Let the story of the Jordan River inspire you at work, whether you are crossing the river as the Israelites or leading others across like the Levitical Priests.
Facing Your Jordan River: Walking in the Shoes of the Israelites
For most of us, at some point early on in our career, we could relate to the Israelites. You may not have wandered the woods for 40 years, but chances are, you’ve been in their shoes – face to face with a life defining moment with no other option but to...
What Would It Take?
What would it take to double our revenue in 2022? Increase our talent density? Land the dream partner?
3 Types of Transitions
Whether it’s leaving a career and launching out on our own or simply taking on new responsibility in our current role, one thing seems to hold true: transitions rarely go exactly as we planned.
Working Within Your Limits
I have a hunch that you can do a lot of things. I bet you can teach and train, administrate and organize, reach out to potential clients, and follow up on current ones. I don’t doubt that you have acquired enough knowledge to weigh in on most of the topics...
Workplace Psalms of Ascent
The lives of the faithful in ancient Israel were oriented around a calendar of worship to help them stay connected to God and true to their identity. Every year they would take a journey to Jerusalem – the physical and symbolic center of their identity,...
12 Life Lessons You Can Learn From Masters Champion Scottie Scheffler
May we all see life and work, both the stressors and the successes, through our faith lens.
Stop Running From Rest
Work is often made to look like a villain in discussions about rest, but we need both. Without work, life lacks crucial elements that are impossible to gain in any way besides work. Work actually makes the rest viable and meaningful.
Cultivating A Change of Heart
Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will. Romans 12:2
Belong, Become, Believe
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Most people don’t know much about St. Patrick’s Day beyond; you’d better wear green or you’ll get pinched, at some point we’ll see a clip of the Chicago River dyed green, and the places we go for lunch or dinner will be serving...