I intend to truly think through, and articulate (to the best of my ability) what I mean when I say that I am a Christian.
Here’s the truth: I almost cringe to even use the term sometimes…Christian.
My preference would be Christ Follower. Follower of Christ. Born again believer. Child of God. Even simply ‘Believer’.
And I’m not completely sure why that is, although I have a strong hunch.
I recently stumbled across the following question that has maybe changed my life.
It has certainly increased my output.
This will be a rant, and for that I apologize.
I’m sitting on a plane thinking about whether I should even write this or not.
Life is one big learning curve.
At least I hope it doesn’t flat-line anytime soon.
I’m going to process out loud here a bit and list out some things I’ve been learning lately.
Last week we raised the question ‘how should Christians conduct Business in Culture’.
While I’m not exactly sure what the answer to that is, I know one thing that does not set us apart by itself:
This subject has me thinking when I should be sleeping, and that never happens.
What affect should my faith have in my business dealings in the culture I find myself in?
There is an incorrect stereotype out there about what it takes to be a successful business person.
A while ago we were having a conversation with some friends and one of them…
The difference between what is possible and what is actual.
Referrals are truly what make the world go around.
Not google, not the yellow pages, not newspaper ads.
David and Goliath (New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2013)
Check out this subtitle: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants. The subtitle pretty much says it all. Amazing book, one of my favorite so far this year!