A Generous Orthodoxy

My friend, Jake Decker, recommended the exceptional Revisionist History podcast to me a while back. I listened to a couple of episodes and then lost track (I still struggle with the whole podcast thing). But I recently picked the show back up and listened to the entirety of the first season in a matter of… Continue reading A Generous Orthodoxy

Labels Out

Who labels you? That’s a question I’ve been asking myself lately. I’ve struggled with labels most of my life, and now, as my daughter gets nearer to middle school, I’ve been thinking a lot about the labels we wear as people. In the opening section of the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus uses some interesting… Continue reading Labels Out

Don’t Get Weary

This is a shout out to everyone who feels like life just keeps kicking them in the teeth, day in and day out. To the people who are doing their best to keep their heads above water, their hearts in the right place, and their families from dying on the vine. This is for everyone… Continue reading Don’t Get Weary

Playing the Infinite Game

Two weeks ago, I sat and listened as author Simon Sinek described two types of business leaders: one type was playing business as a game with a definitive end, with limited resources, and the objective to win the game as quickly as possible. The other type was playing business as a game with no end,… Continue reading Playing the Infinite Game