Yesterday we decided we would go to a shopping centre further than ones close to home. That centre has bigger shops and more variety. This is the start of our fable of privilege. At bed time I didn’t bother setting the alarm on my iPhone like I do when I have an early start. Ingrid… Continue reading Our Fable Of Privilege
I just got back to the office from the ‘holidays’. I knew there were a lot of important and urgent things awaiting. I successfully resisted the urge to work and tried to focus on building a reserve of strength I’d need when I got back. As I imagined things are as I had imagined. At the start… Continue reading The Commitments That Suffer Most When Life Gets Hectic
I’m kinda slow in learning some things. Marriage is probably one of the most significant achievements for me… In the sense of the work it takes and that it is an exercise for the rest of our lives. Jenny Acuff gives an easy tip to create momentum in marriage. Check out her tip here.
What one tip would you give?
Too many crimes are committed in the name of honesty and truth. Some people claim to be very open people because they always speak the truth. They claim they are honest in dealing with people when they don’t like something. That is what they say. There are times I may have also used their language.… Continue reading Really? All In The Name Of Truth And Honesty
. .. This is a guest post by DJ McPhail, senior leader of Liberty Church. Follow him on @saintdj and his blog. . After founding a church and leading it for the past 20 years I learned: God has a purpose for everyone! We are all leaders: God’s purpose thrusts us all into leadership. Everyone… Continue reading What Leading A Church Has Taught Me About Life And Leadership