Prepare: An Advent Devotional

Prepare: An Advent Devotional

Even though it is the start of the Lenten season I’ve been over here with the Christmas tunes blaring with a sense of gratitude that it’s still cold and dreary here in Texas to set the tone while I write and edit.  I am so excited to announce that I am...
The Temptation of Mess

The Temptation of Mess

There are quite a few misconceptions out there around what it looks like to be an entrepreneur. Thanks in part to social media, its often portrayed as strings of meetings in hip coffee shops and lounging in palatial, well lit and stylish home offices. I work at a desk...

February Reads 2019

This month was short, but I was able to tuck into some really great reads. In total I read 7 books. This month was a little sporadic not just in my reading time but also in what I selected. I have been trying to use the library more (hello, book budget!) but that...
What is Money For?

What is Money For?

I was sitting across the table from a church leader as he outlined why the congregation I was consulting with couldn’t continue it’s brief path towards transformation. “You see,” he said “I am a fiscal conservative and as our expenses stay the same but our income...
Resources for a Thoughtful Black History Month

Resources for a Thoughtful Black History Month

For several years I have been on my own journey of growth when it comes to race, racism and thinking through the systems of power that we are born into that privilege some while placing at disadvantage others. I started with a year-long commitment to read only authors...
A Book of Uncommon Prayer

A Book of Uncommon Prayer

I first shared these reflections as a guest editor over on Stuff You’ll Probably Like but thought you might like to read them here… Psalm 138:1-8 I give you thanks, O LORD, with my whole heart; before the gods I sing your praise I bow down toward your holy...

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