Want to Change Lives? The Most Important Part is to Just Show Up
John Sowers
By John Sowers

I was six when I first met Tom.

Before Tom, the only man I was around was my little league baseball coach. Coach Castle drove an old beater Jeep Cherokee. It had wood paneling and smelled like stale pipe smoke. Sometimes after practice, Coach Castle drove us to Terri’s Hot Dog Stand and bought us fried cherry pies. Coach didn’t talk much. So I just watched him. Squinting. Like I was looking at a lunar eclipse. Men were an anomaly. They rarely came around. Men were elusive creatures, like Snuffleupagus from Sesame Street.

Tom came to our door with a crooked smile and a busty mustache, back when they were cool. I wasn’t sure what to think of him. But the first time we hung out, Tom took me to Baskin Robins and bought me a double scoop of chocolate. I remember it dripping down my fingers onto the table. But it didn’t matter – I had a new friend […]

10 Guaranteed Best Sellers I’ll Never Write
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller

Occasionally I find myself sitting in an airport across from a little bookstore looking at whatever best sellers are featured in the facing display. I’ve bought more than a few of them, but often find myself wondering what kind of book would be guaranteed to hit the best sellers list.

I started a list of potential titles. I’ll never write any of these because I could never disappoint my family (they’d never say anything, but I would see it in their eyes.)

So, I thought I’d share my top-ten, guaranteed best selling book ideas in the form of their titles. Cultural commentary intended, I suppose […]

Has Storyline Impacted You?
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller

Now that over 10,000 people have gone through the Storyline process, we’re collecting stories from those who have read Storyline 2.0 or have attended one of our conferences. Will you take a minute and share your story with us?