Month: June 2014

First Ideas, Then Results

First Ideas, Then Results

I have an affinity for entrepreneurs. They are often identified (mistakenly) as risk-takers who don’t calculate before acting. Nothing could be further from the truth. They work hard to eliminate as much risk as possible, but having done that they are willing to make the move. This is why I love watching the process of true entrepreneurs eliminating risk to give themselves the best chance of ...[Read More]

Jesus Is Just Alright

Jesus Is Just Alright

In the last few years I have been paying closer attention to some deep, permanent shifts affecting the church. It’s easy for Boomers to label Millennials and say, “They’ll come around when they have a few more years of life under their belt,” but the truth is while a number of these changes are welcome, there are some that are fundamental and, frankly, disturbing. One of these is the growing attra ...[Read More]