It was Tuesday morning. We walked out of our Florida home for the last time. Our daughter, who was going into 10th grade, fell into the passenger seat next to me in our little Datsun 210. Our son, who was going into 8th grade, climbed up into the largest Hertz rental truck we could find, […]
For the past several weeks, I’ve asserted that great leadership has its start beneath the surface, with roots that include relationships, values and heroes. It’s important leaders to align the expression of leadership with one’s true self in order to lead as an authentic, integrated person. Period, new paragraph. Now I want to take the […]
You may surely eat of tree of the garden, but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat of it you shall surely die. (Genesis 2:16-17) One little command. How hard could that possibly be? Look, here’s a beautiful garden full of […]
Featured Articles on Trans·formed This Week What Did God Do after Adam and Eve Sinned? A Child’s Answer Reveals a Big Problem(Marc Cortez): Apparently we’d done a great job talking about God’s disappointment and righteous anger in the garden. But we’d completely neglected making sure she understood how much more there was to the story. […]
Thanks to everyone who participated in this week’s contest to win two books on the mission of the church. But there can only be one winner. And this week’s winner is… Matthew George Congratulations Matthew! Send me an email with your contact information, and I’ll get those books shipped right over to you.