2021 Year in Review: Posts
‘Tis the season for everyone’s version of a top ten list. Here are – in no particular order – some of the most read posts from the last twelve months. If you haven’t read ’em, they’re brand new to you!
(And stick around: on Thursday I’ll roll out the top ten books I read this year.)
What if we could use our plans to be fully present with people, and not shirk people to get back to our plans?
Oh, and speaking of shirking people, maybe (just maybe), there are times that we should.
This one got a lot of traction this year. Slow down and read it.
Do you feel frustrated where you are? Maybe you don’t need to change pastures, but change postures.
What an Old Testament king’s failed legacy teaches us all about leadership.
God is still faithful to complete the work he started, even if it feels like your work is starting over.
A healthy guest services culture is about way more than parking cars and pouring coffee.
All your grandmothers’ maiden names belong to us.
2022’s gonna see a lot of baby pics on this blog. My apologies in advance.
We don’t have to love people’s opinions, but we do have to love people.