This Monday Memory brought by way of a post I wrote in February 2018. I love people. I like meeting with people. I hate meetings. Let me rephrase that. I don't hate meetings — just the unproductive ones that waste everyone's time... and by everyone's time, I mean my time. "Christmas may not be important to some people, but it is very important to the rest of us!" … Continue reading Run a Collaborative Meeting Without Bloodshed in 7 Steps
Yesterday marked the first completion of reading the Bible through in a year for me. 2019 was a great year of faith building and growth in Christ and I believe this was largely due to a consistent time with God in His Word and in prayer. Here I'm compiling five things that made the most … Continue reading 5 Essentials for a Better Bible Study
Pastor, writer, and communicator aficionado Andy Stanley has five questions that he asks himself while preparing a communication piece. He's most well known for his weekly teachings as the lead pastor at North Point Community Church in Alpharetta Georgia, but he is also extremely well known for his conference speaking, books and leadership podcast. It … Continue reading 5 questions to ask yourself before your next ‘Drop the Mic’ presentation
You're probably reading this on your phone. No judging here. I'm the worst at staring into my phone screen late into the evening. I think I'm developing retinal image burn and scrollyosis. Basically, I'm writing this for myself. Scrolling through Pinterest, I found this interesting article from Productive and Free called 12 Evening Habits Worth … Continue reading 8 Healthy Habits For Any Evening
If you create content, whether you're a journalist, educator, pastor, writer, etc., than you know that coming up with original content can be difficult. Writer's block is a common obstacle, especially when there are deadlines, and copying someone else's material from a website is way too easy in the dry times.I started teaching as a … Continue reading Cite Unseen: 3 Bits for a Better Bibliography
What I mean by "finding your truth" is not of a doctrinal nature, but simply uncovering your conviction as a communicator.