pleasant time together.  We were having a rather comical exchange when she just flat out asked me, “Are you happy?”

I thought for a second.  Then, in a matter of fact tone, I responded, “I have joy all the time, but I’m not always happy.  These days, I don’t have a lot to be happy about.”

She didn’t get it.

At that time and in many times since, I have concluded happiness is a luxury I can scarcely afford.  To be happy leaves too much to external forces; there is too much work involved.

JOY IS EASY! A well made peanut butter and grape jam sandwich can give you as much joy as a quiet sunset or a belly laugh or hug or the memory of a friend.  Happy is a pacifier.  Joy is a satisfier.

This season that I am in right now is FANTASTIC.  I have seen God do miracle after miracle after miracle. I am quite joyous these days.  But, much like, “A Tale of Two Cities,” it’s been the best of times and the worst of times.  My circumstances could easily betray that I don’t have many reasons to be happy all the time, but if you look into my eyes, and look at the people that surround me, you will know that life is good and I’m good with it.

Stop letting your circumstances dictate what people see in you.  Stop making the people that surround you miserable with the state of your situation.  You don’t have to live the life you like to love the life you’re living.  Just start loving the little moments along the way.  Start loving the things in your life that make life worthwhile. So don’t worry about being happy.

Thomas Called Didymus Pt. 4 (Conclusion), by Marion Henry

And so, Jesus says, “I have to make another trip to get the twin, I’m going to get the twin because I’m tired of you being here and not being here, singing and not singing, serving and not serving, happy but not happy…I wanna get your twin.”

The real enemy is in-a-me. It’s me tripping me. It’s me missing from the service – body here mind somewhere else. It’s me the one the saints don’t see: The one that does not come when Jesus appears. It’s the twin that is missing. It is the twin that is not whole. You’re not going crazy it’s your twin!

Somebody is in trouble. Somebody is not free. Somebody is not rejoicing. Somebody does not believe. Somebody is discouraged. Somebody is at their wits end because the only time you show the other twin is when everybody leaves and all the saints go home. You get back to the house by yourself, you just hang the twin up and you go to bed; and that’s why you’ve been waking up at all hours of the night. It’s your twin that keeping you awake. It’s the twin that’s got you walking the floor; that keeps tears in the corner of your eye and you wipe them away before anyone gets a chance to see them because they don’t even know that you have a twin.

And your twin is in trouble. Your twin is restless, empty, tired and discouraged. And as long as the other twin shows up, people don’t even know that you are in trouble. They would encourage you but your twin fooled them and showed up instead of you.

People don’t rescue you if you don’t scream.  They don’t come if you don’t holler.  As long as you look like you’re ok they keep wanting more and more and more from you. And they don’t understand that you’re just as tired as the person you’re encouraging. Because they don’t notice that you are in trouble because your twin keeps showing up instead.

It was not Jesus first visit to the disciples that moved me.  I understand why he would come for the 10 even if one of them was missing. These were His boys.  But He comes back into the same room only for one. 

I tell you today if everybody was ok but you Jesus would come just for you! Because He loves you, Jesus would come just for you.

You are important to God. There’s a destiny over your life, there’s a purpose over your life, there’s a calling over your life and Jesus is saying I don’t want half of you in and half of you out, half of you free and half of you bound. So Jesus says whatever I have to do I’m going to see to it that I get you delivered.

If you’re in trouble, here comes Jesus. He’s Jesus coming after you. He’s coming after what’s worrying you. He’s coming where your anxiety is; where your crisis is. He’s coming into your pain. He’s coming into your dilemma.  Give him some praise! Not only that, let your twin praise him! Let your inner self praise him right now!

So look at this as I close: when Jesus comes through the door he doesn’t argue with Thomas. He doesn’t rebuke him for not being there, He doesn’t criticize him. He just says reach hither your hand.

Wait a minute…Jesus wasn’t even in the room when Thomas gave the criteria and yet he knew what it took to get Thomas in agreement with what he was about to do. He walks in the door and says reach hither your hand and feel the nail print in my hand, reach hither and thrust your hand into my side.

God is about to put your hand on what you need in order to believe him for what he is about to do. You haven’t been able to put your finger on it but God going to put your hand on the place that you need to be in to get what God has for you.

