The secret to progress may not be seeing your desired future but seeing your current cycles. Let me explain. In The Fifth Discipline, Peter Senge argues for systems thinking. We must change from thinking in lines to thinking in circles. In … [Read more...] about The Ironic Secret to Progress
Archives for November 2012
In a world of celebrity and appearances and protocol, I am so impressed with this story Tim Challies relays: "It was a long time ago, in the summer of 1966, that Doug (Nichols was working for Operation Mobilization and was stationed in London … [Read more...] about From Celebrity Pastor to Simple Journeyman
WRECKEDWhen a Broken World Slams into Your Comfortable LifeBy Jeff Goins Wrecked: When a Broken World Slams into Your Comfortable Life by Jeff Goins describes the journey from complacency to sensitivity, from indifference to compassion. Being … [Read more...] about Wrecked by Jeff Goins
THE PASTORA MemoirBy Eugene Peterson The Pastor is a memoir-styled look at Eugene Peterson's 28 years of pastoral ministry. He chronicles his call, his tenure, his lifestyle in and departure from pastoring. As a pastor myself, I found his … [Read more...] about The Pastor by Eugene Peterson
From time to time, someone asks me what Bible study tools I use. Aside from commentaries and reference books, I often use the ESVBible.org as my starting point. In addition to the free features (search, audio, personal note-taking, etc.), the ESV … [Read more...] about Online Bible Study Tools
I've been thinking a lot about this quote from Seth Godin: "If you don't have time to do it right, how will you find time to do it over?" If you don't have time to eat right, how will you find time to lose 20 pounds?If you don't have time to … [Read more...] about How Will You Find Time?