Tag Archives: leadership

I want to be surrounded by the broken and mended


Have you ever screwed up in an ugly and public way? It sucks. If you have any shred of self awareness it eats you alive. You lose sleep…lots of sleep. The anxiety starts to build as it becomes clear that this is not going away until you engage it head on and humble yourself before […]

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#echo13 Digital Debrief

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I had a chance to chat with some of the brilliant people who mad the Echo Conference so great. I always like to debrief events like that to capture what I learned and to check in on what I missed.

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3 Questions for Innovative Leaders


As usual, I’m the last person to see that movie everyone liked as I tend to shy away from movies with hype. I got around to seeing Money Ball last night and I have to say, as someone who doesn’t like baseball, it was, at minimum, a very entertaining movie. As a leader and innovator […]

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Teleseminar – Kicking it old school with Eric Bryant

Eric Bryant came on staff here at Gateway Church Austin at the beginning of the year and I do have to say; his disc golf game is really coming along. Once a month he does a teleseminar with various leaders and innovators in ministry type spaces and he has invited me to contribute to that […]

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Cultural Thermometer | prescription drugs

I’ve blogged in the past about the importance of church leaders taking the time to be current on issues and data that shine light on what our culture is like so that we can better meet the needs of our communities. Today WebMD published a list of the 10 most prescribed drugs in the US. […]

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