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Category: blogging

Blogging: What It Got Right and What It Got Wrong

I’ve been writing on this space and others that were precursors to this space for about 11 years now. After graduating college I realized nearly all my favorite writers were putting their writing on their own websites and making it available for free. I was shocked! After a while of just reading blogs, I started […]


Category: blogging

Why I Write Less (among other reasons)

I used to post here six or seven times a week. Then I wrote five days a week. Then three days a week…you see where this is going. Now I’m lucky when I get a post up here once a week. It’s been a slow fade, but a fade nonetheless. I have plenty of reasons. […]


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Too Busy Pointing Fingers

In recent months I’ve found my online status updates slowing to a crawl. I don’t have the energy for it. I use Twitter less (and I love Twitter), I use Facebook less (and still hate it), and I definitely write for this blog less often (I shared about that here). When I first started this […]


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A Top Heavy Life (or Why Bloggers Quit and Pastors Burnout)

I’ve watched Deadliest Catch on Discovery Channel off and on since it started almost a decade ago. Partially because Rose and I have a family friend on the show, and partially because I like to imagine whether I could withstand the difficulty of the job. Just about every season there is an ice storm that […]


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Looking Back

I can’t think of a more life-altering year, than 2013 was for me. Throughout the year, despite having any number of excuses to quit, I held myself to writing consistently. In fact, on a number of occasions I think writing helped me stay sane, cause operating on very little sleep for weeks on end starts […]


Category: blogging

Becoming a Leader When No One Lets You Lead

Today and Thursday I’m going to be posting on the subject of leadership, specifically with younger leaders in mind. I find that younger leaders often feel passed over, discounted, and disrespected. Because of this many younger leaders never come to realize that they are leaders and their potential to influence our world for Christ is […]


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