A More Accurate Definition of the Word Integrity. You May Have More of it Than You Thought.
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller

I recently had a conversation with somebody who I questioned in terms of their honesty. It wasn’t that tense of a conversation, but I definitely pushed back. The response I received was a long, passionate monologue about how the person had really only told one lie in their professional life and had regretted it ever since. And that may be true, but it’s not realistic. We all exaggerate. We all see the facts through our own self-serving lense. We are all, well, a mix of good and bad.

Often when we talk about the integrity we have or the…

Sunday Morning Music, Gregory Alan Isakov
Tim Schurrer
By Tim Schurrer

I got chills this morning watching this video of Gregory Alan Isakov. It brings me back to a late night conversation with one of my best friends, with this record playing on repeat in the background. I hope you enjoy…

Rise “Above” Your Problems to Find a Solution: A Word About the Importance of Vision
John Sowers
By John Sowers

After weeks of wandering in the gloomy forest, the hikers grew depressed. Fall was coming and they were lost. They trudged along; dragging their heavy feet through the dead leaves carpeting the forest. Everywhere they looked, they only saw massive trees – ‘endless lines of straight gray trunks like the pillars of some huge twilight hall.’ They were ready to quit. Finally, in frustration, the leader shouted,

Is there no end to this accursed forest? Someone must…