Jesus needs us to be whole.  Today Jesus has come so that He can get your twin before your twin gets you.  He’s here today to bring wholeness to both your and your twin.

What do I need to be whole?  First you have to admit that you’re not whole and then you have to have the courage to not care what the other disciples think. You’ve got to have the courage to come into agreement with yourself.  You see, we’ve always limited the scripture if any two of you agree there I will be in the midst to mean we need to agree with our prayer partner but the problem with that is that our prayer partner has only met one of the twins. It’s not you that I need to come into agreement; it’s with Didymus, my twin. 

As I googled the internet to find out what Didymus meant, it also said that Thomas alone was instrumental in bringing the gospel to India.  But he really was not alone because he took his twin.  Because Jesus showed up, He brought Thomas and his twin into agreement. You see alone isn’t really alone, if you look at the spelling it’s actually al-one.  As soon as we get our twin straight everything that God promised you is waiting on that one part of you to come into alignment with God so you can also be al-one.


I am grateful for the reminder that this season of ‘extreme obedience’ is temporary and full of purpose. And when I am on the other side of this season, I’m gonna come out SHINING!!! Thanks, Pam!

Mentoring Moments

Therefore [because He stooped so low] God has highly exalted Him and has freely bestowed on Him the name that is above every name…  Philippians 2:9 (AMP)

But if you press rewind you’ll see that each of these heroes had a season of extreme obedience.  They each had to give up their own lives and submit to

God loves to take people from the bottom to the top. Often He does it virtually over night.  Think about Esther, Gideon and Joseph.  God brought them from obscurity and made each a household name.  They were heroes celebrated through the streets of Israel.

 the will of God, even when it seemed dangerous or life-threatening to do so.  Esther risked her life and saved a nation. Joseph spent 14 years in prison because he refused to sin against God. Gideon faced an innumerable enemy with an army of only 300 men.


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Legacy of Grace, Continued…

God has never done or said ANYTHING that He did not expect us to replicate or repeat.  From declaring the world into existence to walking and talking in the cool of the evening with those whom He created. Even, I dare say, in repenting in exasperation for making mankind and wanting to start over (how many parents can identify with that?) then forgiving and trying again with the same frail creation He started with.  God is the ultimate example in extending Grace. It is His legacy to us.

How many times have we been asked to ‘walk a mile’ in someone else’s shoes?  So often, we get so caught up in how another person is affecting our life, we never consider what is affecting their lives to cause them to impact us the way they do.  Many of us regret the parents, the siblings, the lives that we’ve been given because of the pain, stress and inconvenience we feel.

I took a moment and gave this considerable thought.  I know not everyone was raised in the kind of confusion and turmoil into which I was born. But everybody’s got their SOMETHING.  At some point EVERYBODY thinks NOBODY knows the trouble they’ve seen. And NOBODY wants to admit how much of that trouble is simply a perspective issue.

Whatever we happen to be looking for is what we’re going to find.  Take the time to look back with compassion on those who came before.  This enables us to look at what we really want to take with us into our future and discover how to let go of the things we need to leave behind.

A large part of the Legacy of Grace is GRATITUDE. Learning to extend grace to whatever faults you find in your family tree will enable you to be grateful for receiving the best love your family had to give.

Think about how you came to be so resourceful. Did it come from growing up without things everybody else took for granted?  How about how you became such a great communicator?  Was that from your grandmother always making learn those awful Easter speeches? Did your childhood abuses make you an advocate for others in your adulthood?  How about that ear for music?  Or that head for math and science? 

No, not everything they did for you or to you was right. Perfection went out the window in the Garden of Eden, sweetie.  And did it ever occur to you that a perfect heritage was not what you needed to fulfill your purpose in this life?

In Jeremiah 1:5, God said, “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you; Before you were born I sanctified you;”

Don’t you think that if God knew you and sanctified you before you were not so much as a notion, He would provide all the appropriate DNA markers and family character traits that you would need to do what was required to meet your destiny head on?  Don’t you think He took flaws and frailties into consideration? I would like to think we could give the Creator of the Universe at least that much credit.

And, if we can give Him credit for all of that, perhaps we can extend to our forefathers and foremothers the forgiveness that we hope to receive from that same Creator. That is, in fact, another key component of the Legacy of Grace: FORGIVENESS.  Forgive the things about your family history (or your own for that matter) for which you feel shame and anger.  Realize that the only way to make the most out of the mistakes of others is to use them for your own course correction.  It will make it easier for you to be grateful for them. 

