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"Seek the Lord while he may be found;

call on him while he is near.

Let the wicked forsake their ways

and the unrighteous their thoughts.

Let them turn to the Lord, and he will have mercy on them,

and to our God, for he will freely pardon."           Isaiah 55

Make a Fresh Start in 2015 says Positive Pastor Roland



 From the desk of Pastor Roland.


Hello, this is Pastor Roland. I'm not a priest, but I am a pastor and spiritual care giver. And you don't have to be a Christian to contact me or send a prayer request. 


I will be here, Lord willing, during this new Year. I will be taking prayer requests and be available for chat and email every day, including Sunday and holidays.  

Update: Happy New Year. It is now 2015. Is it time for a fresh start? Many of you have been carrying baggage around from the past: hurt feelings, unhappy memories, unforgiveness and of course all the symptoms that are complicated by negative emotions and unhappy memories. 

Isn't it time for a fresh start? 

Watch my video below 

and then listen to my special new Year radio program which is airing in Southern California and Florida. 

Don't let the stress of unforgivenesss, unhappy memories, and resentment ruin your life! Make a fresh start and become the happy go lucky person you were meant to be.


This was my Christmas message, and it is a good message for this time of the year too--

This is the time of year when many people need prayer or a little positive advice, but they hesitate to contact me because they think that I am too busy. Not so.
I always have time for people who need a little spiritual help!

People also hesitate to reach out to others because everyone seems to be having such a good time, and the person figures that they are an outsider and don't want to bother anyone.

It is easy to feel lonely, left out, and just plain sad at this time of the year. This is especially so for thoughtful people who see some of the hype and phoniness.  But don't let the hype or commercialism bother you. Jesus is still around and so is the true meaning of Christmas.

Remember the Nativity story. There was no room at the inn for Mary and Joseph.  So they felt left out too, but God did not forget them. He had big plans for them!

Maybe He has big plans for you too!  God allows U turns.What you need is a fresh start. One where you can set aside the baggage from the past and focus on today moving forward. 

Why don't you watch my 3 minute message about making a fresh start. You'll find out about my new meditation and how it might help you make a fresh start. It's free too. 




Please reach out to others. There are plenty of thoughtful people out there. And there are plenty of others who feel just like you. Reach out and help someone and you will discover that your blues are gone. 

Christmas is for everyone--for the little guy, the regular person, children, those in hospitals, those living alone in a hotel room, those in retirement homes, those in college dorms, those who feel all alone, those between jobs, those with drug or alcohol problems, those .  .  .  .  .  .


A special message from Roland about Making a Fresh Start











Roland Trujillo, pastor and author of 18 books, has been helping people for over 25 years. Visit his 24/7 Self help Resource Center at talktoapastor.org