Richard Watts is an advisor to the richest families in America – families with liquid assets topping $100 million. Over the years these “super-rich” individuals have shared their most intimate secrets and struggles with Richard. In his book Fables of Fortune: What Rich People Have That You Don’t Want, Richard… Read More
“Contrary to popular belief, most mission trips and service projects do not: empower those being served, engender healthy cross-cultural relationships, improve quality of life, relieve poverty, change the lives of participants [or] increase support for long-term missions work.” -Robert Lupton in Toxic Charity: How Churches and Charities Hurt Those They… Read More
Daniel Levinson studied the lives of hundreds of adult men and discovered that we actually are a lot like children. (No “I told you so”, ladies.) Just as children progress through clear stages of development, so Levinson discovered that men do too. Every stage is given a name and detailed… Read More
In the 9th grade my Sunday School teacher brought this book to class about the things Christians are most afraid to talk about. 20 Hot Potatoes Christians Are Afraid To Touch by Tony Campolo. We talked through a chapter each week, tackling topics like AIDS, women in ministry and masturbation.… Read More
There’s no shortage of resources for the self-obsessed. Are you a D, I, S, or C? An INTJ or an ESTJ? A beaver or a lion?
I’m a little cynical and a lot skeptical about it all. Can you tell?
I’ve taken all these tests – against my will – and walked away from each with a new label and little else. But Strengths Finder 2.0 actually helped me immediately in very practical ways. View Post
The Jesus Storybook Bible has been made available to every family in our church. And, as a church family, we’re walking through it together. There are daily readings, questions for us to talk about with our kids all week long. View Post