Work from rest

Work from Rest. It sounds so simple, but I don’t find it to be easy! My last few months at … Read

Even the rocks cry out

A week before Jesus was killed, He entered Jerusalem on a donkey. The crowd was praising Jesus as the “king who comes in the name of the Lord” (Luke 19:38), and aggravated Pharisees told Jesus to “rebuke” His disciples (Luke 19:39). Jesus responded that even if the people were quiet, the rocks would “cry out” (Luke 19:40).

The third path

I see many leaders building “kingdoms” in the marketplace, but not the kind of Kingdom Jesus represents. For working Christians, our journey starts by understanding what God’s Kingdom at work even looks like in practical terms. We need to understand the contrast Jesus draws between different “paths” in pursuit of “kingdom”.

New and improved

“A new day will dawn on us from above because our God is loving and merciful.  He will give light … Read

Faithful remnant

The word “remnant” appears 540 times in scripture. Time and again in Biblical history, it is a remnant of people … Read

Start with why

“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall … Read

Hedgehog… PLUS

I’m a fan of the “hedgehog concept” popularized by Jim Collins in Good to Great. I love the way it … Read

Redemptive Gifts

Like many of you, I have a sense of self from insightful diagnostic inventories. Myers-Briggs identifies me as an ENTJ … Read

Be Still

In Psalm 46:10, God says to “be still and know that I am God”, and then continues by saying that … Read