Perception is everything and informs the way you see and interact with the world. Who do you let control your own lens of perception.
Don’t shy away from the things that scare you just because it’s safe to avoid them.
Knowing who you are, where you stand, and being able to hold your ground when challenged is the difference between living and living in fear – the latter of which I would argue is no sort of living at all.
Lacking self-confidence is dangerous, and over-confidence can cost your life. Both rock climbers and programmers should know their limits.
I cried in church this week. If you know me very well you also know that me crying, particular in public, is a rare occurrence. My only consolation is the fact that I wasn’t the only in the congregation with damp eyes. We are deep in a series on Paul’s letter to the Philippians – after over […]
Last weekend I had the chance to see a truly amazing concert. But what made the night even better was the remarkable woman with whom I attended the concert. Frankly, one of my best Saturday nights all year. Great music, great messages, great company, and great conversation. But that conversation was actually quite convicting. On […]