How to Breakthrough

In her book Start Small, author Karen Dilbeck points out that every organization or family has its own culture. “Each of us functions in many kingdoms (cultures and sub-cultures) and move freely between them every single day.”  What a great insight. My child’s classroom has its own culture, and your workplace has another. Everywhere has a particular way of doing things; …

Thoughts on Liquor (“see beer”) and Other Unsolicited Advice

I loved this recent post by Karen Dilbeck and just had to share it. I think that you will love it, too! ———————— “As we dumped each of our three boys at their respective colleges, I slipped an envelope onto their pillows.   That envelope contained two decades of brilliant advice on many of the intricacies of life from road trips and …

Suffering? No, Thank You.

Haven’t you enjoyed Karen’s posts? She returns with us again today with her frank discussion on something we all dread – suffering. Thanks, Karen. Missed either of Karen’s first two posts?  For His Glory Laying Down My Life, Uh…Afternoon —————————— The things we say, the things we sing,  the things we shout, but do we mean?   ENTER THE WORSHIP …

For His Glory

I’m going to be taking a little break, so I have asked a dear friend from yesteryear to guest post for me during this time. Karen Dilbeck and I have known one another since grad school days, when we attended the same congregation together. And believe it or not, we were able to keep up with one another without the internet …