Just finished reading Humble Roots, and Tim Challies' review echoes my thoughts exactly. Great book! Hannah Anderson offers poignant metaphors for embracing humility. She and her husband (who is a pastor) are also fellow Virginians, so it's like visiting with a neighbor.
The first two attitudes I covered were Assume the Best and Be Gracious. In this last entry of this series, I'm attempting to share what I believe is only possible for people of faith. In the previous two entries, I've said: As a follower of Jesus and a preacher, I could supply biblical foundations for each of the attitudes in this series and … Continue reading Attitudes that will change your life: Choose joy
It was August 2016. I was eating with a few fellow staffers from my church at a Mexican restaurant in Blacksburg. We usually laugh constantly together at inane and even insane comments. This particular lunch made me realize that I should take notes of comments made for blog purposes. They will either produce a chuckle, … Continue reading Lunch convo: Biking to work and quicksand
The first attitude I covered was Assume the Best. In this entry, I'll cover what I think is a posture of the heart that smooths relational angst and radically increases your likelihood of cultivating respect. One caveat. As a follower of Jesus and a preacher, I could supply biblical foundations for each of the attitudes in this series and explain how … Continue reading Three attitudes that will change your life: Be gracious
I know. With a title like that, I'm delving into overpromising and under-delivering. After you read this series of three entries, you can be the judge of how helpful they've been. Each of these attitudes have been tried and tested in my own life this past year, and - every. single. time. - they've proven … Continue reading Three attitudes that will change your life