A Pastor’s Reflection on Coming Out of The Closet
JJ Peterson
By JJ Peterson

Some days I am not that strong. A little over a year ago I came out of the closet after nearly three decades of trying to convince myself that what I knew wasn’t true. This past year has been spent slowly telling my family, my friends, and even my former co-workers from time spent on […]

Why Mitt Romney Lost The Election And Why Hillary Might Lose, Too
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller

Mitt Romney lost the election for many reasons, but the main reason might be that he rode into town as the hero. He kept talking about his qualifications to be President, rather than telling the story of the voter. Americans don’t care whether a candidate is a hero. They didn’t vote for John McCain, nor […]

Five Articles I Sent My Staff This Week
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller

As a staff, we are committed to learning and growing, both professionally and personally. One of the ways we do that is by reading. Below are some of the most current things we’re reading together. If you’re in need of something great to read this weekend, start here. Shut Down Your Office. You Now Work […]

4 Ways to Get A 15 Minute Vacation Every Day
Mike Foster
By Mike Foster

We make it to work on time. We plan social events. We pick the kids up from practice. Then we pull out our phones and plug in another date and time. If we can very easily plan away our days, why is it so hard to find a moment for ourselves? Today’s busy society makes […]