What a year we’ve lived through. Death has been the dominant narrative. The fear is palatable. An election is upon us. There’s a song I’m loving lately that captures the tension I’ve been feeling between my own sadness and God’s goodness … [Read more...] about Unity Without Truth is a Lie
One year ago today I did a crazy thing. I said goodbye to a great job. I closed a chapter of my career and started a new story. New can seem so shiny and exciting, at least at first. But then there’s that element of the unknown, … [Read more...] about How to Live in the Present
This spring, I got wrecked by a wave. At Melbourne Beach with my mom and nephew, I was wading near the shore, worried about cold, salty splashes (standard for the Atlantic in April). Meanwhile, my 6-year-old nephew convinced my mom … [Read more...] about For When the Waves Come
Have you ever taken a break from Facebook … Instagram … social media in general? Maybe you couldn’t bear one more baby announcement. You were sick of seeing selfies of sunbathers at the beach. You lost it when you saw that last shot of … [Read more...] about Tempted to quit social media? Try this instead.
I’m writing about one of my biggest regrets and three lessons I’ve learned looking back. At the end, you'll also find a free book guide just for you. About this time 13 years ago, I quit my dream job, a decision that would later become one … [Read more...] about Reframing Regret: 3 Life Lessons