Do You Filter Your Relationships? You Probably Should.

Donald Miller

Growing up as a Christian I was taught I should forgive and accept everybody. I still believe that. But what forgiving and accepting has looked like over the years has changed. One of the best pieces of advice I’ve received was given to me by my friend Ben. We were taking a break from a […]

What You Can Learn About Being Yourself From Duck Dynasty

Donald Miller

How hard would it be to stay “yourself” after becoming extremely successful? Last year the Storyline team got to spend a few days with Willie and Korie Robertson. To be honest, I was a little star struck. And more than intimidated. What do you say to one of the most recognizable couples in America? And […]

5 Articles I Sent My Staff This Week

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. How to Avoid Making A Huge Mistake […]

The Devastating Power of Lies in a Relationship

Donald Miller

I’ve only had two friends (that I know about) who’ve looked me in the eye and told me lies. Both of them were trying to cover up mistakes. I certainly had grace for their mistakes, but I’ve wondered looking back if I didn’t have grace for their lies. Neither of these two friends are in […]

Why Feeling Sorry For Yourself Makes You Destined to Fail

Donald Miller

I’ve a friend who can’t hold a job. He’s actually had some great jobs, but he can’t keep them. And for each job he’s lost, he has a story about how bad his boss was, what an idiot he was, and how hard he was to work with. I’m sure my friends bosses have had […]

5 Articles I Sent My Staff This Week

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. . 3 Ways to Push Your Team […]

How to Make Complicated Problems Very Simple

Donald Miller

Last week Betsy and I took our first vacation since our Honeymoon and it was great. We rented a convertible and drove up the California coast, stopping each night to stay with friends. The sunshine was incredible, the wine was terrific and the conversations were great. The only problem was the water. And it’s a […]

How Do So Many Good People Get Away With Bad Things?

Donald Miller

A couple weeks ago I watched a documentary called Happy Valley about the recent controversy surrounding the Penn State football program. It’s a terribly sad story, mostly centering around former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky having molested and raped many young boys he recruited through his program for at-risk kids called The Second Mile. The documentary […]

Five Articles I Sent My Staff This Week

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.

You Can Live A Better Story. We Can Help.

Donald Miller

Do you feel like you should be having a great impact on the world than you already are? Are you tired of “being inspired” but not having a plan you can act on? Do you want to be accepted into a community of people who share your desire to live a meaningful life? Come join […]

Before You Get Married, Do You Need to Talk About Money And Sex?

Donald Miller

Before my wife and I got married, I called my counselor friend Al to see if he would do our pre-marital counseling for us. His response really surprised me. He said basically, “no” and then explained how he didn’t like to do pre-marital counseling in the way you typically think about pre-marital counseling. The reason […]