Mentoring: Stand Your Ground Part III

Today we wrap a mini-series about mentoring through the hard things. Our first post talked about the importance of offering comfort and encouragement during difficult times, with the understanding that suffering is a part of living in a fallen world, and suffering well is a mark of our Christian faith. Part II mentally prepared usContinue reading “Mentoring: Stand Your Ground Part III”

A Mentor’s Legacy

Today is my mother’s birthday. The older I get, the more I see reflections of her show up in me. I do not forget the many lessons that she taught, and am trying to instill those same values in my daughter. I’ve had the opportunity to write an article on her life and legacy thisContinue reading “A Mentor’s Legacy”

Deep Change

I am slowly recovering from a spring and summer that has been full of travel, speaking engagements, and new initiatives. Between April and the August, I found myself going from one key initiative to another. My family and I knew this season was coming and prepared for it as best we could, and now IContinue reading “Deep Change”