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Yesterday, I wrote a post about why we wrote our book. Today, I want to share how I think about self-promotion, about marketing a project that’s very much about my wife and me. I’ve heard people say… “I’m just can’t talk about myself like that.” “I’m afraid of rejection.” And most damning, “It feels icky.” […]
Over the last thirteen years, we’ve lived for a total of nearly a year in a few different chunks at Jubilee Partners, an intentional Christian service community east of Athens, Georgia. We returned there on vacation last week. Each time we go back, we are challenged to live more simply, more passionately, and more thoughtfully. […]
There is a quiet movement afoot. Last week, 120 younger leaders in the evangelical movement got together in Madison, WI. I was privileged to be one of them. This was the first of several “younger leader gatherings” that the Lausanne movement is pulling together in each of the regions of the world. We started from […]
I aim to live life without regrets. My high tolerance for risk typically leads me to jump into things kind of brashly. Not many good opportunities drift past me unexamined or unexploited. I finished college a while ago, back in 2000. I had started following Jesus in high school. Already, I was passionate about living […]
From Len Schlesinger at the Willow Creek Association’s Global Leadership Summit: Here’s a summary: “Global poverty is unacceptable. Our failure to build logistics system means we produce too much food, and we can’t get it to people who need it. This is unacceptable. Millenials can’t look forward to a better life than their parents’. This […]
Rev. Dr. Brenda Salter-McNeil at the Willow Creek Association’s Global Leadership Summit: God convenes God’s people. Prayer: Thank you for bringing us here. Business leaders, academic leaders. From every sector! Kingdom come, will be done. Asking you to speak boldly and clearly. Derek and Brenda in England from Fuller, talking on experience in African American […]
Dear Nick, I saw your op-ed that came out last night. First, I will say something that’s difficult for me to acknowledge: I am an evangelical. I try to not use vocabulary that is so squishy, used very differently by different people. I also never really say I’m “saved” to my friends who don’t follow […]