When switching jobs I picked up somewhat of a commute. Thankfully my drive to and form work is right at 45 minutes – in good conditions – and in the past two weeks the longest commute has been right at the 1 hour mark. But during my daily fight with traffic, I have picked up on some interesting patterns.Continue Reading →
Just a quick thought on team building.
When you hear the phrase, “That’s not my job” being tossed around by coworkers something is amiss and you should probably put on the breaks real quick-like.This is a symptom of an environment made up of “track stars” on a soccer team. In other words, the culture has too many “me’s” and not enough of “we’s.”Continue Reading →
Refreshed. This word best describes how I felt after leaving Reality Boston’s worship service today. And truthfully, after the way this morning started it is certainly a surprise that I walked away with such a feeling.Continue Reading →
I am convinced that the hardest mile to run is not mile 25 of a marathon. It’s not the middle mile of a 10k where you are crossing the point at which you need to kick it to record a PR. Nope. The hardest mile is the first mile back. The starting mile.Continue Reading →
The stillness of the night forces deafness by the smallest sounds. Senses heightened yet completely relaxed, one is truly able to hear. The wind quietly singing its song while the stars light the stage. Oh what a beauty, a midnight still.
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This is the last post in this Undercover Gospel series and involves one of my favorite TV shows: Downton Abbey. The first two posts focused on the realization that two major movies (Dark Knight Rises & Argo) had Gospel undertones, if you will, that I feel contributed to their popularity. This post takes a slightly different approach and will focus on the role of the Gospel in shaping character’s lives and their identities.Continue Reading →