If you’re a leader walking into or through a season of burnout, you must address the pain and tend to the wounds, and you will almost always need help doing so. It’s hard to be, as the late Henri Nouwen termed it, a wounded healer.
Today, I’m reflecting on Danny Kirk’ss life, which reminds me about the goodness and faithfulness of God, the potential for any of us to really love other people deeply.
I loved my Dad. He passed away just a week ago (June 2, 2023) at the age of 74, peacefully in his sleep. I’ve written a bit of a tribute post about that good arm and what it taught me about taking a leap of trust over at the Walk Humble blog.
A letter written from my to my son, Sam, on his 13th birthday in which I share wisdom about life in the teen years and on into adulthood.
In our western, modern culture, we’re productivity-oriented. We add. We rarely subtract. Subtraction isn’t normally used as a measurement of growth for us. For many of us, the most important question we can answer isn’t ‘what should I be doing?’ It’s what should I UNdo?
These ten books are highly recommended for those who may be exploring their faith more deeply or walking through a season of deconstruction and doubt.
Deep in the heart of every leader I've ever met lurks a daunting question that casts a shadow over every major challenge we ever face: Am I up to this? When I went to take the test for my driver's license... When I enrolled in college... When I bought the ring to...
White supremacy has infected every area of society and culture and as more people become willing to discover it, root it out, and replace it with real equality, the more we will enable the true flourishing of the whole human family.
There are plenty of books and speeches recommending that you focus in on only one career or purpose. But what if you are wired to do multiple things well?
Slow down your body! To put it simply, when you feel insulted, attacked, or offended, your body speeds up. It’s like pressing on the gas pedal to escape a pursuer. And the faster your mind works, the harder it is to control.