I am fascinated by new technology. In the early years of the iPhone I was one of “those” people who waited in line for a few hours just to snag one. We live in a season of history where there is constant innovation. With every new piece of technology we see advancements that help the … More Augmented Reality – the work of the Church
I’ve recently become a commuter and I’m quickly discovering the part of commuting that is most frustrating to me. I’m sure each of us have parts of our daily drive that tend to frustrate – and perhaps my point of tension is different than yours. I really get frustrated by on-ramps and off-ramps. These mini-little … More The 2 Speeds of Life
It is a special week in the Atlanta area. While my fellow UGA and Falcons fans find themselves whispering another, “maybe next year” there is a buzz in our city because of Atlanta United. In just a few days United will host (and hopefully bring home) the MLS Cup. Atlanta and its fans are hungry … More Belonging, Bandwagon Fandom and a Thief on a Cross
When was the last time you helped someone move? There was a season of life when it felt like at least one Friday or Saturday a month was booked up with helping someone move. I am sure you have had your fair share of times hauling boxes up and down stairs for a friend. Every … More You Have More Within You
Even the most talented of people need good coaching to make the most of their opportunities. From kids running the wrong direction on the t-ball field to Olympic athletes breaking world records – coaches offer outside help so each of us can get better. I’ve loved to watch great coaching make an impact on … More Do You Have a Coach?
In recent years we have seen a series of very public implosions by major Christian leaders. If you are anything like me, each of these events evokes feelings of anger, frustration, sadness along with so many questions. How could they act this way? Don’t they know what is on the line? How do you lead … More When A Leader Fails You…
Have you ever worked with an insecure leader? It is exhausting. Insecurity is like a spilled cup of coffee – it spreads in every direction and seems to touch everything in sight. Insecurity does not play favorites – it has the ability to affect each of us equally. While things like a lack of competence … More 4 Signs of an Insecure Leader
Have you ever been frustrated when you buy a product only to find out you have to buy something else just to make the product work? Are there any other parents out there who would echo my annoyance? You get home after getting your kid a great gift only to read those dreaded words…Batteries Not … More Don’t Hide Jesus
I affectionately want to refer to 2018 as the year of spoiling for my oldest daughter. Before the year is done she will have been to Disney World 4 times. When I compare that to the 1 visit to Disney World I experienced in my first 33 years of life…well you can see why say … More Focus on the Magic
What does it mean to lead? When you picture having a role as a coach, boss or leader what are the things you picture yourself doing? What are the pressures you expect to navigate? When I consider roles of leadership and authority I instantly think of 2 mutually exclusive perspectives I have been taught over … More Who Do You Work For?