Latino Townhall’s Top 25 #LatinoQuotes of 2012



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These are Latino Townhall’s Top 25 Quotes of 2012, which are provided for your motivation and inspiration. I have provided my name at the end of each quote in case you want to copy and paste on social media sites. Thank you for your support in 2012:

‘Revelation plus action determines your destiny.” –Joel Garcia (February 16, 2012)

‘Immature love sees people through a lens of imperfection; while perfect love covers people’s imperfections.” –Joel Garcia (March 18, 2012)

The darkest secrets are the hardest to keep.” –Joel Garcia (July 22nd 2012)

‘Be unafraid of the opposition regardless of their size, power and techniques.” -Joel Garcia (August 8, 2012)

Strategies open up new opportunities; opportunities require new strategies. –Joel Garcia (August 13, 2012)

Purpose is an Oasis for those struggling with life’s complexities. –Joel Garcia (Sept. 3rd 2012)

‘Encouragement resounds within, flattery rebounds without.” –Joel Garcia (Sept 29th 2012)

‘You cannot have ascendency without mastery.” –Joel Garcia (October 18th 2012)

There’s nothing more refreshing than fresh vision.” –Joel Garcia (Oct. 21, 2012)

After you get an idea, you have to give it some thought.” -Joel Garcia (October 23, 2012)

‘I attended church for a girl but I found Jesus instead. Now, I’m married to both.” -Joel Garcia (Nov. 10th 2012)

‘God is an artist; His handiwork is all around you, from morning’s dawn til’ twilights last gleam. ” -Joel Garcia (Nov. 11th 2012)

Leaders are on a fierce course of struggle and change, they don’t blame those who want to stay behind.” –Joel Garcia (Nov. 14th 2012)

‘The “ouchy” in your spirit is the anointing, because that’s the place God wants to transform.”
–Joel Garcia (Nov. 14th 2012)

‘The function of a great teacher is to expose the thoughts of a student not impose their own upon them.” -Joel Garcia (Nov. 18th 2012)

‘It’s interesting how the Christian holidays bring out the critics; Christmas draws out the atheists, and Easter the skeptics.” –Joel Garcia (Nov. 18th 2012)

‘Character doesn’t compromise integrity for convenience.” -Joel Garcia
(Nov. 22nd 2012)

‘An illusion is a lie, which hasn’t been stripped of its falsehood.”
–Joel Garcia (Nov. 24th 2012)

‘Leadership isn’t about being in charge, it’s about bringing change.” –Joel Garcia (Nov. 29th 2012)

‘You cannot measure potential – only performance; results carry the day over good intentions.” –Joel Garcia
(December 1st 2012)

‘Forgive people fully, it takes more energy not to.” –Joel Garcia (December 2, 2012)

‘It is inevitable, Christians will experience trials because to extend God’s kingdom requires an immersion in the art of spiritual warfare.” –Joel Garcia (December 5, 2012)

‘Only the faithful stumble into their destiny.” -Joel Garcia (Dec. 16th 2012)

Latino Townhall’s Top 25 #LatinoQuotes of 2011


These are Latino Townhall’s Top 25 Quotes of 2011, which are provided to inspire you to stimulate your thinking, and help you through times of difficulty. I have provided my name at the end of each quote in case you want to copy and paste on social media sites. Thank you for your support in 2011:

Fear is the sure beginning of failure, eventually leading to one’s demise. –Joel Garcia (January 2011)

Every Christian should aspire to a leadership role because the Spirit of God within them is constantly moving and creating change, and this is what leaders do. –Joel Garcia (April 2011)

Leading with love is the most excellent way. –Joel Garcia (April 2011)

To overcome incompetence do not stand-alone rather deepen your pool of knowledge by standing alongside others. –Joel Garcia (April 2011)

Listening provides the context you need to ask the right questions. –Joel Garcia (May 2011)

Your personal gifts prophesy to your future. –Joel Garcia (June 2011)

Hope is the assurance of a release date from your wilderness journey. –Joel Garcia (July 2011)

Leaders who reinvent themselves see things in a whole new way, therefore, driving needed change in their environment. –Joel Garcia (Aug. 2011)

