Tag: burnout

  • Improving on Perfection

    When you merge something with impurities into something pure, it brings corruption. In mathematics, we know a negative and a positive equals a negative. As broken and flawed humans, we cannot improve the work of Christ by something we do, say, feel, or think. Many times we are told the way to be a good […]

  • 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 […]

  • Walking in Your Passion While Still Being Useful

    “May I never lose the wonder, oh the wonder of your mercy”. This line from Matt Redman’s song [amazon_link id=”B00KZ44UWA” target=”_blank” ]Mercy[/amazon_link] has the power to bring tears to my eyes. Grace is my passion. It is my One Big Thing. It is what brings tears to my eyes when I see its absence. It […]

  • Tipping the Scale

    495550 old scales

    Today is the 3rd Anniversary of NoSuperHeroes. In honor of this, I have re-engineered the first-ever post, editing it and sprucing it up a bit. As you will see, we started with an emphasis on grace and relationship with God. Three years and 324 posts later, this is still the goal. Hope you’ve enjoyed the […]

  • Stay in Your Lane

    The past few days I’ve been blogging from Atlanta, Georgia at the Catalyst 2014 Conference. The conference has finished, but with so much truth to chew on we need time to process it all. Every year Catalyst introduces me to a speaker which I have not previously heard, but gives a message which resonates with my […]

1 2 3 8
Next Page