Die Empty

I really liked Todd Henry’s book The Accidental Creative and have been using it with my senior thesis students this semester. I liked it so much that I interviewed Todd for Fieldnotes a little over a year ago. The book helped me tremendously – I need to revisit it! – with thinking about creative disciplines to [Read More...]

Upward Mobility Has a Downside

Related to yesterday’s post: at The High Calling, David Rupert recently reflected on the downside to upward mobility: The Wall Street Journal article, “Hold On To Your Dream Job,” cites a survey that claims “3 in 4 employees say they have no desire to move up in their organizations.” This goes against the presumption that we are [Read More...]

Liturgy of Life

Over at the Washington Institute’s website, Madison Perry is writing about a topic that is getting a lot of play these days – the liturgies that shape our lives: Rather than painstakingly lay out how work’ is a predatory liturgy that seeks to devour all others, it could be better to consider the flip side. [Read More...]

A Fisherman’s Personality Profile

Over at The High Calling, Jen Hanno Sandbulte reminds us that the disciples weren’t in leadership positions or fancy jobs when Jesus found them: they were fisherman, and tax collectors, and so on: If you think about a fisherman’s personality profile, I’m guessing you might find many who were introverts. When Jesus found these three [Read More...]


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