Category: Parenting

  • An Epidemic of Selfishness

    Several former heroes and people of influence from the youth group era of my life have crashed and burned recently. At times it has led me to exclaim, “Are there no heroes left who can finish well?” I feel like the frequency in which I hear of friends and former students walking away from God […]

  • Resiliency

    “A whole lot of Christians want to change the world, but not change ourselves.” –Christine Caine I am a disciple maker and teacher. I’ve been doing this for 23 years and have challenged thousands to grow and change. That withstanding, my greatest challenge lies in growing two little boys into disciples! Lately, I’ve been thinking […]

  • Top Books of 2014

    Each year, one of the popular features of NoSuperHeroes is a look back at the best books I’ve read in 2014. Take a look at my list and add your favorites in the comments section below. Here, in no particular order, are the top books of 2014. [amazon_image id=”B005EH36QE” link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]With: Reimagining the Way […]

  • When the Extraordinary becomes Ordinary

    As readers of this blog know, I recently blogged the Catalyst 14 conference in Atlanta. The lineup was full of world-class speakers such as Andy Stanley, Tim Keller, Matt Chandler, Charles Duhigg, and more. Worship was led by Matt Redman. Through my time there I interacted with a number of other volunteers from the local […]

  • Does our Parenting Reflect our Leadership?

    I was shocked with a revelation the other day. Many of the things I do to my children, I would never dream of doing in my leadership. Parenting and leadership have many similarities even though the tools are applied in radically different ways. Most people would describe me as a gracious, releasing, and encouraging leader. […]

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