I’ll be celebrating my fifth work anniversary in the ministry. As I look back on my time here, I’ve listed down five things I’ve learned that can be applied in life and work (whether you work in the ministry or the marketplace).
One morning I was reflecting on what it means to walk with God. And as imperfect as this narrative was, perhaps this is what it could look like.
How strange what aging does to you. It reduces, both bloodily and aggressively, the things you thought would once make you happy.
In my previous article, I wrote about the insight that changed my view of the problem of busyness. It was this: “I am not Jesus… but I can look to Him.” A few days ago, I wrote about the first part of this statement, and today I explain the other half. Here it goes.
Is saying ‘yes’ a bad thing? From experience, the line to draw between a good and a bad kind of ‘yes’ depended on one thing.