Learning to Value the High Calling of Your Daily Work

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It’s a little strange to have your first 8-to-5 job at an online platform called “The High Calling.” Working for a website about work is weirdly meta, like a teacher teaching teaching skills or a salesperson selling sales tactics. I find myself writing sentences like “God inspires us synchronize the work of our hands, minds, [Read More...]

Everything Matters: Hospitality as a Cultural Act

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Foundationally, rock-bottomly, one of the reasons Christianity calls so deeply to me is that everything matters. This includes hospitality. Eating together matters. When we ask people to join us in this deeply human ritual, it can be accompanied by blessing without regard to person, place, or wealth. The first time I connected a meal with the [Read More...]

A Warning for Self-Serving Leaders

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Ezekiel 34:1-10 Human one, prophesy against Israel’s shepherds. Prophesy and say to them, The LORD God proclaims to the shepherds: Doom to Israel’s shepherds who tended themselves! Shouldn’t shepherds tend the flock? You drink the milk, you wear the wool, and you slaughter the fat animals, but you don’t tend the flock. (CEB) Ezekiel 34:2-3 [Read More...]

[VIDEO] Building a Platform: How to get your ideas to spread

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How would Jesus build a platform for his message? I guess you could do it any way you want when, well, you know, you’re God. What I find fascinating it that he did it by doing some of the verythings Seth Godin speaks of in this video. He was different, and remarkable. It doesn’t take [Read More...]

Throw Out the Marketing Campaign and Start a Real Conversation

Gone are the days when a company can take its time responding to an issue, getting all the experts to weigh in, verifying the situation, and then contemplating and coordinating a proper response. Now you have hours at best. You have to know enough to be able to move — and move now. [Read more...]

Who’s Influencing Whom? Making a Difference in the Workplace

It was just a joke, guy banter in the break room. It was funny and very inappropriate. My conscience burned that night. I shouldn’t have laughed. Why did I laugh? It wasn’t the first time I acted in ways contrary to my Christian faith. Why are people able to influence me so easily? [Read more...]


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