If there is anything that describes the time in which we currently live it’s an acceleration of waves. This is a picture I can grasp in my mind. Waves of change. Waves that get bigger and bigger and crash to the shore with more frequency. We can be caught off balance. We can be sweptContinue reading “The challenge of waves”
Tag Archives: Change
Change is going to come
One of the fun things in my life right now is working with organizations who are touching the “least of these.” Lately I’ve been meeting with folks who have found passion for change in a particular area of society. They are invested with passion and look for true change to come. They are in itContinue reading “Change is going to come”
The only constant is change
I think I hate change. I think I hate disruption in my patterns and routines. My fantasy thinking is there should be no change. Yet, change is constant. Our bodies changes on the cellular level constantly. As I age, I grouse about the changes I feel on a bigger level in my body. Still, IContinue reading “The only constant is change”
One year ago we walked out of our house in Minneapolis for the last time. Our truck was packed and headed to Alabama. Life was about to shift in a major way.
Today this thought came to me: “Die, then change.”
We are at that moment
This church has stepped into a new era that is exciting. Yet, we’re still by the Jordan River. We’ve just crossed. There is a whole new land to take.
2016.08.14 – The Challenge of Change
“2016.08.14 – The Challenge of Change” A sermon from Heights Church. More information at HeightsChurchMN.org Subscribe in an RSS reader or on iTunes
Turning bitter to sweet
Life is possible. Change is possible. We don’t have to abide in bitterness. We don’t have to ignore the poisonous situation. We can bring the change needed.
The Lobster Story
This weekend we had our annual Leadership Training at the church. It was an incredibly significant time because we are in the midst of huge transitions. Our church property is for sale, we’re looking at a new property, adding a business… and so much more. It is a call for transformational thinking. I centered my teachingContinue reading “The Lobster Story”