Category: Leadership

I’m starting a company called Red Buffalo. If you’re wondering where the name came from, here’s the story.

I wrote a book in 2015 called Live Smart. In that book, I challenged readers to take risks and do hard things for the gospel, among other things. This month I’m following my own advice and jumping off the cliff into a new adventure.

It’s the time of year to spend time with your family, vacation, and spend a little extra time reading. Here are my recommended readings for Summer 2017.                      

Jesus spoke about love a lot during his earthly ministry. But did you know that he talked about it after his ascension? The beginning of Revelation records Jesus’ own words to different churches. The first one, the church in Ephesus, has a solid record. Jesus takes note of: -their toil and patient endurance -their intolerance…

Love is daunting. It’s hard to know what the way of love always is, but we know that the call to love is the call to Christlikeness.

For most people, there’s no question that saying “I love you” is a description of a feeling. It says, “I feel loving toward you right now.” The Bible talks about love quite differently.

In 1 Corinthians 13 Paul uses beautiful prose to poke us in the eye and get us to see the superiority of love. Without biblical love, all else we do is pointless, likes nice tires with no truck.

Some things become cliché because they’re the right thing to do. If someone asks you, “what does the Bible say about love?”, what’s the first passage that comes to your mind? The cliché answer would be 1 Corinthians 13. But is there a better place to start? I think not.

Love is a big deal to God. It originated in him. The Father modeled it supremely by offering his own Son for us, and he calls us to imitate him.

“Know well the condition of your flocks, and give attention to your herds, for riches do not last forever.” – Proverbs 27:23-24 It’s a new year, which gives a natural opportunity to review important things, like finances. There’s no better way to get a handle on your finances than our fifth financial discipline: making a…