Saturday Morning Cereal: The Best Viral Videos We Found This Week
Tim Schurrer
By Tim Schurrer

The street musician won your vote last week — what a beautiful song! How about this week? Which of these is your favorite?

A Simple Example of Redeeming What’s Been Broken
Mike Foster
By Mike Foster

I love music. And I love pianist Nils Fraham.

Recently, Nils broke his thumb. Which is really bad news for a professional pianist.

He had shows to do. Commitments to fulfill. Projects to complete. And now a much needed thumb was broken and in a cast.

So for a few days he […]

What if the Temptation to Be Impressive is Keeping Us From Connecting?
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller

A novelist I respect named James Scott Bell gave some writing advice I think applies to more than just fiction. In his book Conflict and Suspense he says, “Perfect people are not interesting to us. We need to see flaws in the characters as well as strengths.”

He’s talking about building conflict into a story, of course, but I think there’s something true about this idea in life, too.

In the past I’ve had friends who’ve […]