Reading N.T. Wright with a group: The Resurrection of The Son Of God

I have tried various kinds of book discussion groups before, some with great success, and some not so much. After watching this video of Matt Brievogel at OneLife, I rushed out and bought one of the books he was using as a dumbbell:  The Resurrection of the Son of God (Christian Origins and the Question…


Two Excerpts I Want You To Read

Here are two excerpts from “The Forgotten Ways” by Alan Hirsch A Note to Leaders and Introduction: http://www.cmaresources.org/files/ForgottenWaysHandbook-excerpt.pdf and Introduction and Chapter 1 – Confessions of a Frustrated Missionary: http://assets.bakerpublishinggroup.com/processed/book-resources/files/Hirsch.pdf? 1362591025 I’m not sure if I’m allowed to link to these or not, which is why I am not hosting them on my own pages but leading you back to their original sites.

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Global Leadership Summit 2011, Part 2: Leonard A. Schlesinger

(Might have something to do with the fact that I’ve become an entrepreneur in the last year and a lot of what he said was really promising and exciting, vs. the usual song you hear when you are starting your own business that has a repeating chorus singing “you will fail, you will fail, you will fail.”) … I think they would have benefited a lot from just focusing on the next month rather than thinking they had to discover their lifelong vocation at 22. Notes_Page_19.png When you fail at something, like say, running a coffee filled backpack business, you learn something that nobody else knows.