You will begin to understand that no family is dysfunctional if you can take what you see as “flaws” and use them for your own success in blessing others.  Then you can take them and teach the next generation a better way.  Embrace all that makes you who you are. Keep the best parts of your family alive and pass them along.  Leave a Legacy of Grace.

Thomas Called Didymus Pt. 3: Dealing With Didymus


In his book, The Audacity to Hope, President Barak Obama said that “the presence of faith does not mean the absence of doubt.” Just because you believe God does not mean you don’t have a moment of worry or fear or doubt.

So we must realize that Thomas is having a moment of doubt and we must be sensitive toward that.  Thomas was still loyal to the believers and to Jesus himself.

We know it was a moment of doubt because at some point Thomas shows back up in the room with the other disciples.  And when the other disciples told him they had seen Jesus Thomas says to them, “Except I shall see in his hands the print of the nails, and put my finger into the print of the nails and thrust my hand into his side, I will not believe.” And consequently because of this statement he was called doubting Thomas. 

You see, he didn’t doubt when Jesus was going to Bethany to raise Lazarus from the dead. Considering Bethany hated Jesus and they were trying to kill him, when Thomas heard that Jesus was going back into Bethany, Doubting Thomas (as you call him) said, “Let us run out before him so we can die with the Lord.”

 That doesn’t sound like a doubting disciple to me.  He was willing to lay his life down for Jesus. How dare you call him doubting? 

But Thomas was not there when Jesus came. Oh Lord, don’t let me miss that moment when the glory is falling! Let me be there! Don’t let me hear about it at the water cooler the next day at work, or read about it in a book somewhere. Don’t let me be tripping when the Glory of God falling, don’t let me be having mood swings when you’re trying to bless me! Don’t let me be distracted when You’re getting ready to heal me!  You mean You were going to heal me that night but I was too stubborn to praise you and I missed my opportunity? Don’t let me be missing when the Glory of God is about to fall.  Don’t let me be in outer space somewhere when You show up. If Jesus is going to show up on a Monday I want to be there on Monday, if He’s going to show up on a Thursday I want to be there on Thursday.

There is one very important part of this scripture that I want to make sure we don’t miss. “But Thomas one of the twelve call Didymus was not with them when Jesus came.”

I have to admit I never paid attention to the particular verse when reading this before.  It stuck out to me that, not only did John make sure we were aware that Thomas was not there, but he also called him Didymus? What does Didymus mean? Didymus means twin.

Do you realize we all have a twin?

Some of you married folk know about the twin. You dated the twin. They looked just like the one, walked just like the one, wore their shoes and their clothes. You dated the twin but you married the other one. 

We all have a twin.  If you don’t think so, listen to what Paul says in Romans 7: I want to do what is good, but I don’t. I don’t want to do what is wrong, but I do it anyway. 20 But if I do what I don’t want to do, I am not really the one doing wrong; it is sin living in me that does it. 24O wretched man that I am! who shall deliver me from the body of this death? Who’s going to deliver me from her.

Wait a minute…you see, I know that God can deliver me from the devil.  I know God can deliver me from Satan.  I know that He is greater than evil.  But my problem is not with Satan, it’s not with evil; my problem is with this twin, this person that keeps wearing my clothes, and sleeping in my house, eating my food and driving my car.

My problem is not with demonic warfare and casting out demons, I can cast out demons but what do I do with this twin: This other person that looks like me and walks like me and talks like me? This twin – that’s what the trouble is! That’s what’s stopping the glory from falling in my life. That’s what stopping Jesus from doing his ultimate work.

It’s that part of us that doesn’t want to come to church, that part that’s sick of everybody. Can I be real?  Do you know what it’s like to be helping people and be hurting yourself:  Serving people and tired yourself: Encouraging people and wishing you had someone to encourage you.

Haven’t you ever been conflicted? Part of you wants to go forward and part of you wants to sit down. Part of you wants to go higher and part of you doesn’t want to take the risk. Have you ever been in a fight with your own twin? Yourself! Your alter-ego, the person that lives behind the smile and the scriptures and all of the things that you put on yourself to decorate yourself for people, that’s who Jesus wants, that’s who Jesus is after the twin.

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