What Is Your “Why”?

What Is Your “Why”?

At one point or another you’ve probably said, “I have the best job in the world!”—and in the moment you whole-heartedly meant it. You love what you do, or at least you’re in love with the idea of what you do. Investing in the next generation ensures the continuation of the gospel. That should be motivation enough, right? Unfortunately, it’s not. I’m not saying you shouldn’t have an emotional connection to your ministry. I am saying your calling is more than a vague and overarching purpose... Read More
Calling Over Comfort: 3 Honest Questions

Calling Over Comfort: 3 Honest Questions

The gym I go to to has this sign on the wall that compares heart rates to how you’re feeling, all to help motivate people who want to improve their fitness. For example, the lowest threshold should feel like you’re still sitting on your couch—you’re probably not trying all that hard. On the other hand, at the highest threshold, you feel like you’re going to pass out. We’re human, so there is such a thing as pushing too hard. That’s why there are emergency stop buttons on treadmills. If you... Read More