We are often caught up in commercialism, busy schedules, and burn out, but McKeown discusses and provides the groundwork for you to build a life pursuing less. Less distractions, less clutter, less appointments so we can focus on what really matters and offering our highest contribution to the world. Do less, but better. “It’s not about getting more done in less time. It’s about getting only the right things done.” His goal is to help you stop making one millimeter of progress in a million directions by asking one powerful question, “what will I say no to?”
Brennan Manning is probably most known for his work The Ragamuffin Gospel. This book argues for the furious love and grace of God for the ragamuffins in His flock. It is one of the few books I have ever read twice, and for good reason. Manning is a powerful writer and has great insight in each of his writings. Here are twenty of his most powerful quotes from some of his writings.
Today America inaugurates Donald Trump as its 45th President. The country is extremely divided over the outcome of this election. The possibility of what may transpire over the next four to eight years spreads either hope or horror among the masses. Today I share with you why I will not pledge my allegiance to Donald Trump.
CS Lewis is undoubtedly a giant in the faith. He has had a tremendous impact on faith, theology, and literature. You can read about his amazing transformation, and even his group of friends “the inklings” with a quick google search. Beyond his transformation, groups of friends, or his personal theology, CS Lewis wrote some of the most incredible material throughout his years. Here are 21 inspiring quotes from the late and great CS Lewis.
I recently saw a video of a man claiming to be a pastor walk in to a mall filled with families and children waiting in line to see ‘Santa.’ He then proceeded to yell out that Santa was not real to these families, while also trying to preach Jesus to them. So, let’s tackle this issue: Christians, Santa, and Evangelism at the mall.
When conflict arises between you and a co-worker, your spouse, or your neighbor there is typically a “winner” and a “loser.” I know, and can admit, I have a bad habit of wanting to be right when there’s some sort of disagreement. What if we each could learn to master the “101 rule” for conflict resolution?