One of the basic principles of leadership is recentering. Life in our sinful, broken world has a natural drift to it, one that tends to carry us far away from the truth of the Gospel. We need to be aware that this constant drift not only affects those we lead, where it’s effects may be more […]Read More Leaders: Where does your strength come from?
Research has shown pornography’s effect on the brain is as potent as cocaine or heroin, and other studies have shown that a porn addiction is as equally difficult to kick as it’s chemical counterparts, involving withrdawels, emotional mood swings and requiring phsyical distance from the substance. There is no magic pill. We are all sexually broken. We are […]Read More How to Fight Porn, Pt. 2
Originally featured at Millennial Leader I had a professional setback a few weeks ago. After months of preparation, one of my professional goals didn’t come to fruition the way I was hoping and honestly, it was difficult and frustrating to process. It’s moments like these that I, like many of us millennials are tempted to […]Read More Lean into the Hard Stuff
This post was also featured in Millennial Leader. You can check it out here. “Those who are not true leaders will just affirm people at their own immature level.” – Richard Rohr Confrontation. No one likes it, and yet if there’s one thing that stands between an average leader and a great leader is his ability […]Read More Why Leaders Must Confront
Here’s 14 reasons why we must not steal music from artist, and digital innocence is now over. Simply put. If you like music, buy it. For the full article, go here. (1) No, artists can’t simply tour and sell t-shirts. It doesn’t work. In fact, shockingly few indie artists can pull this off, except for […]Read More The Death of our Digital Innocence.
In an age where increasingly more and more in our culture is expected to be free, to a generation who has everything at our fingertips and expects to pay precious little for it, music is absolutely no exception. In fact, our iTunes libraries, may be good indicators of our perspective on entitlement. Regardless of political […]Read More The dangers of stealing music.
When discussing film with other believers I run across two main veins of thought. The first being less prevalent than in years past, but continue to leave a stain on the Christian sector, the idea that all ‘secular’ forms of culture, usually corrolating to the arts (specifically movies and music) is affected by the […]Read More God and Film, pt. 3