“Good Christian women leaders/people ought to stay in their place. Disruption always does more harm than good, and legacy is reserved for the rich.”    Lies, lies and more lies. If, like me, you’d bought into that narrative, you’ve been misled.     For the past few years, I’ve been captivated by the stories of two men:
“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.” -Maya Angelou    The kind of legacy we leave will only reflect the kind of life we lived. Seems obvious, but there is a bit of irony in our tendency to romanticize the leaving,
August 17, 2018
    The airport is truly a love/hate relationship. Lines are short, traffic is smooth, TSA is friendly, and your flight is on time with no foreseeable delays… you love it.   But on the flip side, you struggle with rush hour traffic, lines out the door for security and the TSA agent didn’t have
  Say this slow…   God I need you.   I’ve learned that it is completely and utterly okay to state the mere fact the your faith is fragile, and you are longing for your Heavenly Father to give you life.   It must become a learned behavior to admit you are broken, and admit
  Alex Hitchens said it best, “No game. No guile. No girl.” Hitch hit the big screen and inspired men to raise their game and get the girl. However, fast-forward to 2018, and we’re stuck in a junior high montage of fearful men and confused women. I’ve seen too many male friends struggle to break
    Bullets ricocheted off of each locker – each pelt of the metal echoed across the crowded hallways. Each scream, each whisper, each plea for mercy echoed within that small space. We can turn the channel. We can turn a blind eye. However, we can’t stop the questions – we can’t stop the gnawing
  As I clicked “Send,” I said a quick prayer and waited for their response. I need this meeting. I need this client. I need this opportunity. I REALLY need a nap. It seemed like hours and THEN, I heard it –  the beautiful sound of victory – “You’ve got mail.” I know what you
    I turned 30 recently, and truth be told, it’s all been very anticlimactic. I don’t actually feel different, but there is a constant awareness that I am older and I should feel different. A big part of this is because I spent my 29th birthday having a pity party in anticipation of turning 30. Silly, I
  • Man Looking to Find His New Year Resolution
    Regardless of your New Year resolutions, your actions are always tied to relationships. I know it sounds cliche, but it’s true. The people that you connect with on a daily basis are the ones who determine the direction of your life.   Surround yourself with Good “Company”     Now I’m not advising