The topic of conversation was the process of head-knowledge becoming real at the heart-level. Then the person I was talking with asked me, “How do you know when that change has occurred?” Unprepared to answer that question, I briefly paused and then gave the first answer that came to mind: “When I no longer feel … Continue reading I am the Pharisee
I don't care if you're starting a business or having a baby, a general rule for naming anything is that simplicity should trump creativity. If people look at your business name and are not sure how to pronounce it, then they are less likely to repeat it. That of course is the opposite of the … Continue reading Choosing a Name
The last few years I’ve become very connected with a number of Christian families who home-school. When I finally have children of my own, I think I would like to go that direction as well. I was in public school all the way through. What I felt when I was going through the system was … Continue reading Systems of Education
Jesus, speaking to Peter one on one: "I assure you: when you were young, you would tie your belt and walk wherever you wanted. But when you grow old, you will stretch out your hands and someone else will tie you and carry you where you don't want to go." He said this to signify … Continue reading What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?
Let me tell you, it's waking up with the feeling that you’ve wasted most of your twenties. Here’s the thing about that; I can rationalize things one direction or another, like, what if I had done this, or what if I done that? However, the real truth is, I believe that God would have taught … Continue reading Which Way Should I Go?
Mindset During my time at a small Christian college, I noticed that the best performing students were often the non-traditional ones. Why? Hunger, I suppose. Great desire. Being older, life experience surely played a key role; they had bigger frames of reference for everything. It seems like the more information you have, the more questions … Continue reading Education