Monday Matters: Post Election Fallout

Post Election Fallout by Dan Leadbetter I’m on Facebook … a lot. I’m fascinated by the impact its had on our society and how in many ways, it’s connected and re-connected people who otherwise may have never met. For example, about 2 years ago,...

Throw Back Thursday: Eternity in our Hearts

Eternity in our Hearts (This blog was originally published by Jean-Marie Jobs on October 20, 2014) I talk to people all over the world about purpose, about calling. It’s a human conversation, found in each one of us. Recently, I’ve had the privilege or working with a...

Wise Words Wednesday: Emotional labor

Seth’s Blog: Emotional labor (The link to the original blog is here) That’s the labor most of us do now. The work of doing what we don’t necessarily feel like doing, the work of being a professional, the work of engaging with others in a way that...

Monday Matters: Philippine Update!

Philippine Update! By Amy Maxwell Jean and I had the most wonderful time serving some of the poorest children in the Philippines this week. Check out a fun testimony of one of the grads! “Ate Amy..hello. I would like to extend my deepest gratitude to you..thank...

Throw Back Thursday: Promises, Promises

Promises, Promises (This blog was originally published by Jean-Marie Jobs on October 13, 2014) Promise: “In a general sense, it is a declaration, written or verbal, made by one person to another, which binds the person who makes it either in honor, conscience or...

Wise Words Wednesday: God is not a Perfectionist

YMI Today Blog: God is not a Perfectionist By Rapheal Z. (The link to the original blog is here) “Another morning and I wake with thirst for the goodness I do not have,” writes the American poet Mary Oliver. This was a line that resonated with me for several...