Are You Willing to Admit You Are a Liability to the Project You Started?
Jena Nardella
By Jena Nardella

Most founders don’t want to talk about it. Many founders aren’t even aware of it. But all founders will be susceptible to it at some point in time. It is a condition that has been appropriately, though somewhat painfully termed, Founder’s Syndrome. It is a difficult condition for all involved parties, especially if everyone but the founder knows that it exists.

I am a Founder’s Syndrome survivor. I have fought internal and external battles to ensure that I overcome it. It is not a favorable condition, and it is not an easy one to admit having, nor to be cured of. 

I don’t have children, but I have birthed a vision into the world to empower communities to work together against the HIV/AIDS and water crises in Africa. Since the age of 21, I have poured everything, and I mean everything, that I had into ensuring that the vision could become a reality. It was a 24/7 kind of job that […]

Sunday Morning Sermon – G.K. Chesterton Introduces Rudyard Kipling
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller

I used to have all of Kipling’s The God’s of the Copybook Headings memorized. And I taught a class on Chesterton’s Orthodoxy. I’d no idea that Chesterton and Kipling were ever in the same room. What a remarkable moment.

Personalities like Chesterton, C.S. Lewis and Kipling are gone now in the Christian world. Or at least they are unknown. Christian thinking is dominated by American’s who choose […]

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

From the votes last week, it sounds like we all still love the Carlton dance. What about this week? Which of these if your favorite? Vote below in the comments.