It was a hard fall. And winter. And spring.
What if the key to the kingdom of God was the one thing you never expected?
A couple months ago, I was living in South Africa. Our power went out regularly, our water was kind of chunky some days, and there was a fair amount of crime.
I’ve recently come to the conclusion that I’m a “two-talent person.”
Leadership. Even the word sounds complicated and nebulous.
I know—nobody enjoys confessing their sins. But I tend to think it’s even worse for perfectionists like me.
As we sat side by side watching our kids’ practice, he showed concern about an issue with his son. I could relate.
Summer is so often a season of in-betweens. You might be in between sophomore year and junior year, college and grad school, one job and another, even one part of the world and another.
I used to think a leader was someone who knows a lot, talks a lot, and works a lot.
I used to do some freelance writing for eHow.com. With one tab open to Google, I wrote article after article of instructions on painting bookshelves and booking hotels in rural Alabama.