Treating others as you want to be treated is a no-brainer and yet it is something we often forget. I love this from John Maxwell. Continue reading “7 Causes of Unrest Among Workers”
I love reading. I love books. I love information. So, working in a library is a dream job for me.
One of my tasks at SEBTS’s Library is stewarding social media and providing interesting and helpful content to our seminary community. This means I often find great books and quotes on reading and other library related topics. The quote below is from The Pocket University: The Guide to Reading (9-10). Continue reading “On Reading: Friends and Enemies”
“What is Jesus going to think when you get to heaven and have all those tattoos?”
This is what Nicki asked me during a band practice break in Boulder, Colorado. Nicki was our mandolin player and a Cornell educated mountain woman. I was a newly converted 20-something struggling to find my place in a band that was playing dozens of shows in bars around Colorado. I chuckled at Nicki’s question and replied, “Jesus isn’t concerned about my tattoos. I am totally accepted because he lived and died for me.” Continue reading “Shame, Guilt, and Tattoos in the Pulpits and Pews”
C.S. Lewis had a way with words. Lewis’ way with words is ever evident in his personal letters.
Continue reading “C. S. Lewis: “…almost the greatest evil nasty people can do us…””