It’s counterintuitive: to prepare for bigger things, God makes us smaller. But here’s why it’s important to serve before you lead (and serve while you lead).
A tribute blog post to my father on this Father’s Day, where I write about all the ways my dad is a good, good father to me.
My friend, Ryan, has a saying that there are ‘no such thing as coincidences’. Perhaps he’s wrong and the world is just perfectly timed coincidences; but I’d like to think otherwise.
Let go and let God – it sounds so easy, but the reality of forgiveness takes surrender and time.
We always talk about just do it, just take the leap. Now I talk about what happens after you take the leap.
In the final post about the future, I talk about knowledge, wisdom and discernment, and why discernment is the most important of the three.
In a world that’s getting lonelier and more isolated, I write about how we look forward to the future (especially my wedding celebration) – with others in it.
Diversity is more than just a buzzword – I believe it’s what the workplace should already be. I also include 3 tips to make diversity is reality instead of what we aspire to be.
When religion fails to change people, I talk about how “conversion is the hand-raise; falling in love is the heart-shift.”
An ode to love that isn’t just romance (but romance is included!)