A comprehensive Christian worldview must instill belief, power and the ability to transform culture. –Joel Garcia (Aug. 2011)

If you keep hope alive, you stay alive. –Joel Garcia (Aug. 2011)

A gospel with power adds wonder. –Joel Garcia (Aug. 2011)

Ideas have a better chance of life in a community. –Joel Garcia (Aug. 2011)

Complaints measure your ineffectiveness, while solutions measure your effectiveness. -Joel Garcia (Aug. 2011)

Creativity rebounds during moments of rest and solitude. –Joel Garcia (Sept. 2011)

Every action you take sets in motion something greater; transformation begins with enough of the right actions. –Joel Garcia (Aug. 2011)

When a man loses his moral compass, he lands in desolate places. –Joel Garcia (Sept. 2011)

There’s no transformation without a struggle. –Joel Garcia (Sept. 2011)

The gift of change is loss; if we don’t learn to let go we’ll never change. –Joel Garcia (Sept. 2011)

Servant leaders inspire others to be and do their best by their lifestyle. –Joel Garcia (Oct. 2011)

Tension and misunderstanding go together; get understanding and watch tension gradually release itself. –Joel Garcia (Oct. 2011)

You can’t “cherry pick” your character, it’s cultivated through time, choice and action. -Joel Garcia (Oct. 2011)

The primary objective of parenting is making a child beautiful on the inside. –Joel Garcia (Nov. 2011)

Wisdom triumphs over experience. –Joel Garcia (November 28, 2011)

Submission doesn’t come when you ask for it; it happens when you’ve work for it. –Joel Garcia (November 28, 2011)

Latino Townhall’s Top 25 #LatinoQuotes of 2010


Most people are not afraid of change but what the process of change reveals about them. –Joel Garcia (January 9th2010)

The life you live is the truth you follow. –Joel Garcia (January 15th 2010)

The greatest challenge for creating change is talking people out of doubt. –Joel Garcia (January 30th 2010)

Giving up is okay because one realizes a limitation; the key now is to ask someone for help. –Joel Garcia (February 7th 2010)

Capacity is the space we create within ourselves to hold and sustain something greater. –Joel Garcia (February 8th 2010)

A significant gaffe leaders make is to be long on vision and short on relationship. –Joel Garcia (February 10th 2010)

The process reveals our character to show us what is required to make it to the other side. –Joel Garcia (February 24th 2010)

Optimism is an attitude that shows up around springtime. –Joel Garcia (March 13th 2010)

You can handle the present challenges when you commit yourself to the future. –Joel Garcia (May 1st 2010)

Love lights up every room. –Joel Garcia (May 8th, 2010)

Before you set out to change the world, you’ve got to change one little universe; your mind. –Joel Garcia (May 14, 2010)

A mentor is a catalyst for change in a young person’s life. –Joel Garcia (June 11, 2010)

Courage is faith bottled up in a crazy person. –Joel Garcia (June 18, 2010)

Legacy is when your life continues to speak and influence after you. –Joel Garcia (June 22, 2010)

Friday is just another day like Monday but with the feeling that you have a two-day free pass. –Joel Garcia (June 25, 2010)

You cannot possess a place or a position you have not prepared for. –Joel Garcia (August 11, 2010)

Fun makes the day go faster. –Joel Garcia (August 13, 2010)

Personal growth is incomplete without addressing the spiritual dimension. –Joel Garcia (August 13, 2010)

We live in an age where you can no longer explain it – you’ve got to be it. –Joel Garcia (August 15, 2010)

Failure is a teacher to help you realize you missed something or someone along your journey. –Joel Garcia (November 3, 2010)

Vision without heart is just a fantasy. –Joel Garcia (November 7, 2010)

Your daily job is to perfect your craft and character until time and opportunity call you forth. –Joel Garcia (November 9, 2010)

Critical times call for creative minds. –Joel Garcia (November 20, 2010)

Innovation is the human drive to reveal the divine imprint within. –Joel Garcia (December 23, 2010)

There’s no change unless one presses the boundary of personal limits. –Joel Garcia (December 28, 2010)